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Empire and Wars

By: Sam Vaknin

...ed with absolute power.'' As would Jose Ortega y Gasset (The Revolt of the Masses, 1932): "A characteristic of our times is the predominance, even ... ..., from a base of 23 million citizens. Infant mortality is 61-93 per thousand live births, depending on the source. Of those who survive, another ... ...- men now survive to the ripe old age of 57. Infant mortality, at 93 in 1000 live births, soared. Three fifths of the population depend on an effi...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

..., unqualified, unqualifiable..." (Jose Ortega y Gasset - The Revolt of the Masses, 1932) Can Science be passionate? This question seems to sum up... ...ne third in Russia's impoverished, inebriated, disillusioned, and ageing citizenry. Births in many countries in the rich, industrialized, West are b... ...structures or networks along a common string in the field of potentials. Bartlett (1932) and Nacer (1967) Memory does not reflect reality. It is it...

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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

..., unqualified, unqualifiable..." (Jose Ortega y Gasset - The Revolt of the Masses, 1932) Can Science be passionate? This question seems to sum up... ...ne third in Russia's impoverished, inebriated, disillusioned, and ageing citizenry. Births in many countries in the rich, industrialized, West are b... ...structures or networks along a common string in the field of potentials. Bartlett (1932) and Nacer (1967) Memory does not reflect reality. It is it...

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