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Encyclopedia of European social history from 1350 to 2000

Author: Peter N Stearns; Thomson Gale (Firm)
Publisher: Detroit, Mich. : Charles Scribner's Sons, ©2001.
Series: Gale virtual reference library
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"Covering the period from the beginning of the Renaissance to the present, this encyclopedia consists of 209 signed articles and nearly 300 biographical entries. The set is thoroughly indexed, amply illustrated, and a joy to read. Graduate students will find it useful as an introduction to historiography while advanced high school students will enjoy the articles on historical topics."--"Outstanding Reference  Read more...
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Encyclopedia of European social history from 1350 to 2000.
New York : Scribner, ©2001
(DLC) 00046376
(OCoLC)45023408
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter N Stearns; Thomson Gale (Firm)
ISBN: 0684315149 9780684315140
OCLC Number: 84386264
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (6 volumes) : illustrations
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: Vol. 1. The Generations of Social History --
The Sources of Social History --
The Annales Paradigm --
Marxism and Radical History --
Interdisciplinary Contacts and Influences --
Cliometrics and Quantification --
Cultural History and New Cultural History --
Gender Theory --
Microhistory --
Comparative European Social History --
The Periods of Social History --
Periodization in Social History --
The Medieval Heritage --
The Renaissance --
The Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Reformation --
The Early Modern Period --
The Enlightenment --
The French Revolution and the Empire --
The Nineteenth Century --
The World Wars and the Depression --
Since World War II --
Regions, Nations, and Peoples --
Principles of Regionalism --
Britain --
Ireland --
France --
The Low Countries --
The Iberian Peninsula --
Italy --
Central Europe --
The Nordic Countries --
The Baltic Nations --
East Central Europe --
Russia and the East Slavs --
The Balkans --
The Jews and Anti-Semitism --
Roma: The Gypsies --
Europe and the World --
The World Economy and Colonial Expansion --
Explorers, Missionaries, Traders --
Emigration and Colonies --
Imperialism and Domestic Society --
Imperialism and Gender --
America, Americanization, and Anti-Americanism --
Immigrants --
Racism. --
--
5050 Modernization --
Technology --
Capitalism and Commercialization --
Protoindustrialization --
The Industrial Revolutions --
War and Conquest --
Science and the Scientific Revolution --
Secularization --
Communications, the Media, and Propaganda --
Population and Geography --
The Environment --
Migration --
The Population of Europe: Early Modern Demographic Patterns --
The Population of Europe: The Demographic Transition and After --
The European Marriage Pattern --
Birth, Contraception, and Abortion --
The Life Cycle --
Health and Disease --
Death --
Cities and Urbanization --
Urbanization --
The City: The Early Modern Period --
The City: The Modern Period --
The Urban Infrastructure --
Shops and Stores --
Urban Institutions and Politics: The Early Modern Period --
Urban Institutions and Politics: The Modern Period --
Street Life and City Space --
Suburbs and New Towns --
Rural Life --
Agriculture --
Land Tenure --
Serfdom: Western Europe --
Serfdom: Eastern Europe --
Peasant and Farming Villages --
Collectivization --
Estates and Country Houses --
Fairs and Markets --
State and Society --
Absolutism --
The Liberal State --
Democracy --
The Welfare State --
Civil Society --
Nationalism --
Fascism and Nazism --
Communism --
Bureaucracy --
