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  • {{epname|Smart, Ninian}} [[Image:Smart2.jpg|right|thumb|200px|Ninian Smart]]
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  • immediate faith experience, is largely a mythical construct of naïve research. By its very nature, the human mind includes an element of reflection, no m ...s belief. From the times of the [[pre-Socratics]], Greek philosophers have searched for the ultimate origin of things in ways clearly distinct from polytheis
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  • ...onal Attitudes," ''Journal of Philosophy'' (1981): 67-90.</ref><ref>J.J.C. Smart, "Sensations and Brain Processes," ''Philosophical Review'' (1956)</ref> '' ...), which divided the world into [[purusha]] (mind/spirit) and [[prakrti]] (material substance).<ref> Sivananda</ref>
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  • ... that the knowing function of the human soul, the mind, is distinctively immaterial and eternal. they tend to focus on soul instead of mind, with soul referring to an immaterial essence and core of human identity and to the seat of [[reason]], [[will]],
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  • ...ty of approaches, it has been rightly suggested by people such as [[Ninian Smart]] that if the existence of God is to be taken seriously, rational or philos ...rsal) dimension, it is normal that evidence for God’s existence has been searched for by using nearly every approach and every faculty. Besides logic and r
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  • the elephant) possess teeth adapted for cutting and tearing off plant materials. However, except for the very young or infirm, elephants always use their ...smaller and smaller; the elderly no longer have the opportunity to roam in search of more appropriate food and will, consequently, die of starvation at an ea
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  • ...olars our understanding of intelligence is still limited. Perhaps, since researchers use only their own human intellect to discover the secrets of human inte ...Mainstream Science on Intelligence," which was signed by 52 intelligence researchers in 1994:
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  • ...ldup continued from there, eventually reaching 500,000 troops. Much of the material was airlifted or carried to the staging areas via fast sealift ships, allow ...sed in the air campaign which included [[precision-guided munition]]s (or "smart bombs"), [[cluster bomb|cluster munitions]], [[BLU-82|BLU-82 “Daisy Cutte
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  • ...ncreasing structural and rhythmic freedom and (in the case of the up-tempo material) at breakneck speed. ...pilled over into full-blown [[free jazz]]. The group's repertoire included material from ''Bitches Brew,'' ''In a Silent Way,'' the 1960s quintet albums, and a
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  • ...8)''<ref name=zenobank>[ Company Profile for Wal-Mart Stores Inc (WMT)]. ''zenobank''. accessdate 20 ... for the previous 19 years. To support the ads, Global Insight conducted research that found that Wal-Mart's [[price levels|price level]] reduction had resul
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  • ...lliams]], [[Percy Shelley]], [[John Keats]], [[Ezra Pound]], [[Christopher Smart]], [[Arthur Rimbaud]], [[Antonin Artaud]], [[James Joyce]], [[Jean Genet]], ... of the [[Beat Generation]] and what he saw as the destructive forces of [[materialism]] and conformity in the United States at the time. His work embodies the
    22 KB (3,323 words) - 00:17, 7 March 2019
  • ...etrieved February 15, 2009.</ref> Chronostratigraphic units are geological material, so it is also correct to say that fossils of the genus ''Tyrannosaurus'' h ...m/science?_ob=ArticleURL&_udi=B6V61-3Y9TW7F-C&_user=10&_rdoc=1&_fmt=&_orig=search&_sort=d&view=c&_acct=C000050221&_version=1&_urlVersion=0&_userid=10&md5=490
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  • ...ubjectivity. For [[Carl Jung|Jung]] the unconscious contains both personal material that has been repressed or simply forgotten, but more importantly it contai ...ember 1, 1986.</ref> has nonetheless produced some interesting results. "Researchers at Columbia University Medical Center have found that fleeting images of
    34 KB (4,932 words) - 16:44, 7 January 2016
  • ...therapy|therapeutic]] settings. Information interviews are the method of research common in the [[social science]]s, as well as a significant source of news ...ef>Etymology Online, [ Interview.] Retrieved September 29, 2007.</ref>
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  • ...he natives to name the new arrivals ''poto'' after the Polynesian word for smart, ''poto''.</blockquote> ...all team went to South America, where they used balsawood and other native materials to construct the ''[[Kon-Tiki]]'' raft. ''Kon-Tiki'' was inspired by old d
    27 KB (4,109 words) - 21:16, 21 February 2014
  • ...use Israel suspected it was going to start producing weapons-grade nuclear material. ... with the help of Iran. These chemical weapons were developed by Iraq from materials and technology supplied primarily by [[West Germany|West German]] companie
    67 KB (10,259 words) - 17:08, 31 August 2019
  • ... Caves in Lake County. [[Archaeology|Archaeologist]] Luther Cressman dated material from Fort Rock to 13,200 years ago.<ref> William G. Robbins. ''Oregon: This [[James Cook]] explored the coast in 1778 in search of the [[Northwest Passage]]. The [[Lewis and Clark Expedition]] traveled t
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  • ...brick into the final screenplay. (Nabokov estimated that 20 percent of his material made it into the film.) ...rigins of [[evolution]]; sentient computers; extra-terrestrial beings; the search for one's place in the universe; and re-birth all seen within a cold, foreb
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  • Müller's use of [[comparative linguistics]] in his research [[methodology]] and focus on natural phenomena are no longer accepted by my ...He began to translate the [[Upanishads]] for Schelling, and continued to research Sanskrit under [[Franz Bopp]], the first systematic scholar of the [[Indo-E
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