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The mood it expresses is that of near despair about the future of man, and the warning is that unless the course of history changes, men all over the world will lose their most human qualities
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Locke and Aristotle on the Limits of LawLocke and Aristotle on the Limits of Law
Yet a careful reading of each shows that they recognize the other’s point and are both suspicious of legalism. Aristotle acts as a guide to why this difference in emphasis concerning extralegal action reveals their deep disagreement regarding the relationship
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Title: The End of Utopia: a study of Aldous Huxley\Title: The End of Utopia: a study of Aldous Huxley's “Brave New World”
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I recently discussed the Messiah’s meeting with Nicodemus in John 3, to illustrate the spiritual awakening undergirding the New Testament, that Nicodemus simply couldn’t quite grasp. You have done a truly inspired work on this subject
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The Age of Revolution in the Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal and South China Sea: a maritime PerspectiveThe Age of Revolution in the Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal and South China Sea: a maritime Perspective
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In 1983, Julia Ward Howe, eloquent and outspoken Unitarian laywoman, spoke at the Parliament of the World’s Religions at the 1893 Columbian Exposition, the Chicago World’s Fair. She asked the question
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