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November 30, 2013 Rated 5 out of 5 by Ambrosio Great purchase. Anselm of Canterbury ) up until the 13th century. It seems that there are many different, localized literatures in the history of emotions, each with its own emphases and lacunae, which makes it difficult to generalize. Fortune favours the brave. (Brian Tracy) Incorrect assumptions lie at the root of every failure. Die Erfolgsgeschichte eines vergleichenden Konzepts der christlichen Religionspolemik,” in Das Gesetz, pp. 527-73.

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