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Semper Attentus

Author : Konrad F. Springer
ISBN : 9783642667350
Genre : Medical
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In Japan wurde es seit dem 8. Jahrhundert als Ehrung für bedeutende Männer angesehen, sich zu ihrem 65. Geburtstag zu versammeln und den Jubilar zu feiern. Ich freue mich, diese Tradition in der einem Verleger gemäßen schriftlichen Form fortsetzen zu dürfen. Daß dies möglich wurde, danke ich Autoren des Verlags und Freunden Heinz Götzes, die sich an dieser festlichen Versammlung so bereitwillig mit einem Bei trag beteiligt haben. In wenigen einleitenden Worten und nur an einigen Beispielen möchte ich aufzeigen, was die Zusammenarbeit mit Heinz Götze mir persönlich und dem Verlag bedeutet. Für alle, die ihn kennen, ist sein Lebensweg, so sehr er durch die Einflüsse der Zeit umgeleitet erscheinen mag, gar nicht so erstaunlich und ein Spiegelbild seiner vielfältig begabten, von einem unwiderstehlichen Wissensdrang geleiteten Persönlichkeit. Herr Dr. Götze wurde am 8. August 1912 in Dresden geboren. Im Jahre 1932 bestand er das Abitur als Klassenbester an der dortigen Dreikönigsschule. Er war vielseitig begabt und bei Lehrern und Mitschü lern gleichermaßen beliebt. Beim Orchesterkonzert anläßlich der Entlas sungsfeier wirkte er als Solist am Flügel mit. Der Brief eines damaligen Mitschülers zeichnet das Bild der vielseitigen, durchaus} weltlichen
Category: Medical

Sic Semper Res Publica

Author : Nathan Richendollar
ISBN : 9781490807676
Genre : Political Science
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Sic Semper Res Publica describes how America is following down the road of the Roman Republic, Ming Chinese Dynasty, Tokugawa Shogunate, and many other fallen civilizations. It was written by a sixteen-year-old AP student from Michigan who wrote it to preserve his sanity as he observed what happened around him in the past decade. It discusses the Founders’ idea for a republic, the threats we face from oligarchy, socialism, corporations, government, and a lack of morals alike, and stresses the need for self-enlightenment and honesty in society. Learn how to stop America’s demise and fight for our experiment in republican democracy!
Category: Political Science

Aquinas On Human Self Knowledge

Author : Therese Scarpelli Cory
ISBN : 9781107042926
Genre : History
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A study of Aquinas's theory of self-knowledge, situated within the mid-thirteenth-century debate and his own maturing thought on human nature.
Category: History

Semper Reformanda

Author : Barbara Pitkin
ISBN : 9783647552736
Genre : Religion
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The chapters in this volume contribute to recent scholarship exploring the reform of worship as a central feature of Protestant communities at their inception and through the ages. Case studies ranging from sixteenth-century Geneva and its environs to the early modern Netherlands and South Asia to nineteenth-century America provide a corrective to traditional depictions of Reformed worship as a static, sober, interior, and largely individual experience focused on the sermon. The key moments in the broad stream of Reformed worship traditions analysed by an international team of experts yield collectively an image of the adaptive and negotiated character of worship attitudes and practices over time and in varied cultural settings. The contributions examine the phenomenon of worship in broadly construed ways and from angles ranging from ritual studies, liturgical innovation, material culture, and social impact. A second ‘red thread’ running through the volume concerns the material, sensory, emotional, and experiential dimensions of Reformed religious culture. Worship emerges as both a site of conflict and renewal in Reformed traditions, inspiring not only confrontations and debates but also fruitful engagements that stimulated and continue to invite reflection on this critical category of Reformed faith traditions, self-understandings, and cultural impact.
Category: Religion

Robert Kilwardby On The Human Soul

Author : José Filipe Silva
ISBN : 9789004226623
Genre : Philosophy
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Robert Kilwardby on the Human Soul examines Kilwardby’s role in conciliating Aristotelian and Augustinian views on the soul, soul-body relation, and cognition. The detailed investigation into Kilwardby’s pluralism of forms sheds new light into the Oxford Prohibitions of 1277.
Category: Philosophy

