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Paradoxism and Postmodernism in Florenitin Smarandache's Work

By: Ion Soare

...he current named hermetism. As well as other denominations from the literary terminology, at an attentive analysis, also this one proves to be ins... ...rbian work’s researchers: to look for the influence of the mathematics in the terminology used by the founder of paradoxism in titles of volumes and ... ... (full of strange, absurd contradictions). The relative abundant mathematical terminology used by Smarandache in his creation, especially in poetry ... ...Indians. They have no school in their language. They’ve forced them to become Christians”. Only at the last two-three 32 pages the author seems t...

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What Is Man and Other Essays of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain

...ou a little story: Once upon a time an Infidel was guest in the house of a Christian widow whose little boy was ill and near to death. The Infidel oft... ...is progress in his new trend was steady and rapid. He became a believ ing Christian. And now his remorse for having robbed the dying boy of his faith... ...ake us uncomfortable. Many an infidel would not have been troubled by that Christian mother’s distress. Don’t you believe that? Y.M. Yes. You might al... ...on Warriors, and the Salvation Warriors Zoroastrians, and the Zoroastrians Christian Scientists, and the Christian Scien tists Mormons—and so on? Y.M... ...stion Y.M. You keep me confused and perplexed all the time by your elusive terminology. Sometimes you divide a man up into two or three separate perso... ...ic; the founding of the empire; the breaking up of the empire; the rise of Christianity upon its ruins; the spread of the religion to other lands—and ...

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