Visionaries

Visionaries Author James Huneker
ISBN-10 9783847210023
Release 2012-02-07
Pages 257
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Visionaries

Visionaries Author William A. Christian
ISBN-10 0520200403
Release 1996
Pages 544
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Reports the sighting by two children of the Virgin Mary on a hillside in Spanish Basque territory in 1931



Visionaries

Visionaries Author Benjamin Aguirre
ISBN-10 9781594678752
Release 2004-10-01
Pages 108
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Warning: Visionaries is not a book for young people who are comfortable with the status quo. It is intended for those who are ignited with a passion to live out their God given purpose.



Visionaries

Visionaries Author Satish Kumar
ISBN-10 9781933392530
Release 2007
Pages 222
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Presents a collection of profiles of influential individuals of the twentieth century, including world leaders, writers, scientists, economists, social visionaries, and spiritual figures.



Regional Visionaries and Metropolitan Boosters

Regional Visionaries and Metropolitan Boosters Author Matthew Dalbey
ISBN-10 9781461510833
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 202
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This book is an examination of two conflicting regional planning ideologies and the impact of this conflict on the development of two regional parkways. I hypothesize that regional parkways of the 1920s and 1930s emerged out of these two visions of regional planning - regionalism and metropolitanism. The regional view coalesced around the work of Benton MacKaye, Lewis Mumford, and the Regional Planning Association of America. The metropolitan viewpoint, while less definable, grew out of the market-oriented economic boosterism efforts associated with early twentieth century planning. This view found literal and philosophical support with Thomas Adams and the Regional Plan of New York and Its Environs. In an effort to flesh out the competing theories and the development of the regional parkway, I discuss the history of the Skyline Drive and the proposed Green Mountain Parkway. In addition to supplementing the planning history and theory literature, I try to inform on issues important to the contemporary planning profession. The regional visionaries viewed their regional work as a social reform effort. The metropolitanists wanted to tweak the market so as to provide for a minimized congestion and economic hardship for the greatest number of citizens. This "vision versus reality" still troubles the profession today, especially in the areas of sustainable development, growth management, and "smart growth. " Matthew Dalbey Jackson, Mississippi March 2002 Chapter 1 Decentralization and Regional Planning Practical and Ideological Problems 1.



Visionaries and Planners

Visionaries and Planners Author Stanley Buder
ISBN-10 0195362888
Release 1990-07-26
Pages 288
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For nearly a century the Garden City movement has represented one end of a continuum in an ongoing debate about the future of the modern city. In 1898 Ebenezer Howard envisioned an experimental community as the alternative to huge, teeming cities. Small, planned "garden cities" girdled by greenbelts were to serve in time as the "master key" to a higher, more cooperative stage of civilization based on ecologically balanced communities. Howard soon founded an international planning movement which ever since has represented a remarkable blend of accommodation to and protest against urban changes and the rise of the suburbs. In this interconnected history of the Garden City movement in the United States and Britain, Buder examines its influence, strengths and limitations. Howard's garden city, he shows, joined together two very different types of late-nineteenth-century experimental communities, creating a tension never fully resolved. One approach, utopian and radical in nature, challenged conventional values; the other, the model industrial towns of "enlightened" capitalists, reinforceed them. Buder traces this tension through planning history from the nineteenth-century world of visionaries, philanthropy, and self help into our own with its reliance on the expert, bureaucracy, and governmental policy, shedding light on the complex changes in the way we have thought in the twentieth century about community, urban design, and indeed the process of change. His final chapters examine the world-wide enthusiasm for "New Towns" between 1945-1975 and recent political and social trends which challenge many fundamental assumptions of modern planning.



Poets Saints and Visionaries of the Great Schism 1378 1417

Poets  Saints  and Visionaries of the Great Schism  1378 1417 Author Renate Blumenfeld-Kosinski
ISBN-10 0271047550
Release 2010-11-01
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Poets Saints and Visionaries of the Great Schism 1378 1417 has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Poets Saints and Visionaries of the Great Schism 1378 1417 also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Poets Saints and Visionaries of the Great Schism 1378 1417 book for free.



X Men Visionaries

X Men Visionaries Author
ISBN-10 0785101780
Release 1996-03-01
Pages 96
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X Men Visionaries has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from X Men Visionaries also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full X Men Visionaries book for free.



