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The Silver Lining: Moral Deliberations in Modern Cinema

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...sponsible and accountable for the well-being and lives of those who wrong us? True Christians are, for instance. Moreover, most of us, most of the... ...ribed with ones and zeroes, etc.) – it is really a software application, in today's terminology. It carries out instructions, reads and writes, coun... ... of humanity – the tectonic clash between Rome and Byzantium, West and East, Judeo- Christianity and Islam – is still easily discernible. We are seat...

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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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Cyclopedia of Philosophy

By: Sam Vaknin

...te of Israel is not exclusionary. There are a million Israelis who are Arabs, both Christians and Muslims. It is true, though, that Jews have a sp... ... in the Old Testament - but man-eating goes virtually unmentioned. The Eucharist in Christianity - when the believers consume the actual body and bl... ...nial regime on its former colonies. Spearheaded by the United States, the white and Christian nations of the West embarked with missionary zeal on a... ...munity and violates the property rights of God, the imputed owner of one's spirit. Christianity regards the immortal soul as a gift and, in Jewish ... ...munity and violates the property rights of God, the imputed owner of one's spirit. Christianity regards the immortal soul as a gift and, in Jewish ... ...component of any legal battle, especially one involving interpretations, ambiguous terminology and the substantiation of intentions. The President ... ...e justice" deals with the just allocation of scarce resources. Yet, even the basic terminology is somewhat fuzzy. What constitutes a resource? what... ...pologies and predictions. A scientific theory should resort to primitive (atomic) terminology and all its complex (derived) terms and concepts sho... ...ypologies and predictions. A scientific theory should resort to primitive (atomic) terminology and all its complex (derived) terms and concepts sho...

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Man with No Name

By: Wally Amos

...not let Ruby find out. Ruby and Wallace were see­ ing to my getting a good Christian education because they had decided early in my youth that my cal... ...b making new friends and reconciling myself to high school procedures and terminology. But it was fun, stockpiling recipes and learning my way aroun...

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Modelling of Rationality...and Beyond the Physics

By: Gh. C. Dinulescu

...espect to such an approach, the theologian Marin Stefånescu stated in his ″Christian Philosophy″: < To be realistic does not mean to be materialistic... ...ly to confer a character of science even to religion, more precisely, to Christianity, the MESER concept brings forth logical arguments that foresha... ...which a character of divine revelation is attributed, and included by the Christianity in the system of the Ten Commandments, are most likely, the c... ...fic nomenclature must be revised in order to be consistent with the usual terminology. The Möbius strip, that sort of curved geometrical surface wit... ... to be counterbalance. Even the text of one of the fundamental prayers of Christianity, ″Our Father″, states: «…and do not lead us into temptation», ... ...ciating a mathematical connotation (of limitation- boundedness), to this terminology of Hasdeu, the unboundedness theory integrates itself into the... ... surprisingly compliant with the standards of natural morals specific for Christianity, when Christianity had not emerged, not even on The Holy Lan...

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Speculations and Physics

By: Sam Vaknin, Ph. D.

...980) Memory is a complete conscious state and it is reconstructed as such. In our terminology: the structure is hologramic and fractal-like. Laz... ...nance. Eisen It is the similarity of meanings which encourages memorizing. In my terminology: structures belong to the same hyperstructures or ne... ...isingly, many of the first spiritualists were ministers and other functionaries of Christian Churches. Three historic developments contributed to t... ...pologies and predictions. A scientific theory should resort to primitive (atomic) terminology and all its complex (derived) terms and concepts sho... ...ribed with ones and zeroes, etc.) it is really a software application, in today's terminology. It carries out instructions, reads and writes, coun... ...ips between objects and persons, or persons and persons. Some religions (Hinduism, Christian Science) shrug it off as an illusion, the outcome of o... ...occur it merely limns the limitations of our contemporary knowledge. To use Hume's terminology: it is never a miracle, merely a marvel (or an extra...

