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  • ...ries are told about him. He is credited with establishing the tradition of Cynicism that was carried on by [[Crates of Thebes|Crates]] and later became a found ...ates that he walked around with a lamp in the daylight, saying that he was searching for a true man. He wondered why men competed with each other by kicking
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  • ...n appeared, including ''An Essay on Charity and Charity Schools,'' and ''A Search into the Nature of Society.'' It was vigorously attacked by, among others, ... of [[human nature]] were cynical and degrading. Another of his works, ''A Search into the Nature of Society'' (1723), appended to the later versions of the
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  • ...nocent wins playboy [[Gary Cooper]] by pretending to be a married woman in search of extramarital amusement. Even Wilder's warmest comedy, ''[[The Apartment]
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  • ...human conduct or positive outcomes for human enterprises, that is, [[cynic|cynicism]] and [[pessimism]] (Keeton, 1962). ...laims, be they religious or philosophical, involved a good dose of [[cynic|cynicism]] as well. This form of skepticism implied a distrust of human sincerity an
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  • ...suffering a miscarriage early in their marriage. David then does some soul-searching and eventually marries and finds true happiness with Agnes Wickfield, hi
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  • ... He regarded the somewhat gaudy figure of Bogart, the star, with an amused cynicism; Bogart, the actor, he held in deep respect…In each of the fountains at [ * Bogart, Stephen Humphrey. ''Bogart: In Search of My Father'' New York: Dutton, 1995. ISBN 0525939873.
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  • ...[[incinerator]]s are piles of broken bricks which were thrown aside in the search for fallen re-usable intact bricks.
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  • ...ius was concerned with the spread of eastern mysteries within the city and searched for more Roman replacements. He emphasized the [[Eleusinian mysteries]] w
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  • Today, the TAT is widely used as a tool for research in areas of psychology such as [[dream]]s, fantasies, mate selection, and w ...limit the range of personality characteristics that the TAT can explore. Research has shown that factors including race, gender, and [[social class]] of both
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  • ...fting, juxtaposition, dualism, imagery, fantasy, suspense, analysis, humor/cynicism, thinking aloud, and other means. ... of social and cultural factors. The distinctive focus of the section is research and education in the field of sensory modalities in relation to product des
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  • ...ominance, Baudrillard developed theories in which the excessive, fruitless search for total knowledge lead almost inevitability to a kind of delusion. In Bau
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  • ...). 2007. [ ''Mustela'']. ''ITIS Report''. Retrieved October 11, 2007. ..., Viverrid & Procyonid Specialist Group. 2002. [ Mustela macrodon]. ''2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened
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  • ...spirituality, while his work during the 1980s and 1990s returned to a more searching and creative philosophy which admitted few definite answers, even if it * Baulie, John. ''Wanted Man: In Search of Bob Dylan''. New York: Penguin Books, 1992. ISBN 0140153616
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  • ...s law.<ref> [ Constantine I]. ''jewishencyclopedia''. Retrieved April 18, 201 ...hem. In 1480 a special [[Spanish Inquisition]] was created by the state to search out and destroy ''conversos'' who were still practising Judaism and were th
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  • ...he truth), or non-violent protest, grew out of his spiritual quest and his search for a better society. He came to respect all [[religion]]s, incorporating t ...ngness to sacrifice oneself. He believed that ''ahimsa'' is the basis of a search for truth; that truth is the substance of morality, and that morality is th
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  • *5:2&ndash;6:3 - the woman yearns for her absent lover, vainly searches for him in the city streets, but realizes that he is constantly with her ...Solomon" in [ the Jewish Encyclopedia]. Retrieved June 17, 2007.</ref> Others tra
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  • ...ver awarded. He held a position as lecturer at the New School for Social Research, as well as visiting, as a professor, at [[Harvard]], [[Yale]], [[Princeton Saybrook Graduate School and Research Center and its Rollo May Center for Humanistic Studies celebrate the advanc
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  • for the army, but despite this Alcibiades was still forced to depart in search for more booty to pay the soldiers and oarsmen of the fleet. ...rapid growth of the Peloponnesian fleet at the expense of the Athenian. In search of funds and needing to force another decisive battle, Alcibiades left Noti
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  • ...n overwhelm his identity and fortitude.<ref>Charles Nnolim, "The Artist in Search of The Right Leadership: Achebe As A Social Critic." In Ihekweazu, 1996, 17 * Nnolim, Charles, "The Artist in Search of The Right Leadership: Achebe As A Social Critic." In Ihekweazu, 1996.
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  • *Grattan-Guinness, Ivor. ''The Search for Mathematical Roots 1870-1940: Logics, Set Theories and the Foundations
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