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  • 61Xenocrates — Infobox Philosopher region = Western Philosophy era = Ancient philosophy color = #B0C4DE image size = 200px image caption = Xenocrates name = Xenocrates birth = c. 396 BC, Chalcedon death = c. 314 BC, Athens school tradition = Platonism main… …

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  • 62Compatibilism and incompatibilism — For other uses of each of these words, see Compatibility. Compatibilism is the belief that free will and determinism are compatible ideas, and that it is possible to believe both without being logically inconsistent (people who hold this belief… …

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  • 63Thomas C. Hindman — Infobox Military Person name= Thomas Carmichael Hindman, Jr. lived= birth date|1828|01|28 ndash; death date|1868|09|27|1828|01|28 placeofbirth= Knoxville, Tennessee placeofdeath= Helena, Arkansas caption= Thomas C. Hindman, taken between 1861 and …

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  • 64Pierre Bayle — French literature …

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  • 65Logicism — is one of the schools of thought in the philosophy of mathematics, putting forth the theory that mathematics is an extension of logic and therefore some or all mathematics is reducible to logic.[1] Bertrand Russell and Alfred North Whitehead… …

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  • 66Pierre Frank — (born 24 October 1905, Paris – died 18 April 1984, Paris) was a French Trotskyist leader. He served on the secretariat of the Fourth International from 1948 to 1979.Educated as a chemical engineer, Frank was one of the first French Trotskyists,… …

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  • 67Mission (Christian) — A Christian mission has been widely defined, since the Lausanne Congress of 1974, as that which is designed to form a viable indigenous church planting movement. This definition is motivated by a theologically imperative theme of the Bible to… …

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  • 68Christoph von Sigwart — Full name Christoph von Sigwart Born 28 March 1830(1830 03 28) Tübingen, Württemberg …

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  • 69Richard Jones (economist) — For other people named Richard Jones, see Richard Jones. Richard Jones (1790 26 January 1855) was an English economist.Born at Tunbridge Wells, the son of a solicitor, he was intended for the legal profession, and was educated at Caius College,… …

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  • 70John O'Shanassy — Infobox Premier name =John O Shanassy nationality =Australian order =2nd Premier of Victoria term start =11 March 1857 term end =29 April 1857 term start2 =10 March 1858 term end2 =27 October 1859 term start3 =14 November 1861 term end3 =27 June… …

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  • 71Anarchism without adjectives — (from the Spanish anarquismo sin adjetivos ), in the words of historian George Richard Esenwein, referred to an unhyphenated form of anarchism, that is, a doctrine without any qualifying labels such as communist, collectivist, mutualist, or… …

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  • 72Augustan prose — is somewhat ill defined, as the definition of Augustan relies primarily upon changes in taste in poetry. However, the general time represented by Augustan literature saw a rise in prose writing as high literature. The essay, satire, and dialogue… …

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  • 73Alan Seeger — Alan Seeger, born on June 22, 1888 and died July 4, 1916, was an American poet who also fought in World War I.LifeBorn in New York, Seeger moved with his family to Staten Island at the age of one and remained there until the age of ten. In 1900,… …

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  • 74Hans Folz — (c. 1437–January 1513) was a notable medieval German author.Made a citizen of the city of Nürnberg, Germany in 1459 and master barber of the city in 1486, Folz was a reformer of the meistersangs, adding 27 new tones to those that had been allowed …

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  • 75Moonchild (novel) — Moonchild   …

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  • 76Case analysis — is one of the most general and applicable methods of analytical thinking, depending only on the division of a problem, decision or situation into a sufficient number of separate cases. Analysing each such case individually may be enough to… …

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  • 77Toccata and Fugue in F major, BWV 540 — The Toccata and Fugue in F Major, BWV 540 is an organ work written by J.S. Bach. The toccata is thought to be written after 1714, and the fugue before 1731. It is thought by some that Bach joined together two previously separate pieces to create… …

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  • 78Io Matua Kore — (Māori for Io the Parentless who was always existent without beginning or end ) is in some Māori traditions the supreme god.The Io tradition was restricted to only the highest mi. Tohunga ( priest or expert , the Māori equivalent of the Hawaiian… …

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  • 79Christianised rituals — were among the cultural features of the Mediterranean world that were adapted by the Early Christians, as part of the thorough going Christianization of pagan culture, which included the landscape (see Christianised sites) and the calendar (see… …

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  • 80Cratylus — This article is about the Athenian philosopher. For Plato s dialogue, see Cratylus (dialogue). Cratylus (ancient Greek: Κρατύλος, Kratylos) was an ancient Athenian philosopher from late 5th century BC, mostly known through his portrayal in Plato… …

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