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Release Date : 1-2-2002
Book : English Books
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Release Date : -1-1994
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Who Cares?

Title : Who Cares?
Author : Michele J. Eliason
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
Total pages: 273 pages
ISBN: 9780887376764

The health care professions take pride in the philosophy that all pers ons receive equal treatment. Yet prejudice, fears, and stereotyping ar e so deeply ingrained in our society that discrimination is widespread . Gay, lesbian, and bisexual persons are often harassed, mistreated, o r misunderstood in our health care systems. This book explores how pre judices have become institutionalized, and offers viable solutions for real change. Essential for educators, students, nurses, health care p rofessionals, community activistsall those interested in combating pre judice.

Who's who in America

Title : Who's who in America
Author : N.A
Total pages: 4956 pages
ISBN: 9780837901619

The Man who was Cyrano

Title : The Man who was Cyrano
Author : Sue Lloyd,Susan M. Lloyd
Publisher: Unlimited Publishing LLC
Total pages: 376 pages
ISBN: 9781588320728

This is the first full-length biography of Edmond Rostand in English. It relates the poet's life to his work, showing how Rostand expressed his own character and ideals in his heroes, especially Cyrano. The book throws new light on the origins of Rostand's most famous play, and introduces readers to his other plays, such as Chantecler, thought by many to be his masterpiece. Written for the non-specialist, but with much to offer to specialists too, it portrays Rostand as a sensitive, modest man, who found his sudden fame hard to bear. In spite of periods of depression, however, he continued to write, hoping to continue to inspire the French public with his own idealistic attitude to life through his plays and poetry. Until now, little has been available in English about Edmond Rostand and his work. The author, Sue Lloyd, BA, M.Phil, hopes to inspire non-French speakers with her own enthusiasm for Rostand and his plays. She is best-known for her major new editions of Roget's Thesaurus (Longman, 1982; Penguin, 1984), but has also contributed to various dictionaries, and given talks about words on the BBC World Service. She has also worked in schools in East Africa as a language teache

"Whom Can We Trust Now?"

Title : "Whom Can We Trust Now?"
Author : Brian F. Carso (Jr.)
Publisher: Lexington Books
Total pages: 266 pages
ISBN: 9780739112564

Historian and lawyer Brian F. Carso, Jr., demonstrates that, although treason law was conflicted and awkward, the broader idea of treason gave recognizable shape to abstract ideas of loyalty, betrayal, allegiance, and political obligation in the United States. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, Carso begins by exploring the nature of loyalty and betrayal in a democratic republic, using examples ranging from Socrates in Plato's Crito to the dilemma of Robert E. Lee in 1861 and the trial of Timothy McVeigh in 1997. Turning to legal history, the study considers the historical antecedents of the Treason Clause of the U.S. Constitution and examines the utility of American treason law as it was applied in a variety of cases. By examining editorials, sermons, histories, orations, art, literature, and political cartoons, Carso identifies how the meaning of treason engaged the public imagination in a variety of compelling forms and instructed citizens on loyalty and betrayal outside the courtroom as much as within it.

The Man Who Wasn't There

Title : The Man Who Wasn't There
Author : Anil Ananthaswamy
Publisher: Penguin
Total pages: 336 pages
ISBN: 0698190815

