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Memoria, Intellectus, V oluntas: the Augustinian Centre of Robert Crouse’s Scholarly Work 1Memoria, Intellectus, V oluntas: the Augustinian Centre of Robert Crouse’s Scholarly Work 1
Memoria, Intellectus, Voluntas: the Augustinian Centre of Robert Crouse’s Scholarly Work1
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Art, Reason, and Cultural Legitimation1Art, Reason, and Cultural Legitimation1
The so-called end of the cold war, moreover, has not been accompanied by a lessening of tensions or hostilities, which continue as actions of opposition driven by seemingly incommensurable ideas
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History of Chinese ThoughtHistory of Chinese Thought
If you want to search the journal directly, go to Project Muse, under Electronic Resources on the library’s web page. I have also included some book reviews from Philosophy East and West
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Republic of south africa high court of south africa, gauteng local divisionRepublic of south africa high court of south africa, gauteng local division
December 2012 at a traffic light controlled intersection of Potgieter and Jim Fouche Roads in Roodeport. The Plaintiff believes that the manner in which the accident occurred renders the Defendant vulnerable to liability for the damages claimed
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From Divine order to Human approximation: Mathematics in Baroque Science DraftFrom Divine order to Human approximation: Mathematics in Baroque Science Draft
They are interesting for two reasons. First, because Crashaw is the definitive ‘Baroque’ English poet. Literally so; here is the very definition of “baroque” in Hollander and Kermode’s The Literature of Renaissance England
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Introduction: Race, France, Histories Sue Peabody and Tyler StovallIntroduction: Race, France, Histories Sue Peabody and Tyler Stovall
Other committee members argued that it was important to preserve the overt specification of race because, regardless of its scientific merit, the word had a social and political meaning
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The phenomenology of embodied agency terry Horgan and John TiensonThe phenomenology of embodied agency terry Horgan and John Tienson
The examples of what-it-is-like that are typically given are feelings of pain or itches, and color and sound sensations. This suggests an identification of the experiential what-it-is-like with such states
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Facing up to the sorites paradoxFacing up to the sorites paradox
In this paper I will briefly explain why I think so, in a way that draws upon my other writings on vagueness. 1 The paper also will constitute a brief, opinionated, overview of the pertinent intellectual landscape
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The Great Lakes Region Through the Prism of History: Oblivion, Memory and Myth-MakingThe Great Lakes Region Through the Prism of History: Oblivion, Memory and Myth-Making
Does it mean, as Ranke’s would put it, Wie es eigentlich gewesen ist, in short, “telling it like it is” – or, to put it differently, getting an empirical handle on the facts
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‘presence’ and representation‘presence’ and representation
Das Chor it eine lebendige Mauer gegen die anstürmende Wirklichkeit, weil er – der Satyrchor – das Dasein wahrhaftiger, wirklicher, vollständiger abbildet als der gemeinhin sich als einzige Realität achtende Kulturmensch’1
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Latin and Greek for PhilosophersLatin and Greek for Philosophers
Modern English Usage, p. 207. Use these definitions as an aid to understanding the Latin and Greek terms and phrases you encounter, but resist the temptation to begin sprinkling them about in your own writings and conversations
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Nostos and the impossibility of ‘a return to the same’: from Homer to SeferisNostos and the impossibility of ‘a return to the same’: from Homer to Seferis
There are ample instances of the treatment of the classical themes in modern Greek writing. The following study therefore is far from comprehensive
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Unpacking the public trust doctrine: a journey into foreign territoryUnpacking the public trust doctrine: a journey into foreign territory
American jurisprudence in order to provide the South African scholar with a perspective on a legal construct founded on the philosophical notion that governments exercise a "fiduciary trust" on behalf of their people
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