Visionaries

Visionaries Author Bill Mosher
ISBN-10 1570750246
Release 1995
Pages 168
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Stories of people all over the world who have done selfless acts of good.



Visionaries

Visionaries Author Jay Walljasper
ISBN-10 PSU:000048958004
Release 2001-09-01
Pages 307
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Here, in a single volume, you'll find compelling views of the future painted by more than sixty of the world's most original thinkers along with their thoughts on where they draw inspiration, what boosts their creativity, and who are their role models. Selected by the editors of Utne Reader, these visionaries come from monasteries and urban ghettos, work at architecture firms and restaurants, live in Berkeley and Bangladesh, are under 35 and over 80, and share one crucial asset: Hope for the future. Hope for finding broader meaning and greater joy in our lives. Hope for the restoration of the planet. Hope for a social and economic order that uses the welfare of the weakest, not the strongest, as its gauge of success.



C cile and Oskar Vogt The Visionaries of Modern Neuroscience

C  cile and Oskar Vogt  The Visionaries of Modern Neuroscience Author I. Klatzo
ISBN-10 9783709161418
Release 2012-12-06
Pages 134
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Human greatness has many connotations. Since the requirements for membership in this category are vague and poorly defined, admittance to the Mount Olympus is frequently erratic and subjective, especially in view of a wide "penumbra zone"* of border cases. Nevertheless, rising above a twilight zone of debatable cases, there are individuals whose right for mem bership is unquestionable. In science, one of the unequivocal criteria for "greatness" relates to how far one's scientific achievement affects the opening of new horizons, and points to directions for future development and progress. Unveiling new visions can derive only from creative people who conceive original ideas and con cepts, and who are daring enough to promote them against the indifference or opposition of the establishment. Maintaining the integrity and the faith to one's own ideals may require extraordinary strength of character, - up to courting persecution or even death, - as happened in the middle ages, and more recently, in the first half of this century with regard to Cecile and Os kar Vogt, whose lives and accomplishments are described in this book. Thus the greatness of the Vogts is based both on their penetrating vision of the future for brain research and on the sterling quality of their character, which sustained a "test of fire" during the Nazi years in Germany.



The Lean Entrepreneur

The Lean Entrepreneur Author Brant Cooper
ISBN-10 9781119094999
Release 2016-02-19
Pages 224
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Leverage the framework of visionaries to innovate, disrupt, and ultimately succeed as an entrepreneur The Lean Entrepreneur, Second Edition banishes the "Myth of the Visionary" and shows you how you can implement proven, actionable techniques to create products and disrupt existing markets on your way to entrepreneurial success. The follow-up to the New York Times bestseller, this great guide combines the concepts of customer insight, rapid experimentation, and actionable data from the Lean Startup methodology to allow individuals, teams, or even entire companies to solve problems, create value, and ramp up their vision quickly and efficiently. The belief that innovative outliers like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates have some super-human ability to envision the future and build innovative products to meet needs that have yet to arise is a fallacy that too many fall prey to. This 'Myth of the Visionary' does nothing but get in the way of talented managers, investors, innovators, and entrepreneurs. Taking a proven, measured approach, The Lean Entrepreneur will have you engaging customers, reducing time to market and budgets, and stressing your organization's focus on the power of loyal customers to build powerhouse new products and companies. This guide will show you how to: Apply actionable tips and tricks from successful lean entrepreneurs with proven track records Leverage the Innovation Spectrum to disrupt markets and create altogether new markets Use minimum viable products to drive strategy and conduct efficient market testing Quickly develop cross-functional innovation teams to overcome typical startup roadblocks The Lean Entrepreneur is your complete guide to getting your startup moving in the right direction quickly and hyper-efficiently.



Visionaries In Our Midst

Visionaries In Our Midst Author Allison Silberberg
ISBN-10 9780761847205
Release 2009-09-10
Pages 274
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This well-researched and theoretically informed book examines the nature and function of the main female characters in the nine novels of Machado de Assis. Earl Fitz argues that Machado had a particular interest in female characterization and that his fictional women became increasingly sophisticated and complex as he matured and developed as a writer and social commentator. Machado developed, especially after 1880 (and what is usually considered the beginning of his “mature” period), a kind of anti-realistic, “new narrative,” one that presents itself as self-referential fictional artifice but one that also cultivates a keen social consciousness. Fitz concludes that Machado increasingly uses his female characterizations to convey this social consciousness and to show that the new Brazil that is emerging both before and after the establishment of the Brazilian Republic (1889) requires not only the emancipation of black slaves but the emancipation of its women as well.



