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- A Divinity of the sea, the herder of the sea's "flocks" (seals and suchlike). Imaged as an grumpy old man, he was a wisdom-master, and knows all things, past, present, and future. He will not divulge his knowledge unless, catching him unawares, one...
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Herder is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Herder books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Herder: On the Ethics of Nationalism
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- Herder on Language and Nation
- Martin Votruba, Slovak Studies Program, University of Pittsburgh votruba “at” pitt “ dot” edu http://www.pitt.edu/~votruba.
Suggested News Resources
- China executes man for running over Mongol herder
- BEIJING (AP) — China has executed a truck driver for killing an ethnic Mongol herder in a case that sparked Inner Mongolia's largest demonstrations in 20 years. The official Xinhua News Agency said in a brief report that Li Lindong was executed Aug.
- Reindeer herder finds baby mammoth in Russia Arctic
- MOSCOW (Reuters) - A reindeer herder in Russia's Arctic has stumbled on the pre-historic remains of a baby woolly mammoth poking out of the permafrost, local officials said on Friday.
- Sheriff's office search for E. Idaho sheep herder; 67-year-old last seen a
- AP DUBOIS, Idaho — Authorities are searching for a 67-year-old sheep herder in eastern Idaho who was last seen a week ago. The Clark County Sheriff's Office says Tom Nick was last seen on Sunday.
- Meet John Herder, Pie-Eating Patriarch
- John Herder has gained a reputation of being a fierce pie-eating competitor. Frankfort Historical Preservation Society Sports family dynasties are an American tradition: The Mannings. The Ripkens.
- Cataracts will attend Allan Cup
- Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts president Paul Glavine, seen here hoisting the Telegram Herder, hopes to be raising the Allan Cup when the team competes in the national senior hockey championship next spring.
Suggested Web Resources
- Johann Gottfried Herder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Johann Gottfried von Herder (25 August 1744 – 18 December 1803) was a German philosopher, theologian, poet, and literary critic.
- Herder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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- Johann Gottfried von Herder (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
- Sep 27, 2007 Johann Gottfried von Herder (1744-1803) is a philosopher of the first importance.
- Herder - Fordham University
- From the Modern History Sourcebook, an introduction and selected passages out of this 1784 work by Herder.
- CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Herder
- The name of a German firm of publishers and booksellers.
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