By E Mauceri
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By A-T. Tymieniecka (Editor)
Located on the crossroads of nature and tradition, physics and attention, cosmos and lifestyles, background – in detail conjoined with time – maintains to puzzle the thinker in addition to the scientist. Does brute nature spread a heritage? Does human historical past have a telos? Does human lifestyles have a goal? Phenomenology of existence tasks a brand new interrogative approach for reexamining those questions. we're invited to keep on with the emblems of existence because it spins in innumerable methods the interaction of usual components, human passions, social forces, technological know-how and event – via interruptions and kairic moments of achievement – within the human artistic mind's eye and intellective reasoning. There then run a cohesive thread of truth.
By C. F. Andrews
By Melinda B. Fagan
By Keith D. Stanglin
Even if scholarship has taken care of, at the one hand, a few facets of Jacobus Arminius' theology, and nevertheless, the doctrine of insurance within the Reformed theologians of early Protestant orthodoxy, however right consciousness has no longer but been given to the intersection of those subject matters: Arminius' doctrine of coverage. With targeted cognizance to formerly missed basic assets, this publication bargains stimulating insights into the tutorial context of Arminius, and, besides a comparative research of his colleagues at Leiden college, explores new horizons in his doctrines of salvation and coverage. Arminius' look for actual insurance of salvation emerges as a decisive think about his well-known dissent from Reformed theology.
By Cynthia Clark Northrup
By Rebecca Connor
Within the early eighteenth century, the loved ones accountant was once commonly lady. despite the fact that, simply as ladies have been visible as monetary accountants, they have been additionally deeply linked to the literary and narrative accounting inherent in letters and diaries. those are tested along estate, originality and the improvement of the early novel.
By Banister Fletcher
An illustrated historical past of structure at the comparative procedure: for college students, craftsmen & amateurs (Иллюстрированная история архитектуры в сравнительном методе.)
By Mark Aguiar, Erik Hurst
Fresh examine records expanding source of revenue inequality within the United States--in specific, a widening hole among well-educated and less-educated American employees. yet source of revenue isn't the sole degree of prosperity. the volume of time american citizens spend in rest is additionally an important to our figuring out of yankee wellbeing and fitness, alterations in wellbeing and fitness over the years, and variations in health between voters. This meticulously-researched monograph examines developments in relaxation inequality to offer a extra entire photograph of prosperity in the United States. utilizing facts spanning 40 years and tens of hundreds of thousands of survey respondents, Mark Aguiar and Erik Hurst search to respond to a number of key questions about rest inequality: How a lot has the relaxation time of the common American elevated or lowered during the last a number of many years? What raises or decreases in rest time are visible throughout teams with various degrees of schooling, and to what volume do academic ameliorations in employment prestige account for those adjustments? that's, if staff with really little schooling are much less more likely to be hired this day than two decades in the past, does that specify a rise of their relaxation relative to more-educated staff? Aguiar and Hurst locate that the rest time of the common American has risen by way of approximately 4 hours a week because the mid-1960s. additionally, the rest hole among the fewer trained and extra informed has widened, as rest time has elevated by means of 8 hours for american citizens and not using a highschool degree and lowered via six hours for college-educated americans. What debts for this complicated divergence? figuring out the forces that force expanding relaxation inequality may have very important implications for American employment coverage.
During this learn of George Eliot's fiction, textual makes an attempt to visualize a coherent and unified nationwide earlier are obvious as generating a contradictory imaginative and prescient of Englishness. it's a historiographical nationwide id, built within the photo of most important, and conflicting, tendencies within the Victorian writing of heritage. The inherent uncertainty brought on by the shift among diversified perceptions of English historical past leads, within the later fiction, to an abandonment of contemporaneous grand narratives. The outcome is a historical past that anticipates a extra smooth, radical philosophy of historical past.