I.A. DONATISM(Latin: Donatismus, Greek: Donatismos)
Donatist beliefs arose in the context of fourth-century Christianity in Rome. Beginning in 303,
the emperor Diocletian ordered his armies to destroy all Christian churches and scriptures. The
MAPUA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
DEPT OF MULTIMEDIA ARTS AND SCIENCES
2ND QUARTER 2011-2012
GRUTAS, KENNETH RUSSEL DP
Anthropometrics - measurement of the dimensions of the body and other
A very close relationship between the mother and the child
starts with breastfeeding.
The anananggal has bat- like wings. It is a beautiful
woman at day, but a monster at night.
Galileo and the Aristotelian Cardinals: A Study of Suppression
Craig R. Smith
Director of the Center for First Amendment Studies
California State University, Long Beach
In Rome on a very hot August 13th, 1600, Giordano Bruno, a Dominican Friar, was
Destroying the aristotelian
Galileo Galilei (1564-1642)
Theory of Knowledge: Begins with the Sense
Studies nature not as steppingstone to reach
an understanding of the underlying reality of
His Primary Concern: Comprehen
1. State the reason of Marx why despite the criticisms he has for Idealism and Materialism,
he still adopted them to further his ideology.
Marx wrote his eleven Theses on Feuerbach, The Theses on Feuerbach are best known
for Theses 11, which sta
I. SOPHIST and PHILOSOPHER
Many people confuse sophistry with philosophy. They think that philosophers are arrogant
charlatans who foolishly think they know something. However, that description better fits those we now
call sophists. What is sophistry? An
THE OPIUM OF THE PEOPLE
Karl Marx , 1884
From: 1884 contribution to the critique of Hegels Philosophy of Rights
Man makes religion, religion does not make man. In other words, religion is the selfconsciousness and self-feeling of man who has either not ye
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Galileo: Destroying the Aristotelian Spheres
Like Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas, the theory of knowledge that Galileo Galilei (15641642) held begins with sense experience. But unlike Aristotle and Aquinas, who used experience in
order to arrive at the abso
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