Meditations with Hildegard of Bingen

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Presentation Summary: Title: Medieval Guilds Author: vhsetup.user Last modified by: Rust, Lauren Created Date: 1/7/2009 1:09:44 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3) Presentation Summary: Humanism was a philosophy, or way of thought, that developed during the Renaissance. ... He answers that if one authority originates totally from the other (as, he says, the matters is due to the originating authority. In Crito, Socrates holds that wrongdoing is reprehensible on all occasions. "It is never right to do a wrong or return a wrong or defend one's self against injury by retaliation."

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Publisher: Bear & Company; Original ed. edition (May 1, 1983)

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