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Weil

(vīl),
Adolf, German physician, 1848-1916. See: Weil disease.

Weil

(vīl),
Edmund, Austrian physician, 1880-1922. See: Weil-Felix reaction, Weil-Felix test.

Weil

(vīl),
Ludwig A., German dentist, 1849-1895. See: Weil basal layer, Weil basal zone.
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But, like Simone Weil, Pasternak could not accept the Old Testament because it introduces the idea of the "chosen.
But the paper also has two subsidiary objectives: first, to set the stage for a long-overdue conversation between philosophers of needs and care theorists; and second, to introduce Simone Weil to students of women's studies.
Simone Weil, Consenting Attention, and the Collocation of Truth, Goodness, God, and Poetry
Asi ocurre, por ejemplo, en su constante dialogo con Simone Weil, con quien comparte la angustiosa apelacion a un Dios que manifiesta su ausencia al permitir el dolor.
Religion in the perverted form of idolatry or ideology is at the root of violence for Simone Weil and Rene Girard.
It is through this reading that Castellanos to some extent bridges the chasm that appears to separate Simone de Beauvoir from Simone Weil.
Here Grant's guide was neither Heidegger nor Strauss, but Simone Weil.
SIMONE WEIL (Jose Luis y Maria Teresa Escartin Trads.
The CBSO's visit to the Lincoln Centre's Broadway venue included the first three US performances of Saariaho's dramatic oratorio La Passion de Simone, based on the life of Simone Weil and featuring renowned American soprano Dawn Upshaw.
Philosopher, mystic, activist--all terms discussing one Simone Weil.
There are also lesser-known figures, often marginalized: Theodore the Studite, Julian of Norwich, Bartolome de Las Casas, Sor Juana Ines de La Cruz, Frederick Douglass, Simone Weil, and John Mbiti.