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Doping Und Die Freiheit Des Individuellen Korpergebrauchs - Dana Melzer
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Doping Und Die Freiheit Des Individuellen Korpergebrauchs - Livres de poche

2007, ISBN: 9783640334261

Edition reliée, ID: 584700601

AuthorHouse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 224 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.5in.Some cynics say the American justice system is hopelessly flawed. On the surface, Information and Belief seems to agree. The book is peopled with manipulative felons, frustrated probation officers, apathetic judges, and a state bureaucracy seemingly intent not only on defeating its own purpose, but on punishing its workers while coddling criminals. Probation Officer Natalie Fisher has seen it all, from the felon who insists he tests positive for marijuana because of oral sex with his dope-smoking girlfriend, to the serial rapist of young girls who cunningly presents himself as a loving grandson and father-to-be. Natalie deals with lawyers who council criminals on how to cheat the system, judges who ignore her recommendations, and physically dangerous situations. Yet despite the constant frustration and the stress of maintaining a gay relationship in a straight world, she remains undefeated. Street smart, brutally realistic about human nature, Natalie never loses her courage or her sense of humor, and somehow stays optimistic and compassionate. And she manages to make a difference. Information and Belief is a realistic, sometimes hilarious, often frightening, always compelling description of Americas justice system. It is also the vivid portrayal of a young woman who helps make that system work. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., AuthorHouse, Bitingduck Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 300 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.9in.Prelude to Hemlock is a black comedy that follows the fortunes of the young narrator, Jeffrey Edwards. A contrarian by nature and libertine by choice, Jeff is charming, caustic, fiercely intelligent. . . and fiercely self-destructive. Jeff writes lyrics for his sister Kim, a gifted rock musician, and as Kims musical star rises, the siblings become entangled in events both comic and appalling. Along the way, Jeff contends with his pill-popping mother; his breezy and scheming father; and his dope-smoking girlfriend, Tall Patty. As these characters intertwine and collide, Kims career approaches the bright brink of success--even as she and Jeff approach the darkest brink of disaster. Jeff understands that what the righteous really dread is a world with no sinners, but he and Kim cannot quite grasp the cost of truly living as they please. A witchs brew, part J. D. Salinger, part Nabokov, with a dose of Poe. If you ever wondered what kind of culture created Kurt Cobain--and killed him--buckle up. -- Phillip Gardner Prelude to Hemlock is a distrubing and darkly funny novel told in a pitch perfect voice. Olga G. Galvin This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Bitingduck Press, Aramis Publications. Paperback. New. Paperback. 366 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.8in.Kirkus Reviews: A beautifully designed, thoroughly stimulating new paradigm of scientific spiritualism. Absent-minded science - the practice of todays mainstream science of ignoring, either intentionally or by oversight, the role of mind in nature - is the focus of this volume of essays by Tam Hunt. Hunt is a columnist for the Santa Barbara Independent and this book contains the first three years of his columns, including a bonus detailed interview with Giulio Tononi, developer of the Integrated Information Theory of consciousness that is growing in popularity in recent years. Also included is an interview with Christof Koch, a neuroscientist and biophysicist who has outed himself as a panpsychist. Panpsychism, a theme that runs through most of Hunts essays, is the notion that matter and mind are two sides of the same coin, so where there is mind there is also matter and where there is matter there is also mind. Koch, Tononi and Hunt are part of a growing awareness that mind needs to be taken seriously in science as well as in philosophy. Mind is fundamental in any coherent ontology and this series of essays outlines a system that puts mind back where it should be: at the base of our worldview. By reading Eco, Ego, Eros, you are about to embark on a voyage of discovery that uses rational analysis by some of the greatest Western thinkers, combined with the experimental and theoretical investigation of nature, to make sense of the riddle of our existence. Authored by Tam Hunt, an environmental lawyer and philosopher, this series of short chapters, reflecting their origin in a regular online column, has a magnificent writ. Starting out with panpsychism, the ancient teaching that all creatures and, indeed, all matter, are to a smaller and larger extent conscious, the book covers quantum mechanics, relativity theory, evolution by natural selection, the origin of life, scholars from Descartes to contemporary philosophers of mind, Gdel and the limits of mathematics, Western, Hindu and Buddhist ideas about mind, and the authors own mystical experience when smoking dope in the Pacific Northwest. From the Foreword by Christof Koch, Chief Scientific Officer at the Allen Institute for Brain Science. Tam Hunt is a lawyer, philosopher and writer based in Santa Barbara, California. He is a Visiting Scholar in psychology at UC Santa Barbara. