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The Greatest Show on Earth: The Evidence for Evolution Ebook Summary Download


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Undeniable: Evolution and the Science of Creation Ebook Summary Download


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No god but God: The Origins, Evolution and Future of Islam Ebook Summary Download


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Angel Evolution (The Evolution Trilogy, #1) Ebook Summary Download


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Origins: Fourteen Billion Years of Cosmic Evolution Ebook Summary Download


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Author : Neil deGrasse Tyson
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The Great Awakening and Southern Backcountry Revolutionaries


Title : The Great Awakening and Southern Backcountry Revolutionaries
Author : Richard J. Chacon,Michael Charles Scoggins
Publisher: Springer
Total pages: 117 pages
ISBN: 3319045970

This work documents the impact that the Great Awakening had on the inhabitants of colonial America’s Southern Backcountry. Special emphasis is placed on how this religious revival furrowed the ground on which the seeds of the American Revolution would sprout. The investigation shows how the Great Awakening can be traced to the Europe’s Age of Enlightenment. This effort also demonstrates how and why this revival spread so rapidly throughout the colonies. Special focus is placed on how the Great Awakening impacted the mindset of colonists of the Southern Backcountry. Most significantly, this research demonstrates how this 18thcentury revival not only cultivated a sense of American national identity, but how it also fostered a colonial mindset against established authority which, in turn, facilitated the success of the American Revolution. Additionally, this investigation will document (from a cross-cultural perspective) how religious revivals have fueled other revolutionary movements around the world. Such analysis will include the Celtic Druid Revolt, the Maji-Maji Rebellion of East Africa along with the Mad Man’s War in Southeast Asia. Lastly, the ethical ramifications of minimizing (or denying) the role that religion played in political and social transformations around the world will be addressed. This final point is of paramount importance given current trend in academia to minimize the role that religion played in spurring revolutions while emphasizing material (i.e. economic) causal factors. This attempt at divorcing religion from history is misguided and unethical because it is not only misleading but it also fails to fully acknowledge the beliefs and values that motivated individuals to take certain actions in the first place.


Abductions in the American Revolution


Title : Abductions in the American Revolution
Author : Christian McBurney
Publisher: McFarland
Total pages: 232 pages
ISBN: 1476624291

The tactic of kidnapping enemy leaders, used in the recent wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, dates to the American Revolution. George Washington called such efforts "honorable" and supported attempts to kidnap the British commander-in-chief (twice), Benedict Arnold (after he turned traitor) and a future king of Great Britain. Washington in turn was targeted at his Morristown winter headquarters by British dragoons who crossed the frozen Hudson River. New Jersey Governor William Livingston went to considerable lengths to avoid being abducted by the Loyalist raider James Moody. Sometimes these operations succeeded, as with the spectacular captures of Major General Charles Lee, Major General Richard Prescott and North Carolina Governor Thomas Burke. The abducted, such as Declaration of Independence signatory Richard Stockton and Delaware's Governor John McKinly, faced risks to their reputations. The kidnapper risked all--if caught, he could be hanged. This book covers attempted and successful abductions of military and civilian leaders from 1775 to 1783.


The Politics of Liberty in England and Revolutionary America


Title : The Politics of Liberty in England and Revolutionary America
Author : Lee Ward
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Total pages: 459 pages
ISBN: 9780521827454

This study locates the philosophical origins of the Anglo-American political and constitutional tradition in the philosophical, theological, and political controversies in seventeenth-century England. By examining the quarrel it identifies the source of modern liberal, republican and conservative ideas about natural rights and government in the seminal works of the Exclusion Whigs Locke, Sidney, and Tyrrell and their philosophical forebears Hobbes, Grotius, Spinoza, and Pufendorf. This study illuminates how these first Whigs and their diverse eighteenth-century intellectual heirs such as Bolingbroke, Montesquieu, Hume, Blackstone, Otis, Jefferson, Burke, and Paine contributed to the formation of Anglo-American political and constitutional theory in the crucial period from the Glorious Revolution through to the American Revolution and the creation of a distinctly American understanding of rights and government in the first state constitutions.