Military Service. --
--
5050 Vol. 3. Social Class --
Social Mobility --
The Aristocracy and Gentry --
The Middle Classes --
Professionals and Professionalization --
Students --
Artists --
The Military --
Artisans --
The Petty Bourgeoisie --
Working Classes --
Servants --
Peasants and Rural Laborers --
Slaves --
Marginal People --
Social Protest --
Collective Action --
Moral Economy and Luddism --
Urban Crowds --
Revolutions --
Labor History: Strikes and Unions --
Socialism --
Gender and Popular Protest --
New Social Movements --
Student Movements --
Modern Protest Politics --
Deviance, Crime, and Social Control --
Crime --
Prostitution --
Witchcraft --
Banditry --
Juvenile Delinquency and Hooliganism --
Police --
Punishment --
Madness and Asylums --
Social Problems and Social Reform --
Charity and Poor Relief: The Early Modern Period --
Charity and Poor Relief: The Modern Period --
Social Welfare and Insurance --
Alcohol and Temperance --
Orphans and Foundlings --
Developmental and Physical Disabilities: The "Blind," "Deaf and Dumb," and "Idiot" --
Public Health. --
5050 Vol. 4. The Development of Gender History --
Patriarchy --
Women and Femininity --
Men and Masculinity --
Feminisms --
Gender and Work --
Gender and Education --
The Family and Age Groups --
History of the Family --
Kinship --
The Household --
Inheritance --
The Family and the State --
Courtship, Marriage, and Divorce --
Motherhood --
Child Rearing and Childhood --
Youth and Adolescence --
Widows and Widowers --
The Elderly --
Generations and Generational Conflict --
Sexuality --
Sexual Behavior and Sexual Morality --
Illegitimacy and Concubinage --
Puberty --
Masturbation --
Pornography --
Sex, Law, and the State --
Homosexuality and Lesbianism --
Body and Mind --
The Body and its Representations --
Cleanliness --
The Senses --
Gestures --
Manners --
The Emotions --
Anthropometry --
Medical Practitioners and Medicine --
Childbirth, Midwives, Wetnursing --
Psychiatry and Psychology --
Work --
Work and the Work Ethic --
Preindustrial Manufacturing --
Factory Work --
Middle-Class Work --
Work Time --
Child Labor. --
5050 Vol. 5. Popular Culture --
High Culture --
Magic --
Festivals --
The Reformation of Popular Culture --
Language --
Consumerism --
Drinking and Drugs --
Honor and Shame --
Memory and the Invention of Traditions --
Humor --
Music and Dance --
Modern Recreation and Leisure --
Policing Leisure --
Sports --
Holidays and Public Rituals --
Consumer Leisure --
Vacations --
Travel and Tourism --
Religion --
Belief and Popular Religion --
Church and Society --
Judaism --
Catholicism --
Protestantism --
Eastern Orthodoxy --
Education and Literacy --
Schools and Schooling --
Higher Education --
Teachers --
Printing and Publishing --
Literacy --
Reading --
Journalism --
Everyday Life --
Material Culture --
Standards of Living --
Housing --
Domestic Interiors --
Clothing and Fashion --
Food and Diet --
Animals and Pets --
Toys and Games. --
5050 Vol. 6. Biographies --
Adorno, Theodor --
Alberti, Leon Battista --
Alembert, Jean Le Rond d' --
Alexander II --
Aretino, Pietro --
Ariès, Philippe --
Arkwright, Richard --
Arnold, Thomas --
Atatürk, Ghazi Mustapha Kemal --
Bacon, Francis --
Baden-Powell, Robert --
Bakhtin, Mikhail Mikhailovich --
Bakunin, Mikhail Aleksandrovich --
Barthes, Roland --
Beauvoir, Simone de --
Behn, Aphra --
Benjamin, Walter --
Bentham, Jeremy --
Bernstein, Eduard --
Binet, Alfred --
Bismarck, Otto von --
Blanc, Louis --
Bloch, Marc --
Bloomer, Amelia --
Bodin, Jean --
Borromeo, St. Charles --
Broca, Pierre Paul --
Bruno, Giordano --
Braudel, Fernand --
Bunyan, John --
Burckhardt, Jacob --
Burke, Edmund --
Byron, George Gordon, Known as Lord Byron --
Calvin, John --
Carlyle, Thomas --