VISIONARIES

VISIONARIES Author James 1857-1921 Huneker
ISBN-10 1363859102
Release 2016-08-27
Pages 366
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Tele Visionaries

Tele Visionaries Author R. C. Webb
ISBN-10 9780471743705
Release 2005-10-27
Pages 180
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Tele Visionaries has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Tele Visionaries also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Tele Visionaries book for free.



Unwanted Visionaries

Unwanted Visionaries Author Sergey Radchenko
ISBN-10 9780199365111
Release 2014-01-07
Pages 400
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Mikhail Gorbachev's relations with the West have captured the imagination of contemporaries and historians alike, but his vision of Soviet leadership in Asia has received far less attention. The failure of Gorbachev's Asian initiatives has had dramatic consequences, by the late 1980s, the Soviet Union was in full retreat from Asia, and since the Soviet collapse, Russia has been left on the sidelines of the "Pacific century." In this exceptionally wide-ranging and deeply researched book, Sergey Radchenko offers an illuminating account of the end of the Cold War in the East, tracing the death of Soviet ambitions in Asia. Radchenko shows that Gorbachev began with big gestures, of which the most important was his initiative in Vladivostok in July 1986, the opening salvo of the Soviet charm offensive in Asia Pacific. The problem, Radchenko points out, was that no one in Asia bought into Gorbachev's vision. If the Soviets had realized earlier that they needed Asia more than Asia needed them, they might have played a much more important role there. Instead, China was largely misunderstood, early gains in India were squandered, Japan was ignored or condescended to, and the Korean scenario played out in ways most unfavorable to Russia. Radchenko captures all of this in his compelling narrative, shedding important new light on many key players, including Gorbachev, Deng Xiaoping, Margaret Thatcher, Boris Yeltsin, and George H. W. Bush, among others. Based on archival research in Russia, China, Mongolia, India, the United States, Britain, and numerous European countries and on interviews with former policy makers in a dozen countries, Unwanted Visionaries presents a deftly narrated and penetrating portrait of the Soviet failure in the East, with a wealth of valuable insight into Asia today.



Fools and Visionaries

Fools and Visionaries Author Mick Smith
ISBN-10 1462826970
Release 2009-08-06
Pages 242
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When William Henry O’Donner, Democratic governor from Pennsylvania, wins the Democratic party nomination for president of the United States in the summer of 2008, and then the presidency in that fall’s general elections, he became the first from his party to wrest control of the White House from the Republicans since the end of the last century. Given the bitterness of losing the elections in 2000 to the Republican candidate, Benjamin Croft, the left wing of the Democratic party was ecstatic over the win and saw it as their opportunity to fundamentally change the direction the country had taken after September 11, 2001, when – in their minds – the Republican presidency of Benjamin Croft had instituted repressive measures in an attempt to protect the country from another attack by elements of radical Islam. At long last, they were in a position to remove all American combat forces from the Middle East (who they viewed as occupation troops in an illegal war), remove all barriers to immigration, and to institute political measures to ensure the predominance of the left-leaning Democratic party for generations to come. As the political drama unfolds after the inauguration of President William Henry O’Donner on January 20, 2009, Dr. Ross Shepard – former Navy SEAL team leader and current professor of political science at Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina – is preparing his students for final spring exams when he receives a call from an old friend in his military past. Still at the Pentagon and part of Homeland Security, Commander Frank Reddings alerts Dr. Ross Shepard of Internet chatter the National Security Administration has been picking up for the last few months which leads it to believe involves a divergence of strategy by Al Qaeda. It appears Al Qaeda is attempting to move away from “hard targets” like New York and Washington, D.C., toward softer targets in the Southeast. CDR Reddings wants Dr. Ross Shepard to organize and maintain a Southeastern Threat Assessment Group (STAG) to prepare to fend off any attempts by Al Qaeda to attack the southeastern section of the country. With some misgivings, Dr. Ross Shepard agrees to do so and is quickly swept up in a web of intrigue involving shaheed (suicide) bombers, nuclear politics, and love.