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The current dominance of digital spectacle online is reminiscent of the self’s narcissistic dissolution in the kinetic stimulation of efflorescent baroque representation. Like its precursor, the digital baroque holds out a promise of delight amid endlessly proliferating decorative form. But that promise carries an ethical danger: baroque effloresce...
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This Paper seeks to examine the theoretical underpinnings of The Patents Act, 1970 (Patents Act), as constructed by the Supreme Court of India (Supreme Court) in the last 71 years. An analysis of decisions of the Supreme Court reveals that: (i) in none of the cases, validity of The Patents Act was challenged; (ii) unlike the decisions on copyright...
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Energy Contracts being long term contracts require that any change in law or circumstances of the host state shall not affect the commercial deal or status quo between the contracting parties. When a foreign legal entity enters into a contract with a state-owned entity, it invests substantial amount of money and resources. The state may unilaterall...
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The rights of every Indonesian citizens are protected by the 1945 Constitution. Does the reality matches with the normative regulations? Does democratization improves the protection of human rights especially in term of the religious freedom? We find that there is a discrepancy between the ideal written constitution and the reality. In this followi...
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The advisor-advisee relationship is a critical part of traditional and online doctoral education. This paper describes two types of justice—distributive and procedural—and their importance to the advisor-advisee relationship. Distributive justice refers to the fairness of the outcomes that result from interacting with one's advisor while procedural...

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... A sequel to the First Paper 'Theoretical Underpinnings of Patent Law: Decisions of the Supreme Court of India' was published in JIPR. 5 This is the third paper on the same theme but with a new character 'Prince of Trademark'. ...
... Deliberation is the core issue of the fourth principle of Pancasila's implementation, which reflects the core of democracy values in Indonesia. Consensus principles are in accordance with fundamental values of Indonesia expressed in the principles for establishing the state called Pancasila (Mutaqin, 2017). Nonetheless, the consultative assembly to reach consensus has to be led by a wise and just person for his presence is compulsory for preventing conflicts emerging from consensus achieved earlier in the assembly. ...
... Thus, we used two cultural perspectives in framing the study. First, we looked at the culture of mentoring, and how the mentoring process in doctoral work becomes an integrated relationship between the mentor and the student protégé (Burner, 2014;Crawford, Randolph, & Yob, 2014;Damgaci & Aydin, 2014;deJanasz & Godshalk, 2013;Eller, Lev & Feurer, 2014;Trinkner, 2014). By integrated, we mean that the relationship only exists as part of the student's work to earn a doctoral degree, and therefore represents a unique culture within which students and professors interact (Andrews, 2017). ...