Philosophical Logic

Author: Sybil Wolfram
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317858581
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First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

A Short History Of Christianity

Author: Geoffrey Blainey
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442225904
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A Short History of Christianity vividly describes many of the significant players in the religion’s rise and fall through the ages, from Jesus himself to Francis of Assisi, Martin Luther, Francis Xavier, John Wesley, and even the Beatles, who claimed to be “more popular than Jesus.” Blainey takes us into the world of Christian worshipers through the ages—from housewives to stonemasons—and traces the rise of the critics of Christ and his followers. Eminently readable, and written with Blainey’s characteristic curiosity and storytelling skill, this book often places Christianity at the center of world history. Will it remain near the center? Blainey’s narrative illustrates that Christianity’s history is a much-repeated story of ups and downs.

Diane Keaton

Author: Jonathan Moor
Publisher: St Martins Press
Size: 71.20 MB
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Chronicles the career of one of the most important--and reclusive--women in film today, an independent-minded actress whose unconventional and trend-setting characters mirror her own unique personality

The Wing And Wing

Author: James Fenimore Cooper
Publisher: MobileReference
ISBN: 1605019623
Size: 65.96 MB
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This is an electronic edition of the complete book complemented by author biography. ******************. It is difficult to say of which there is most in the world, a blind belief in religious dogmas, or a presumptuous and ignorant cavilling on revelation. The impression has gone abroad, that France was an example of the last, during the height of her great revolutionary mania; a charge that was scarcely true, as respects the nation, however just it might be in connection with her bolder and more unquiet spirits. Most of the excesses of France, during that momentous period, were to be attributed to the agency of a few, the bulk of the nation having little to do with any part of them, beyond yielding their physical and pecuniary aid to an audacious and mystifying political combination. One of the baneful results, however, of these great errors of the times, was the letting loose of the audacious from all the venerable and healthful restraints of the church, to set them afloat on the sea of speculation and conceit. There is something so gratifying to human vanity in fancying ourselves superior to most around us, that we believe few young men attain their majority without imbibing more or less of the taint of unbelief, and passing through the mists of a vapid moral atmosphere, before they come to the clear, manly, and yet humble perceptions that teach most of us, in the end, our own insignificance, the great benevolence as well as wisdom of the scheme of redemption, and the philosophy of the Christian religion, as well as its divinity.

The Rosary

Author: Anne Vail
Publisher: Prabhat Prakashan
Size: 25.70 MB
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This delightful and inviting book offers an introduction to praying with a rosary, which began as a simple string of one hundred and fifty knots to enable ordinary Christians to join in the daily recital of the Psalms in the medieval church. Today, the rosary provides a unique way of meditating on the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus. Always favoured in Catholic devotion, it is now being discovered by Christians of all traditions as a means of enriching prayer. Anne Vail explores a variety of ways of praying the rosary, for busy people and contemplatives alike. A gentle meditation on each of the fifteen mysteries is provided, each one illustrated with an exquisite wood engraving by the renowned twentieth-century artist and poet, David Jones. Text and illustration combine in The Rosary to produce a feast for the senses and nourishment for the soul.

Professor Cromer Learns To Read

Author: Janet M. Cromer
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449064205
Size: 78.75 MB
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When a harrowing heart attack and cardiac arrest robbed Alan's brain of vital oxygen, he lost his abilities to read, write, walk, talk, think, and remember. In a flash, Alan went from being a successful physics professor to a brain injury survivor fighting to relearn everything he once knew. So began seven years of intensive rehabilitation, re-creation, and redefining priorities and goals. Alan also faced the huge challenge of shaping a new identity and life. Above all, our book is the story of a marriage that transforms and triumphs, but is never defeated by catastrophic illness. In a memoir brimming with information, Janet explores the mysteries and miracles of their new world from her perspective as Alan's wife, Interpreter of the World, and rehab partner. Alan shares his eloquent tour of the shattered and healing universe inside his brain as few people can. "Professor Cromer Learns to Read" shows that it is possible for a person with an injured brain to continue to heal and improve for years with the right treatment. It is possible for love to thrive and adapt to challenging circumstances. It is possible to build a life with meaning and gusto even with a devastating illness. Our process of gracefully and grudgingly accepting the roles of chronically ill person and caregiver will resonate with many families. The universality of our situation transcends diagnosis and age to salute the human spirit. Please visit to read advance praise for the book.

Philosophical Foundations Of European Union Law

Author: Julie Dickson
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199588775
Size: 53.90 MB
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This volume brings together legal philosophers, political philosophers, and EU legal academics in the service of developing the philosophical analysis of EU law. In a series of original and complementary essays they bring their varied disciplinary expertise and theoretical perspectives to bear on central issues facing the Union and its law.

Black White Photography

Author: David Taylor
ISBN: 9781781450901
Size: 76.13 MB
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An authoritative, self-contained course book on successfully taking black and white photographs Aimed at beginners, Foundation Course: Black & White Photography is part of a structured series of tutorials that explain the basic skills and techniques of photography in relation to a specific subject area. Written by experts, each book is divided into six main sections: Basics, Lessons, Revision, Project, Analysis, and Progress. The book offers information on the types of camera, lenses, tripods, filters, and other useful accessories; the basics of exposure, metering, aperture and shutter speed, ISO, dynamic range, histograms, exposure compensation, and using filters. There's also information on color and composition, including the effects of light, the effects of color on the perception of a photograph, and how this changes when shooting black and white.

Selected Poems

Author: Géraldine Monk
Publisher: Salt Pub
ISBN: 9781876857691
Size: 46.77 MB
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A major selection from Monk’s work, including “Interregnum” in its entirety for the first time, here combined with new sequences not previously published. This is a substantial volume from a key British writer whose approachable experimental works are filled with wit, linguistic virtuosity and a sound grasp of the shifting realities of the worlds we live in.