Analysis Of The Phenomena Of The Human Mind

Author : James Mill
ISBN : UOM:39015051144205
Genre : Psychology
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"Philosophical inquiries into the human mind have for their main, and ultimate object, the exposition of its more complex phenomena. It is necessary, however, that the simple should be premised; because they are the elements of which the complex are formed; and because a distinct knowledge of the elements is indispensable to an accurate conception of that which is compounded of them"--Introduction. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2009 APA, all rights reserved).
Category: Psychology

The Life Within

Author : Stephen Houston
ISBN : 9780300196023
Genre : Art
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Beautifully written and illustrated, The Life Within is the first full study of the vitality and materiality of Classic Maya art and writing and the quest for transcendence and immortality.
Category: Art

Thomas Aquinas On Human Nature

Author : Robert Pasnau
ISBN : 0521001897
Genre : Philosophy
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A major new study of Aquinas and his central project: the understanding of human nature.
Category: Philosophy

Semper Fi

Author : J.W. MINTON
ISBN : 9781452573625
Genre : Fiction
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Families are like snowflakes, in that no two are exactly alike. Each individual has a part to play on the stage of family drama, and those characters can be so different and yet so much alike as they share that clan identity. An individual can change the name or wear a mask, and move away to seek obscurity or fashion some other identity on near or distant frontiers or foreign shores, to dwell among strangers. Fame and fortune are calling, and for some a hermit’s life is more attractive. The American traditions of love and romance, marriage and creation of another family institution have conventional conservative designs, but occasionally there is the unorthodox merger of opposites or the union of similar spirits in a compatible but unconventional connubial design. Children are born and grow up in these milieus to inaugurate their own family dramas, taking with them into those relationships all the features that genetics, nature and nurture have provided to equip them for assuming their place to play their part in the drama of human life in the American family tradition. This story is about one of those resulting families of unconventional design.
Category: Fiction

Semper Secure Electronic Marketplace For Europe

Author : Gerard Lacoste
ISBN : 9783540678250
Genre : Business & Economics
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This monograph constitutes a major contribution to the development of secure electronic commerce. The book is based on the European R&D project SEMPER - Secure Electronic Marketplace for Europe which aims at securing electronic commerce as a whole by developing a technical security framework realized as a middleware. The first part of this monograph presents an introduction to electronic commerce in general and provides an overview of the proposed solutions; this part is accessible to everybody seriously interested in the topic and does not require a technical background except some basic familiarity with the Internet. The second part presents fundamentally new scientific and engineering results and sets the scene for future R&D activities in securing electronic commerce.
Category: Business & Economics

Semper Fi Do Or Die

Author : Keith Laufenberg
ISBN : 9780615161884
Genre : History
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Follow a group of young men as they go through Marine Corps boot camp in 1962, at Parris Island, South Carolina, during the Cuban Missile Crisis, in 1962, and then on to their duty stations and, for some, Vietnam. If you want to know what the Marine Corps was really like in the 1960's and those that served during this tumultuous time in history this is the book for you!
Category: History

Treatise On The Human Mind 1666

Author : Louis de la Forge
ISBN : 9789401735902
Genre : Philosophy
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Descartes' philosophy represented one of the most explicit statements of mind-body dualism in the history of philosophy. Its most familiar expression is found in the Meditations (1641) and in Part I of The Principles 0/ Philosophy (1644). However neither of these books provided a detailed discussion of dualism. The Meditations was primarily concerned with finding a foundation for reliable human knowledge, while the Principles attempted to provide an alternative metaphysical framework, in contrast with scholastic philosophy, within which natural philosophy or a scien tific explanation of natural phenomena could be developed. Thus neither book ex plicitly presents a Cartesian theory of the mind nor does either give a detailed account of how, if dualism were accepted, mind and body would interact. The task of articulating such a theory was left to two further works, only one of which was completed by Descartes, viz. the Treatise on Man (published posthumously in 1664). The Treatise began with the following sentence, describing the hypothetical human beings who were to be explained in that work: 'These human beings will be com posed, as we are, of a soul and a body; and, first of all, I must describe the body for you separately; then, also separately, the soul; and fmally I must show you how these two natures would have to be joined and united to constitute human beings resembling us.
Category: Philosophy

Summa Theologiae Volume 12 Human Intelligence

Author : Thomas Aquinas
ISBN : 0521029201
Genre : Religion
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Paperback reissue of one volume of the English Dominicans' Latin/English edition of Thomas Aquinas' Summa Theologiae.
Category: Religion