A Way of Being

Author: Carl Ransom Rogers

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780395755303

Category: Social Science

Page: 395

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Written by the founder of humanistic psychology, Rogers traces his personal and professional life from the 1960s to the 1980s, and offers new insights into client-centered therapy.


A Way of Being

Author: David Hillel Gelernter

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780300168150

Category: Religion

Page: 225

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Written for observant & non-observant Jews & also anyone interested in religion, this work seeks to answer the question of what Judaism is really about?

A Way of Being Free

Author: Ben Okri

Publisher: Head of Zeus

ISBN: 1784081841

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 128

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From Booker Prize-winner Ben Okri: twelve of his most controversial non-fiction pieces form this collection on the theme of freedom. Ranging from the personal to the analytical, covering subjects such as art, politics, storytelling and creativity, A WAY OF BEING FREE confirms Okri's place as one of the most inspiring of contemporary writers. 'All I wanted to do was to remind myself at all times to just sing my song. To just sing it through all the difficulties and silences' BEN OKRI.

Learning as a Way of Being

Strategies for Survival in a World of Permanent White Water

Author: Peter B. Vaill

Publisher: Jossey-Bass

ISBN: 9780787902469

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 218

View: 3403


In Learning as a Way of Being, Vaill offers a thoughtful critique of the roots of management education and argues that, if managers are to navigate the waters skillfully, insitutions of "higher learning" must, above all, teach managers how to integrate the discipline of learning into their very being. Such learning must be marked by strong self-direction, willingness to taker isks, and integration of the learning that life teaches outside the classroom.

The Way of Being Lost

A Road Trip to My Truest Self

Author: Victoria Price

Publisher: Courier Dover Publications

ISBN: 0486825671

Category: Self-Help

Page: 352

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In this intimate, inspiring guide to finding one's path, the daughter of Vincent Price shares her journey toward accepting his legacy of remaining curious, giving back, practicing joy, and saying yes.

Heidegger's Way of Being

Author: Richard M Capobianco

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 1442620714

Category: Philosophy

Page: 136

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In Heidegger’s Way of Being, the follow-up to his 2010 book, Engaging Heidegger, Richard Capobianco makes the case clearly and compellingly that the core matter of Heidegger’s lifetime of thought was Being as the temporal emergence of all beings and things. Drawing upon a wide variety of texts, many of which have been previously untranslated, Capobianco illuminates the overarching importance of Being as radiant manifestation – “the truth of Being” – and how Heidegger also named and elucidated this fundamental phenomenon as physis (Nature), Aletheia, the primordial Logos, and as Ereignis, Lichtung, and Es gibt. Heidegger’s Way of Being brings back into full view the originality and distinctiveness of Heidegger’s thought and offers an emphatic rejoinder to certain more recent readings, and particularly those that propose a reduction of Being to “sense” or “meaning” and maintain that the core matter is human meaning-making. Capobianco’s vivid and often poetic reflections serve to evoke for readers the very experience of Being – or as he prefers to name it, the Being-way – and to invite us to pause and meditate on the manner of our human way in relation to the Being-way.

Each Moment Is the Universe

Zen and the Way of Being Time

Author: Dainin Katagiri

Publisher: Shambhala Publications

ISBN: 9780834822108

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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It’s easy to regard time as a commodity—we even speak of "saving" or "spending" it. We often regard it as an enemy, when we feel it slipping away before we’re ready for time to be up. The Zen view of time is radically different than that: time is not something separate from our life; rather, our life is time. Understand this, says Dainin Katagiri Roshi, and you can live fully and freely right where you are in each moment. Katagiri bases his teaching on Being Time, a text by the most famous of all Zen masters, Eihei Dogen (1200–1253), to show that time is a creative, dynamic process that continuously produces the universe and everything in it—and that to understand this is to discover a gateway to freedom from the dissatisfactions of everyday life. He guides us in contemplating impermanence, the present moment, and the ungraspable nature of past and future. He discusses time as part of our inner being, made manifest through constant change in ourselves and our surroundings. And these ideas are by no means metaphysical abstractions: they can be directly perceived by any of us through meditation.

More Time to Think

A Way of Being in the World

Author: Nancy Kline

Publisher: Fisher King Publishing

ISBN: 1906377103

Category: Success in business

Page: 300

View: 2607


This amazing book will take you into the heart of the Thinking Environment. It will touch you with stories, inspire you with results, excite you with practice. If you long for leadership you trust, meetings you love, relationships you cherish, community which works or the life you really want, More Time To Think can lead you there.

American Rhetoric

Context and Criticism

Author: Thomas W. Benson,Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Rhetoric Thomas W Benson, PhD

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 9780809315093

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 427

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Nine fresh views of the interconnections of historical, critical, and theoretical scholarship in the field of American rhetoric. Stephen T. Olsen addresses the question of how to determine the disputed authorship of Patrick Henry’s "Liberty or Death" speech of March 23, 1775. Stephen E. Lucas analyzes the Declaration of Independence as a rhetorical action, designed for its own time, and drawing on a long tradition of English rhetoric. Carroll C. Arnold examines the "communicative qualities of constitutional discourse" as revealed in a series of constitutional debates in Pennsylvania between 1776 and 1790. James R. Andrews traces the early days of political pamphleteering in the new American nation. Martin J. Medhurst discusses the generic and political exigencies that shaped the official prayer at Lyndon B. Johnson’s inauguration. In "Rhetoric as a Way of Being," Benson acknowledges the importance of everyday and transient rhetoric as an enactment of being and becoming. Gerard A. Hauser traces the Carter Administration’s attempt to manage public opinion during the Iranian hostage crisis. Richard B. Gregg ends the book by looking for "conceptual-metaphorical" patterns that may be emerging in political rhetoric in the 1980s.