Cruel Delight: Enlightenment Culture and the Inhuman

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Kelly 1998 is an encyclopedia covering a large range of topics in aesthetics, including informative entries on the major historical figures. The Greeks developed better armor, longer spears, and better athletic training. Affective responses to the universal objects of understanding are functions of intellectual appetition. b. Aminrazavi, in Anthology of Philosophy in Persia, IV, pp. 76-78 & 80-88. William of Occam, another Franciscan, is generally regarded as the last of the great medieval philosophers.

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