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Beyond What Is Given

Author : Rebecca Yarros
ISBN : 9781633753921
Genre : Fiction
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Be careful what you wish for... Lt. Grayson Masters is focused on graduating the Apache helicopter course, and the last thing he needs is his gorgeous new roommate Samantha Fitzgerald distracting him. While her smart mouth and free spirit are irresistibly irritating, he can't deny their off-the-charts chemistry, no matter how hard he tries. Having just been expelled from college, Sam has no business digging for Grayson's secrets while she's hiding her own, but that doesn't stop her from trying to tear down his walls. Each barrier she busts through drops one of her own, though, and she's not prepared for the truth: another woman laid claim to Grayson's heart long ago. Falling in love is something neither Grayson nor Sam can afford, and when that line is crossed and secrets are exposed, they'll learn that sometimes it's the answered prayers that will put you through hell. Series order: Flight & Glory Book 1: Full Measures Flight & Glory Book 2: Eyes Turned Skyward Flight & Glory Book 3: Beyond What is Given Flight & Glory Book 4: Hallowed Ground
Category: Fiction

Beyond Given Knowledge

Author : Harri Veivo
ISBN : 9783110567687
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The effort to go beyond given knowledge in different domains – artistic, scientific, political, metaphysical – is a characteristic driving force in modernism and the avant-gardes. Since the late 19th century, artists and writers have frequently investigated their medium and its limits, pursued political and religious aims, and explored hitherto unknown physical, social and conceptual spaces, often in ways that combine these forms of critical inquiry into one and provoke further theoretical and methodological innovations. The fifth volume of the EAM series casts light on the history and actuality of investigations, quests and explorations in the European avant-garde and modernism from the late 19th century to the present day. The authors seek to answer questions such as: How have modernism and the avant-garde appropriated scientific knowledge, religious dogmas and social conventions, pursuing their investigation beyond the limits of given knowledge and conceptions? How have modernism and avant-garde created new conceptual models or representations where other discourses have allegedly failed? In what ways do practises of investigation, quest or exploration shape artistic work or the formal and thematic structures of artworks?
Category: Literary Criticism

Beyond The Information Given

Author : Jerome S. Bruner
ISBN : 0415576245
Genre : Education
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In this book are gathered together Jerome Bruner’s major papers on the "psychology of knowing". Spanning virtually the entire range of knowledge acquired from infancy onwards, they present the complete spectrum of his research, theories, and ideas concerning perception, thought, skills ( of the eye, hand, ear, tongue and mind) developed in childhood, mental representation and cognition, the process of discovery and the nature and techniques of education. This will be invaluable not only for students of psychology, but also for a wider readership including teachers, doctors, biologists, sociologists and all who are interested in child development.
Category: Education

Women And The Gift

Author : Morny Joy
ISBN : 0253006643
Genre : Religion
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Recent inquiries into the concept of the gift have been largely male-dominated and thus have ignored important aspects of the gift from a woman's point of view. In the light of philosophical work by Mauss, Lévi-Strauss, Derrida, and Bataille, Women and the Gift reflects how women respond to the notion of the gift and relationships of giving. This collection evaluates and critiques previous work on the gift and also responds to how women view care, fidelity, generosity, trust, and independence in light of the gift.
Category: Religion

Intentionality And The Myths Of The Given

Author : Carl B Sachs
ISBN : 9781317317586
Genre : Philosophy
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Intentionality is one of the central problems of modern philosophy. How can a thought, action or belief be about something? Sachs draws on the work of Wilfrid Sellars, C I Lewis and Maurice Merleau-Ponty to build a new theory of intentionality that solves many of the problems faced by traditional conceptions.
Category: Philosophy

Beyond Constructivism

Author : Richard A. Lesh
ISBN : 0805838228
Genre : Education
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This book has two primary goals. On the level of theory development, the book clarifies the nature of an emerging "models and modeling perspective" about teaching, learning, and problem solving in mathematics and science education. On the level of emphasizing practical problems, it clarifies the nature of some of the most important elementary-but-powerful mathematical or scientific understandings and abilities that Americans are likely to need as foundations for success in the present and future technology-based information age. Beyond Constructivism: Models and Modeling Perspectives on Mathematics Problem Solving, Learning, and Teaching features an innovative Web site housing online appendices for each chapter, designed to supplement the print chapters with digital resources that include example problems, relevant research tools and video clips, as well as transcripts and other samples of students' work: http://tcct.soe.purdue.edu/booksULandULjournals/modelsULandUL modeling/ This is an essential volume for graduate-level courses in mathematics and science education, cognition and learning, and critical and creative thinking, as well as a valuable resource for researchers and practitioners in these areas.
Category: Education

Beyond Beta

Author : Samuel Kotz
ISBN : 9812701281
Genre : Mathematics
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Statistical distributions are fundamental to Statistical Science and are a prime indispensable tool for its applications. This monograph is the first to examine an important but somewhat neglected field OCo univariate continuous distribution on a bounded domain, excluding the beta distribution. It provides an elementary but thorough discussion of ''''novel'''' contributions developed in recent years, such as the two-sided power, generalized trapezoidal and generalized Topp and Leone distributions, among others. It discusses a general framework for constructing two-sided distributions and some of its properties. It contains a comprehensive chapter on the triangular distribution as well as a chapter on earlier extensions not emphasized in existing literature. Special attention is given to estimation, in particular, non-standard maximum likelihood procedures. The applications are drawn mainly from the econometric and engineering domains."
Category: Mathematics

Beyond Positive Thinking

Author : Jim Collins
ISBN : 9781621360650
Genre : Self-Help
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Author and motivational speaker, Jim Collins, explains how God’s Word can help you create the life you were designed to live by tapping into your God-given abilities. He emphasizes “life-application” of the truths in Scripture to help readers reach his or hers full potential. Beyond Positive Thinking expounds on the Scriptures, making them come alive so they are relatable to those living in the 21st Century. These principles will help readers achieve freedom from fear, anxiety and negative thinking.
Category: Self-Help

Beyond Cloning

Author : Ronald Cole-Turner
ISBN : 1563383179
Genre : Science
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This book examines the ways that Christians from a variety of different confessions can respond to the issue of genetic engineering.
Category: Science

Beyond Poverty Line

Author : Samuel Ehikhamen
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Genre : Self-Help
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The book Beyond Poverty Line is written to achieve one purpose and one purpose only, and that is to get you beyond poverty line and plant your feet there. This book is not a get rich quick scheme, but delivers to you the power to create wealth at your own pace and style. This book is written to help you understand: 1. That personality precedes accomplishment 2. That the rich personality is required in commanding wealth 3. The need for love, relationship, hope, patience, and thanksgiving in attracting and creating wealth 4. That the rich baby must be born and bred to command wealth These and many more are the secrets that await you in this book Beyond Poverty Line in getting you beyond poverty line.
Category: Self-Help