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José Beltrán Llavador

imagination; and I agreed, and still agree, with them there.” 3 But he differed from them in their belief that all products of the imagination were negative. As opposed to this view of the fruits of the imagination, he attests that “they alone are good; and the rest—the whole real world—is ashes in the

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Andrés Tutor

initial reference point, this notion will be defined as the belief in the existence of multiple, incompatible, and incommensurable values, among which individuals are obliged to choose. Once this is established and defined, my intent will be to locate this very same idea in the socio-political expositions

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Lola Guyot

abandoned his ethnic identity, and was likely to be excluded from the community. 3 These mechanisms, along with the beliefs shared by many Tamils that the separatist war led by the ltte was the only way to defend the interests of the Tamil people, explains why members of the diaspora behaved to a large

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Laurinda Brown and Maria Dolores Lozano (Lolis)

experience, not from beliefs or judgements of what happened, often involves teachers in a move to the present tense. Staying with the detail is important, a maximal exhaustivity of description that allows access to the implicit. (adapted from, 2006, pp. 229–269) The final protocol, number 3, is the one that

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Gülnur Demirci

commemorative ceremonies. Music and elegies here play a pivotal role. First of all, Circassians are recognised through their music and folklore by the host community. Also, music is regarded as a holy activity by Circassians as remnants of their pagan beliefs; it constitutes an important part of religious and

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Krzysztof Piotr Skowroński

of any one group of human beings that maintains that valuable things depend upon circumstances would make these people “more truly social than would a belief that things have an intrinsic and unchangeable values, no matter what the attitude of any one to them may be.” 24 Nevertheless, Santayana can

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Cayetano Estébanez

consequences that this would do to harmony, variety, knowledge, the beauty of the place, and the lives of the people. This is a prime example of complete madness in action. Democritus gives the most incisive explanation of the concepts of madness and normal madness (or true sanity): “Belief in the

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Edited by Alexander N. Chumakov, Ilya V. Ilyin and Ivan I. Mazour

that the best way to help the poor out of their misery is to allow the rich to get richer, that if the rich pay less taxes then the rest of society will be better off, and that in the final analysis the richness of the few benefits all. Yet these commonly held beliefs are flatly contradicted by our

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Edited by Alexander N. Chumakov, Ilya V. Ilyin and Ivan I. Mazour

we have obligations to others that are greater than just the sharing of citizenship. The second idea is that we should never take for granted the value of life, and we should become informed about the practices and beliefs of others. Appiah has been a critic of contemporary theories of Afrocentrism

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Edited by Alexander N. Chumakov, Ilya V. Ilyin and Ivan I. Mazour

twenty-first century. With its roster of internationally renowned members, the Club initiates a dialogue between different belief systems and worldviews in order to co-create and develop effective strategies for responsible and sustainable action with a global focus. The idea of the Club of Budapest was