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  • |name = Human |image_caption=Humans as depicted on the [[Pioneer plaque|Pioneer plaque]]
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  • ...esses (laws of nature), and even the [[cosmos]] itself. Some views include humans (consciousness, activities, etc), but independent of their creations. ... '''physical universe''', or '''material world''' '''''surrounding''''' '''human beings''' that the term will be used in this article.
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  • ...ignates any of several philosophical stances that make the assumption that nature is governed by objective laws, which can be understood through observation ...s like non-natural values, and [[universals]]) from [[nature]]. It equates nature with reality, insisting that all phenomena and hypotheses can be studied us
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  • ...e:Karyotype.png|220px|right|thumb|A graphical representation of the normal human [[karyotype]].]] ...s the complete genetic sequence of one of the two sets of chromosomes, the human genome includes both the [[gene]]s and the [[Junk DNA|non-coding sequences]
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  • ...[[local search (Internet)|local search]], and industry-specific [[vertical search]] engines. ...words and to remove barriers to the [[web crawler|indexing activities]] of search engines.
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  • ...mme European Court of Human Rights.jpg|thumb|right|The [[European Court of Human Rights]] building in [[Strasbourg]]]] ...hts violations is an innovative feature for an international convention on human rights, as it gives the individual an active role on the international aren
    32 KB (4,904 words) - 18:33, 10 August 2017
  • ... and justification of fundamental religious claims, particularly about the nature and [[God, Arguments for the Existence of|existence of God]] (or the “Tra ...about the consistency of our universe – whether the supernatural and the human mind are fundamentally exclusive of each other, or whether there is interpe
    72 KB (11,146 words) - 19:56, 25 March 2019
  • ...ion of the '''meaning of life''' is perhaps the most fundamental "why?" in human existence. It relates to the purpose, use, value, and reason for individual ...sm|skeptic]], [[nihilism|nihilist]], [[pragmatism|pragmatist]], [[humanism|humanist]], and [[atheism|atheist]]. The essentialist position, which states that
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  • ...f the death camp, and his writings express the key component of true human nature: Love. ...hat he came to the conclusion that even in the most absurd, painful, and dehumanized situations, life has meaning and, therefore, even [[suffering]] is mean
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  • ...uinas does not, like [[Duns Scotus]], make the reader his companion in the search for truth. Rather, he teaches authoritatively. On the other hand, he felt d ...t the intellect may be moved by God to its act." However, he believed that human beings have the natural capacity to know many things without special [[divi
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  • ...us interaction of natural polarities, such as male and female. Conflict in nature may also beget development, but acting in a different way. This same confus ==Nature of the dialectic==
    34 KB (5,249 words) - 14:36, 25 October 2017
  • ..., "Part and Parcel in Animal and Human Societies." ''Studies in animal and human behavior,''2: 115-195. (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, [1950] 1971)</ref>]] ...icle "Benefits of Nature: What We Are Learning about Why People Respond to Nature"] ''Journal of PHYSIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY'' 26/2 (2007): 83-85. Retrieved J
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  • ...ood, sleep, and sex. He developed a theory of a hierarchy of [[Human_being|human]] needs, of which the highest were the need for "self-actualization" throug ... and students of psychology to appreciate the spiritual dimension of human nature.
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  • ...n recognition of his varied and significant writings in which he champions humanitarian ideals and freedom of thought." ...any love affairs and mistresses. In his autobiography he remarked that the search for love was for him a lifelong preoccupation.
    76 KB (11,590 words) - 18:01, 7 September 2019
  • ... Human Nature'' bear a striking resemblance to part of Malebranche's ''The Search after Truth.'' In general, Malebranche had a keen understanding of crucial ... published the first three books of what is probably his major work, ''The Search After Truth'' (''De la recherche de la vérité''), with the final three bo
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  • ...kingdom in which Rama befriends Sugriva and the Vanara army and begins the search for Sita. ...found in the Ramayana, such as the miraculous birth of Rama and his divine nature as well as the numerous legends surrounding [[Ravana]].
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  • ...an [[labor (economics)|labor]], but involves a subjective construct in the human mind. Despite his brilliance and his desire to develop a natural law that w ...d to Mises’ [[laissez-faire]] economics, and when Mises’s masterwork ''Human Action'' appeared in 1949, it made a great impression on him. From that tim
    36 KB (5,352 words) - 15:33, 31 October 2018
  • ...red the public arena in fields such as politics, business and scientific research. Contemporary Indian feminists are fighting for individual autonomy, politi ...ly feminist." <ref name=Brown>Susan Brown, "Beyond Feminism: Anarchism and Human Freedom" ''Anarchist Papers 3.'' (Black Rose Books, 1990), 208</ref>[[Wendy
    79 KB (11,127 words) - 16:13, 5 April 2017
  • ...ly expect fulfillment. It is also prevalent whenever there is a sense that humans can control their environment and their destiny. Pessimism is linked to th ...d optimism of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in the potential for human improvement through [[culture]] and [[progress]] has been strongly challeng
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  • ...beyond normal reality, often composites of existing animals or animals and humans. ... served to stimulate the imagination and desire that is ingrained in human nature to experience more than this physical world. Whether they truly exist in ph
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