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2020 in philosophy

January 8-11 - the American Philosophical Association will hold its annual Eastern Division Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. April 8-11 - the American Philosophical Association will hold its annual Pacific Division Meeting in San Francisco, ...

Alphonse Le Roy

Alphonse Le Roy was a professor at the University of Liege, in Belgium, who contributed over 150 entries to the Biographie Nationale de Belgique.

Yemima Ben-Menahem

Yemima Ben-Menahem is a Professor of philosophy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Her main area of expertise is philosophy of science, in particular philosophy of modern physics.

Kui Mulang

Kui Mulang is a star deity and one of the 28 Mansions in Chinese traditional religion. Kui Mulang is originated from the ancient peoples worship of the ancient stars and was a product of the combination of ancient Chinese mythology and astronomy. ...

Sikhism in Panama

Sikhism in Panama took roots when Panama Canal was started in 1890 by an American company.Panama got separated from Spain in 1821 and joined with Columbia, with which it remained till 1903.Construction of rail-road link between Atlantic and Pacif ...

UPE

UPE can refer to: Upe, the Polynesian term for the Marquesan imperial pigeon Union Pearson Express Upe, the symbol for the chemical element Unpentennium University of Paris-Est Universite Paris-Est, France Unsaturated polyester University of Port ...

Sevil Novruzova

Novruzova was born in 1977? in Derbent. She is a lawyer and an activist, helping to retrieve people from communities in Dagestan who have tried to join the Islamic State. She has helped to return at least 120 people from the caliphate. She began ...

Henya Pekelman

Henya M. Pekelman was a Zionist pioneer and manual laborer of the Yishuv. She immigrated to Mandatory Palestine in 1922, and her self-published book The Life of a Woman Worker in the Homeland is recognized as one of the most authentic sources abo ...

Black Hand

Black Hand anarchism La Mano Negra, a presumed secret, anarchist organization based in the Andalusian region of Spain during the early 1880s Black Hand Chicago, the extortion as practised in Chicago Black Hand extortion, an extortion racket pract ...

First Jordan Hydro-Electric Power House

The First Jordan Hydro-Electric Power House, also known as the Rutenberg Power Station or the Naharayim Power Plant or the Tel Or Power Plant, was a conventional dammed hydroelectric power station on the Jordan river, was situated in Naharayim, E ...

Walhalla

Walhalla is the German form of Old Norse Valholl, which is commonly anglicised as Valhalla. Otherwise, Walhalla may refer to: The Walhalla memorial, German Hall of Fame, inaugurated 1842 Walhalla-orden, a Finnish secret society founded 1783

Joseph Klafter

Joseph Klafter is an Israeli chemical physics professor who is the Heineman Chair of Physical Chemistry at Tel Aviv University, and was the eighth President of Tel Aviv University from 2009 to 2019. He won the 2020 Israel Prize in the fields of C ...

Jacob Metzer

Jacob Metzer מצר ; born 1942) is an Israeli economic historian who is the Alexander Brody Emeritus Professor of Economic History in the Department of Economics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and the eighth President of the Open University ...

Quill (disambiguation)

A quill is the lower shaft of a feather, specifically the region lacking barbs, or something made from it, such as a quill pen. Quill may also refer to:

Red Cross Sint Maarten

Red Cross Sint Maarten is the Red Cross national society of Sint Maarten. While technically it is an overseas branch of the Netherlands Red Cross it is registered as an independent entity under Sint Maarten law, auxiliary to the Government of Sin ...

ASI

Asi, a Russian name for the Ossetians Asi language, a language spoken in Southern Philippines, mainly in the islands comprising the province of Romblon Asi Mahabharata, a sword in the Sanskrit epic poem Mahabharata Asi, Creek language for the bla ...

Novodanilovka group

The Novodanilovka group, also called the Novodanilovka culture, was a Copper Age culture which flourished along the lower Dnieper and the steppes of Ukraine from ca. 4400 BC to 3800 BC. The Novodanilovka group is primarily defined by its small ce ...

