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More precisely, the "experts" in profoundest question were the (at any time) one thousand to two thousand slaves owned not by individual masters or mistresses but collectively by the Athenian demos (people, citizen estate) during the era of high democratic self-governance (c.
What can account for trauma in the profoundest sense of the word than realizing that if Samina was alive she would have given birth to her baby around the same days when her Chehlum will take place?
Similarly, Shahid ardently believes that literature including Leo Tolstoy's magnum opus has the power to educate about 'the profoundest dilemmas of living.'
One may observe in the poems of Blaga that the profoundest depths are to be found in the souls whose roots come from hundreds and hundreds of generations, in the common soul of the generations.
This has catalyzed what Branko Milanovic, who co-authored the World Bank research with Christoph Lakner, asserts is the "profoundest reshuffle of individual incomes on the global scale since the Industrial Revolution." At the same time, however, there is an opposing force - growing income inequality in many countries, an issue that has become increasingly politically salient.
Part of TCM originated in Central and Western Asian Muslim states that once settled the northern edge of China, which Stanford-trained historian and Sinologist Reiko Shinno calls "Mongol China." In her fascinating historical account of The Politics of Chinese Medicine under Mongol Rule, Shinno has captured TCM, its evolution, operation, efficacy and intertwining with politics of the epoch in meticulous details, which are marked by her sharpest observations and profoundest insights into Chinese society since the 1100s.
My profoundest thanks go to Jared Lobdell, and to Anthony Burdge of the New York Tolkien Conference, for providing me with a copy of Jared's unpublished paper and permission to cite it.
Eysenck held that "In rejecting religion altogether, humanism may be throwing out the ethical baby with the supernatural bathwater." For Einstein the true purpose of religion could be taken to be the emancipation of mankind from "the shackles of personal hopes and desires, and thereby [the attaining of] that humble attitude of mind toward the grandeur of reason incarnate in existence, which, in its profoundest depth, is inaccessible to man."
What does it mean that only three people have descended to the ocean's profoundest depths (one of them being the director James Cameron, a detail which I personally find somehow depressing)?
profoundest wisdom, or that ethereal product of the mind which
He believes in them, he takes them seriously just so far as he needs in order to give them the fullest and profoundest expression." About all that, goes on Mann, the artist is "very serious, serious even to tears, but yet not quite."