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  • ...ves speculations based on current or future [[science]] or [[technology]]. Science fiction is found in media as diverse as, but not limited to, literature, ar [[Image:SFStack2.jpg|thumb|250px|right|Science-fiction books, magazines, film, TV, gaming and fannish material]]
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  • ...ut also [[library science]], [[cognitive science|cognitive]], and [[social sciences]]. ...ernetics and Systems''. Retrieved March 20, 2018.</ref> Within information science, attention has been given in recent years to [[human–computer interaction
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  • ...civilization]]s, ancient Chinese philosophers made significant advances in science, technology, [[mathematics]], and [[astronomy]]. The first recorded observa ... 9781402011894), 53</ref> Much of the early Western work in the history of science in China was done by [[Joseph Needham]].
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  • ...ion]], Preservation, Reference, [[Statistics]] and [[Management]]. Library science is constantly evolving, incorporating new topics like [[Database management ... they can be considered equivalent terms, perhaps adopted to increase the "science" aspect, or improve the popular image of librarians.
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  • ...on of a [[Socialism with Chinese characteristics|market economy]] and some political liberalization that relaxed the system inherited from [[Mao Zedong]].
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  • ...eking to explain and manipulate natural [[phenomenon|phenomena]] through [[science]], [[philosophy]], [[mythology]], and [[religion]]. Humans also have a mark ...mily|families]] and partnerships to species-wide [[politics|political]], [[science|scientific]], and [[economics|economic]] unions, including complex systems
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  • main_interests = [[Epistemology]], [[philosophy of science]], social and political philosophy | ...sifiability as the criterion for distinguishing scientific theory from non-science; and for his vigorous defense of [[liberal democracy]] and the principles o
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  • ...sts = [[History of ideas]]{{·}} [[Epistemology]]<br/>[[Ethics]]{{·}} [[Political philosophy]] ...ocial institution]]s, most notably [[psychiatry]], [[medicine]], the human sciences, and the [[prison]] system, as well as for his work on the [[history of hu
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  • Library classification forms part of the field of [[library and information science]]. It goes hand in hand with library (descriptive) cataloging under the rub ...ssification developed by the [[Library of Congress]]. It is used by most research and academic libraries in the U.S. and several other countries&mdash;most p
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  • ...ef>[ Researchers: Obama has German roots]. ''USATODAY'' (June 4, 2009). Retrieved Februar ...olumbia University]] in [[New York City]], where he majored in [[political science]] with a specialty in [[international relations]] and graduated with a [[Ba
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  • ...cial sciences, particularly [[creative writing]], [[history]], [[political science]], [[economics]], [[communication]], [[musicology]], and [[psychology]] and ...'s [[Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace]] has provided key research on [[Communism]] and continues do important work in analyzing contemporary
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  • ...eering''' is the [[discipline]] of applying [[Technology|technical]] and [[science|scientific]] [[knowledge]] and physical resources to design and produce [[m Engineers' Council for Professional Development.] ''Science'' 94(2446):456. Retrieved November 8, 2008.</ref><ref name="ECPD Canons">En
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  • | occupation = Author<br/>[[Political commentator|Commentator]]<br/>[[Television personality]] ...atism|conservative]] [[political commentator|commentator]]. He founded the political [[magazine]] ''[[National Review]]'' in 1955, hosted 1429 episodes of the t
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  • |field = [[Information science]] of several people who have been considered the father of [[information science]], a field he called "documentation." Otlet created the [[Universal Decimal
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...of Chicago School economists has been to carry out empirical, real-world research, combining basic theory with data to address contemporary and historical pr
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group or political opinion; and are unable or unwilling to avail themselves of the protection
    39 KB (5,816 words) - 22:58, 27 July 2019
  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...s an [[academic discipline]], sociology is typically considered a [[social science]].
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  • Al-Faribi believed that the philosopher naturally seeks political power. His most famous work, ''Al-Madina al-fadila'' ''(The Virtuous City), ...t in seventy languages, and that he was an alchemist who spent his life in search of everlasting youth and the formula to make gold. By some accounts he died
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  • ...hysical theology]] and [[John D. Caputo]]'s [[deconstructive theology]] in search of a true [[God]]. ...tdated." They directly confronted the new economic, social, and [[politics|political]] aspects of an emerging fully [[industrialization|industrialized]] world.
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  • ...e and core of human identity and to the seat of [[reason]], [[will]], [[conscience]], and higher [[emotion]]s. this mainstream view, a small group of neuroscientists has persisted in searching for evidence suggesting the possibility of a human mind existing and ope
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