Evolution of languages

The evolution of languages or history of language includes the evolution, divergence and development of languages throughout time, as reconstructed based on glottochronology, comparative linguistics, written records and other historical linguisti ...

Vakhsh culture

The Vakhsh culture is a late Bronze Age culture which flourished along the lower Vakhsh River in southern Tajikistan from ca. 1700 BC to 1500 BC. The Vakhsh culture seems to have appeared somewhat later than the Bishkent culture, with which is sh ...

Usatovo culture

The Usatovo culture is a late variant of the Cucuteni–Trypillia culture which flourished northwest of the Black Sea from 3500 BC to 3000 BC. The Usatovo culture appears to be a mixture of Neolithic elements of Southeast Europe with intrusive cult ...

List of ancient Indo-Aryan peoples and tribes

This is a list of ancient Indo-Aryan peoples and tribes that are mentioned in old sources of Hindu, Buddhist, and Jain traditions. In these old sources, there are also Non-Indo-Aryan peoples that are mentioned but are not included in this list be ...

Qawrighul culture

The Qawrighul culture is primarily known for its cemeteries. The best attested of these are the cemeteries of Qawrighul itself, in which at least forty-two burials have been uncovered. Qawrighul tombs are divided into two types. The first type of ...

Chust culture

The Chust culture is a late Bronze Age and early Iron Age culture which flourished in the Fergana Valley of eastern Uzbekistan from ca. 1500 BC to 900 BC. Settlements of the Chust culture varied in size between small dwelling sites to large settl ...

Suvorovo culture

The Suvorovo culture, also called the Suvorovo group, was a Copper Age culture which flourished on the northwest Pontic steppe and the lower Danube from 4500 BC to 4100 BC. The Suvorovo culture is entirely defined by its burials. These include ku ...

DRM

Disability rights movement Democratic Republic of Madagascar, a former socialist state 1975–1992 on Madagascar Direction du renseignement militaire, the French Directorate of Military Intelligence Defense reform movement, U.S. campaign inspired b ...

Timeline of the 2019–2020 Hong Kong protests (April 2020)

Timeline of April 2019–20 Hong Kong protests. The 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic has caused a decline in the number and scale of the protests with most protest related activities happening online especially on games like Animal Crossing, which resu ...

EO

Evangelische Omroep, a public broadcaster in the Netherlands Executive Outcomes, a South African military company Elevorganisasjonen, a Norwegian student organization Hewa Bora Airways IATA code EO Express One International, an airline Entreprene ...

Body

Physical body, an object in physics Anatomy, the study of the body plan of animals Body plan, the physical features shared by a group of animals Human body, the entire structure of a human organism Dead body or cadaver, a dead human body living m ...

Campaign

Political campaign, an organized effort which seeks to influence the decision making process within a specific group Campaign, in agriculture, the period during which sugar beets are harvested and processed Military campaign, large scale, long du ...

Italian campaign

Italian campaign can refer to: Second Italian War of Independence, an 1859 campaign fought by Napoleon III of France and Kingdom of Sardinia against Austria Italian campaigns of the French Revolutionary Wars, 1796–1800 campaigns led by Napoleon B ...

Pacific campaign

Pacific campaign or Pacific campaigns, usually refers to the Pacific War: campaigns involving Allied and Axis forces, in the Pacific and Asia during World War II. Within the context of World War II, "Pacific campaigns" include: Pacific Ocean thea ...

Irish Rebellion

Irish Rebellion may refer to: The Desmond Rebellions, which occurred in the 1560s, 1570s and 1580s in Munster The Fenian Rising of 1867 The Geraldine Rebellion 1534 and the FitzGerald Rebellion against Henry VIII of England 1535 to 1537, having t ...

