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Mcgill And Its Story 1821 1921

Author: Cyrus MacMillan
Publisher: Camp Press
ISBN: 1408686422
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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

Les Cinq Clefs

Author: Frank Hatem
ISBN: 289728000X
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Ces lignes sont évidemment écrites pour ceux qui veulent résister, survivre, et rester libre et en pleine possession de leur esprit, que ce soit sur la Terre ou ailleurs. Et puis les prophéties sont faites pour ne pas se réaliser si on en tient compte. Tous les univers sont toujours possibles, tout dépend où se fixe notre conscience, où s'établit notre but. Mais il ne faut pas se leurrer : changer de rails est difficile pour une locomotive à pleine vitesse. Cela reste cependant possible. S'élever dès à présent pour s'y préparer, c'est suivre les conseils déjà formulés avec les outils proposés : comprendre et enseigner la vraie Connaissance que là où est la conscience, là est l'infinie liberté créatrice de l'Être ; s'appliquer à être mieux incarné, en équilibre émotionnel, et toujours parfaitement présent et positif pour ne pas laisser place à la possession extérieure ; devenir vraiment autonome et même autarcique financièrement et économiquement ; compenser les effets électromagnétiques qu'on veut nous imposer et rééquilibrer son corps ; et enfin, changer d'attitude dans le monde : s'interdire de rester complice des corruptions et de l'exploitation du monde animal, notamment en mangeant de la viande. Tu te changes toi-même, tu changes le monde.

Community Hierarchy And Open Education Rle Edu L

Author: Gary Easthope
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136463135
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The book describes the English school, especially the secondary school, as a hierarchical community in which the head-teacher (principal) is an autocratic ruler. After explaining how that particular organisation of the school developed historically from the market situation faced by the English public (i.e. private) schools in the developing industrial society of the nineteenth century it provides empirical evidence demonstrating that the hierarchies of knowledge, teachers and students that developed then were still in place when the book was published in 1975. They are still present today. It also looks at the challenges to the school as a hierarchical community presented by the ideologies of deschooling, progressive education and open education. Finally, it provides an explanation of why these ideologies were never put into practice in English schools despite some pioneering exemplars. Although first published over thirty-five years ago the issues examined in it raise questions that are still central to education today: Does size of school affect the commitment of teachers to the school, their colleagues and their students? How can the teaching staff be organised in a school? Do all need to work to the same ends? What is the role of leadership from the head-teacher (principal) in this? Is it possible to have a curriculum that is open without losing rigour? What should be the relationship between using local community knowledge and the educational wish to extend students’ horizons? The result is a short, nuanced, and densely argued text that demands thought and reflection from any contemporary educator.

Zetetic Astronomy

Author: Samuel Birley Rowbotham
Publisher: Ravenio Books
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This classic includes the following chapters: I. Zetetic and Theoretic Defined and ComparedII. Experiments Demonstrating the True Form of Standing Water, and Proving the Earth to Be a PlaneIII. The Earth No Axial or Orbital MotionIV. The True Form and Magnitude of the EarthV. The True Distance of the SunVI. The Sun's Motion, Concentric With the Polar CentreVII. The Sun's Path Expands and Contracts Daily for Six Months AlternatelyVIII. Cause of Day and Night, Winter and Summer; And the Long altErnations of Light and Darkness at The Northern CentreIX. Cause of Sunrise and SunsetX. Cause of Sun Appearing Larger When Rising and Setting Than at NoondayXI. Cause of Solar and Lunar EclipsesXII. The Cause of TidesXIII. The Earth's True Position in the Universe; Comparatively Recent Formation; Present Chemical Condition; And Approaching Destruction by FireXIV. Examination of the So-Called "Proofs" Of the Earth's Rotundity.—Why a Ship's Hull Disappears Before the Mast-HeadXV. General Summary—Application—Cui Bono"Parallax" And His Teachings. Opinions of the Press

Emotional Logic And Decision Making

Author: C. Bourion
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230508456
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In recent years there has been considerable interest in emotional intelligence. Drawing upon a rich theoretical and philosophical tradition, the author explains the concept and process of emotional production and how this works in gratifying, aversive and hierarchical situations as well as irreversible situations and situations of failure and success. This will provide a powerful framework for understanding the importance of emotional logic in relation to decision making and self-management and includes a number of compelling case studies.

Disasters And The Media

Author: Mervi Pantti
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781433108259
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Disasters in today's globalized world are becoming not only more frequent but, often, more catastrophic. The media play a critical role in communicating and making sense of these cataclysmic events. This book offers unique insights into how news media today make disasters culturally meaningful and politically important, drawing on cutting-edge theoretical work and recent examples. It looks at how globalization is affecting the meanings of disaster but also considers the continued relevance of nations and their citizens as interpretive frameworks. It examines how journalists' witnessing of disasters is changing in response to new technologies, including social media, and how the ideal of objectivity might be challenged by new, more emotional and more compassionate forms of story-telling premised on an injunction to care. Ultimately, the book calls attention to the media possibilities for addressing disasters as global social, political, cultural and economic events in which we all have a stake.

Infinite Jest

Author: Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN: 1588394298
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Published in conjunction with an exhibition held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Sept. 13, 2011-Mar. 4, 2012.

Black Shack Alley

Author: Joseph Zobel
Publisher: Three Continents
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Publisher description: This work tells the story of growing up black in the colonial world of Martinique. Not only does the young hero, José, have to fight the ignorance and poverty of plantation life, but he must also learn to survive the all-pervasive French cultural saturation--to remain true to himself, proud of his race and his family. His ally in this struggle is his grandmother, M'man Tine, who fights her own weariness to release at least one child from the plantation village, a dirt street lined with the shacks of sugarcane workers. First published in 1950, La rue cases-nègres was inspired by Richard Wright's Black Boy. "Everything in it is autobiographical," wrote Zobel, "but the story was patterned after my own aesthetics of composition." The movie adaptation, honored at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival, has been released in the U.S. as Sugar Cane Alley.

A Management System Exempt From Power

Author: C. Bourion
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9780230002180
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The author argues that power in organizations has negative and counter-productive effects: management should be based on self-guidance and maximizing each individual's creative resources. Arguing that mangers should focus on developing efficiency, empathy and imagination, this includes questionnaires so readers can assess their management approach.