Evolution and Victorian Musical Culture


Title : Evolution and Victorian Musical Culture
Author : Bennett Zon
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Total pages: 370 pages
ISBN: 1107020441

Explores the musical background to Darwinism and the development of the relationship between science and the arts in Victorian Britain.


The Running Revolution


Title : The Running Revolution
Author : Nicholas Romanov,Kurt Brungardt
Publisher: Penguin
Total pages: 240 pages
ISBN: 110160560X

From a two-time Olympic coach and creator of the Pose Method who has trained the running elite, an essential guide for all runners seeking to go faster and farther without injury Christopher McDougall’s Born to Run—and the wildly popular natural running trend it sparked—changed the way we think about running, but it has also prompted many questions: Have we been running the wrong way? And, have we been running in the wrong kind of shoe? What is the safest type of foot strike? How many types are there? And what is a foot strike anyway? No existing guide has clearly addressed these concerns—until now. The Running Revolution provides both beginning and experienced runners with everything they need to know in order to safely and efficiently transition to and master a safer and more biomechanically efficient way of running that is guaranteed to improve performance and minimize wear and tear on the body. More than a one-size-fits-all guide, The Running Revolution provides readers with clear instructions, complete with helpful illustrations, that they can easily integrate into their unique running histories in order to run safely, intelligently, and efficiently for many years to come. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Evolution of Early Earth's Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, and Biosphere


Title : Evolution of Early Earth's Atmosphere, Hydrosphere, and Biosphere
Author : Stephen E. Kesler,Hiroshi Ohmoto
Publisher: Geological Society of America
Total pages: 337 pages
ISBN: 0813711983

"The history of Earth's early atmosphere, hydrosphere, and biosphere, from Hadean through Proterozoic time, is one of geology's enduring puzzles. Ore deposits provide important insights into this history because they contain elements and minerals that are highly sensitive to the geochemical environment in which they form. Just what these minerals tell us remains a matter of considerable debate, however. When and how did life develop, an oxygen-rich atmosphere form, and sulfate dominate the ocean? This volume contains reports on these questions from both sides of the aisle for iron and manganese formations, uranium paleoplacers and hydrothermal deposits, and exhalative sulfides and oxides."--Publisher's website.


Grace Revolution? or the Man of Lawlessness Revealed?


Title : Grace Revolution? or the Man of Lawlessness Revealed?
Author : Robert B. Scott
Publisher: WestBow Press
Total pages: 250 pages
ISBN: 1512740470

The grace revolution is a rebellion against God, opening the Christian world to accepting a man of lawlessness and to fighting Jesus at His coming. Televangelists have convinced a majority of the Christian world to tell God that His definition of grace is all wrong, that grace means His law of love is done away. They are calling the Father and Jesus liars and telling God they know better, saying we can believe Paul’s words, but not Jesus’ words. As this most important book by a pastor and author who faced the false grace heresy a half-century ago and has studied it thoroughly over the years appears, the anti-law, end-time falling away has begun, becoming the norm for the Christian world. Few understand the danger: it opens the door for the appearance of the man of lawlessness whom Jesus will destroy at His coming. You can be one of the few who escape this great last days’ falling away. This book is the first to lay bare the weakness of all the arguments of this end-time apostasy. It reveals the true biblical grace, principally the empowerment to keep God’s law of love as well as opening the door to reap its abundant blessings. You don’t have to fall for this heresy, condemned by Jesus (Mat. 5:17-20).


