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early and professed
From the early 1830s, Lincoln was a steadfast Whig and professed to friends in 1861 to be, " an old line Whig, a disciple of Henry Clay ".
Benton had professed beliefs in theistic satanism during Deicide's early years, claimed to slaughter rodents for fun, and that he held beliefs in demonic possession and that he was possessed.
Some early Christian Gnostic sects professed reincarnation.
In December 1680, a prominent member of the county and professed Anglican, William Stevens of Rehoboth settlement, sent a request to the Presbytery of Laggan in northern Ireland to consider sending a Presbyterian minister to Somerset county ; and the first Presbyterian minister, Reverend Francis Makemie, arrived in early 1683, quickly followed by a growing list of additional Irish Presbyterian ministers and missionaries.
From 1788 to 1808, the entire text of A Plain Account was placed in the Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and numerous persons in early American Methodism professed the experience of entire sanctification, including Bishop Francis Asbury.
One of his early religious instructors was an Islamic teacher who professed a nonviolent philosophy, and Padilla appeared at the time to be faithful to his mentor's teachings.
The Catholic Encyclopedia reported that some archaeologists had professed to discover a figure of the crown of thorns in the circle which sometimes surrounds the chi-rho emblem on early Christian sarcophagi, but the compilers considered that it seemed to be quite as probable that this was only meant for a laurel wreath.
His appearances on TV talk shows in the late 1960s and early 1970s helped to establish Kardecist Spiritism as one of the religions professed in Brazil.
He entered the Order of St. Benedict at an early age and was professed at the Trinity Abbey, Vendôme, on 4 October 1632, but his health soon obliged him to remove to Paris.
Certain aspects of these early religious practice survive even today the term buniag ( ie baptism ), it is said comes from Buni or Kabunian, and, until more recent years, in Santa Maria some professed belief in spirits inhibiting fields and trees, in whose honor half-cooked rice, betel nut and chicken meat were offered.

early and empiricist
What early philosophers described as empiricist and empirical research have in common is the dependence on observable data to formulate and test theories and come to conclusions.
From the early part of the 20th century until WWII, the field was characterised by a notably empiricist and positivist approach, termed the " French School ," in which scholars examined works forensically, looking for evidence of " origins " and " influences " between works from different nations.
He proposed a nativist explanation for depth perception, and his book has been cited as an outstanding early contribution to the debate between the nativist and empiricist views of perception.

early and Thomas
One of the early humorists already mentioned, Thomas Bangs Thorpe, can be used to illustrate another point where Faulkner touches authentic Southern materials and also earlier literary treatment of those materials.
Thomas early Sunday went to the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thomas, 511 Blanche St., NW, looking for his wife, Margaret Lou Thomas, 18, and their 11-month-old baby.
In early 1776, Thomas Paine argued in the closing pages of the first edition of Common Sense that the “ custom of nations ” demanded a formal declaration of American independence if any European power were to mediate a peace between the Americans and Great Britain.
In American history important spokesmen included Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur ( 1735 – 1813 ), and John Taylor of Caroline ( 1753 – 1824 ) in the early national period.
* Anastasius, a novel by Thomas Hope in the early 19th century.
Saint Thomas Aquinas's aesthetic is probably the most famous and influential theory among medieval authors, having been the subject of much scrutiny in the wake of the neo-Scholastic revival of the late 19th and early 20th centuries and even having received the approbation of the celebrated Modernist writer, James Joyce.
As early as 1573, Thomas Digges had suggested that this theory should necessitate a parallactic shifting of the stars, and, consequently, if such stellar parallaxes existed, then the Copernican theory would receive additional confirmation.
In the early 19th century there was much interest in enclosing and " improving " the open moorland on Dartmoor, encouraged by Sir Thomas Tyrwhitt's early successes at Tor Royal near Princetown.
The term " Cheer Leader " had been used as early as 1897, with Princeton's football officials having named three students as Cheer Leaders: Thomas, Easton and Guerin from Princeton's classes of 1898, 1898 and 1899, respectively, on October 26, 1897 ; these students would cheer for the team also at football practices, and special cheering sections were designated in the stands for the games themselves for both the home and visiting teams.
Historians widely believe that the widower Thomas Jefferson, both before and during his presidency of the United States in the early 19th century, had an intimate relationship of 38 years with his mixed-race slave Sally Hemings, in such an arrangement, and fathered all of her six children of record.
In the early days after the death of John Thomas the group could have moved in a number of directions.
The first recorded Diprotodon remains were discovered in a cave near Wellington in New South Wales in the early 1830s by Major Thomas Mitchell who sent them to England for study by Sir Richard Owen.
In the early part of his marriage, Thomas and his family lived hand-to-mouth, settling in the Welsh fishing village of Laugharne.
These Are The Men ( 1943 ) was a more ambitious piece where Thomas ' verse accompanies Leni Riefenstahl's footage of an early Nuremberg rally.
In early 1943 Thomas began a relationship with Pamela Glendower, one of several affairs he had during his marriage.
Thomas ' early poetry was noted for its verbal density, alliteration, sprung rhythm and internal rhyme, and he was described by some critics as having being influenced by English poet Gerard Manley Hopkins.
Head of Programmes Wales at the BBC, Aneirin Talfan Davies, who commissioned several of Thomas ' early radio talks, believed that the poet's " whole attitude is that of the medieval bards.
* Dylan Thomas: Quite early one morning and other memories ( Caedmon TC 1132 – 1960 )
He spent his early youth attending Public School 149 in East New York, Brooklyn, where he began entertaining his young classmates with songs and jokes, before moving to Thomas Jefferson High School, but he never graduated.
The medieval universities of Western Christendom were well-integrated across all of Western Europe, encouraged freedom of enquiry and produced a great variety of fine scholars and natural philosophers, including Thomas Aquinas of the University of Naples, Robert Grosseteste of the University of Oxford, an early expositor of a systematic method of scientific experimentation ; and Saint Albert the Great, a pioneer of biological field research The University of Bologne is considered the oldest continually operating university.