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Aramis Publications, Chicago: Aldine Publishing, 1967. Ranging from pool hustling to pornography, this book analyzes deviant branches of American life, dispels misconceptions about them, and throws new light on sociological theory and method. Each chapter radically dissents from one or more mainstream opinions about deviance. The opening examines the alleged causes for the decline of American poolrooms and finds them wanting, traces the rise and fall of poolrooms to historical changes in America's social structure, and cogently dissects the recent poolroom revival. The second chapter, reports a field study of a deviant occupation, pool hustling, describing the hustler's work situation and career from recruitment to retirement. In revealing how pool hustlers, although dedicated wholly to a vocation that merely breaks unenforced gambling laws, frequently supplement their income by means of outright felonies, the author develops a new theory of "crime as moonlighting." The third chapter sharply criticizes our criminology textbooks for avoiding the study of uncaught adult criminals in their natural environments. It demonstrates such research to be both necessary and practical with career felons as well as moonlighters. The forth chapter presents the first genuinely empirical study of the beat delinquent subculture, in which the author corrects some journalistic views such as that most beats are exhibitionists and some sociological ones such as that "retreatist" drug-users can meet neither legitimate nor criminal success norms. The final chapter, on the sociology of pornography, holds that the courts are wrong to claim that naturalistic erotic art is non-pornographic, and wronger still to claim that hard-core pornography is, in Justice Brennan's words, "utterly without redeeming social importance." The author's unusual blend of empirical, theoretical, and methodological contributions to the study of deviance is enlivened by a witty yet disputatious style, for Mr. Polsky believes that polemical scholarship improves the quality of intellectual life by forcing genteel discussion to become genuine debate.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Aldine Publishing, 1967, iUniverse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 198 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.5in.Lately, the lively, often unruly, and occasionally dangerous Schraft Street in Boston has become Jim Herlihys entire world. As he struggles to eke a meager existence from the small assets he owns-a neighborhood gym, local sports bar, and a renovated old three-decker- his challenges are compounded because the love of his life is in love with someone else, and his troubled young tenant, stripper Amy Jordan, for whom he has developed a powerful brotherly affection, is in love with him. After a few contentious run-ins with notorious local gangster Hoary Harry Annunzio-who seriously worries Jim when he drunkenly threatens to rape little Amy-his friend and local cop Carlton Carrollton jokingly suggests Jim consider a preemptive strike against Harry. And then when Harry is unexpectedly found brutally beaten to death, the cops and especially two rival gangsters very seriously want to know who did it. Wild rumors are circulating in this suddenly dangerous, self-contained little world, and Jim finds himself a suspect, despite his reputation as a sane, hardworking, and normally very good-natured businessman. Somethings gotta give-and the inside neighborhood dope does include that Jim Herlihy can be a very tough customer when absolutely necessary. In this entertaining murder mystery, a gritty Boston neighborhood and its hardcore boss are thrust in the midst of madness as a killer waits to strike again. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., iUniverse, Research Institute for Advanced Studies (RIAS), 1967. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Research Institute for Advanced Studies (RIAS), 1967, Simon & Schuster. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 160 pages. Anyone who has ever loved an old dog will love Old Dogs. In this collection of profiles and photographs, Weingarten and Williamson document the unique appeal of mans best friend in his or her last, and best, years. This book is a tribute to every dog who has made it to that time of life when the hearing and eyesight begin to go, when the step becomes uncertain, but when other, richer traits ripen and coalesce. It is when a dog attains a special sort of dignity and a charm all his own. If youve known a favorite old dog, youll find him or her on these pages. Your dog might go by a different name and have a different shape, but youll recognize him or her by the look in an eye or the contours of a life story. There is the dog who thinks he is a house cat; the herder, the fetcher, the punk and the peacock, the escape artist, the demolition artist, the patrician, the lovable lout, the amiable dope, the laughable clown, the schemer, the singer, the daredevil, the diplomat, the politician, the gourmand, and the thief. Plus, as a special bonus, you will find the first Latvian elkhounds ever photographed. Old Dogs is a glorious gift book and a fitting tribute to that one dog you cant ever forget. