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Kathēkon (Greek: καθῆκον) (plural: kathēkonta Greek: καθήκοντα) is a Greek concept, forged by the founder of Stoicism, Zeno of Citium. It may be translated as “appropriate behaviour”, “befitting actions,” or “convenient action for nature”,[1] or also “proper function.”[2] Kathekon has been translated in Latin by Cicero as officium, and by Seneca as convenentia.[3] Kathēkonta are contrasted, in Stoic moral, with katorthōma (κατόρθωμα; plural: katorthōmata), roughly “perfect action.” According to Stoic philosophy, man (and all living beings) must act in accordance with Nature, which is the primary sense of kathēkon.

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1 Kathēkonta and katorthōmata
2 Indifferent things
3 Intentionality and perfection
4 References
5 Bibliography

Kathēkonta and katorthōmata[edit]
According to Stoic philosophy, each being, whether animate or inanimate (plant, animal or human being), carries on fitting actions corresponding to its own nature. They distinguished between “kathēkonta” and “katorthōmata,” a perfect action derived from the “orthos logos” (reason) (also “teleion kathēkon”: a perfect, achieved kathēkon[4]). They said that the wise man necessarily carried out katorthōmata, that is, virtuous kathēkon, and that what distinguished both was not the nature of the act, but the way it was done. Thus, in exceptional circumstances, a wise man (which state of being, in Stoic philosophy, is nearly impossible to achieve) could carry out a katorthōma which, according to ordinary standards, would be deemed monstruous (for example, having sexual intercourse with one’s daughter, if the destiny of humanity is at stake, or mutilating oneself[5]).
Stoic morality is complex, and has various hierarchical levels. On the first, lay-man level, one must carry out the action corresponding to his own nature. But, according to the Stoic strict moral ideas, the acts of laymen are always insane (ἁμαρτήματα hamartēmata [1] “mistakes,” or peccata), while the acts of the rare wise-man are always katorthōmata, perfect actions. The wise man acts in view of the good, while the ordinary being (layman, animal or plant) acts only in view of its survival. However, both act according to their own nature.
Indifferent things[edit]
Stoic philosophers distinguished another, intermediary level between kathēkonta and katorthōmata: mesa kathēkonta, or indifferent actions (which are neither appropriate, nor good). A list of kathēkonta would incl
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Tons of Fun

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Tons of Fun may refer to:

Ton of Fun, a silent film comedy team
“Tons of Fun” (Pee-wee’s Playhouse), an episode of Pee-wee’s Playhouse

See also[edit]

Two Tons O’ Fun, an alternate name for the pop act The Weather Girls

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Ford E. Stinson

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Ford Edwards Stinson, Sr.

Louisiana State Representative for Bossier Parish (later District 9)

In office
1940–1944

Preceded by
G. E. Beckom

Succeeded by
Jimmy Boyd

In office
1948–1972

Preceded by
Jimmy Boyd

Succeeded by
Jesse C. Deen

Personal details

Born

(1914-08-24)August 24, 1914
Benton, Bossier Parish
Louisiana, USA

Died
September 22, 1989(1989-09-22) (aged 75)

Political party
Democratic

Spouse(s)
Edna Earle Richardson Stinson

Children

Mary Carol Stinson ___
Ford E. Stinson, Jr.

Residence
Benton, Louisiana

Alma mater

Benton High School
Louisiana State University Law Center

Occupation
Attorney

Religion
United Methodist Church

Ford Edwards Stinson, Sr. (August 24, 1914 – September 22, 1989),[1] was a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives from 1940–1944 and again from 1952-1972. In his last legislative term from 1968–1972, he served in a two-member district covering Bossier Parish with fellow Democrat Walter O. Bigby. Prior to 1968, he had been the only Bossier Parish representative in the Louisiana House. Stinson, a native and resident of the parish seat of Benton, did not run again in 1972 and was succeeded by fellow Benton Democrat Jesse C. Deen.[2]

Contents

1 Background
2 Political career
3 Personal life
4 References

Background[edit]
Stinson was the great-grandson of Major R. E. Wyche, the first Democratic sheriff of Bossier Parish who served during Reconstruction. His maternal grandfather and namesake, J. Ford Edwards, was also a Bossier Parish sheriff for four terms. His father, Robert T. Stinson, was president and cashier of the Bank of Benton and the Bossier Parish treasurer until his death of a lightning strike at the age of thirty-two. His mother married H. L. McKnight after the death of Robert Stinson.[3]
After his graduation from Benton High School, Stinson obtained his degree from the Louisiana State University Law Center in Baton Rouge. Stinson served on the Benton Town Council from 1936 to 1934. While a state representative in his first term, he served in World War II. He was active in the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Community Chest, and the United Methodist Church.[3]
Political career[edit]
Stinson first served in the House during the administration of Governor Sam Houston Jones. He left the legislature in 1944 while overseas, and fellow Democrat Jimmy Boyd of Bossier City succeeded him in the position for eight years. Boyd won his secon
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Quishuar District

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This article is about the district in the Huancavelica Region, Peru. For other uses, see Kiswar (disambiguation).

