Curriculum Vitae Martin t kavka April 11, 2016 General InformationCurriculum Vitae Martin t kavka April 11, 2016 General Information
Ph. D., Rice University, Houston tx. Major: Religion. Supervisor: Edith Wyschogrod
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Fanon on the Significance of Embodied Difference in a White-Scripted WorldFanon on the Significance of Embodied Difference in a White-Scripted World
May I be allowed to discover and desire man wherever he may be. […] Superiority? Inferiority? Why not simply try to touch the other, feel the other, discover each other? […] My final prayer: o my body, always make me a man who questions!
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Curriculum Vitae Daniel j pullen March 02, 2016 General InformationCurriculum Vitae Daniel j pullen March 02, 2016 General Information
Ph. D., Indiana University Bloomington. Major: Classical Archaeology; Anthropology. Supervisor: Thomas W. Jacbosen and Patrick Munson
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Curriculum Vitae for Jean Alvares May 2014 addressCurriculum Vitae for Jean Alvares May 2014 address
The Drama of Hippothous in Xenophon of Ephesus’ Ephesiaca,” The Classical Journal 90. 4 (1995) 393-404
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First EnquiryFirst Enquiry
It is suggested that this prudent advice is consistent with Hume=s conception of the limits of reason=s powers. Drawing on both Enquiries
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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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Copernican Revolutions Revisited in Adam Smith by way of David Hume1Copernican Revolutions Revisited in Adam Smith by way of David Hume1
Smith’s approach in the “Astronomy”3 or as its targe Yet, Hume’s occasional remarks on Copernicanism nor his treatment of the history of science in the History of England
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