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Unlearning To Draw

Author : Peter Jenny
ISBN : 1616893737
Genre : Design
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Unlearning to Draw looks to the art of children and outsider artists for inspiration, advocating a return to carefree, untrained drawing and a renewed focus on the joys of making rather than on the end result. Author Peter Jenny encourages readers to use family photographs as the starting point to develop their own types of outsider art.
Category: Design


Author : Nader N. Chokr
ISBN : 9781845406790
Genre : Education
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One view of education (appealing to the Latin root "educare" – "to train or mold") aims to fill students' heads with knowledge and turn them into disciplined, normalized and potentially productive members of the workforce. An alternative (appealing to the Latin root "educere" – "to lead out or draw out") wants to produce well-trained minds and create individuals capable of questioning, critical thinking, imagination, and self-reflective deliberation as engaged citizens. This book commends a third way, inspired by the Greek notion of "paideia", which sees education as 'the process of educating person into their true form, the real and genuine human nature'. This education is not about learning a trade. It is a dynamic living thing in which the ability to UNlearn is essential for developing a good and capable citizen, trained for freedom, autonomy, and virtue.
Category: Education

Unlearning The Colonial Cultures Of Planning

Author : Libby Porter
ISBN : 9781317004271
Genre : Political Science
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Colonialization has never failed to provoke discussion and debate over its territorial, economic and political projects, and their ongoing consequences. This work argues that the state-based activity of planning was integral to these projects in conceptualizing, shaping and managing place in settler societies. Planning was used to appropriate and then produce territory for management by the state and in doing so, became central to the colonial invasion of settler states. Moreover, the book demonstrates how the colonial roots of planning endure in complex (post)colonial societies and how such roots, manifest in everyday planning practice, continue to shape land use contests between indigenous people and planning systems in contemporary (post)colonial states.
Category: Political Science

Unlearning The Basics

Author : Rishi Sativihari
ISBN : 9780861719334
Genre : Philosophy
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In fresh and inviting language and making frequent use of strikingly clear diagrams and illustrations, Unlearning the Basics challenges many of our common-sense understandings about ourselves and the world. The author lays out a new way of seeing that enables us to live more serenely, more compassionately, and more free from the slings and arrows of our busy lives. Along the way, Rishi Sativihari looks at love and grasping, at "the great unfixables," and at how vulnerability and pain feed the "evolution of character" -all in the service of helping us return to our true home and find new ways to flourish. Grounded in the Buddhist tradition yet completely free from the formulas of traditional, tired presentations, Unlearning the Basics has an informal, straightforward style that will immediately captivate the reader.
Category: Philosophy

Unlearning Church

Author : Mike Slaughter
ISBN : 9781426725166
Genre : Religion
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How many things does your church do just because that's the way it's always been done? Does your congregation value tradition over passion and stability over creativity? If so, it's time to unLearn. Leading congregations into a dynamic and prophetic future requires unLearning what you thought you knew about the church, leadership, and life. Pastor Michael Slaughter casts a vision for innovative and authentic congregations, and for the kind of leadership that can bring congregations to greater vitality and impact in today's postmodern culture. Readers will be challenged to gaze boldly beyond franchised church models to a dynamic embodiment of God's unique vision for each leader and each congregation. UnLearning congregations embrace new media and cultural trends, value transformation over information, and create a safe space for the tough and unanswerable questions of life. These are churches that lovingly dare to shoulder spiritual and prophetic leadership in our rapidly changing culture, re-articulating God's ancient purposes to create high-tech, high-touch environments in which people can become radical followers of Jesus Christ. Informed by Slaughter's thirty years of leadership at the innovative and mission-driven Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church, UnLearning Church offers readers guidance and insight into setting aside old identities, old expectations, and old ways of “doing church,” and inspires readers with examples of congregations already living out their mission to be creative and outwardly-focused communities of faith.
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Unlearning The Soviet Tongue

Author : Natalia Kovalyova
ISBN : 9780739191941
Genre : Political Science
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This book refines the discursive theory of democratization by juxtaposing the elite and lay discourses in post-Soviet Russia (1996–2008). Through examining how Russians position themselves as political subjects, the analysis demonstrates that Russians rarely identify as true democrats.
Category: Political Science

Unlearning Meditation

Author : Jason Siff
ISBN : 0834823144
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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When we meditate, our minds often want to do something other than the meditation instructions we've been taught. When that happens repeatedly, we may feel frustrated to the point of abandoning meditation altogether. Jason Siff invites us to approach meditation in a new way, one that honors the part of us that doesn't want to do the instructions. He teaches us how to become more tolerant of intense emotions, sleepiness, compelling thoughts, fantasies—the whole array of inner experiences that are usually considered hindrances to meditation. The meditation practice he presents in Unlearning Meditation is gentle, flexible, permissive, and honest, and it's been wonderfully effective for opening up meditation for people who thought they could never meditate, as well as for injecting a renewed energy for practice into the lives of seasoned practitioners.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Unlearning Indian Stereotypes

Author : CIBC Racism and Sexism Resource Center for Educators
ISBN : UOM:39015019130312
Genre : Children's literature
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Unlearning With Hannah Arendt

Author : Marie Luise Knott
ISBN : 9781783781126
Genre : Philosophy
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After observing the trial of Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem, Hannah Arendt formulated her controversial concept of the 'banality of evil' and asked the question: how can seemingly normal people carry out genocidal acts? She found her answer by focusing on the machinery of Nazi genocide and the organizational capacity of the victims: the Jewish Councils drawing up lists for deportation. The latter proved hugely controversial when the book was first published in serial form in the New Yorker. Anchoring its discussion in the themes of laughter, translation, forgiveness, and dramatization, this book explores how the iconic political theorist 'unlearned' trends and patterns to establish her own theoretical praxis.
Category: Philosophy

Unlearning Law School

Author : Jeremy T. Robin, Esq.
ISBN : 0977632407
Genre : Business & Economics
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You're one of the fifty thousand annual law school graduates or one million American lawyers, and you either don't have a legal job or are dissatisfied with the one you have. Compounding your frustration is the reality of a tight legal market with a glut of lawyers. Do you panic and become a car salesman? UNLEARNING LAW SCHOOL: THE KEY TO RUNNING YOUR OWN OFFICE provides a roadmap for lawyers, new and experienced, to develop their own solo offices. As the title suggests, success hinges on re-programming your legal mind. Otherwise said, attending to the needs of people as opposed to the painstaking particularities of rules must draw your focus. UNLEARNING LAW SCHOOL discusses, in simple terms, how to set up your own office, bring in paying clients, and sustain cash flow through marketing techniques. UNLEARNING LAW SCHOOL is written by a Boston attorney with over eight years of experience running a lucrative solo practice. It offers a novel and spiritual approach to a venture often dismissed as risky
Category: Business & Economics