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Dorling Kindersley. AN. 1995. 1st American Edition. Self-wraps; 2nd Printing. 1564588890 . As new condition. Softcover with self-wraps. Text is clean/tight with color and b/w photos and illustrations throughout. Geared towards young adult readers. Contents include introduction to inventions, inventions for everyday life, trade and industry, science and communication, travel and exploration, entertainment and leisure, etc. Gift quality condition. Free gift wrapping, card and domestic drop shipping for almost any occasion. Let us know the occasion and message. ; 3 7/8 x 5; 160 pages ., Dorling Kindersley, 1995, Houghton Mifflin Company, 2000. Soft cover. Fair. From the dust jacekt, ""With its spectacular beaches and charming towns, Cape Cod is known around the world as a vacation spot and a summer retreat for the well-to-do. But there is another Cape Cod, a hidden, hardscrabble, year-round world whose hunter-gatherer economy dates back to the Bay Colony. This is the world of the independent fisherman, who lives by his wits on the ocean's unpredictable bounty. It's a world of arcane folkways and expert knowledge, of calculated risk and Yankee self-reliance, of freedom won daily through solitary, backbreaking work. It's a way of life deep in the American grain - enduring, yet imperiled by indifferent forces of change."" ""Haunted by the numbers of family fishermen who have lately been forced to abandon the profession, Richard Adams Carey spent a year among a handful of men who stubbornly refuse to do so: Brian Gibbons, an eloquent, largely self-taught lobsterman; Carl Johnston, a mate on a Chatham dragger; Dan Howes, a clammer on Cape Cod Bay; and Mike Russo, a long-liner for cod and other groundfish. Working alongside these men, Carey hauled traps and seeded clam beds, learning their work and why they do it. He tells of their luck on the water, of the winds and tides that toy with their boats and their lives, of the currents of history and the squalls of fisheries politics that continuously threaten to swamp their livelihoods. And he tells of their humor and their hope, renewed with every plentiful catch and every small victory in a fisheries council boardroom."" Trade Paperback in fair condition showing age toning at pages edges. Text block clean and tight., Houghton Mifflin Company, 2000, Harvard University Press, 1999. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. From the book: ""A Cursing Brain? pursues the problematic classification of Tourette syndrome through three distinct but overlapping stories: that of the claims of medical knowledge, that of patients' experiences, and that of cultural expectations and assumptions. Earlier researchers asserted that the bizarre ticcing and impromptu vocalizations were psychological--resulting from sustained bad habits or lack of self-control."" Hard cover in fine condition. Text block clean and tight. No markings noted. Dust jacket in fine condition. Book has a pictorial cover., Harvard University Press, 1999, Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S.A.: Council Oak Books. Soft cover. 0933031157 Stated First Edition, Second Printing, 1988. Council Oak Books, Tulsa, OK. No marks from past owners, not a former library book, no jacket, not a remainder, Soft cover. Cover shows some shelf wear, creased bottom front cover corner, rest of corners mildly bumped, rubbing. Clean inside pages. Overall Good Condition. Thomas E. Mails draws upon his extensive knowledge of Native American history and ceremony to present ways of applying Native teachings to today's lifestyles. All books shipped within 24 hours with U.S. Postal Service Delivery Confirmation, each order is packaged in a new box with bubble wrap, and always your satisfaction is guaranteed. . Good. 1988. 1st Edition., Council Oak Books, 1988, I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, 2011. Softcover. New. 16 x 24 cm. Textbook of Pharmaceutical Mircobiology is an attempt to make each chapter independent and self-contained. This book is very important and essential for every pharmacy student because it’s direct connection with pharmaceutical industry, particularly in manufacture of parenteral products, ophthalmic and vaccines etc. and their aseptic processing and sterilization. This book consists of five sections divided into twelve chapters. First section deals with the scope, history and classification of microorganisms. Section B and C describes the nutrients and isolation of microorganisms, microbial genetics and sterilization techniques. Section D gives the details of basic of immunology and microbial assays and Section E contains all experiments. This book cover the pharmaceutical microbiology curriculum. According this book severs as