This paper constitutes a continuation of “Alternative scenarios analysis concerning different types of fuels used for the coverage of the energy requirements of a typical apartment building in Thessaloniki, Greece. Part I: fuel consumption and emissions”. It is concerned with the application of life cycle analysis (LCA) methodology to the model of the apartment building determined in Part I. The examination here includes emissions of light heating oil EL refining, transportation and combustion, of natural gas transportation and combustion and of electricity generation and use (lignite, natural gas, diesel oil and kerosene originated). All data used were collected from Roshe2014-Shoes Roshe Trainers Men Yellow Gray
a typical power station in Greece.
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sealed discipline, mainly on account of law's normative, professionalized and institutionalized character. It challenges this view against the background of comparative legal studies and, in particular, from the perspective of the culturalist periphery which deploys an alternative epistemology leading to a complex
understanding. Culturalism includes interdisciplinarity as a principle of its agenda, arguing that philosophy is part of law. The article analyses the need for philosophy within such a context, records the ways in which philosophy is used, offers an overview of the recurrent philosophical themes and philosophers and concludes on the dangers of such an enterprise.