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  1. The appropriating process: A brief study of its history and philosophy, general characteristics and its application to New Mexico by Maralyn S Budke, 1964
  2. The modern mystery: Or, Table-tapping, its history, philosophy, and general attributes by J. G MacWalter, 1854
  3. Health by exercise: Showing what exercises to take, and how to take them, to remove special physical weakness : embracing the history and philosophy of ... summary of the general principles of hygiene by Geo. H Taylor, 1884
  4. Synopsis of sciences and arts: Arranged under the general heads of philosophy, history and arts : to which is prefixed a chart showing at one view the ... sciences and arts, now known in the world by Peter Birkman, 1829
  5. Reason in History : A General Introduction to the Philosophy of History by Robert S. Hartman, 1953
  6. Philosophies of Music History;: A Study of General Histories of Music, 1600-1960 (Dover Books on Music) by Warren Dwight Allen, 1962
  7. Florentine Codex: General History of the Things of New Spain. Book 6--Rhetoric and Moral Philosophy (Florentine Codex, General History of the Things of New Spain, Book 6) by Arthur J. O. Anderson, 1970-02-08
  8. Reason in History: A General Intoruction to the Philosophy of History (The Library of Liberal Arts)
  9. Philosophies of Music History A Study of General Histories of Music 1600-1960 by Warren Dwight Allen, 1962
  10. Reason In History; A General Introduction to The Philosophy of History by Georg and Friedrich Hegel; Robert S Hartman (translated with an introduction by) Wilhelm, 1954
  11. REASON IN HISTORY:A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO THE PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY.Translated with introduction by Robert S.Hartman by G.W.F. Hegel, 1981
  12. Managerial decentralization: A study of the general electric philosophy (Hive management history series) by Ronald G Greenwood, 1982
  13. Reason in History: a General Introduction to the Philosophy of History by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, 1954
  14. The life and letters of John Locke,: With extracts from his journals and common-place books. With a general index (Philosophy and religious history monographs, 93) by Peter King King, 1972

161. Bethel College & Seminary, St. Paul, MN
A fouryear, liberal arts institution committed to a distinctly evangelical Christian philosophy of education, sponsored by the churches of the Baptist general Conference and affiliated with Bethel Seminary.
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162. Independent Living Resources / Family Village
Links to papers on Independent Living philosophy and lists of Independent LIving Centers.
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163. Silver.Cat.Studios - Signs & Graphics - 215.917.8303
A downto-earth webzine covering environment, politics, philosophy, and life in general.
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164. Wm. Kent Johnson, M.D., F.A.C.S., P.A. -- General Surgeon
Houston general Surgeon. Offers descriptions, explanations, and treatments of common surgical problems. The importance of practice philosophy, scope of practice, and credentials are emphasized. (Texas)
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165. Sparsabhumi - Buddhist And Indological Studies
Selected Resources for the Study of Buddhism, Indian philosophy and Culture and the Encounter between India and the Western World (Buddhist Texts in Pali, Sanskrit, Tibetan, Central Asian Languages, Chinese and in Modern European Languages, Sanskrit Literature in general, Other Indian Languages Texts, Buddhist and Indian Art and Western Classical Texts of Interest to the Indologist and the Buddhist Scholar)
Buddhist and Indological Studies Selected Resources for the Study of Buddhism, Indian Philosophy and Culture and the Encounter between India and the Western World (Buddhist Texts in Pali, Sanskrit, Tibetan, Central Asian Languages, Chinese and in Modern European Languages, Sanskrit Literature in General, Other Indian Languages Texts, Buddhist and Indian Art and Western Philosophical and Literary Texts of Interest to the Indologist and the Buddhist Scholar) The author is a member of... [ANU Home Page] [Faculty of Asian Studies] Last update 20 August 2000

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167. Yi Hwang (T'oegye)
Article adapted from the 1994 Routledge Encyclopedia of philosophy, briefly discussing this philosopher's relation to Korean NeoConfucianism in general.'oegye.htm
Yi Hwang (T'oegye) Yi Hwang (1501-1570) best known by his honorific name T'oegye, is one of the two most honored thinkers of the Korean Neo-Confucian tradition. His fully balanced and integral grasp of the complex philosophical Neo-Confucian synthesis woven by Chu Hsi during China's Sung dynasty marks the tradition's arrival at full maturity in Korea. His "four-seven debate" with Ki Taesŭng established a distinctive problematique that strongly oriented Korean Neo-Confucian thought towards exacting investigation of critical issues regarding the juncture of metaphysics and their all-important application in describing the inner life of the human heart-and-mind
He took the civil service examinations and served in government for a number of years, but his true longing was for a life of quiet study, reflection, and self-cultivation. He retired from office in his late forties to pursue his dream, and the following two decades were a period of tremendous productivity in spite of frequent recalls to office as his fame as a scholar and teacher grew. The differing orientations crystallized into bloody clashes and purges by the end of the fourteenth century as young men steeped in moral rigorism began to move from the countryside into government.

