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Stone and bone needles found in ancient tombs have made Joseph Needham speculate that acupuncture might have originated in the Shang dynasty.
* Needham, Joseph ( 1986 ).
There were many great encyclopedists throughout Chinese history, including the scientist and statesman Shen Kuo ( 1031 – 1095 ) with his Dream Pool Essays of 1088, the statesman, inventor, and agronomist Wang Zhen ( active 1290 – 1333 ) with his Nong Shu of 1313, and the written Tiangong Kaiwu of Song Yingxing ( 1587 – 1666 ), the latter of whom was termed the " Diderot of China " by British historian Joseph Needham.
This analogy with a curved egg led some modern historians, notably Joseph Needham, to conjecture that Chinese astronomers were, after all, aware of the Earth's sphericity.
This passage-others from the Mojing-were only given serious attention by modern scholarship after the work of Joseph Needham in 1962.
The British historian Joseph Needham and the American historian Robert Temple write that the practice of inoculation for smallpox began in China during the 10th century.
However, the sinologist Joseph Needham states that this information comes from the Zhongdou xinfa ( 種痘心法 ) written in 1808 by Zhu Yiliang, centuries after the alleged events.
* Needham, Joseph ( 1986 ).
* 1995 – Joseph Needham, British academic and sinologist ( b. 1900 )
Historians such as Joseph Needham have seen this group as developing a precursor philosophy of science that was never fully developed, but others believe that recognizing the Logicians as proto-scientists reveals too much of a modern bias.
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* Needham, Joseph ( 1986 ) Science and civilisation in China, Vol.
* Needham, Joseph and Ronan, Colin A.
With a foreword by Joseph Needham.
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Joseph and suggests
Though evidence suggests Heart of Darkness may be pessimistic, Joseph Conrad ’ s Darwinian world view can counter this understanding.
Joseph Eddy Fontenrose suggests that for Nonnus Campe is a Greek refiguring of Tiamat and that " she is Echidna under another name, as Nonnos indicates, calling her Echidnaean Enyo, identifying her snaky legs with Echidna's ", and " a female counterpart of his Typhon ".
Child development and consciousness author Joseph Chilton Pearce remarked that revelation typically appears in symbolic form and “ in a single flash of insight .” He used the metaphor of lightning striking and suggests that the revelation is “ a result of a buildup of resonant potential .” Pearce compared it to the earth asking a question and the sky answering it.
He suggests that this Apostle, and Joseph of Arimathea, were responsible for events following the Crucifixion, and that it might have been this Apostle ( an ' undercover Disciple ', as it were ) who was seen ( by those who did not know him ) at the Tomb on the morning of the Resurrection.
" But according to Rabbi Joseph H. Hertz ( Chief Rabbi of the British Empire ), child sacrifice was actually " rife among the Semitic peoples ," and suggests that " in that age, it was astounding that Abraham's God should have interposed to prevent the sacrifice, not that He should have asked for it.
Emerton regards the connections as evidence for including chapter 38 in the J corpus, and suggests that the J writer dovetailed the Joseph and Judah traditions.
Derek Kidner points out that the insertion of chapter 38 “ creates suspense for the reader ,” but Robert Alter goes further and suggests it is a result of the “ brilliant splicing of sources by a literary artist .” He notes that the same verb “ identify ” will play “ a crucial thematic role in the dénouement of the Joseph story when he confronts his brothers in Egypt, he recognizing them, they failing to recognize him.
A. Emerton regards the connections as evidence for including chapter 38 in the J corpus, and suggests that the J writer dovetailed the Joseph and Judah traditions.
Derek Kidner points out that the insertion of chapter 38 “ creates suspense for the reader ,” but Robert Alter goes further and suggests it is a result of the “ brilliant splicing of sources by a literary artist .” He notes that the same verb “ identify ” will play “ a crucial thematic role in the dénouement of the Joseph story when he confronts his brothers in Egypt, he recognizing them, they failing to recognize him.
" Stanley " suggests that Sir Oliver would help him if he was here, and that Joseph might pass on some of what Sir Oliver has given him.
The film suggests that Joseph Smith was required to dig up his brother Alvin ’ s body and bring a part of it with him to the hill Cumorah in order to obtain the golden plates from which the Book of Mormon was said to be translated.
Instead, it suggests that Josef Mengele was recruited by the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin to produce " grotesque, child-size aviators " to be remotely piloted and landed in America to cause hysteria in the likeness of Orson Welles ' 1938 radio drama War of the Worlds, but that the aircraft crashed and the incident was hushed up by the Americans.
Local legend suggests that the ground was identified by a Miss Westland, the niece of one of the club's founders, Joseph Johnson, after the Corporation had not renewed Fosse's lease on their previous ground at nearby Mill Lane, only weeks before their debut season in the Midland League.
Joseph Bedier suggests a bourgeois audience, which sees itself reflected in the urban settings and lower-class types portrayed in fabliaux.
Anthony Joseph Paul Cortese's Opposing Hate Speech suggests that Cissy is " the archetypal stereotype for a lesbian ...... non-flattering stereotypes ".
In his book, The Decline of Privilege: The Modernization of Oxford University, American sociologist Joseph A. Soares suggests that Oxford developed a superior political and literary reputation because of its unparalleled connections to England's governing class, its status as the oldest and most traditional university in England, and the greater romantic appeal of Oxford to writers:
The most recent study of Morgan by Joseph A. Fry suggests an alternate reason for Morgan's desires for American expansionism in the 1890s.
As the name suggests it is a memorial and tribute to the late Joseph Mooney, County Councillor and townsman who did so much to promote the cause of Leitrim and his beloved town.
Sheila Smith, in her 1984 history of Whitwick suggests that the name may be linked to framework knitting as in 1845 one Joseph Sheffield, giving evidence before the Commission into the plight of the framework knitters, makes reference to a type of stocking called ' dumps '.
" Joseph Chang, curator of Chinese art at the Sackler Museum, suggests that many notable collections of Chinese art contains a forgery by the master painter.
' Although Brandon's assistant, Dr. Hugo Wagner ( Joseph Mell ), protests that the experiment might kill Tony, Brandon continues and within two sessions suggests to Tony that he was once a werewolf.
The English Dialect Dictionary, compiled by Joseph Wright, defines the word gurn as " to snarl as a dog ; to look savage ; to distort the countenance ," while the Oxford English Dictionary suggests the derivation may originally be Scottish, related to " grin.
Christian mythology suggests that Chalice Well marks the site where Joseph of Arimathea placed the chalice that had caught the drops of Christ's blood at the Crucifixion, linking the Well to the wealth of speculation surrounding the existence of the Holy Grail.
The pharaoh is troubled and at a loss for what to do in order to prevent the upcoming disaster, however, Joseph cleverly suggests that each year one fifth of the crops are put aside and kept for rationing in order to save Egypt.

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