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Simon & Schuster, Xlibris Corporation. Paperback. New. Paperback. 138 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.9in. x 0.3in.Welcome to the mean city streets of Chicago, Illinois; where the rising dope game and all its treacheries are an abundant way of ghetto life. Meet Vontay Scott, -aka- Insane; born and raised in the heart of the Englewood neighborhood. A leader by nature, and aspiring to snatch his crew and family out of the grasp of the hood. Insane stumbles upon the connect of a lifetime. And if he could only get a one year run, he could go completely legit. His high school sweetheart and ride or die chick Ericka is expecting. And with a family of their own forming soon, can Ericka convince Insane to quit the game for good, and move on before the envious streets could swallow him whole. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Xlibris Corporation, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 30 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 Excerpt: . . . modern dames are good at making crusts for pies, and good at baking, but they buy the stuff to fill them at the nearest grocers store. Are our pies as good as ever Do our modern dames endeavor to produce the pie triumphant, pies that make us better men If they do, then who would chide them, who would blame them or deride them, if they turn from pies and cookies to their Ibsen books again Womans Progress IWENT one night with my high-priced thirst to loaf in the booze bazar, and as I sampled the old red dope I leaned on the handsome bar. My purse was full of the good long green, and my raiment was smooth and new, and I looked as slick as a cabbage rose thats kissed by the nice wet dew. Behind the bottles a mirror stood, as large as your parlor floor, and I looked and looked in the shining glass, and wondered, and looked some more. My own reflection did not appear, but there where it should have been, I saw the form of a cringing bum all crumpled and soaked with gin. His nose was red and his eyes were dim, unshorn was his swollen face, and I thought it queer such a seedy bo would come to so smooth a place. I turned around for a better look at this effigy of despair, and nearly fell in a little heap, for the effigy wasnt there! The barkeep laughed. Its the Magic Glass, he said, with a careless yawn; it shows a man how hes apt to look years hence when his roll is gone! The Magic Mirror The Misfit Face ACERTAIN man, who lived some place, was gifted with a misfit face; when Nature built his mug she broke all rules and tried to play a joke; of pale red hair he had a thatch, his eyes were green and didnt match; his nose was pug, his chin was weak, and freckles grew on either cheek, and sorrel whiskers fringed his chop, too thin to e. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Authorhouse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 172 pages. Dimensions: 8.0in. x 5.0in. x 0.4in.No one has dreams of being the best dope dealer, robber, or anything else of that nature. Well at least KB, BJ, and Nephew didnt until forced to the streets for whatever reasons of their own. All KB, BJ, Nephew, and their crews wanted were to have money, the baddest chicks, and respect on the streets; not realizing that fast money required some fast actions and eventually leading the street crews into blood wars. Get ready to follow the lives of three main characters as they do whatever they needed and wanted to do to get it By All Means. Who will be the street Kings once and for all They never dreamed of being faced with the consequences of the lifestyles they lead; dead or locked up. I encourage you to use By All Means in a positive prospective and use it for what it is, a helpful tool to achieve a desired end. Do not allow this to alter you into thinking you have to go to the extremes of negative activities in order to possess those material things that you feel will secure a good life. Do not use By All Means as an escape route to do wrong because wrong will never be right. Use it as a motivational tool in doing something productive. Be a visionary and follow your dreams. By all means, do the best you can do and be the best at whatever you are doing. Think positive and in the end your means will be life, success, happiness, and longevity. On your mark, get set, GO! This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Authorhouse, Grin Verlag. Paperback. New. Paperback. 28 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.1in.Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2007 im Fachbereich Philosophie - Praktische (Ethik, sthetik, Kultur, Natur, Recht, . . . ), Note: 2, 3, Universitt Leipzig (Institut fr Philosphie), Veranstaltung: Proseminar: Anthropologie des Krpers, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Der Bereich des Sports hat sich im letzten Jahrhundert enorm verndert. Galt Sport, hier noch in Form von krperlicher Leibesertchtigung eher der Erhaltung der Gesundheit, so ist es in unserer heutigen Gesellschaft ein wichtiger Punkt, der sich zu einer eigenstndigen Kulturform entwickelt hat, die die Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft durch ihre Prinzipien Hher, Schneller, Weiter bestimmt. Des Weiteren ist durch den enormen Anstieg des Sportes in unserem Alltag eine Art Krperrevolution entstanden. Die derzeitige Sportkultur beruft sich auf die drei groen Fs. Werte wie Fit durch Fun und Fairness. Sieht man jedoch genau hin, steckt leider nicht allzu viel hinter diesen Leitsprchen. Das Ziel ist nicht mehr nur fit zu sein und den Krper gesundheitlich zu strken, sondern oft wird ein Selbst-Grenzgang versucht. Fun ist zwar immer noch ein wichtiger Teil unserer Sportkultur, was zur Entwicklung neuer Sportarten und Fitnesstrends fhrt, aber im Vordergrund steht das sich anpassen an ein von der Gesellschaft und den Medien geschaffenem krperlichen Vorbild. Sportler bestehen auf ihr gutes Recht mit ihrem Krper machen zu drfen was sie wollen, um in ihrem Beruf oder Hobby bestmgliche Erfolge zu erzielen. Genauso wie ein viel beschftigter Geschftsmann sich mit Koffein wach halten und aufputschen kann, mchten die Sportler die Mglichkeit genieen durch leistungssteigernde Mittel an ihre Grenzen zu gehen. In der folgenden Arbeit soll es nicht um das Problem der Fairness im Hochleistungssport gehen, wenn Sportler durch das Dopingverhalten anderer indirekt zum Doping gezwungen werden, wenn sie weiterhin an der Weltspitze stehen wollen. Im Gegensatz dazu soll vielmehr der intrapersonelle Aspekt betrachtet werden. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Grin Verlag

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2007, ISBN: 9783640334261

Edition reliée, ID: 584700601

AuthorHouse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 224 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.5in.Some cynics say the American justice system is hopelessly flawed. On the surface, Information and Belief seems to agree. The book is peopled with manipulative felons, frustrated probation officers, apathetic judges, and a state bureaucracy seemingly intent not only on defeating its own purpose, but on punishing its workers while coddling criminals. Probation Officer Natalie Fisher has seen it all, from the felon who insists he tests positive for marijuana because of oral sex with his dope-smoking girlfriend, to the serial rapist of young girls who cunningly presents himself as a loving grandson and father-to-be. Natalie deals with lawyers who council criminals on how to cheat the system, judges who ignore her recommendations, and physically dangerous situations. Yet despite the constant frustration and the stress of maintaining a gay relationship in a straight world, she remains undefeated. Street smart, brutally realistic about human nature, Natalie never loses her courage or her sense of humor, and somehow stays optimistic and compassionate. And she manages to make a difference. Information and Belief is a realistic, sometimes hilarious, often frightening, always compelling description of Americas justice system. It is also the vivid portrayal of a young woman who helps make that system work. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., AuthorHouse, Bitingduck Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 300 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.9in. x 0.9in.Prelude to Hemlock is a black comedy that follows the fortunes of the young narrator, Jeffrey Edwards. A contrarian by nature and libertine by choice, Jeff is charming, caustic, fiercely intelligent. . . and fiercely self-destructive. Jeff writes lyrics for his sister Kim, a gifted rock musician, and as Kims musical star rises, the siblings become entangled in events both comic and appalling. Along the way, Jeff contends with his pill-popping mother; his breezy and scheming father; and his dope-smoking girlfriend, Tall Patty. As these characters intertwine and collide, Kims career approaches the bright brink of success--even as she and Jeff approach the darkest brink of disaster. Jeff understands that what the righteous really dread is a world with no sinners, but he and Kim cannot quite grasp the cost of truly living as they please. A witchs brew, part J. D. Salinger, part Nabokov, with a dose of Poe. If you ever wondered what kind of culture created Kurt Cobain--and killed him--buckle up. -- Phillip Gardner Prelude to Hemlock is a distrubing and darkly funny novel told in a pitch perfect voice. Olga G. Galvin This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Bitingduck Press, Aramis Publications. Paperback. New. Paperback. 