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  • 81Antitheism — (sometimes anti theism) is active opposition to theism. The etymological root of the word comes from the Greek anti and theismos . The term has had a range of applications; in secular contexts, it typically refers to direct opposition to belief… …

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  • 82Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi — Al Razi redirects here. For the Islamic theologian and philosopher, see Fakhr al Din al Razi. For other uses, see Razi (disambiguation). Muhammad ibn Zakariyā Rāzī Razi was the preeminent pharmacist and physician of his time. Full name Muhammad… …

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  • 83Istanbul Bilgi University — Motto in English We do not learn for the school, but for life Established 1994 Type Private …

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  • 84Spinoza —     Benedict Spinoza     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Benedict Spinoza     (d Espinosa, Despinoza).     Born at Amsterdam, 24 Nov., 1632; died at The Hague, 21 Feb., 1677. He belonged to a family of Jewish merchants of moderate means, and was… …

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  • 85A Room with a View (film) — Infobox Film | name = A Room with a View caption = original movie poster director = James Ivory producer = Ismail Merchant writer = Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (based on the novel by E.M. Forster) starring =Maggie Smith Helena Bonham Carter Denholm… …

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  • 86Brave New World (film) — Infobox Film name = Brave New World image size = caption = director = Leslie Libman, Larry Williams producer = Michael R. Joyce writer = Dan Mazur (teleplay), David Tausik (teleplay) narrator = starring = Peter Gallagher Leonard Nimoy Tim Guinee… …

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  • 87The Night Watch (Waters novel) — infobox Book | name = The Night Watch title orig = translator = image caption = UK first edition cover author = Sarah Waters illustrator = cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre = Historical fiction publisher =… …

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  • 88New Zealand Defence College — Established 1950 Type Military college Undergraduates Diploma of Arts, Postgraduates Master of Arts (Defence and Strategic Studies) Location …

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  • 89Alyss Heart — is a fictional character in The Looking Glass Wars and its sequel, Seeing Redd by Frank Beddor. The stories are based on Lewis Carrol s Alice in Wonderland books and Alyss is based on the character Alice. The preface of the novels is that… …

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  • 90List of atheists (philosophy) — Philosophy* John Anderson (1893 ndash;1962): Scottish born Australian philosopher, founder of the empirical maphilosophy known as Sydney realism . [ This degree of radicalism Sydney could endure. But what of a man who had signed up as a communist …

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  • 91Collins, Anthony — ▪ British theologian born June 21, 1676, Heston, Middlesex, Eng. died Dec. 13, 1729, London       prolific and provocative English Deist and freethinker and friend of the philosopher John Locke.       In Collins first noteworthy work, Essay… …

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  • 92Christina, Queen of Sweden — For other Swedish royalty named Christina, see Christina of Sweden (disambiguation). Christina Christina by Sébastien Bourdon …

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  • 93Liberalism by country — Liberal democratic redirects here. For the form of government, see Liberal democracy. This article is about liberalism as a political current in specific regions and countries. For the conceptual background, see Liberalism …

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  • 94Freethought — is a philosophical viewpoint that holds that beliefs should be formed on the basis of science and logic and should not be influenced by emotion, authority, tradition, or any dogma. The cognitive application of freethought is known as freethinking …

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  • 95CIA activities in Russia and Europe — Main article: Central Intelligence Agency This article deals with the activities of the United States Central Intelligence Agency in Russia and Europe. Contents 1 European regional 1.1 Radio Free Europe (gray psychological operations) …

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  • 96Iran — /i ran , i rahn , uy ran /, n. a republic in SW Asia. 67,540,002; ab. 635,000 sq. mi. (1,644,650 sq. km). Cap.: Teheran. Formerly (until 1935), Persia. * * * Iran Introduction Iran Background: Known as Persia until 1935, Iran became an Islamic… …

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  • 97DEISTS — DEISTS, adherents of a rationalist movement that arose in the 17th and 18th centuries as an attempt to explain the Bible and create a theology based on the rules of logic and the sciences. Deism arose in the middle of the 17th century out of the… …

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  • 98William Penn — For other uses, see William Penn (disambiguation). William Penn Portrait of William Penn Born October 14, 1644(1644 10 14) London, England …

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  • 99Paleolibertarianism — Part of a series on Libertarianism …

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  • 100Christian Historical Union — Christelijk Historische Unie Leader Alexander de Savornin Lohman (1908 1921) Jan de Schokking (1922 1925) Dirk Jan de Geer (1925 1939) Hendrikus Tilanus (1939 1962) Henk Beernink (1963 1970) Berend …

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