Castiglione, Baldassare --
Catherine II --
Cavendish, Margaret --
Cavour, Camillo Benso, Conte di --
Chamberlain, Houston Stewart --
Chamberlain, Joseph --
Chaplin, Charles --
Charles I --
Chmielnicki, Bogdan --
Cobb, Richard --
Cohn-Bendit, Daniel --
Colbert, Jean Baptiste --
Cole, George Douglas Howard --
Columbus, Christopher --
Comte, Auguste --
Condorcet, Marquis de --
Copernicus, Nicolaus --
Cortés, Hernán --
Cousin, Victor --
Cromwell, Oliver --
Danton, Georges Jacques --
Darwin, Charles Robert --
David, Jacques Louis --
Dee, John --
Defoe, Daniel --
Derrida, Jacques --
Descartes, René --
Dickens, Charles --
Diderot, Denis --
Disney, Walt --
Douglas, Mary --
Dreyfus, Alfred --
Dubcek, Alexander --
Duby, Georges --
Durkheim, Émile --
Eichmann, Adolf --
Elias, Norbert --
Elizabeth I --
Engels, Friedrich --
Erasmus, Desiderius --
Evans-Pritchard, Sir Edward --
Fénelon, François de Salignac de la Mothe --
Ferry, Jules François Camille --
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb --
Filmer, Sir Robert --
Foucault, Michel --
Fox, George --
France, Anatole --
Franco, Francisco --
Frederick II, Known as Frederick the Great --
Freud, Sigmund --
Froebel, Friedrich Wilhelm August --
Fry, Elizabeth --
Galileo Galilei --
Galton, Sir Francis --
Gama, Vasco da --
Gaulle, Charles André Joseph Marie de --
Garbo, Greta --
Geertz, Clifford --
Goebbels, Joseph Paul --
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von --
Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeevich --
Gouges, Olympe de --
Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de Paula José de --
Gramsci, Antonio --
Grimm, Jakob Karl --
Guizot, François Pierre Guillaume --
Gutenberg, Johann. Haeckel, Ernst Heinrich Philipp August --
Hall, Marguerite Radclyffe --
Hammond, John Lawrence Le Breton --
Hargreaves, James --
Haussmann, Baron Georges Eugène --
Hébert, Jacques René --
Henry VIII --
Henry IV --
Henry the Navigator --
Herder, Johann Gottfried von --
Herzen, Aleksandr Ivanovich --
Herzl, Theodor --
Hill, Christopher --
Himmler, Heinrich --
Hitler, Adolf --
Hobbes, Thomas --
Hobsbawm, Eric J. --
Hugo, Victor --
Humboldt, Wilhelm von --
Hume, David --
Ignatius of Loyola --
Ivan IV --
James I --
Jaurès, Jean --
Jenner, Edward --
Johnson, Samuel --
Jones, Inigo --
Joseph II --
Jung, Carl Gustav --
Kant, Immanuel --
Kautsky, Karl Johann --
Kepler, Johannes --
Kerensky, Aleksandr Fedorovich --
Keynes, John Maynard --
Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich --
Kipling, Joseph Rudyard --
Knox, John --
Kropotkin, Peter Alekseevich --
Lacan, Jacques --
Lamennais, Hugues Félicité Robert de --
Lamprecht, Karl --
Las Casas, Bartolomé de --
Lassalle, Ferdinand --
Lavisse, Ernest --
Le Bon, Gustave --
Le Corbusier --
Lefebvre, Georges --
Lenin, Vladimir Ilich --
Leo XIII --
Leopold II --
Lévi-Strauss, Claude Gustave --
Lévy-Bruhl, Lucien --
Livingstone, David --
Lloyd George, David --
Locke, John --
Lombroso, Cesare --
Louis XIV --
Louis XVI --
Lukács, Gyorgy --
Lumière, Auguste --
Luther, Martin --
Luxemburg, Rosa --
Machiavelli, Niccolò --
Malraux, André --
Malthus, Thomas Robert --
Mandeville, Bernard --
Manet, Édouard --
Marat, Jean Paul --
Maria Theresa --
Marie Antoinette --
Mathiez, Albert --
Marx, Karl --
Maurras, Charles Marie Photius --
Mazarin, Jules --
Mérimée, Prosper --
Mesmer, Franz Anton --
Michelet, Jules --
Mill, John Stuart --
Mitterrand, François --
Montaigne, Michel Eyquem de --
More, Sir Thomas --
Mosley, Oswald --
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus --
Mussolini, Benito --
Nagy, Imre --
Namier, Sir Lewis Bernstein --
Napoleon I --
Napoleon III --
Nerval, Gérard de --
Newton, Sir Isaac --
Nicholas I --
Nicholas II --
Ortega y Gasset, José --
