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  • Pretty soon it had extended itself to other aspects of the new human life-system.

    Tar Aiym Krang

  • Various sources informed him that in the life-system known as mysticism there was a harmonium of fact and value.

    Another Roadside Attraction

  • They already form a code of general laws which has become a foundation for the geological history of the life-system, and which the subsequent investigations of science have only modified and extended, not destroyed.

    Louis Agassiz His Life and Correspondence

  • To philosophers who had made-up their life-system on that 'madness' quietus, no phenomenon could be more alarming.

    Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History

  • Great actresses cannot be brought up upon what Kipling calls the "sheltered life-system."

    Mises Institute Daily Articles (Full-text version)

  • If this is done it works for me in the life-system on a SAMsung Q35 laptop which has the Broadcom WLAN-chip.

    PCLinuxOS-Forums

  • This benefit, as expressed by the greening of otherwise desert areas, supports the life-system of the plants, animals, and people of the planet.

    LaRouche's Latest

  • Biography can satisfy the scientific aim of the historian to be objective because an "individual does not face a limitless play of forces in the historical world: he dwells in the sphere of the state, religion, or science ” in brief, in a distinctive life-system or in a constellation of them.

    Wilhelm Dilthey

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