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There is a civili time and place for oppostion, You were way out of line!
All pastors, except the supreme, execute their charges in the right, that is, by the authority of the civil sovereign, that is, jure civili.
Taking Liberties è un libro, e adesso un film, scritto da Chris Atkins, che esamina la sistematica erosione, da parte del governo britannico, delle libertà civili, sin dal 1997, attraverso storie a volte scioccanti, ma sempre vere.
Eunice Kathleen Waymon, meglio nota come Nina Simone (21 febbraio 1933 – 21 aprile 2003), era una cantantautrice e pianista (nonché attivista per i diritti civili) americana.
His ideas on lordship and church wealth, expressed in De civili dominio (On Civil Dominion), caused in 1377 his first official condemnation by the Pope (Gregory XI), who censured nineteen articles.
John Wyclif Conti, Alessandro 2005
" "And yet," he continued enthusiastically, "Consid-ering their extreme climate they've not only staved off extinction, but have advanced to a fair level of civili-zation.
Mission to Moulokin Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- 1979
The same need to survive forced austeie habits on them, and, isolated in a laigely unexplored frontier section, they received scant news about developments in the core civili/ation.
The Earth Book of Stormgate Anderson, Poul, 1926-2001 1978
He has a zeal for research and scholarship as well as a deep interest in the human condition and that concept of liberty which is perhaps the saving grace of our civili zation.
The transition from antiquity to “European” civili - zation, involving a shift from the Mediterranean to
PERIODIZATION IN HISTORY DIETRICH GERHARD 1968
Montaigne's main thesis is simply that civili - zation does not improve morals.
PRIMITIVISM GEORGE BOAS 1968