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Saint Alcuin had a long career as a teacher and scholar, first at the school at York, founded in AD 627 ( now known as St Peter's School, York ) and later as Charlemagne's leading advisor on ecclesiastical and educational matters.
According to 20th-century scholar Walther Ludwig, the poems were spuriously inserted into an early biography of Plato sometime between 250 BC and 100 BC and adopted by later writers from this source.
Hill accepted a position as a visiting scholar at the Institute for the Study of Social Change at University of California, Berkeley in January 1997, but soon joined the faculty of Brandeis University — first at the Women's Studies Program, later moving to the Heller School for Social Policy and Management.
He established his reputation publishing as a private scholar and, on the strength and quality of his work, was appointed Professor of Latin at University College London and later, at Cambridge.
The Masorti movement did not establish a presence in the United Kingdom until much later and came about largely because of a series of incidents known colletively as the " Jacobs affair ": Rabbi Louis Jacobs, a leading scholar of Anglo Jewry, joined the faculty of the Jews College, leaving his post as Rabbi of the New West End Synagogue, under the impression that he would eventually be made principal.
The great scholar Erasmus would later say that Catherine " loved good literature which she had studied with success since childhood ".
" He mentions Joseph Schacht as one scholar who argues this, claiming that Schacht " found no evidence of legal traditions before 722 ," from which Schacht concluded that " the Sunna of the Prophet is not the words and deeds of the Prophet, but apocryphal material " dating from later.
Kathleen Kenyon was the eldest daughter of Sir Frederic Kenyon, a biblical scholar and later director of the British Museum.
Martin Helwig's map went on to receive acclaim in a public writing by Caspar Peucer an eminent German scholar at the University of Wittenberg, his map was later also republished in several versions of Abraham Ortelius's pioneering world atlas " Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ".
" Cicero's description of the immutable, eternal, and universal natural law was quoted by Burlamaqui and later by the American revolutionary legal scholar James Wilson.
However, other scholars have found Grillo's arguments unpersuasive, arguing that Shakespeare could have derived much of this material from John Florio, an Italian scholar living in England who was later thanked by Ben Jonson for helping him get Italian details right for his play Volpone.
The later part of Petrarch's life he spent in journeying through northern Italy as an international scholar and poet-diplomat.
Among his correspondents are the musician and choirmaster of Antwerp, Jacobus Barbirianus ( Barbireau ), Alexander Hegius, rector of the Latin school at Deventer ( of Erasmian fame ), and the humanist scholar and later famed student of Hebrew, Johannes Reuchlin.
Of later authors, the work of Joanna Russ is considered by scholar Peter Nicholls to bear stylistic resemblance to New Wave.
Tycho later wrote that when he was around age two, his uncle, Danish nobleman Jørgen Thygesen Brahe, " without the knowledge of my parents took me away with him while I was in my earliest youth to become a scholar ".
Primary sources for accounts of the trial are given by two of Socrates ' friends, Plato and Xenophon ; well known later interpretations include those of the journalist I. F. Stone and the classics scholar Robin Waterfield.
Louis IV was assisted in his doctrinal dispute with the papacy by Marsilius of Padua and later by the English Franciscan friar and scholar William of Ockham.
Finally, the noted comparative religion scholar Mircea Eliade speculated that this conflict is actually a later version of an Indo-European myth concerning the conflict between and eventual integration of a pantheon of sky / warrior / ruler gods and a pantheon of earth / economics / fertility gods, with no strict historical antecedents.
A Corfu clergyman and scholar, Nikephoros Theotokis ( 1732 – 1800 ) became renowned in Greece as an educator, and in Russia ( where he moved later in his life ) as an Orthodox archbishop.
It was also later written of by the Ming Dynasty Chinese scholar Xu Guangqi ( 1562 – 1633 ).
" In fact one modern scholar has observed in Bacchylides a general tendency towards imitation, sometimes approaching the level of quotation: in this case, the eagle simile in Ode 5 may be thought to imitate a passage in the Homeric Hymn to Demeter ( 375 – 83 ), and the countless leaves fluttering in the wind on " the gleaming headlands of Ida ", mentioned later in the ode, recall a passage in Iliad ( 6. 146 – 9 ).
British biographer Jean Benedetti, who was a scholar and translator of nearly all of Constantin Stanislavski's works, spent most of his later years trying to correct what he felt were gross misunderstandings of Stanislavski's works, including the " over-limited reliance on psychological approaches that led to the American conception of method acting.
Another famous victim of castration was the medieval French philosopher, scholar, teacher, and ( later ) monk Pierre Abélard.
The most famous constructivist scholar, Alexander Wendt noted in a 1992 article in International Organization ( later followed up by a book, Social Theory of International Politics ( 1999 )), that " anarchy is what states make of it ".

scholar and stated
Theravadin bhikku and scholar Walpola Rahula ( Sri Rahula Maha Thera ) has stated that the bodhisattva ideal has traditionally been held to be higher than the state of a śrāvaka not only in Mahāyāna, but also in Theravāda Buddhism.
According to New Testament scholar Daniel Wallace, the theme may be stated pragmatically as “ Christians, get along with each other!
