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  • 101Pantheism — • The false theory according to which God and the world are one Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Pantheism     Pantheism     † …

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  • 102Scepticism — • Etymology of the word based on a Greek term meaning speculation, doubt Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Scepticism     Scepticism      …

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  • 103Spanish-American Literature — • The literature produced by the Spanish speaking peoples of Mexico, Central America, Cuba and adjacent islands, and of South America with the notable exceptions of Brazil (whose speech is Portuguese) and the Guianas Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin… …

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  • 104Suger — • Abbot of St Denis, statesman and historian, b. probably at or near St Denis, about 1081; d. there, 13 Jan., 1151 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Suger     Suger      …

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  • 105Antonio Vieira —     Antonio Vieira     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Antonio Vieira     Missionary, diplomat, orator, b. at Lisbon, 6 February, 1608; d. at Bahia, Brazil, 18 July, 1697. Brought when a child to Bahia, he studied under the Jesuits, and entered the… …

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  • 106Imposters —     Impostors     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Impostors     Under this heading we may notice a certain number of objectionable characters who, while not of sufficient importance to claim separate treatment, have at various epochs so far achieved… …

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  • 107Lorenzo Campeggio —     Lorenzo Campeggio     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Lorenzo Campeggio     Cardinal, an eminent canonist, ecclesiastical diplomat, and reformer, b. 1472 (1474) at Bologna, the son of Giovanni Campeggio, a famous civil lawyer; d. at Rome, 25 July,… …

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  • 108Benedict XIII —     Pope Benedict XIII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Benedict XIII     (PIETRO FRANCESCO ORSINI)     Born 2 February, 1649; died 23 February, 1730. Being a son of Ferdinando Orsini and Giovanna Frangipani of Tolpha, he belonged to the… …

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  • 109Pope Benedict XIII —     Pope Benedict XIII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Benedict XIII     (PIETRO FRANCESCO ORSINI)     Born 2 February, 1649; died 23 February, 1730. Being a son of Ferdinando Orsini and Giovanna Frangipani of Tolpha, he belonged to the… …

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  • 110Gan Yang — b. 1952, Hangzhou Intellectual A leading Beijing based intellectual activist during the ‘culture fever’ (wenhuare) of the 1980s, Gan Yang played an instrumental role in founding the book series, Culture: China and the World (Wenhua: Zhongguo yü… …

    Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

  • 111Mission (Christianity) — For other uses, see Mission (disambiguation). Part of a series on Christianity …

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  • 112Draped Bust dollar — Bust Dollar United States Value 1.00 U.S. dollars Mass  26.96 g Diameter  39–40 mm Edge Lettered …

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  • 113Alan Seeger — in seiner Uniform der Fremdenlegion Der 22 jährige Alan Seeger während seiner Zeit als Harvard Student Alan Seeger (* 22. Juni 1888 in …

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  • 114Peripatetic school (The) — The Peripatetic school1 Robert W.Sharples THE HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL AND OF ARISTOTLE’S WRITINGS The history of Peripatetic philosophy after Aristotle falls into two phases, divided by the renewal of interest in the works we now possess after… …

    History of philosophy

  • 115assimilation — (tashbih, lit. ‘making similar’)    The act of comparing God to His creatures, thus conceiving of Him as corporeal, finite and imperfect. Although there are numerous Qur’anic passages in which God is described in rather human terms,… …

    Islamic philosophy dictionary

  • 116Islamism —    Islamism, sometimes loosely referred to as Islamic ‘fundamentalism’, is a broad and contested term. It is typically seen as comprising a number of political movements in the Islamic world, which strive to recapture the putatively original,… …

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  • 117al-Shahrastani, Abu al-Fath — (c. 479–548/1087–1153)    Al Shahrastani is something of a contested figure in the history of Islamic philosophical theology. He has often been cast as an Ash‘arite of the ‘modern’ variety and accordingly lumped together with figures such as al… …

    Islamic philosophy dictionary

  • 118utter — English has two distinct words utter, but they come from the same ultimate source – out. The older, ‘complete, thorough going’ [OE] originated as a comparative form of out (or ūt, as it was in the Old English period), and so morphologically is… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 119ARIANISM —    CHRISTIANITY S most troublesome schism named after its principle exponent ARIUS who was a thorough going Greek RATIONALIST who inherited the almost universally held LOGOS CHRISTOLOGY of the Eastern Roman Empire. He contended that GOD was… …

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  • 120FEUERBACH, Ludwig Andreas — (1804 1872)    German MATERIALIST philosopher famous for his statement A man is what he eats which he used to explain English victories over Irish rebels. He studied under HEGEL whose idealism he rejected in favor of a thorough going materialism …

    Concise dictionary of Religion