*Nominated for the 2016 PEN/E.O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award* *An NBC News Notable Science Book of 2015* *Named one of Publishers Weekly's Best Books of 2015* *A Book of the Month for Brain HQ/Posit Science* *Selected by Forbes as a Must Read Brain Book of 2015* *On Life Changes Network’s list of the Top 10 Books That Could Change Your Life of 2015* In the tradition of Oliver Sacks, a tour of the latest neuroscience of schizophrenia, autism, Alzheimer’s disease, ecstatic epilepsy, Cotard’s syndrome, out-of-body experiences, and other disorders—revealing the awesome power of the human sense of self from a master of science journalism. Anil Ananthaswamy’s extensive in-depth interviews venture into the lives of individuals who offer perspectives that will change how you think about who you are. These individuals all lost some part of what we think of as our self, but they then offer remarkable, sometimes heart-wrenching insights into what remains. One man cut off his own leg. Another became one with the universe. We are learning about the self at a level of detail that Descartes (“I think therefore I am”) could never have imagined. Recent research into Alzheimer’s illuminates how memory creates your narrative self by using the same part of your brain for your past as for your future. But wait, those afflicted with Cotard’s syndrome think they are already dead; in a way, they believe that “I think therefore I am not.” Who—or what—can say that? Neuroscience has identified specific regions of the brain that, when they misfire, can cause the self to move back and forth between the body and a doppelgänger, or to leave the body entirely. So where in the brain, or mind, or body, is the self actually located? As Ananthaswamy elegantly reports, neuroscientists themselves now see that the elusive sense of self is both everywhere and nowhere in the human brain. From the Hardcover edition.

The Whole Book of Psalms

Title : The Whole Book of Psalms
Author : N.A
Total pages: 128 pages

Who's who in America

Title : Who's who in America
Author : N.A
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 9780837969671

Who's who in the South and Southwest

Title : Who's who in the South and Southwest
Author : N.A
Total pages: N.A pages

Includes names from the States of Alabama, Arkansas, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia, and Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

Who's who in American Law

Title : Who's who in American Law
Author : N.A
Total pages: 981 pages

John Duns Scotus on Parts, Wholes, and Hylomorphism

Title : John Duns Scotus on Parts, Wholes, and Hylomorphism
Author : Thomas M. Ward
Publisher: BRILL
Total pages: 210 pages
ISBN: 9004278974

In John Duns Scotus on Parts, Wholes, and Hylomorphism, Thomas M. Ward analyzes and interprets Scotus's arguments for his distinctive version of hylomorphism as it relates to various issues in the metaphysics of parts and wholes.

Whose Shoes?

Title : Whose Shoes?
Author : Victoria Englehart
Publisher: BalboaPress
Total pages: 34 pages
ISBN: 9781452560571

“For anyone who’s ever heard “until you’ve walked a mile in my shoes ...” this little gem of a book is literally an inspiring celebration of the life paths we walk through the metaphor of shoes. The simplicity of this message will resonate with children and adults alike, and its wonderful illustrations and clever insights is art imitating life at its ?nest. After you read this, walking will never be same. Mindful food for thought and great fun for all ages. I recommend it highly.” —Ernest D. Chu, author of the bestseller, Soul Currency: Investing Your Inner Wealth in Ful?llment and Abundance “With delicate, beautifully crafted illustrations, Whose Shoes? gently delivers a message that every child needs to hear: that the very best thing you can be is truly who you are. A must-read for children growing up in today’s world.” —Carla Golembe artist and illustrator of Annabelle’s Big Move, A Story of Hula, Dog Magic, and Washington DC ABC’s. “A great message for kids about the joys of growing up, trying new things, hearing mixed messages, and being true to themselves.” —John Bigelow, CEO of HumanWorks.

Two-in-one Special Edition of the International Authors and Writers Who's Who, International Who's who in Poetry

Title : Two-in-one Special Edition of the International Authors and Writers Who's Who, International Who's who in Poetry
Author : International Biographical Centre
Total pages: N.A pages

Who Governs?

