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Index Of Philosophy Articles (A–C) - C
... Cardinality Care Care Not Killing Carew Arthur Meredith Cargo cult science Carl Cohen Carl Dahlhaus Carl Elliott (philosopher) Carl Friedrich Gauss Carl Friedrich von Weizsäc ... Studies Centre de recherche et de documentation sur Hegel Centre for Applied Ethics Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE) Centre for History and Philosophy of Science ... Classical theism Classicism Classics Classification of the sciences (Peirce) Classificatory disputes about art Classless society Claude-Arien Helvetius Claude Adrien Helvétius ...
German Apsara Conservation Project - Reliefs of Angkor Wat
... and Conservation of the Fachhochschule Köln (University of Applied Sciences, Cologne) and by local Conservation d’Angkor personnel in collaboration with the APSARA Authority ... A team from Fachhochschule Köln (University of Applied Sciences Cologne) has set itself the goal of reducing the erosion of the Apsaras ... Students of restoration and conservation at the University of Applied Sciences Cologne join the project either to make their diploma thesis on subjects significant ...

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