Developed World Regions

Some articles on world, developed world regions, regions:

Economy (disambiguation)
... quality of being efficient or frugal in using resources see energy conservation World economy, the economy of the world Virtual economy, an economy simulated in a virtual world Economy (rel ...
Arthur Schopenhauer
21 September 1860) was a German philosopher best known for his book, The World as Will and Representation, in which he claimed that our world is driven by a continually dissatisfied will, continually ... Reason, which examined the four distinct aspects of experience in the phenomenal world consequently, he has been influential in the history of ...
Nine Largest Wars (by Death Toll)
... These are of course the two World Wars, then followed by the Second Sino-Japanese War (which is sometimes considered part of World War II, or overlapping with that war) ... The death toll of World War II, being 60 million plus, surpasses all other war-death-tolls by a factor of two ...
Sex And Psychology - Personality Tests
... Differences in the magnitude of sex differences between more or less developed world regions were due to differences between men not women in these respective regions ... That is, men in highly developed world regions were less neurotic, extraverted, conscientious and agreeable compared to men in less developed world regions ... on the other hand tended not to differ in personality traits across regions ...
Big Five Personality Traits - Selected Scientific Findings - Gender Differences
... Differences in the magnitude of sex differences between more or less developed world regions were due to differences between men not women in these respective ... That is, men in highly developed world regions were less neurotic, extraverted, conscientious and agreeable compared to men in less developed world regions ... Women, on the other hand tended not to differ in personality traits across regions ...

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    Within the regions of the air,
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    Great tracts of land there may be found
    Enriched with fields and fertile ground;
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    In those far distant coasts,
    For other great and glorious ends,
    Inhabit, my yet unknown friends.
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    He was the product of an English public school and university. He was, moreover, a modern product of those seats of athletic exercise. He had little education and highly developed muscles—that is to say, he was no scholar, but essentially a gentleman.
    H. Seton Merriman (1862–1903)

    The sort of morality which the priests inculcate is a very subtle policy, far finer than the politicians’, and the world is very successfully ruled by them as the policemen.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)