English as a Lingua Franca: A Case of Japanese Courses in Australia
This chapter is the first of two that examine children in an intellectual and ideological context, beginning with European and Asian philosophy in antiquity. It then moves on from Antiquity to early Christianity, looking at Augustine and other western philosophers and theologians such as Aquinas and some of the foundations of modern thought. This is followed by the rise of Islam and the influence of Ibrahimic philosophy and theology as thinkers whose work is still highly influential in the...[Show more]
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