a valuable source of information for teachers and students as well as allied professionals. • This book is especially tailored to B. Pharmacy students written in very simple, brief, lucid language and enriched with clear diagrams. • Covers essential materials: microorganism structure and their functions, well defined classifications of microorganisms and microbial genetics. • Well defined sterilization processes in laboratory as well as in hospitals and control cross infections in hospitals. • Every contents of the book are explained with diagrammatically. • In depth coverage of staining techniques of bacteria. • Basics of immunology: history, different antibodies classes, antigen-antibody reactions, hypersensitivity reactions, and about the immunological tolerance. • Well explained gene transfer, replication, transcription and translation processes. • Focusing mainly the important point which is knowledgeable for the students and other readers. Contents: SECTION A 1. Introduction to Scope of Microbiology 2. Structure of Bacterial Cell 3. Classification of Microbes and Their Taxonomy 4. Identification of Microbes: Stains and Type of Staining Techniques, Electron Microscopy SECTION B 5. Nutrition, Cultivation, Isolation of Bacteria, Actinomycetes, Fungi, Virus, etc. 6. Microbial Genetics and Variation 7. Sterility Testing SECTION C 8. Disinfectants, Antiseptics, and Preservatives 9. Sterilization SECTION D 10. Immunology 11. Antimicrobial Assay of Antibiotics, Vitamins and Amino Acids SECTION E 12. Experiments References Index. Printed Pages: 240., I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, 2011, I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, 2011. Softcover. New. 16 x 24 cm. Textbook of Pharmaceutical Mircobiology is an attempt to make each chapter independent and self-contained. This book is very important and essential for every pharmacy student because it’s direct connection with pharmaceutical industry, particularly in manufacture of parenteral products, ophthalmic and vaccines etc. and their aseptic processing and sterilization. This book consists of five sections divided into twelve chapters. First section deals with the scope, history and classification of microorganisms. Section B and C describes the nutrients and isolation of microorganisms, microbial genetics and sterilization techniques. Section D gives the details of basic of immunology and microbial assays and Section E contains all experiments. This book cover the pharmaceutical microbiology curriculum. According this book severs as a valuable source of information for teachers and students as well as allied professionals. • This book is especially tailored to B. Pharmacy students written in very simple, brief, lucid language and enriched with clear diagrams. • Covers essential materials: microorganism structure and their functions, well defined classifications of microorganisms and microbial genetics. • Well defined sterilization processes in laboratory as well as in hospitals and control cross infections in hospitals. • Every contents of the book are explained with diagrammatically. • In depth coverage of staining techniques of bacteria. • Basics of immunology: history, different antibodies classes, antigen-antibody reactions, hypersensitivity reactions, and about the immunological tolerance. • Well explained gene transfer, replication, transcription and translation processes. • Focusing mainly the important point which is knowledgeable for the students and other readers. Contents: SECTION A 1. Introduction to Scope of Microbiology 2. Structure of Bacterial Cell 3. Classification of Microbes and Their Taxonomy 4. Identification of Microbes: Stains and Type of Staining Techniques, Electron Microscopy SECTION B 5. Nutrition, Cultivation, Isolation of Bacteria, Actinomycetes, Fungi, Virus, etc. 6. Microbial Genetics and Variation 7. Sterility Testing SECTION C 8. Disinfectants, Antiseptics, and Preservatives 9. Sterilization SECTION D 10. Immunology 11. Antimicrobial Assay of Antibiotics, Vitamins and Amino Acids SECTION E 12. Experiments References Index. Printed Pages: 240., I.K. International Publishing House Pvt. Ltd, 2011, Chicago University Press, 2000. Hardcover. Good. Hardback with D/j in good condition apart from 2" stain to page edges to the side. 2000 Chicago University Press. "This slim volume is beautifully written, and the prose flows like poetry. The market has been flooded with a plethora of popularly written books attempting to explain canines and why people love them, yet this book... raises the subject to a higher plane. 