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  • 81ac·qui·si·tion — /ˌækwəˈzıʃən/ noun, pl tions 1 [noncount] : the act of getting or acquiring something: such as 1 a : the act or process of gaining skill, knowledge, etc. the acquisition of knowledge foreign language …

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  • 82Tjurunga — is also a genus of spiders (family Stiphidiidae) Churinga and Tjuringa redirect here. For the moth genus, see Churinga (moth). A Tjurunga or as it sometimes spelled, Churinga, is an object of religious significance by Central Australian… …

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  • 83study — studiable, adj. studier, n. /stud ee/, n., pl. studies, v., studied, studying. n. 1. application of the mind to the acquisition of knowledge, as by reading, investigation, or reflection: long hours of study. 2. the cultivation of a particular… …

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  • 84Agnosticism — • A philosophical theory of the limitations of knowledge, professing doubt of or disbelief in some or all of the powers of knowing possessed by the human mind Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Agnosticism     Agnosticism …

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  • 85W. Edwards Deming — Born October 14, 1900(1900 10 14) Sioux City, Iowa, USA …

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  • 86Objectivist epistemology — Objectivism s epistemology, like the other branches of Objectivism, was present in some form ever since the publication of Atlas Shrugged . However, it was most fully explained in Rand s 1967 work Introduction to Objectivist Epistemology . Rand… …

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  • 87Mobile Assisted Language Learning — Contents 1 Definition 2 History 3 Current Trends 4 The Future of MALL 5 MALL Professional Organi …

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  • 88A Guide for the Perplexed — is a short book by E.F. Schumacher, published in 1977. Schumacher himself considered A Guide for the Perplexed to be his most important achievement, although he was better known for his 1974 environmental economics bestseller Small Is Beautiful …

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  • 89study — /ˈstʌdi / (say studee) noun (plural studies) 1. application of the mind to the acquisition of knowledge, as by reading, investigation, or reflection. 2. the cultivation of a particular branch of learning, science, or art: the study of law. 3. a… …

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  • 90Bertrand Russell — Infobox Philosopher region = Western Philosophy era = 20th century philosophy color = #B0C4DE image caption = Russell in 1907 image size = 150px name = Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell birth = birth date|df=yes|1872|5|18 Trellech …

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  • 91Relationship between religion and science — Part of a series on Science …

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  • 92Design methods — is a broad area that focuses on: Divergence – Exploring possibilities and constraints of inherited situations by applying critical thinking through qualitative and quantitative research methods to create new understanding (problem space) toward… …

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  • 93Dust (His Dark Materials) — Dust in Philip Pullman s trilogy of novels His Dark Materials is a mysterious cosmic particle that is integral to the plot. In Northern Lights, Lord Asriel reveals the origins of the term Dust to be from a passage from the slightly alternate… …

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  • 94Pramāṇa-samuccaya — The Pramāṇa samuccaya ( A Compendium of Validities ) is a work by Dignāga, the early medieval Indian Buddhist logician and epistemologist, which may be seen as the definitive statement of his epistemological work. The work comprises an outline in …

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  • 95Idea — • The word was originally Greek, but passed without change into Latin. It seems first to have meant form, shape, or appearance, whence, by an easy transition, it acquired the connotation of nature, or kind Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight.… …

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  • 96Augustine of Hippo — This article is about the theologian and philosopher, Augustine of Hippo. For his theodicy regarding the problem of evil, see Augustinian theodicy. Augustine , Saint Augustine , and Augustinus redirect here. For other uses, see Augustine… …

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  • 97Arabian School of Philosophy — • A circumstance which favoured the study of letters and philosophy was the accession to the throne about A.D. 750 of the Abassides, an enlightened line of Caliphs who encouraged learning, and patronized the representatives, chiefly Syrian and… …

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  • 98science — [ sjɑ̃s ] n. f. • 1080; lat. scientia, de scire « savoir » I ♦ 1 ♦ Vx ou littér. Connaissance exacte et approfondie. ⇒ connaissance, 2. savoir. L arbre de la science du bien et du mal. Science de l avenir. ⇒ prescience. Savoir qqch. de science… …

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  • 99learning — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Acquisition of knowledge Nouns 1. learning, assimilation, absorption; erudition, knowledge; humanity, wisdom, breeding; study, education, schooling; reading, inquiry, contemplation; apprenticeship,… …

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  • 100Democratic education — Liberalism …

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