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Download Literary-Critical Approaches to the Bible. An Annotated by Mark Minor PDF

By Mark Minor

Desk of contents, creation, advisor for utilizing the e-book, abbreviations, index of authors. A bibliography of works taking a literary-critical method of the Bible, rather than the older historical-critical strategy. contains common works at the testaments and works particular to books of the Bible or parts thereof. xxxii, 520 pages. textile. 8vo..

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Download Enlightened Rainbows: The Life and Works of Shardza Tashi by Jean-Luc Achard PDF

By Jean-Luc Achard

Shardza Tashi Gyeltsen (1859-1934) is without doubt one of the most vital luminaries of the Bon culture of Tibet and definitely the main awesome fresh grasp of the lessons of the Great Perfection. all through his existence, he utilized the rules of the Great Perfection in several remoted retreats and perfected either non secular consciousness and scholarly erudition. His works have these days turn into immensely very important references for the fashionable Bon culture, no matter if, for a few lineage holders of this Tibetan institution, he's most sensible linked to the circulation referred to as "New Bon." This commonly subtle view, notwithstanding, is inaccurate as is obviously proven by means of the research of Shardza Rinpoche's gathered Works within the current quantity.

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Download The creation evolution controversy: an annotated by James L. Hayward PDF

By James L. Hayward

This number of 447 annotated references offers an summary of the literature addressing the creation/evolution controversy for college students, academics, attorneys, writers, historians, scientists, sociologists, clerics, and different persons.Fifty-four annotations within the bankruptcy on ancient references spotlight influential volumes released among 1543 and 1980--classic works that tell the perspectives of later writers. those old works are indexed chronologically so as of book. the remainder 393 entries function books released from 1981 (the yr of the "Scopes II" trial in Arkansas) to 1996, and comprise works that tackle ancient, sociological, philosophical, spiritual, cosmological, geological, organic, and anthropological concerns surrounding the creation/evolution controversy. The annotations are written in an informative, neutral type. aside from references within the bankruptcy containing old assets and within the bankruptcy that includes works at the background of the creation/evolution controversy, references are grouped lower than "theistic" and "non-theistic" headings. An introductory essay describes the background of evolutionary conception and creationism, and defines the distinguishing gains of every proposal procedure. An annotated record of periodicals that includes articles on creationism and evolutionism is usually supplied. With writer, name, and topic indexes.

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Download The social sciences: a cross-disciplinary guide to selected by Nancy Herron PDF

By Nancy Herron

Ready by means of practicing librarians, this rigorously based and up to date consultant bargains researchers quick access to a few of the simplest and most ordinarily used assets within the social technological know-how literature. it may well additionally function a instructing textual content for college kids in need of an easy method of studying in regards to the vital reference resources within the social sciences. Revised and improved to mirror alterations within the box, this version provides 1030 annotated citations prepared through self-discipline into 12 chapters: normal social sciences, political technology, economics, company, background, legislations and criminal concerns, anthropology, sociology, schooling, psychology, geography and verbal exchange. The sections on digital assets in every one bankruptcy were vastly multiplied. those supply clients with an creation to new applied sciences and codecs on the topic of the examine of social sciences. The variety of sector reviews assets has additionally been elevated.

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Download Catalogue of English Bible Translations: A Classified by William J. Chamberlin PDF

By William J. Chamberlin

While different Bible catalogs can be found, this accomplished reference booklet is destined to turn into the traditional within the box. Chamberlin's one-volume paintings lines the ebook heritage of a number of variants of Bible translations and provides necessary decriptive annotations. The catalog not just comprises whole Bibles, but in addition outdated and New Testaments, partial texts, commentaries that come with translations, kid's Bibles, Apocryphal writings, and the Koran, in addition. different bibliographies are typically constrained to versions ordinarily present in educational libraries, yet Chamberlin's consultant additionally comprises Bibles present in deepest collections. total, this catalogue comprises greater than 5 occasions as many entries of alternative English translations as different Bible bibliographies, these via Hill and Herbert, combined.

The entries are grouped in 151 different types, and inside of each one class entries are indexed in chronological order. The accompanying annotations establish the translator and supply an summary of the contents of every paintings. The unique indexes make this bibliography a handy device for researchers. Bible students, creditors, and infrequent e-book buyers will locate this catalogue an important addition to their libraries.

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Download Philosophy: A Guide to the Reference Literature Third by Hans E. Bynagle PDF

By Hans E. Bynagle

A newly reorganized, updated evaluate of key reference works in philosophy, displays a veritable explosion of reference assets, either print and on-line, released during the last decade. approximately three hundred of the seven hundred+ entries include new fabric, with an extra 50 entries considerably revised and up-to-date. English-language resources are emphasised, yet very important non-English works also are good represented. for pro philosophers, philosophy educators, scholars from commencing to graduate, and librarians.This advisor represents a considerable updating and entire re-organization of the author's 1997 Philosophy: A advisor to the Reference Literature, second variation (1st variation, 1986). It displays a veritable explosion of reference resources, either print and on-line, within the box of philosophy during the last decade. approximately three hundred entries (or forty percentage) are totally new. an extra 50 or so entries have gigantic revisions recording new variations, alterations in serial courses, sequence, and internet sites, or extra volumes accomplished in multi-volume units. moreover, it's been fullyyt re-organized alongside topical traces. every one of its twenty-three chapters is split into 4 sections: (1) common resources, (2) heritage of philosophy, (3) branches of philosophy, and (4) miscellanea. This new association accords greater with the vastly increased variety of philosophy reference assets and makes it more straightforward for the consumer to spot comparable assets of alternative varieties (bibliographies, dictionaries, internet gateways, etc.) at the related subject. Like its predecessor advisor to Reference assets in Philosophy, the third variation goals to serve a various viewers philosophers, philosophy educators, scholars from starting to graduate, and librarians. All entries comprise beneficiant annotations which are usually evaluative in addition to descriptive. English-language assets are emphasised, yet non-English works vital to researchers or of curiosity to clients with facility in different languages also are well-represented.