Title : Who Governs?
Author : James N. Druckman,Lawrence R. Jacobs
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Total pages: 192 pages
ISBN: 022623455X

America’s model of representational government rests on the premise that elected officials respond to the opinions of citizens. This is a myth, however, not a reality, according to James N. Druckman and Lawrence R. Jacobs. In Who Governs?, Druckman and Jacobs combine existing research with novel data from US presidential archives to show that presidents make policy by largely ignoring the views of most citizens in favor of affluent and well-connected political insiders. Presidents treat the public as pliable, priming it to focus on personality traits and often ignoring it on policies that fail to become salient. Melding big debates about democratic theory with existing research on American politics and innovative use of the archives of three modern presidents—Johnson, Nixon, and Reagan—Druckman and Jacobs deploy lively and insightful analysis to show that the conventional model of representative democracy bears little resemblance to the actual practice of American politics. The authors conclude by arguing that polyarchy and the promotion of accelerated citizen mobilization and elite competition can improve democratic responsiveness. An incisive study of American politics and the flaws of representative government, this book will be warmly welcomed by readers interested in US politics, public opinion, democratic theory, and the fecklessness of American leadership and decision-making.

The Greek Testament, with English notes, critical, philological, and exegetical, partly selected and arranged from the best commentators, ancient and modern but chiefly original. The whole being especially adapted to the use of academical students, candid

Title : The Greek Testament, with English notes, critical, philological, and exegetical, partly selected and arranged from the best commentators, ancient and modern but chiefly original. The whole being especially adapted to the use of academical students, candid
Author : N.A
Total pages: N.A pages

Of God who Comes to Mind

Title : Of God who Comes to Mind
Author : Emmanuel Lévinas
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Total pages: 211 pages
ISBN: 9780804730945

The thirteen essays collected in this volume investigate the possibility that the word "God" can be understood now, at the end of the twentieth century, in a meaningful way. Nine of the essays appear in English translation for the first time. Among Levinas's writings, this volume distinguishes itself, both for students of his thought and for a wider audience, by the range of issues it addresses. Levinas not only rehearses the ethical themes that have led him to be regarded as one of the most original thinkers working out of the phenomenological tradition, but he also takes up philosophical questions concerning politics, language, and religion. The volume situates his thought in a broader intellectual context than have his previous works. In these essays, alongside the detailed investigations of Husserl, Heidegger, Rosenzweig, and Buber that characterize all his writings, Levinas also addresses the thought of Kierkegaard, Marx, Bloch, and Derrida. Some essays provide lucid expositions not available elsewhere to key areas of Levinas's thought. "God and Philosophy" is perhaps the single most important text for understanding Levinas and is in many respects the best introduction to his works. "From Consciousness to Wakefulness" illuminates Levinas's relation to Husserl and thus to phenomenology, which is always his starting point, even if he never abides by the limits it imposes. In "The Thinking of Being and the Question of the Other," Levinas not only addresses Derrida's Speech and Phenomenon but also develops an answer to the later Heidegger's account of the history of Being by suggesting another way of reading that history. Among the other topics examined in the essays are the Marxist concept of ideology, death, hermeneutics, the concept of evil, the philosophy of dialogue, the relation of language to the Other, and the acts of communication and mutual understanding.

Who's who in the West

Title : Who's who in the West
Author : N.A
Total pages: N.A pages

Who Owns Whom

Title : Who Owns Whom
Author : N.A
Total pages: N.A pages

I Only Know Who I Am When I Am Somebody Else

Title : I Only Know Who I Am When I Am Somebody Else
Author : Danny Aiello
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total pages: 320 pages
ISBN: 1476751927

Beloved stage and screen actor Danny Aiello’s big-hearted memoir reveals a man of passion, integrity, and guts—and lays bare one of the most unlikely success stories ever told. Danny Aiello admits that he backed into his acting career by mistake. That’s easy to see when you begin at the beginning: raised by his loving and fiercely resilient mother in the tenements of Manhattan and the South Bronx, and forever haunted by the death of his infant brother, Danny struggled early on to define who he was and who he could be. It wasn’t until he took to the stage in the wee hours to belt out standards that Danny Aiello found his voice and his purpose: he was born to act. Performing in converted churches and touring companies led to supporting roles in such films as The Godfather: Part II and Moonstruck, and an Oscar nomination for his role as the embattled Salvatore in Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing. For a guy who had never set foot in an acting class, this was supreme validation for being an outsider who followed his heart. In a raw and real chronicle of his gritty urban past, Danny Aiello looks back with appreciation, amusement, and frank disbelief at his unconventional road to success. He offers candid observations on working with luminary directors Francis Ford Coppola, Woody Allen, and Robert Altman, among others, and a vast roster of actors, including Robert De Niro, Paul Newman, Madonna, Cher, and Lauren Bacall. He opens up about friends he loved, friends he lost, and the professional relationships that weren’t meant to be. Above all, Danny Aiello imparts a life lesson straight out of his own experience to anyone who’s ever felt like an outsider: It’s never too late to become who you want to be, to find happiness and fulfillment, and to embrace the winding road to get there.

