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In this context, a dizzying range of new systems of thought (“isms”) emerged, inspired adherents and followers, but ultimately inspired intellectual challenges
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The 100 Years War, 1336-1453 ce introductionThe 100 Years War, 1336-1453 ce introduction
English court at the start of the war, by the end it was English. Also, Geoffrey Chaucer had written Canterbury Tales, one of the first great works of English literature, and John Wycliffe had translated the Bible into English
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Rome’s Natural Sites Roman NatureRome’s Natural Sites Roman Nature
However, there are two places in the big city that make up the heart of Rome, even if they are not actual buildings: the Tiber River and Palatine Hill. These two natural places were important in the development of Rome and are a vital part of Roman history
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Introduction: The decolonization of Asia and Africa in the twentieth centuryIntroduction: The decolonization of Asia and Africa in the twentieth century
Prasenjit Duara, “Introduction: The decolonization of Asia and Africa in the twentieth century” in, ed., Decolonization Perspectives from Now and Then. 2003: Taylor & Francis
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Positive Philosophy on the Indian QuestionPositive Philosophy on the Indian Question
Note: Poor quality of the small print photocopy. Need to be checked carefully against the large print original
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Carver Carver suggests that a basic theoretical tension, or perhaps an outright contradiction, confronts Marx’s successors when they attempt to define Marxism as scientific and objective. Why is this a potential problemCarver Carver suggests that a basic theoretical tension, or perhaps an outright contradiction, confronts Marx’s successors when they attempt to define Marxism as scientific and objective. Why is this a potential problem
Ideology pejoratively as the ideas made by a certain group of people that serve their material interests. He also claimed that his ideas concerning the working class were scientific because the working class is a revolutionary class whose interests are quite similar
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