366 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.8in.Kirkus Reviews: A beautifully designed, thoroughly stimulating new paradigm of scientific spiritualism. Absent-minded science - the practice of todays mainstream science of ignoring, either intentionally or by oversight, the role of mind in nature - is the focus of this volume of essays by Tam Hunt. Hunt is a columnist for the Santa Barbara Independent and this book contains the first three years of his columns, including a bonus detailed interview with Giulio Tononi, developer of the Integrated Information Theory of consciousness that is growing in popularity in recent years. Also included is an interview with Christof Koch, a neuroscientist and biophysicist who has outed himself as a panpsychist. Panpsychism, a theme that runs through most of Hunts essays, is the notion that matter and mind are two sides of the same coin, so where there is mind there is also matter and where there is matter there is also mind. Koch, Tononi and Hunt are part of a growing awareness that mind needs to be taken seriously in science as well as in philosophy. Mind is fundamental in any coherent ontology and this series of essays outlines a system that puts mind back where it should be: at the base of our worldview. By reading Eco, Ego, Eros, you are about to embark on a voyage of discovery that uses rational analysis by some of the greatest Western thinkers, combined with the experimental and theoretical investigation of nature, to make sense of the riddle of our existence. Authored by Tam Hunt, an environmental lawyer and philosopher, this series of short chapters, reflecting their origin in a regular online column, has a magnificent writ. Starting out with panpsychism, the ancient teaching that all creatures and, indeed, all matter, are to a smaller and larger extent conscious, the book covers quantum mechanics, relativity theory, evolution by natural selection, the origin of life, scholars from Descartes to contemporary philosophers of mind, Gdel and the limits of mathematics, Western, Hindu and Buddhist ideas about mind, and the authors own mystical experience when smoking dope in the Pacific Northwest. From the Foreword by Christof Koch, Chief Scientific Officer at the Allen Institute for Brain Science. Tam Hunt is a lawyer, philosopher and writer based in Santa Barbara, California. He is a Visiting Scholar in psychology at UC Santa Barbara. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Aramis Publications, iUniverse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 198 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.5in.Lately, the lively, often unruly, and occasionally dangerous Schraft Street in Boston has become Jim Herlihys entire world. As he struggles to eke a meager existence from the small assets he owns-a neighborhood gym, local sports bar, and a renovated old three-decker- his challenges are compounded because the love of his life is in love with someone else, and his troubled young tenant, stripper Amy Jordan, for whom he has developed a powerful brotherly affection, is in love with him. After a few contentious run-ins with notorious local gangster Hoary Harry Annunzio-who seriously worries Jim when he drunkenly threatens to rape little Amy-his friend and local cop Carlton Carrollton jokingly suggests Jim consider a preemptive strike against Harry. And then when Harry is unexpectedly found brutally beaten to death, the cops and especially two rival gangsters very seriously want to know who did it. Wild rumors are circulating in this suddenly dangerous, self-contained little world, and Jim finds himself a suspect, despite his reputation as a sane, hardworking, and normally very good-natured businessman. Somethings gotta give-and the inside neighborhood dope does include that Jim Herlihy can be a very tough customer when absolutely necessary. In this entertaining murder mystery, a gritty Boston neighborhood and its hardcore boss are thrust in the midst of madness as a killer waits to strike again. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., iUniverse, Chicago: Aldine Publishing, 1967. Ranging from pool hustling to pornography, this book analyzes deviant branches of American life, dispels misconceptions about them, and throws new light on sociological theory and method. Each chapter radically dissents from one or more mainstream opinions about deviance. The opening examines the alleged causes for the decline of American poolrooms and finds them wanting, traces the rise and fall of poolrooms to historical changes in America's social structure, and cogently dissects the recent poolroom revival. The second chapter, reports a field study of a deviant occupation, pool hustling, describing the hustler's work situation and career from recruitment to retirement. In revealing how pool hustlers, although dedicated wholly to a vocation that merely breaks unenforced gambling laws, frequently supplement their income by means of outright felonies, the author develops a new theory of "crime as moonlighting." The third chapter sharply criticizes our criminology textbooks for avoiding the study of uncaught adult criminals in their natural environments. It demonstrates such research to be both necessary and practical with career felons as well as moonlighters. The forth chapter presents the first genuinely empirical study of the beat delinquent subculture, in which the author corrects some journalistic views such as that most beats are exhibitionists and some sociological ones such as that "retreatist" drug-users can meet neither legitimate nor criminal success norms. The final chapter, on the sociology of pornography, holds that the courts are wrong to claim that naturalistic erotic art is non-pornographic, and wronger still to claim that hard-core pornography is, in Justice Brennan's words, "utterly without redeeming social importance." The author's unusual blend of empirical, theoretical, and methodological contributions to the study of deviance is enlivened by a witty yet disputatious style, for Mr. Polsky believes that polemical scholarship improves the quality of intellectual life by forcing genteel discussion to become genuine debate.