love, liking or any other emotional attitude; the degree of liking. The basic definition of affinity is the consideration of distance, whether good or bad.
the capital of Babylonia, an ancient empire of southwest Asia (located in the area now called Iraq) which flourished ca. 2100–689
extensive areas of heavily eroded, uncultivatable land with little vegetation.
the ancient name given to the lands at the head of the Persian Gulf, south of Babylon. The Chaldeans conquered Babylon in the 600s
to begin to fight, especially to engage in physical combat.
an interchange of ideas across space between two individuals.
to face and experience those things that are.
argued against; disputed; attempted to disprove.
a single piece of information, as a fact.
power of choice; power of decision; ability to decide or determine the course of one’s actions.
draw out, cause or produce something as a reaction or response.
the actions an individual takes on himself to correct some conduct or situation in which he is involved which is contrary to the ideals and best interests of his group. It is a personal thing. When one is ethical or “has his ethics in,” it is by his own determinism and is done by himself.
great confusion, disorder or chaos; destruction.
a very large number; a great quantity.
the action taken on an individual by the group when he fails to take appropriate ethics actions himself.
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1870–1924), Russian leader of the communist revolution of 1917 who, through force and terror, then became dictator of the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, a former group of Russian controlled states) from 1917 to 1924.
throw or propel (a weapon) in a high curve.
things that appear or are perceived or observed; individual facts, occurrences or changes as perceived by any of the senses or by the mind: applied chiefly to a fact or occurrence, the cause or explanation of which is under observation or being scientifically described.
accusations made against someone who has brought previous accusations.
demonstrated or verified by proof or evidence.
one who by false reports creates trouble between two people, a person and a group, or a group and another group.
a law which states that a third party must be present and unknown in every quarrel for a conflict to exist.
brings about (harm); causes, inflicts.