...re is a design, purpose, directive principle, or finality in the processes of human history.
...ermine the course of history, and the goal, destination, and driving force of history.
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... is considered an educator. The information gained from this discipline is of value to parents, [[social work]]ers, ministers, [[health care]] workers, o
Ultimately, the goal of those working in the field of educational psychology is to understand the processes and conditions under which huma
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...as [[Indonesia]]. Indonesian [[philosophy]] comprises many diverse schools of thought, including indigenous [[belief]]s and the Eastern and Western philo
...he [[universe]] and [[sky]] were created, and are therefore [[microcosm]]s of the universe and subordinate to [[nature]].
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...s to the purpose, use, value, and reason for individual existence and that of the [[universe]].
...n to our life, usually by a supreme being, closely resembles the viewpoint of the [[Abrahamic religions]].
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... also the evaluation of a ''conseil de classe'' (class council), comprised of teachers, administrators, and fellow students.
...ses préparatoires aux grandes écoles'', two to three-year courses, often offered by historical, prestigious, and selective ''lycées''.
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...the ''midrash'' and dialectics of the Rabbis, and the works and discourses of medieval and modern Jewish philosophers, poets and writers.
...in general of insights gained from the study of Judaism or the experience of being a Jew.
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... sect, including the six orthodox ''(astika)'' schools ''([[darshana]]s)'' of [[Hinduism]], [[Nyaya]], [[Vaisheshika]], [[Samkhya]], [[Yoga]], Purva Mima
...t the [[morality|moral]] order of the universe, and [[justice]] as the law of moral life.
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...ne Delacroix]]'s "La Liberty Leading the People," a female personification of Freedom.]]
...e chooses as long as he does not break the law and infringe on the freedom of others. This has been described as external freedom or "negative liberty."
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...ecially for the teachings of [[Plato]], contributed to the "hellenization" of Christianity.
Clement of Alexandria was, and still is, a highly unorthodox and controversial figure
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...p center, is surrounded by light and unveiled by the figures to the right, Philosophy and Reason.]]
...political phenomena, the period is considered to have begun with the close of the [[Thirty Years' War]] (1648) and ended with the [[French Revolution]] (
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|name =University of Rome "La Sapienza"
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|name = Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur
|type = [[Education]] and [[Research]] [[Institution]]
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...ashDC.jpg|thumb|400px|right|Main Library of Congress Building at the start of the twentieth century]]
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...God exists?) and an [[ontology|ontological]] dimension (what is the nature of God’s being?).
... intuitive, religious, or other—affects one’s approach to the question of his existence.
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[[Image:Culturemapindia.gif|thumb|200px|The [[culture of India]] has been broken down into five main geographical regions.]]
...00 languages in all, including many that do not have written scripts. Each of these has its own subculture, local customs, and oral traditions.<ref> [htt
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...age:LocationAfrica.png|thumb|250px|right|A world map showing the continent of Africa.]]
...Central Africa's history took place in comparative isolation from the rest of the world, while sub-Saharan Africa traded with the North Mediterranean and
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...titution of India.jpg|thumb|right|300px|The Preamble of the [[Constitution of India]]—India's fundamental and supreme law]]
... of citizens developed between 1947 and 1949 by the [[Constituent Assembly of India]].
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|name=Saint John of the Cross
|titles=Confessor and Doctor of the Church
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...missionary]] outreach, direct evangelization, intellectual research, and [[education]] (schools, colleges, universities, seminaries, theological faculties, cult
...r immense learning, the Jesuits were occasionally entangled in the debates of [[geopolitics]], which did not always go well for them. At times, the order
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|name=Saint Gregory of Nazianzus
...stern Churches; traditional Catholics observe the pre-Vatican II feast day of May 9
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