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|Исторические науки Автор Forbes A.P. Издательство Книга по Требованию|
Each gave a temporary “high” to the Arab-Muslim world, a feeling that it was exercising power on the world stage. But bin Laden and Yamani were only the illusions of power, noted Ezrahi: The Saudi oil weapon is economic power without productivity, and bin Laden's terrorism weapon is military force without a real army, state, economy, and engine of innovation to support it. What makes Yamanism and bin Ladenism so unfortunate as strategies for Arab influence in the world is that they ignore the examples within Arab culture and civilization-when it was at its height-of discipline, hard work, knowledge, achievement, scientific inquiry, and pluralism. As Nayan Chanda, the editor of YaleGlobal Online, pointed out to me, it was the Arab-Muslim world that gave birth to algebra and algorithms, terms both derived from Arabic words. In other words, noted Chanda, “The entire modern information revolution, which is built to a large degree on algorithms, can trace its roots all the way back to Arab-Muslim civilization and the great learning centers of Baghdad and Alexandria,” which first introduced these concepts, then transferred them to Europe through Muslim Spain ...
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|The letters of Faraday and Schoenbein, 1836-1862, with notes, comments and references to contemporary letters|
|The problem of Christian unity|
|Modern Geography Simplified, by a Member of the Society of Friends|
|The Office Professional's Guide: The Essential Reference for the Modern Office|
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|Modern Gladiators: Why is Total Fighting Becoming Popular in Japan?. A socio-historical analysis of violent combat sports in Japan with particular reference to the theory of the civilising process|
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|A Reference-Book of Modern Geography|
|Manual Of References And Exercises In Economics For Use With Volume Ii. Modern Economic Problems|
|The Christian monarchy with special reference to modern problems of church government|
|Luther's variations in sentence arrangement from the modern literary usage. With primary reference to the position of the verb|
|Rhythm and word-order in Anglo-Saxon and Semi-Saxon, with special reference to their development in modern English|
|Modern ideas and methods for school teachers and students in training from a practical teacher's note book|
|The High Court Procedure Act, 1903-1915 and Rules of the High Court of Australia together with cross references and notes of cases and index|
|Modern operative bone surgery, with special reference to the treatment of fractures|
Несмотря на то, что была проведена серьезная работа по восстановлению первоначального качества издания, на некоторых страницах могут обнаружиться небольшие "огрехи": помарки, кляксы и т. п. Книга представляет собой репринтное издание.
|Notes on Florida, prepared with special reference to the Howgate grant, on Lake George|
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|Handbook of climatology, Part I, General climatology. Translated with the author's permission from the 2d rev. and enl. German ed., with additional references and notes by Robert De Courcy Ward..|