Upon Which Everything Depends

Upon Which Everything Depends Author Rachel Gilmore
ISBN-10 9781469124940
Release 2011-11-14
Pages 24
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Author Rachel Gilmore fell in love with the story of Civil War General William Tecumseh Sherman’s horse, Sam, and his connection to Frankfort, Illinois, while handling publicity for a sculpture dedication honoring the pair. However, what Gilmore discovered as she began to research the story behind the story was that Sam’s legendary status for making the longest equine march in military history was, in fact, a legend. According to the general’s own journal entries and personal correspondence during the war, Sherman, in an unusual display of compassion and family loyalty, sent Sam home mid-war after the death of his oldest son, Willy. Yet the newly uncovered evidence doesn’t change the fact that Sam’s role in the war was one “upon which everything depends,” at least for Sherman’s sense of duty and honor. And, what emerges from the general’s words are two compelling historical horse tales...that of Civil War hero and faithful family friend.



Everything Depends on How We Raise Them Educating Young Children by the Suzuki Method

Everything Depends on How We Raise Them  Educating Young Children by the Suzuki Method Author Shigeki Tanaka
ISBN-10 1457405911
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In this new edition to the About Suzuki series, Shigeki Tanaka shares his experiences with using the Suzuki Method® to teach young children. He founded a kindergarten that has seen more than 1,000 graduates using this system. His belief is that every baby has the potential to develop higher ability, which is fostered by the baby's environment. Therefore, parents and teachers must be conscious of a child's environment from an early age. He concludes that what is at the core of human ability is heart, not knowledge. This book is a great addition to the study of early childhood education!



On which Everything Depends

 On which Everything Depends Author Jill R. Hurtt
ISBN-10 OCLC:872624760
Release 2013
Pages 284
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Horses and mules were essential to the conduct and, ultimately, the outcome of the U.S. Civil War. Horses and mules fulfilled such important duties as hauling supplies to camp, providing the means by which the artillery was maneuvered in battle, and granting cavalry units their essential mobile capabilities. While many historians have explored the importance of the cavalry, artillery, and transportation services, the appreciation shown to the equines who were essential to these units has been relatively slim, and the logistical concerns that resulted from the units' reliance on equines are often minimized or ignored. Providing a basic level of care for millions of horses and mules affected the decisions and plans of military and civilian leaders throughout the Civil War, as did the need to procure more equines; such considerations consequently had a significant impact upon the war and its outcome. The Confederacy's inability to procure a sufficient number of horses and mules for its forces in the field, as well as the fodder they needed, eventually made it impossible for some commanders to operate effectively. Finally, the study of horses and mules and the feelings of camaraderie, gratitude, and empathy that many of the soldiers who served alongside these equines felt for them is integral to gaining a more thorough understanding of the conflict and those who lived through it. It is my hope that this work will increase the readers' understanding and appreciation of the important roles that horses and mules played in the Civil War, the myriad logistical considerations that reliance upon equines entailed, and the decisions that these logistical considerations necessitated. Such details have frequently been overlooked in historical accounts of the war; appreciating the contributions made and problems posed by equines is essential to increasing understanding of this influential American conflict.



Question Everything Your Soul Depends On It

Question Everything    Your Soul Depends On It Author B. L. Knepper
ISBN-10 9781312219298
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The Attributes of God in the Monotheistic Faiths of Judeo Christian and Islamic Traditions

The Attributes of God in the Monotheistic Faiths of Judeo Christian and Islamic Traditions Author Husein Khimjee, Ph. D.
ISBN-10 9781462047192
Release 2011-11-09
Pages 108
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This book is one of the first ones of its kind in the market clearly explaining and expounding the Attributes of God in the Judeo-Christian and Islamic traditions. This book is a valuable guide not only to any university student; but is equally interesting for a general reader who wonders and appreciates the bonding of compassion and love God has for His creatures as seen in His Attributes.



