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The Cambridge Handbook of Deliberative Constitutionalism (Hardcover): Ron Levy, Hoi L. Kong, Graeme Orr, Jeff King The Cambridge Handbook of Deliberative Constitutionalism (Hardcover)
Ron Levy, Hoi L. Kong, Graeme Orr, Jeff King
R3,238 Discovery Miles 32 380 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Deliberative democratic theory emphasises the importance of informed and reflective discussion and persuasion in political decision-making. The theory has important implications for constitutionalism - and vice versa - as constitutional laws increasingly shape and constrain political decisions. The full range of these implications has not been explored in the political and constitutional literatures to date. This unique Handbook establishes the parameters of the field of deliberative constitutionalism, which bridges deliberative democracy with constitutional theory and practice. Drawing on contributions from world-leading authors, this volume will serve as the international reference point on deliberation as a foundational value in constitutional law, and will be an indispensable resource for scholars, students and practitioners interested in the vital and complex links between democratic deliberation and constitutionalism.

The Home Distiller's Workbook - Your guide to making Moonshine, Whisky, Vodka, R (Paperback): Jeff King The Home Distiller's Workbook - Your guide to making Moonshine, Whisky, Vodka, R (Paperback)
Jeff King
R216 Discovery Miles 2 160 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Welcome to The Home Distiller Here you will find more then just a book. You will find a community of like minded people who are trying to not only keep alive our traditions but also find new and exciting ways to express themselves though distilling. You will get access to tools that no other book can bring you. Join us on our Facebook forum where you can find pictures of Reader's Rigs, see what other shiner's are brewing up, follow the QotD (Question of the Day) and get detailed plans and parts guides for our latest builds. Did I also mention free online support? ...

The Home Distiller's Workbook Vol II - How to Brew Beer, a beginners guide to home brewing (Paperback): Max Johnson The Home Distiller's Workbook Vol II - How to Brew Beer, a beginners guide to home brewing (Paperback)
Max Johnson; Jeff King
R211 Discovery Miles 2 110 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

How to Make Beer is the first companion book to the best selling Home Distiller's Workbook. Many people are looking to learn the lost art of Moonshining and try to jump right into distilling but quickly learn that running a still is only half of the equation. While certainly important, distillation does not make alcohol, it only concentrates it. The real magic of alcohol is in brewing. A little known secret is that brewing a good beer is the first real step to making a great whiskey. As such I wrote this book to teach people the basics of brewing. We will cover the topic of Extract Brewing, as opposed to the more complicated All Grain Brewing which will be covered in the next book in the series. You will learn all the concepts and skills needed to not only make a good larger or ale but also what sets it apart from a distiller's beer/mash. We will discuss malts, yeasts, and different brewing techniques. Whether you want to just learn how to make your own beer or you are looking to round out your moonshine making skills, How to Make Beer will give you the essential skills you need.

Islam Uncensored - 14 Leaders: Liberals, Conservatives, Muslims, Jews, Atheists, Christians, & A Former CIA Director Reveal:... Islam Uncensored - 14 Leaders: Liberals, Conservatives, Muslims, Jews, Atheists, Christians, & A Former CIA Director Reveal: What The Government & Media Won't Tell You About Islam (Paperback)
Jeff King
R336 Discovery Miles 3 360 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Forget everything you've heard about Islam. . .this is Islam Uncensored.

Tired of the simplistic cultural conversation about the nature of Islam, the author set out to write a book about Islam that was unlike any other.

He interviewed fourteen leaders and experts on Islam that span the ideological spectrum within religion, politics, and worldview to get to the bottom of one of today's most controversial and timely subjects. . .what is the nature of Islam.

The leaders interviewed are liberals and conservatives and represent every corner of the religious landscape including a radical Islamist, two Muslim reformers, Jews, Christians, and Atheists.

Other interviewees include a feminist, the son of one of the founders of Hamas, and even an ex CIA Director.

The author gets out of the way and lets the reader hear from these riveting personalities directly.

A great part of the appeal of this book is that the leaders and experts you are introduced to are not in agreement as to the nature of Islam-to the point that if they were put in a room and asked to define Islam, war might break out.

Yet, what these leaders who represent completely different religious and political orientations say in common about Islam is simply extraordinary and will quite likely shake your worldview.

