As Mary Kupiec Cayton notes , the basis for Emerson ' s lectures was " the
radically idealist cosmology sketched out in ... Reading Emerson ' s Selected Lectures This edition of The Selected Lectures of Ralph Waldo Emerson is the
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Author: Ralph Waldo Emerson
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
Category: Literary Criticism
This is the first and only comprehensive selection of lectures by Ralph Waldo Emerson, his era’s most prominent American man of letters and one of the foremost architects of our intellectual culture. Based on authoritative texts selected and edited by Ronald A. Bosco and Joel Myerson--the most experienced Emerson editors working today--these twenty-five addresses collectively exemplify the lecture style for which Emerson was famed in his day. Best known to his contemporaries as a lecturer, Emerson delivered some 1,500 addresses over the course of his career. Because his most important ideas were worked out in his lectures, they provide the best record we have of his evolving thought--and thus are a key to our understanding of his essays and other printed works. Gathered here are lectures on American culture, literary theory and aesthetics, moral and, as Emerson called it, "intellectual" philosophy, and social and political reform. They are taken from speaking engagements in the United States and the British Isles over the period 1833-1871, during which Emerson often spent four to six months a year on the lecture circuit; lectures from the earliest years of Emerson’s career (1833-1842) have been newly edited for this volume. The volume’s introduction draws on contemporary accounts to describe Emerson’s idiosyncratic but utterly memorable manner of speaking. A headnote provides context to the composition and delivery of each lecture, and footnotes identify Emerson’s allusions to persons, places, occasions, quotations, and books. "By examining his lectures and how they were delivered," say Bosco and Myerson, "we can look into the laboratory of Emerson’s intellectual and compositional process and see his published writings gestating."
Sriman Narayan & J. D. Sethi. Patel Memorial Lecture Series SELECTED LECTURES ON MAHATMA GANDHI Patel Memorial Lecture Series SELECTED LECTURES ON MAHATMA GANDHI SHRIMAN.
Author: Sriman Narayan & J. D. Sethi
Publisher: Publications Division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
The Book is a Compilation of Lectures delivered during the Patel Memorial Lectures Series Of all India Radio on Mahatma Gandhi in the Years1968 and 1979 by eminent Gandhian Sriman Narayan and J. D. Sethi respectively. The book has been divided in two parts year-wise and delve deep into the Gandhian thought and Philosophy. The five Lectures look at finer Nuances of Gandhian values, his Economic Ideas, as well as challenges posed against Gandhian way of Belief in Contemporary times. This Special Edition includes rare Photographs of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel taken from the archives of national Gandhi Museum, New Delhi.
Selected Lectures HAWAII TOPICAL CONFERENCE In Particle Physics Edited
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Author: Sandip Pakvasa
Publisher: World Scientific
This book is essentially made up of the lecture notes delivered by eight lecturers selected from the 8th Hawaii Conference–Summer Schools during the period 1965–1979. Contents:SU(5) and New Departures in Unification (S Pakvasa and S F Tuan)Hadron Spectroscopy (1967) (R H Dalita)Symmetry Violation in Hadron Physics (1969) (M Gell-Mann)Some Topics in Weak and Electromagnetic Interactions (1971) (D Bjorken)Partons (1973) (R P Feynman)Gauge Fields (1974) (C N Yang)Neutrino Interaction Phenomenology and Neutral Currents (1975) (S L Adler)Still QCD-ing (1979) (H D Politzer)Phenomenological Implications of Quantum Flavour Dynamics (1979) (J J Sakurai) Readership: Graduate students and researchers in particle physics.
Selected Lectures from the - 15th Canberra International Physics Summer School
Australian National University 21 January – 1 February 2002 We World Scientific
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Author: R Ball
Publisher: World Scientific
This book is an inspirational introduction to modern research directions and scholarship in nonlinear dynamics, and will also be a valuable reference for researchers in the field. With the scholarly level aimed at the beginning graduate student, the book will have broad appeal to those with an undergraduate background in mathematical or physical sciences. In addition to pedagogical and new material, each chapter reviews the current state of the area and discusses classic and open problems in engaging, surprisingly non-technical ways. The contributors are Brian Davies (bifurcations in maps), Nalini Joshi (integrable systems and asymptotics), Alan Newell (wave turbulence and pattern formation), Mark Ablowitz (nonlinear waves), Carl Weiss (spatial solitons), Cathy Holmes (Hamiltonian systems), Tony Roberts (dissipative fluid mechanics), Jorgen Frederiksen (two-dimensional turbulence), and Mike Lieberman (Fermi acceleration). Contents:Nonlinearity and Complexity: An Introduction (B Davies)Hunting Mathematical Butterflies (N Joshi)The Dynamics of Fermi Acceleration: From Cosmic Rays to Discharge Heating (M A Lieberman)Large Resonances in Hamiltonian Systems, with Applications (C Holmes)Structure Functions, Cumulants and Breakdown Criteria for Wave Turbulence (L J Biven et al.)Renormalized Closure Theory and Subgrid-Scale Parametrizations for Two-Dimensional Turbulence (J S Frederiksen)Low-Dimensional Modelling of Dynamical Systems Applied to Some Dissipative Fluid Mechanics (A J Roberts)Vortices and Spatial Solitons in Optical Resonators, and the Relations to Other Fields of Physics (C O Weiss et al.)Nonlinear Waves and (Interesting) Applications (M J Ablowitz et al.)Global Description of Patterns Far from Onset: A Case Study (N Ercolani et al.) Readership: Postgraduate students and researchers in mathematics and the physical sciences. Keywords:
As he explains in these inspiring lectures, it is important for us to understand and cooperate with the work of the Angels today as this is crucial for the further development of humanity.
