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La teoria della relatività di Aristotele

Filosofia della Natura Corso: Lo spazio e il tempo in Aristotele Prof. Fulvio Di Blasi LEZIONE: La teoria della relatività di Aristotele Il concetto di tempo...

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Aristotele’s Relativity Theory

Philosophy of Nature Corse: Aristotle on Space and Time Prof. Fulvio Di Blasi Class: Aristotele's Relativity Theory The concept of time is very similar to the...

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Class 8: The Expansion of Liberty: Introduction and Free Speech I

Political Science Course on "The Changing Purposes of American Government" Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 8: "The Expansion of Liberty: Introduction and Free Speech I" The...

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Class 7: The Rise of Equality: Gender II

Political Science Course on "The Changing Purposes of American Government" Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 7: "The Rise of Equality: Gender II" We turn now to...

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Never Accept the Status Quo

Santo J. Costa discusses the transience of life in "Never Accept the Status Quo" We should never accept the status quo. If you think about life...

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Gratitude and Envy

Dr. David O'Connor discusses "Gratitude and Envy" The academic world tends to regard irony and satire as the highest expressions of wit. It is worthwhile...

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Class 6: The Rise of Equality: Gender I

Political Science Course on "The Changing Purposes of American Government" Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 6: "The Rise of Equality: Gender I" We have been discussing...

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Slaves of Reason?

Fulvio Di Blasi discusses the free will's dependence upon the faculty of reason in "Slaves of Reason?" Thomas Aquinas explains that we have free will...

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John J. Butler

Interview with John J. Butler, Partner at Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP and MA candidate in History at NC State. Butler's research about the history of...

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Why It Is Hard to Be Comfortable with Change

Santo J. Costa discusses "Why It Is Hard to Be Comfortable with Change" Many people find it difficult to be comfortable with change. The celebrated author...

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