Contents Philosophy and theory of Law

Special topics of philosophy and theory of law

This topic covers the following: Origin of Law Sources of Law Nature of Law Limits of law Rule of law Legal reasoning Justice and injustice Equal protection of the law […]

Physical Process

Hierarchical Display of Physical process Production, Technology And Research > Technology and technical regulations > Materials technology > Technological process
Physical process Concept of Physical process See the dictionary definition of Physical process. Characteristics of Physical […]


Hierarchical Display of Phosphorus Industry > Chemistry > Chemical element
Concept of Phosphorus See the dictionary definition of Phosphorus. Characteristics of Phosphorus [rtbs name=”xxx-xxx”] Resources Translation of Phosphorus Spanish: Fósforo French: Phosphore German: Phosphor […]

Pharmaceutical Legislation

Hierarchical Display of Pharmaceutical legislation Social Questions > Health > Health policy > Organisation of health care
European Union > EU finance > EU financing > Pharmaceutical industry
Science > Natural and applied sciences > Life sciences > Pharmacology
Social Questions > […]

Photovoltaic Cell

Hierarchical Display of Photovoltaic cell Energy > Soft energy > Soft energy > Solar energy
Photovoltaic cell Concept of Photovoltaic cell See the dictionary definition of Photovoltaic cell. Characteristics of Photovoltaic cell [rtbs name=”xxx-xxx”] Resources Translation of Photovoltaic […]


Hierarchical Display of Pharmacy Social Questions > Health > Health policy > Organisation of health care
Science > Natural and applied sciences > Life sciences > Pharmacology Concept of Pharmacy See the dictionary definition of Pharmacy. Characteristics of Pharmacy [rtbs name=”xxx-xxx”] […]

Photographic Industry

Hierarchical Display of Photographic industry Industry > Miscellaneous industries > Miscellaneous industries
Education And Communications > Information and information processing > Information > Reprography
Industry > Mechanical engineering > Precision engineering > Optical […]

Pharmaceutical Product

Hierarchical Display of Pharmaceutical product Social Questions > Health > Pharmaceutical industry
Social Questions > Health > Health policy > Health expenditure > Pharmaceutical expenses
Social Questions > Social affairs > Social problem > Prescription drug abuse
Social Questions > […]


Phare and Europe There is an entry on phare in the European legal encyclopedia. Resources See Also Further Reading Entry "Phare" in the work "A Concise Encyclopedia of the European Union from Aachen to Zollverein", by Rodney Leach (Profile Books; London)

Philip Alston

Philip Alston (1950– ): Life and Work Within the context of international law, this section explores the context, historical significance and the main work of Philip Alston (1950– ). Resources Further Reading The entry "alston, philip (1950– )" in the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic […]


Overview of Phreaking in relation to cyber crime: [1]In 1971, Ron Rosenbaum published ''Secrets of the Little Blue Box'' in Esquire magazine, placing phreaking into public view. The article included interviews with famous phreaks, including Joe Engressia and John Draper (aka […]


Overview of Phishing in relation to cyber crime: [1]Typically the message will describe an urgent need for the recipient of the message, a possible cybercrime victim, to click on aWeb link embedded within the text message in order to confirm or restore some aspect of a computer account they […]

Philosophical Foundations

From the book The Clergyman's Hand-book of Law, about Philosophical Foundations (1): The laws of Greece, down to the time of Plato, were thoroughly pagan. But, following the philosophical foundations laid by Plato and Aristotle, unintentionally and unwittingly the laws of Greece became […]


Citation Notes

Phases before the International Court of Justice and Permanent Court of International Justice may involve a number of separate decisions of the court.

The 'phase' is the broad characterisation of the stage of the decision cited in the course of a case. The most …