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Download 50 Schlüsselideen der Menschheit by Ben Dupré (auth.) PDF

By Ben Dupré (auth.)

Eine Entdeckungsreise zu den großen Ideen und weltbewegenden Konzepten der Menschheitsgeschichte

Platonismus

Aristotelismus

Die Goldene Regel

Altruismus

Freiheit

Toleranz

Skeptizismus

Vernunft

Strafe

Materialismus

Relativismus

Utilitarismus

Existenzialismus

Das Böse

Schicksal

Seele

Glaube

Fundamentalismus

Atheismus

Säkularismus

Kreationismus

Krieg

Pflicht

Utopie

Liberalismus

Demokratie

Konservatismus

Imperialismus

Nationalismus

Multikulturalismus

Gesellschaftsvertrag

Republikanismus

Kommunismus

Faschismus

Rassismus

Feminismus

Islamismus

Kapitalismus

Globalisierung

Klassizismus

Romantik

Moderne

Surrealismus

Zensur

Evolution

Gaia

Chaos

Relativität

Quantenmechanik

Urknall

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50 Schlüsselideen der Menschheit ist der perfekte Führer zu den wichtigsten Gedanken und Konzepten, die Menschen im Laufe der Jahrhunderte entwickelt haben. An genialen Ideen hat es nie gemangelt. Viele geistreiche Überlegungen sprühen helle Funken, nur um rasch wieder zu verglimmen, weil sie sich als hohl und wenig nachhaltig erweisen. Wahrhaft große Ideen aber brennen dauerhaft: Sie setzen sich langfristig durch und in den Köpfen der Menschen fest, weil sie tief durchdacht sind, im idealen second aufkeimen, von visionärer Kühnheit zeugen oder auch verheerende Wirkung entfalten. Der vorliegende Band zeichnet einen weiten Bogen weltbewegender Ideen – von zutiefst schönen und wundersamen bis zu zweifelhaften und abscheulichen.

In 50 leicht verständlichen Essays führt uns Ben Dupré an die einflussreichsten Konzepte und Ideen in Politik, Philosophie, faith, Wirtschaft, Naturwissenschaft und Kunst heran. Einige davon erscheinen unanfechtbar (Freiheit, Vernunft), andere hochkomplex (Urknall, Chaos), wieder andere mysteriös (Schicksal, Surrealismus) oder nachgerade gefährlich und verachtenswert (Faschismus, Rassismus). Allen gemeinsam ist, dass sie in der Geschichte der Menschheit eine bedeutsame Rolle gespielt und die menschliche Kultur tief geprägt haben.

Weitere Bände der Reihe:

50 Schlüsselideen Mathematik

50 Schlüsselideen Physik

50 Schlüsselideen Genetik

50 Schlüsselideen Philosophie

50 Schlüsselideen Psychologie

50 Schlüsselideen Management

50 Schlüsselideen Religion

50 Schlüsselideen Wirtschaftswissenschaft

50 Schlüsselideen Literatur

50 Schlüsselideen Astronomie und Kosmologie

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Download Paper Machines: About Cards & Catalogs, 1548-1929 (History by Markus Krajewski PDF

By Markus Krajewski

This day on nearly each table in each place of work sits a working laptop or computer. 80 years in the past, computers have been outfitted with a nonelectronic information processing computing device: a card dossier. In Paper Machines, Markus Krajewski strains the evolution of this proto-computer of rearrangeable elements (file playing cards) that grew to become ubiquitous in places of work among the area wars. the tale starts off with Konrad Gessner, a sixteenth-century Swiss polymath who defined a brand new approach to processing information: to chop up a sheet of handwritten notes into slips of paper, with one truth or subject consistent with slip, and manage as wanted. within the past due eighteenth century, the cardboard catalog turned the librarian's resolution to the specter of details overload. Then, on the flip of the 20 th century, company followed the know-how of the cardboard catalog as a bookkeeping instrument. Krajewski explores this conceptual improvement and casts the cardboard dossier as a "universal paper desktop" that accomplishes the elemental operations of Turing's common discrete computing device: storing, processing, and moving info. In telling his tale, Krajewski takes the reader on a couple of illuminating detours, telling us, for instance, that the cardboard catalog and the numbered road tackle emerged whilst within the related urban (Vienna), and that Harvard University's home-grown cataloging process grew out of a librarian's laziness; and that Melvil Dewey (originator of the Dewey Decimal approach) helped result in the know-how move of card documents to company.

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