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His subject is not so much the dog but the nature of the relationship between the human race and the canine one (with the odd cat, bird, monkey and donkey appearing along the way). Grenier invokes literary references, memoirs and first-hand tales to probe and illuminate the nature of this often complex relationship. Ulysses, Napoleon, Elizabeth Barratt Browning, Andre Gide and Sigmund Freud are among those whose relationships with their pets are considered. His musings fluctuate between the desire to catalogue the smallest literary reference, 'Another little song written by Scott and Edmund Wilson during the Jazz age, was one Fitzgerald liked to sing at parties: Larger than a rat! More faithful than a cat! Dog! Dog! Dog! to thoughful insights, 'When you love a dog and it loves you, the lack of synchronisation between human and animal life is bound to bring sorrow.' A bestseller in France, this charming and sedate little book will certainly appeal to all dog lovers. For the rest of us, the erudition and intellect of these vignettes make tham a rewarding read. (Kirkus UK) Product Description It's not always easy to be a dog--to be a companion to those strange human animals, as Roger Grenier shows us on this literary dog walk. In some fifty self-contained and lovingly crafted vignettes, esteemed French author Grenier visits the great dogs of history and legend, beginning at the beginning, with Ulysses and his dog, Argos, the only creature to recognize him after years of absence. From Virginia Woolf, who became the self-appointed biographer of Flush, Elizabeth Barrett Browning's cocker spaniel, to Andre Gide, whose diary records his bemusement at his dog's propensity to mount his ancient cat, Grenier reveals how dogs have inspired writers. He introduces us to Freud's chow Lun, who was able to make him understand he was about to die; to Fala, FDR's scottish terrier, who now has his own statue in Washington; and to Michael and Jerry, the heroes of Jack London's novels. Along the way, Grenier tells us about a few of the dogs who have occupied his own life and heart. Though the rapport between dogs and people remains a mystery, it is also, for him, the source of the purest form of love. - used books, secondhand books, out of print books, hard to find books, for sale, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first edition, , non-fiction books delivered world wide. Excess postage may be required for books over 1 kg in weight outside the EU. ISBN 0-226-30827-8 0226308278., Chicago University Press, 2000, Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1994. Hardcover. Good. 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In this fictionalized account of a mother's death from Alzheimer's disease told from the perspective of a son, Ignatieff (Asya, LJ 9/15/91) examines the relationships between life, consciousness, disease, and death. Father was a Russian emigre and soil chemist, Mother was a painter with a family history of the disease, and their two sons have grown up to become a neurological researcher and a philosophy professor. It is the philosopher who tells the story, dipping into childhood memories as he recounts embarrassing and excrutiating details of his mother's decline and death. The philosopher probes unceasingly to comprehend his mother's degree of understanding as her memory and sense of self shrink, admiring the abstract beauty of the brain scan that the neurologist dispassionately interprets. And it is the philosopher who finds the seeds of the same disease inside himself. This novel is both beautiful in its quiet celebration of each moment of life and almost unbearable in its exploration of questions most often unasked. This awesome piece of work should be in most collections., Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1994, London England: Robinson. Very Good. 2001. 1st Paperback Edition. SofCover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1841191302 Paperback Paperback. Foreword by Dr. James Le Fanu. This book is based on the distilled experiences of more than 1000 people who have tried and tested the many different treatments and know what really helps. The body of knowledge about chronic pain is scant and contradictory - too often the medical profession treats sufferers as having 'nothing really wrong with them'. Here at last is the help you need to turn a life blighted by pain into one that's healthy and active, using a simple 5-step programme: Overcoming isolation and despair. Sorting out the myths that harm from the truths that heal. The body-minded recovery plan. Exercise and other self healing strategies. A glossary of what works and what doesn't. Whatever the cause of pain - whether RSI brought on by years of typing, or a bad back resulting from an old sports injury - this pioneering practical guide can help you to relieve the problem and regain your quality of life. 212 