The feeling is mutual

The feeling is mutual Author Neal E. Yates
ISBN-10 0977618269
Release 2011
Pages 207
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Mutual Aid

Mutual Aid Author Peter Kropotkin
ISBN-10 9781605206646
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 372
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Oscar Wilde deemed his life "perfect," and described him as a man with "a soul of that beautiful white Christ which seems coming out of Russia." He is PETER ALEXEYEVICH KROPOTKIN (1842-1921), communist advocate and "anarchist prince." Mutual Aid: A Factor of Evolution, first published in 1902, is his best known book. Written as a series of essays for a British literary journal, this intriguing work filters concepts of evolution through Kropotkin's appreciation for altruism and anarchy, positing cooperation not merely as a beneficial political concept but as an approach that has been-and will continue to be-vital to the long-term survival of humanity. Kropotkin explores "mutual aid" among "animals," "savages," "barbarians," and in the medieval and modern world, and also discusses nesting associations, checks to overmultiplication, adaptations to avoid competition, the origin of the family, the origin of the guilds, and other related issues. Anyone interested in the science of evolution and its influence on the shape of human societies will find this a fascinated read.



A Theory of Feelings

A Theory of Feelings Author Agnes Heller
ISBN-10 9781461632887
Release 2009-02-16
Pages 242
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A Theory of Feelings examines the problem of human feelings, widely understood, from phenomenological, analytic, and historical perspectives. It begins with an analysis of drives and affects, and pursues the nature of 'feeling' itself, in all of its variability, through a close study of the distinctive categories of emotions, emotional dispositions, orientive feelings, and the passions. As such, the starting point of the anlysis entails an examination of the characteristics of human involvement, or our ways of being in the world. Building upon this assessment of the conditions of human involvement, the philosophical history and emotional economy characteristic of modern relationships is treated, and the nature of expression, social division, suffering, and responsibility is evaluated in light of the theory of feeling presented here. The book is recommended to anyone interested in philosophy, psychology, sociology, and cognitive science.



Education Religion and Society

Education  Religion and Society Author Dennis Bates
ISBN-10 0415365627
Release 2006
Pages 276
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Education, Religion and Society celebrates the career of Professor John Hull, a leading figure in the transformation of religious education in English and Welsh schools, and co-founder of the International Seminar on Religious Education and Values. He has also made major contributions to the theology of disability and the theological critique of the 'money culture'. Leading international scholars join together to offer a critical appreciation of his contribution to religious education and practical theology, and explore the continuing debate about the role of religious education in promoting international understanding, intercultural education and human rights. The contributors also deal with indoctrination, racism and relationship in Christian religious issues, and examine aspects of the theology of social exclusion and disability. This unique book includes a complete list of John Hull's writings up to the beginning of 2005 providing both an excellent introduction to contemporary issues of religious education in the West, and the most complete critical account yet of his work.



Whiskey Words a Shovel III

Whiskey Words   a Shovel III Author r.h. Sin
ISBN-10 9781449486891
Release 2017-04-04
Pages 336
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r.h. Sin’s final volume in the Whiskey, Words, and a Shovel series expands on the passion and vigor of his first two installments. His stanzas inspire strength through the raw, emotional energy and the vulnerability of his poems. Relationships, love, pain, and fortitude are powerfully rendered in his poetry, and his message of perseverance in the face of emotional turmoil cuts to the heart of modern-day life. At roughly 300 pages, this culminating volume will be his lengthiest yet.



Others

Others Author Joseph Hillis Miller
ISBN-10 0691012237
Release 2001
Pages 284
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This volume fulfills the author's career-long reflections on radical otherness in literature. J. Hillis Miller investigates otherness through ten nineteenth- and twentieth-century authors: Friedrich Schlegel, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, Anthony Trollope, Joseph Conrad, W. B. Yeats, E. M. Forster, Marcel Proust, Paul de Man, and Jacques Derrida. From the exquisite close readings for which he is celebrated, Miller reaps a capacious understanding of otherness--one reachable not through theory but through literature itself. Otherness has wide valence in contemporary literary and cultural studies and is often understood as a misconception by hegemonic groups of subaltern ones. In a pleasing counter to this, Others conceives of otherness as something that inhabits sameness. Instances of the ''wholly other'' within the familiar include your sense of self or your beloved, your sense of your culture as such, or your experience of literary, theoretical, and philosophical works that belong to your own culture--works that are themselves haunted by otherness. Though Others begins and ends with chapters on theorists, the testimony they offer about otherness is not taken as more compelling than that of such literary works as Dicken's Our Mutual Friend, Conrad's ''The Secret Sharer,'' Yeats's ''Cold Heaven,'' or Proust's Remembrance of Things Past. Otherness, as this book finds it in the writers read, is not an abstract concept. It is an elusive feature of specific verbal constructs, different in each case. It can be glimpsed only through close readings that respect this diversity, as the plural in the title--Others--indicates. We perceive otherness in the way that the unseen--and the characters' emotional responses to it--ripples the conservative ideological surface of Howard's End. We sense it as chaos in Schlegel's radical concept of irony. And we gaze at it in the multiple personifications of Heart of Darkness. Each testifies in its own way to the richness and tangible weight of an otherness close at hand.