The Perfect Revolution


Title : The Perfect Revolution
Author : The Very Revd. Stuart W. Lambert
Publisher: LULU
Total pages: 524 pages
ISBN: 1483406636

In The Perfect Revolution, author Stuart W. Lambert examines, from an ethical perspective, what has been previously understood as human development and addresses the corruption of the moral good in that realm. Building on Lambert's master's thesis, this study demonstrates how the prevailing immoral human development policies and practices-under the sway of globally entrenched Friedmanite/Reaganite Revolutionary Capitalist philosophy-exponentially multiplies structural inequality and represents a choice for death. Lambert outlines the next generation UNDP-MDG program predicated on needs-based rights and points the way forward to the flowering of human development flowing from adopting an ethically centered approach, together with a broader social justice methodology. The Perfect Revolution communicates that the worlds of theology, philosophy, and academia must always be in the service of practical, moral living.


Chicano, the Evolution of a People


Title : Chicano, the Evolution of a People
Author : Renato Rosaldo,Robert A. Calvert,Gustav L. Seligmann
Publisher: Krieger Publishing Company
Total pages: 416 pages
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Genetic and Cultural Evolution of Cooperation


Title : Genetic and Cultural Evolution of Cooperation
Author : Peter Hammerstein
Publisher: MIT Press
Total pages: 485 pages
ISBN: 9780262083263

The latest interdisciplinary research on the evolutionary models of cooperation.


Human Social Evolution


Title : Human Social Evolution
Author : Kyle Summers,Bernard Crespi
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Total pages: 496 pages
ISBN: 0199339635

Richard D. Alexander is an accomplished entomologist who turned his attention to solving some of the most perplexing problems associated with the evolution of human social systems. Using impeccable Darwinian logic and elaborating, extending and adding to the classic theoretical contributions of pioneers of behavioral and evolutionary ecology like George Williams, William Hamilton and Robert Trivers, Alexander developed the most detailed and comprehensive vision of human social evolution of his era. His ideas and hypotheses have inspired countless biologists, anthropologists, psychologists and other social scientists to explore the evolution of human social behavior in ever greater detail, and many of his seminal ideas have stood the test of time and come to be pillars of our understanding of human social evolution. This volume presents classic papers or chapters by Dr. Alexander, each focused on an important theme from his work. Introductions by Dr. Alexander's former students and colleagues highlight the importance of his work to the field, describe more recent work on the topic, and discuss current issues of contention and interest.


Unipolarity and the Evolution of America's Cold War Alliances


Title : Unipolarity and the Evolution of America's Cold War Alliances
Author : Nigel Thalakada
Publisher: Springer
Total pages: 198 pages
ISBN: 1137010967

Thalakada argues that the principal purpose of US alliances have shifted since the end of the Cold War from containing communist expansionism (balance of power) to preserving and exercising US power (management of power).He also looks across all US alliances highlighting the trend from regionally-based to more globally-active alliances.


Revolution Against Empire


Title : Revolution Against Empire
Author : Justin du Rivage
Publisher: Yale University Press
Total pages: 352 pages
ISBN: 0300227655

A bold transatlantic history of American independence revealing that 1776 was about far more than taxation without representation Revolution Against Empire sets the story of American independence within a long and fierce clash over the political and economic future of the British Empire. Justin du Rivage traces this decades-long debate, which pitted neighbors and countrymen against one another, from the War of Austrian Succession to the end of the American Revolution. As people from Boston to Bengal grappled with the growing burdens of imperial rivalry and fantastically expensive warfare, some argued that austerity and new colonial revenue were urgently needed to rescue Britain from unsustainable taxes and debts. Others insisted that Britain ought to treat its colonies as relative equals and promote their prosperity. Drawing from archival research in the United States, Britain, and France, this book shows how disputes over taxation, public debt, and inequality sparked the American Revolution—and reshaped the British Empire.


