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Classification of the cribellate spiders and some allied families, with notes on the evolution of the suborder Araneomorpha

plazi (1967)
Publisher: Plazi.org taxonomic treatments database
This dataset contains the digitized treatments in Plazi based on the original journal article Pekka T. Lehtinen (1967): Classification of the cribellate spiders and some allied families, with notes on the evolution of the suborder Araneomorpha. Annales Zoologici Fennici 4: 199-468

Proton-Proton Interactions at 5.5 GeV/c

Alexander, G.; Benary, O.; Czapek, G.; Haber, B.; Kidron, N.; Reuter, B.; Shapira, A.; Simopoulou, E.; Yekutieli, G. (1967)
Publisher: Phys.Rev. 154 (1967) 1284-1304
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How one becomes what one is

Schleinitz, Wulfing von (1967)
Publisher: University of British Columbia
In this essay, I explain what Nietzsche meant by saying "God is dead," and what he thought this Implied for the European morality of his day. The first section deals with the doctrine of eternal recurrence. The doctrine is outlined by means of the two main passages that Nietzsche devotes to the physical details in the books published by him. It is then indicated how seriously Nietzsche took eternal recurrence. I proceed by questioning the scientific soundness of the doctrine, but conclude th...