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  • noun Plural form of Academic.

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  • New New Media, exploring blogging, Twitter, YouTube and other "new new" modes of communication, was published by Penguin Academics in September 2009.

    MIND MELD: The Pros and Cons of eBooks

  • New New Media, exploring blogging, Twitter, YouTube and other "new new" modes of communication, will be published by Penguin Academics in the summer of 2009.

    MIND MELD: How Does Blogging and Social Networking Affect the Publishing Industry?

  • The policy, which has been supported by the groups Integrity in Academics and Quality Science Education for All, states that "[e] volution … should be taught as theory, as opposed to unalterable fact", and encourages to "[d] iscussions that question the theory … as long as they do not stray from the current criteria of scientific fact, hypothesis and theory."

    2006 March - Telic Thoughts

  • For there half arose a thought in me that those philosophers, whom they call Academics, were wiser than the rest, for that they held men ought to doubt everything, and laid down that no truth can be comprehended by man: for so, not then understanding even their meaning, I also was clearly convinced that they thought, as they are commonly reported.

    The Fifth Book

  • Also the philosophers themselves had the name of their sects, some of them, from these their schools: for they that followed Plato's doctrine were called Academics; the followers of

    Leviathan

  • Also the philosophers themselves had the name of their sects, some of them, from these their schools: for they that followed Plato's doctrine were called Academics; the followers of Aristotle, Peripatetics, from the walk he taught in; and those that Zeno taught, Stoics, from the Stoa: as if we should denominate men from More-fields, from Paul's Church, and from the Exchange, because they meet there often to prate and loiter.

    Leviathan, or, The matter, forme, & power of a common-wealth ecclesiasticall and civill

  • INEX has recently decided to join The Payroll Group: The National Association of Independent Payroll Services, The American Association of Port Authorities, as well as register as a National Provider for the K12 Academics, which is the largest data base of schools in the United States, averaging over 500,000 inquiries per week.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Plato, the famous Academy, members of which were called Academics, and Aristotle, the Lyceum, members of which were called Peripatetics.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • [[Academy]], members of which were called Academics, and Aristotle, [[Lyceum (Aristotle) | the Lyceum]], members of which were called Peripatetics.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Plato and Aristotle each established schools of philosophy -- [[Plato]], the famous [[Academy]], members of which were called Academics, and Aristotle, [[Lyceum (Aristotle) | the Lyceum]], members of which were called Peripatetics.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

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