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  • ...8), and, for the translation, to Dr. Zell’s ‘Zweite Analytica’ (Stuttgart, 1840). [[Category:Works originally in Greek]]
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  • |[[1840-1849]] ...201849-12-31%5D |title=Internet Archive Search : mediatype:texts AND date:[1840-01-01 TO 1849-12-31] |publisher=Internet Archive |accessdate=January 24, 20
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  • founder of the Etruria Works.) at Maer. My zeal was so great Euclid. The careful study of these works, without attempting to
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  • ministry of public works, and two years later again to that of justice. In the destruction of all the works on history and philosophy, a number
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  • ...available before WWII: Garvey, Marx, Lenin etc had already published their works. If Nkrumah, Zik, Awo, etc. read them, they somehow failed to absorb the im ...nce? <u>Faced with the same White Peril as the Africans, the Chinese, from 1840 onwards, went into a political and social convulsion and into an intellectu
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