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.) ., Robinson, 2001, New York: Holt Rinehart and Winston , 1971. Trade paperback, v + 170 pages; light shelf wear, fading and rubbing to covers, but gently used, interior very clean and unmarked. See also our listing for Iris Murdoch's Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals. . First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good +., Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1971, New York, NY Penguin Group: Penguin Books , 2004. Paperback First Edition Thus [2004]; First Printing indicated. First Edition Thus [2004]; First Printing indicated. Very Good in Wraps: shows indications of careful use: fairly heavy spine lean;just a hint of wear to the extremities; mildest rubbing to the wrapper covers; the front endpapers show slight tanning, due to aging; several pages are dog-eared; binding secure; text clean. No longer 'As New', but remains clean, sturdy, and quite presentable. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club, or Ex-Library. 8vo. 397pp. Trade Paperback. "American Dynasty" is a heavily researched history of the Bush family going back to the early 20th century. Phillips discusses how the rise of both Bush, Sr and Bush, Jr to the White House typifies a frightening trend towards family dynasties in American politics, one that the Founding Fathers warned strongly against. He also makes a convincing case that lies, misinformation and financial self-interest have become the hallmarks of the two Bush administrations. Phillips is a highly serious political writer who has a wealth of knowledge and insight to share on the Bush family. The information he provides is often quite disturbing in terms of just how low down the Bushes can go. But Phillips manages to write in a tone that is well reasoned and far from conspiratorial. The strength of his case against the Bush family seems undeniable, even to the staunchest of Republicans. Highly recommended., Penguin Group: Penguin Books , 2004., Great Britain: Arcturus. Very Good. 2001. 1st Paperback Edition. Soft Cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1841930482 Paperback Paperback. Packed with stimulating and mind-expanding exercises, this book will help put you in touch with a hitherto inaccessible world. It shows you how to transcend the mundane and yet remain in touch with life's essentials. Wherever you are right now in life, the contents of this book and its exercises can benefit you. They will take you on a very personal, inward journey that progresses gradually and gently. You are going to learn how to allow new knowledge to come to you and help shape your dialy existence in a positive way. By the end of this book you should be able to accept and enjoy every single moment of the life you have, to acknowledge and appreciate everything that is working well for you and to turn negative, frustrating scenarios into positive encouraing ones. Your path in life is yours alone and this book will help you to tread it with confidence and joy. 390 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.) ., Arcturus, 2001, Great Britain: Parragon. Good. 1999. 1st Parragon Book Edition. Soft Cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0752535412 Paperback Paperback. A handbook of forty different kinds of magic from around the world. 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Let Mayan magic show you whether you are a natural home-maker or an idealist in love and life. 488 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions ,and all types of Academic Literature.) ., Parragon, 1999, 2008. Hardcover. New. "I confess I have taken all knowledge to be my province," declared Bacon in the year 1592. The Baconian credo has ruled the Western consciousness ever since. With the introduction of western learning in India we imbibed the Baconian belief in the universality of all knowledge. In practice, however, it meant-thanks to the colonial bondage-the universality of western knowledge only. This was particularly disabling for a country like India which had three thousand years of History and culture of its own. It meant for the most part an engagement with ideas and issues that were either irrelevant or peripheral and joining in a rat race in which we were doomed to be laggards. No wonder one of our social scientists once ruefully observed, "We are neither Asian nor scientists. We are beggars, all of us-we sneak under many an academic table to gather the crumbs under them.", , Long before independence, sensitive minds had voiced their dissatisfaction with the prevailing situation. K.C. Bhattacharya warned against mindless acceptance of western ideas and pleaded far "discovering our own self”. Other illustrious "swarajists" are Tagore, Nauroji, Ranade and of course Gandhi. More