Revolutionary Conceptions


Title : Revolutionary Conceptions
Author : Susan E. Klepp
Publisher: UNC Press Books
Total pages: 328 pages
ISBN: 0807838713

In the Age of Revolution, how did American women conceive their lives and marital obligations? By examining the attitudes and behaviors surrounding the contentious issues of family, contraception, abortion, sexuality, beauty, and identity, Susan E. Klepp demonstrates that many women--rural and urban, free and enslaved--began to radically redefine motherhood. They asserted, or attempted to assert, control over their bodies, their marriages, and their daughters' opportunities. Late-eighteenth-century American women were among the first in the world to disavow the continual childbearing and large families that had long been considered ideal. Liberty, equality, and heartfelt religion led to new conceptions of virtuous, rational womanhood and responsible parenthood. These changes can be seen in falling birthrates, in advice to friends and kin, in portraits, and in a gradual, even reluctant, shift in men's opinions. Revolutionary-era women redefined femininity, fertility, family, and their futures by limiting births. Women might not have won the vote in the new Republic, they might not have gained formal rights in other spheres, but, Klepp argues, there was a women's revolution nonetheless.


Narrative Responses to the Trauma of the French Revolution


Title : Narrative Responses to the Trauma of the French Revolution
Author : Katherine Astbury
Publisher: Routledge
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 1351556622

During the French Revolution, traditional literary forms such as the sentimental novel and the moral tale dominate literary production. At first glance, it might seem that these texts are unaffected by the upheavals in France; in fact they reveal not only a surprising engagement with politics but also an internalised emotional response to the turbulence of the period. In this innovative and wide-ranging study, Katherine Astbury uses trauma theory as a way of exploring the apparent contradiction between the proliferation of non-political literary texts and the events of the Revolution. Through the narratives of established bestselling literary figures of the Ancien Regime (primarily Marmontel, Madame de Genlis and Florian), and the early works of first generation Romantics Madame de Stael and Chateaubriand, she traces how the Revolution shapes their writing, providing an intriguing new angle on cultural production of the 1790s.Katherine Astbury is Senior Lecturer in French Studies at the University of Warwick.


Network Topology in Command and Control: Organization, Operation, and Evolution


Title : Network Topology in Command and Control: Organization, Operation, and Evolution
Author : Grant, T. J.
Publisher: IGI Global
Total pages: 320 pages
ISBN: 1466660597

Over the past decade, the Command and Control (C2) field has been making a transformation from top-down, directive command to Network Centric Operations (NCO), peer-to-peer negation, self-synchronization, and agility. As the terms NCO and NEC suggest, C2 systems are regarded as networks, rather than a hierarchy. Accordingly, it is appropriate to view the C2 process and C2 systems through the lens of network theory. Network Topology in Command and Control: Organization, Operation, and Evolution aims to connect the fields of C2 and network science. Featuring timely research on topics pertaining to the C2 network evolution, security, and modeling, this publication is ideal for reference use by students, academicians, and security professionals in the fields of C2 and network science.


Evolution and the Genetics of Populations, Volume 2


Title : Evolution and the Genetics of Populations, Volume 2
Author : Sewall Wright
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Total pages: 519 pages
ISBN: 9780226910390

"Wright's views about population genetics and evolution are so fundamental and so comprehensive that every serious student must examine these books firsthand. . . . Publication of this treatise is a major event in evolutionary biology."-Daniel L. Hartl, BioScience


Evolution and the Genetics of Populations, Volume 3


Title : Evolution and the Genetics of Populations, Volume 3
Author : Sewall Wright
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Total pages: 619 pages
ISBN: 9780226910406

"Wright's views about population genetics and evolution are so fundamental and so comprehensive that every serious student must examine these books firsthand. . . . Publication of this treatise is a major event in evolutionary biology."-Daniel L. Hartl, BioScience


Evolution and the Genetics of Populations, Volume 1


Title : Evolution and the Genetics of Populations, Volume 1
Author : Sewall Wright
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Total pages: 480 pages
ISBN: 9780226910383

"Wright's views about population genetics and evolution are so fundamental and so comprehensive that every serious student must examine these books firsthand. . . . Publication of this treatise is a major event in evolutionary biology."-Daniel L. Hartl, BioScience


Evolution and the Genetics of Populations: Variability within and among natural populations


Title : Evolution and the Genetics of Populations: Variability within and among natural populations
Author : Sewall Wright
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: