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Rudin (film)

The rich landowner Daria Mikhailovna Lasunskaya organizes a salon in which people are waiting a well-read baron and philosopher, but instead comes Dmitry Rudin, who delivers an article at the request of the baron. People warmly receive Rudin. Dar ...

                                               

Magdalena Aebi

Magdalena Aebi was born on 4 February 1898 in Burgdoft into the family of Hans Aebi and Marie A. Nubile. After attending high school in Burgdorf she studied classical philology, art history and archeology in Zurich and Munich, as well as philosop ...

                                               

Rousseau (disambiguation)

Jean-Jacques Rousseau was a Swiss author and philosopher. Rousseau may also refer to: Lake Rousseau, in the U.S. state of Florida Rousseau electoral district, a provincial electoral district in the province of Quebec in Canada Rousseau Peak, in A ...

                                               

Tem

Tem or TEM may refer to: TEM beta-lactamase Tem queen, an ancient Egyptian queen consort Tem language Tem, another name for Atum, an Egyptian deity Tem people of Togo, living around Sokode Tem, Tajikistan, a small town just outside Khorugh in the ...

                                               

Tryphon (disambiguation)

Tryphon was a Greek grammarian. Tryphon or similar names may refer to: Tiripone Mama Taira Putairi Metropolitan Trifon, a clergyman The Jewish philosopher Trypho in a dialog with Justin Martyr, who may be identical with the eminent Rabbi Tarfon S ...

                                               

Dark Water

Darkwater: Voices from Within the Veil, 1920 book by American philosopher W.E.B. Du Bois Dark Water book 仄暗い水の底から; Honogurai mizu no soko kara ; literally In the Depths of Dark Water, a collection of horror short stories by Koji Suzuki

                                               

Sundara

Sundara is a Sanskrit term meaning "beautiful, lovely", or generally "noble; well, right". As a personal name, it may refer to: M. S. Sundara Rajan born 1950, Indian banker, economist and head of Indian Bank Sundara Ramasami 1931–2006, Tamil poet ...

                                               

Thomas Knox

Thomas Knox may refer to: Thomas Knox bishop died 1627/28, Scottish prelate Thomas Knox, 1st Earl of Ranfurly 1754–1840, Irish peer and politician Thomas Knox footballer born 1939, Scottish footballer Tom Knox author, pseudonym of British writer ...

                                               

Yom (disambiguation)

Yom Tov, in plural Yamim Tovim, literally the Good Days, the Jewish holidays Yom HaShoah, full name Yom HaZikaron laShoah ve-laGvurah, Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day Yom tov sheni shel galuyot The second festival day in the Diaspora Yom Ki ...

                                               

Luis Castro

Luis Castro may refer to: Luis Castro Salvadoran footballer born 1981, Salvadoran goalkeeper Luis Castro TV producer and documentary director, Venezuelan-British TV Producer and Documentary Director based in London Luis Alva Castro born 1942, Per ...

                                               

Patricius

Patricius may refer to: People Patricius, father of Augustine of Hippo Saint Patrick, Christian missionary and patron saint of Ireland Patricius, died in 352, a leader of the Jewish revolt against Gallus Franciscus Patricius, Platonist philosophe ...

                                               

Robert Owen (disambiguation)

Robert Owen was a Welsh social philosopher and reformer; one of the founders of socialism and the cooperative movement. Robert or Rob Owen may also refer to: Robert Latham Owen 1856–1947, American politician; represented Oklahoma in U. S. Senate ...

                                               

Clifford Williams

Clifford Williams may refer to: Clifford Williams actor 1926–2005, Welsh theatre director and stage actor Cliff Williams basketball born 1945, American basketball player Cliff Williams rugby, born 1939 1939–2014, rugby league footballer of the 19 ...

                                               

John Llewellyn

John Llewellyn may refer to: John Dillwyn Llewelyn 1810–1882, Welsh botanist and pioneer photographer Sir John Llewellyn, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Exeter, 1966–1972 John Llewellyn fencer born 1957, British fencer who appeared at three ...

                                               

Mark Ellis

Mark Ellis footballer, born 1988, English footballer who plays for Tranmere Rovers Mark Ellis footballer, born 1962, English footballer who played for Bradford City Mark Ellis baseball born 1977, Major League Baseball player Mark Ellis hurler bor ...

                                               

Stephen Davies

Steven Davies Australian footballer, Australian rules footballer for the West Coast Eagles Steve Davies rugby league, rugby league footballer who played in the 1970s and 1980s Stephen Davies field hockey born 1969, Australian field hockey player ...

