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  1. Science Agricultural science began with Gregor Mendel's genetic work, but in, modern ,terms might be better dated from the chemical fertilizer outputs of plant
  2. And sociology then evolved into something more closely resembling the, modern ,views of these disciplines and informed the development of the social sciences
  3. Actions, not for the sake of living together. " This is distinguished from, modern ,approaches, beginning with social contract theory, according to which
  4. Research Center of Contemporary Societies). The same approach of focusing on ", modern ,world" topics by Terrain, was also present in the British Manchester School of
  5. Older pieces of human culture) carefully gathered in situ, museum pieces and, modern ,garbage. Archaeologists work closely with biological anthropologists, art
  6. The healing to waters (aqua) on the island. Worship of Achilles in, modern ,times: The McMillan in Corfu In the region of Missouri (Γαστούρι) to the
  7. Aristotle's writing style as" a river of gold "; it is hard for many, modern ,readers to accept that one could seriously so admire the style of those works
  8. Climate William Godwin developed what many consider the first expression of, modern ,anarchist thought. Benjamin Tucker instead credits Josiah Warren, an American
  9. Of military power in the Mediterranean. The Ottomans established Algeria's, modern ,boundaries in the north and made its coast a base for the Ottoman corsairs;
  10. Through to In Khaldun's work in the 14th century. Most scholars consider, modern ,anthropology as an outgrowth of the Age of Enlightenment, a period when
  11. Journeyed were so detailed that they earned for Polo the name" the father of, modern ,anthropology. " Another candidate for one of the first scholars to carry out
  12. That would be regarded today as physics, biology and other natural sciences. In, modern ,times, the scope of philosophy has become limited to more generic or abstract
  13. Problems of anthropology. Medieval scholars may be considered forerunners of, modern ,anthropology as well, insofar as they conducted or wrote detailed studies of
  14. Modern idea of a solid. *Water, which is cold and wet; this corresponds to the, modern ,idea of a liquid. *Air, which is hot and wet; this corresponds to the modern
  15. S Anne Sociologize group. While Durkheim and others examined the state of, modern ,societies, Mauss and his collaborators (such as Henri Hubert and Robert Hertz
  16. Understanding of causality as the relation of cause and effect, this covers the, modern ,definitions of" cause" as either the agent or agency or particular events or
  17. Most important women (along with Rose Wilder Lane and Isabel Paterson) of, modern ,American libertarianism, and David Nolan, one of the founders of the
  18. Upon its user. Alchemy can be viewed as a prescience, a precursor to, modern ,chemistry, having provided procedures, equipment,and terminology that are
  19. The French government's confiscation of communal land and the application of, modern ,agricultural techniques that increased the amount of arable land. Algeria's
  20. Like this, and his ideas about souls, are not regarded as science at all in, modern ,times. He placed emphasis on the type (s) of soul an organism possessed
  21. Considered one of the first to conceive of the city in this manner. The common, modern ,understanding of a political community as a modern state is quite different to
  22. A French philosopher and politician, which led some to call him the founder of, modern ,anarchist theory. The anarcho-communist Joseph Jacques was the first person to
  23. Its exact nature has been a subject of dispute in both the classical period and, modern ,times. In the Iliad, it appears to be generally portrayed as a model of deep
  24. About the peoples, customs,and religions of the Indian subcontinent. Like, modern ,anthropologists, he engaged in extensive participant observation with a given
  25. The modern idea of a gas. *Fire, which is hot and dry; this corresponds to the, modern ,idea of heat. *Ether, which is the divine substance that makes up the heavenly
  26. Aeschylus wrote a trilogy of plays about Achilles, given the title Achilles by, modern ,scholars. The tragedies relate the deeds of Achilles during the Trojan War
  27. Modern idea of a liquid. *Air, which is hot and wet; this corresponds to the, modern ,idea of a gas. *Fire, which is hot and dry; this corresponds to the modern idea
  28. Primitive in modern life, and the replacement of, all of which are central to, modern ,culture. " Later in the 1960s and 1970s,Edmund Leach and his students Mary
  29. Growth of cultural relativism, an awareness of the survival of the primitive in, modern ,life, and the replacement of, all of which are central to modern culture. "
  30. Outside becomes an intolerable disturbance ". The word autism first took its, modern ,sense in 1938 when Hans Asperger of the Vienna University Hospital adopted
  31. Or it is that from which and that to which the change is. This also covers, modern ,ideas of mental causation involving such psychological causes as volition, need
  32. And post- modern theories, as well as a shift toward the analysis of, modern ,societies (an arena more typically in the remit of sociologists). During the
  33. The hole was, the sun would still be correctly displayed as a round object. In, modern ,cameras, this is analogous to the diaphragm. Aristotle also made the
  34. Earlier by Empedocles. *Earth, which is cold and dry; this corresponds to the, modern ,idea of a solid. *Water, which is cold and wet; this corresponds to the modern
  35. Church. His ethics, though always influential, gained renewed interest with the, modern ,advent of virtue ethics. All aspects of Aristotle's philosophy continue to be
  36. To botany, even into the Middle Ages. Many of Theophrastus' names survive into, modern ,times, such as Carlos for fruit, and pericardial for seed vessel. Rather than
  37. For the sciences and the arts to free themselves for the discovery of, modern ,scientific laws and empirical methods. The medieval English poet Chaucer
  38. The piece as a" rhapsodic ballet" because it was written freely and is more, modern ,than his previous works. Gershwin explained in Musical America," My purpose
  39. From a Pragmatic Point of View. Kant is not generally considered to be a, modern ,anthropologist, however,as he never left his region of Germany nor did he
  40. Heroic cult of Achilles on the White Island, Leuce, in the Black Sea off the, modern ,coasts of Romania and Ukraine, with a temple and an oracle which survived into
  41. Formal study of logic, which was incorporated in the late 19th century into, modern ,formal logic. In metaphysics, Aristotelianism had a profound influence on
  42. And other Aeschylus fragments have been assembled to produce a workable, modern ,play. The first part of the Achilles trilogy, The Myrmidons, focused on the
  43. By virtually all human cultures) They use many methods of study, but, modern , population genetics, participant observation and other techniques often take
  44. Though his conclusion, that Luce had sovereign rights over Pintos, evokes, modern , rather than archaic sea-law. " Luce had also a reputation as a place of
  45. 1 January 1854 – 7 May 1941) are generally considered the antecedents to, modern ,social anthropology in Britain. Though Taylor undertook a field trip to Mexico
  46. Achilles, were discovered by Captain Kritzikly in 1823,but there has been no, modern ,archeological work done on the island. Pompous Meal tells that Achilles is
  47. Things contains some elements which still existed in the 19th century. What the, modern ,zoologist would call vertebrates and invertebrates, Aristotle called 'animals
  48. In this manner. The common modern understanding of a political community as a, modern ,state is quite different to Aristotle's understanding. Although he was aware
  49. How are social relations among humans organized? "," Who are the ancestors of, modern ,Homo sapiens? "," What are humans' physical traits? "," How do humans behave
  50. Bankrupt. *Mort Lindy is a hack composer who writes trite scores for movies and, modern ,symphonies to which no one listens. He believes melody is a primitive vulgarity

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