recently Dube, Joshi and Daya Krishna have emphasised the socio-cultural matrix of ideas., , May be, by bringing philosophers, sociologists, litterateurs and political activists on one platform, we could take a step in the right direction, i.e., intellectual swaraj. About The Author:- Ashok Celly, the editor of this book was Reader in English, Rajdhani College, University of Delhi. He has authored a book entitled Emily Bronte, D.H. Lawrence and the Black Horse and edited D.H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers. He has also contributed articles on cultural and educational issues to leading dailies like The Times of India, Hindustan Times and Indian Express. Contents:- Contents, Preface 7, Acknowledgements 9, List of Contributor 11, Introduction 13, 1. Swaraj in Ideas 27, 2. An Eastern University 45, 3. Encounter between Civilizations : The Question, of the Centre and the Periphery 75, 4. Indigenization of the Social Sciences 99, 5. Countering Aupaniveshik Mansikta : Swaraj and, Swadeshi in Indian Social Science 115, 6. Science and Swaraj 163, 7. On Schemes of Research at Indian Universities 173, 8. Their Classics, Our Classics 183, Bibliography 197, Index 201 The Title 'Towards A New Paradigm In Higher Education Appropriate Knowledge: Essays In Intellectual Swaraj written/authored/edited by Ashok Celly', published in the year 2008. The ISBN 9788178356143 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 207 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Education, 2008, New. SAINTS AND MYSTICS like Ibn Arabi, Rumi, Semnani spoke in great detail about knowledge of the Self being the Essence of Islam and the Koran but very few understood their message, perhaps because they could not transmit their experienc history of mankind, a world renowned spiritual master, H.H.Mataji Shri Nirmala Devi, has been giving the experience of Rouh or Self realisation to thousands of people all over the world.Through her encounter with H.H.Mataji Shri Nirmala Devi and her own e subtle dimensions of our inner being.The higher knowledge of the Koran is unveiled in which Jihad is the Conquest of the Self, the Mujahid is an instrument of love and compassion and the Umma, through the connection to Rouh, embraces men and women of a Yr. of Pub., New. The anthology makes a survey of the trends and techniques in contemporary Indian English poetry. A critical perspective of the poetic development over the last two decades is essential to promote a greater self-awareness, a more accurate knowledge of native traditions and a greater insight into their modern transformations. A comparative perspective can lead to further insights into the well-known cultural traits of Indian history and literature such as eclecticism, multi-lingualism and multi-culturalism. Yr. of Pub. 8175511141, New York, NY The Book League of America, 1928. Hardcover Reprint Edition. Good: Shows some use, but remains a sturdy reading copy nevertheless. The Binding is square and secure; only moderate wear to the extremities; some darkening to the backstrip has rendered the titles thereon rather difficult to read, light soiling and mild rubbing; the text is clean. "Park Lane Library rubber-stamped at the top of the front and rear pastedown endpapers. This is the only sign of public ownership. The former owner's quite tasteful bookplate at the front pastedown endpaper. Overall, remains structurally sound and tightly bound: a sturdy reading copy with a clean text. NOT a Remainder, Book-Club. 8vo. 517pp. Gilt titles at the front panel have been dulled a little, but remains perfectly legible. Reprint Edition [1928]; copyright 1918. Hardback: Lacks DJ. The Education of Henry Adams records the struggle of Bostonian Henry Adams (1838–1918), in his later years, to come to terms with the dawning 20th century, so different from the world of his youth. It is also a sharp critique of 19th century educational theory and practice. In 1907, Adams began privately circulating copies of a limited edition printed at his own expense. Commercial publication had to await its author's 1918 death, whereupon it won the 1919 Pulitzer Prize. The Modern Library placed it first in a list of the top 100 English-language nonfiction books of the twentieth century. The Education is much more a record of Adams's introspection than of his deeds. It is an extended meditation on the social, technological, political, and intellectual changes that occurred over Adams's lifetime. Adams concluded that his traditional education failed to help him come to terms with these rapid changes; hence his need for self-education. The organizing thread of the book is how the "proper" schooling and other aspects of his youth, was time wasted; thus his search for self-education through experiences, friendships, and