168. Jiyushinkai Aikibudo
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169. Jean-Jacques Rousseau | Philosopher
Biography and some general philosophy links.
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was born on June 28, 1712 in Geneva, Switzerland. His mother died shortly after his birth. When Rousseau was 10 his father fled from Geneva to avoid imprisonment for a minor offense, leaving young Jean-Jacques to be raised by an aunt and uncle. Rousseau left Geneva at 16, wandering from place to place, finally moving to Paris in 1742. He earned his living during this period, working as everything from footman to assistant to an ambassador. Rousseau's profound insight can be found in almost every trace of modern philosophy today. Somewhat complicated and ambiguous, Rousseau's general philosophy tried to grasp an emotional and passionate side of man which he felt was left out of most previous philosophical thinking. In his early writing, Rousseau contended that man is essentially good, a "noble savage" when in the "state of nature" (the state of all the other animals, and the condition man was in before the creation of civilization and society), and that good people are made unhappy and corrupted by their experiences in society. He viewed society as "articficial" and "corrupt" and that the furthering of society results in the continuing unhappiness of man. Rousseau's essay, "Discourse on the Arts and Sciences" (1750), argued that the advancement of art and science had not been beneficial to mankind. He proposed that the progress of knowledge had made governments more powerful, and crushed individual liberty. He concluded that material progress had actually undermined the possibility of sincere friendship, replacing it with jealousy, fear and suspicion.

170. Index To The New Zealand Health Information Network
Classes in hatha yoga and meditation, individual yoga therapy. Christcurch and Kaiapoi class locations. Site includes general information about yoga philosophy and practice.
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171. VKFA Entrance
Teaching Yin Style Baguazhang in the lineage of Dr. Xie Peiqi. Includes curriculum, class schedule, staff, philosophy, guidelines and general information.

172. Saybrook 404 File
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173. Brahms' Rules Of Musical Composition
His philosophy and techniques are explored along with those of other composers. Also MSPlus desktop theme and a general music bibliography.
Welcome Here you will discover some interesting insight into the great composer Johannes Brahms's mind regarding his philosophy and techniques on composing and inspiration. As well as a special link which demonstrates the other great composers' thoughts on their inspiration. Very informative to those who wish to discover the inner workings of these great genius' minds. Plus an exhaustive bibliography is included listing some very important books in the complete art of music, including film scoring. Plus a new Desktop Theme!
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174. Physical Arts - The Holistic Approach To Martial Arts, Health And Personal Fitne
Extensive description and media on general martial arts training with information on martial arts philosophy and coming events.

175. Troop 651 Boy Scouts Of America In San Marcos, California
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176. Pagan-Shadows
More philosophy than not. general pagan information.
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177. Linux Security
general overview of security issues that face the administrator of Linux systems. It covers general security philosophy and a number of specific examples of how to better secure your Linux system from intruders.

178. June 2004 Synthetic Zero
A personal journal on art, philosophy, design, science, postmodern culture, architecture (in the general sense), ideas, events, observations.
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June 8, 2004 This is the odd thing; at every era in history, we have tended to think: "Now we have got it all figured out. We know pretty much everything, except for a few small details which still need to be worked out." The Greeks thought they had it worked out, except for a few details. The Egyptians. The ancient Chinese. The Romans, the Christians, the Incas. In every case, not only did it turn out that they didn't have it all figured out, but what they hadn't yet figured out was vast, incredible, earth-shatteringly bizarre. And now, here we are and yet again, we as a human civilization think that we have it all figured out, except for a few details. We're close to a grand unified theory of physics, they say, M-Theory, a "Theory of Everything", but, you know, there are just a few pesky details to work out. These theories are, in fact, remarkably successful ... yet, who is asking the question: how do we really know that our current theories about the world actually correspond to reality? Physics, in fact, works remarkably well for many things, yet - it is still not unified. The major theories (quantum mechanics and relativity) are incompatible - though there are many promising attempts to unify them, none have yet been successful. But how do we really know that even a unified theory would actually correspond to reality at all scales? Starting from the atoms and particles, we can't even begin to compute what something as big as a human being would do. How can we be really sure that we know

179. Martial Arts International
Organization based in New Jersey, USA. Features class timetable, instructor biographies, philosophy, events and general background information of interest.

180. The Stoic Forum
International Stoic Society's Open forum. You are welcome to post practically anything you care to about the philosophy, content or aims of Stoicism in general or the society in particular.
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