                                               

David Brooks

David H. M. Brooks 1950–1996, South African philosopher and professor of philosophy at the University of Cape Town David Brooks commentator born 1961, commentator for The New York Times and other publications David Brooks author born 1953, Austra ...

                                               

David Kaplan

Dovid Kaplan, senior lecturer at Ohr Somayach, Jerusalem, author and speaker David E. Kaplan physicist, theoretical particle physicist, professor at the Johns Hopkins University David L. Kaplan 1923–2015, Canadian music professor and conductor Da ...

                                               

William McNeill

William McNeill may refer to: William McNeill philosopher born 1961, professor of philosophy at DePaul University William Simpson McNeill 1814–1902, former politician in Prince Edward Island, Canada William H. McNeill historian 1917–2016, Canadia ...

                                               

Bundle

Bundle or Bundling may refer to: In marketing: Product bundling, a marketing strategy that involves offering several products for sale as one combined product Bundling fundraising, when donations from many individuals are collected by one person ...

                                               

Averie Swanson

Avenie Swanson spent her childhood in Houston. At 24, she moved to Austin. She graduated from the University of Houston in biology and then worked for two years in a neonatal research clinic in the intensive care unit at the Childrens Hospital of ...

                                               

Wang Tao

Wang Tao may refer to: Wang Tao 19th century 1828–1897, Chinese translator and publisher in Qing Dynasty Wang Tao footballer, born 1970, Chinese footballer and chairman of Beijing Baxy Frank Wang or Wang Tao, Chinese entrepreneur, founder of DJI ...

                                               

Lucien Braun

Braun wrote his version of Histoire de lhistoire de la philosophie. At the end of his introduction, he wrote: "We believe that we have thus opened up the field of research for which we had no model; because when we undertook this study, in 1961, ...

                                               

Brown Book

Brown Book may refer to: Brown Book - War and Nazi Criminals in West Germany, or Braunbuch, 1965 book written by Albert Norden Brown Book document, created by the government in Manitoba, Canada, containing suggested fines for various offences The ...

                                               

Green belt (disambiguation)

Green belt United Kingdom, a policy for controlling urban growth, includes a list of green belts in the United Kingdom European Green Belt, along the corridor of the former Iron Curtain German Green Belt, straddling the former East-West border in ...

                                               

The Plan

"The Plan", a song by NoFX, B-side to "Timmy the Turtle" "The Plan", a song by Prince from the 1996 album Emancipation The Plan band, Swedish rock group Der Plan, a German electronic music group The Plan, a song by G-Eazy from the 2017 album The ...

                                               

Liu Gangji

Liu Gangji was a Chinese aesthetician, calligrapher, historian, painter, and philosopher. He was considered a founder of the study of the history of Chinese aesthetics. He was a distinguished professor and Director of the Institute of Aesthetics ...

                                               

Progressive

Progressive Era, a period of reform in the United States ca. 1890–1930 Progressive tax, a type of tax rate structure

                                               

K. T. Pandurangi

Prof. Krishnacharya Tamanacharya Pandurangi Kr̥snācārya Tamanācārya Pāndurangi ;, was a notable Indologist and Sanskrit scholar. Pandurangi is unique among the contemporary Sanskrit scholars, who handled both the traditional and modern systems of ...

                                               

Karma Ke Rati

Karma Ke Rati is a 2013 Assamese-Sadri film by Jayanta Nath on Tea-garden community of Assam. The movie evolves around an incident happened in the annual Karam celebrated by the Tea-garden community of Assam.

                                               

Ateet

Ateet is a 2020 Hindi-lanuage film starring Priyamani Raj. A soldier lost in war and pronounced dead returns after a decade to his wife and daughter, only to realize that they have moved on. As he forces his way into their life, questions are ask ...

                                               

Fisker EMotion

The Fisker EMotion is an all-electric sports sedan concept car designed by Henrik Fisker for Fisker Inc. It is the second car produced by Fisker, who in 2011 produced the Fisker Karma with Fisker Automotive.

                                               

Won Cheon-seok

Won Cheon-Seok, also known as Ungok, widely considered a political hermit during late Goryeo Dynasty to early Joseon Dynasty and has been known as the writer of Heohoga, a song of reminiscence of the past in Cheong-gu-young-un, a collective editi ...