Quicklet on Ayn Rand's Philosophy: Who Needs It

Title : Quicklet on Ayn Rand's Philosophy: Who Needs It
Author : Mia Claudia Wood
Publisher: Hyperink Inc
Total pages: 43 pages
ISBN: 1614640769

ABOUT THE BOOK Ayn Rand studied philosophy at university, and devoted much of her life to developing her own philosophy, known as Objectivism. In Rand's view, no one who does not have either an implicit or explicit worldview can adequately deal with life's problems. Hence, the titular essay of her book, Philosophy: Who Needs It? The original essay was delivered as an address to the graduating class of the United States Military Academy at West Point, in 1974. A recording of this talk, along with the subsequent Q&A, is also available. MEET THE AUTHOR Mia has two intersecting careers: She is a philosophy professor in the Philosophy/Sociology Department at Pierce College, and a freelance writer. Her combined skills, experience, and broad range of interests make me a thorough and efficient researcher, concept analyst and developer, and writer across a wide array of topics and subjects.Whether she writes fiction or non-fiction, her main interests involve societal issues and culture, primarily from a philosophical standpoint. What that means is that she not only attempts to investigate and inquire into the ideas that underpin or permeate certain issues and topics, but also to remain open to changing my her views. It is often the case that inquiry forces one to re-evaluate and amend one's beliefs. It can be a rather uncomfortable experience, but worthwhile nonetheless. Such is the case with Mia. She attempts to see where the topic at hand leads her, and questions what sort of method she uses in her investigation, and then draws a conclusion.Mia's philosophical interests range across metaphysical and epistemological subjects such as free will and moral responsibility, causation, conditionals, consciousness, personal identity, punishment, and metaphor, to contemporary issues such as same-sex marriage. She greatly enjoys conducting introductory courses in the history of philosophy, logic, and ethics. Perhaps her greatest satisfaction comes through connecting philosophical topics with the details of daily life we take for granted. Looking, for example, at the purpose of marriage yields interesting discussions about what it means to be human. Mia's Ph.D. is in Philosophy, and she teaches a broad range of subject areas in her discipline. Her freelance writing experience includes articles, essays, and ghostwriting (fiction and non-fiction). Please visit her Web site to learn more about her: www.girlzillawrites.com.Cheers! EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Philosophy: Who Needs It? is a collection of conceptually connected essays by the writer, Ayn Rand. The majority of the essays build upon each other, with the titular piece introducing the reader, in some of the broadest strokes possible, to the general outlines of Objectivism, Rand's somewhat systematic theory of reality, knowledge, morality, politics, and education. Because Rand often utilizes terms in fairly specific ways, it is helpful to consult The Ayn Rand Lexicon. Another reason to peruse the lexicon is because, although Rand uses terms in specific ways, she rarely distinguishes the same terminology used differently by the philosophers she references. As a result, her references may be misleading, if you do not have a working knowledge of her definitions. CHAPTER OUTLINE Quicklet on Ayn Rand: Philosophy: Who Needs It? + About the Book + About the Author + Synopsis + Key Terms and Definitions + ...and much more Quicklet on Ayn Rand's Philosophy: Who Needs It

Who's who in New England

Title : Who's who in New England
Author : N.A
Total pages: N.A pages