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Post-singularity and primitive intelligencePost-singularity and primitive intelligence
The argument of post-singularity states that evolution can be hastened to advance towards a more desirable direction once it is released from its biological inhibitors. To hasten this process intelligence must be maximally pushed to its
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Curriculum Vitae Andrew Frank November 28, 2011 General InformationCurriculum Vitae Andrew Frank November 28, 2011 General Information
Ph. D., University Of Florida, Gainesville. Major: History. Supervisor: Bertram Wyatt-Brown
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1 Introduction1 Introduction
It argues that the many points of agreement it describes amongst revolutionary political theorists in different parts of the Americas can be attributed to the dilemmas they encountered in common as Creoles, that is
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Lincoln and His GeneralsLincoln and His Generals
All documents cited in these lesson plans are from the Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln
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The Arts and Crafts and related movements -aesthetic, Art Nouveau and etc, in England, Europe and AmericaThe Arts and Crafts and related movements -aesthetic, Art Nouveau and etc, in England, Europe and America
This bibliography is not intended to be definitive, but to suggest possibilities for papers and research. There are many books on individual designers for which I have been very selective
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The Emancipation ProclamationThe Emancipation Proclamation
The Emancipation Proclamation. Emancipation Proclamation 2009. Masterfile premier. Web. 3 Oc
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Envy or Emulation a christian Understanding of Economic PassionsEnvy or Emulation a christian Understanding of Economic Passions
A third part will provide a mimetic understanding of envy and emulation leading finally to a reflection on the relationship between economy and religion seen from the point of view of Catholic Social Teaching
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Making the pieces fit: little women, works, and the pursuit of qualityMaking the pieces fit: little women, works, and the pursuit of quality
Carlyle, A., Ranger, S., & Summerlin, J. (2008). Making the Pieces Fit: Little Women, Works, and the Pursuit of Quality. Catalogingand classification quarterly. 46 (1), 35-64
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Great Speech Making. Ten Commandments of SpeechGreat Speech Making. Ten Commandments of Speech
Sometimes less is more. The Judds, a mother and daughter country singing group, 1991
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History 353 Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War EraHistory 353 Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War Era
We will sample several of the best recent biographies and scholarly studies of Lincoln. You will have an opportunity to join the scholarly conversation by participating in class discussions and by writing papers and exams about important topics in
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English 90FD: The Rhetoric of Frederick DouglassEnglish 90FD: The Rhetoric of Frederick Douglass
Along the way, we analyze the influences (Bible, literary canon at the time, American journalism, regionalism) that contributed to their oratory. And we explore the contexts of their great speeches and their legacies
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Department of english studies special topic reading listDepartment of english studies special topic reading list
Sigurd the dragon-slayer and analogous stories as preserved chiefly in Old Norse but also in Old English and German works
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The Romantics, Lord Byron, and \"Prometheus\"The Romantics, Lord Byron, and "Prometheus"
English poetry emerged. While it is difficult to specifically identify characteristics common to all writers during the Romantic Era, many feel that this movement emphasizes individualism, freedom from rules, spontaneity
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Aka: billy the kidAka: billy the kid
His stepfather William Antrim became involved in prospecting and gambling to make a living and was very rarely home with his wife and step sons
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Szilardian Science and Politics: Evolution, Revolution, or Subversion? By William LanouetteSzilardian Science and Politics: Evolution, Revolution, or Subversion? By William Lanouette
The philosopher-historian Thomas Kuhn proposed that science advances not by “evolution” in small and steady increments, but by “revolution”. Science doesn’t creep forward, he said; instead
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