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Author: Kevin Oderman
Category: Literary Collections
Kevin Oderman writes about the provisional way things fit together in a sundered world, where the felt affinities between things are endangered. Construction of a Morris chair, traveling in Greece and Turkey, moving into a new house, watching a bulldozer upend a tree -- all provide him with opportunities to ponder the world free of the besetting distractions of contemporary life. How all of it fits together and how Oderman finds his place in it -- this is the subject of his meditations.
That particulars and universals are radically different kinds of thing, ... According to this view, only things of different types fit together without an ...
Author: Andrew Newman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This work presents a version of the correspondence theory of truth based on Wittgenstein's Tractatus and Russell's theory of truth and discusses related metaphysical issues such as predication, facts and propositions. Like Russell and one prominent interpretation of the Tractatus it assumes a realist view of universals. Part of the aim is to avoid Platonic propositions, and although sympathy with facts is maintained in the early chapters, the book argues that facts as real entities are not needed. It includes discussion of contemporary philosophers such as David Armstrong, William Alston and Paul Horwich, as well as those who write about propositions and facts, and a number of students of Bertrand Russell. It will interest teachers and advanced students of philosophy who are interested in the realistic conception of truth and in issues in metaphysics related to the correspondence theory of truth, and those interested in Russell and the Tractatus.
By drawing deeply on “ classic ” hymns , this book attempts to show how Christians understand things to fit together . But at this point we might encounter ...
Author: Jeffrey P. Greenman
Publisher: Clements Publishing Group
Since the earliest beginnings of the Christian Church, believers have gathered to worship God--Father, Son and Holy Spirit. They have expressed their faith by singing "psalms, hymns and spiritual songs with gratitude in their hearts to God" (Colossians 3:16). One of the best ways to learn about and enter into what Christians believe is to sing the classic, well-known, deeply-loved hymns of our tradition. In Unwearied Praises, readers are invited to reflect upon the experience of classic hymns as a doorway into the historic beliefs and spiritual insights that have defined Christianity for centuries. Each chapter includes Scripture references and questions for reflection, making this an excellent resource for a small group study or personal enrichment. "The current rediscovery of hymnology for worship will be greatly enhanced by this theologically astute yet highly practical volume of classic hymns. I hope, for the sake of the church's spiritual health, Unwearied Praises, will receive a wide readership." -Robert E. Webber, Author of Ancient-Future Faith and Blended Worship Jeffrey P. Greenman (Ph.D., Virginia) occupies the R.J. Bernardo Family Chair of Leadership at Tyndale Seminary in Toronto. George R. Sumner (Ph.D., Yale) is Principal and the Helliwell Professor of Missions at Wycliffe College, Toronto School of Theology, University of Toronto.
We wondered where things fit into the pond and how the pond fit into things. We wondered how it all fit together, the things and the pond and the field and ...
Author: Matthew C. Ally
Publisher: Lexington Books
In this book, Matthew C. Ally explores the changing and increasingly troubled relationship between humankind and planet Earth. Oriented by the seemingly simple example of a woodland pond, he draws together insights from existential philosophy, scientific ecology, and several disciplines in the social sciences and humanities to articulate a strong sense of human belonging in the living Earth community and a binding imperative of participation in the struggle to preserve a habitable planet and build a livable world.
We know that how things fit together is very much our problem. How do things fit together, then, when we assume a human nature constructed by the knowledge ...
