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  1. pp. 4-8; JO Ward,'Procopius" Bello Gothicum" II. 6.28-the problem of contacts between Justinian I and Britain'.Anglo-Saxon England Stenton - 1968 - Byzantion 38:460-71.
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  2. La réception de l'interprétation française des théories du droit naturel dans le monde anglo-saxon.Gaëlle Demelemestre - 2015 - Archives de Philosophie du Droit 58 (1):393-428.
    Les travaux des exégètes français sur la tradition du droit naturel ont été largement ignorés par les scientifiques anglo-saxons jusqu’à une date très récente. Cependant, depuis une vingtaine d’années, la tendance accrue à la juridicisation des droits de la personne a conduit les juristes anglophones à s’interroger sur leur statut, leur réalité et leur signification, questions jusqu’alors assez peu pertinentes dans la tradition de la common law. Il n’est donc pas surprenant d’avoir vu émerger outre-mer des recherches approfondies sur (...)
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    Hindu Mind Training.an Anglo-Saxon Mother - 1917 - Philosophical Review 26:564.
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    La philosophie anglo-saxonne.Jacques Bouveresse - 1994 - Presses Universitaires de France - PUF.
    La philosophie anglo-saxonne s'est imposée comme l'un des grands courants de la pensée contemporaine. Elle est née du besoin d'intégrer et de théoriser l'expérience dans le champ du pensable. La science moderne n'aurait pu se développer sans une telle réhabilitation du sensible. Mais qui dit contingence et sensibilité dit aussi subjectivité. Exprimer celle-ci et lui trouver un contrepoids n'ont cessé de préoccuper et diviser le monde anglo-saxon : c'est l'utilitarisme et la doctrine du contrat social de (...)
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    Les origines de la pensée européenne. Sur le corps, l'esprit, l''me, le monde, le temps et le destin. [REVIEW]Catherine Collobert - 2002 - Dialogue 41 (1):169-171.
    Cet ouvrage de R. B. Onians, un classique dans le monde anglo-saxon, est enfin disponible au public français. Son titre ambitieux exprime le projet de l'auteur: comprendre comment notre pensée occidentale s'est construite en remontant à sa source originelle et essentielle, à celui qui fut considéré comme l'éducateur des Grecs: Homère. Le nerf de cette compréhension est l'analyse du vocabulaire, principalement homérique donc, qui situe cet ouvrage, comme l'indique à juste titre B. Cassin, dans sa présentation de (...)
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    Marxisme anglo-saxon: figures contemporaines: de Perry Anderson à David McNally.Jonathan Martineau (ed.) - 2013 - [Montréal, Québec]: Lux Éditeur.
    Perry Anderson, Edward Palmer Thompson, David Harvey, Moishe Postone, Derek Sayer, Simon Clarke, Robert Brenner, Ellen Meiksins Wood et David McNally : neuf penseurs importants dont l'influence grandissante marque un renouveau de l'apport de l'oeuvre de Marx et de ses successeurs au champ des sciences sociales. Chaque chapitre décrit le parcours intellectuel de l'une de ces figures et analyse sa contribution à une pensée en mouvement, offrant ainsi pour la première fois au public francophone un tour d'horizon des différentes formes (...)
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    Autour de "L'esprit et le monde" de John McDowell.Anne Le Goff & Christophe Al-Saleh - 2013 - Librairie Philosophique Vrin.
    "Publié en 1994, traduit chez Vrin en 2007, L'esprit et le monde de John McDowell n'a cessé de susciter des débats dans le monde philosophique anglo-saxon, sur l'esprit, la connaissance, le langage et la nature, contribuant à définir de nouvelles questions. Pour la première fois, cette oeuvre, qui emprunte aussi bien à Wittgenstein, Strawson et Davidson qu'à Kant et Hegel, et tente de dépasser l'opposition traditionnelle entre la philosophie dite "continentale" et la philosophie dite "analytique", fait (...)
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    Anglo-Saxon, Irish and British Relations: Hanging-Bowls Reconsidered.Susan Youngs - 2009 - In Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings. pp. 205.
