2014 Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Tournament of Champions, Day 2

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2014 Summer Hiatus Challenge -- Tournament of Champions, Day 2

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The 17 players below will make up the TOC field. Thank you to everybody who played, and to the alternates for sticking close by.

Scores from Day 1

cbec 75
Peggles 75
PowerofHoodoo 75
Schliemann 75
TomKBaltimoreBoy 75
SwanShadow 69
OldSchoolChamp 67
billy pilgrim 63
cinemaniax7 63
cutlaaah 63
mujason 63
Woof 52
sherder 48
gobobbygo 40
nlw44 40
mrbungle 38
BoK 34

Day 2 below.
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HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

2: “Un-kosher” last name shared by the father of empiricism and the author of “Moralis Philosophia,” the seventh part of “Opus Maius.”

4: Grammar, logic, rhetoric, astrology, geometry, arithmetic, and music are the seven of these in the medieval Latin tradition.

6: Erasmus wrote that people “can not long tolerate a ruler . . . unless they . . . have the sense to turn a blind eye and sweeten life for themselves with the honey of” this.

8: Zeno, Cleanthes, and Chrysippus were early leaders in this Greek school named for the painted colonnade where they met.

10: This Chinese philosophy is named for the “way” or “path” which is both the source and the motivating force behind everything that exists.

FAMOUS PARISIANS

3: This native of Paris, Maine served six weeks as governor, then four of the six years of his Senate term before becoming Vice President.

6: Cherry Jones of Paris, Tennessee won a Tony Award for playing Sister Aloysius Bauvier in this John Patrick Shankey play that debuted on Broadway in March, 2005.

9: When John -- a native of Paris, Texas -- died of a heart attack in 1999, this son took over as pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston.

12: Paris, Arkansas native James Bridges directed this 1973 movie based on a John J. Osborn novel about a Harvard law student's relationship with a professor's daughter.

15: This producer discovered Paris, Illinois brothers Carl and Harold Switzer during their visit to his California studio and cast them in the Our Gang series.

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02. Bacon
04. liberal arts
06. CLAM
08. Stoics
10. Taoism

03. Hannibal Hamlin
06. Doubt
09. Joel Osteen
12. The Paper Chase
15. Hal Roach

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HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

2: Bacon

4: Liberal arts

6: (In Praise of) Folly

8: Stoics

10: Taoism



FAMOUS PARISIANS

3: Hannibal (the Pied Piper of) Hamlin

6: Doubt

9: Clam Kadiddlehopper

12: The Paper Chase

15: Hal (La Cucaracha) Roach
 
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2: Bacon
4: liberal arts?
6: folly
8: Stoic
10: Tao

3: Cornelius CLAMM
6: Doubt
9: Joel Osteen
12: The Paper Chase
15: Hal Roach?

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2: Bacon
4: clam
6: clam
8: Stoic
10: Taoism

3: Hamlin
6: Doubt
9: Osteen
12: The Paper Chase
15: Roach

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2 bacon
4 liberal arts
6
8 stoics
10 taoism

3 hamlin
6 doubt
9 joel osteen
12 the paper chase
15 hal roach
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HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

2: Bacon

4: Liberal arts

6: Folly

8: Stoic

10: Taoism

FAMOUS PARISIANS

3: Hannibal Hamlin

6: Doubt

9: Joel Osteen

12: The Paper Chase

15: Roach

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HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

2: Bacon
4: Liberal arts
6: Clam
8: Stoics
10: Tao

FAMOUS PARISIANS

3: Hannibal Hamlin
6: Doubt
9: Joel Osteen
12: The Paper Chase
15: Hal Roach?

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2: bacon
4: academic subjects constituting the trivium and quadrivium
6:
8: stoicism
10: taoism

3: hannibal hamlin
6: doubt
9: warren?
12: the paper chase
15:

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2 - Bacon
4 - liberal arts
6 -
8 - Stoicism/Stoics
10 - Taoism

3 - Hamlin
6 - Doubt
9 - Joel Osteen
12 - The Paper Chase
15 - Hal Roach
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History of Philosophy
2: Bacon
4: Liberal Arts
6:
8: Stoics (Stoicism)
10: Taoism

Famous Parisians
3: Hannibal Hamlin
6: Proof
9:
12: The Paper Chase
15:Hal Roach
Ouch! I knew the Famous Parisians 6 pointer, but had a serious brain freeze. Oh well, lesson learned: proofread before submitting.

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2: bacon, roger if prompted
4: liberal arts
6: clam
8: stoics
10: Taoism

3: hamlin
6: Doubt
9: joel osteen
12: Love Story
15: clam

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HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

2: What is Bacon?

4: What are disciplines?

6: What is CLAM?

8: Who are the Stoics?

10: What is Taoism?

FAMOUS PARISIANS

3: Who is Hannibal Hamlin?

6: What is Doubt?

9: Who is Joel Osteen?

12: What is The Paper Chase?

15: Who is Hal Roach?
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DadofTwins wrote:HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY
Spoiler
2: “Un-kosher” last name shared by the father of empiricism and the author of “Moralis Philosophia,” the seventh part of “Opus Maius.” What is Bacon?

4: Grammar, logic, rhetoric, astrology, geometry, arithmetic, and music are the seven of these in the medieval Latin tradition. What are the liberal arts?

6: Erasmus wrote that people “can not long tolerate a ruler . . . unless they . . . have the sense to turn a blind eye and sweeten life for themselves with the honey of” this. What is religion?

8: Zeno, Cleanthes, and Chrysippus were early leaders in this Greek school named for the painted colonnade where they met. What is Stoicism?

10: This Chinese philosophy is named for the “way” or “path” which is both the source and the motivating force behind everything that exists. What is Tao?
FAMOUS PARISIANS
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3: This native of Paris, Maine served six weeks as governor, then four of the six years of his Senate term before becoming Vice President. Who was Hannibal Hamlin?

6: Cherry Jones of Paris, Tennessee won a Tony Award for playing Sister Aloysius Bauvier in this John Patrick Shankey play that debuted on Broadway in March, 2005. What is Doubt?

9: When John -- a native of Paris, Texas -- died of a heart attack in 1999, this son took over as pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston. Who is Joel Osteen?

12: Paris, Arkansas native James Bridges directed this 1973 movie based on a John J. Osborn novel about a Harvard law student's relationship with a professor's daughter. What is The Paper Chase?

15: This producer discovered Paris, Illinois brothers Carl and Harold Switzer during their visit to his California studio and cast them in the Our Gang series. Who was Hal Roach?
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HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

2: clam
4: arts
6: folly
8: Stoic
10: Taoism

FAMOUS PARISIANS

3: Hannibal Hamlin
6: Doubt
9: Joel Osteen
12: clam
15: Roach?
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2: Bacon
4: The liberal arts
6: Folly
8: Stoicism
10: Taoism

3: Hamlin
6: Doubt
9: CLAM
12: CLAM
15: CLAM

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HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

2: Bacon

4: arts

6: folly

8: Stoics

10: Taoism

FAMOUS PARISIANS

3: Hamlin

6: CLAM

9: Osteen

12: The Paper Chase

15: Hal Roach?

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Spoiler
2: Bacon
4: liberal arts
6: CLAM
8: CLAM
10: Tao

3: Hamlin
6: Doubt
9: Joel Osteen
12: The Paper Chase
15: Hal Roach

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