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|John Locke, Second Treatise of Government, 1690||
John Locke, Second Treatise of Government, 1690
|English Civil War, Charles I, Charles II, Glorious Revolution, Hobbes, Locke||view|
|Introduction to the New Testament History and Literature||
A 26-lecture series by Dale B. Martin, providing a historical study of the origins of Christianity. It analyses the literature of the earliest...
|Christianity, New Testament, Judaism, Apostles, St Paul||view|
|Als wär’ es ein Stueck von uns . . . German Politics and Society||
This essay by...
|German history, European history, 20th century, Twentieth century||view|
|An Enquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith 1776||
The Wealth of Nations is one of the earliest attempts by the Scottish academic Adam Smith to describe the structure of the early industrialising...
|Economics, Political economy, Eighteenth Century, Adam Smith, Industrial Revolution, History||view|
|An open source solver platform||
An open source solver platform for global optimization problems.
|Choral Public Domain library||
An excellent source of choral works
|Music, choral, vocal||view|
|Common Sense by Thomas Paine 1776||
The entire text of Thomas Paine's famous pamphlet originally pubished anonymously on January 10 1776. It was intended as an easily understood...
|American Revolution, British history, Eighteenth Century, Thomas Paine, American history, History||view|
|De Imperatoris Romanis||
This link takes you to the De Imperatoris Romanis, an on-line encyclopaedia on the rulers of the Roman empire from Augustus (27 BC-AD 14) to...
|Rome, Latin, Emperors||view|
|Erfurt Electronic Studies in English||
Open-access peer-reviewed journal on English language and literature.
|Criticism, Analysis, Literary Theory, Language||view|
Open-access scholarly journal of the Spanish Association for Irish Studies. Includes many English-language articles.
|Irish, Fiction, Poetry, Criticism, Drama||view|