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Religious and spiritual writings have always made reference to beings from the spiritual hierarchies, especially those known in Christian tradition as Angels. These spirits are the closest to human beings and act as our invisible guides and companions. They influence the life of the individual as well as the evolution of humanity and the cosmos. From his own clairvoyant vision, Rudolf Steiner confirmed the existence of such spiritual beings and showed how modern minds could gain access to their world. As he explains in these inspiring lectures, it is important for us to understand and cooperate with the work of the Angels today as this is crucial for the further development of humanity.
No editor—especially one who takes up the daunting task of presenting only selected works of an author— lacks an ... has been to attempt an annotated
critical edition of selected prose works guided exclusively by neither literary nor
Author: Peter McCullough
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Category: Literary Collections
This is the first annotated critical edition of works of Lancelot Andrewes (1555-1626), a writer recognized by literary critics, historians, and theologians as one of the most important figures in Elizabethan and Jacobean England. Peter McCullough, a leading expert on religious writing in the early modern period, presents fourteen complete sermons and lectures preached by Andrewes across the whole range of his adult career, from Cambridge in the 1580s to the court of James I and VI in the 1620s. Through a radical reassessment of Andrewes's life, influence, and surviving texts, the editor presents Andrewes as his contemporaries saw, heard, and read him, and as scholars are increasingly recognizing him: one of the most subtle, yet radical critics of mainstream Elizabethan Protestantism, and a literary artist of the highest order. The centuries-old influence of William Laud's authorized edition of Andrewes (1629) is here complicated and contextualized by the full use for the first time of the whole range of Andrewes's works printed before and after his lifetime, as well as manuscript sources. The edition also showcases the aesthetic brilliance of Andrewes's remarkable prose, and suggests new ways for scholars to carry forward the modern literary appreciation of Andrewes famously begun by T. S. Eliot. A full introductory essay sets study of Andrewes on a new footing by placing his works in the context of his life and career, surveying the history of responses to his writings, and summarizing the history of the transmission of his texts. The texts here are edited to high modern critical standards. The exhaustive commentary sets each selection in its historical context, documents Andrewes's myriad sources, glosses important and unfamiliar words and allusions, and translates his frequent quotations from the ancient Biblical languages.
INTRODUCTION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Unpublished lectures on
Italian , Spanish and French The lecture notes on French , Italian and Spanish
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Author: Beverley Collins
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: English language
This volume is a comprehensive collection of critical essays on The Taming of the Shrew, and includes extensive discussions of the play's various printed versions and its theatrical productions. Aspinall has included only those essays that offer the most influential and controversial arguments surrounding the play. The issues discussed include gender, authority, female autonomy and unruliness, courtship and marriage, language and speech, and performance and theatricality.
One important difference is that a large number of graphs give zero contribution
in the infinite-volume limit, if the interaction matrix element for scattering of two
particles of momenta p and P2 into states of momenta 46 SELECTED TOPICS IN
Author: D. Ter Haar
Lectures on Selected Topics in Statistical Mechanics is a collection of lectures given at the 1971 Simla Summer School of Statistical Mechanics held in India. The lectures explore a wide range of topics related to statistical mechanics, including occupation number representation; the Green function method; the pair Hamiltonian model of an imperfect Bose gas; fluctuations in a perfect Bose gas; and the equation of state of an imperfect gas. A simple derivation of the Bloch equation is also presented, along with the statistical mechanics of stellar systems. Comprised of eight chapters, this volume begins with a discussion on the occupation number representation by considering some relevant formulae from ensemble theory. Classical petit and grand ensembles are described, together with quanta1 petit and grand ensembles. Subsequent chapters focus on the Green function method in statistical mechanics; the pair Hamiltonian model of the imperfect Bose gas and its solution in the absence of Bose-Einstein condensation using Green function methods and diagrammatic techniques; fluctuations in a perfect Bose gas; the equation of state of an imperfect gas; and a simple derivation of the Bloch equation. Finally, the statistical mechanics of stellar systems and an approach to equilibrium are described. This book will be of interest to physicists.
The nature of twist - loop defects in the texture is described , along with certain
defects in the form of an ellipsoid of revolution . The growth of the reorientation
distortion of the director in an external magnetic field , and the relaxation of that ...