Author: Barbara Regenspan
In a time when it seems like we've run into the limits on what Marx, Dewey, and Freud might hold for liberatory critique, this peculiarly uplifting book seeks to identify some promising thinking and teaching practices, especially for work in our contemporary “corporate university of excellence.” With auto-ethnography as a baseline for reflection on her personal teaching life in this troubling political era, as well as an insistence that all students are future teachers whether they seek formal work in classrooms or not, Barbara Regenspan selects insights descending from her horribly imperfect trinity (Marx, Dewey, and Freud), to revaluate what it means to have “obligations to unknowable others” in our complex and global reality. Drawing on an interdisciplinary cast of contemporary social theorists such as Avery Gordon, Deborah Britzman, Maxine Greene, Bill Readings, and Alain Badiou, this book traces hauntagogical thinking and related classroom practice–hauntagogy–pedagogy aimed to create wide-awakeness through the unearthing of acts of historical and interpersonal hauntings. Balanced between critique and hope, Regenspan offers the field of Educational Studies including teacher education, but also higher education more generally, a way of conceiving of the classroom as a place where contradictions in discourses are mined with and for our students who will be future teachers in the formal or informal sense. Here is a view of what historical materialism might hold for the relationship between democracy and education and what that relationship means for new, wild, conceptions of self, politics, and spirituality. “Barbara Regenspan combines the personal, the political, and the educational in creative ways in this volume. In the process, she provides a number of important insights into the human complexities and necessary commitments involved in struggling toward an education that is worthy of its name.” – Michael W. Apple, John Bascom Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Policy Studies, University of Wisconsin, Madison and author of Can Education Change Society? “So much of my experience as an American teacher fell into place while reading this book. Regenspan never veers far from the pragmatic and personal realities of being an American educator right now, grappling with indifference, short-sightedness and disillusionment of the system. Her deft, and often profound intellectual work is peppered with anecdotes, both personal and pedagogical, and these accounts of teaching and learning on the ground level make her case fierce and fresh. Haunting and the Educational Imagination is politically humane and intellectually electrifying.” – Tony Hoagland, Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Houston, National Book Award Finalist, teacher of high school English teachers, and author of Unincorporated Persons in the Late Honda Dynasty. Cover design by Madison Kuhn
Author: Robert Cummings NevillePublish On: 2013-10-01
Plato argued that substantiality is just the reality of those things fitting together. We return to his kind of argument in the next section.
Author: Robert Cummings Neville
Publisher: SUNY Press
This book offers a discussion of issues involved in evaluating welfare reforms, and applies those principles to the evaluation of reform in Wisconsin. It opens with an overview of the different types of program evaluation and summarizes the basic issues that are involved in their conduct. A discussion of general evaluation strategies for the reforms, such as the selection and use of counterfactuals, is followed by consideration of both implementation and impact evaluations of the Wisconsin program. The final section considers the specific impacts of the Wisconsin program. Barnow is interim associate director for research at the Institute for Policy Studies at Johns Hopkins University. Moffitt is a professor of economics at Johns Hopkins University. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Author: Christian Vassallo
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
The papyri transmit a part of the testimonia relevant to pre-Socratic philosophy. The ʼCorpus dei Papiri Filosofici‛ takes this material only partly into account. In this volume, a team of specialists discusses some of the most important papyrological texts that are major instruments for reconstructing pre-Socratic philosophy and doxography. Furthermore, these texts help to increase our knowledge of how pre-Socratic thought – through contributions to physics, cosmology, ethics, ontology, theology, anthropology, hermeneutics, and aesthetics – paved the way for the canonic scientific fields of European culture. More specifically, each paper tackles (published and unpublished) papyrological texts concerning the Orphics, the Milesians, Heraclitus, Empedocles, Anaxagoras, the early Atomists, and the Sophists. For the first time in the field of pre-Socratics studies, several papers are devoted to the Herculanean sources, along with others concerning the Graeco-Egyptian papyri and the Derveni Papyrus.
Ever since classical antiquity, some sort of “modularity” has been used by architects and builders to make things fit together.
Author: Robert Geddes
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Fit is a book about architecture and society that seeks to fundamentally change how architects and the public think about the task of design. Distinguished architect and urbanist Robert Geddes argues that buildings, landscapes, and cities should be designed to fit: fit the purpose, fit the place, fit future possibilities. Fit replaces old paradigms, such as form follows function, and less is more, by recognizing that the relationship between architecture and society is a true dialogue--dynamic, complex, and, if carried out with knowledge and skill, richly rewarding. With a tip of the hat to John Dewey, Fit explores architecture as we experience it. Geddes starts with questions: Why do we design where we live and work? Why do we not just live in nature, or in chaos? Why does society care about architecture? Why does it really matter? Fit answers these questions through a fresh examination of the basic purposes and elements of architecture--beginning in nature, combining function and expression, and leaving a legacy of form. Lively, charming, and gently persuasive, the book shows brilliant examples of fit: from Thomas Jefferson's University of Virginia and Louis Kahn's Exeter Library to contemporary triumphs such as the Apple Store on New York's Fifth Avenue, Chicago's Millennium Park, and Seattle's Pike Place. Fit is a book for everyone, because we all live in constructions--buildings, landscapes, and, increasingly, cities. It provokes architects and planners, humanists and scientists, civic leaders and citizens to reconsider what is at stake in architecture--and why it delights us.
