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  • 141Commensurability (philosophy of science) — This article is about incommensurability in the philosophy of science. For other senses of this word, see commensurability. Commensurability (contrast with incommensurability) is a concept in the philosophy of science. Scientific theories are… …

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  • 142analytic philosophy — n. a 20th cent. philosophic movement characterized by its method of analyzing concepts and statements in the light of common experience and ordinary language so as to eliminate confusions of thought and resolve many traditional philosophical… …

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  • 143William Walker Atkinson — (December 5, 1862 November 22, 1932) was an attorney, merchant, publisher, and author, as well as an occultist and an American pioneer of New Thought movement. He is also known to have been the author of the pseudonymous works attributed to… …

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  • 144List of Fushigi Yūgi characters — This is a list of the major characters from the manga and anime series Fushigi Yūgi , as well as its prequel, Fushigi Yūgi Genbu Kaiden .uzakuInfobox animanga character color = #E34234 name = Miaka Yūki caption = voiced by = Kae Araki (Japanese)… …

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  • 145Scriptural Glosses —     Scriptural Glosses     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Scriptural Glosses     I. ETYMOLOGY AND PRINCIPAL MEANINGS     The modern English word gloss is derived directly from the Latin glossa, itself a transcript of the Greek glossa. In classical… …

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  • 146rude — 1 Rude, rough, crude, raw, callow, green, uncouth mean deficient in the qualities that make for finish or for perfection in development or in use. Rude, as applied to men and their minds, suggests a comparatively low state of culture or a dearth… …

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  • 147Ant — For other uses, see Ant (disambiguation). Ants Temporal range: 130–0 Ma …

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  • 148Rapture — For other meanings, see Rapture (disambiguation) …

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  • 149United States territory — is any extent of region under the jurisdiction of the federal government of the United States,Hurd, J. C. (1968). The law of freedom and bondage in the United States. New York: Negro Universities Press.Page 438 439.] including all waters… …

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  • 150Genetic engineering in fiction — Genetic engineering is a popular subject of fiction, especially science fiction.DiscussionDuring the early twentieth century, science fiction writers began to consider the possible alteration of human beings and other species, either through the… …

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  • 151Home Soil — ST episode name = Home Soil series = TNG ep num = 18 prod num = 117 date = February 22, 1988 writer = Robert Sabaroff director = Corey Allen guest = Walter Gotell, Elizabeth Lindsey, Gerard Prendergast stardate = 41463.9 year = 2364 prev = When… …

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  • 152Topics (Aristotle) — The Topics is the name given to one of Aristotle s six works on logic, collectively known as the Organon. The other five are: * Categories * De Interpretatione * Prior Analytics * Posterior Analytics * On Sophistical Refutations The Topics… …

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  • 153Asceticism — • The word asceticism comes from the Greek askesis which means practice, bodily exercise, and more especially, atheletic training Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Asceticism     Asceticism …

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  • 154Habit — • Habit is an effect of repeated acts and an aptitude to reproduce them, and may be defined as a quality difficult to change, whereby an agent whose nature it is to work one way or another indeterminately, is disposed easily and readily at will… …

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  • 155Michael Palmer — For other people named Michael Palmer, see Michael Palmer (disambiguation). Michael Palmer Palmer at the 2009 Brooklyn Book Festival, speaking on a panel devoted to Mahmoud Darwish. To his right is Sinan Antoon, and to his left is Russell Banks …

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  • 156Mystical Theology — • Mysticism and mystical prayer or contemplation considered from a Catholic perspective, along with a bibliography of famous Christian mystics Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Mystical Theology     Mystical Theology …

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  • 157Oil lamp — Neolithic stone lamps in Thousand Lamp Museum in Qiandeng town of Kunshan …

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  • 158Ariovistus — was a leader of the Suebi and other allied Germanic peoples in the second quarter of the 1st century BC. He and his followers took part in a war in Gaul, assisting the Arverni and Sequani to defeat their rivals the Aedui, and settled in large… …

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  • 159History of LSD — The psychedelic drug/entheogen LSD was first synthesized by the Swiss chemist Albert Hofmann in the Sandoz (now Novartis) laboratories in Basel, Switzerland in 1938. It was not until 5 years later on April 16, 1943, that the psychedelic… …

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  • 160Rindler coordinates — In relativistic physics, the Rindler coordinate chart is an important and useful coordinate chart representing part of flat spacetime, also called the Minkowski vacuum. The Rindler chart was introduced by Wolfgang Rindler. The Rindler coordinate… …

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