This book is absolute must reading for anybody who wants to understand Islam beyond the usual simplistic messages you are fed about Islam from the media, government, and culture ("Islam is evil" and "Islam is a religion of peace").

The Doctrine of Odious Debt in International Law - A Restatement (Paperback): Jeff King The Doctrine of Odious Debt in International Law - A Restatement (Paperback)
Jeff King
R737 Discovery Miles 7 370 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

According to the doctrine of odious debt, loans which are knowingly provided to subjugate or defraud the population of a debtor state are not legally binding against that state under international law. Breaking with widespread scepticism, this groundbreaking book reaffirms the original doctrine through a meticulous and definitive examination of state practice and legal history. It restates the doctrine by introducing a new classification of odious debts and defines 'odiousness' by reference to the current, much more determinate and litigated framework of existing public international law. Acknowledging that much of sovereign debt is now governed by the private law of New York and England, Jeff King explores how 'odious debts' in international law should also be regarded as contrary to public policy in private law. This book is essential reading for practising lawyers, scholars, and development and human rights workers.

Wow Your Guests! Have an Elite-Looking Home with an Average-Family's Budget (Paperback): Jeff King Wow Your Guests! Have an Elite-Looking Home with an Average-Family's Budget (Paperback)
Jeff King
R186 Discovery Miles 1 860 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Iditarod (Hardcover): Tricia Brown Iditarod (Hardcover)
Tricia Brown; Foreword by Foreword Jeff King
R678 R543 Discovery Miles 5 430 Save R135 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Think More Swing Less (Paperback): Jeff King Think More Swing Less (Paperback)
Jeff King
R372 Discovery Miles 3 720 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

They have swing gurus and mental coaches. Where is the Course Management Support? You've learned how to swing the club. Now it's time to learn how to play the game. Think More Swing Less is a lesson in course management for the average golfer. It is a simple approach using your favorite clubs to build a game plan for your next round of golf. Learn how to practice on the driving range, establish your pre-round preparation, and manage your game plan and attitude on the course.

The Doctrine of Odious Debt in International Law - A Restatement (Hardcover): Jeff King The Doctrine of Odious Debt in International Law - A Restatement (Hardcover)
Jeff King
R2,017 Discovery Miles 20 170 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

According to the doctrine of odious debt, loans which are knowingly provided to subjugate or defraud the population of a debtor state are not legally binding against that state under international law. Breaking with widespread scepticism, this groundbreaking book reaffirms the original doctrine through a meticulous and definitive examination of state practice and legal history. It restates the doctrine by introducing a new classification of odious debts and defines 'odiousness' by reference to the current, much more determinate and litigated framework of existing public international law. Acknowledging that much of sovereign debt is now governed by the private law of New York and England, Jeff King explores how 'odious debts' in international law should also be regarded as contrary to public policy in private law. This book is essential reading for practising lawyers, scholars, and development and human rights workers.

Judging Social Rights (Paperback, New): Jeff King Judging Social Rights (Paperback, New)
Jeff King
R1,107 Discovery Miles 11 070 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Countries that now contemplate constitutional reform often grapple with the question of whether to constitutionalise social rights. This book presents an argument for why, under the right conditions, doing so can be a good way to advance social justice. In making such a case, the author considers the nature of the social minimum, the role of courts among other institutions, the empirical record of judicial impact, and the role of constitutional text. He argues, however, that when enforcing such rights, judges ought to adopt a theory of judicial restraint structured around four principles: democratic legitimacy, polycentricity, expertise and flexibility. These four principles, when taken collectively, commend an incrementalist approach to adjudication. The book combines theoretical, doctrinal, empirical and comparative analysis, and is written to be accessible to lawyers, social scientists, political theorists and human rights advocates.

Judging Social Rights (Hardcover, New): Jeff King Judging Social Rights (Hardcover, New)
Jeff King
R2,129 Discovery Miles 21 290 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Countries that now contemplate constitutional reform often grapple with the question of whether to constitutionalise social rights. This book presents an argument for why, under the right conditions, doing so can be a good way to advance social justice. In making such a case, the author considers the nature of the social minimum, the role of courts among other institutions, the empirical record of judicial impact, and the role of constitutional text. He argues, however, that when enforcing such rights, judges ought to adopt a theory of judicial restraint structured around four principles: democratic legitimacy, polycentricity, expertise and flexibility. These four principles, when taken collectively, commend an incrementalist approach to adjudication. The book combines theoretical, doctrinal, empirical and comparative analysis, and is written to be accessible to lawyers, social scientists, political theorists and human rights advocates.

