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Such a development would allow us to communicate with others through this language in addition to highlighting its contribution to human culture and cultural dialogue between peoples.
How it suggests they're blind to other forms of human culture (art, literature, music, and the best examples of philosophical thinking) eludes me.
On the sidelines of the Festival, the Center will hold a market for handicraft products and a photo gallery highlights human culture and the cultural heritage among peoples, al-Awlaki said.
A aims at showcasing the Sultanate as one of the countries interested in human culture and highlighting Oman's historic and cultural role in the Indian Ocean, especially the Sultanate is one of the founders of the Indian Ocean Rim Association for Regional Co-operation (IOR-ARC).
I always like to think that libraries are the bastions of open and free access to the record of human culture and knowledge.
Describing Iran as the cradle of global civilization and valuable wealth in human culture, he said that Tirana mulls expanding economic cooperation with Iran.
During a meeting with journalists at the ministry of culture, Awajan stressed the need to bolster human culture and the Jordanian approach of tolerance, and cement the values of justice in society.
Washington, January 31 ( ANI ): Comet explosions did not end the prehistoric human culture, known as Clovis, which existed in North America 13,000 years ago, according to a new research.
He commended the crucial role of the press in enhancing social awareness, instilling human culture and knowledge.
In Cells to Civilizations, Coen explains how evolution, development, learning, and human culture all change through a common recipe that is based on seven key principles.
The series presents works that are recognized by Muslim scholars as being early and important in their fields, are broadly recognized as important by international scholars, and have had a genuinely significant impact on the development of human culture.
1) Few participants in the contemporary discourse concerning the nature of the human person and the origin and idea of human culture have reasserted the continuing vitality of Christianity more powerfully than Rene Girard.

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