Nov 102011
 

Impact of genetic modification on country image of imported food products in European markets: Perceptions of channel members [An article from: Food Policy]

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Risk to the image of food exporting countries in foreign markets for food products has been advanced as a reason for them to ban commercial release of genetically modified (GM) crops. The aim of this paper is to explore the reality

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Nov 062011
 

The Romantic Poetess: European Culture, Politics, and Gender, 1820-1840 (Becoming Modern: New Nineteenth-Century Studies)

An elegant and provocative study of the literary and political effects of the work of romantic poetesses in England, France, and Russia.

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Nov 032011
 

Question by Rosetta Stoned: Sovereignity of member states of the European Union is an illusion?
Would you call the member states of the European Union sovereign? Since the legislation of the European Communities has priority over national laws, and the economic freedom of the member states is nearly non-existent. And the powers conferred on the European Communities (and the European Union) are not restricted to the economy only; the European Union ”controls” many facets of the European societies.

So, isn’t it an illusion that European countries (the member states, that is) are still sovereign?

And if they haven’t lost their sovereignity now, aren’t they bound to lose it eventually when the European Union is developing so fast?
Wow, and you didn’t answer my question at all.

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Answer by Thriceϟϟ
Over time they shall lose what little independence they have left from the EU.

Ever hear of the soviet union?

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Jul 032011
 

The Enlightenment, Second Edition (Studies in European History)

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Jun 222011
 

OANDA opens European headquarters in London
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Mar 082011
 

Question by Susie K: How did the enlightened despots differ from their predecessors and change European Monarchies?
and were they truly enlightened despots?
this was during the french revolution in europe :]

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Enlightened Despots were usually Absolute Monarchs though they allowed their peoples some rights like freedom of the press and freedom of religion. Good examples are Bourbon restoration poster child Louis XVIII and Catherine the Great. Enlightened Despotism was a reaction to the Enlightenment and the influence of the revolutions of the 18th and 19th centuries – even Absolutist regimes had to give more freedom to their peoples if they hoped to stave off revolution.

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Jan 312011
 

A Wicked Company: The Forgotten Radicalism of the European Enlightenment

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The flourishing of radical philosophy in Baron Thierry Holbach’s Paris salon from the 1750s to the 1770s stands as a seminal event in Western history. Holbach’s house was an international epicenter of revolutionary ideas and intellectual daring, bringing together such original minds as Denis Diderot, Laurence Sterne, David Hume, Adam Smith, Ferdinando Galiani, Horace Walpole, Benjamin Franklin, Guillaume Raynal, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau.In A Wicked Company, acclaimed historian Philipp Blom

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Oct 312010
 

Question by La Pulga – In NEW YORK <3: What are some good European universities to study Neuroscience?
I’m really leaning towards going abroad to study Neuroscience to become a Neurologist.

I’d prefer a University in Spain. I was thinking about the Suffolk campus they have in Madrid.

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Answer by gemineye
the UK has a great selection. You should google “top UK universities” and there’s a website that offers it by category.

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Oct 082010
 

Question by emilajza: Which European universities are reputed as the best ones in neuroscience field?
I am looking for the best universities in teaching and research-related work. Particularly I am interested in medical and cognitive neuroscience.

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Well, after searching on Google this is what I have:

University College London, England
University of Heidelburg in Germany

http://www.nature.com/news/2008/080819/full/454922b.html

http://www.webometrics.info/top500_europe.asp

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