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Plato, Aristotle, and MimesisPlato, Aristotle, and Mimesis
Aristotle. Examining the reality that art professes to imitate, the process of imitation, and the inherent strengths and weaknesses of imitation as a form of artistic expression may lead to understanding how these conflicting views of art could develop from a
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Atomic Bomb AbstractAtomic Bomb Abstract
Albert Einstein and other scientists, the United States government decided that an atomic bomb should be built which would be later known as the “Manhattan Project
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The Romantic Period 1798-1832 HistoryThe Romantic Period 1798-1832 History
Gradually, philosophers began to apply this scientific thinking to human beings and society. The Enlightenment reliance on reason influenced literature, politics, economics, and religion
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Ihor Karivets’ contemplation, miracle and novelty: towards the foundations of religious experienceIhor Karivets’ contemplation, miracle and novelty: towards the foundations of religious experience
It is contemplation that is important for discovering novelty in the lifeworld
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Course: In the Melting Pot of Religions, 2003Course: In the Melting Pot of Religions, 2003
Indians react to this with powerless hate. This inhibits the will and ability to adapt to the majority culture. Weak adaptation leads to communication difficulties
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