Quishuar
Kiswar

District

Country
 Peru

Region
Huancavelica

Province
Tayacaja

Founded
March 6, 1957

Capital
Quishuar

Government

 • Mayor
José Rodolfo Acevedo Segura

Area

 • Total
31.54 km2 (12.18 sq mi)

Elevation
3,130 m (10,270 ft)

Population (2005 census)

 • Total
1,023

 • Density
32/km2 (84/sq mi)

Time zone
PET (UTC-5)

UBIGEO
090713

Quishuar District is one of sixteen districts of the province Tayacaja in Peru.[1]
Its Quechua name kiswar is the name of the tree Buddleja incana.
Ethnic groups[edit]
The people in the district are mainly indigenous citizens of Quechua descent. Quechua is the language which the majority of the population (87.40%) learnt to speak in childhood, 12.60% of the residents started speaking using the Spanish language (2007 Peru Census).[2]
References[edit]

^ (Spanish) Instituto Nacional de Estadística e Informática. Banco de Información Distrital Archived April 23, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.. Retrieved April 11, 2008.
^ inei.gob.pe Archived January 27, 2013, at the Wayback Machine. INEI, Peru, Censos Nacionales 2007, Frequencias: Preguntas de Población: Idioma o lengua con el que aprendió hablar (in Spanish)

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Peru

Acobamba

Acobamba
Andabamba
Anta
Caja
Marcas
Paucará
Pomacocha
Rosario

Angaraes

Anchonga
Callanmarca
Ccochaccasa
Chincho
Congalla
Huanca-Huanca
Huayllay Grande
Julcamarca
Lircay
San Antonio de Antaparco
Santo Tomás de Pata
Secclla

Castrovirreyna

Arma
Aurahua
Capillas
Castrovirreyna
Chupamarca
Cocas
Huachos
Huamatambo
Mollepampa
San Juan
Santa Ana
Tantara
Ticrapo

Churcampa

Anco
Chinchihuasi
Churcampa
Cosme
El Carmen
La Merced
Lacroja
Pachamarca
Paucarbamba
San Miguel de Mayocc
San Pedro de Coris

Huancavelica

Acobambilla
Acoria
Ascensión
Conayca
Cuenca
Huachocolpa
Huancavelica
Huando
Huayllahuara
Izcuchaca
Laria
Manta
Mariscal Cáceres
Moya
Nuevo Occoro
Palca
Pilchaca
Vilca
Yauli

Huaytará

Ayaví
Córdova
Huayacundo Arma
Huaytará
Laramarca
Ocoyo
Pilpichaca
Querco
Quito-Arma
San Antonio de Cusicancha
San Francisco de Sangayaico
San Isidro
Santiago de Chocorvos
Santiago de Quirahuara
Santo Domingo de Capillas
Tambo

Tayacaja

Acostambo
Acraquia
Ahuaycha
Colcab
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Galician Social Democratic Party

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Galician Social Democratic Party
Partido Galego Social Demócrata

Leader
Xosé Luís Fontela

Founded
1974 (1974)

Dissolved
1977 (1977)

Succeeded by
Partido Galeguista

Ideology
Social democracy
Galician nationalism

Politics of Galicia
Political parties

The Galician Social Democratic Party (PGSD, Partido Galego Social Demócrata in Galician language) was a Galician political party with a Galician nationalist and social democratic ideology.
It was founded under the name of Galician Social-Democratic Union in March 1974, led by Xosé Luís Fontela and Alfonso Zulueta de Haz.[1] The PGSD just had some relevant presence in the cities. The PGSD was part of the Council of the Galician Political Forces (CFPG, 1976),[2] leaving the council, along with the Galician People’s Union in 1977, due to disagreements on the acceptance of the Communist Movement of Galicia in the CFPG.
The PGSD concurred in coalition with the Galician People’s Party (PPG) in the Spanish general election of 1977. The poor results (23,014 votes, 2.04% of the vote in Galicia) led to the formation of a new party formed by the PGSD and PPG, the new Partido Galeguista, and the disappearance of PGSD.
References[edit]