And it is gratifying to see how things fit together. The problem is how to avoid collaborating with the analysand in making things fit together too well.
Author: Peter Brooks
Publisher: Yale University Press
Features contributors, Judith Butler, Frederick Crews, Leo Bersani, Juliet Mitchell, Robert Jay Lifton, Richard Wollheim and other theorists from such fields as literature, philosophy, film, history, cultural studies, neuroscience, psychotherapy. Under discussion in all these articles is whether Freud is still relevant, specifically whether psychoanalysis is still a valid theory of mind, if its therapeutic applications have been rendered obsolete by drugs, how psychoanalysis still figures in debates about sexual identity despite its rejection by many feminists, and how Freud's work still contributes to cultural analysis. The editor's conclusion is that Freud is not only still relevant but the "presiding genius of our culture and the author of its symptomatic illnesses." Papers were delivered in a 1998 symposium at Yale, the locale from which Freud launched his original invasion of the US psyche nearly a century before. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Isabelle: I have my own ideas, but what do you think is a meaningful way to start thinking about how real data can be used to show how things fit together, ...
Author: William J. Boone
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Rasch Analysis in the Human Sciences helps individuals, both students and researchers, master the key concepts and resources needed to use Rasch techniques for analyzing data from assessments to measure variables such as abilities, attitudes, and personality traits. Upon completion of the text, readers will be able to confidently evaluate the strengths and weakness of existing instrumentation, compute linear person measures and item measures, interpret Wright Maps, utilize Rasch software, and understand what it means to measure in the Human Sciences. Each of the 24 chapters presents a key concept using a mix of theory and application of user-friendly Rasch software. Chapters also include a beginning and ending dialogue between two typical researchers learning Rasch, "Formative Assessment Check Points," sample data files, an extensive set of application activities with answers, a one paragraph sample research article text integrating the chapter topic, quick-tips, and suggested readings. Rasch Analysis in the Human Sciences will be an essential resource for anyone wishing to begin, or expand, their learning of Rasch measurement techniques, be it in the Health Sciences, Market Research, Education, or Psychology.
... the fullness of the times He might gather together in one all things in Christ, ... and atoms—get properly fixed and fit together in people and things, ...
Author: Ashish Raichur
Publisher: All Peoples Church
God’s heart is redemptive in nature. God never quits on what He starts. He loves and saves to the uttermost, no matter what thecost. God always seeks to redeem and bring things back to Himself. We are called to be like Him, and hence our approach to life situations and to the problems we face must be redemptive as well.
Comprehension is based on our ability to reason, to fitthings together, to see how they all work ... We comprehend when we see how things fit together, ...
Author: Claude Ghaoui
Publisher: IGI Global
Successful use of information and communication technologies depends on usable designs that do not require expensive training, accommodate the needs of diverse users and are low cost. There is a growing demand and increasing pressure for adopting innovative approaches to the design and delivery of education, hence, the use of online learning (also called E-learning) as a mode of study. This is partly due to the increasing number of learners and the limited resources available to meet a wide range of various needs, backgrounds, expectations, skills, levels, ages, abilities and disabilities. The advances of new technology and communications (WWW, Human Computer Interaction and Multimedia) have made it possible to reach out to a bigger audience around the globe. By focusing on the issues that have impact on the usability of online learning programs and their implementation, Usability Evaluation of Online Learning Programs specifically fills-in a gap in this area, which is particularly invaluable to practitioners.
