Prize Book Catalogue. A general catalogue of books kept for sale at the People's Depository for Ontario, etc
Title Prize Book Catalogue. A general catalogue of books kept for sale at the People's Depository for Ontario, etc PDF eBook
Author People's Depository of Books for Ontario (TORONTO)
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Pages 84
Release 1874
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Dissection in Classical Antiquity
Title Dissection in Classical Antiquity PDF eBook
Author Claire Bubb
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Pages 413
Release 2022-11-30
Genre History
ISBN 100915947X

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Comprehensive study of the social and medical history of dissection in classical antiquity and the parallel development of anatomical texts.



A General Catalogue of Books kept for sale at the People's Depository of Ontario ... for High and Public School Libraries in Ontario, etc
Title A General Catalogue of Books kept for sale at the People's Depository of Ontario ... for High and Public School Libraries in Ontario, etc PDF eBook
Author People's Depository of Books for Ontario (TORONTO)
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Pages 76
Release 1874
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Peoples and Places
Title Peoples and Places PDF eBook
Author Matthew Hirt
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Pages 256
Release 2022-05-27
Genre Religion
ISBN 1666733342

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Jesus’s final command to his disciples was to make disciples of all nations. But who are the nations? How do we know we are being obedient to the task? Do our current lists of ethnolinguistic people groups sufficiently answer the question? For the last fifty years, missiologists and missionaries have discussed this topic, but much of the conversation has been focused on definitions that give little attention to biblical theology. When we explore how the Bible describes “the nations,” we find some other categories that have been overlooked, forgotten, or set aside in the development of missions strategy. Geography is one of these categories. However, this is not simply bringing current geo-political entities back into our missions strategy. Instead, Matthew Hirt is calling on missiologists, missions researchers, and missionaries on the field to discover how people groups identify their own geographies and, in turn, how that geography contributes to a people group’s identity.



Creatures Born of Mud and Slime
Title Creatures Born of Mud and Slime PDF eBook
Author Daryn Lehoux
Publisher JHU Press
Pages 150
Release 2017-11-19
Genre Science
ISBN 1421423820

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A history and analysis of the theory of spontaneous generation and how scientific thought progresses. We accept that, at some point in the history of our universe, living creatures emerged from nonliving matter. Yet from the time of Aristotle until the late nineteenth century, many people believed in spontaneous generation, that living creatures sprang into existence from rotting material. As Daryn Lehoux explains in this fascinating book, spontaneous generation was perhaps the last stand of the ancient scientific worldview. In Creatures Born of Mud and Slime, Lehoux shows that—far from being a superstitious, gullible, or simplistic belief—spontaneous generation was a sophisticated and painstakingly grounded fact that stood up to the best scientific testing. Starting with the ancient Greeks’ careful and detailed investigations into how animals are generated straight through to the early modern period, Lehoux brings to life the intellectual contexts, rivalries, observational evidence, and complex and fascinating theories that were used to understand and explain the phenomena. The book highlights both the weirdness and the wonder that lie at the heart of investigations into nature. Lehoux concludes with a new look at a set of conflicting experiments that demonstrate that even the best scientific evidence can end up muddying what we take to be the truth about the world. Creatures Born of Mud and Slime is a compelling look at how we understand conceptions of scientific change, truth, and progress. “A very well-written and well-researched book that grapples with the foundational questions of the history of Western philosophy.” —Justin E. H. Smith, author of The Philosopher: A History in Six Types “A historical tour de force . . . the author’s brilliant prose [makes] the reader appreciate at one time the strangeness and the persuasive power of outmoded scientific explanations.” —Paolo Savoia, Nuncius 34 “Concise and accessible, Lehoux’s clarity and graceful prose make this book . . . a pleasure to delve into.” —James Strick, HOPOS 8



Catalogue of Books
Title Catalogue of Books PDF eBook
Author Howell, Edward, firm, booksellers, Liverpool
Publisher
Pages 340
Release 1878
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The Best Books
Title The Best Books PDF eBook
Author William Swan Sonnenschein
Publisher
Pages 1146
Release 1891
Genre Best books
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