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The Aims of Education Alfred North WhiteheadThe Aims of Education Alfred North Whitehead
A saying due to Archbishop Temple illustrates my meaning. Surprise was expressed at the success in after-life of a man, who as a boy at Rugby had been somewhat undistin-guished
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Poetic TechniquesPoetic Techniques
S-grade: others might be new. What is rather new is the stress that we will now be putting on the practical application of these techniques: it is not just a question of identifying the techniques, you must also be able to comment on their
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Hume and Aristotle on GenerosityHume and Aristotle on Generosity
Aristotle’s analysis focuses attention away from human neediness toward the divine; in doing so, he loses the distinctly human. Hume’s sympathy-based analysis shows the richness of distinctly human goods without moving beyond the human
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Slavery in Classical Greece and Rome IntroductionSlavery in Classical Greece and Rome Introduction
Roman law students. The other source comes from the first systematic collection of Roman laws, put together in 438 C. E. by order of Emperor Theodosius II; hence, its title: the Code of Theodosius
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If We Listen Well By Edward GuinanIf We Listen Well By Edward Guinan
We continue to deal in symptomatic terms as if war and destruction and violence are the extensions and natural outgrowths of malignant attitudes, values, relationships, and beliefs that we continue to embrace
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Quality of lifeQuality of life
Mortimer J. Adler (director, Institute for Philosophical Research; member, board of editors, Encyclopedia Britannica), The Common Sense of Politics, 1971
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Attila\Attila's Rise to Power
For a while, the Romans rejoiced, but little did they know that the real invasion had yet to come. Rua's nephews, Attila and Bleda took the throne of the Huns in dual kingship
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Women and the family in ChinaWomen and the family in China
The status of women was always inferior to that of men in traditional Chinese society, but changes in their status over time can be understood within the broad chronological framework of the three major periods of social development in
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Note: See also these files: underwear-lnks, corsets-msg, linen-msg, silk-msg, p-hygiene-msg, soap-msg, p-privies-msg, bathing-msgNote: See also these files: underwear-lnks, corsets-msg, linen-msg, silk-msg, p-hygiene-msg, soap-msg, p-privies-msg, bathing-msg
This file is a collection of various messages having a common theme that I have collected from my reading of the various computer networks. Some messages date back to 1989, some may be as recent as yesterday
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The ten hornsThe ten horns
This lesson will be devoted to daniel, ch. 7: 7-8 & 23-25, and ch. 8: 9-14 & 23-25, and will deal with the 10 horns of chapter 7 and the little horn of both chapter 7 and chapter 8
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Tuesday May 6, 1863Tuesday May 6, 1863
Written during the battle of Chancellorsville in the Civil War, from Minot Melville Kittredge to his parents, half-brothers and their wives, all in Nelson, New Hampshire.]
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In sickness and in healthIn sickness and in health
Many people have asked me what I did to make this possible. To help record some of the things I have learned about sickness and health, I asked a friend to interview me I hope that what follows may be of help if you
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A moveable feastA moveable feast
Ernest Miller Hemingway was born in 1899. His father was a doctor and he was the second of six children. Their home was at Oak Park, a Chicago suburb
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Essential equipmentEssential equipment
Identify the needle stitch plate, feed dogs/system, presser foot, bobbin case, spool pin, upper thread tension, presser foot lever/lifter, thread take-up lever, foot pedal, handwheel, stitch length control, and stitch width control
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The renaissance 1485 – 1625 The English Renaissance was a cultural and artistic movementThe renaissance 1485 – 1625 The English Renaissance was a cultural and artistic movement
The English Renaissance was a cultural and artistic movement in England dating from the late 15th and early 16th century to the early 17th century
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