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If the smaller format of the these volumes proves too compact (compared to the late-nineteenth-century Gesamtausgabe edited by Eusebius Mandyczewski or the Max Friedlaender C.
AKAKIKO Restaurant, Vienna, Austria, Contact Michael Friedlaender
This imperialist assumption of superiority is further demonstrated in his concern that if "male systems" (read Euro-American, white male systems) were changed, chaos would be the result (as cited in Butterfield, Friedlaender, & Kline, 1975, p.
Unattributed quotations, Bernard Lewis, "On the Revolutions in Early Islam," Studio Islarnica 32 (1970), 225; see Israel Friedlaender, "The Heterodoxies of the Shiites in the Presentation of Ibn klazm," JAOS 28 (1907): 43-44.
Friedlaender GE, Perry CR, Cole JD, Cook SD, Cierny G, Muschler GF, et al.
The project used art works in a museum and visual training as a means to develop observational and diagnostic reasoning skills (Pellico, Friedlaender, & Fennie, 2009).
Houses in the Sand began as a doctoral dissertation at the University of California-Los Angeles under the direction of Saul Friedlaender, a prominent historian of Nazism and the Holocaust.
Huerta, Johnny Friedlaender, Rene Hatfield, Alfredo Zalce, Robert Wiemerskirch, Peter Max, Abe Sprinsock, Dick Wray, Robert Harrison, Katherine Nelson, Jim Jones, S.
Tishkoff SA, Reed FA, Friedlaender FR, et al The genetic structure and history of Africans and African Americans.
As recently as 1962, the German-American art historian Walter Friedlaender seemed to suggest, in an essay on Poussin, that this state was almost a medical condition, a physiological necessity: 'It is a remarkable and often discussed phenomenon that great artists develop in the last years of their lives a sublime style which differs symptomatically from the style of their youth and maturity.
Rhoades evaluates Schleiermacher, Kierkegaard, Hegel, Nietzsche, Leo Strauss (who receives the most attention), Stanley Rosen, Eric Voegelin, and Paul Friedlaender on reading Plato.