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Judaism from herod the great to the mishnahJudaism from herod the great to the mishnah
Within his family, however, Oedipal rivalry was overt and violent. Herod executed not one but three of his sons in the belief that they were trying to usurp the throne, the last shortly before his death in 4 B. C
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The \"Metaphysicals\": English Baroque Literature in ContextThe "Metaphysicals": English Baroque Literature in Context
Discourse concerning the Original and Progress of Satire (1693) Dryden described how, during his aberration from reason as a youth, he was dazzled by Abraham Cowley's "points of wit, and quirks of epigram" and other "puerilities"
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Ap chapter 9 Quiz Multiple ChoiceAp chapter 9 Quiz Multiple Choice
The federal system goes a long way toward explaining why U. S. parties are than their European counterparts
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Marx’s Theory of Crisis Simon ClarkeMarx’s Theory of Crisis Simon Clarke
The composition of capital and the formation of a relative surplus population 111
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Imperialism: a studyImperialism: a study
Thus, imperialism exists to further the interests of the investor class at the expense of the rest of the nation
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Stalin: The Five-Year Plans and the Purges Economic PlanningStalin: The Five-Year Plans and the Purges Economic Planning
Planning,” or the central planning of a century’s whole economic life by government officials, was to become the distinctive feature of Soviet economies and the one that was to have the greatest influence in the rest of the world
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Child employment prospects in nineteenth-century Hertfordshire in perspective: varieties of childhood?Child employment prospects in nineteenth-century Hertfordshire in perspective: varieties of childhood?
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College of Light that would provide the function of an international office of education and a Ôuniversal academyÕ
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Allen Wood \" What is the human being?\"Allen Wood " What is the human being?"
What is the human being?” Kant sometimes treated this question as the most fundamental question of all philosophy
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The mind which can believe miracles: Section X of Hume\The mind which can believe miracles: Section X of Hume's
Nature has kept us at a great distance from all her secrets, and has af­forded us only the knowledge of a few superficial qualities of objects
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Executive Editor: George Clack Managing Editor: Paul Malamud Art DirectorExecutive Editor: George Clack Managing Editor: Paul Malamud Art Director
American history. By "government of the people, by the people, and for the people," he meant, the essentials of democratic government he so well described are applicable to all nations that aspire to a democratic society
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