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  • Soul"). In India he is generally regarded as Bapu (Gujarati: બાપુ bāpu "father"), Jathi Pitha and Raashtra Pita (Gujarati: પિસ પર બ્રિટિશ "father of the nation");
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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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  • Claremont Institute. The nation, at its birth, had been dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal... The proposition of equality was
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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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  • 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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  • Coalition. Booklet prepared by the Southern Labor Institute under the auspices of the Labor Subcommittee of the King Holiday Commission, designed by the AFT
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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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  • The Claremont Institute. I can understand the poor and stupid voting for Marxism or one of its fashionable variants. If you've no hope of being other than
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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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  • 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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  • Democratic Party (United States) (category Political parties of the United States)
    Jaffa, "The Party of Lincoln vs. The Party of Bureaucrats" (13 September 1996), The Claremont Institute, The Claremont Institute. Douglas was a radical
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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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