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  • 161 Corporatism — This article is about the general social theory. For business influence in politics, see Corporatocracy. For Corporate influence in society, see Corporacracy. Corporatism …

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  • 162 Eastern Orthodox Church — Orthodox Catholic Church and Orthodox Christian Church redirect here. For other uses of the term, see Orthodox (disambiguation). Not to be confused with Oriental Orthodox Churches. See also: Eastern Christianity and Orthodoxy by country The… …

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  • 163 Historicism — refers to philosophical theories that include one or both of two claims:# that there is an organic succession of developments, a notion also known as historism (in German historismus ), and/or; # that local conditions and peculiarities influence… …

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  • 164 Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowdon — Princess Margaret redirects here. For other uses, see Princess Margaret (disambiguation). Countess of Snowdon redirects here. For the title, see Earldom of Snowdon. Princess Margaret Countess of Snowdon Spouse …

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  • 165 Divorce — For other uses, see Divorce (disambiguation). Family law …

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  • 166 Dialectic — The School of Athens, by Raphael. Dialectic (also dialectics and the dialectical method) is a method of argument for resolving disagreement that has been central to Indic and European philosophy since antiquity. The word dialectic originated in… …

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  • 167 Autonomous communities of Spain — Autonomous community Category Autonomous area Location Spain Created by Spanish Constitution …

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  • 168 Force Bill — The United States Force Bill (enacted March 21833) authorized U.S. President Andrew Jackson s use of whatever force necessary to enforce tariffs. It was intended to suppress South Carolina s nullification of tariffs. Opponents of the bill… …

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  • 169 Herman Dooyeweerd — (7 October 1894, Amsterdam 12 February 1977) was a Dutch juridical scholar by training, who by vocation was a philosopher and the founder of the philosophy of the cosmonomic idea. He received early support for his work from his brother in law D.… …

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  • 170 Southern Rhodesia — Infobox Former Country native name = conventional long name = Colony of Southern Rhodesia common name = Southern Rhodesia| continent = Africa region = Southern Africa country = Zimbabwe era = status = Colony empire = United Kingdom government… …

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  • 171 Mrs Craddock —   Author(s) William Somerset Maugham Country …

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  • 172 Whig history — or Whiggish historiography presents the past as an inevitable progression towards ever greater liberty and enlightenment, culminating in modern forms of liberal democracy and constitutional monarchy. In general, Whig historians stress the rise of …

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  • 173 Spanish Constitution of 1978 — Constitucion de España Copy of the Spanish Constitution displayed at the Palace of the Cortes. Created 31 October 1978 …

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  • 174 Commodity fetishism — Part of a series on Marxism …

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  • 175 Picquart's Investigations of the Dreyfus Affair — While Alfred Dreyfus was serving his sentence on Devil s Island back in France a number of people began to question his guilt. The most notable of these was Major Georges Picquart.Colonel PicquartNot long after the condemnation of Alfred Dreyfus …

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  • 176 Mihail Kogălniceanu — For other uses, see Mihail Kogălniceanu (disambiguation). Mihail Kogălniceanu Prime Minister of Romania In office October 11, 1863 – January 26, 1865 …

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  • 177 Centre Democrats (Netherlands) — Centre Democrats Centrumdemocraten / Centrum Democraten …

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  • 178 Bulstrode Whitelocke — Sir Bulstrode Whitelocke (6 August 1605 – 28 July 1675) was an English lawyer, writer, parliamentarian and Lord Keeper of the Great Seal of England. Biography He was the eldest son of Sir James Whitelocke, born in Fleet Street, London and… …

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  • 179 First Schleswig War — Infobox Military Conflict caption=Danish soldiers return to Copenhagen, 1849 , by Otto Bache (1839 1927), 1894 partof= conflict=First Schleswig War date=March 24 1848 1851 place=Schleswig / Jutland casus= territory=Schleswig Holstein re united… …

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  • 180 Nondualism — is a term used to denote affinity, or unity, rather than duality or separateness or multiplicity. In reference to the universe it may be used to denote the idea that things appear distinct while not being separate. The term nondual (meaning not… …

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