The Wine-Dark Sea

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Her debut collection Biology of Mothering will be published by Salmon Poetry in Spring 2018. In that year the main BBC public service broadcasting channels accounted for an estimated 28.4% of all television viewing; the three main independent channels accounted for 29.5% and the increasingly important other satellite and digital channels for the remaining 42.1%. [531] Sales of newspapers have fallen since the 1970s and in 2010 41% of people reported reading a daily national newspaper. [532] In 2010, 82.5% of the UK population were Internet users, the highest proportion amongst the 20 countries with the largest total number of users in that year. [533] The United Kingdom is famous for the tradition of 'British Empiricism', a branch of the philosophy of knowledge that states that only knowledge verified by experience is valid, and 'Scottish Philosophy', sometimes referred to as the ' Scottish School of Common Sense '. [534] The most famous philosophers of British Empiricism are John Locke, George Berkeley and David Hume; while Dugald Stewart, Thomas Reid and William Hamilton were major exponents of the Scottish "common sense" school.

Pages: 261

Publisher: W. W. Norton; 1st edition (November 17, 1993)

ISBN: 0393035581

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