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He takes the astrological signs as dramatis personae, constructing a range of personhoods beginning in Aries and ending in Pisces.
In addition to the fact that personhood amendments are the prolife movement's second strategy after TRAP laws, Professor Mary Ziegler identified two reasons to believe that the movement will increasingly push these amendments.
Thus, Garrett Epps tells us not to "blame" corporate personhood for the outcome in Citizens United (41) and Kent Greenfield, a participant in this symposium, argues that corporate personhood is a "red herring" which obscures more important issues.
Jolly 1992; LiPuma 1998, 2001), while acknowledging these reservations, have continued to hold these concepts as central in explorations of the always shifting and emergent dynamics of personhood. As Holly Wardlow (2006) approaches her study of women of the Huli, there is no singular Huli culture (much less a singular 'Melanesia') onto which relational/individual personhood or gift/commodity exchange can be mapped.
(1.) According to NARAL, while "details vary, 'personhood' measures typically change a state's definition of the word 'Person' to include a fertilized egg, embryo, or fetus, with the intent of outlawing abortion." Natalie's placard also includes a brief description of the Oklahoma Personhood bill and how it would impact women.
It was the first time in the nation that fetal personhood would appear as a state constitutional amendment on a ballot initiative.
Alexander Wendt identifies Arnold Wolfer's essay "The Actors of International Politics," written in 1959, as the only other major work sustaining debate on state personhood. According to Wendt, Wolfer is the "originator" of this debate, insisting that "if state behavior is to be intelligible and to any degree predictable, states must be assumed to possess psychological traits of the kind known to the observer through introspection and through acquaintance with other human beings" (Wolfer, 1962, p.
With chapters centered on the defiant gallows confession of Abraham Johnstone, a free black man hanged in 1797; Thomas Grey's separation of criminal intent from criminal act in the 1831 Confessions of Nat Turner; William Seward's insanity defense in the murder trial of William Freeman in 1846; and the legal and fictional accounts of white slave traders in the 1840s and 1850s, DeLombard identifies the ways in which a movement away from criminal responsibility gradually eroded the legal personhood that culpability activated.
Communal personhood is therefore the idea that the human person has a natural sociality that defines his being.
And next, it argues that Communitarian personhood from an African standpoint provides the virtues of cooperative togetherness, liberty, solidarity, respect etc.