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A Coloring Book of Ancient China by Bellerophon Books

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An day trip into the thrill of chinese language artwork, from the earliest portray and historical bronze animals to the recognized painters of beneficial scrolls. incorporated are line drawings of recognized emperors and empresses.

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8. “There is no difference as far as the space is concerned between focusing on functionings or on capabilities. A functioning combination is a point in such a space, whereas capability is a set of such points” (Sen, 1992: 50). 9. “In this perspective, people are viewed to be active, creative, and able to act on behalf of their aspirations. Agency is related to other approaches that stress self-determination, authentic self-direction, autonomy and so on. The concern Flavio Comim et al. 10. 11. 12.

In the third section, we recognize children as actors and we draw lessons for the CA. 1 Capability Approach framework and evolving capabilities Source: Our elaborations on Biggeri et al. 2009 and Trani et al. (chapter 11) Jérôme Ballet et al. 25 for addressing issues that are specific to children. e. autonomy, agency and empowerment in a dynamic context. In the sixth section, we focus mainly on policy implications and how the CA can complement the human rights approach. The final section summarizes and concludes.

As a matter of fact, the exclusion of children from the principle of self-determination is fundamentally based on a view of individuals as having the moral capacity to determine their conception of good. Rawls (1980) expresses this point of view when he asserts that as free individuals, the citizens mutually recognise each other as being endowed with the moral capacity to have a conception of good. This means that they do not perceive themselves as being inevitably linked to the specific conception of good and its objectives which they espouse at some or other moment of their life.

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