Mohamed El-Moctar El-Shinqiti, a contemporary Mauritanian scholar, has argued that " though homosexuality is a grievous sin ... no legal punishment is stated in the Qur ' an for homosexuality ... it is not reported that Prophet Muhammad has punished somebody for committing homosexuality ... there is no authentic hadith reported from the Prophet prescribing a punishment for the homosexuals ..." Hadith scholars such as Al-Bukhari, Yahya ibn Ma ` in, An-Nasa ' i, Ibn Hazm, Al-Tirmidhi, and others have impugned them.
In a commentary of the hadith Sahih Muslim, entitled al-Minhaj, the medieval Islamic scholar Yahya ibn Sharaf al-Nawawi stated that " one of the collective duties of the community as a whole ( fard kifaya ) is to lodge a valid protest, to solve problems of religion, to have knowledge of Divine Law, to command what is right and forbid wrong conduct ".
David M. Scholer, a Biblical scholar at Fuller Theological Seminary, stated that the verse Gal 3: 28 is " the fundamental Pauline theological basis for the inclusion of women and men as equal and mutual partners in all of the ministries of the church.
In an interview with Frederick Chapman, a Harvard graduate and Fulbright scholar who met Baba during a year of study in India, Baba stated that LSD is " harmful physically, mentally and spiritually ", and warned that " the continued use of LSD leads to madness or death.
In an opinion shared in some form or another by Harold Bloom, and Peter Alexander, early scholar Andrew Cairncross, stated that " It may be assumed, until a new case can be shown to the contrary, that Shakespeare's Hamlet and no other is the play mentioned by Nashe in 1589 and Henslowe in 1594.
In a lecture delivered on 12 September 2006, Pope Benedict XVI quoted from a dialogue believed to have occurred in 1391 between Manuel II and a Persian scholar and recorded in a book by Manuel II ( Dialogue 7 of Twenty-six Dialogues with a Persian ) in which the Emperor stated: " Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.
In a 2001 Torah commentary released on behalf of the Conservative Movement of Judaism, rabbinic scholar Robert Wexler stated: " The most likely assumption we can make is that both Genesis and Gilgamesh drew their material from a common tradition about the flood that existed in Mesopotamia.
In various interviews, he has stated his belief that of the many reasons for the deniers to oppose him and despise him, one of the most frustrating to them is the fact that their arguments have been so thoroughly debunked by a man who is not Jewish and has never professed to be a world-class scholar.
In his entry on Rota in the 1988 edition of The Concise Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Composers and Musicians, music scholar Nicholas Slonimsky described Rota as " brilliant " and stated that his musical style:
In its obituary of the scholar, The Independent stated that " Isaiah Berlin was often described, especially in his old age, by means of superlatives: the world's greatest talker, the century's most inspired reader, one of the finest minds of our time ... there is no doubt that he showed in more than one direction the unexpectedly large possibilities open to us at the top end of the range of human potential ".
The Iranian scholar Seyyed Hossein Nasr has stated that in the West, many will accept the ideology of modern science, not as " simple ordinary science ", but as a replacement for religion.
Despite absence of compelling evidence as to the ethnicity of the Funanese, modern scholar Michael Vickery has stated that " on present evidence it is impossible to assert that Funan as an area and its dominant groups were anything but Khmer ".
In 2006 Nancey Murphy, a religious scholar at Fuller Theological Seminary, stated she faced a campaign to get her fired after she expressed her view that intelligent design was not only poor theology, but " so stupid, I don't want to give them my time.
One British scholar stated his belief that " Pixies were evidently a smaller race, and, from the greater obscurity of the … tales about them, I believe them to have been an earlier race.
Poe scholar Richard P. Benton has stated his belief that " Poe's protagonist is an Englished version of the French Montrésor " and has argued forcefully that Poe's model for Montresor " was Claude de Bourdeille, Count of Montrésor, the 17th-century political conspirator in the entourage of King Louis XIII's weak-willed brother, Gaston d ' Orléans ".
By a process of looking at the context of what is being stated within the passage, a scholar is able to better derive the correct definition.
The Italian scholar Carlo Conti Rossini, however, was unconvinced by either of these theories and in 1954 stated that he believed the matter unresolved.
Sima stated that he did not regret the act, noting that Iorga the scholar had had a long enough career, and arguing, counterfactually, that the revenge was saluted by most Romanians.
Josephus scholar Louis H. Feldman has stated that " few have doubted the genuineness " of Josephus ' reference to Jesus in Antiquities 20, 9, 1 and it is only disputed by a small number of scholars.
James D. G. Dunn addressed Wells ' statement and stated that he knew of no other scholar that shared that view, and most other scholars had other and more plausible explanations for the fact that Paul did not include a narrative of the life of Jesus in his letters, which were primarily written as religious documents rather than historical chronicles at a time when the life story of Jesus could have been well known within the early Church.
* The Hanafi scholar Yahya ibn Ma ' in stated:
' And remember your Lord when you forget ...'" Muslim scholar Ibn Abbas stated that it is in fact obligatory for a Muslim to say In šāʾ Allāh when referring to something he or she intends to do in the future.

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