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Darwin S Worms

Author : Adam Phillips
ISBN : 9780786748617
Genre : Psychology
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Adam Phillips has been called "the psychotherapist of the floating world" and "the closest thing we have to a philosopher of happiness." His style is epigrammatic; his intelligence, electric. His new book, Darwin's Worms, uses the biographical details of Darwin's and Freud's lives to examine endings-suffering, mortality, extinction, and death. Both Freud and Darwin were interested in how destruction conserves life. They took their inspiration from fossils or from half-remembered dreams. Each told a story that has altered our perception of our lives. For Darwin, Phillips explains, "the story to tell was how species can drift towards extinction; for Freud, the story was how the individual tended to, and tended towards his own death." In each case, it is a death story that uniquely illuminates the life story.
Category: Psychology

Darwin S Worms On Life Stories And Death Stories

Author : Adam Phillips
ISBN : UCSC:32106012435654
Genre : Psychology
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Offers an exploration of death and loss through an examination of some of Darwin's and Freud's most famous findings.
Category: Psychology

Charles Darwin And Victorian Visual Culture

Author : Jonathan Smith
ISBN : 9780521856904
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A highly illustrated account of Darwin's visual representations of his theories, and their influence on Victorian literature, art and culture, first published in 2006.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Cognitive Animal

Author : Marc Bekoff
ISBN : 0262523221
Genre : Psychology
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An interdisciplinary anthology of essays on animal cognition.
Category: Psychology

Scientists Debate Gaia

Author : Penelope J. Boston
ISBN : 0262194988
Genre : Science
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Leading scientists bring the controversy over Gaia up to date by exploring a broad range of recent thinking on Gaia theory.
Category: Science

Darwin On Earthworms

Author : Charles Darwin
ISBN : 0916302067
Genre : Earthworms
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Category: Earthworms

Renaissance Shakespeare Shakespeare Renaissances

Author : Martin Procházka
ISBN : 9781611494617
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Selected contributions to the most prestigious international event in Shakespeare studies, the Ninth World Shakespeare Congress (2011), represent major trends in the field in historical and present-day contexts. Special attention is given to the impact of Shakespeare on diverse cultures, from the Native Americans to China and Japan.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Formation Of Vegetable Mould Through The Action Of Worms With Observations On Their Habits

Author : Charles Darwin
ISBN : 9781473374836
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Difficult to obtain in its original print this classic work on ecology is a fascinating read for anybody with a passion for systems in the natural world. Originally published in 1896. Contents include; Habits of Worms, The amount of fine earth bought up by worms to the surface, The part which worms have played in the burial of Ancient Buildings, The action of worms in the Denudation of the Land, The Denudation of the Land and Conclusion... Introduction: The share which worms have taken in the formation of the layer of vegetable mould, which covers the whole surface of the land in every moderately humid country, is the subject of the present volume..... Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900's and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork. It comes complete with a specially commissioned new biography of the author.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Darwin The Writer

Author : George Levine
ISBN : 9780191620621
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species, arguably the most important book written in English in the nineteenth century, transformed the way we looked at the world. It is usually assumed that this is because the idea of evolution was so staggeringly powerful. Prize-winning author George Levine suggests that much of its influence was due, in fact, to its artistry; to the way it was written. Alive with metaphor, vivid descriptions, twists, hesitations, personal exclamations, and humour, the prose is imbued with the sorts of tensions, ambivalences, and feelings characteristic of great literature. Although it is certainly a work of "science," the Origin is equally a work of "literature," at home in the company of celebrated Victorian novels such as Middlemarch and Bleak House, books that give us a unique yet recognisable sense of what the world is really like, while not being literally 'true'. Darwin's enormous cultural success, Levine contends, depended as much on the construction of his argument and the nature of his language, as it did on the power of his ideas and his evidence. By challenging the dominant reading of his work, this impassioned and energetic book gives us a Darwin who is comic rather than tragic, ebullient rather than austere, and who takes delight in the wild and fluid entanglement of things.
Category: Literary Criticism

Fundamental Processes In Ecology

Author : David M Wilkinson
ISBN : 0198568460
Genre : Science
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The book presents a way to study ecosystems that is not yet available in current textbooks but is resonant with current thinking in the emerging fields of geobiology and Earth System Science. It asks and endeavours to answer the question, "what are the really fundamental characteristics of living systems that might allow them to sustain life?" The author goes on to show how the idea of fundamental ecological processes can be developed at the systems level, specifically their involvement in control and feedback mechanisms. This is not a popular science book about Gaian theory, instead it is written as a text and is directed at a predominantly scientific audience.
Category: Science