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His account of distinct periods in English literature resembles the similar, if satirical, stadial history presented by Thomas Love Peacock in "The Four Ages of Poetry" (1820).
To justify his translations, he appealed to a universal stadial history that the Arabs could foreshorten by examining the causes of retardation in other cultures:
Beforehand, evangelical ideas of human universality--the same ideas that had fostered the antislavery movement in Britain and across the Atlantic--had accompanied a monogenetic and stadial understanding of human progress (see Livingstone, 2008).
In Scott's novel, the Highlands are doomed because history must run its course and because the time has come for them to follow the stadial development described by the philosophers of the Enlightenment.
During the Nissourian Stadial when the glacier reached its maximum position in Ohio, a loamy, stony till was deposited and is commonly referred to as the "Early Woodfordian Drift" (Fig.
However, the association of vascular lesions with inflammatory lesions and the stadial progression are universally accepted.
Contemporary indigenous peoples were historicized by an implicit saga of stadial development in which cultures can never be treated as fully contemporary with one another.
It is worth to mention, that in Poland this estimate is in agreement with paleontological data, which showed the reappearance of the hamsters in southern Poland during the second stadial of Vistulian (Kowalski 2001).
One major benefit of her erudition is to situate the Scottish debate on race and gender in a truly European intellectual context that includes not only the avowed favorite of the Scottish literati, Montesquieu, and other French thinkers who are commonly cited by Scottish Enlightenment scholars because of their prominence or their relevance for Scottish stadial theory, such as Rousseau, Voltaire, and Turgot, but also less well-known French-language writers, including Goguet, Lamy, and de Pauw, and French and European scientific and anthropological authors, such as Linnaeus, Buffon, Zimmermann, and Blumenbach.
Viewing these laws as temporally static runs contrary to their nature--indeed, some viewed the legislative process as they viewed the history of civilization: stadial and progressive.
They are subcutaneous painless nodules, from 2 to 10 cm, with stadial evolution, from a hard, small nodule to a deep punched-out ulcer with steep sides and a gummy base; they are isolated, unilateral or disseminated.