^ http://www.march.es/ceacs/biblioteca/proyectos/linz/Herramientas/detalle_tesauro.asp?idTesauro_Termino=93000
^ http://omarmuriodaonda.blogaliza.org/2011/01/06/o-consello-e-o-inicio-do-conflito-de-1976-na-upg/

Beramendi, X.G. and Núñez Seixas, X.M. (1996): O nacionalismo galego. A Nosa Terra, Vigo
Beramendi, X.G. (2007): De provincia a nación. Historia do galeguismo político. Xerais, Vigo

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Galician nationalism

Political parties

Current

Bloque Nacionalista Galego (Unión do Povo Galego, Galician Movement for Socialism and Abrente-EDG)
Anova-Nationalist Brotherhood (Galician People’s Front, Encontro Irmandiño and the Galician Workers Front)
Cerna
Commitment to Galicia (Máis Galiza, PNG-PG, Acción Galega, Partido Galeguista Demócrata)
Converxencia XXI
Terra Galega
Agora Galiza (Primeira Linha)
Land Party
New Galician Left
Espazo Ecosocialista Galego
Causa Galiza
Galician Convergence
Communist Party of the Galician People

Until 1950

Galicianist Party
Irmandades da Fala
Galician Socialist Union
Dereita Galeguista
Autonomous Galician Republican Organization
Republican Nationalist Party of Ourense
CRAG
Galician Nationalist Vanguard
Galician League (A Coruña)
Galician League (Santiago de Compostela)
Galic
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John S. McCain Jr.

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John S. McCain Jr.

Admiral John Sidney McCain Jr.

Birth name
John Sidney McCain Jr.

Nickname(s)
Jack

Born
(1911-01-17)January 17, 1911
Council Bluffs, Iowa, U.S.

Died
March 22, 1981(1981-03-22) (aged 70)
In air over North Atlantic

Buried at
Arlington National Cemetery

Allegiance
 United States of America

Service/branch
 United States Navy

Years of service
1931–1972

Rank
Admiral

Unit
retirement in 1972

Commands held
USS Gunnel (SS-253)
USS Dentuda (SS-335)
Submarine Squadron 6
USS Albany (CA-123)
Amphibious Forces, Atlantic Fleet
Eastern Sea Frontier
Atlantic Reserve Fleet
U.S. Naval Forces Europe
U.S. Pacific Command

Battles/wars
World War II
Korean War
Vietnam War

Awards
Navy Distinguished Service Medal (2)
Silver Star
Legion of Merit (3)
Bronze Star

Spouse(s)
Roberta McCain

Relations
Adm. John S. McCain Sr. (father)
Sen. John S. McCain III (son)

John Sidney “Jack” McCain Jr. (January 17, 1911 – March 22, 1981) was a United States Navy admiral, who served in conflicts from the 1940s through the 1970s, including as the Commander, United States Pacific Command.
McCain grew up in Washington, D.C., and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1931, after which he entered the submarine service. In World War II, he commanded submarines in several theaters of operation, was responsible for sinking several Japanese ships, and was decorated with both the Silver Star and Bronze Star. After the war, he held a variety of commands, specializing in amphibious warfare. He led the 1965 U.S. invasion of the Dominican Republic. He also served in several posts in Washington, including the Legislative Affairs Office and Chief of Naval Information, where he became influential in political affairs. He was a staunch anti-Communist, and was such an advocate of the importance of a strong naval presence that he became known as “Mr. Seapower”.
During the Vietnam War, McCain was Commander-in-Chief, Pacific Command (CINCPAC), commander of all U.S. forces in the Vietnam theater from 1968 to 1972. He was a stalwart supporter of President Richard Nixon’s policy of Vietnamization. McCain played a significant role in the militarization of U.S. policy towards Cambodia, helping to convince Nixon to launch the 1970 Cambodian Incursion and establishing a personal relationship with Cambodian leader Lon Nol. McCain was also a proponent of the 1971 incursion into Laos. McCain retired from the Navy i
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Akkarawatta

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Akkarawatta

Village

Country
 Sri Lanka

Province
Central Province

Time zone
Sri Lanka Standard Time (UTC+5:30)

Akkarawatta is a village in Sri Lanka. It is located within Central Province.
See also[edit]

List of towns in Central Province, Sri Lanka

External links[edit]

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