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DER ANGRIFF (Attack); a weekly (later daily) Nazi newspaper,* founded in 1927 by Joseph Goebbels.* Intending to compete with Gregor Strasser's* Berliner Arbeiter-Zeitung, Goebbels published Angriff on Monday, when Berlin* dailies typically did not appear. Until Hitler's* appointment as Chancellor, it often embodied a leftist view on economics. In 1928, for example, Goebbels wrote: ‘‘The worker in the capitalist state is—that is his...

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A place, usually elevated, on which people offer SACRIFICES. Altars vary greatly. There are home altars, public altars, portable altars, stationary altars, freestanding altars, and altars associated with temples. Roman Catholic, Orthodox, and some Protestant Christians call the table on which the EUCHARIST is celebrated an altar, too. At times this altar has been shaped like a sarcophagus and required to hold a RELIC. Many altars...

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Arctic religions

The religions of the far northern regions of Europe, Asia, and North America. The term Arctic religions usually refers to the traditional religions of Arctic peoples. Today, most of them practice CHRISTIANITY. For example, the Inuit (formerly called Eskimo) of North America mainly practice ROMAN CATHOLICISM and ANGLICANISM. The Saami (formerly called Lapps) in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia practice LUTHERANISM and EASTERN ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY. The former...

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Church and state

The relationship of religion and government in predominantly Christian areas. Throughout most of history and in all parts of the globe, governments have been interested in religion. Indeed, for many peoples government was actually supposed to perform statewide religious observances. Where distinct religious and political institutions existed, questions generally concerned their relative power. Medieval Europe provides a good example. The church and the political rulers argued vehemently...

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Day of Atonement

English for the Hebrew phrase Yom Kippur; the most sacred of the "days of awe" in JUDAISM. Jews observe the Day of Atonement on the tenth day of Tishri, the fi rst month of the Jewish year. This date falls in September or October. The Day of Atonement is a time for restoring one's relationship with GOD. The Jewish people collectively repent of their SINS...

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(Oreiades) Greek Mountain Nymphs; like most nymphs, daughters of Zeus. Some sources say the Oreads were, specifically, the nymphs of mountain conifers, since nymphs were often associated with specific trees. The Oreads were the special companions of the goddess Artemis, who liked to go hunting in mountains. Other sources, however, associate them with specific mountains: for example, the Idae were nymphs of Mount Ida. The most famous...

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The central story of the Hebrew BIBLE and a formative event in the history of JUDAISM. The root meaning of the word "exodus" is "a going out." During the Exodus, MOSES led the people of Israel out of slavery in Egypt. They wandered through the desert of Sinai for 40 years before entering the promised land of Canaan. During this time they entered into...

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Encyclopedia of Philosophy: al-Baghdadi, Abu 'l-Barakat

The Kitab al-mu'tabar contains many other, no less innovative ideas that have no modern counterpart; for example, the claim that each type of body has a characteristic velocity that reaches its maximum when its motion encounters no resistance. Although al-Mu'tabar is not a systematic work, comprising instead notes on various subjects that al-Baghdadi...

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Berlin, Isaiah

Berlin said that he decided about 1945 to give up philosophy, in which he had worked up to that time, in favour of the history of ideas. Some of his best-known work certainly belongs to the history of ideas, but he continued in fact both to write philosophy and to pursue philosophical questions in his historical work. His main philosophical contributions...

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A language is compositional if the meaning of each of its complex expressions (for example, ‘black dog') is determined entirely by the meanings its parts (‘black', ‘dog') and its syntax. Principles of compositionality provide precise statements of this idea. A compositional semantics for a language is a (finite) theory which explains how semantically important properties such as truth-conditions are determined by...

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Obey is it to renounce its freedom?

When you obey a parent, teacher or a boss, it has indeed lost its sense of freedom, since it does not do what you want, but what the other wants. The antagonism between obedience and freedom is yet apparent. The law, which prevents me to do my own pleasure, protects Does not some of my freedoms? Similarly, if I follow the...

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Microeconomics. I INTRODUCTION Microeconomics, branch of economics that deals with small units, including individual companies and small groups of consumers. Economics is concerned with the allocation of scarce means among competing ends. People have a variety of objectives, ranging from the satisfaction of such minimum needs as food, clothing, and shelter, to more complex objectives of all kinds, material, aesthetic, and spiritual. However,...

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Nuclear Chemistry - chemistry.

Nuclear Chemistry - chemistry. I INTRODUCTION Nuclear Chemistry, the study of atomic nuclei, especially of radioactive nuclei, and their reactions with neutrons and other nuclei (see Atom). II NUCLIDE DECAY Atomic nuclei consist of positively charged protons and neutral, or uncharged, neutrons (see Neutron; Proton). The number of protons in a nucleus is also the atomic number, which defines the chemical element. All nuclei with...

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Inorganic Chemistry - chemistry.

Inorganic Chemistry - chemistry. I INTRODUCTION Inorganic Chemistry, study of the structure, properties, and reactions of the chemical elements and their compounds. Inorganic chemistry does not include the investigation of hydrocarbons--compounds composed of carbon and hydrogen that are the parent material of all other organic compounds. The study of organic compounds is called organic chemistry. Inorganic chemists have made significant advances in understanding the...

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Algebra I INTRODUCTION Algebra, branch of mathematics in which symbols (usually letters) represent unknown numbers in mathematical equations.

Algebra I INTRODUCTION Algebra, branch of mathematics in which symbols (usually letters) represent unknown numbers in mathematical equations. Algebra allows the basic operations of arithmetic, such as addition, subtraction, and multiplication, to be performed without using specific numbers. People use algebra constantly in everyday life, for everything from calculating how much flour they need to bake a certain number of cookies to figuring...

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Standard Deviation.

Standard Deviation. Standard Deviation, a number representing how closely bunched a set of numbers is around its mean, or average value. The standard deviation is an important concept in statistics because it is a precise indicator of the degree of variability within a set of numbers. A set with a smaller standard deviation consists of more closely bunched numbers than a...

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Percentage. Percentage, fraction of a whole number expressed in hundredths. The term "percentage" is derived from the Latin per centum, meaning "per hundred," so the term represents fractions with the denominator 100. Thus, 20 percent means 20/100. Usually represented by the symbol %, percentage computations are commonly used today in finance and industry to calculate interest rates, costs, prices, profits, and...

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A misfit is a person not suited in behavior or attitude to a particular social environment. The first two texts that I chose shows how being a misfit can cause problems in communication while the last text proves that a misfit is not necessarily alone. The Dumb Waiter, written by Harold Pinter in 1957 is a one-act play...

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American Progress

AMERICAN PROGRESS : American Progress has become a founding example of American Western art. The painting is an allegory of Manifest Destiny and the Conquest of the West. The painting was commissioned in 1872 by George Crofutt, but painted by John Gast. Faced with the large amount of images of the American West, Crofutt and Gast discuss the composition, which Crofutt describes as: "[...] a...

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?The Idea of progress             I?m going to talk about the notion « The idea of progress ». How can we describe this notion ?  We live in a world that is constantly changing wether in its technology or in its culture. Therefore it is possible today to choose by ourselves to do things that we think would be good for our life for...

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