Telos (Paperback): Jeff King Telos (Paperback)
Jeff King
R330 R313 Discovery Miles 3 130 Save R17 (5%) Out of stock

The villain of the world-shattering CONVERGENCE event stars in his own new series! Set loose from his planetary tether at the end of the best-selling CONVERGENCE, Telos finds himself free and able to traverse space and time via a sliver of Brainiac's powers. As this epic begins, he embarks on an odyssey, journeying across time and space in search of his past. Written by executive producer of the hit TV series White Collar, Jeff King, TELOS VOL. 1 is the next great DC Comics multiversal epic. Collects issues #1-6.

Iditarod (Paperback): Tricia Brown Iditarod (Paperback)
Tricia Brown; Foreword by Foreword By Jeff King
R472 R390 Discovery Miles 3 900 Save R82 (17%) Out of stock

For sled dog-racing fans worldwide, the most important calendar day is the first Saturday in March, when teams convene for the start of mushing's Superbowl--the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race(r). Every year, as it has since 1973, this ultimate challenge begins in the state's most populated city, Anchorage, and then dives into the Alaska Bush on a historic trail that wends over mountain ranges, along frozen rivers, and onto the Bering Sea ice. The finish line lies 1,000-plus miles away in Nome, beneath a giant, burled archway. There, dogs and their drivers are greeted by masses of locals, vacationing fans, officials, media, and other mushers who intimately know what that team has just endured. To simply finish is the goal for entrants; to win is the accomplishment of a rare few. Indeed, more people have climbed Mount Everest than have finished the Iditarod

The Foundations and Future of Public Law - Essays in Honour of Paul Craig (Hardcover): Elizabeth Fisher, Jeff King, Alison Young The Foundations and Future of Public Law - Essays in Honour of Paul Craig (Hardcover)
Elizabeth Fisher, Jeff King, Alison Young
R2,326 Discovery Miles 23 260 Out of stock

Public law in the UK and EU has undergone seismic changes over the last forty years: development and membership of the EU, the Human Rights Act, devolution, the fostering of public law expertise within the judiciary, the globalization of public law, and the increased interaction between the academy, judiciary, barristers, public interest groups, and legislatures have transformed the public law landscape. Commentators spend much time at the frontiers of the subject, responding rapidly to new developments and providing guidance to scholars, legislators, and judges for future directions. In these circumstances, there is rarely a chance to reflect upon the implications of these changes for the fundamentals of public law and how those fundamentals relate to one another. In this collection, leading figures in UK and EU public law address this lacuna. Inspired by the depth, scope, and ambition of the work of Paul Craig, Professor of English Law at Oxford University, the focus of this collection is upon exploring and reflecting upon six fundamentals of public law and the interrelationship between them: legislation, case law, theory, institutions, process, and constitutions.

Rebound - Regain Strength, Move Effortlessly, Live without Limits-At Any Age (Paperback): Peter Park, Jesse Lopez Low, Jussi... Rebound - Regain Strength, Move Effortlessly, Live without Limits-At Any Age (Paperback)
Peter Park, Jesse Lopez Low, Jussi Lomakka, Jeff King
R435 R348 Discovery Miles 3 480 Save R87 (20%) Out of stock

Peter Park is a go-to trainer who has worked with pro athletes (Justin Verlander, Giancarlo Stanton) and celebrities (Matthew McConaughey, Maria Shriver, Rob Lowe). Park himself is a three-time World's Toughest Triathlon Winner. As one of his clients says,"Having Peter as your trainer is kind of like having Bill Gates as your computer science teacher." Now Park and his team bring their expertise to anyone who spends long hours at work, has lost strength,mobility, and freedom of movement, and who wants to get it all back. Park's proven program will help readers reclaim fitness by learning functional movements designed to retrain poor patterns. With a series of eight-week programs,readers will learn to get the whole body working together, restoring the core and regaining pain-free movement to truly live a life without limits.

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