By social imaginary , I mean something much broader and deeper than the ... how they fit together with others , how things go on between them and their ...
Author: Michele A. Willson
Publisher: Peter Lang
Category: Social Science
Technically Together takes the reader on a thoughtful tour of the key writings on community and technology and the current debates that surround them to provide a clear understanding of the challenges new technologies present for theories of social interaction.
However, I am no longer a developer and am now an enterprise architect in a large bank, with responsibility for how things fit together using—you guessed ...
Author: Colin Renouf
Pro (IBM) WebSphere Application Server 7 Internals covers the internal architecture and implementation of the WebSphere Application Server (WAS) version 7 product set and how other IBM products extend it. It presents information to enable administrators, developers, and architects to learn about the aspects of WAS that apply to them: Administrators will come to understand how the WAS7 environment functions to best optimize it for their environment, and what to do when things go wrong. Developers will learn to extend the functionality in the base WAS product. Architects will see how the WAS product underpins the IBM offerings to fit in an enterprise.
Author: Isaac Livingstone AsamoahPublish On: 2016-06-23
Fit in: If something fits in with other things, it is similar to them or goes well with ... Fit together: If something fits together or you fit it together, ...
Author: Isaac Livingstone Asamoah
Publisher: Partridge Africa
Digestive Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs contains the real or actual definition of a phrasal verb in relation or comparison to idiomatic expressions. It has some examples of support as far as the meanings are concerned with the three principles of their formation as well as their respective meanings in a very compiled and alphabetical form, which would, to a large extent, help readers for easier identification and the search for their meanings likewise. Ideally, these compilations have been the first of its kind in the whole wide world as far as the field of English is concerned, which, to a larger extent, would inarguably attract buyers’ attention for reading not only for leisure but also as reference for academic purposes.
Think over what I say, for the Lord will give you understanding in everything. ... then understanding the Bible means grasping how things fit together.
Author: John Piper
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
In this revised and expanded edition of Brothers, We Are Not Professionals that includes a new introduction and select all-new chapters, best-selling author John Piper pleads through a series of thoughtful essays with fellow pastors to abandon the professionalization of the pastorate and pursue the prophetic call of the Bible for radical ministry. “We pastors are being killed by the professionalizing of the pastoral ministry,” he writes. “The mentality of the professional is not the mentality of the prophet. It is not the mentality of the slave of Christ. Professionalism has nothing to do with the essence and heart of the Christian ministry. The more professional we long to be, the more spiritual death we will leave in our wake. For there is no professional childlikeness, there is no professional tenderheartedness, there is no professional panting after God. “Brothers, we are not professionals. We are outcasts. We are aliens and exiles in the world. Our citizenship is in Heaven, and we wait with eager expectation for the Lord (Phil. 3:20). You cannot professionalize the love for His appearing without killing it. And it is being killed. “The world sets the agenda of the professional man; God sets the agenda of the spiritual man. The strong wine of Jesus Christ explodes the wine- skins of professionalism.”
The first thing that you'll learn is right here in this paragraph. ... As you work through the book, you'll see how things fit together.
Author: Jesse Feiler
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
A practical introduction for using iOS 6 to create universalapps If you have prior experience programming in an object-orientedlanguage and are eager to start building universal apps for iPadand iPhone (including the iPod touch), then this is the book foryou! Using the latest version of iOS (iOS 6) along with the latestversion of Xcode (Xcode 4.5), this book is a practical introductionrather than just a catalog of components. Full-color and packedwith groundbreaking, innovative designs, this book teaches you howto create eye-catching, unique apps. Teaches you the various aspects of iOS development, beginningwith getting started with iOS 6, getting Up to Speed with Xcode,and learning the tools and Objective-C Reviews building the user interface with Xcode and InterfaceBuilder Details how to set up your app in iTunes connect and distributeit through the app store Walks you through adding features like geo-location and twittersharing Helps you avoid common pitfalls and design decisions related touser experience and iOS programming iOS 6 Foundations is organized so that each chapterbuilds on the previous, providing you with a finished app by theend of the book.