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Tolkiens Dictionary

  J. R. R. Tolkien went so far in creating what he called an Anglo-Saxon mythology that he even created a new languages for his amazing work "The Lord of the Rings". This dictionary of the artificial languages invented by Tolkien - Languages of Arda - is must-have resource for readers, researchers and admirers of the "Lord of the Rings".


 
Created By: Marcos Fonseca
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similitude

Foucault teaches this concept by example from Bacon: The human Intellect, from its peculiar nature, easily supposes a greater order and equality in things than it actually finds; and, while there are many things in Nature unique, and quite irregular, still it feigns parallels, correspondnts, and relations that have no existence. Hence that fiction, 'that among the heavenly bodies all motion takes place by perfect circles.' from The Order of Things, p.52

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