                                               

Pang Meng

Pang Meng was a Chinese general of the Xin Dynasty and early period of the Eastern Han Dynasty. He was born in Shanyang Commandery, Yanzhou.

                                               

A. M. Saravanam

Born in 1902 to 8th grade in the Nilgiris district of Uttamakandalam, Ooty, India. He was born and raised in the backward community. He was an agro-businessman and died in 1975. His history of struggle actively participating in the Periyakhayam a ...

                                               

Gerald Gaus

Gerald Gaus is an American philosopher and writer best known for authoring the non-fiction book The Tyranny of the Ideal: Justice in a Diverse Society, a critical treatise about ethical idealism in the context of heterogeneous modern cultures. Pr ...

                                               

Discontinuity

Discontinuity may refer to: Discontinuity mathematics, a property of a mathematical function A break in continuity fiction, in literature Discontinuity casting, an interruption in the normal physical structure or configuration of an article Disco ...

                                               

Stephanus Muller

Stephanus Muller born 2 January 1971, Pretoria is a South African music scholar and writer who has written about South African twentieth-century composition, exile, archiving, language politics, music and apartheid and university institutional tr ...

                                               

Gotthold

Gotthold is a given name of German origin and may refer to: People with Gotthold as a first name Gotthold Eisenstein 1823–1852, German mathematician Gotthold Schwarz born 1952, German bass-baritone singer and conductor Gotthold Gloger 1924–2001, ...

                                               

William Lyons (disambiguation)

William Lyons was a car manufacturer. William Lyons may also refer to: Bill Lyons born 1958, baseball player William "Billy" Lyons, murdered by Lee Shelton Bill Lyons screenwriter born 1945, actor turned writer for Emmerdale William Henry Holmes ...

                                               

William Wallace (disambiguation)

William Wallace mathematician 1768–1843, Scottish mathematician William Wallace, Baron Wallace of Saltaire born 1941, British academic, writer and politician Sir William Wallace marine engineer 1881–1963, inventor of naval technology and Scottish ...

                                               

John Leslie

John Leslie, 6th Earl of Rothes 1600–1641, Scottish nobleman John Leslie, 10th Earl of Rothes 1698–1767, British Army officer Shane Leslie, Anglo-Irish soldier and writer John Leslie bishop of Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh 1772–1854, Church of Irela ...

                                               

Confucius (disambiguation)

Confucius was a Chinese thinker and social philosopher. Confucius may also refer to: Confucius leafhopper, a genus of leafhoppers in the order Hemiptera Confucius Peace Prize, a peace prize in China since 2010 Potanthus confucius, a butterfly of ...

                                               

Savarkar: Echoes from a Forgotten Past

Savarkar: Echoes from a Forgotten Past, 1883–1924 is the first volume of a two-part biography about Vinayak Damodar Savarkar, written by biographer Vikram Sampath and published by Penguin Viking.

                                               

Graham Dunstan Martin

Catchfire Drew,1981 ISBN 978-0-395-31861-4 Half a Glass of Moonshine Unwin Hyman, 1988 ISBN 9780044400301 Giftwish Drew, 1978 ISBN 978-0-04-823175-8 The Soul Master Unwin, 1984 ISBN 978-0-04-827094-8 Time-Slip Unwin,1986 OCLC 761227833 The Dream ...

                                               

Immaterial

Immaterial may refer to: The opposite of matter, material, materialism, or materialistic Incorporeality Maya illusion, a concept in all Indian religions, that all matter is a grand illusion Its Immaterial, British pop music band Immaterial labor ...

                                               

Alastair White

Alastair White is a Scottish composer and writer. His work is characterised by a lyrical complexity which draws influence from technology, science, politics and materialist philosophy.

                                               

ARIA Achievement Awards

The ARIA Achievement Awards and ARIA Icon Awards, are awards presented periodically at the annual ARIA Music Awards, which recognise "the many achievements of Aussie artists across all music genres", and are "awarded at the discretion of the ARIA ...

                                               

Dialoghi di Trani

Dialoghi di Trani is an annual festival held in Trani, Italy. First held in 2002, the festivals goal is to spread and encourage cultural and literary knowledge, engage in debates on social issues and ultimately increase civic engagement and aware ...

                                               

Foucault

Foucault may refer to: Foucault crater, a small lunar impact crater Foucault pendulum Leon Foucault 1819–1868, French physicist. Three notable objects were named after him 5668 Foucault, an asteroid Foucault surname Foucault Deleuze book 1986, a ...