Knowledge and Immortality in Spinoza and Mulla SadraKnowledge and Immortality in Spinoza and Mulla Sadra
European authors are sometimes referred simply to “mysticism,” or a “lapse into mysticism,” as though mysticism were an unpredictable affliction striking philosophers unpredictably rather than both a literary-philosophical tradition and a very widespread disposition
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Hands Around The Globe The International Credit Union Movement The Dynamics of Credit UnionsHands Around The Globe The International Credit Union Movement The Dynamics of Credit Unions
Europe in the middle of the 19th Century. From yet another perspective, it is a movement with a thousand beginnings, one for each of the local, regional and national movements that today make up the international credit union family
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Book 1 Chapter 2 Next ChapterBook 1 Chapter 2 Next Chapter
Reply to the objection that a pupil receives less attention from a master in a school than from a domestic tutor, 9-16. Emulation, friendship, incitements to masters and pupils, and other advantages of public education, 17-31
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Reading Questions for Phil 413. 900, Spring 2009Reading Questions for Phil 413. 900, Spring 2009
For Descartes, why can't knowledge gained through sense experience be trusted as the basis of knowledge?
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Unit 5 Foundations of Economics What\Unit 5 Foundations of Economics What's Ahead in Unit 5
In Unit 5 you will learn about economic systems. You will learn how the American economic system works and how it is a basic part of our free society. You will also learn about the role you play in our economy
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Israel-Atlantic Canada Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy Reason, Freedom and the Passion in Descartes and Spinoza May 19-21, 2013 abstracts affects and ideas in Spinoza’s Therapy of PassionsIsrael-Atlantic Canada Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy Reason, Freedom and the Passion in Descartes and Spinoza May 19-21, 2013 abstracts affects and ideas in Spinoza’s Therapy of Passions
Rather than being transformed into activity, the passive affect has ceased to be. Yet the human mind continues to be affected with confused ideas as long as the body that constitutes its object persists in its striving so remains subject to external forces
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Basing = TreatingBasing = Treating
So-Hyun sees a Chinese Crested dog, and she recalls that hairless dogs that look like that are typically Chinese Crested dogs. At the very same time, her friend Adede points at the dog and says “look at that Chinese Crested dog right there!
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Basing as ConjuringBasing as Conjuring
So-Hyun sees a Chinese Crested dog, and she recalls that hairless dogs that look like that are typically Chinese Crested dogs. At the very same time, her friend Adede points at the dog and says “look at that Chinese Crested dog right there!
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Characteristics of Ancient CivilizationsCharacteristics of Ancient Civilizations
Archaeologists recognize that in some cases, in some places, at some times, simple societies for one reason and another morph into more and more complex societies, and some become civilizations
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S. Qutb, MilestonesS. Qutb, Milestones
Jihaad [Literally, 'striving'. This Arabic word denotes any form of activity, either personal or community-wide, of Muslims in attempting to strive for the cause of God and for the sake of Islam.] In the cause of god
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The future of moral rightsThe future of moral rights
This philosophical conception and its juridical consequences are considered as economically inefficient, politically protectionist and philosophically mistaken by the supporters of the copyright system
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