3 edition of A biographical dictionary found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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He had to fly for his life and wandered over Europe, but in 1592, when he returned to Italy, the Venetiand as part of a political deal handed him over to the Pope.
" He believed in personal immortality but admitted that he knew no proof of it.
Foote, George William 1850-1915 Bradlaugh's successor as head of the British Secularists atheists. Over the past decade there have been extraordinary advances towards drought risk reduction with the development of new water-conserving technologies, and new tools for planning, vulnerability and impact assessment, mitigation, and policy. 1861-1927one of the leading British historiand of the last generation. But he was an outspoken atheist and republican even under Napoleon who greatly esteemed him and Louis Napoleon, and he A biographical dictionary at the barricades, at the age of 62, in the revolution of 1848.
Aspasia was one of the most respected figures in the brilliant circle round Pericles in the Golden Age. 18 used - includes shipping• Braga, Theophilo 1843-1924second President of the Republic of Portugal.
To him religion is mythology. 1801-1892 British Astronomer Royal, President of the Royal Society and loaded with European honors for his immense services to astronomy and other sciences. Allingham, William 1824-1889 Irish poet and close friend of Froude, Tennyson, Rossetti and other famous writers whose conversations with him on religion are recorded in his Diary 1907. The chronicle appears at the beginning of the book and details the important events, compositions and publications for each year of Schubert's life and lists a few important posthumous dates up to 1888, the year in A biographical dictionary Schubert's remains were transferred to a grave near Beethoven's.
Several of his works are available in English. He founded the Physiocratic School of economics and held high offices of state. On November 16, 1635, John Slaughter was identified as a servant transported by Roger Bagnall, who used him as a headright when patenting some land in Warresqueak 26 later Isle of Wight County.
" He meant the Christian God. Eliot, George Mary Ann Cross, 1819-1880most famous woman writer of the last century. He was no ascetic but a man of much culture and, Gibbon says, "perhaps no human being was ever more perfectly exempt from the taint of malevolence, vanity, or falsehood. He had an important part in the project to break the religious tyranny of Oxford and Cambridge Universities by founding A biographical dictionary University of London as a purely secular institution which, of course, now includes a theological college.
Danton, Georges Jacques 1759-1794 French revolutionary leader.1887 very carefully traces his development 1, ch V and shows that he thought little about religion before 1870 and then became and remained to the end an Agnostic. In 1781 he began to trace all religious myths to astronomical truths, and in 1794 he published the large work Origines de tous le cultes 3 vols.
He was, like nearly all the Greek thinkers, a dogmatic materialist, but he said there might be gods, or a small colony of what we should call material supermen, in some remote part of the universe, not interested in the earth.
Few of the Bonaparte family were orthodox, but Jerome "cherished a systematic hostility to every religious creed in general and the and the Catholic religion in particular" P.
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298 , and the same in his Ethics of India.
He wrote a treatise to disarm the priests, On the Love of God-presumably he was a Deist-but he was persecuted all his life and the chief historian of French Literature, Lanson, shows by many quotations from his work that he was a freethinker.