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Changing concepts of nature at the turn of the millennium

Changing concepts of nature at the turn of the millennium

proceedings : plenary session of the Pontifical academy of sciences, 26-29 October 1998.

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Published by Pontificia academia scientiarum in Città del Vaticano .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesPontificiae academiae scientiarum scripta varia -- 95
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxix, 340 p. :
Number of Pages340
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22523712M
ISBN 108877610700

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Although much has been written on the nature of their "relationship," the issue continues to generate a lively debate as we approach a new millennium. The question that still divides critics today is whether Gogol served as a possible model for Dostoevsky, one that he imitated and admired, or just the opposite-an object of ://   The Catholic Church on the eve of the Council was narrow, but it drew strength from its narrowness. That narrowness and strength in England as elsewhere were the product of a unique blend of circumstances - Reformation history, Irish immigration, ultramontane clerical formation: it cannot be recovered or repeated, and nostalgia is a poor fuel

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