References and Further Reading 1. Introduction Hobbes is the founding father of modern political philosophy.
Member of a planet's or star system's local military spacecraft force.
Star Sailor Member of the federal spacecraft navy. Freefaller Soldier in the zero-gravity branch of the federal armed forces. Ranger Soldier in the standard ground branch of the federal armed forces. Spacetrooper Soldier in the assault force branch of the federal armed forces. Scout Member of the exploration branch of the federal armed forces.
The best guess I have at how it is pronounced is "Ess pa tee yea". Rick Robinson really likes Mr. Tyge Sjostrand Frederik Vezina disagrees about the pronunciation. While the suggested "Ess pa tee yea" isn't especially unlikely, the French would be much closer to "Ess pa cee yay", as the t in the French "spatial" is pronounced like an s or a soft c.
The English adaptation would almost certainly end in "yea", because that's what usually happens to French words, but the c sound would likely remain, IMO. A contraction of "ground-pounder", as opposed to sailor.
Term coined by British Navy, popularized by J. Michael Strazynski in an episode of Babylon 5.
SPACY And in the anime Macrossthe Japanese writers noted that the military on the ground is called the "Army" and the military on the ocean is called the "Navy", so logically the military in space would be called the "Spacy" alternatively it could be a contraction of "Space Navy".
Since the release of Macross, the term has been used in other works: Alas, "Spacy" is a little too similar to "Spacey", which in the slang of the United States means "vague and dreamy, as if under the influence of drugs".
The other ships of the line were too distant, traveling on vectors too unlike his own, for their scout boats to come anywhere close. This article was written in and is admittedly a little dated. But most of it is still true. One of these is new technology that will create new problems of defense and military operations.
Space industrialization will produce new and less expensive space transportation systems. Space industrialization will produce radically new materials that will have military implications in terms of increased strength, decreased weight, and various other physical properties.
Space industrialization will also produce very large energy collectors and transmission devices in space.
The second area of concern involves the fact that the Third Industrial Revolution will create property of value in space—communications satellites, information-handling satellites, crewed space laboratories, crewed and uncrewed space factories, solar power satellites, lunar mining stations and outposts, lunar and orbital catapults or "mass drivers," and other facilities.
There will be human activity in space connected with each of these. These facilities will also have commercial value, property value, and even military threat value.
There are the rules, codes, regulations, laws, and treaties that we have individually and collectively agreed to observe. But they are effective only when the majority of people involved agree to abide by them, and when means exist to enforce compliance with them.
These means of enforcement include the military police organizations. In some cultures and nations, the distinction cannot be drawn at all. In our Anglo-American culture, the police handle the affairs of internal compliance while the military organization handles the enforcement of trans—national agreements including protection of property from seizure or destruction by other nations.
Both of these involve new military doctrines for use in earth-luna space … or cis-lunar space, that being the portion of space that exists between the Planet Earth and the orbit of its satellite, the Moon. Protection of space property is very dependent upon the basic military rationales, doctrines, and operational realities of cis-lunar celestial mechanics.
Celestial mechanics becomes the cornerstone of space strategic and tactical doctrines.
There will be military operations in space above and beyond those necessary for protection of space properties.In A Few Good Men, two Marines are put on trial for a murder that resulted from orders given by their officers. The movie brings to light the issues of obedience, authority, responsibility, and morals.
congregation for institutes of consecrated life and societies of apostolic life. the service of authority and obedience.
faciem tuam, domine, requiram. Obedience, in human behavior, is a form of "social influence in which a person yields to explicit instructions or orders from an authority figure". Obedience is generally distinguished from compliance, which is behavior influenced by peers, and from conformity, which is behavior intended to match that of the majority.
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Stanley Milgram's experiments on obedience to authority are among the most important psychological studies of this century.
Perhaps because of the enduring significance of the findings--the surprising ease with which ordinary persons can be . Blind Authority Fallacy (also known as: blind obedience, the "team player" appeal, Nuremberg defense, divine authority [form of], appeal to/argument from blind authority) Description: Asserting that a proposition is true solely on the authority making the claim while extreme cases also ignore any counter evidence no matter how strong.
1-introduction 2-a society and world in rebellion against authority 3-these speak evil of things they do not understand 4-god’s kingdom operates under authority: there is an established order of.