spaeman

spaeman

(ˈspeɪmən)
n, pl -men
(Alternative Belief Systems) a man who foretells the future
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Using an expression taken from Spaeman: a Person is a being not relative to any context.
Triggered by interesting questions on many different philosophical themes posed by his former students, the discussion let the reader follow the philosophical roads trodden by Alejandro--the metaphysics of being, German transcendental idealism, and contemporary analytic philosophy--by the hand of some of the greatest philosophers of our Western tradition--Plato, Aristotle, Aquinas, Kant, Hegel, and Wittgenstein, among many others--and of our contemporary times: Habermas, Spaeman, MacIntyre, Anscombe, and Berti.
Influenced by German philosopher Robert Spaeman, Ratzinger believes that Christianity is not one of many in the pantheon of social, political or philosophical systems, but that the Christian faith provides the very "precondition for its [the state's] own existence" (113).
Como profesores invitados participaron en algunos de los congresos: Robert Spaeman, Maria Pia Chirinos, Agustin del Agua, Mariano Fazio, Agnieska Kijewska, Cyrille Michon, Paul O'Callaghan, Herve Pasqua, Alice Ramos, Robert Wielockx, Krizstoff Zanussi y muchos mas.
HUMANS: axle-tooth 'a molar tooth', hink 'to halt, to falter', hoast "to cough', lug 'an ear', marrow 'a companion, a fellow worker', marrow 'to join, associate; to bring together, pair; to find a match for', melder 'a quantity of meal ground at one time', muster 'to whisper, speak privately', querken 'to choke, suffocate, stifle', rame 'to shout, cry, scream', rove 'scabby, scaly or scurfy condition of the skin', skirl 'to scream, shriek, cry out shrilly', spaeman 'prophet, fortune-teller', storken 'to become stout, sturdy, strong; to grow', swaver 'to stager, to totter', sword sliper 'a sword sharpener', tave 'to move the limbs ineffectually, to sprawl', thumble-toe 'the great toe', waithman "a hunter';