Category: Education in the United States

Melvin Seeman

Melvin Seeman is an American sociologist who is known for vervreemdingsteorie , he, inter alia Karl Marx had based. He is attached to UCLA (University of California, Los Angeles). Important publications Seeman, Melvin. 1959. On the meaning of alienation. American Sociological Review , 24 (6): 783-791. Seeman, Melvin. 1966. alienation, Membership, and Political Knowledge: A Comparative Study. The Public Opinion Quarterly , 30 (3): 353-367. Seeman, Melvin. 1972. alienation and…

James Kennedy

James Carleton Kennedy (* Orange City , Iowa , 2 September 1963 ) is an American historian . Life cycle His father was an American and his mother a Dutchman . He grew up in his hometown. Many residents of Orange City of Dutch origin. Kennedy foreign relations studied at Georgetown University ( Bachelor of Arts ) and theology at the Calvin Theological Seminary ( Master of Arts ). His…

Donald Kagan

Donald Kagan (born 1 May 1932 ) is an American historian at Yale , specializing in ancient Greece , and is known for his history of the Peloponnesian War in four ties. He was dean of Yale College from 1989 to 1992. He was previously a lecturer at the History Department at Cornell University . In a review in The New Yorker , says critic George Steiner of Kagan’s influential…

Samuel Hynes

Samuel Hynes (* 29 August 1924 ) is a former pilot of the US Air Force and retired professor of literature at the Princeton University . He became well-known as an author of books on politics, culture and literature in the UK from the Edwardian period and obtain the 1930s. Living and working Samuel Hynes in 1924 Chicago born in Scottish Irish Presbyterian family and in Minneapolis grew. His mother…

Stephan A. Hoeller

Stephan A. Hoeller ( 1931 ) is an American writer, scholar and religious leader. As a native of Budapest ( Hungary ) he took his degree at the University of Innsbruck in Austria achieved. He is Professor Emeritus of Comparative Religion at the College of Oriental Studies in Los Angeles ( United States ). Hoeller is a well known author and scholar of Gnosticism and the psychology of Carl Gustav…

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein FRS ( 14 March 1879 – 18 April 1955 ) was a theoretical physicist widely as the greatest scientist of the 20th century is considered. He called the relativity proposed and great contributions to the development of quantum mechanics , statistics mechanics and cosmology made. He is the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1921 awarded for his explanation of the photoelectric effect and “for his service to Theoretical…

Peter Duesberg

Peter H. Duesberg (born 2 December 1936 in Münster , Germany ) is currently a professor of molecular- and cell biology at the University of California , Berkeley . He became famous for identifying and kartisering of the src -no, the first recognized oncogene in the 1970s. Currently he is more known for his controversial view that HIV is not AIDS cause. Peter H. Duesberg born December 2 1936 Münster…

Daniel Dennett

Daniel Clement Dennett (born 28 March 1942 ) is an American philosopher . Dennett’s research focuses on the social philosophy and the philosophy of science, particularly as those fields relate to evolutionary biology and cognitive science. Dennett is one of the leading contemporary determinists who was committed to a mechanical explanation of consciousness. Background Dennett’s father was a diplomat and an expert on the history of Islam and his mother,…

Bill Clinton

William Jefferson (Bill) Clinton (born William Jefferson Blythe III , August 19 1946) [1] served from 1993 to 2001 as the 42nd President of the United States. He was the third youngest president, only Theodore Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy were younger than him when they became president. He became president at the end of the Cold War, and because he was born in the period after the Second World…

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