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Buddhism.

Buddhism. I INTRODUCTION Buddhism, a major world religion, founded in northeastern India and based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, who is known as the Buddha, or Enlightened One. See Buddha. Originating as a monastic movement within the dominant Brahman tradition of the day, Buddhism quickly developed in a distinctive direction. The Buddha not only rejected...

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Christianity.

Christianity. I INTRODUCTION Christianity, the most widely distributed of the world religions, having substantial representation in all the populated continents of the globe. In the late 1990s, its total membership exceeded 1.9 billion people. Like any system of belief and values--be it Platonism, Marxism, Freudianism, or democracy--Christianity is in many ways comprehensible only "from the inside,"...

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Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I INTRODUCTION Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, major world religion of 12 million members, established in 1830 by Joseph Smith, known as the prophet. Followers of this religion are called Mormons. From a handful of members at the beginning, the movement has grown steadily through proselytizing and...

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Confucianism.

Confucianism. I INTRODUCTION Confucianism, an intellectual, political, and religious tradition, or school of thought, that developed a distinct identity in the 5th century BC from the teachings of Chinese philosopher Confucius. In Chinese the name for this tradition is Rujia (also spelled Ju-chia), meaning "School of the Scholars." Confucianism advocates reforming government, so...

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God. I INTRODUCTION God, the center and focus of religious faith, a holy

God. I INTRODUCTION God, the center and focus of religious faith, a holy being or ultimate reality to whom worship and prayer are addressed. Especially in monotheistic religions (see Monotheism), God is considered the creator or source of everything that exists and is spoken of in terms of perfect attributes--for instance, infinitude, immutability, eternity, goodness, knowledge...

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Greek Mythology.

Greek Mythology. I INTRODUCTION Greek Mythology, set of diverse traditional tales told by the ancient Greeks about the exploits of gods and heroes and their relations with ordinary mortals. The ancient Greeks worshiped many gods within a culture that tolerated diversity. Unlike other belief systems, Greek culture recognized no single truth or code and produced no...

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Hinduism.

Hinduism. I INTRODUCTION Hinduism, a religious tradition of Indian origin, comprising the beliefs and practices of Hindus. The word Hindu is derived from the river Sindhu, or Indus. Hindu was primarily a geographical term that referred to India or to a region of India (near the Sindhu) as long ago as the 6th century BC.

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Islam.

Islam. I INTRODUCTION Islam, one of the three major world religions, along with Judaism and Christianity, that profess monotheism, or the belief in a single God. In the Arabic language, the word Islam means "surrender" or "submission"--submission to the will of God. A follower of Islam is called a Muslim, which in Arabic means "one who...

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Judaism.

Judaism. I INTRODUCTION Judaism, religious culture of the Jews (also known as the people of Israel); one of the world's oldest continuing religious traditions. The terms Judaism and religion do not exist in premodern Hebrew. The Jews spoke of Torah, God's revealed instruction to Israel, which mandated both a worldview and a way of life--Halakhah. Halakhah...

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Moses.

Moses. I INTRODUCTION Moses, Hebrew prophet and lawgiver and founder of Israel, or the Jewish people. The story of his life is set forth principally in the Old Testament books of Exodus and Deuteronomy. According to this account, he was born in Goshen, a part of ancient Egypt. At that time the Hebrews lived in Egypt...

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Mythology.

Mythology. I INTRODUCTION Mythology, the body of myths of a particular culture, and the study and interpretation of such myths. A myth may be broadly defined as a narrative that through many retellings has become an accepted tradition in a society. By this definition, the term mythology might include all traditional tales, from the creation stories...

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Orthodox Church.

Orthodox Church. I INTRODUCTION Orthodox Church, one of the three historic and distinctive types of Christianity, along with the Roman Catholic Church and the diverse body of Protestant churches. Orthodoxy is the form of Christianity that developed first in the Eastern Roman Empire (which spanned present-day Greece, Turkey, and the Middle East) and later in the...

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Protestantism.

Protestantism. I INTRODUCTION Protestantism, one of the three major divisions of Christianity, the others being Roman Catholicism and Orthodoxy. Protestantism began as a movement to reform the Western Christian church in the 16th century, resulting in the Protestant Reformation, which severed the reformed churches from the Roman Catholic Church. The declared aim of the original reformers...

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Socialisation SES

De nos jours, un individu, peu importe son pays, son genre et son âge, subit et subira le processus de socialisation. Ainsi, l’individu apprend et intériorise les normes et les valeurs tout au long de sa vie. La société, donne aux individus les normes et identités qu’ils devront tissées au long de leur vie. De même, chaque individu...

