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Fri Mar 21 17:03:31 2014 UTClccn-no950455880.35Reincarnation a study in human evolution /0.640.90Nerve wounds; symptomatology of peripheral nerve lesions caused by war wounds,116828447no 9504558839262413247308Rothwell, F. (Frederick), 1869-Rothwell, F. (Frederick), b. 1869Rothwell, FredRothwell, Fred, 1869-Rothwell, Fred, b. 1869Rothwell, Frederick.Rothwell, Frederick, 1869-Rothwell, Frederick, b. 1869lccn-n85292940Boutroux, Emile1845-1921lccn-n78082114Bergson, Henri1859-1941lccn-no2001021113Brereton, Cloudesley1863-1937trlviaf-164506331Pascal, Théophile1860-1909lccn-n50003176Schuré, Edouard1841-1929viaf-59480423Faye, Eugène de1860-1929lccn-n79004180Origenlccn-n50019975Loti, Pierre1850-1923lccn-no90024926Allier, Raoul1862-1939lccn-n50051577Jaques-Dalcroze, Émile1865-1950Rothwell, Fred1869-Criticism, interpretation, etcHistoryBiographyMusic--Instruction and studyLaughterComedyMusical meter and rhythmReincarnationIndy, Vincent d',PhilosophyDanceOrigenEurythmicsGymnasticsEthnopsychologyMagicPrimitive societiesFree will and determinismPhilosophy of natureJapanSylva, CarmenTravelWomenTurkey--IstanbulScience--PhilosophyReligionsCivilizationRuusbroec, Jan van,Philosophy, ModernPluralismJames, William,Philosophy, MedievalBelgiumMysticsPhilosophy, FrenchTolstoy, Leo,--graf,Moral educationEthicsFrench literatureNervous system--Wounds and injuriesNational characteristics, GermanWorld War (1914-1918)Jesus ChristEssenesSurgery, MilitaryWitchcraftDramaOccultismSpiritualismExercise musicMiddle East--PalestineChristian biographyNervous system18691899190019031904190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311935193619371958195919701971197719811982198519931995199619971999200020012003200420052006200720082009201020112013576871281133.90135ML60.S153ocn000047345ocn000342979ocn003551283ocn003248323ocn004396279ocn007052367ocn000890196ocn001446573ocn000657027ocn00382280679335ocn000408227book19110.50Bergson, HenriLaughter : an essay on the meaning of the comic"In this great philosophical essay, Henri Bergson explores why people laugh and what laughter means. First translated into English in 1911, this important work has long been unavailable."--BOOK JACKET. "The author of Creative Evolution and other influential works of the Twentieth Century begins with a discussion of laughter in general, focusing in the second part on laughter in situations and the comic in words, and, in the final section, on the comic in character. From Punch-and-Judy shows to Figaro, from a man falling down in the street to the great comic figures of Moliere's plays, Bergson explores the implications and full meaning of laughter, concluding ultimately that laughter is corrective: "By laughter, society avenges itself for the liberties taken with it. It would fail in its object if it bore the stamp of sympathy or kindness." Accordingly, Bergson argues, laughter serves a useful function to mankind."--BOOK JACKET+-+97504774366703ocn659806820file19100.35Pascal, ThéophileReincarnation a study in human evolutionUnder many and diverse names and veils, the doctrine of Rebirths has been taught from the farthest antiquity right up to the present time. There is not a nation that has not preserved clear traces of this doctrine; not a religion that has not taught it, either openly or in secret, or, at all events, retained the germ of the teaching; and if we count only those peoples of whose national religion it forms part, i.e., Hindus and Buddhists, the number of believers in Reincarnation may be+-+20526902263243743ocn000550957book19120.70Boutroux, EmileHistorical studies in philosophyHistory34810ocn001938607book19260.73Faye, Eugène deOrigen and his work2806ocn000530249book19290.73Allier, RaoulThe mind of the savage2668ocn006438636book19300.63Jaques-Dalcroze, ÉmileEurhythmics, art, and education2467ocn003551283book19110.81Boutroux, EmileThe contingency of the laws of nature+-+08335239052304ocn000639709book19120.73Loti, PierreCarmen Sylva, and sketches from the Orient1965ocn007052367book19140.84Boutroux, EmileNatural law in science and philosophy1764ocn003004632book19250.81Wahl, Jean AndréThe pluralist philosophies of England & America1704ocn002206907book19250.66Wautier d'Aygalliers, AlfredRuysbroeck the AdmirableHistoryBiography1564ocn000342979book19220.56Saint-Saëns, CamilleOutspoken essays on musicCriticism, interpretation, etc1473ocn154612353book19230.73Baudouin, CharlesTolstoi, the teacher1167ocn009490689book19160.81Boutroux, EmilePhilosophy & war1058ocn001826322book19120.66Schuré, EdouardThe great initiates; sketch of the secret history of religionsHistory10015ocn007932255book19000.84Schuré, EdouardJesus, the last great initiateBiography1007ocn001446573book19130.84Boutroux, EmileEducation and ethics+-+K348942696924ocn000890196book19360.81Schuré, EdouardThe genesis of tragedy and the sacred drama of EleusisCriticism, interpretation, etc9112ocn004024721book19170.90Tinel, JNerve wounds; symptomatology of peripheral nerve lesions caused by war wounds852ocn001847958book0.81Baudi di Vesme, CesareA history of experimental spiritualismHistory+-+2052690226324+-+2052690226324Fri Mar 21 15:55:48 EDT 2014batch16326