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  • 81ẒADDIK, JOSEPH BEN JACOB IBN — (d. 1149), philosopher and poet. Little is known of his life. From 1138 ibn Ẓaddik held the position of dayyan in Cordoba. He exchanged verses with   judah halevi and was in contact with moses ibn ezra , his contemporaries, and wrote liturgical… …

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  • 82Corporal — Cor po*ral, a. [L. corporalis, fr. corpus body. See {Corpse}.] 1. Belonging or relating to the body; bodily. Past corporal toil. Shak. [1913 Webster] Pillories and other corporal infections. Milton. [1913 Webster] {Corporal punishment} (law),… …

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  • 83Corporal punishment — Corporal Cor po*ral, a. [L. corporalis, fr. corpus body. See {Corpse}.] 1. Belonging or relating to the body; bodily. Past corporal toil. Shak. [1913 Webster] Pillories and other corporal infections. Milton. [1913 Webster] {Corporal punishment}… …

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  • 84Wolfgang Smith — Infobox Philosopher region = Western philosophy era = 20th century philosophy color = lightsteelblue image size = 150px image caption = Replaceable placeholder image. name = J. Wolfgang Smith birth = Birth year and age|1930 school tradition =… …

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  • 85History of English land law — Material here has been extracted from the 1911 Britannica encyclopedia. The history of English land law derives from a mixture of Roman, Norman and modern legislative sources.OutlineSuch terms as fee or homage carry us back into feudal times.… …

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  • 86drawing — /draw ing/, n. 1. the act of a person or thing that draws. 2. a graphic representation by lines of an object or idea, as with a pencil; a delineation of form without reference to color. 3. a sketch, plan, or design, esp. one made with pen, pencil …

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  • 87Cause — • Cause, as the correlative of effect, is understood as being that which in any way gives existence to, or contributes towards the existence of, any thing; which produces a result; to which the origin of any thing is to be ascribed Catholic… …

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  • 88material# — material adj 1 Material, physical, corporeal, phenomenal, sensible, objective are comparable when they mean belonging to or having a relation to things that belong to the world of actuality or of things apparent to the senses. Material applies to …

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  • 89List of extraterrestrials in fiction by type — This is a list of extraterrestrial species that have appeared in various works of fiction, sorted by type. Some aliens fit into more than one category, and so appear on the list twice.Humanoid extraterrestrialsMost aliens are humanoid if not… …

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  • 90René Guénon — Infobox Philosopher region = Western Eastern philosophies esotericisms era = 20th century philosophy color = lightsteelblue image size = 250px image caption = A 1925 studio photo portrait (age age|1886|11|15|1925|7|1). name = René Jean Marie… …

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  • 91The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray — (written by Chris Wooding, published 2001 by Scholastic Books) is a Gothic, steampunk horror/fantasy/alternate history novel about Victorian London overrun by the wych kin, demonic creatures that have rendered the city uninhabitable south of the… …

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  • 92philosophy, Western — Introduction       history of Western philosophy from its development among the ancient Greeks to the present.       This article has three basic purposes: (1) to provide an overview of the history of philosophy in the West, (2) to relate… …

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  • 93Sacraments — • Presents the necessity, the nature, the origin and cause, the number, the effects, the minister, and the recipient of the Sacraments Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Sacraments     Sacraments …

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  • 94Augustine — Gerard O’Daly 1 LIFE AND PHILOSOPHICAL READINGS Augustine was born in Thagaste (modern Souk Ahras in Algeria) in Roman North Africa in AD 354. He died as bishop of Hippo (now Annaba, Algeria) in 430. His education followed the standard Roman… …

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  • 95Averroes — Alfred Ivry Abū’l Walīd Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad ibn Rushd (1126–98) needs to be known only as Averroes to be familiar to students of philosophy in the West. Greatly respected as a commentator on Aristotle’s writings, Averroes was also strongly… …

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  • 96Thomas Aquinas — Brian Davies OP Thomas Aquinas, son of Landulf d’Aquino and his wife Theodora, was born sometime between 1224 and 1226 in what was then the Kingdom of Naples.1 After a childhood education at the Benedictine monastery of Monte Cassino, he studied… …

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  • 97Seventeenth-century materialism: Gassendi and Hobbes — T.Sorell In the English speaking world Pierre Gassendi is probably best known as the author of a set of Objections to Descartes’s Meditations. These Objections, the fifth of seven sets collected by Mersenne, are relatively long and full, and… …

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  • 98bodily — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. corporeal, physical, material. adv. wholly, entire. See whole, substance. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Concerning the body] Syn. corporeal, corporal, physical, carnal, fleshly, somatic, incarnate,… …

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  • 99bodily — bodily, physical, corporeal, corporal, somatic are comparable when used narrowly to mean of or relating to the human body. Bodily suggests opposition to mental or intellectual {so engrossed in thought as to be unaware of his bodily needs} {he has …

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  • 100ANTHROPOMORPHISM — ANTHROPOMORPHISM, the attribution to God of human physical form or psychological characteristics. Anthropomorphism is a normal phenomenon in all primitive and ancient polytheistic religions. In Jewish literary sources from the Bible to the… …

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