Orwell, George --
Owen, Robert --
Oxenstierna, Count Axel Gustafsson --
Palladio, Andrea --
Pareto, Vilfredo --
Parnell, Charles Stewart --
Pascal, Blaise --
Paul, St. Vincent de --
Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich --
Penn, William --
Pepys, Samuel --
Perrault, Charles --
Pestalozzi, Johann Heinrich --
Pétain, Henri Philippe --
Peter I --
Petrarch --
Philip II --
Philip IV --
Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni --
Pisan, Christine de --
Pius V --
Pius IX --
Pius XII --
Pizarro, Francisco --
Plumb, J.H. --
Pobedonostsev, Konstantin Petrovich --
Pope, Alexander --
Popper, Karl --
Power, Eileen --
Primo de Rivera y Orbaneja, Miguel --
Proust, Marcel --
Pugachev, Emelyan Ivanovich --
Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich --
Ranke, Leopold von --
Reed, John Silas --
Renan, Ernest --
Rhodes, Cecil John --
Richardson, Samuel --
Richelieu, Armand Jean du Plessis de --
Riefenstahl, Leni --
Robespierre, Maximilien François Marie Isidore de --
Rousseau, Jean Jacques --
Sade, Donatien Alphonse François, Comte de --
Saint-Just, Louis Antoine Léon de --
Saint-Simon, Claude Henri de Rouvroy, Comte de --
Salazar, António de Oliveira --
Sand, George --
Sartre, Jean-Paul --
Schmoller, Gustav Friedrich von --
Schopenhauer, Arthur --
Shakespeare, William --
Shaw, George Bernard --
Sieyès, Emmanuel Joseph --
Simmel, Georg --
Smith, Adam --
Spencer, Herbert --
Stalin, Joseph --
Stanley, Sir Henry Morton --
Stead, William Thomas --
Stolypin, Piotr Arkadevich --
Stopes, Marie --
Taine, Hippolyte Adolphe --
Talleyrand, Charles Maurice de, duc de Talleyr-and-Périgord --
Tawney, Richard Henry --
Teresa of Avila --
Thiers, Louis Adolphe --
Thomas, Keith --
Thompson, E.P. --
Tocqueville, Alexis Charles Henri Maurice Clérel de --
Tolstoy, Leo --
Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de --
Treitschke, Heinrich von --
Trevelyan, George Macaulay --
Troeltsch, Ernst --
Trotsky, Leon --
Turgot, Anne Robert Jacques, Baron de l'Aulne --
Vasari, Giorgio --
Victoria --
Virchow, Rudolf Ludwig Carl --
Voltaire --
Wagner, Richard --
Webb, Beatrice Potter --
Webb, Sidney James, Baron Passfield --
Weber, Max --
Wedgwood, Josiah --
Wesley, John --
Wilberforce, William --
Wilde, Oscar Fingall O'Flahertie Wills --
William II --
Wolff, Baron Christian von --
Wollstonecraft, Mary --
Woolf, Virginia Stephen --
Wundt, Wilhelm Max --
Zetkin, Clara --
Zola, Émile --
Zwingli, Huldreich. v. 1. Methods and theoretical approaches --
The periods of social history --
Regions, nations, and peoples --
Europe and the world --
v. 2. Processes of social change --
Population and geography --
Cities and urbanization --
Rural life --
State and society --
v. 3. Social structure --
Social protest --
Deviance, crime, and social control --
Social problems and social reform --
v. 4. Gender --
The family and age groups --
Sexuality --
Body and mind --
Work --
v. 5. Culture and popular culture --
Modern recreation and leisure --
Religion --
Education and literacy --
Everyday life --
v. 6. Biographies --
Contributors --
Index.
Series Title: Gale virtual reference library
Other Titles: European social history
Responsibility: Peter N. Stearns, editor in chief.

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"Covering the period from the beginning of the Renaissance to the present, this encyclopedia consists of 209 signed articles and nearly 300 biographical entries. The set is thoroughly indexed, amply illustrated, and a joy to read. Graduate students will find it useful as an introduction to historiography while advanced high school students will enjoy the articles on historical topics."--"Outstanding Reference Sources," American Libraries, May 2001.

