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Such was the state of knowledge acquired regarding the earth's satellite, which the Gun Club undertook to perfect in all its aspects, cosmographic, geological, political, and moral.
A myriad of body gestures, some minuscule, shape identities and transmit spiritual values and cosmographic notions.
Maudoodi favors to add those subjects in curriculum of elementary education from which students' familiar about cosmographic realities and with ethical values they made their lives happy.
2 Enoch and 3 Baruch), but often the two differing views generated a dispute among the erudite Christians of the Byzantine empire as to which was the true one, or to be more precise, the delicate question of whether the cosmographic description given in the Bible was to be taken literally or allegorically.
1849; Baltimore, Maryland) to Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859), being inspired by the latter's book entitled Kosmos, by which Humboldt offered one of the fundaments of cosmographic thought.
With works like Antonio de Herrera's and Francisco Lopez de Gomara's chronicles, Alonso de Ercilla y Zuniga's epic poeta on Chile, Leon Pinelo's cosmographic treadse, and the "Cartas de relacion" by Christopher Columbus, and Hernan Cortes, among others, Barcia's massive editorial project organized and conceptualized the literature, historiography, and cosmography of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries into a foundation for the colonial literary corpus.
The ocean routes recorded on transcontinental cosmographic charts made major overland trade archaic.
We will highlight a combined type of understanding that required both the lived experience of the world, and the use of cosmographic theory to comprehend what experience could not show.
Por lo tanto, el exito de este primer atlas del mundo de Ortelius se debio en buena medida a la primacia concedida a lo visual y sobre todo al hecho de que el espectador (o, si se prefiere, el lector) que lo contemplara "was invited to behold a cosmographic whole and a variety of local representations" (Conley 408).
In identifying itself as microcosmographic, the Theophrastan character acknowledges cosmographic character--the kind that would find expression in real persons.
Africa generally has a wealth of notable graphic systems includinggicandi symbols employed by the Kikuyu (Kenya), adinkra symbols among the Akan (in Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire), elaborate nsibida symbols among the Jgbo, Ibibio, and Ejagham (Nigeria), and cosmographic systems employed among the Dogon (Mali) and Kongo (Angola).
As Dardel asserts, the geographic reality cannot be separated from its cosmographic dimension or, in other words, from a mythic representation of the Universe (Dardel 1952:74).