    This chapter examines the origin of the enamelled hanging-bowls discovered in Sutton Hoo and their implications for understanding Anglo-Saxon, Irish, and British relations. It suggests that such bowls were originally made in some of the most prosperous centres of British Britain from the mid-sixth century, and that the fashion for them was exported to Ireland much later than the first wave of brooches and pins of around the year 400. The chapter contends that the problem concerning the origin (...)
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    Anglo-Saxon Prognostics, 900-1100: Study and Texts.Sándor Chardonnens - 2007 - Brill.
    This book offers an analysis of the status and function of the Anglo-Saxon prognostics in their manuscript context, a study of their introduction to and transmission in Anglo-Saxon England, and, for the first time, a comprehensive edition of prognostics in Old English and Latin.
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    The Anglo-Saxon Warrior Ethic: Reconstructing Lordship in Early English Literature.John M. Hill - 2000
    "A consistently informative and often impressively detailed analysis of Anglo-Saxon heroic stories (especially Beowulf, Brunanburh, Maldon), this study pulls them out from under the pall of pseudo-mystical Germani-schism that has shrouded them for generations and returns them to something of their own historical, and especially political, origins."--R. A. Shoaf, University of Florida Anglo-Saxon poems and fragments seem to preserve a long-standing Germanic code of heroic values, but John Hill shows that these values are probably not much (...)
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    The Anglo-Saxon Harp.Robert Boenig - 1996 - Speculum 71 (2):290-320.
    Occasionally we respond to events, theories, and even discoveries in other fields with somewhat more enthusiasm than that of the more cautious specialists in those fields. The reaction of Beowulf scholars to first the provisional and then the final replica of the Anglo-Saxon “harp” found in the Sutton Hoo burial is a case in point. Particularly interesting is the exchange between C. L. Wrenn and the archaeologist Rupert Bruce-Mitford, the guiding spirit of the harp's reconstruction. Wrenn wrote of (...)
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    Anglo-Saxon Literature and Western Culture.Clinton Albertson - 1958 - Thought: Fordham University Quarterly 33 (1):93-116.
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    The Anglo-Saxon World: An Anthology.Kevin Crossley-Holland - 2009 - Oxford University Press UK.
    Beowulf, The Battle of Maldon, The Dream of the Rood, The Wanderer, and The Seafarer are among the greatest surviving Anglo-Saxon poems. They, and many other treasures, are included in The Anglo-Saxon World: chronicles, laws and letters, charters and charms, and above all superb poems. Here is a word picture of a people who came to these islands as pagans and yet within two hundred years had become Christians, to such effect that England was the centre (...)
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    Anglo-Saxon reserve.Julian Baggini - 2008 - The Philosophers' Magazine 43:60-66.
    There’s not only indifference, there’s actually a huge sense of sneering superiority. The need for intercultural understanding and global dialogue between different philosophical traditions and philosophical countries is so important. It’s just crazy to think that in your own monoglot culture you’ve got all the essential tools that you need to do philosophy.
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  15. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Youngs Susan - 2009
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  16. Anglo-Saxon Schools of Metascience.G. RADNITZKY - 1968
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    Anglo-Saxon reserve.Julian Baggini - 2008 - The Philosophers' Magazine 43 (43):60-66.
    There’s not only indifference, there’s actually a huge sense of sneering superiority. The need for intercultural understanding and global dialogue between different philosophical traditions and philosophical countries is so important. It’s just crazy to think that in your own monoglot culture you’ve got all the essential tools that you need to do philosophy.
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    Two Anglo-Saxon Sign Systems Compared.Nigel F. Barley - 1974 - Semiotica 12 (3).
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  19. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Carragáin Tomás Ó - 2009
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    Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations Before the Vikings.James Graham-Campbell & Michael Ryan - 2009 - Proceedings of the British Aca.
    These essays provide the first interdisciplinary assessment of the links between the Anglo-Saxons and the Irish before 800. This overview of recent advances in the field ranges widely in scope, covering language and literature, legal traditions, ecclesiastical history, and the evidence of material culture, through art history and archaeology.
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  21. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Bracken Damian - 2009
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  22. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Redknap Mark - 2009
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    Recent Anglo-Saxon Philosophy of the Social Sciences.H. Peter Rickman - 1984 - Dilthey-Jahrbuch Für Philosophie Und Geschichte der Geisteswissenschaften 2:322-338.
