What is one of the greatest catastrophes in human history IN THE 1338 AND1339?
The black death is one of the greatest catastrophes in human history in 1338 and 1339
Pardon me? 'History of man' as 'written history' or 'anthropological history?' 'History of human wisdom' as 'history of philosophy' or as some other form of preserving our ideas (The Vedas or Hammurabi's Code)? 'No less than' as 'completely contained within an understanding of' or as 'equivalent to.' Sorry to be pedantic, but human language is often so deliciously unclear!
In The Perils of Indifference what evidence does Wiesel give that the United States has been successful in ending human suffering?
Under what conditions might the per capita birth and death rates not be enough to accurately predict future human population size?
W. F. Bynum has written: 'THE ANATOMY OF MADNESS' 'Science and the practice of medicine in the nineteenth century' -- subject(s): History, History of Medicine, History, 19th Century, Medicine 'A cultural history of the human body' -- subject(s): Social aspects, Human Body, Human body, Human body in popular culture 'A short history of the Physiological Society, 1926-1976' -- subject(s): History, Physiological Society (Great Britain), Physiology