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Prologues


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Prologue The Age of Stress

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Prologue Tilling one’s own Fields: a Note on how the work came to be, or a Reflexive Introduction to a Political Science Project

Prologue Turning Science into Practice

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Prologue Lighting a Dark Stage

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Prologue Here Begins the Prologue to Book Five of the Heavenly Revelations, Which Is Called the Book of Questions

Prologue The Argument at a Glance

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Prologue Vision to Voice

 

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‘Let the poem's beginning, like a courteous attendant, introduce the subject with grace [honeste]’ says Geoffrey of Vinsauf (Gaufred). Other writers on ancient and medieval rhetoric offer more detailed advice ...

Subjects: Literary Studies (Early and Medieval).


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