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Magister Ludi (The Glass Bead Game) Hermann HesseMagister Ludi (The Glass Bead Game) Hermann Hesse
Nobel Prize for Literature. Described as "sublime" by Thomas Mann, admired by André Gide and T. S. Eliot, this prophetic novel is a chronicle of the future about Castalia, an elitist group formed after the chaos of the 20th-century's wars
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Yeshivat har etzionYeshivat har etzion
Judaism and violence must be addressed, I believe, on two levels. One level involves the direct phenomenon of violence, meaning, the specific areas in which the manifestation of violence occurs
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Essay on MussoliniEssay on Mussolini
Fascist dictator of Italy from 1922 to 1943. He centralized all power in himself as the leader (il duce) of the Fascist party and attempted to create an Italian empire, ultimately in alliance with Germany
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Critical notes on the political philosophers of modernityCritical notes on the political philosophers of modernity
But since “there cannot be good laws where there are not good arms, and where there are good arms there must be good laws, I will not now discuss the laws, but will speak of the arms” (Prince, XII)
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Contemporary Reactions to Descartes’ Philosophy of MindContemporary Reactions to Descartes’ Philosophy of Mind
Descartes’ views. More often than not crude parodies of these views end up as the focus of discussion but more careful critics are usually prepared to recognize that Descartes’ philosophy of mind is more subtle and nuanced than the parodies might lead one
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Teleological and Teleonomic: a new Analysis By Ernst Mayr …:::::::::::: FromTeleological and Teleonomic: a new Analysis By Ernst Mayr …:::::::::::: From
Beckner, 1969; Hull, 1973; to cite only a few of a large selection of such publications, concede the legitimacy of some teleological statements but still display considerable divergence of opinion as to the actual meaning of the word 'teleological' and the
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Professor Gordon S. Haight and ge’s conservatismProfessor Gordon S. Haight and ge’s conservatism
In what is still the most authoritative biography of George Eliot, Gordon Haight states
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Another Form of Fallibilism: Law (Like Science) as Social InquiryAnother Form of Fallibilism: Law (Like Science) as Social Inquiry
It illuminates the relation of thought, expression, and conduct among a community of both expert and lay inquirers, applied to the problems of social ordering
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Free-Market EconomyFree-Market Economy
In a free-market economy the government's function is limited to providing what are known as “public goods” and performing a regulatory role in certain situations
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The Triumph Of God Over Evil- william HaskerThe Triumph Of God Over Evil- william Hasker
Hasker, an Evangelical philosopher, offers an interesting basic coverage of the issues and responses related to the problem of evil in the world. In this review of his book I’ll present some quotes of his along with paraphrases of other
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Xxxvi lecture oas lecture series of the americasXxxvi lecture oas lecture series of the americas
I would like to begin by thanking oas secretary General José Miguel Insulza for having invited me to speak on the fight against terrorism and the promotion of democratic values, as part of the “Lecture Series of the Americas.”
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C. E. – 600 C. E. Chapter ThesisC. E. – 600 C. E. Chapter Thesis
Chapter Thesis: The history of India can be described by its diversity: from its ethnic and lingual groups and social stratification to its political fragmentation, geographical variation, and polytheistic religion
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