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BLASPHEMY WITHIN THE EUROPEAN UNION? ADEL SMITH VERSUS ORIANA FALLACI By Fazila Derya Agis
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This study discusses how and why public and elite opinion moved towards the requirement of the abolishment of the European blasphemy laws, analyzing the case Adel Smith opened against Oriana Fallaci... More > as an example. Consequently, non-governmental organizations initiated mediation programs between Eastern and Western cultures. Such programs should lead to the abolition of the blasphemy law in Europe as a democratic continent.< Less
Blasphemy By Fazila Derya Agis
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This study discusses how and why public and elite opinion moved towards the requirement of the abolishment of the European blasphemy laws, analyzing the case Adel Smith opened against Oriana Fallaci... More > as an example. Consequently, non-governmental organizations initiated mediation programs between Eastern and Western cultures. Such programs should lead to the abolition of the blasphemy law in Europe as a democratic continent.< Less
Medieval Catholic Women By Fazila Derya Agis
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In this paper, I discuss how many types of religious Catholic professional options were available for medieval women, and whether these religious women’s lives, experiences, and works reflect... More > any feminist ideas. Some of these women decided to become nuns for feminist reasons. I also mention a scandal related to medieval nuns for debating their choices.< Less
Reasons for Bede's Miracles By Fazila Derya Agis
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This study intends to show that Bede aims at creating a united moral Catholic English nation through his miracle descriptions in Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum. These miracles were results of... More > strong faith in God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit: abundance followed hunger, serenity replaced tempests and storms, blind people started to see everything, and the ill people recovered from several diseases for their strong belief and good work.< Less
Victorian Britain's Children By Fazila Derya Agis
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This study analyzes the family structures, certain childcare methods and issues, and certain child labor problems in Victorian Britain.
Geoffrey of Monmouth's Merlin By Fazila Derya Agis
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Geoffrey of Monmouth (1090/1100-1155) who lived in the first half of the twelfth century (Jarman, 1999: 130) wrote The History of the Kings of Britain in the 1130s (Littleton and Malcor, 1995: 87). ... More > Echard (2011: 1) indicates that Geoffrey of Monmouth finished the book in 1138. This essay of mine analyses a) why Merlin occurs in The History of the Kings of Britain written by Geoffrey of Monmouth, b) why Merlin was consulted for his prophecies, and c) why he is a prophetic figure rather than a magician in the same book by Geoffrey of Monmouth.< Less
Medieval British Children By Fazila Derya Agis
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This study analyzes how medieval Christian children passed through the four cognitive developmental stages of Piaget through different choices of toys and games and opportunities of socialization in... More > Britain related to these stages. These stages include the following: a) sensorimotor stage, b) preoperational stage, c) concrete operational stage, and d) formal operations stage.< Less
Renaissance Medicine By Fazila Derya Agis
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This study describes the developments in medicine in Europe during the Renaissance period. It explains some disease treatment methods and the advances in medical education, hospitals, and arts. These... More > developments started in Italy. Several Greek scholars who fled to Italy after the conquest of Constantinople by the Ottomans in 1453 brought their scientific texts with them into Italy. The medical knowledge and practices that flourished in Italy diffused all around Europe between the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries, thus during the Renaissance, or the Rebirth of classical scholarship and values through their application in the society of that period. The science of anatomy developed in the Renaissance.< Less
British and the Popery By Fazila Derya Agis
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Anti-Catholic sentiments and revolts in Britain had three main reasons: 1) “political distrust,” 2) “theological disagreement,” and 3) “popular fear” (Haydon,... More > 1993: 3). This study will analyze those reasons in details and will demonstrate the links between these reasons and the Gordon Riots.< Less
Suicide in Medieval Britain By Fazila Derya Agis
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This study analyses the wealth, occupations, age, and gender of the people who attempted to commit suicide in Medieval Britain. Moreover, these suicide acts were investigated legally, and written... More > records were kept. These records shed light on the personal and societal reasons for suicide and present some methods of committing suicide in Medieval Britain. These personal reasons include madness, leprosy, et cetera, and those societal reasons include poverty, moral restrictions and the consequent moral deviations from these moral values, such as nuns or priests who had lost their chastity, et cetera.< Less

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Frayed Frayed By David Gibbons
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2018/19 Ordo 2018/19 Ordo By Jonathan Maury
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