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Beobachter

Author : Niklas Luhmann
ISBN : UVA:X001804383
Genre : Knowledge, Theory of
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Category: Knowledge, Theory of

How To Thrive In The Digital Age

Author : Tom Chatfield
ISBN : 9781447213055
Genre : History
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Our world is, increasingly, a digital one. Over half of the planet’s adult population now spend more of their waking hours ‘plugged in’ than not, whether to the internet, mobile telephony, or other digital media. To email, text, tweet and blog our way through our careers, relationships and even our family lives is now the status quo. But what effect is this need for constant connection really having? For the first time, Tom Chatfield examines what our wired life is really doing to our minds and our culture - and offers practical advice on how we can hope to prosper in a digital century. One in the new series of books from The School of Life, launched May 2012: How to Stay Sane by Philippa Perry How to Find Fulfilling Work by Roman Krznaric How to Worry Less About Money by John Armstrong How to Change the World by John-Paul Flintoff How to Thrive in the Digital Age by Tom Chatfield How to Think More About Sex by Alain de Botton
Category: History

Strategies Of Democratization

Author : Tatu Vanhanen
ISBN : 9781136548352
Genre : Political Science
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First Published in 1992. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Political Science

That Noble Science Of Politics

Author : Stefan Collini
ISBN : 0521277701
Genre : Political Science
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In this work, three historians of ideas examine the forms taken in nineteenth-century Britain to develop a 'science of politics'.
Category: Political Science

Reforming Local Government In Europe

Author : Norbert Kersting
ISBN : 9783663112587
Genre : Political Science
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Nearly all Western and Central European local government systems have been reformed since the 1990's. Taking into account variations in historical and national context, the book looks for different ways of local government reform, their emphases and their divergent trajectories.
Category: Political Science

The Persian Letters

Author : de Montesquieu, Charles
ISBN : 9781773138107
Genre : Fiction
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Persian Letters is a literary work, written in 1721, by Charles de Secondat, baron de Montesquieu, recounting the experiences of two Persian noblemen, Usbek and Rica, who are traveling through France.
Category: Fiction

Edge Of Empire

Author : Jane M. Jacobs
ISBN : 9781134810857
Genre : Social Science
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Edge of Empire examines struggles over urban space in three contemporary first world cities in an attempt to map the real geographies of colonialism and postcolonialism as manifest in modern society. From London, the one-time heart of the empire, to Perth and Brisbane, scenes of Aboriginal claims for the sacred in the space of the modern city, Jacobs emphasises the global geography of the local and unravels the spatialised cultural politics of postcolonial processes. Edge of Empire forms the basis for understanding imperialism over space and time, and is a recognition of the unruly spatial politics of race and nation, nature and culture, past and present.
Category: Social Science

Gandhi

Author : Kathryn Tidrick
ISBN : 9781781682395
Genre : Political Science
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Throughout his long and turbulent career as a political leader, first in South Africa and then in India, Gandhi sought to fulfil his religious aspirations through politics and to reconcile politics with personal religious conviction. But Gandhi’s religion was wildly divergent from anything to have taken root in his native India. Foremost among his private tenets was the belief that he was a world saviour, long prophesied and potentially divine. Penetrating and provocative, Kathryn Tidrick’s book draws on neglected material to explore the paradoxes within Gandhi’s life and personality. She reveals a man whose spiritual ideas originated not in India, but in the drawing rooms of late-Victorian England, and which included some very eccentric and damaging notions about sex. The resulting portrait is complex, convincing and, to anyone interested in the legacy of colonialism, more enlightening than any previously published. The Gandhi revealed here is not the secular saint of popular renown, but a difficult and self-obsessed man driven by a messianic sense of personal destiny. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Category: Political Science

Kant And Political Philosophy

Author : Ronald Beiner
ISBN : 0300066414
Genre : Philosophy
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Written by internationally renowned scholars such as John Rawls, Jurgen Habermas, Charles Taylor, and Hans Georg Gadamer as well new scholars in the field, this book illuminates the ways in which contemporary thinkers differ regarding Kantian philosophy and Kant's legacy to political and ethical theory.
Category: Philosophy

Real Civil Societies

Author : Jeffrey C Alexander
ISBN : 0761958207
Genre : Social Science
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In recent social and political theory the term `civil society' has achieved renewed currency. Traditionally used in a normative or `ideal-type' sense, the term describes a form of social organization - that is simply neither economic nor political - where democracy, liberty and widespread solidarity are essential regulatory concepts. Written from an empirical social-science perspective by some of the world's most important social theorists, this volume is a critical examination of the normative sense of `civil society'. It includes analyses of civil society and democracy, citizenship, race and ethnicity, and post-communism.
Category: Social Science