Author: Royal Society (Great Britain)Publish On: 1967
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Society has accepted the invitation to join with the Academic Press in producing
this first volume of selected lectures which have been given before the Society ...
LECTURE. XV . THE VINE . John , xv . 1 - 8 . I am the true vine , and my Father is
the husbandman . Every branch in me that beareth not fruit he taketh away ; and
every branch that beareth fruit he purgeth it , that it may bring forth more fruit .
Based on knowledge attained through his highly trained clairvoyance, Rudolf Steiner contends that folk traditions regarding nature spirits are based on spiritual reality.
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press
Based on knowledge attained through his highly trained clairvoyance, Rudolf Steiner contends that folk traditions regarding nature spirits are based on spiritual reality. He describes how people possessed a natural spiritual vision in ancient times, enabling them to commune with nature spirits. These entities--also referred to as elemental beings--became immortalized as fairies and gnomes in myth, legend, and children's stories. Today the instinctive understanding that humanity once had for these elemental beings, says Steiner, should be transformed into clear scientific knowledge. He even asserts that humanity will be unable to reconnect with the spiritual world if it cannot develop a new relationship to the elementals. The nature spirits themselves want to be of great assistance to us, acting as "emissaries of higher divine spiritual beings."
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AND ESSAYS INCLUDING LIGAMENTS THEIR NATURE AND MORPHOLOGY.
" This collection contains Steiner's lectures on this theme, as well as on important related questions, such spiritual science and etheric vision, the etheric vision of the future, "the etherization of the blood," the Sermon on the Mount ...
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
The first chapter of the Acts of the Apostles describes Christ's Ascension: "And a cloud received him out of their sight." As the disciples looked up, two angels appeared and told them, "This same Jesus, taken up from you into heaven, shall come again in the same way as you have seen him go." In 1910, Rudolf Steiner began a series of lectures announcing the advent of Christ's appearance in the sphere of the earth's etheric or life body. At first, he said, only a few will be aware of it, but in time more and more people--regardless of religious affiliation--will be strengthened, comforted and infused by the Christ's living presence. Such "Damascus experiences," bespeaking a new natural clairvoyance, Steiner argues, will become increasingly common. "The Christ will become a living comforter," he writes. "However strange it may seem, it is nevertheless true that often when people, even in considerable numbers, are sitting together not knowing what to do and waiting, they will see the etheric Christ. He will be there, will confer with them, and will cast his word in such gatherings. We are now approaching these times..." This collection contains Steiner's lectures on this theme, as well as on important related questions, such spiritual science and etheric vision, the etheric vision of the future, "the etherization of the blood," the Sermon on the Mount and the land of Shambhala, the mysteries of comets and the Moon, Buddhism and Pauline Christianity, spirit beings and the ground of the world, and the three realms between death and rebirth. The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric collects much of Rudolf Steiner's most important discussions of esoteric Christianity, especially as it relates to the central place of the Christ being in world and human evolution.
This book collects many of Steiner's major statements on reincarnation and karma.
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
The soul's immortality and its repeated earthly births are not new ideas in Western thought. They are implicit in the Pythagorean and Platonic traditions, as well as in some branches of esoteric Judaism and Cabbala. But it was not until the early years of this century that the West was given a detailed, modern, evolutionary philosophy of human life based on the reality of reincarnation and karma. This turning point occurred when Rudolf Steiner began to make public the results of his spiritual scientific researches. He viewed the revelation of reincarnation and karma as one of his most important life tasks. Steiner's contribution, however, remains unique in its understanding of the human being as an evolving, developing being of body, soul, and spirit. On the basis of his researches--presented in numerous books and lectures--we begin to understand how the complex interaction of human lives between birth and death and between death and a new birth gives new meaning not only to individual lives lived on Earth in community with others, but also to human history and evolution and to earthly and cosmic events. This book collects many of Steiner's major statements on reincarnation and karma. The primary purpose of this volume is to help readers meet the challenge of spiritual research in the area of individual evolution of the soul and spirit in the context of cultural and universal evolution. Such a study can be tremendously revealing and provide spiritual understanding in a time of increasing intellectual confusion and spiritual poverty. The notion of reincarnation and karma is generally associated in most minds with spiritual traditions of the East, especially Hinduism and Buddhism. Ren Querido's in-depth, sixty-page introduction, however, places these concepts within the context of Western spiritual development and esoteric tradition, showing us a panoramic view of how such ideas have developed over the centuries in the West. Contents: Introduction by Ren Querido: 1 Our Present Dilemma 2 Historical Survey of Reincarnation and Karma 3 Rudolf Steiner's Original Contributions The lectures: 1 Natural and Chance Illnesses in the Human Being 2 Elemental Events, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes & Epidemics in Relation to Karma 3 Death and Rebirth in Relation to Karma 4 Knowledge of Reincarnation and Karma 5 Examples of Karma Working between Two Incarnations 6 Vital Questions in the Light of Reincarnation and Karma 7 The Formation of Karmic Forces 8 Reincarnation of the Spirit and Destiny