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Aldine Publishing, 1967, Research Institute for Advanced Studies (RIAS), 1967. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Research Institute for Advanced Studies (RIAS), 1967, Simon & Schuster. Hardcover. New. Hardcover. 160 pages. Anyone who has ever loved an old dog will love Old Dogs. In this collection of profiles and photographs, Weingarten and Williamson document the unique appeal of mans best friend in his or her last, and best, years. This book is a tribute to every dog who has made it to that time of life when the hearing and eyesight begin to go, when the step becomes uncertain, but when other, richer traits ripen and coalesce. It is when a dog attains a special sort of dignity and a charm all his own. If youve known a favorite old dog, youll find him or her on these pages. Your dog might go by a different name and have a different shape, but youll recognize him or her by the look in an eye or the contours of a life story. There is the dog who thinks he is a house cat; the herder, the fetcher, the punk and the peacock, the escape artist, the demolition artist, the patrician, the lovable lout, the amiable dope, the laughable clown, the schemer, the singer, the daredevil, the diplomat, the politician, the gourmand, and the thief. Plus, as a special bonus, you will find the first Latvian elkhounds ever photographed. Old Dogs is a glorious gift book and a fitting tribute to that one dog you cant ever forget. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Simon & Schuster, Xlibris Corporation. Paperback. New. Paperback. 138 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.9in. x 0.3in.Welcome to the mean city streets of Chicago, Illinois; where the rising dope game and all its treacheries are an abundant way of ghetto life. Meet Vontay Scott, -aka- Insane; born and raised in the heart of the Englewood neighborhood. A leader by nature, and aspiring to snatch his crew and family out of the grasp of the hood. Insane stumbles upon the connect of a lifetime. And if he could only get a one year run, he could go completely legit. His high school sweetheart and ride or die chick Ericka is expecting. And with a family of their own forming soon, can Ericka convince Insane to quit the game for good, and move on before the envious streets could swallow him whole. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Xlibris Corporation, RareBooksClub. Paperback. New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 30 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 Excerpt: . . . modern dames are good at making crusts for pies, and good at baking, but they buy the stuff to fill them at the nearest grocers store. Are our pies as good as ever Do our modern dames endeavor to produce the pie triumphant, pies that make us better men If they do, then who would chide them, who would blame them or deride them, if they turn from pies and cookies to their Ibsen books again Womans Progress IWENT one night with my high-priced thirst to loaf in the booze bazar, and as I sampled the old red dope I leaned on the handsome bar. My purse was full of the good long green, and my raiment was smooth and new, and I looked as slick as a cabbage rose thats kissed by the nice wet dew. Behind the bottles a mirror stood, as large as your parlor floor, and I looked and looked in the shining glass, and wondered, and looked some more. My own reflection did not appear, but there where it should have been, I saw the form of a cringing bum all crumpled and soaked with gin. His nose was red and his eyes were dim, unshorn was his swollen face, and I thought it queer such a seedy bo would come to so smooth a place. I turned around for a better look at this effigy of despair, and nearly fell in a little heap, for the effigy wasnt there! The barkeep laughed. Its the Magic Glass, he said, with a careless yawn; it shows a man how hes apt to look years hence when his roll is gone! The Magic Mirror The Misfit Face ACERTAIN man, who lived some place, was gifted with a misfit face; when Nature built his mug she broke all rules and tried to play a joke; of pale red hair he had a thatch, his eyes were green and didnt match; his nose was pug, his chin was weak, and freckles grew on either cheek, and sorrel whiskers fringed his chop, too thin to e. