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German Ideology - Summary

The German Ideology PREFACE Hitherto, men have made false conceptions about themselves, what they are and ought to be. They have arranged their relationships according to ideas of God, of Normal Man, etc. Let us liberate them from these chimeras, let us revolt against the rule of thought. These innocent childlike fancies are the kernel of the Young-Hegelian...


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Abolitionist Movement - U.

Abolitionist Movement - U.S. History. I INTRODUCTION Abolitionist Movement, reform movement during the 18th and 19th centuries. Often called the antislavery movement, it sought to end the enslavement of Africans and people of African descent in Europe, the Americas, and Africa itself (see Slavery in Africa). It also aimed to end the Atlantic slave trade carried out in the Atlantic Ocean between Africa,...


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Abolitionist Movement.

Abolitionist Movement. I INTRODUCTION Abolitionist Movement, reform movement during the 18th and 19th centuries. Often called the antislavery movement, it sought to end the enslavement of Africans and people of African descent in Europe, the Americas, and Africa itself (see Slavery in Africa). It also aimed to end the Atlantic slave trade carried out in the Atlantic Ocean between Africa, Europe, and the...


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Mexican War.

Mexican War. I INTRODUCTION Mexican War, conflict between the United States and Mexico, lasting from 1846 to 1848. The war resulted in a decisive U.S. victory and forced Mexico to relinquish all claims to approximately half its national territory. Mexico had already lost control of much of its northeastern territory as a result of the Texas Revolution (1835-1836). This land, combined with the...


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Costa Rica - country.

Costa Rica - country. I INTRODUCTION Costa Rica, country in southern Central America, between Nicaragua and Panama. It has coasts along the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Costa Rica, which means "rich coast" in Spanish, was named by Christopher Columbus and his explorers, who expected to find gold here. Their hopes were misplaced, and Costa Rica became one of Spain's poorest colonies....


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Athens (Greece) - geography.

Athens (Greece) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Athens (Greece), city in southeastern Greece, capital and largest city of the country. Athens dominates the economic, cultural, and political life of modern Greece. Athens is a sprawling city located on the Attic Plain of southeastern Greece. Mountains rise in a semicircle around the city. They include the peaks of Parnitha (Párnis), Pendéli, and Hymettos (Imittós). At...


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Winston Churchill I INTRODUCTION Winston Churchill (1874-1965), British politician and prime minister of the United Kingdom (1940-1945, 1951-1955), widely regarded as the greatest British leader of the 20th century.

Winston Churchill I INTRODUCTION Winston Churchill (1874-1965), British politician and prime minister of the United Kingdom (1940-1945, 1951-1955), widely regarded as the greatest British leader of the 20th century. Churchill is celebrated for his leadership during World War II (1939-1945). His courage, decisiveness, political experience, and enormous vitality enabled him to lead his country through the war, one of the most desperate struggles...


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Cat Family - biology.

Cat Family - biology. I INTRODUCTION Cat Family, group of carnivorous (meat-eating) mammals considered the most highly developed for killing live prey. Intelligence, acute senses, and agile bodies make cats expert predators. Wild members of the cat family are found worldwide except in Australia and Antarctica. The family includes powerful big cats such as the lion, the leopard, and the tiger, as well...


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Portraiture I INTRODUCTION Portraiture, visual representation of individual people, distinguished by references to the subject's character, social position, wealth, or profession.

Portraiture I INTRODUCTION Portraiture, visual representation of individual people, distinguished by references to the subject's character, social position, wealth, or profession. In the broadest sense, portraiture can include representations of animals (favored pets or prize-winning livestock, for example) or even representations of dwellings. As discussed here, however, portraiture refers only to images of people. II CHARACTERISTICS OF PORTRAITS Portraitists often strive for exact visual likenesses. However,...


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Iranian Art and Architecture I INTRODUCTION Iranian Art and Architecture, the visual arts of Iran.

Iranian Art and Architecture I INTRODUCTION Iranian Art and Architecture, the visual arts of Iran. Although in the West this has been traditionally known as Persian culture, the inhabitants of the country have long called it Iran and themselves Iranians, rather than Persians. In accordance with popular usage, however, the term Persian will be used in this article to refer to the period...


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American Music I INTRODUCTION American Music, the folk, popular, and classical music of the United States--created by American-born or American-trained composers, or originating in American culture, or written primarily for American audiences.

American Music I INTRODUCTION American Music, the folk, popular, and classical music of the United States--created by American-born or American-trained composers, or originating in American culture, or written primarily for American audiences. II COLONIAL ERA THROUGH 1820 The colonial roots of American music are British. The first book printed in the American colonies was the Bay Psalm Book. Its ninth edition (1698) contained 13 psalm tunes,...


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From Uncle Tom's Cabin - anthology.

From Uncle Tom's Cabin - anthology. Uncle Tom's Cabin helped galvanize antislavery sentiment in the United States when it was published in 1852, but it also created a catalog of stereotypes that persisted for decades. Its characters include the "happy darky," who loves to dance; the dark-skinned "Mammy," who loves to cook, especially for white people; and the faithful, pious Uncle...


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Excerpt from Little Dorrit - anthology.

Excerpt from Little Dorrit - anthology. Charles Dickens's Little Dorrit was published serially in 1855-1857, and proved immensely popular. Coincidence and faint ties between characters frame the whole plot of the novel, based on the notion that the slightest link can evolve into one of the greatest significance; this technique is common in Dickens's novels. The novel draws on the experiences...


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Tennis.

Tennis. I INTRODUCTION Tennis, game played with a racket and a ball by two (as in singles) or four (as in doubles) competitors, on a rectangular court with a net strung between the midpoints of the longer sides of the court. Tennis may be played indoors or outdoors. The game ranks as one of the most popular spectator and participation sports in...


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Fishing.

Fishing. I INTRODUCTION Fishing, act of catching fish. Fishing for sport, recreation, and relaxation is called sportfishing, or angling, derived from the Old English word angel, meaning "fishhook." This article addresses angling; for information on large-scale commercial fishing, see Fisheries. Angling is one of the most popular forms of recreation in the world. People fish from shore and from boats, for almost every...


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College Football Bowl Games.

College Football Bowl Games. Aloha Bowl. Year Winner 1982 Washington Score Loser 21 Maryland Score 20 1983 Penn State 13 Washington 10 1984 Southern Methodist 27 Notre Dame 20 1985 Alabama 24 USC 1986 Arizona 30 North Carolina 21 1987 UCLA 20 Florida 16 1988 Washington State 24 Houston 22 1989 Michigan State 33 Hawaii 13 1990 Syracuse 28 Arizona 1991 Georgia Tech 18 Stanford 17 1992 Kansas 23 BYU 20 1993 Colorado 41 Fresno State 30 1994 Boston College 12 Kansas State 1995 Kansas 51 UCLA 30 1996 Navy 42 California 38 1997 Washington 51 Michigan State 23 1998 Colorado 51 Oregon 43 1999 Wake Forest 23 Arizona State 3 2000 * Boston College 31 Arizona State 17 3 0 7 * Aloha Bowl ended after the 2000 game. . Capital One Bowl. Year Winner 1947 Catawba 1948 Catawba 1949 Murray State 1950 St. Vincent 7 Emory and Henry 6 1951 Morris Harvey 35 Emory and...


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