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  24. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Wamers Egon - 2009
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  25. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.P. O'Neill Patrick - 2009
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  26. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.O'Reilly Jennifer - 2009
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    Anglo-Saxon texts and contexts: Introduction.Gale R. Owen-Crocker - 1997 - Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 79 (3):11-14.
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  28. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Scully Diarmuid - 2009
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  29. The Anglo-Saxon bishop and his book.Richard Pfaff - 1999 - Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 81 (1):3-24.
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    An Anglo-Saxon Dictionary.James M. Garnett, Joseph Bosworth, T. Northcote Toller & James A. H. Murray - 1884 - American Journal of Philology 5 (3):359.
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  31. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Russell Paul - 2009
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  32. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Edmonds Fiona - 2009
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    The Anglo-Saxon Zugzwang: the irrational paradox of the Enlightenment.Nadežda Vasilʹevna Golik - 2018 - London: Art-Xpress. Edited by A. I. Izvekov.
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  34. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Griffiths David - 2009
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    An Anglo-Saxon portable altar: Inscription and iconography.Elisabeth Okasha & Jennifer O'Reilly - 1984 - Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 47 (1):32-51.
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  36. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Flechner Roy - 2009
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  37. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Floinn Raghnall Ó - 2009
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  38. The Anglo-Saxon Connection: Irish Metalwork, AD 400-800.Raghnall Ó Floinn - 2009 - In Floinn Raghnall Ó (ed.), Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings. pp. 231.
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  39. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.M. Wilson David - 2009
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    Anglo-Saxon smiths and myths.David A. Hinton - 1998 - Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 80 (1):3-22.
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    The Anglo-Saxon Myth.Theodore Maynard - 1932 - Thought: Fordham University Quarterly 7 (1):68-81.
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    An Anglo-Saxon bible fragment of the late eighth century. Royal 1 E. VI.Patrick McGurk - 1962 - Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 25 (1/2):18-34.
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    Marx anglo-saxon.David McLellan - 1987 - Actuel Marx 1:129.
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  44. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Mhaonaigh Máire Ní - 2009
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    Anglo-Saxon Scribes and Old English Verse.Douglas Moffat - 1992 - Speculum 67 (4):805-827.
    At the beginning of his essay on the phrases þing gehegan and seonoþ gehegan in Beowulf and Phoenix, Eric Stanley makes the following pessimistic statement about the fundamental uncertainties facing literary critics of Old English verse:After a century and a half of serious and informed Beowulf scholarship we have our orthodoxies of understanding and may even feel safe enough for literary criticism of points of detail requiring a familiarity with the overtones of the original which, I believe, we lack. The (...)
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  46. Anglo-Saxon/Irish Relations before the Vikings.Mullins Juliet - 2009
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    An Anglo-Saxon Response to John King-Farlow’s Questions on Zen Language and Zen Paradoxes.John Tucker - 1985 - Journal of Chinese Philosophy 12 (2):217-221.
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    Anglo-Saxon texts in search of the beginning.Paul Szarmach - 2006 - Bulletin of the John Rylands Library 88 (1):77-100.
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    The Anglo-Saxon New Negro: Sutton E. Griggs’s Anglo-Saxonism and the Quest for Cultural Paternity in Imperium in Imperio.William Tamplin - 2020 - Utopian Studies 31 (1):97-117.
    Sutton Elbert Griggs wrote the first major African-American political novel, Imperium in Imperio. Imperium is a utopian novel and the first novel to represent the New Negro, a figure that Alain Locke popularized a quarter of a century later. Griggs used the term New Negro to refer to a generation of educated black Americans born after emancipation, a multiplicity of voices that demanded equality at the turn of the twentieth century. The 1890s are often described as the nadir of race (...)
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    The Dilemma of Contemporary Anglo-Saxon Philosophy of History.F. R. Ankersmit - 1986 - History and Theory 25 (4):1.
    The narrativist philosophy of history and the epistemological philosophy of history are opposed to each other and have remarkably little in common. Within the epistemological philosophy, the debate between the coveringlaw model advocates and the analytical hermeneutists has always been moving towards synthesis more than towards perpetuation of the disagreement. But the revolution from epistemological to narrativist philosophy of history enacted in Hayden White's work made the philosophy of history finally catch up with the developments in philosophy since the works (...)
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