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My Opposition

Author : Friedrich Kellner
ISBN : 9781108418294
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is a truly unique account of Nazi Germany at war and of one man's struggle against totalitarianism. A mid-level official in a provincial town, Friedrich Kellner kept a secret diary from 1939 to 1945, risking his life to record Germany's path to dictatorship and genocide and to protest his countrymen's complicity in the regime's brutalities. Just one month into the war he notes how soldiers on leave spoke openly about the extermination of the Jews and the murder of POWs while he also documents the Gestapo's merciless rule at home from euthanasia campaigns against the handicapped and mentally ill to the execution of anyone found listening to foreign broadcasts. This essential testimony of everyday life under the Third Reich is accompanied by a foreword by Alan Steinweis and the remarkable story of how the diary was brought to light by Robert Scott Kellner, Friedrich's grandson.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Oppositions And Ideology In News Discourse

Author : Matt Davies
ISBN : 9781441180605
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Investigates how binary oppositions are constructed discursively and how they are used in news reports in the British press.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Smooth Sailing How To Avoid Storms In Your Ministry

Author : Jerry Wilkins
ISBN : 9781634173940
Genre : Religion
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For over forty years of serving the ministry, twenty-eight years of service as the associational missionary for the Tuscaloosa County Baptist Association, and for working with eighty-seven churches and more than four hundred pastors and other ministers, Jerry Wilkins have experienced all kinds of storms a ministry can encounter. From heavy storms like hurricanes that can crumble a church’s foundation to the smaller ones like headwinds, petty quarrels and misunderstandings, he has withstood them all. With all that he’s went through, Jerry shares his insights and expertise on how to overcome all kinds of storms that may occur in the ministry and in the community. Through his book, Smooth Sailing for Your Ministry: How to Avoid Storms in Your Ministry, he imparts a comprehensive guide for pastors and leaders in the ministry on how to address the multitude of threats that the ministry would face. He extensively tackles various factors that can affect the smooth sailing ways in the ministry. Being able to identify and act on these threats and factors will eventually lead to growth, development, and a smooth sailing ministry. For the sake of the community, our family, and the kingdom, a pastor can successfully weather all storms he encounters with the help of this book. It is a must-read for any serious missionary or Christian shepherd.
Category: Religion

Psychiatry And Philosophy

Author : Erwin W. Straus
ISBN : 9783642879845
Genre : Medical
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The three essays reprinted in this book were first published in 1963 as individual chapters of a psychiatric treatise entitled Psychiatrie der Gegen wart (Psychiatry of the Present Day). The editors, W. H. GRUHLE (Bonn), R. JUNG (Freiburg/Br. ), W. MAYER-GROSS (Birmingham, England), M. MUL LER (Bern, Switzerland), had not planned an encyclopedic presentation; they did not intend to present a "handbook" which would be as complete as possible in details and bibliographic reference. Their intention was to "raze the walls" separating Continental and Anglo-Saxon psychiatries and to offer a synopsis of developments in psychiatry during the last decades on an international basis. The editors requested, therefore, cooperation of scholars from many foreign countries, large and small, on both sides of the Atlantic. A section entitled "Borderlands of Psychiatry", in which MARGARET MEAD (New York) discusses the relation of "Psychiatry and Ethnology", HANS HEIMAN (Bern), the relation of "Religion und Psychiatrie", and ROBERT VOLMER (Paris), "Art et Psychiatrie", is a good illustration of the trilingual character of the whole work. Two of the editors, GRUHLE and MAYER-GROSS, died before the publi cation had been completed. In a kind of posthumous eulogy, Professor JUNG and Professor MULLER praised the initiative and accomplishments of MAYER-GROSS, "who during the last five years of his life had given a great deal of his time to this work. He had set his mind on a synthesis of German and Anglo-Saxon psychiatry.
Category: Medical

The Irish Jurist

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ISBN : HARVARD:HL5DXO
Genre : Law
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Category: Law

Readings On Color The Philosophy Of Color

Author : Alex Byrne
ISBN : 0262522306
Genre : Philosophy
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Color is an endlessly fascinating subject to philosophers, scientists, andlaypersons, as well an an instructive microcosm of cognitive science. In these two anthologies, AlexByrne and David Hilbert present a survey of the important recent philosophical and scientificwritings on color. The introduction to volume 1 provides a philosophical background and links thephilosophical issues to the empirical work covered in volume 2. The bibliographyin volume 1 is an extensive resource for those doing philosophical work on color. The scientificselections in volume 2 present work in color science that is relevant to philosophical thinkingabout color; the material is comprehensive and sophisticated enough to be useful to the scientificreader. The introduction to volume 2 is an overview of color science; the volume also containssuggestions for further reading.
Category: Philosophy