Rebellion (disambiguation)

Rebellion 2009 film, a Hong Kong film Rebellion 2011 film, a French film Rebellion 1975 film, an Argentine film Rebellion 1954 film, a Spanish-German drama film Rebellion 1936 film, an American film starring Tom Keene

Great Rebellion

The Great Rebellion or Great Revolt is a term that is generally used in English for the following conflicts: 1936–1939 Arab revolt in Palestine, that would come to be known as "the Great Revolt". In the northern states of the USA, an alternate te ...

MSA

Motor Sports Association, the governing body for motorsport in the United Kingdom Maine Snowmobile Association, the snowmobile association of Maine Motion Sensing Alliance, an alliance for the development of motion sensing technology

Premiership of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Erdoğans government developed the SEÇSIS secure vote counting system ostensibly in order to reduce fraud. However, it has been criticised for being prone to manipulation. Particular controversy was generated by the fact that the system was develo ...

Petar of Korisa

Petar Koriski was the first anachoretic saint of Old Serbia, who lived in a cave on Rusenica mountain, part of the Sar Mountains range, where he gained fame as an ascetic wonderworker among his people. The Serbian Orthodox Church now venerates hi ...

Sampsoniyevskoye Municipal Okrug

Sampsoniyevskoye is a municipal okrug occupying the southern part of Vyborgsky District of the federal city of Saint Petersburg, Russia. Since the 18th century until virtually the 21st century it was a primary industrial area of the city, built u ...

Chess player (disambiguation)

A chess player is someone who plays the game of chess. Chess player or Chess Players may also refer to: Chess Player TV series, or Go Player, 2006 Chinese TV series The Chess Players film, a 1977 film directed by Satyajit Ray The Chess Players Ea ...

The Game of the Century

In the context of sports, The Game of the Century is a characterization given to outstanding matches The Game of the Century chess, a chess game between Donald Byrne and Bobby Fischer in 1956 Game of the Century college football, any one of sever ...

Match of the Century

As well as its general use as a superlative, the term Match of the Century may specifically refer to: In football, the Game of the Century, the Italy-West Germany semi-final in the 1970 FIFA World Cup the Match of the Century, a match organised i ...

Miguel Aleman (chess player)

From the late 1930s to the early 1950s, Miguel Aleman was one of the leading Cuban chess players. He won the Cuban Chess Championship in 1939. Miguel Aleman also participated in U.S. Open Chess Championship 1946, 1947 and a strong International C ...

Oscar Castro (chess player)

Oscar Humberto Castro Rojas was a Colombian chess International Master, six times Colombian Chess Championships winner.

Sava Vukovic (chess player)

Sava Vukovic was a Serbian origin Yugoslav chess master, Yugoslav Chess Championship bronze medalist.

Erik Malmberg (chess player)

From 1912 to 1915, Eric Malmberg studied medicine at University of Helsinki. At first World War I he underwent military training at the cadet school. During Finnish Civil War, Eric Malmberg fought on the side of Whites. He was a communications of ...

Century (disambiguation)

Century break, 100 points in one break in snooker Century cricket, 100 runs in cricket Century ride, a 100-mile recreational bicycle ride

Seventh Heaven

7th Heaven novel, a novel in the Womens Murder Club Series by James Patterson Seventh Heaven poetry collection, a poetry collection by Patti Smith, and the title poem Seventh Heaven, a 1990 novel by Alice Hoffman

Eclipse (disambiguation)

Eclipse Sebastian, a 2003 sculpture by Jill Sebastian

Glass house

Glass House Budapest Hungarian: uveghaz, a former glassworks used as a refuge for Jews during the Holocaust Glass House British Columbia, a residence constructed of glass bottles near Boswell, British Columbia Glasshouse British Army, the term fo ...

The Great Game (disambiguation)

The Great Game was the political and diplomatic confrontation that existed during the 19th century between Britain and Russia. The Great Game may also refer to: