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The latter type has developed into a voiced velar fricative in the modern dialects.
Grammatical characteristics. All of the spoken dialects and the two literary
languages have maintained a fairly complicated system of noun declension, ...
He saw and proclaimed the importance, for the modern world, of those qualities
of mind and spirit that literary culture can give; and literary criticism has gained
immensely from his expansion of its scope. Some of the leading ideas and
Positive theoretical atheism, which predominates in modern thought, replaces the
acknowledgment of the transcendent first principle with the autonomy of the
subjective thinking element (the cogito) within man that leads him to identify ...
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