The Emergence of Whitehead s Metaphysics 1925 1929

The Emergence of Whitehead s Metaphysics  1925 1929 Author Lewis S. Ford
ISBN-10 087395856X
Release 1984
Pages 351
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A breathtaking detective story, this book charts the adventure of Whitehead s ideas in a remarkably detailed and careful reconstruction of his metaphysical views. Incorporating heretofore unpublished material from students notes and correspondence, Professor Ford analyzes the order of composition of various portions of Whitehead s books, principally Science and the Modern World, Religion in the Making, and Process and Reality. Ford s reconstructive method is perfectly tailored to his subject, for Whitehead revised by inserting new material rather than altering or deleting the old. Thus Ford is able to date the sequence of the composition of many passages. In distinguishing these layers of articulation, he has pushed the techniques of higher criticism beyond anything the French structuralists and deconstructionists have dreamed of and chronicled an extraordinary intellectual biography."



Just Friends

Just Friends Author Billy Taylor
ISBN-10 1530511518
Release 2016-03-11
Pages 300
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A Mutual Aid Model for Social Work with Groups

A Mutual Aid Model for Social Work with Groups Author Dominique Moyse Steinberg
ISBN-10 9781134473014
Release 2014-02-24
Pages 280
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Group work is a popular and widely used social work method. Focusing particularly on the central role of mutual aid in effective group work, this text presents the theoretical base, outlines core principles, and introduces the skills for translating those theories and principles into practice. A Mutual-Aid Model for Social Work with Groups will help readers to catalyze the strengths of group members such that they become better problem solvers in all areas of life from the playroom to the boardroom. Increased coverage of evaluation and evidence-based practice speaks to the field’s growing concern with monitoring process and assessing progress. The book also includes: worker-based obstacles to mutual aid, their impact, and their antidotes pre-group planning including new discussion on curriculum groups group building by prioritizing certain goals and norms in the new group the significance of time and place on mutual aid and the role of the group worker maintaining mutual aid during so-called individual problem solving an expanded discussion of anti-oppression and anti-oppressive practice unlocking a group’s potential to make difference and conflict useful special considerations in working with time-limited, open-ended, and very large groups. Case examples are used throughout to help bridge the gap between theory and practice, and exercises for class or field, help learners to immediately apply conceptual material to their practice. All resources required to carry out the exercises are contained in over 20 appendices at the end of the book. Key points at the end of each chapter recap the major concepts presented, and a roster of recommended reading for each chapter points the reader to further resources on each topic. Designed to support ethical and successful practice, this textbook is an essential addition to the library of any social work student or human service practitioner working with groups.



The Concepts of Life

The Concepts of Life Author Anna Roberts
ISBN-10 9781609767730
Release 2011-03
Pages 64
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Filled with real-life experiences, The Concepts of Life reminds us all to take one day at a time as we travel down life's long and winding road. It teaches us that there are many tomorrows, and as we live each day, we should always make the best of things, just as author Anna Roberts has done. Rest your mind, relax, and enjoy this enlightening book that you won't be able to put down.Anna Roberts resides in California, where she is working on her next book. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/TheConceptsOfLife.html