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L'art est-il évasion de la réalité ?

L'art est-il évasion de la réalité ? S'il y a bien une idée que tout le monde partage aujourd'hui, c'est que l'art est un moyen d'évasion. Il rompt notre quotidien et nous permet de nous évader. Cependant l'évasion ne dure qu'un temps, est éphémère. N'est-ce pas une illusion ? L'art n'est-il justement pas fait pour transformer et changer...

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Baudelaire

Biographie de Charles Baudelaire Charles Baudelaire est né le 9 avril 1821 à Paris. Ses parents ont une différence d'âge très marquée, et son père meurt alors que le jeune Charles a six ans. C'était un homme cultivé, passionné par les Lumières et par la peinture.Il entre au lycée Louis le Grand à Paris. Baudelaire se fait remarquer...

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Maldives Facts and Figures.

Maldives Facts and Figures. BASIC FACTS Official name Capital Area Republic of Maldives Malé 298 sq km 115 sq mi PEOPLE Population 379,174 (2008 estimate) Population growth Population growth rate 2.69 percent (2008 estimate) Projected population in 2025 563,760 (2025 estimate) Projected population in 2050 815,031 (2050 estimate)

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Kiribati Facts and Figures.

Kiribati Facts and Figures. BASIC FACTS Official name Capital Area Republic of Kiribati Tarawa 811 sq km 313 sq mi PEOPLE Population 110,252 (2008 estimate) Population growth Population growth rate 2.23 percent (2008 estimate) Projected population in 2025 158,047 (2025 estimate) Projected population in 2050 235,342 (2050 estimate)

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San Marino Facts and Figures.

San Marino Facts and Figures. BASIC FACTS Official name Capital Area Republic of San Marino San Marino 61 sq km 23 sq mi PEOPLE Population 29,973 (2008 estimate) Population growth Population growth rate 1.18 percent (2008 estimate) Projected population in 2025 34,565 (2025 estimate) Projected population in 2050 35,335...

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Dominica Facts and Figures.

Dominica Facts and Figures. BASIC FACTS Official name Capital Area Commonwealth of Dominica Roseau 750 sq km 289 sq mi PEOPLE Population 72,514 (2008 estimate) Population growth Population growth rate 0.20 percent (2008 estimate) Projected population in 2025 74,374 (2025 estimate) Projected population in 2050 64,772 (2050 estimate)

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Marshall Islands Facts and Figures.

Marshall Islands Facts and Figures. BASIC FACTS Official name Capital Area Republic of the Marshall Islands Majuro 181 sq km 70 sq mi PEOPLE Population 63,174 (2008 estimate) Population growth Population growth rate 2.14 percent (2008 estimate) Projected population in 2025 83,203 (2025 estimate) Projected population in 2050 103,092...

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Grenada Facts and Figures.

Grenada Facts and Figures. BASIC FACTS Official name Capital Area Grenada Saint George's 344 sq km 133 sq mi PEOPLE Population 90,303 (2008 estimate) Population growth Population growth rate 0.40 percent (2008 estimate) Projected population in 2025 96,253 (2025 estimate) Projected population in 2050 87,136 (2050 estimate) Population...

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St. Kitts and Nevis Facts and Figures. BASIC FACTS Official name Federation of

St. Kitts and Nevis Facts and Figures. BASIC FACTS Official name Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis Capital Basseterre Area 269 sq km 104 sq mi PEOPLE Population 39,619 (2008 estimate) Population growth Population growth rate 0.74 percent (2008 estimate) Projected population in 2025 46,486 (2025 estimate)

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Samoa Facts and Figures.

Samoa Facts and Figures. BASIC FACTS Official name Capital Area Independent State of Samoa Apia 2,831 sq km 1,093 sq mi PEOPLE Population 217,083 (2008 estimate) Population growth Population growth rate 1.32 percent (2008 estimate) Projected population in 2025 280,753 (2025 estimate) Projected population in 2050 428,641 (2050 estimate)

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Tuvalu Facts and Figures.

Tuvalu Facts and Figures. BASIC FACTS Official name Capital Area Tuvalu Funafuti 26 sq km 10 sq mi PEOPLE Population 12,181 (2008 estimate) Population growth Population growth rate 1.59 percent (2008 estimate) Projected population in 2025 15,821 (2025 estimate) Projected population in 2050 20,018 (2050 estimate) Population density

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