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  • 61Jean-Jacques Rousseau — This article is about the philosopher. For the post impressionist painter, see Henri Rousseau. For other uses, see Rousseau (disambiguation). Jean Jacques Rousseau Rousseau in 1753, by Maurice Quentin de La Tour Born 28 June 1712 …

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  • 62Muhammad ibn Zakariya ar-Razi — Infobox Philosopher region = Persian scholar era = Medieval era color = #B0C4DE image caption = European depiction of the Persian doctor Al Razi, in Gerard of Cremona Receuil des traites de medecine 1250 1260. [ Inventions et decouvertes au Moyen …

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  • 63Colombo Institute of Research & Psychology — Colombo Institute of Research and Psychology is a higher educational institution in Sri Lanka dedicated to providing education in the field of Psychology. CIRP also focuses on promoting research among the young population of the country. Contents …

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  • 64Berkeley, George — George Berkeley David Berman BACKGROUND AND EARLY WORK George Berkeley was born on 12 March 1685 in Co. Kilkenny, where he spent his early years. His father was from England, his mother (very probably) was born in Ireland.1 After attending… …

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  • 65Emma Goldman — Goldman circa 1911 Full name Emma Goldman Born June 27, 1869(1869 06 27) Kovno, Russian Empire Died May 14 …

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  • 66Fear of Freedom — (UK) Escape from Freedom (US) is one of the most famous books by psychoanalyst and social theorist Erich Fromm. It was published in 1941 by Routledge (UK) and explores the changing relationship humanity has had with the concept of freedom in the… …

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  • 67Charles Hampden-Turner — (29 September 1934 London, England) is a British management philosopher, and Senior Research Associate at the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge since 1990. He is the creator of Dilemma Theory, and co founder and Director of… …

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  • 68Jerusalem (Mendelssohn) — Title page of the first edition (Berlin: Friedrich Maurer, 1783) …

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  • 69Joseph Johnson (publisher) — 200px|thumb|right|Joseph Johnson (engraving by William Sharp after a painting by Moses Haughton) [Tyson, xvi.] Joseph Johnson (15 November 1738 – 20 December 1809) was an influential eighteenth century London bookseller. His publications covered… …

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  • 70List of Di-Gata Defenders episodes — Between the Megalith and Ethos Sagas, there are a total of 52 known episodes of Di Gata Defenders. The page is updated within four days after each time a new episode has aired. The updating follows along the Teletoon s Sunday 10:00 AM time block …

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  • 71Political abuse of psychiatry in the Soviet Union — Soviet Union …

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  • 721713 in literature — The year 1713 in literature involved some significant events.Events* Scriblerus Club is formed by Jonathan Swift, Alexander Pope, John Gay, John Arbuthnot, Thomas Parnell, Robert Harley, and Henry St. John. They meet at John Arbuthnot s house. *… …

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  • 73Femke Halsema — Infobox Politician name = Femke Halsema caption = birth date =Birth date and age|1966|4|25|df=y birth place =Haarlem, Netherlands residence = Amsterdam death date = death place = office = GreenLeft chair of the parliamentary party salary = term… …

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  • 74Stark Raving Dad — Infobox Simpsons episode episode name = Stark Raving Dad image caption = Homer presents the citizens of Springfield with Leon Kompowsky a.k.a. Michael Jackson. episode no = 36 prod code = 7F24 airdate = September 19, 1991 show runner = James L.… …

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  • 75Popular education — Critical pedagogy Major works Pedagogy of the Oppressed …

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  • 76Liberal Union — The Liberal Union (in Dutch: Liberale Unie ), or LU, was a Dutch liberal political party. A major party in its time, the LU was one of the historic predecessors of the Liberal State Party, and therefore of the People s Party for Freedom and… …

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  • 77Military Religious Freedom Foundation — The Military Religious Freedom Foundation is a watchdog / advocacy group and civil rights organization whose stated goals are to ensure that members of the United States Armed Forces receive the Constitutional guarantee of religious freedom to… …

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  • 78List of generic names of political parties — This list of generic names of political parties includes only lists of parties with generic names, not lists of parties with similar programs, e.g. liberal and green parties.seealso|List of political parties (by country)*Action Party **National… …

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  • 79Henry Louis Vivian Derozio — (10 April 1809 ndash; 26 December 1831) was a fiery Indian teacher and poet. As a lecturer at the Hindu College of Calcutta, he invigorated a large group of students to think independently; this Young Bengal group played a key role in the Bengal… …

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  • 80Christina of Sweden — Infobox Swedish Royalty|monarch name = Christina full name = Christina Augusta or Christina Alexandra title = Queen of Sweden caption = reign = 6 November 1632 – 6 June 1654 coronation = 20 October 1650 full name = predecessor = Gustav II Adolf… …

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