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Author : Samuel How
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Release : 1792
Page : 74
Category : Revelation
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Author : Samuel How
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Author : Samuel How
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Release : 1794
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Author : Samuel How
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Release : 1792
Page : 74
Category : Bible
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Author : Samuel How
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Author : Samuel How
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Release : 1826
Page : 60
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Author : Samuel How
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Release : 1816
Page : 81
Category : Revelation
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Author : Samuel How
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Release : 1692
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Author : Samuel How
William Kiffin
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Release : 1639
Page : 39
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Author : Theophilus Evans
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Release : 1757
Page : 174
Category : Church history
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Author : C F Goodey
Publisher : Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Release : 2013-07-28
Page : 392
Category : Medical
ISBN 13 : 1409482359
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Starting with the hypothesis that not only human intelligence but also its antithesis 'intellectual disability' are nothing more than historical contingencies, C.F. Goodey's paradigm-shifting study traces the rich interplay between labelled human types and the radically changing characteristics attributed to them. From the twelfth-century beginnings of European social administration to the onset of formal human science disciplines in the modern era, A History of Intelligence and 'Intellectual Disability' reconstructs the socio-political and religious contexts of intellectual ability and disability, and demonstrates how these concepts became part of psychology, medicine and biology. Goodey examines a wide array of classical, late medieval and Renaissance texts, from popular guides on conduct and behavior to medical treatises and from religious and philosophical works to poetry and drama. Focusing especially on the period between the Protestant Reformation and 1700, Goodey challenges the accepted wisdom that would have us believe that 'intelligence' and 'disability' describe natural, trans-historical realities. Instead, Goodey argues for a model that views intellectual disability and indeed the intellectually disabled person as recent cultural creations. His book is destined to become a standard resource for scholars interested in the history of psychology and medicine, the social origins of human self-representation, and current ethical debates about the genetics of intelligence.


Author : John Donoghue
Publisher : University of Chicago Press
Release : 2013-11-15
Page : 400
Category : History
ISBN 13 : 022607286X
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In Fire under the Ashes, John Donoghue recovers the lasting significance of the radical ideas of the English Revolution, exploring their wider Atlantic history through a case study of Coleman Street Ward, London. Located in the crowded center of seventeenth-century London, Coleman Street Ward was a hotbed of political, social, and religious unrest. There among diverse and contentious groups of puritans a tumultuous republican underground evolved as the political means to a more perfect Protestant Reformation. But while Coleman Street has long been recognized as a crucial location of the English Revolution, its importance to events across the Atlantic has yet to be explored. Prominent merchant revolutionaries from Coleman Street led England’s imperial expansion by investing deeply in the slave trade and projects of colonial conquest. Opposing them were other Coleman Street puritans, who having crossed and re-crossed the ocean as colonists and revolutionaries, circulated new ideas about the liberty of body and soul that they defined against England’s emergent, political economy of empire. These transatlantic radicals promoted social justice as the cornerstone of a republican liberty opposed to both political tyranny and economic slavery—and their efforts, Donoghue argues, provided the ideological foundations for the abolitionist movement that swept the Atlantic more than a century later.


Author : Gilbert Nelson
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Release : 1741
Page : 444
Category : Faith and reason
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Author : Charles BRUCE (4th Earl of Elgin and 3rd Earl of Ailesbury.)
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Release : 1733
Page : 312
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Author : Thomas Jolley
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Author : Augustus Montague Toplady
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Release : 1820
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Author : Enosh MOPHET (pseud.)
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Release : 1708
Page : 78
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Author : Straker, William, bookseller, London
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Release : 1853
Page : 419
Category : Booksellers' catalogs
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Author : Anne Laurence
W.R. Owens
Publisher : A&C Black
Release : 1990-01-01
Page : 181
Category : History
ISBN 13 : 9781852850272
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This volume of original essays is designed to be of interest to students not only of Bunyan, but of the history, religion and literature of the seventeenth century