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Bakunin's most famous work, published in various lengths, this version is the most complete form of the work published hitherto. Originally titled "Dieu et l'état", Bakunin intended it to be part of the second portion to a larger work named "The Knouto-Germanic Empire and the Social Revolution" (Knouto-Germanic Empire is in reference to a treaty betwixt Russia and Germany at the time), but the work was never completed. (from book introduction)
 
Bakunin’s most famous work, published in various lengths, this version is the most complete form of the work published hitherto. Originally titled “Dieu et l’état”, Bakunin intended it to be part of the second portion to a larger work named “The Knouto-Germanic Empire and the Social Revolution” (Knouto-Germanic Empire is in reference to a treaty betwixt Russia and Germany at the time), but the work was never completed. (from book introduction)
 
LibriVox volunteers bring you a festive selection of Christmas carols for the 2016 holiday. his year's festive collection of 25 Christmas carols includes traditional favourites and lesser-known selections in English, French, German, Greek, Italian, and Latin. The singers wish all listeners around the world a happy and peaceful Christmas. Allons tous à la crèche; author unknown; music by Ezwa. Angels We Have Heard on High; words by James Chadwick (1813-1882); music traditional French. Away in ...
 
Francis de Sales (1567-1622), Bishop of Geneva from 1602, was a renowned spiritual director who produced two classic guidebooks for earthly wayfarers on their spiritual journey to God: Introduction a la vie devote (Introduction to the Devout Life, 1609) and Traite' de l'amour de Dieu (Treatise on the Love of God, or Of the Love of God, 1616). In the Introduction to the Devout Life, Francis shows how anyone, whatever his or her calling or station in life, can strive for and achieve a life a p ...
 
(This show is in French for the english versions, please type in RevNatalieJ) Ce spectacle est sur Emma Curtis Hopkins et ses enseignements. C'est un spectacle en anglais, mais il serait sympa pour qu'il soit en francais, afin que d'autres puissent profiter de ses enseignements de pensée.
 
Calgary Canvas is a five-part series that illustrates two views on city issues. Tune in to hear a new topic every episode, produced and hosted by two reporters from the Calgary Journal. Produced by Meg Wilcox and the COMM 3727 podcasting class at Mount Royal University // Music by Ricardo-Andres Garcia // Logo created with icons by vitodelacosta, Jakob Wells, Pham Thi Dieu Linh & Ralph Schmitzer, courtesy the Noun Project.Podcast powered by Spreaker. Go to www.spreaker.com/create
 
Master Fox decides to play a trick on young Perrette who has come to Château-Thierry to sell her milk. Hoping she will fall for his charms and that he can thus steal her milk pail, he takes her all around the town to keep her well away from the market. But will he succeed? This farmer's wife is now more mature and prefers making a profit to building castles in the air!
 
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In this episode, we will cover the story of providing fluids and nutrients intravenously, leading up to Dr. Stanley Dudrick and the development of TPN (total parenteral nutrition), including the first patients to receive this groundbreaking therapy. As usual, we will explore a few related topics, including some of the earliest experiments with radi…
 
The subject for this episode, written and narrated by Dr. David Sigmon, is the great medieval surgeon Guy de Chauliac. His life and works are covered, including the 'Chirurgia Magna', or 'Great Writings on Surgery', but the main focus is his role in fighting the Black Death in Avignon, France, in 1342, and the lessons he learned about the plague th…
 
This episode was written by a guest contributor, Simar Bajaj, a student of the History of Science at Harvard University. In it, we cover the story of the mitral valve, from its earliest descriptions, to the discovery of its function and pathology, and of course, the evolution of the surgical treatment of both stenosis and regurgitation. In addition…
 
This episode was written by a guest contributor, Dr. David Warmflash, and covers the history of the use of induced hypothermia in surgery, from its earliest days in Ancient Egypt, through Napoleon-era France, and to the early days of cardiac surgery! We will also explore a more modern application in the setting of trauma, and of course, take a few …
 
Episode page: https://podcast.obskyr.io/episode-2-mon-dieu,-it’s-jumping-flash-3!/ Jumping Flash made a splash in 1995, when it was the first 3D platformer to hit consoles. But did you know there’s a third game in the series, released only in Japan? Today’s all about the Jumping Flash series, and more specifically, the personality-packed Robbit Mon…
 
In this episode, we'll cover the brilliant but difficult character of Guillaume Dupuytren, and of course the disease which bears his name. In addition to his life, we'll take a deep dive into the history of Dupuytren's disease, also known as the Viking's disease, the curse of the MacCrimmons, and the Hand of Benediction, among others. There are lot…
 
In this episode, host Dr. David Sigmon tells the inspirational true story of Dr. Alexander Thomas Augusta, the first African American surgeon in the Northern Army during the American Civil War, the first African American professor of medicine in the US, and civil rights activist. He overcame deeply entrenched racism to practice medicine and helped …
 
Episode page: https://podcast.obskyr.io/episode-1-the-post-pok%C3%A9mon-gold-rush/ On this inaugural episode of Obscuriosities, we talk about mon games – games inspired to ride the coattails of Pokémon’s creature-collecting craze. But of course, unlike a Digimon or a Monster Rancher… these games didn’t make it big. Today, we explore Kotobattle: Ten…
 
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