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"Breathe[s] new life into the historiography of Meiji education." --Monumenta Nipponica. Principle, Praxis, and the Politics of Educational Reform in Meiji Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, Pp. ix, - Volume 37 Issue 1 - Richard.
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Author: Oberhammer. Christian Arabic Apologetics during the Abbasid Period During the first six-seven centuries of the Islamic era there was a very lively exchange between Christian and Islamic thinking.
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Forgot your password? PDF Preview. Table of Contents. Related Content. Scholars in Action addresses the complexities of the culture of knowledge, focusing on the scholar, or savant, as its main actor. The book explores how, and to what end, savants in the 18th Century collated, produced, critiqued, propagated, diffused, and applied knowledge.
Based on a wide range of sources and looking at a great variety of savants, an international group of 40 authors open up new perspectives on eighteenth-century scholars and scholarship. Editors: Alison D. Morrison-Low , Sara J.