Pentecost cycle sermons

Pentecost cycle sermons Author Johann Michael Reu
ISBN-10 0773489703
Release 1995-01-01
Pages 474
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The Anthology of the Sermons of J. Michael Reu is the only resource exhaustively to collect and present all of Reu's English-language sermon outlines, sketches, and fully-developed sermons for the first time to enable scholars of American church history, Luther historians, Reformation scholars and church professionals to examine Reu's theological presuppositions and historical insights as he applied these to preaching.



Universal History

Universal History Author Leopold von Ranke
ISBN-10 9781108075183
Release 2014-10-30
Pages 522
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Published 1884, this work in English translation focuses on the Mediterranean and the Middle East, from ancient Egypt to Alexander.



Welsh Poems Sixth Century to 1600

Welsh Poems  Sixth Century to 1600 Author Gwyn Williams
ISBN-10 0520026039
Release 1974
Pages 128
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Welsh Poems Sixth Century to 1600 has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Welsh Poems Sixth Century to 1600 also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Welsh Poems Sixth Century to 1600 book for free.



Perspectives on Initiation

Perspectives on Initiation Author Rene Guenon
ISBN-10 0900588411
Release 2001
Pages 303
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The present volume, first published at the close of World War II, and based on a series of articles on initiation originally written between 1932 and 1938 for Le Voile d'Isis (later renamed tudes Traditionnelles), is unique in giving a comprehensive account both of the conditions of initiation and of the characteristics of organizations qualified to transmit it. Gunon's distinction between the initiatic and the mystical paths-the first requiring a formal relationship with a master, a set of specific contemplative techniques, and a chain-of-transmission stretching back to the origin of the tradition in question, the second generally lacking these elements-led to some controversy between those who accept this distinction and others who believe that initiatory and mystical spirituality are one and the same. The book presents such central principles as the dangers and barrenness of syncretism, the often dire consequences of fostering 'psychic powers', and the superiority of sacerdotal initiation (into the Greater Mysteries) over 'royal' initiation (into the Lesser Mysteries), though both are necessary parts of the initiatic path. This last point precisely defines the rift between Gunon and Julius Evola, whose elevation of royal initiation over sacerdotal must be seen, according to Gunon's criteria, as a modern-day echo of the ancient revolt of the warrior caste against the priestly one. Whoever follows Gunon's argument will realize that a romantic warrior mysticism held no fascination for him, and is in fact explicitly contrary to his principles. But pre-eminently, Perspectives on Initiation provides indispensable points of reference for anyone attempting to distinguish between 'initiatic', 'pseudo-initiatic', and 'countert-initiatic' spiritualities in these profoundly uncertain times.



Last Rights

Last Rights Author Dolores L. Christie
ISBN-10 0742531538
Release 2003-01-01
Pages 205
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Last Rights examines end-of-life decisions in the context of the Roman Catholic tradition, a heritage rich in its teaching about the human person, the value of life, and the moral rights and responsibilities inherent to every human being. Written for Catholics seeking a better understanding of their own tradition, ministers who deal with Catholic patients, those who wish to learn more about the Catholic perspective, and ordinary decision-makers who must face these complex issues, Last Rights includes cross-references, a glossary, and an appendix and bibliography that provide resources for further study and helpful tools for end-of-life decision-making.



An Unsettling God

An Unsettling God Author Walter Brueggemann
ISBN-10 9781451419535
Release 2009
Pages 192
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In the pages of the Hebrew Bible, ancient Israel gave witness to its encounter with a profound and uncontrollable reality experienced through relationship. This book, drawn from the heart of foremost Old Testament theologian Walter Brueggemann's Theology of the Old Testament, distills a career's worth of insights into the core message of the Hebrew Bible. God is described there, Brueggemann observes, as engaging four "partners" in the divine purpose. This volume presents Brueggeman at his most engaging, offering profound insights tailored especially for the beginning student of the Hebrew Bible.



