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Norman Stone - Career - Views
... at Oxford was not without incident, largely based around his political views, which were considered to be highly conservative, in the left wing climate of Oxford ... place as petty and provincial, and for its adherence to the Marxist-determinist view of history." He published a regular column in the Sunday Times between 1987 and 1992, and helped comment ...
Religious Views Of Charles Darwin
... Charles Darwin's views on religion have been the subject of much interest ... as perfectly adapted with only a few imperfections, and only partly modified that view by 1859 ... On the Origin of Species reflects theological views ...
Vasily Sadovnikov - Studies
... Sadovnikov's mainly fulfilled "views", but these views are always inhabited with vivid scenes, which characterize the artist not only as a landscapist but also as a genre master ... His views of St ... Sadovnikov's Panoranic View of the Nevsky Avenue (1830–1850), which was 16 meters long, was later etched and published on separate lists ...
Trump International Hotel And Tower (Chicago) - Critical Review
... Chicago 2010 describes the hotel as having the gorgeous views and upscale amenities to provide a place to go to live the life of a wealthy tourist ... The building is praised for its location, which provides as many views along the Chicago River as possible ... lounge, gorgeous restaurant and lavish rooms with amazing views ...
International Freedom Center - Views - Defense
... But this is not really a campaign about money or space ... It is a campaign about political purity—about how people remember 9/11 and about how we choose to read its aftermath, including the Iraq war ...

Famous quotes containing the word views:

    Though your views are in straight antagonism to theirs, assume an identity of sentiment, assume that you are saying precisely that which all think, and in the flow of wit and love roll out your paradoxes in solid column, with not the infirmity of a doubt.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The word “conservative” is used by the BBC as a portmanteau word of abuse for anyone whose views differ from the insufferable, smug, sanctimonious, naive, guilt-ridden, wet, pink orthodoxy of that sunset home of the third-rate minds of that third-rate decade, the nineteen-sixties.
    Norman Tebbit (b. 1931)

    The absolute things, the last things, the overlapping things, are the truly philosophic concerns; all superior minds feel seriously about them, and the mind with the shortest views is simply the mind of the more shallow man.
    William James (1842–1910)