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used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

4 uses
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something handed down from the past
in various senses, including:
  • traditions — as in "Americans inherit a heritage of freedom"
  • cultural practices — as in "Hospitality to strangers is part of Arabic cultural heritage."
  • physical items built and/or protected from long ago — as in "The cathedral is a World Heritage site," or "The national parks are part of our heritage as Americans."
  • But history keeps happening, and it seems no harm and maybe some positive good to add to our historical heritage with some talk in this area of discourse.
    Part 1 (88% in)
  • It is that great heritage of rational thought that has been brought down to us through the centuries and which does not exist at any specific location.
    Part 2 (61% in)
  • It's just that, as usual, we're trained not to see it by our heritage.
    Part 3 (95% in)
  • The work of Aquinas and of the Greeks, as interpreted by Aquinas, was to Adler the capstone of the Western intellectual heritage.
    Part 4 (16% in)

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