Paul Feyerabend b. Paul Karl Feyerabend was born into a middle-class Viennese family in Times were hard in Vienna in the nineteen-twenties: in the aftermath of the First World War there were famines, hunger riots, and runaway inflation. Occasional visits to the cinema and numerous stories, especially stories with a magical aura, seem to have taken the place usually filled by childhood friends. He was a sickly child, but ran away from home once, when he was five years old p.
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Xinjiang historically consisted of two main geographically, historically, and ethnically distinct regions with different historical names: Dzungaria north of the Tianshan Mountains ; and the Tarim Basin south of the Tianshan Mountains, currently mainly inhabited by the Uyghurs. The first inhabitants came from the west. In the second century BCE the region became part of the Xiongnu empire , a confederation of nomads centered on present-day Mongolia. From the 2nd to the 5th century local rulers controlled the region. In the 6th century, the First Turkic Khaganate was established.
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An alternative popular, and false, etymology of Mayab is "ma ya'ab" or "not many," "the few" which derives from new age spiritualist interpretations of the Maya. The name "Mayab" as the name of the language, however, seems to be uniquely used in the town of Hocaba, as indicated by the Hocaba dictionary  and is not used elsewhere in the region or in Mexico, by either Spanish or Maya speakers; this is not the recognized name of the language, but is rather a "nickname" used in some communities such as Hocaba; this is derived from the common nickname for the region, the Mayab "Mayab, the land of pheasant and deer" , the use of which emerges in the colonial period. This use may derive the title of a self-published book by a Yucatec scholar, Santiago Pacheco Cruz Maya The meaning and origins of "Maya" as the name of the language versus Mayab and as the ethnic identity ethnonym is a complex question see etymology and social history of the word as ethnic identity and name of the language in Restall  and Restall and Gabbert Thus the use of the term Yucatec Maya to refer to the language is scholarly or scientific nomenclature.