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  • 101Comma Johanneum — The Comma Johanneum is a comma (a short clause) in the First Epistle of John (1 John 5:7–8) according to the Latin Vulgate text as transmitted since the Early Middle Ages, based on Vetus Latina minority readings dating to the 7th… …

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  • 102Karnataka literature — denotes to the wealth of literature created in the region of Karnataka in South India roughly corresponding to the modern state of Karnataka. This literature includes works in Sanskrit and Kannada.Western Ganga Dynasty (350 999)* Pujyapada (… …

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  • 103Yiddish dialects — are varieties of the Yiddish language. These dialects are divided by originating region in Europe. Northeastern Litvish Yiddish was dominant in twentieth century Yiddish culture and academia, while Southern dialects of Yiddish are now the most… …

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  • 104Date of the Tolkappiyam — The dating of the earliest Tamil grammatical treatise Tolkappiyam has been debated much and it is still imprecise and uncertain [1][2][3] and has seen wide disagreements amongst scholars in the field.[3][4] …

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  • 105linguistics — /ling gwis tiks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) the science of language, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, and historical linguistics. [1850 55; see LINGUISTIC, ICS] * * * Study of the nature and structure of… …

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  • 106Philosophy and its background in the early medieval West — Rosamond McKitterick and John Marenbon ‘Libraries, schools and the dissemination of texts’ is by Rosamond McKitterick; the ‘Introduction’ and ‘Philosophical themes’ are by John Marenbon. INTRODUCTION The period from 800 to 1100 is even more… …

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  • 107Spinoza: metaphysics and knowledge — G.H.R.Parkinson The philosophical writings of Spinoza are notoriously obscure, and they have been interpreted in many ways. Some interpreters see Spinoza as (in the words of a contemporary)1 ‘the reformer of the new [sc. Cartesian] philosophy’.… …

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  • 108History of science — History of science …

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  • 109Johannes Kepler — Infobox Scientist name = Johannes Kepler |175px image width = 175px caption = A 1610 portrait of Johannes Kepler by an unknown artist birth date = Birth date|1571|12|27 birth place = Weil der Stadt near Stuttgart, Germany residence = Baden… …

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  • 110Averroes — Ibn Rušd (ابن رشد) Averroes Statue of Averroes in Cordoba Full name ʾAbū l Walīd Muḥammad ibn ʾAḥmad ibn Rušd …

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  • 111Solomon ibn Gabirol — Solomon ibn Gabirol, also Solomon ben Judah ( he. שלמה בן יהודה אבן גבירול, Shelomo ben Yehuda ibn Gevirol ; ar. أبو أيوب سليمان بن يحيى بن جبيرول, Abu Ayyūb Suleiman ibn Yahya ibn Jabirūl ; la. Avicebron, a corruption of Ibn Gabirol ) was an… …

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  • 112Spanish literature — Introduction       the body of literary works produced in Spain. Such works fall into three major language divisions: Castilian, Catalan, and Galician. This article provides a brief historical account of each of these three literatures and… …

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  • 113Alberti, Leon Battista — (1404 1472)    Italian humanist and architect, unusual in that he bridged the social gap between the educated humanist and the practicing artist. Born at Genoa as the illegitimate son of an exiled Florentine banker, he studied law at Bologna but… …

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  • 114Christian mortalism — incorporates the belief that the human soul is not naturally immortal,[1][2][3][4][5] and the belief that the soul is uncomprehending during the time between bodily death and Judgment Day resurrection …

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  • 115Late medieval philosophy, 1350–1500 — Zénon Kaluza INTRODUCTION No fact in philosophical or other history underlies the commonlymade division of fourteenth century philosophy around the year 1350, except perhaps the Black Death of 1348–9, which overcame the Oxford masters and… …

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  • 116Tamil language — Tamil தமிழ் tamiḻ Pronunciation [t̪ɐmɨɻ] Spoken in India, Sri Lanka, Singapore, where it has offi …

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  • 117Enlightenment (The Scottish) — The Scottish Enlightenment M.A.Stewart INTRODUCTION The term ‘Scottish Enlightenment’ is used to characterize a hundred years of intellectual and cultural endeavour that started around the second decade of the eighteenth century. Our knowledge of …

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  • 118Pujyapada — Ācārya Pūjyapāda who lived in the 5th century of the Common Era was a renowned grammarian and saint belonging to the Digambara tradition of Jains. Before initiation as a Jain ascetic, he was known as Devanandi. Since it was believed that he was… …

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  • 119ancient Rome — ▪ ancient state, Europe, Africa, and Asia Introduction       the state centred on the city of Rome. This article discusses the period from the founding of the city and the regal period, which began in 753 BC, through the events leading to the… …

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  • 120The Seven Liberal Arts —     The Seven Liberal Arts     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Seven Liberal Arts     The expression artes liberales, chiefly used during the Middle Ages, does not mean arts as we understand the word at this present day, but those branches of… …

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