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Autobiography Truth and Fiction Relating to My Life

By: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

...of imitation, and the more so, as some- thing similar was commended by the Christian doctrine of patience. While on the subject of these family diseas... ...ich he gave 70 Autobiography me to understand that he was a good Catholic Christian. “Young gentleman, how came you here, and what are you doing?” he... ...ect. The girls, moreover, were pretty, and were far from displeased when a Christian lad, meeting them on the sabbath in the Fischerfeld, showed himse... ...ons, and in somewhat harsh and coarse touches sportively express that most Christian maxim, Let him who is without sin among you cast the first stone.... ... form of an earthly nour- ishment. This import is the same in all kinds of Christian churches: whether the sacrament is taken with more or less submis... ...re indeed somewhat monotonous, since they confined themselves to a certain terminology which might well have been compared to that of the later sentim... ...r, and thus promises to reveal what he con- ceals, and to mark down on the terminology which might well have been compared to that of the later sentim... ...lligible enough, except that one at last studied one’s self into a certain terminology, and, by using it according to one’s own fancy, believed that o...

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The Theory of the Leisure Class

By: Thorstein Veblen

... other of two divergent purposes of economic life. T o adapt the classical terminology, they are institutions of acquisition or of production; or to r... ...n great part made up of extremely sanguinary locu- tions borrowed from the terminology of warfare. Except where it is adopted as a necessary means of ... ...with the spread of the exoteric forms of faith — as, e.g., the Young Men’s Christian Association or the Young People’s Society for Christian Endeavor.... ...neighborhood guilds, the various organizations typified by the Young Men’s Christian Association and Young People’s Society for Chris- tian Endeavor, ... ... the sum of learning required of the scholar, and has thereby affected the terminology and diction employed 262 The Theory of the Leisure Class in th...

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The Wife and Other Stories

By: Anton Tchekhov

...you have not gone yet, Ivan Ivanitch. I forgot to ask you, do you know the Christian name of the president of our Zemstvo?” “ Andrey Stanislavovitch. ... ...ns. If any outsider could at such times overhear Nikolay’s free use of our terminology, he might perhaps imagine that he was a learned man disguised a... ...o dread, I must meet it as a teacher, a man of science, and a citizen of a Christian country ought to meet it, with courage and un- troubled soul. But...

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Essays

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

...takes the same delight in 45 Emerson subordinating every thing to the new terminology as a girl who has just learned botany in seeing a new earth and... ...r. It undergoes continual changes; it is barbarous, it is civilized, it is christianized, it is rich, it is scientific; but this change is not amelior... ...oes not encumber; whether we have not lost by refinement some energy, by a Christianity entrenched in establish- ments and forms some vigor of wild vi... ... wild virtue. For every Stoic was a Stoic; but in Christendom where is the Christian? There is no more deviation in the moral standard than in the sta... ...eal greatness. Pretension never wrote an Iliad, nor drove back Xerxes, nor christianized the world, nor abolished slavery. As much virtue as there is,... ...ent on the part of the narra- tor that he seems to think that his place in Christian Oxford requires of him some proper protestations of ab- horrence....

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The Varieties of Religious Experience

By: William James

...eek feel- ing—Systematic healthy-mindedness— Its reason- ableness— Liberal Christianity shows it— Optimism as encouraged by Popular Science— The “Mind... ...rieties of Religious Experience ness”— Yoga— Buddhistic mysticism— Sufism— Christian mystics— Their sense of revelation— Tonic effects of mystic state... ...ows the con- ventional observances of his country, whether it be Buddhist, Christian, or Mohammedan. His religion has been made for him by others, com... ... original gospel truth than men had ever known in En- gland. So far as our Christian sects today are evolv- ing into liberality, they are simply rever... ...rds I came to understand, that in the Emperor Diocletian’s time a thousand Christians were martyr’d in Lichfield. So I was to go, without my shoes, th... ..., 1899, p. 54. Although the disciples of the mind-cure often use Christian terminology, one sees from such quotations how widely their notion of the f...

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Democracy and Education

By: John Dewey

... oral or written reproduction. The scope of coordination (to use our prior terminology) is extremely limited. The connec- tions which are employed in ... ...ious development of all the powers of personal- ity” or in the more recent terminology of “social effi- ciency.” All this reinforces the statement whi... .... The signs are intended only to stand for things and acts. But scientific terminology has an additional use. It is de- signed, as we have seen, not t... ...he technique for the thing it- 293 John Dewey self; the apparatus and the terminology for reality, the method for its subject matter. Science does co... ...Chap- ter XVIII.) The present discussion is simply a formula- tion, in the terminology of philosophy, of various anti- thetical conceptions involved i... ...orld. Such periods have recurred in history. In the early centuries of the Christian era, the influential moral systems of Sto- icism, of monastic and... ... era, the influential moral systems of Sto- icism, of monastic and popular Christianity and other re- 356 Democracy & Education ligious movements of ...

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