On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason

On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason Author Arthur Schopenhauer
ISBN-10 9781602063587
Release 2007-04
Pages 412
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A disciple of Immanuel Kant, Arthur Schopenhauer took the Kantian concept that all knowledge derives from experience and broadened it to conclude that our experience of the world is necessarily subjective and influenced by our own intellect and biases, and that reality is but an extension of our own will. This is the basis of all of Schopenhauer's thinking, and here, he offers an essential foundation for understanding and appreciating all of his work. First produced as his doctoral dissertation in 1813, these two essays-"On the Fourfold Root of the Principle of Sufficient Reason" and "On the Will in Nature"-were revised and published by the author in 1847; this 1889 edition represents its first translation into the English language. Students of philosophy and of 19th-century culture will find this a demanding but satisfying read.The writings of German philosopher ARTHUR SCHOPENHAUER (1788-1860) were a profound influence on art and aesthetics, music and literature in the 19th century. Among his many writings, The World as Will and Idea (1819) is considered his masterpiece.



The Synthesis of Self

The Synthesis of Self Author R.M. Mendelsohn
ISBN-10 9781461319474
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 272
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The oedipal situation involves much more than an instinctual at titude toward a prohibited object giving expression to unconscious wishes. It introduces a whole new way of perceiving the internal and external world and an entirely different orientation to the myriad of life's experiences. A great deal of structural develop ment, requiring the negotiation of a sequence of early developmen tal tasks, has to have taken place before it is possible to encompass the complex demands of an oedipal attitude. When these early steps are not negotiated, although genital instinctual impulses may be manifested, the structural alignments necessary to enter into an oedipal position cannot be effected and the intrapsychic con flicts it engenders are not encountered. The thrust of early develop ment has made it essential for a narcissistic perspective to be adopted toward all stimuli and all relationships in order to enable All attachments must of necessity be continuing self-expansion. based upon the narcissistic supplies they contain, which ultimately lead to increasing levels of independence, self-differentiation, and individuation. It is precisely when the component instincts are con solidated into a genital drive that a narcissistic orientation can no longer incorporate the representation of experiences needed for the full realization of self-potentials. Were stimuli to only possess sig nificance in regard to their narcissistically enhancing attributes, the resulting dependence upon the external world would run counter to the thrust for independence and autonomy.



Science and Method

Science and Method Author Henri Poincaré
ISBN-10 9780486165707
Release 2013-02-21
Pages 304
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Classic account of basic methodology and psychology of scientific discovery explains how scientists analyze and choose their working facts and explores the nature of experimentation, theory, and the mind. 1914 edition.



Moses Maimonides

Moses Maimonides Author Herbert Davidson
ISBN-10 9780199883905
Release 2004-12-09
Pages 584
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Moses Maimonides (1137/38-1204), scholar, physician, and philosopher, was the most influential Jewish thinker of the Middle Ages. In this magisterial biography, Herbert Davidson provides an exhaustive guide to Maimonides' life and works. After considering Maimonides' upbringing and education, Davidson expounds all of his many writings in exhaustive detail, with separate chapters on rabbinic, philosophical, and medical texts. Moses Maimonides has been recognized as the standard work on a towering figure of Western intellectual history.



The Corner cupboard by the ed of Enquire within upon everything

The Corner cupboard  by the ed  of  Enquire within upon everything  Author
ISBN-10 OXFORD:600076490
Release 1867
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Essentials of Economic Theory

Essentials of Economic Theory Author John Bates Clark
ISBN-10 9781610166171
Release 2013-09-18
Pages 584
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John Bates Clark was an American adherent of the marginalist school who engaged the Austrians and learned from them. He delivered many blows against the historical school in favor of the idea of pure theory. He was also a prominent advocate of free markets in a time when the economics profession was embracing Progressivist ideology. Clark contributed to laying the foundation of what would later become a distinctly American Austrian School. Mises himself regarded him as an outstanding economist, perhaps his favorite American economist.