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Select bibliography of works used and quoted in the above thoughtsSelect bibliography of works used and quoted in the above thoughts
Please note that this is by no means a bibliography or complete reading list, merely some works that were used in formulating the thoughts above, directly and indirectly
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History 367 Society and Ideas in Shakespeare’s EnglandHistory 367 Society and Ideas in Shakespeare’s England
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26 History of the Conquest of Mexico 1 Ixtlilxochitl, Hist. Chich., Ms., ca26 History of the Conquest of Mexico 1 Ixtlilxochitl, Hist. Chich., Ms., ca
This was an exception. In Egypt, also, the king was frequently taken from the warrior caste, though obliged afterwards to be instructed in the mysteries of the priesthood: b 8e ex pa76pwv aso5ESetyltevo; eveuq eyivetio Tiov iepcuv
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Quiet History, Unquiet Peoples: The “Tribal Question” in AssamQuiet History, Unquiet Peoples: The “Tribal Question” in Assam
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Human Nature What is Human NatureHuman Nature What is Human Nature
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Animals and Ethics Class Notes: Taylor, Cohen, Frey, StreifferAnimals and Ethics Class Notes: Taylor, Cohen, Frey, Streiffer
Contractarianism (the moral community and rational, self-interested moral agents) (76-79)
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Ap american History Mr. Caroddo Colonial Era Number 2Ap american History Mr. Caroddo Colonial Era Number 2
In America the availability of land rendered precarious, if not untenable, those European institutions which were dependent upon scarcity of land. (Degler 3)
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Melissa Kinnunen Steven G, AraujoMelissa Kinnunen Steven G, Araujo
If the eye were an animal, sight would be its soul; for this is the eye’s substance – that corresponds to its principle. The eye is a matter for sight, and if this fails it is no longer an eye, except homonymously
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Lecture notes prepared for an37002 Australian Social and Political History by Dr. Gabriella T. EspákLecture notes prepared for an37002 Australian Social and Political History by Dr. Gabriella T. Espák
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Merchant classes were not attracted to Protestantism because of out-dated ideas such as the "just price"; cf the Venetian empire
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Railroads in north americaRailroads in north america
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General Characteristics of the RenaissanceGeneral Characteristics of the Renaissance
Italy in the fourteenth century, spread to the north, including England, by the sixteenth century, and ended in the north in the mid-seventeenth century
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Endnote BibliographyEndnote Bibliography
Festschrift, Edmund Husserl zum 70. Geburtstag gewidmet. Halle a d. Saale: M. Niemeyer, 1929
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Chapter 6 Voltaire, Candide, or OptimismChapter 6 Voltaire, Candide, or Optimism
The physical and philosophical journeys of the main characters in Candide in the contexts of Voltaire's own life and intellectual world
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Goodman, et al. Chapter 4 Histories of Race, Difference and RacismGoodman, et al. Chapter 4 Histories of Race, Difference and Racism
The history of biology can be split into pre-Darwinian and post-Darwinian periods
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