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Vital Center

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Vital Center: The term The Vital Center was first coined by Harvard historian Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., in his 1949 book of that title.

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Google previewGOVT 2, California Edition (2010)

by Edward Sidlow, Beth Henschen, Larry Gerston, Terry Christensen

One problem with activating the vital center is that voter apathy and low voter turnout are found most commonly among those in the center. The most motivated voters are the "ideologically zealous."5 IDEOLOGY IN THE 2008 ELECTIONS ...

Google previewGOVT3, California Edition (2011)

by Edward Sidlow, Beth Henschen, Larry Gerston, Terry Christensen

One problem with activating the vital center is that voter apathy and low voter turnout are found most commonly among those in the center. The most motivated voters are the “ideologically zealous.”9 IDEOLOGY IN THE 2008 ELECTIONS ...

Google previewThe Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1 (2010)

Revised Full-Color Edition by Merrill C. Tenney

vital center of DAMASCUS. Aretas III in 85 B.C. actually occupied this ancient city and nodal point of the trade routes of the FERTILE CRESCENT. It is interesting to note thus early in history a military goal of Nabatean expansion (it appears ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Ancient World (2013)

by Shona Grimbly

Chavin de Huantar became a vital center for trade, which helped to make the village powerful. It was located at a river crossing between the Huachesa and Mosna rivers along an important set of trade routes through the steep and rough ...

Google previewEncyclopedic Dictionary of Cults, Sects, and World Religions (2010)

Revised and Updated Edition by Larry A. Nichols, George Mather, Alvin J. Schmidt

Kath is described as being the “vital center,” which controls the other two centers (see path and oth). Katha Upanishad (HINDUISM). Important and popular part of the Upanishads. Kaulah (HINDUISM). A sacred cow that is able to grant the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of California (1999)

by Nancy Capace, Somerset Publishers, Incorporated

For many years, Placentia was a vital center for growing, packing and shipping Valencia oranges to all parts of the world. Today, most of the orange trees have been replaced with homes, schools and parks. For the most part, it is a bedroom ...

Google previewThe Grove Encyclopedia of American Art (2011)

by Joan M. Marter

Particularly after World War II, New York became a vital center for modernism where artists congregated to join a dynamic community of artists. The United States has exported painting and sculpture to eager collectors and museums in ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney (1903)

Vital center. Same as center of respiration (which see, under respiration).–Vital Christianity. See Christianity, 1 (c ).

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)

Vital Center. Same as center of respiration (which see, under respiration). — Vital Christianity. See Chris, txantty, 1 (c). — Vital congruityt, the mode of union of body and soul according to the English Platonists Vital contractility, the power of ...

Google previewBantam Medical Dictionary, Fifth Edition (2009)

by Laurence Urdang

vital center any of the collections of nerve cells in the brain that act as governing centers for different vital body functions ~ such as breathing. heart rate. blood pressure. temperature ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1911)

Vital center. Same as center of respiration (which see, under respiration).–Vital c :#. See Christianity, 1 (c).–Vital £ the mode of union of body and soul according to the hglish Platonists.—Vital contractility, the power of contraction inherent in ...

Google previewTheological Dictionary of the Old Testament (1995)

by G. Johannes Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren

Vital Center. Even the early wisdom of Proverbs knows the central importance of Mr. "Keep your leb with all vigilance; for from it flow the springs of life" (Prov. 4:23; cf. 25: 13). In it is concentrated the vital physical nature of the individual: if one ...

Google previewCentury Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1906)

Including Atlas of the World and Cyclopedia of Names

Vital center. Same as center of respiration (which see, under respiration).-Vital Christianity. See Christianity, 1 (c) .

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