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Because of the religious nature of many of his works during this period, critics and musicologists often align him with other modernist composers who began to explore radically simplified musical textures, tonality, and melody, and who also infused many of their works with religious significance.
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Because anthropology developed from so many different enterprises ( see History of Anthropology ), including but not limited to fossil-hunting, exploring, documentary film-making, paleontology, primatology, antiquity dealings and curatorship, philology, etymology, genetics, regional analysis, ethnology, history, philosophy, and religious studies, it is difficult to characterize the entire field in a brief article, although attempts to write histories of the entire field have been made.
Because of this, many Moroccans make informal pilgrimages to this site " to reflect on life and to seek religious enlightenment ".
Because deism asserts God without accepting claims of divine revelation, it appeals to people from both ends of the religious spectrum.
Because intellectual and religious freedom are important values for the Disciples of Christ, the colleges, universities, and seminaries founded by its congregations do not seek to indoctrinate students or faculty with a sectarian point of view.
Because of religious persecution during the Prayer Book Rebellion in 1549, the Drake family fled from Devonshire into Kent.
Because of the large number of deaths, and because ethnic groups and religious minorities were targeted, the deaths during the
Because there were few Catholic priests in the French Antilles, many of the earliest French settlers were Huguenots who sought greater religious freedom than what they could experience in mainland France.
Because it is not the job of science to define human morality, a religious experience is an attempt to connect with a perceived moral past, which is in contrast with the technological present.
Because of strong cultural, religious, linguistic, and economic ties, Nepal's association with India traditionally has been close.
Because many members of religious traditions believe in things that exist in profoundly different ways from more everyday things, objects of religious belief both create particular philosophical problems and define central metaphysical concepts.
Because of the lack of scientific support, along with religious and prejudicial reasons phrenology never found a wide audience in Ireland.
Because the local governments did not officially receive the bull, it was not, technically, in force in those areas – an example of the interference of states in religious affairs common before the 20th century.
Because the ludi were religious in nature, it was appropriate for the Romans to set up this temporary stage close to the temple of the deity being celebrated.
Because religion continues to be recognized in Western thought as a universal impulse, many religious practitioners have aimed to band together in interfaith dialogue, cooperation, and religious peacebuilding.
Because humans are mortal and limited, a single human religious system cannot encompass all of the religious or spiritual absolute reality ...." ( p. 167 )
Because the two model stories contained religious pacifists to make it necessary not to use gun, all the successors contained religious groups or at least priests ( sometimes as one of the heroes ).
Because the play is so stripped down, so elemental, it invites all kinds of social and political and religious interpretation ," wrote Normand Berlin in a tribute to the play in Autumn 1999, " with Beckett himself placed in different schools of thought, different movements and ' ism's.
Because many of the passages involved appear in works associated with either Deuteronomy, the Deuteronomistic History ( Joshua through Kings ) or in Jeremiah, most recent scholarly treatments have suggested that a Deuteronomistic movement of this period developed the idea of monotheism as a response to the religious issues of the time.
Because of the Saudi government's religious policy and concern that historic sites could become the focus for idolatry, much of Medina's Islamic physical heritage has been destroyed since the beginning of Saudi rule.
Because of the broad variety of religious communities with their different histories, characteristics, customs, and missions, the Vatican Council did not give specific indications, and left to each individual community the authority to determine what needed to be changed in accord with the spirit of their founders, the needs of modern life, and the situations where they lived and worked.
Because and nature
Because community not severalty of property is the law of nature no man can assert an absolutely unalterable right to what is his.
Because of the holistic nature of anthropological research, all branches of anthropology have widespread practical application in diverse fields.
Because of the quantum mechanical nature of the electrons around a nucleus, atomic orbitals can be uniquely defined by a set of integers known as quantum numbers.
Because virtually all extant written material on Arianism was written by its opponents, the nature of Arian teachings is difficult to define precisely today.
Because of his bellicose nature Albert received the cognomen Alcibiades after his death ; during his lifetime Albert was known as Bellator ( the Warlike ).
Because of his special status due to the virgin birth and his pure, unselfish nature, Jesus voluntarily faced his struggle in Gethsemane, death, resurrection, and ascension to show humanity that no phase of mortal existence was beyond God's redeeming love.
Because of his frequent association with creatures, scholars often describe Cernunnos as the " Lord of the Animals " or the " Lord of Wild Things ", and Miranda Green describes him as a " peaceful god of nature and fruitfulness ".
Because Capra's films often carry a message about basic goodness in human nature, and show the value of unselfishness and hard work, his wholesome, feel-good themes have led some to term his style " Capra-corn.
Because their text-only nature sidestepped the problem of writing for the widely divergent graphics architectures of the day, interactive fiction games were easily ported across all the popular platforms, even those such as CP / M not known for gaming or strong graphics capabilities.
Because of the controversial nature of Hoover's legacy, there have been periodic proposals to rename it by legislation proposed by both Republicans and Democrats in the House and Senate.
Because of the complex and abstract nature of love, discourse on love is commonly reduced to a thought-terminating cliché, and there are a number of common proverbs regarding love, from Virgil's " Love conquers all " to The Beatles ' " All You Need Is Love ".
Because of its high reactivity, lithium never occurs freely in nature, and instead, only appears in compounds, which are usually ionic.
Because the rivers and streams have such steep gradients and are so fast moving, they are erosive instead of depository in nature.
Because of the anarchistic nature with which the groups sprang up, some jokingly referred to ALT standing for " Anarchists, Lunatics and Terrorists " ( a backronym ).
Because of the plant's deep secrecy and the difficult nature of the production process, it took from January 1940 until June 1942 for the plant to become fully operational.
Because of the extent of human influence, the boundaries between what humans regard as nature and " made environments " is not clear cut except at the extremes.
Because of the highly reactive nature of potassium metal, it must be handled with great care, with full skin and eye protection and preferably an explosion-resistant barrier between the user and the metal.
Drawbacks: Because of the nature of the pump, the clearance between the rotating pump and the outer edge must be very close, requiring that it rotates at a slow, steady speed.
Because of the very large nature of such roofs, it is essential that the outer skin is of a highly impermeable material.
Because traits held to be due to sexual selection often conflict with the survival fitness of the individual, the question then arises as to why, in nature, in which survival of the fittest is considered the rule of thumb, such apparent liabilities are allowed to persist.