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Plundered Hearts

Plundered Hearts is an interactive fiction computer game created by Amy Briggs and published by Infocom in 1987. It was released simultaneously for… Expand
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2017
2017
In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, anthropologists, archaeologists, and hobbyists removed over 200,000 human bodies… Expand
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2016
Review
2016
...................................................................................................................................... 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS ..................................................................................................................... 4 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ..................................................................................................................... 6 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................... 8 The Whig History of Toleration .................................................................................... 12 The Revisionist School of Toleration ............................................................................ 15 A Middle-Way: The Post-Revisionist School ................................................................ 20 A Covenantal Approach to Toleration .......................................................................... 21 The Contesting Parties .................................................................................................. 26 Roadmap for Thesis ...................................................................................................... 31 CHAPTER I: THE PROTESTANT THEORY AND PRACTICE OF PERSECUTION IN ENGLAND (1534-1641) – AN OVERVIEW ........................................................................... 33 The Protestant Theory of Persecution ....................................................................................... 34 From Defender to Defector of the Faith: Henry VIII’s Sordid Affair ....................................... 39 Henry’s Religious Reforms ........................................................................................................ 41 Edward’s Short-Lived Reforms ................................................................................................. 43 Mary’s Quest to Extirpate Protestantism .................................................................................. 44 Elizabeth’s Not-So-Moderate “Middle Way” ........................................................................... 46 The Disappointment of James I and the Policy of “Persuasion and Compulsion” .................. 57 The Brutality of Charles I .......................................................................................................... 60 The Social Disruption of the English Revolution and the Proliferation of Sects ...................... 67 CHAPTER II: “A TURBULENT, SEDITIOUS, AND FACTITIOUS PEOPLE:” PERCEPTIONS AND PERSECUTIONS OF THE ENGLISH BAPTISTS ................................. 69 Perceptions and Persecution ..................................................................................................... 71 The Separatist Origins of the early English Baptists ................................................................ 77 John Smyth and Thomas Helwys ............................................................................................... 80 Murton’s Prison Treatises ......................................................................................................... 83 Leonard Busher ......................................................................................................................... 85 Later Baptist Churches .............................................................................................................. 88 Outbreak of the Civil War ......................................................................................................... 91 The Westminster Assembly and the “Committee for Plundered Ministers” ............................. 94 
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1996
1996
Darwin claimed "the practice of polygamy leads to the same results as would follow from an actual inequality in the number of the… Expand
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