Rudolf steinerRudolf steiner
First printed 1927 (Anthroposophical Publishing Co.)
2nd edition, 1965
2nd impression of 2nd edition, 1971
3rd impression of 2nd edition, 1975
4th impression of 2nd edition, 1981
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To demonstrate To add facts: In additionTo demonstrate To add facts: In addition
Part III. List of Literary Works we read in class this year
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Document: Anson G. Henry to John R. McBride, August 7, 1863Document: Anson G. Henry to John R. McBride, August 7, 1863
John Rogers McBride was a Congressman from Oregon, serving from 1863 to 1865. After leaving Congress, he was appointed by Lincoln to be chief justice of Idaho Territory
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The Newtonian Synthesis The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy The Falling AppleThe Newtonian Synthesis The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy The Falling Apple
According to Newton, it was while he was in the orchard at Woolsthorpe during the plague years of 1665-1666 that he noticed an apple fall and realized that whatever made it fall also kept the Moon in its orbit around the Earth
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January 11, 2013 The Physics of Break DancingJanuary 11, 2013 The Physics of Break Dancing
Not only is bboying a highly physically demanding sport or art, but it is complicated and uses a lot of physics in order to become good and fluent. Two popular moves that are attention grabbing are flares and windmills
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Summer term 2006 \"Nature perfected\"Summer term 2006 "Nature perfected"
A branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of the beautiful and with judgements concerning beauty.”
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Marcus tullius ciceroMarcus tullius cicero
His letters are collected in four volumes; his books include De Amicitiae (On Friendship), De Officiis (On Duty), De Oratore
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