Strangers in the House

Strangers in the House Author William R. Beer
ISBN-10 9781412835190
Release 1989-01-01
Pages 146
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If present trends in divorce and remarriage continue, before the end of the century the stepfamily will outnumber all other types of family in the United States. In 1980 one out of five children under the age of eight were living in stepfamilies, and there were at least two million households in which the children were relation only by marriage (stepsiblings) or who shared only one parent in common (half-siblings). How are these new kinds of family relationships working out? In particular, how are children faring in these kinds of families? There are a number of books on the successes and difficulties of second marriages that involve children, but most of these look at problems from the perspective of one or both spouses. Popular literature in particular had emphasized the problem of the new spouse who “inherits a family,” without really focusing on the relationships among stepsiblings. Strangers in the House focuses on the children of these marriages- both stepsiblings and half-siblings, and the relationships among them with the parents. It is a report on how they are faring, drawn from the results of original research by the author: case studies of stepfamilies, interviews with stepsiblings and half-siblings, a survey of members of the Stepfamily Association of America, and participation in three step family self-help groups. The result is a vivid portrait of nontraditional family constellations that provides an overview of changes in American families, the increased divorce and remarriage rates, and how stepfamilies differ from other families. Beer identifies major problem areas in stepsibling relations and shows how youngsters are adapting to these special situations. He examines classic rivalries over love, attention, space, and property shows how these are worked out within these special circumstances. The book concludes with an overview of the dynamics of sibling relations in these special families and analyzes how the stepsibling subsystem fits into the larger family structure. Beer shows that in many respects the problems of these families characterize changes in the social structure in postindustrial society.



The Path of Love

The Path of Love Author Ronald D. Cowen
ISBN-10 9781460249208
Release 2015-02-06
Pages 192
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The Buddha was a scientist. Instead of using a microscope or a particle accelerator, the Buddha used ESP. He had several psychic powers that allowed him to perceive in detail the psychology of karma, the evolution of consciousness, and subatomic particles. He discovered love and self-love to be organizing principles that evolved early in the history of intelligent consciousness, especially with regard to feelings and emotions. Every person has the deepest need to love and be loved. He solved the mind-body problem by perceiving the physical basis of intelligent consciousness. These psychic powers are acknowledged in Hindu and Buddhist scriptures, but extremely few people have them. This book is essentially a meditation report written by someone who has them. While this sounds like an invitation to return this book to the shelf in a bookstore, it also documents in depth another report by a physicist, Stephen Phillips, who relates in comprehensive detail the relationship between modern superstring theory and extrasensory observation of the elements of the periodic table by Annie Besant and Charles Leadbeater of the Theosophical Society. This strong connection between modern physics and psychic powers of the Buddha is a real challenge to both the modern scientist and the modern Buddhist.



Conglomeration of Feelings

Conglomeration of Feelings Author Jeff Fleischman
ISBN-10 9780759664500
Release 2002-06-06
Pages 122
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A book for any generation and all walks of life, Conglomeration of Feelings rings the bell of emotional trials and answers the call of the heart. From the deepest well of internal darkness to the ever-present and mysterious joys of love and its departure, the entire landscape of mind and soul is ventured upon. Having experienced much loss and love early in life, the author reaches out to lend insight into many difficult and heartwarming occurrences from birth to death and everything in between. Conglomeration of Feelings is a book of free-verse poetry, used as a showcase for displaying various forms of strength and meekness of the human spirit. Finding the words to describe our thoughts and feelings has never been an easy task, but this book will help you comprehend the hidden meaning behind your most intimate and personal emotions. Let this Conglomeration of Feelings help you to describe and understand you’re life experiences!



Wise Choices Apt Feelings

Wise Choices  Apt Feelings Author Allan Gibbard
ISBN-10 9780198249849
Release 1992
Pages 346
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This treatise explores what is at issue in narrowly moral questions, and in questions of rational thought and conduct in general. It helps to explain why normative thought and talk so pervade human life, and why our highly social species might have evolved to be gripped by these questions. The author asks how, if his theory is right, we can interpret our normative puzzles, and thus proceed toward finding answers to them.



The Theory of Moral Sentiments

The Theory of Moral Sentiments Author Adam Smith (économiste)
ISBN-10 BCUL:1092833967
Release 1761
Pages 436
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The Theory of Moral Sentiments has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Theory of Moral Sentiments also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Theory of Moral Sentiments book for free.



Sartre s Ethics of Engagement

Sartre s Ethics of Engagement Author T. Storm Heter
ISBN-10 9780826426031
Release 2009-06-15
Pages 174
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A refreshing alternative to the longstanding view that Sartre is an extreme individualist, placing him instead at the centre of the debate over civic virtue and democratic participation.



Feelings at the Margins

Feelings at the Margins Author Thomas Stodulka
ISBN-10 9783593500058
Release 2014-06-18
Pages 234
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This book integrates social anthropological, political, and historical perspectives on the emotional impact of marginalization, stigmatization and violence in present-day Indonesia. The authors' combined focus on regional particularities and universal dimensions of experiencing and dealing with social, economic and psychological adversities targets scholars who share regional interest in the archipelago and researchers concerned with theoretical aspects of the interplay between power asymmetries, agency, emotion and culture.