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  • reserves off coast. Norway ranked top among all countries on the Human Development Index from 2001-2006, and currently ranks second. It is rated the most
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  • tradition as a representative democracy and has the second highest Human Development Index of continental Sub-Saharan African countries. A – B – C – D – E
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  • the healthiest in world, if not the best. The United Nations’ Human Development Index, a measure of a health, education and standard-of-living indicators
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  • Ideas, 11th century; Translated and cited at leonardo3.net/bookofsecrets/index, 2015 [Engineering concerns] the creative application of scientific principles
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  • The magic of a face. Thomas Carew, Epitaph on the Lady S——. The face the index of a feeling mind. George Crabbe, Tales of the Hall. Well had the boding
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  • Searches can be based on metadata or on full-text (or other content-based) indexing. Calvin Mooers was a participant in early developmental work on digital
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  • Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods. Vol 11. p. 9. p. 225-236 How index-learning turns no student pale, Yet holds the eel of science by the tail
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  • faculty; (3) That the size of the cerebral organ is, ceteris paribus, an index of power or energy of function. Terrell Ward Bynum (1976) in: Philosophical
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  • discipline cut off from human interests would proliferate. Economic models … have failed to incorporate any meaningful index of individual benefit other
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  • complex vectors of key terms and Boolean queries. The idea that you can index billions of pages and look for a word and get what you want is quite a trick
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  • university under the direction of theologians and placed upon the Roman Index. ...Since Roger Bacon, perhaps, no great thinker had been so completely
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  • from his previous development and works for human emancipation as such and turns against the supreme practical expression of human self-estrangement.
    143 KB (20,637 words) - 18:37, 25 April 2016
  • Jeremy Bentham (category Human rights activists)
    international, maximize and minimize), and details of Bentham's will. Bentham Index Jeremy Bentham at Utilitarian.net Jeremy Bentham at EpistemeLinks Jeremy
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  • imperial character; and Literature, in its widest sense, becomes a delicate index of social evolution. Barbarous societies show only the germs of literary
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  • live. Both are reflected in the statistics about bodily height, cranial index, blood-groups, hair and eye colour, etc. Whichever of these anthropological
    42 KB (6,154 words) - 21:46, 19 March 2016
  • to Bhutan…, kuenselonline, 21 March 2014. The Gross National Happiness Index is often used by cities, campuses, communities, companies and other groups
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  • criticized by Bertrand Russel (in 1912) and having his books placed on the Index Prohibitorum by the Holy Office in 1914—the year he was elected a member
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  • mathematical development through the exact statement of a of a set of postulates which, however, since they must inevitably contain assumptions about human behaviour
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  • honoured places in the development of indexing techniques. The 1950s to early 1960s saw the publication of three major works on indexing, which between them
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  • 1677) was a social and metaphysical philosopher famous for the elaborate development of his monist philosophy, which has become known as Spinozism. Controversy
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