Origen


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Or·i·gen

 (ôr′ĭ-jĕn′, -jən, ŏr′-) ad185?-254?
Greek philosopher and theologian who reinterpreted Christian doctrine through Neoplatonist philosophy. His influential work was later condemned as unorthodox.
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Origen

(ˈɒrɪˌdʒɛn)
n
(Biography) ?185–?254 ad, Christian theologian, born in Alexandria. His writings include Hexapla, a synopsis of the Old Testament, Contra Celsum, a defence of Christianity, and De principiis, a statement of Christian theology
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Or•i•gen

(ˈɔr ɪˌdʒɛn, -dʒən, ˈɒr-)

n. (Origenes Admantius)
A.D. 185?–254?, Alexandrian writer and Christian theologian.
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the Atlantis of Plato, that continent denied by Origen and Humbolt, who placed its disappearance amongst the legendary tales.
El origen del nervio para el MERLC, segun Hovelaque (1927), se ubica 1 o 2 cm distal al nervio para el Musculo Braquiorradial, el cual posteriormente se profundiza y avanza verticalmente hasta llegar al vientre muscular.
Greek theologians Origen of Alexandria (185-254) and Basil of Caesarea (329-379) both received a secular education, and studied the writings of the Greek philosophers and scholars, says Rasmussen, but eventually dedicated themselves to theological controversy and preaching.
Acorde a ello, se desarrolla un proceso intencionado de burocracia estatal dirigido a desemparentar (de-kinning) a estas madres de origen (Fonseca 2011 y 2012; Hogbacka 2017) y, al mismo tiempo, emparentar al nino(a) con sus madres/padres adoptivos.
Keywords: Vocation, Origen, Desert Fathers and Mothers.
Finalmente, que el agente mismo sea el autor de su eleccion es lo que garantiza el control de origen.
81-198) supuso el origen de la diocesis, al refugiarse en los Pirineos los obispos de Huesca.
La primera, luego de su origen, cursa rostral por la superficie lateral del musculo geniogloso, y con un trayecto sinuoso, se dirige hacia el vertice de la lengua, proporcionando las ramas linguales dorsales (Rami dorsales linguae).