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Early modern, multicultural England: Literature and immigration in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England
This dissertation challenges recent scholarship on the construction of Englishness and early modern national identity by examining the ways in which early modern writers addressed the issue of immigration from the continent ...
The identity of the categories: Aquinas, Scotus, and Lowe
Aristotle is the first in the history of Western Philosophy to provide a list of categories. His list includes the following: substance [e.g., man] or quantity [e.g., four-foot] or qualification [e.g., white] or a relative ...