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  • Soul"). In India he is generally regarded as Bapu (Gujarati: બાપુ bāpu "father"), Jathi Pitha and Raashtra Pita; he was an advocate and pioneer of nonviolent
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  • case of history, these do not use truths of the same kind; they do not apply science to the criticism of science. They apply the social sciences, and
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  • p. 16 All of science is nothing more than the refinement of everyday thinking. "Physics and Reality" in the Journal of the Franklin Institute Vol. 221
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  • Claremont Institute. The nation, at its birth, had been dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal... The proposition of equality was
    464 KB (60,638 words) - 16:55, 28 July 2016
  • accumulation of futile exercises of our lower capacities of mind and memory called the "Sciences", and from the innumerable divisions of all sorts of histories
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  • Court a medical amicus brief that was joined by all the deans of the public medical schools in Texas. It was joined by numerous other professors of medicine
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  • extremely complicated problem in the sciences. So the actual sciences tell us virtually nothing about human affairs. Science in the Dock, Discussion with Noam
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  • long Christian tradition, Jesus of Nazareth himself, coming down through Mahatma Gandhi of India, who took the love ethic of Jesus Christ and made it effective
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  • truths of Christian metaphysics. This erroneous general belief, which sustains medicine and produces all medical results, works against Christian Science[.]
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  • Jimmy Carter (category Presidents of the United States)
    assume the status of culpability. Statement quoted in the Los Angeles Times (25 March 1977) Democracy’s great recent successes — in India, Portugal, Spain
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  • to a Lady. When all the medical officers have retired for the night, and silence and darkness have settled down upon those miles of prostrate sick, she
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  • Act was instituted to regulate stage hypnotists' public entertainments. British Hypnotism Act, in History of hypnosis International Medical and Dental
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  • an achievement of all its peoples from the Portuguese-speaking Catholic Goans to the Zoroastrian Parsis. An impressive thing about India is the way in
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  • obedient, and sterile. In protest, I declined election to the National Institute of Arts and Letters some years ago, and now I must decline the Pulitzer
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  • that government was instituted by contract was popular with practically all opponents of divine right of kings. There is a hint of this theory in Thomas
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  • from all over the world, from countries Johnny was just learning about. Fine porcelain from France. Riches from the Orient. Silks and pearls from India. Joel:
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  • Tony: Satler Institute? Boss, shouldn't McSmarty Pants go to the nerd theme park?! Abby: What can I do for you, Gibblet? Sorry, kind of a seasonal play
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  • murder weapon, given the victim's medical records showing Susie having an allergic reaction to caffeine, with which all energy drinks are formulated), which
    497 KB (84,487 words) - 04:26, 29 July 2016