reading. Many aspects of the contemporary world emerged during the half-century between the Civil War and World War I, a half-century coinciding with Adams's adult life. An important theme of The Education is its author's bewilderment and concern at the rapid advance in science and technology over the course of his lifetime, sometimes now called Second Industrial Revolution but incarnated in his term "dynamo." The Education mentions the recent discovery of x-rays and radioactivity, and shows a familiarity with radio waves in his citation of Marconi and Branly. Adams purchased an automobile as early as 1902, in order to make better use of a summer in France researching Mont Saint Michel and Chartres. He correctly predicted that the 20th century would see even more explosive changes. Adams repeatedly laments that his formal education, grounded in the classics, history, and literature, as was then the fashion, did not give him the scientific and mathematical knowledge needed to grasp the scientific breakthroughs of the 1890s and 1900s. Two aspects set The Education apart from the common run of autobiographies. First, it is narrated in the third person; second, it is frequently sarcastic and humorously self-critical. The Education repeatedly mentions two long-standing friends of Adams, the scientific explorer of the Far West, Clarence King, and the American diplomat, John Milton Hay. The Education does not discuss Adams's marriage, and the illness and 1885 suicide of his wife, Clover; it skips twenty years from 1872 to 1892. Adams, splendidily reflective and self-critical in so many other ways, did not articulate what, if anything, he had learned from these sobering experiences. But he did, in fact, speak to his marriage in indirect ways. For example, he lamented how the memorial he had constructed for his wife had become something of a tourist attraction. More generally, it is clear that his outlook changed after her death., The Book League of America, 1928., Jaico Publishing House, 2006. First edition. Softcover. New. The Modern View of Kundalini is a ground-breaking book about Kundalini and its relationship to psychological vitality and spiritual transformation. Through author Darrel Irving`s own experience, Joseph Campbell`s documentation of kundalini, and the case histories of Gopi Krishna and others, readers learn that kundalini is more than a spiritual concept, a religious illusion, or a New Age fantasy. Kundalini is real. It is a subtle energy at the base of the spine that when unleashed becomes a powerful force leading to altered and higher states of consciousness. Kundalini is a curative process if approached with knowledge and understanding, for kundalini is healing-it is the mechanism of evolution contained in the human body. The potential for the kundalini experience exists in every person on the planet. This book shatters myths and corrects common misinformation about kundalini and how it works. In these pages, living makes a provocative case for a strong connection between madness and the kundalini process gone awry. The author compares ancient allegorical representations to present-day view points on kundalini and presents a compelling argument for the serious investigation of the kundalini phenomenon. Serpent of Fire makes it abundantly clear that the experience of kundalini is not just a special dispensation granted by fate or destiny to a select, privileged group. Nor is it the preserve of a few gurus or self-appointed holy men. Kundalini is the birthright of everyone, and kundalini-activated individuals are the hope and promise of the new millennium. Contents:- Introduction Chap. 1 : Why Kundalini? Chap. 2 : Classical Kundalini Chap. 3 : Contemporary Kundalini Chap. 4 : Do the Chakras Really Exist? Chap. 5 : The Downside of Kundalini-Madness` Chap. 6 : Dextra Dei Chap. 7 : Serpent in the Snake Pit Chap. 8 : The Thought of Gopi Krishna Chap. 9 : Kundalini and Hallucinogens Chap. 10 : Gopi Krishna on Kundalini and the Sovereignty of Mystical Experiences (Interviewed by Gene Keiffer) Epilogue : Kundalini in the New Age Notes Printed Pages: 252., Jaico Publishing House, 2006, Jaico Publishing House, 2006. First edition. Softcover. New. The Modern View of Kundalini is a ground-breaking book about Kundalini and its relationship to psychological vitality and spiritual transformation. Through author Darrel Irving`s own experience, Joseph Campbell`s documentation of kundalini, and the case histories of Gopi Krishna and others, readers learn that kundalini is more than a spiritual concept, a religious illusion, or a New Age fantasy. Kundalini is real. It is a subtle energy at the base of the spine that when unleashed becomes a powerful force leading to altered and higher states of consciousness. Kundalini