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The Logic of Thumos and Mimesis in Plato’s RepublicThe Logic of Thumos and Mimesis in Plato’s Republic
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Poetry for poetry\Poetry for poetry's sake” (1909) A. C. Bradley (1851–1935)
Of course this imaginative experience – if I may use the phrase for brevity – differs with every reader and every time of reading
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Clarifications and Explorations: Matter, Spirit, Evil, and Much, Much MoreClarifications and Explorations: Matter, Spirit, Evil, and Much, Much More
Conferences of Abbot Moses: to learn the Art we study here we exercise the appropriate discipline and uses ascesis to renounce desirable things that will get in our way, which in this case may include renunciation of feeling interested
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Wolosky edfn truth and Lie in Emily Dickinson and Friedrich NietzscheWolosky edfn truth and Lie in Emily Dickinson and Friedrich Nietzsche
Not least, there is a contrast of gender and attitudes towards it, with Dickinson's work a major voice articulating senses of women's identities as these were being reshaped in post-Revolutionary America, while in Nietzsche
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The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky 1879 Translated by Constance Garnett (p. 256-270)The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky 1879 Translated by Constance Garnett (p. 256-270)
Begin where you like. You declared yesterday at father’s that there was no God.” Alyosha looked searchingly at his brother
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Teacher Name Jeanne Sneddon Grade level(s) 9th Course World or American HistoryTeacher Name Jeanne Sneddon Grade level(s) 9th Course World or American History
Describe the classroom or homework activity to be performed
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Spiritual PsychobiologySpiritual Psychobiology
The theory asserts that not a single cellular, glandular, or hormonal activity in the physical body is possible without the simultaneous accompaniment of the equivalent activity in the spiritual body
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The symbol of butterfly in Japanese cultureThe symbol of butterfly in Japanese culture
In Japanese culture, the butterfly is a very popular symbol having more meanings: eternity, womanhood and love
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