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scarre

(skɑː)
vb
to scare
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Neil, Samantha, Jane Evans, Janet Montgomery, and Chris Scarre.
Dentro del mismo volumen, hay incluso articulos, como el de Hill (1994), en los que se niega la posibilidad de que la arqueologia realice aportaciones valiosas al estudio de la cognicion, o Scarre (1994), que defiende la imposibilidad de alcanzar interpretaciones simbolicas a traves unicamente de la cultura material.
Segun Scarre, ademas, otra prueba--entre varias--del desconocimiento de la postura de Hume es que Mill defiende tesis del tipo "[.
Editors Laporte and Scarre present readers with a collection of contributions focused on the history, construction, and design of megalithic stone architecture throughout Northern and Western Europe.
En Trade and Exchange in Prehistoric Europe, editado por Chris Scarre y Francis Healy, 35-44.
2; Scarre 2002, 84) and in France (Scarre 2002, 84, fig.
In Monuments and Landscape in Atlantic Europe: Perception and Society During the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age, edited by Charles Scarre, 122-139.
O'SULLIVAN, Muiris, SCARRE, Chris and DOYLE, Maureen (eds).
Cooper, Geoffrey Scarre, Ian James Kidd and two anonymous reviewers for the helpful comments they provided on drafts of this paper.
Police believe Dominic Scarre, from Low Moor Cottages in Finchale, on the outskirts of Durham, died as he was trying to move a car off the road after it ran out of fuel.
In On Courage, Geoffrey Scarre sets out to recognize and appreciate the various manifestations of courage, resisting univocal and over-intellectualized accounts of the virtue while at the same time attempting to understand the distinctive value of courage, and why it remains a necessary, core virtue for all people.