is a curative process if approached with knowledge and understanding, for kundalini is healing-it is the mechanism of evolution contained in the human body. The potential for the kundalini experience exists in every person on the planet. This book shatters myths and corrects common misinformation about kundalini and how it works. In these pages, living makes a provocative case for a strong connection between madness and the kundalini process gone awry. The author compares ancient allegorical representations to present-day view points on kundalini and presents a compelling argument for the serious investigation of the kundalini phenomenon. Serpent of Fire makes it abundantly clear that the experience of kundalini is not just a special dispensation granted by fate or destiny to a select, privileged group. Nor is it the preserve of a few gurus or self-appointed holy men. Kundalini is the birthright of everyone, and kundalini-activated individuals are the hope and promise of the new millennium. Contents:- Introduction Chap. 1 : Why Kundalini? Chap. 2 : Classical Kundalini Chap. 3 : Contemporary Kundalini Chap. 4 : Do the Chakras Really Exist? Chap. 5 : The Downside of Kundalini-Madness` Chap. 6 : Dextra Dei Chap. 7 : Serpent in the Snake Pit Chap. 8 : The Thought of Gopi Krishna Chap. 9 : Kundalini and Hallucinogens Chap. 10 : Gopi Krishna on Kundalini and the Sovereignty of Mystical Experiences (Interviewed by Gene Keiffer) Epilogue : Kundalini in the New Age Notes Printed Pages: 252., Jaico Publishing House, 2006, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2011. Softcover. New. `I should like to show here that the Ego is neither formally or materially in consciousness: it is outside, in the world.` Jean-Paul Sartre The Transcendence of the Ego is one of Jean-Paul Sartre`s earliest philosophical publications and essential for understanding the trajectory of his work as a whole. When it first appeared in France in 1937 Sartre was still largely unknown, working as a school teacher in a provincial French town. Attacking prevailing philosophical theories head on, Sartre offers a brilliant and radical account of the self as a product of consciousness, situated in the world. He introduces many of the themes central to his major work, Being and Nothingness: the nature of consciousness, the problem of self-knowledge, other minds, and anguish. This translation includes a thorough and illuminating introduction by Sarah Richmond, placing Sartre`s essay in its philosophical and historical context. Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980). The foremost French thinker and writer of the early post-war years. His books, which include Being and Nothingness, Nausea, The Age of Reason and No Exit have exerted enormous influence in philosophy, literature, politics and drama. Printed Pages: 104., Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2011

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'I should like to show here that the Ego is neither formally or materially in consciousness: it is outside, in the world.' Jean-Paul Sartre The Transcendence of the Ego is one of Jean-Paul Sartre's earliest philosophical publications and essential for understanding the trajectory of his work as a whole. When it first appeared in France in 1937 Sartre was still largely unknown, working as a school teacher in a provincial French town. Attacking prevailing philosophical theories head on, Sartre offers a brilliant and radical account of the self as a product of consciousness, situated in the world. He introduces many of the themes central to his major work, Being and Nothingness: the nature of consciousness, the problem of self-knowledge, other minds, and anguish. This translation includes a thorough and illuminating introduction by Sarah Richmond, placing Sartre's essay in its philosophical and historical context. Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980). The foremost French thinker and writer of the early post-war years. His books, which include Being and Nothingness, Nausea, The Age of Reason and No Exit have exerted enormous influence in philosophy, literature, politics and drama. Books Jean-Paul Sartre|Paperback|Taylor & Francis Ltd|30/03/2011, Taylor & Francis Ltd

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Transcendence of the Ego

One Of Sartre's earliest philosophical publications.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415610179
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415610176
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Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2011
Editeur: ROUTLEDGE
96 Pages
Poids: 0,124 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0415610176

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