Chapter From Dante to Kant: The attractions and dangers of autonomyChapter From Dante to Kant: The attractions and dangers of autonomy
Second, how did these understandings of human being, and of the sacred, work in history to keep the problem of nihilism at bay? And finally
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Sermon Notes, November 25, 2012 Never Waste a Crisis-Forgotten by Man, Remembered by God Genesis 40: 1-15, 23; 41: 1a, 9-16, 39-40 (pg. 30-32)Sermon Notes, November 25, 2012 Never Waste a Crisis-Forgotten by Man, Remembered by God Genesis 40: 1-15, 23; 41: 1a, 9-16, 39-40 (pg. 30-32)
Never Waste a Crisis-Forgotten by Man, Remembered by God Genesis 40: 1-15, 23; 41: 1a, 9-16, 39-40 (pg. 30-32)
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The Man in the High Castle by Philip K. DickThe Man in the High Castle by Philip K. Dick
The version of the I ching or Book of Changes used and quoted in this novel is the Richard Wilhelm translation rendered into English by Cary F. Baynes, published by Pantheon Books, Bollingen Series XIX, 1950, by the Bollingen Foundation
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Red and Black Tragedy By Spyridon Mitsotakis July 4, 2012Red and Black Tragedy By Spyridon Mitsotakis July 4, 2012
Communism – going all the way back to Karl Marx himself. Not long before he produced the Communist Manifesto, Marx expressed his support for “the slavery of the Blacks” in a letter to a Russian acquaintance
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Did individual redemption or social control motivate American reformers during the Antebellum era?Did individual redemption or social control motivate American reformers during the Antebellum era?
President as a simple farmer and others showing him as a triumphant general.’1 While initially this may seem immaterial, the two separate portrayals of the Jackson take on immense significance when considered in the light of the reform movement that
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Annu. Rev. Sociol. 1997. 23: 411-30 CopyrightAnnu. Rev. Sociol. 1997. 23: 411-30 Copyright
Annu. Rev. Sociol. 1997. 23: 411–30 Copyright. 1997 by Annual Reviews Inc. All rights reserved
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The right and the good in hobbes’s moral philosophyThe right and the good in hobbes’s moral philosophy
Sidgwick 1967: 105. 1 We might, therefore, put Sidgwick’s point this way: Whereas ancient ethics recognized a single fundamental ethical concept and source of normative reasons, the good, modern ethics came to recognize two
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Undergraduate fall 2015 course descriptionsUndergraduate fall 2015 course descriptions
An historical introduction to philosophy through readings and discussions on topics such as human identity, human understanding, and human values
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A conflict Archaeological Study on the Landscapes of the Berlin WallA conflict Archaeological Study on the Landscapes of the Berlin Wall
It will examine, with the use of specific examples, how the Wall’s existence affected the city’s architectural and memorial landscapes showing how the two sides differed in their approaches to acceptable architecture and to the monuments of Germany’s
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The Last Year of Malcolm X: a study in African American HumanismThe Last Year of Malcolm X: a study in African American Humanism
Nation in March of 1964 until his death just fifty weeks later, Malcolm preached a radically different message. A critical reading of Malcolm X’s own words unmistakably reveal a deeply religious, intelligent
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By alison j. Clarke smithsonian institution pressBy alison j. Clarke smithsonian institution press
Tupperware had made its first appearance, and as soon as World War II ended and an era of American consumption could begin, the rest would be history. But what kind of history?
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The 911 cover-up: same song, different verse by dave hodges part 3 The End GameThe 911 cover-up: same song, different verse by dave hodges part 3 The End Game
Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature Anonymously commissioned Georgia Guidestones
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William goldmanWilliam goldman
By contrast, negotiators who did not engage in small talk were over four times more likely to reach an impasse, and ended up feeling resentful and angry about the negotiation
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