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN., RareBooksClub, Authorhouse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 172 pages. Dimensions: 8.0in. x 5.0in. x 0.4in.No one has dreams of being the best dope dealer, robber, or anything else of that nature. Well at least KB, BJ, and Nephew didnt until forced to the streets for whatever reasons of their own. All KB, BJ, Nephew, and their crews wanted were to have money, the baddest chicks, and respect on the streets; not realizing that fast money required some fast actions and eventually leading the street crews into blood wars. Get ready to follow the lives of three main characters as they do whatever they needed and wanted to do to get it By All Means. Who will be the street Kings once and for all They never dreamed of being faced with the consequences of the lifestyles they lead; dead or locked up. I encourage you to use By All Means in a positive prospective and use it for what it is, a helpful tool to achieve a desired end. Do not allow this to alter you into thinking you have to go to the extremes of negative activities in order to possess those material things that you feel will secure a good life. Do not use By All Means as an escape route to do wrong because wrong will never be right. Use it as a motivational tool in doing something productive. Be a visionary and follow your dreams. By all means, do the best you can do and be the best at whatever you are doing. Think positive and in the end your means will be life, success, happiness, and longevity. On your mark, get set, GO! This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Authorhouse, Grin Verlag. Paperback. New. Paperback. 28 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.1in.Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2007 im Fachbereich Philosophie - Praktische (Ethik, sthetik, Kultur, Natur, Recht, . . . ), Note: 2, 3, Universitt Leipzig (Institut fr Philosphie), Veranstaltung: Proseminar: Anthropologie des Krpers, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Der Bereich des Sports hat sich im letzten Jahrhundert enorm verndert. Galt Sport, hier noch in Form von krperlicher Leibesertchtigung eher der Erhaltung der Gesundheit, so ist es in unserer heutigen Gesellschaft ein wichtiger Punkt, der sich zu einer eigenstndigen Kulturform entwickelt hat, die die Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft durch ihre Prinzipien Hher, Schneller, Weiter bestimmt. Des Weiteren ist durch den enormen Anstieg des Sportes in unserem Alltag eine Art Krperrevolution entstanden. Die derzeitige Sportkultur beruft sich auf die drei groen Fs. Werte wie Fit durch Fun und Fairness. Sieht man jedoch genau hin, steckt leider nicht allzu viel hinter diesen Leitsprchen. Das Ziel ist nicht mehr nur fit zu sein und den Krper gesundheitlich zu strken, sondern oft wird ein Selbst-Grenzgang versucht. Fun ist zwar immer noch ein wichtiger Teil unserer Sportkultur, was zur Entwicklung neuer Sportarten und Fitnesstrends fhrt, aber im Vordergrund steht das sich anpassen an ein von der Gesellschaft und den Medien geschaffenem krperlichen Vorbild. Sportler bestehen auf ihr gutes Recht mit ihrem Krper machen zu drfen was sie wollen, um in ihrem Beruf oder Hobby bestmgliche Erfolge zu erzielen. Genauso wie ein viel beschftigter Geschftsmann sich mit Koffein wach halten und aufputschen kann, mchten die Sportler die Mglichkeit genieen durch leistungssteigernde Mittel an ihre Grenzen zu gehen. In der folgenden Arbeit soll es nicht um das Problem der Fairness im Hochleistungssport gehen, wenn Sportler durch das Dopingverhalten anderer indirekt zum Doping gezwungen werden, wenn sie weiterhin an der Weltspitze stehen wollen. 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Doping und die Freiheit des individuellen Körpergebrauchs Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2007 im Fachbereich Philosophie - Praktische (Ethik, Ästhetik, Kultur, Natur, Recht, ...), einseitig bedruckt, Note: 2,3, Universität Leipzig (Institut für Philosphie), Veranstaltung: Proseminar: Anthropologie des Körpers, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Der Bereich des Sports hat sich im letzten Jahrhundert enorm verändert. Galt Sport, hier noch in Form von körperlicher Leibesertüchtigung eher der Erhaltung der Gesundheit, so ist es in unserer heutigen Gesellschaft ein wichtiger Punkt, der sich zu einer eigenständigen Kulturform entwickelt hat, die die Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft durch ihre Prinzipien Höher, Schneller, Weiter bestimmt. Des Weiteren ist durch den enormen Anstieg des Sportes in unserem Alltag eine Art Körperrevolution entstanden. Die derzeitige Sportkultur beruft sich auf die drei grossen Fs. Werte wie Fit durch Fun und Fairness. Sieht man jedoch genau hin, steckt leider nicht allzu viel hinter diesen Leitsprüchen. Das Ziel ist nicht mehr nur fit zu sein und den Körper gesundheitlich zu stärken, sondern oft wird ein Selbst-Grenzgang versucht. Fun ist zwar immer noch ein wichtiger Teil unserer Sportkultur, was zur Entwicklung neuer Sportarten und Fitnesstrends führt, aber im Vordergrund steht das sich anpassen an ein von der Gesellschaft und den Medien geschaffenem körperlichen Vorbild. Sportler bestehen auf ihr gutes Recht mit ihrem Körper machen zu dürfen was sie wollen, um in ihrem Beruf oder Hobby bestmögliche Erfolge zu erzielen. Genauso wie ein viel beschäftigter Geschäftsmann sich mit Koffein wach halten und aufputschen kann, möchten die Sportler die Möglichkeit geniessen durch leistungssteigernde Mittel an ihre Grenzen zu gehen.In der folgenden Arbeit soll es nicht um das Problem der Fairness im Hochleistungssport gehen, wenn Sportler durch das Dopingverhalten anderer indirekt zum Doping gezwungen werden, wenn sie weiterhin an der Weltspitze stehen wollen. Im Gegensatz dazu soll vielmehr der intrapersonelle Aspekt betrachtet werden. Wie weit darf der Versuch der Körperneuerschaffung gehen, und hat der Körper an sich Rechte, die durch den Dopenden geachtet und gewahrt werden sollten? Bücher / Fachbücher / Philosophie 978-3-640-33426-1, GRIN Verlag GmbH

