Human Knowledge: Foundations and Limits

In the aftermath of the Second World War, when the governmentsof most developed countries took full employment and faster economic growthas explicit objectives of national economic policy, there was a markedpropensity for the governments of capitalist economies to intervene activelyand extensively in the process Of production.

4 Ways To Stop Being A MGTOW – Return Of Kings
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In the 1990s the Kimbanguist Church was one of the fastest-growing religious bodies in the world. In 2000 it had upwards of 6.5 million adherents in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 500,000 in Angola, and 150,000 in Congo (Brazzaville). It is active also in Burundi, Central African Republic, Gabon, Kenya, Zambia, Belgium, France, and Portugal.
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The Third Wave "New Apostolic Reformation"

Thus both worldviews posit that there is an ultimate reality and that ..
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