Richard of Saint-Victor’s On The Trinity from the 12th century is a main source for our understan ... Læs mere
Richard of Saint-Victor’s On The Trinity from the 12th century is a main source for our understanding of a leading intellectual tradition of the Western world in which love was regarded the highest and the best in the human world and therefore also was the reality in which the highest and the best, God, was to be seen. Richard understands human love as interpersonal so that love must be realized between two persons, but for being the highest love that excludes any private and selfish love, both loving persons must share their love with a third person.
En systematisk opbygget beskrivelse af det officielle sprog i Grønland med oplysning om de vigtig ... Læs mere
En systematisk opbygget beskrivelse af det officielle sprog i Grønland med oplysning om de vigtigste grammatiske fænomener i nutidigt grønlandsk og en tilhængsliste, der er væsentligt mere omfattende end andre trykte lister. Desuden er der fyldige beskrivelser af historiske skrivemåder og bøjningsformer. Bogen supplerer eksisterende sprogbeskrivelser med nyt stof og henvender sig til dansktalende som efterspørger en udførlig oversigt over hovedproblemerne i grønlandsk grammatik.
This report details the findings of the EQUIL project: Equality in Isolated Areas. The project fo ... Læs mere
This report details the findings of the EQUIL project: Equality in Isolated Areas. The project focuses on people living and working in geographically relatively isolated areas of the Nordic region, and asks how they are able to make a living and maintain ties to locality, and how questions of gender equality impact on work and family life decisions. The report addresses the questions: How is gender equality and equal participation in paid work and care for the family negotiated in communities characterised by relative geographic isolation? How do people develop working life strategies in such places? What is the basis for future work life and family life in the selected places?
This comprehensive text explains the relationship between the Arctic and the wider world through ... Læs mere
This comprehensive text explains the relationship between the Arctic and the wider world through the lenses of international relations, international law, and political economy. It is an essential resource for any student or scholar seeking a clear and succinct account of a region of ever-growing importance to the international community. Highlights include:
Broad coverage of national and human security, Arctic economies, international political economy, human rights, the rights of indigenous people, the law of the sea, navigation, and environmental governance.
A clear review of current climate-related change.
Emphasis on the sources of cooperation in the Arctic through international relations theory and law.
Examination of the Arctic in the broader global context, illustrating its inextricable links to global processes.