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Doping und die Freiheit des individuellen Körpergebrauchs Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2007 im Fachbereich Philosophie - Praktische (Ethik, Ästhetik, Kultur, Natur, Recht, ...), einseitig bedruckt, Note: 2,3, Universität Leipzig (Institut für Philosphie), Veranstaltung: Proseminar: Anthropologie des Körpers, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Der Bereich des Sports hat sich im letzten Jahrhundert enorm verändert. Galt Sport, hier noch in Form von körperlicher Leibesertüchtigung eher der Erhaltung der Gesundheit, so ist es in unserer heutigen Gesellschaft ein wichtiger Punkt, der sich zu einer eigenständigen Kulturform entwickelt hat, die die Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft durch ihre Prinzipien Höher, Schneller, Weiter bestimmt. Des Weiteren ist durch den enormen Anstieg des Sportes in unserem Alltag eine Art Körperrevolution entstanden. Die derzeitige Sportkultur beruft sich auf die drei großen Fs. Werte wie Fit durch Fun und Fairness. Sieht man jedoch genau hin, steckt leider nicht allzu viel hinter diesen Leitsprüchen. Das Ziel ist nicht mehr nur fit zu sein und den Körper gesundheitlich zu stärken, sondern oft wird ein Selbst-Grenzgang versucht. Fun ist zwar immer noch ein wichtiger Teil unserer Sportkultur, was zur Entwicklung neuer Sportarten und Fitnesstrends führt, aber im Vordergrund steht das sich anpassen an ein von der Gesellschaft und den Medien geschaffenem körperlichen Vorbild. Sportler bestehen auf ihr gutes Recht mit ihrem Körper machen zu dürfen was sie wollen, um in ihrem Beruf oder Hobby bestmögliche Erfolge zu erzielen. Genauso wie ein viel beschäftigter Geschäftsmann sich mit Koffein wach halten und aufputschen kann, möchten die Sportler die Möglichkeit genießen durch leistungssteigernde Mittel an ihre Grenzen zu gehen.In der folgenden Arbeit soll es nicht um das Problem der Fairness im Hochleistungssport gehen, wenn Sportler durch das Dopingverhalten anderer indirekt zum Doping gezwungen werden, wenn sie weiterhin an der Weltspitze stehen wollen. Im Gegensatz dazu soll vielmehr der intrapersonelle Aspekt betrachtet werden. Wie weit darf der Versuch der Körperneuerschaffung gehen, und hat der Körper an sich Rechte, die durch den Dopenden geachtet und gewahrt werden sollten? Bücher / Fachbücher / Philosophie 978-3-640-33426-1, GRIN Verlag GmbH

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Doping und die Freiheit des individuellen Körpergebrauchs Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr 2007 im Fachbereich Philosophie - Praktische (Ethik, Ästhetik, Kultur, Natur, Recht, ...), einseitig bedruckt, Note: 2,3, Universität Leipzig (Institut für Philosphie), Veranstaltung: Proseminar: Anthropologie des Körpers, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Der Bereich des Sports hat sich im letzten Jahrhundert enorm verändert. Galt Sport, hier noch in Form von körperlicher Leibesertüchtigung eher der Erhaltung der Gesundheit, so ist es in unserer heutigen Gesellschaft ein wichtiger Punkt, der sich zu einer eigenständigen Kulturform entwickelt hat, die die Gesellschaft und Wirtschaft durch ihre Prinzipien Höher, Schneller, Weiter bestimmt. Des Weiteren ist durch den enormen Anstieg des Sportes in unserem Alltag eine Art Körperrevolution entstanden. Die derzeitige Sportkultur beruft sich auf die drei grossen Fs. Werte wie Fit durch Fun und Fairness. Sieht man jedoch genau hin, steckt leider nicht allzu viel hinter diesen Leitsprüchen. Das Ziel ist nicht mehr nur fit zu sein und den Körper gesundheitlich zu stärken, sondern oft wird ein Selbst-Grenzgang versucht. Fun ist zwar immer noch ein wichtiger Teil unserer Sportkultur, was zur Entwicklung neuer Sportarten und Fitnesstrends führt, aber im Vordergrund steht das sich anpassen an ein von der Gesellschaft und den Medien geschaffenem körperlichen Vorbild. Sportler bestehen auf ihr gutes Recht mit ihrem Körper machen zu dürfen was sie wollen, um in ihrem Beruf oder Hobby bestmögliche Erfolge zu erzielen. Genauso wie ein viel beschäftigter Geschäftsmann sich mit Koffein wach halten und aufputschen kann, möchten die Sportler die Möglichkeit geniessen durch leistungssteigernde Mittel an ihre Grenzen zu gehen.In der folgenden Arbeit soll es nicht um das Problem der Fairness im Hochleistungssport gehen, wenn Sportler durch das Dopingverhalten anderer indirekt zum Doping gezwungen werden, wenn sie weiterhin an der Weltspitze stehen wollen. Im Gegensatz dazu soll vielmehr der intrapersonelle Aspekt betrachtet werden. Wie weit darf der Versuch der Körperneuerschaffung gehen, und hat der Körper an sich Rechte, die durch den Dopenden geachtet und gewahrt werden sollten? Bücher / Fachbücher / Philosophie 978-3-640-33426-1, [PU: Grin-Verlag, München]

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Doping und die Freiheit des individuellen Körpergebrauchs
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Date de parution: 2009
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