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   schema:description "Vol. 1. The Generations of Social History -- The Sources of Social History -- The Annales Paradigm -- Marxism and Radical History -- Interdisciplinary Contacts and Influences -- Cliometrics and Quantification -- Cultural History and New Cultural History -- Gender Theory -- Microhistory -- Comparative European Social History -- The Periods of Social History -- Periodization in Social History -- The Medieval Heritage -- The Renaissance -- The Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Reformation -- The Early Modern Period -- The Enlightenment -- The French Revolution and the Empire -- The Nineteenth Century -- The World Wars and the Depression -- Since World War II -- Regions, Nations, and Peoples -- Principles of Regionalism -- Britain -- Ireland -- France -- The Low Countries -- The Iberian Peninsula -- Italy -- Central Europe -- The Nordic Countries -- The Baltic Nations -- East Central Europe -- Russia and the East Slavs -- The Balkans -- The Jews and Anti-Semitism -- Roma: The Gypsies -- Europe and the World -- The World Economy and Colonial Expansion -- Explorers, Missionaries, Traders -- Emigration and Colonies -- Imperialism and Domestic Society -- Imperialism and Gender -- America, Americanization, and Anti-Americanism -- Immigrants -- Racism. -- -- 5050 Modernization -- Technology -- Capitalism and Commercialization -- Protoindustrialization -- The Industrial Revolutions -- War and Conquest -- Science and the Scientific Revolution -- Secularization -- Communications, the Media, and Propaganda -- Population and Geography -- The Environment -- Migration -- The Population of Europe: Early Modern Demographic Patterns -- The Population of Europe: The Demographic Transition and After -- The European Marriage Pattern -- Birth, Contraception, and Abortion -- The Life Cycle -- Health and Disease -- Death -- Cities and Urbanization -- Urbanization -- The City: The Early Modern Period -- The City: The Modern Period -- The Urban Infrastructure -- Shops and Stores -- Urban Institutions and Politics: The Early Modern Period -- Urban Institutions and Politics: The Modern Period -- Street Life and City Space -- Suburbs and New Towns -- Rural Life -- Agriculture -- Land Tenure -- Serfdom: Western Europe -- Serfdom: Eastern Europe -- Peasant and Farming Villages -- Collectivization -- Estates and Country Houses -- Fairs and Markets -- State and Society -- Absolutism -- The Liberal State -- Democracy -- The Welfare State -- Civil Society -- Nationalism -- Fascism and Nazism -- Communism -- Bureaucracy -- Military Service. -- -- 5050 Vol. 3. Social Class -- Social Mobility -- The Aristocracy and Gentry -- The Middle Classes -- Professionals and Professionalization -- Students -- Artists -- The Military -- Artisans -- The Petty Bourgeoisie -- Working Classes -- Servants -- Peasants and Rural Laborers -- Slaves -- Marginal People -- Social Protest -- Collective Action -- Moral Economy and Luddism -- Urban Crowds -- Revolutions -- Labor History: Strikes and Unions -- Socialism -- Gender and Popular Protest -- New Social Movements -- Student Movements -- Modern Protest Politics -- Deviance, Crime, and Social Control -- Crime -- Prostitution -- Witchcraft -- Banditry -- Juvenile Delinquency and Hooliganism -- Police -- Punishment -- Madness and Asylums -- Social Problems and Social Reform -- Charity and Poor Relief: The Early Modern Period -- Charity and Poor Relief: The Modern Period -- Social Welfare and Insurance -- Alcohol and Temperance -- Orphans and Foundlings -- Developmental and Physical Disabilities: The "Blind," "Deaf and Dumb," and "Idiot" -- Public Health. -- 5050 Vol. 4. The Development of Gender History -- Patriarchy -- Women and Femininity -- Men and Masculinity -- Feminisms -- Gender and Work -- Gender and Education -- The Family and Age Groups -- History of the Family -- Kinship -- The Household -- Inheritance -- The Family and the State -- Courtship, Marriage, and Divorce -- Motherhood -- Child Rearing and Childhood -- Youth and Adolescence -- Widows and Widowers -- The Elderly -- Generations and Generational Conflict -- Sexuality -- Sexual Behavior and Sexual Morality -- Illegitimacy and Concubinage -- Puberty -- Masturbation -- Pornography -- Sex, Law, and the State -- Homosexuality and Lesbianism -- Body and Mind -- The Body and its Representations -- Cleanliness -- The Senses -- Gestures -- Manners -- The Emotions -- Anthropometry -- Medical Practitioners and Medicine -- Childbirth, Midwives, Wetnursing -- Psychiatry and Psychology -- Work -- Work and the Work Ethic -- Preindustrial Manufacturing -- Factory Work -- Middle-Class Work -- Work Time -- Child Labor. -- 5050 Vol. 5. Popular Culture -- High Culture -- Magic -- Festivals -- The Reformation of Popular Culture -- Language -- Consumerism -- Drinking and Drugs -- Honor and Shame -- Memory and the Invention of Traditions -- Humor -- Music and Dance -- Modern Recreation and Leisure -- Policing Leisure -- Sports -- Holidays and Public Rituals -- Consumer Leisure -- Vacations -- Travel and Tourism -- Religion -- Belief and Popular Religion -- Church and Society -- Judaism -- Catholicism -- Protestantism -- Eastern Orthodoxy -- Education and Literacy -- Schools and Schooling -- Higher Education -- Teachers -- Printing and Publishing -- Literacy -- Reading -- Journalism -- Everyday Life -- Material Culture -- Standards of Living -- Housing -- Domestic Interiors -- Clothing and Fashion -- Food and Diet -- Animals and Pets -- Toys and Games. -- 5050 Vol. 6. Biographies -- Adorno, Theodor -- Alberti, Leon Battista -- Alembert, Jean Le Rond d' -- Alexander II -- Aretino, Pietro -- Ariès, Philippe -- Arkwright, Richard -- Arnold, Thomas -- Atatürk, Ghazi Mustapha Kemal -- Bacon, Francis -- Baden-Powell, Robert -- Bakhtin, Mikhail Mikhailovich -- Bakunin, Mikhail Aleksandrovich -- Barthes, Roland -- Beauvoir, Simone de -- Behn, Aphra -- Benjamin, Walter -- Bentham, Jeremy -- Bernstein, Eduard -- Binet, Alfred -- Bismarck, Otto von -- Blanc, Louis -- Bloch, Marc -- Bloomer, Amelia -- Bodin, Jean -- Borromeo, St. Charles -- Broca, Pierre Paul -- Bruno, Giordano -- Braudel, Fernand -- Bunyan, John -- Burckhardt, Jacob -- Burke, Edmund -- Byron, George Gordon, Known as Lord Byron -- Calvin, John -- Carlyle, Thomas -- Castiglione, Baldassare -- Catherine II -- Cavendish, Margaret -- Cavour, Camillo Benso, Conte di -- Chamberlain, Houston Stewart -- Chamberlain, Joseph -- Chaplin, Charles -- Charles I -- Chmielnicki, Bogdan -- Cobb, Richard -- Cohn-Bendit, Daniel -- Colbert, Jean Baptiste -- Cole, George Douglas Howard -- Columbus, Christopher -- Comte, Auguste -- Condorcet, Marquis de -- Copernicus, Nicolaus -- Cortés, Hernán -- Cousin, Victor -- Cromwell, Oliver -- Danton, Georges Jacques -- Darwin, Charles Robert -- David, Jacques Louis -- Dee, John -- Defoe, Daniel -- Derrida, Jacques -- Descartes, René -- Dickens, Charles -- Diderot, Denis -- Disney, Walt -- Douglas, Mary -- Dreyfus, Alfred -- Dubcek, Alexander -- Duby, Georges -- Durkheim, Émile -- Eichmann, Adolf -- Elias, Norbert -- Elizabeth I -- Engels, Friedrich -- Erasmus, Desiderius -- Evans-Pritchard, Sir Edward -- Fénelon, François de Salignac de la Mothe -- Ferry, Jules François Camille -- Fichte, Johann Gottlieb -- Filmer, Sir Robert -- Foucault, Michel -- Fox, George -- France, Anatole -- Franco, Francisco -- Frederick II, Known as Frederick the Great -- Freud, Sigmund -- Froebel, Friedrich Wilhelm August -- Fry, Elizabeth -- Galileo Galilei -- Galton, Sir Francis -- Gama, Vasco da -- Gaulle, Charles André Joseph Marie de -- Garbo, Greta -- Geertz, Clifford -- Goebbels, Joseph Paul -- Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von -- Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeevich -- Gouges, Olympe de -- Goya y Lucientes, Francisco de Paula José de -- Gramsci, Antonio -- Grimm, Jakob Karl -- Guizot, François Pierre Guillaume -- Gutenberg, Johann."@en ;
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