early and Hobbes
In early 2010, Watterson was interviewed by The Plain Dealer on the 15th anniversary of the end of Calvin and Hobbes.
While Hobbes justifies absolute monarchy, this work is the first to posit that the temporal power of a monarch comes about, not because God has ordained that he be monarch, but because his subjects have freely yielded their own power and freedom to him-in other words, Hobbes replaces the divine right of kings with an early formulation of the social contract.
In fact, Rousseau arguably shared Hobbes ' pessimistic view of humankind, except that as Rousseau saw it, Hobbes had made the error of assigning it to too early a stage in human evolution.
Concerning " free will ", most early modern philosophers, including Hobbes, Spinoza, Locke and Hume believed that the term was frequently used in a wrong or illogical sense, and that the philosophical problems concerning any difference between " will " and " free will " are due to verbal confusion ( because all will is free ):
In 1835, Hale's " Reflections on Hobbes ' Dialogue " was discovered ; Frederick Pollock posits that since Hobbes ' Dialogue was first published in 1681, six years after Hale's death, Hale must have seen an early copy or draft.
Thomas Hobbes also proposed an early variant of equality among men in his treatise Leviathan:
Compatibilism was championed by the ancient Greek Stoics and early modern philosophers like David Hume and Thomas Hobbes.
This entire approach to the study of nature was strongly rejected by the early modern philosophers such as Francis Bacon, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, and David Hume, all of whom preferred the word " understanding " in their English philosophical works.
Skinner's longstanding concern with the speech acts of political writing helps explain his turn at the beginning of the 1990s towards the role of neo-classical rhetoric in early modern political theory, which resulted in his study of Reason and Rhetoric in the Philosophy of Hobbes ( 1996 ).
Here Nietzsche criticizes Darwin, as he frequently does, as naive and derivative of Hobbes and early English economists and without an account of life from the " inside " ( and consider in this light Darwin's own introduction to the first edition of Origin ) ( consider also Nietzsche's critique to the effect that Darwinism, as typically understood, is trading in a new version of the Providential ):
In early modern philosophy, English authors like Hobbes and Locke used the English word " power " as their translation of Latin potentia.
This book is in three main parts: ( I ) It deals first with the history of certain key ideas from the early modern period ( assessing thinkers from Hobbes and Marx to Hegel, Weber and Kuhn, ( II ) before exploring the institutional and social features which have shaped the emergence of modern social science ,( III ) concluding by suggesting an alternative realist philosophy for the future.
Kelmscott was one of the very early towns established in the Swan River Colony and was named after Kelmscott, Oxfordshire, the birthplace of the first Anglican clergyman in the colony, Thomas Hobbes Scott ( 1783 – 1860 )< sup ></ sup >
He borrows ideas from the early English Enlightenment thinkers John Locke and Thomas Hobbes about the need to mediate human affairs to secure peace and prosperity.

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