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On this day, the German Academy of Sciences awarded the famed naturalist, scientist, philosopher, physician and illustrator the Cothenius Medal, a high honor acknowledging his many scientific achievements.
Duffin traced the earliest mention of sweating blood back to Aristotle's writing in the third century B.C. In two instances, the Greek scientist and philosopher described sweat that either looked like, or really was, blood.
Latin music’s philosopher king is in exquisite form on the album, finding beauty in chaos on his latest musical meditation on the human condition and the rhythm of the universe.
The true author, and the man who had concealed the messages, was in fact Francis Bacon, the pioneering scientist and philosopher-king of Elizabethan England.
In the cult-like world of machine-driven, systematic investing, chasing the latest philosopher king up a mountain counts as just another day at the office.
While Beard doesn’t dig beyond a heterosexual binary into pertinent LGBTQ concerns, among them gender performance (for this, read the inimitable philosopher Judith Butler), hers is a bold and brilliant proposal.
Cnidarians and Siphonophores Art Forms in Nature, 1899–1904, plate 17 Haeckel (1834-1919) was a scientist, philosopher, physician, professor.
This often debilitating focus on remorse was challenged in the nineteenth century from religious reformers, philosophers, and self-help gurus who were collectively labelled New Thought.
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