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Coping with Obscurity

Coping with Obscurity Author : James P. Allen
Release : 2016-02-15
Publisher : ISD LLC
ISBN : 1937040437
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Coping with Obscurity publishes the papers discussed at the Brown University Workshop on Earlier Egyptian grammar in March, 2013. The workshop united ten scholars of differing viewpoints dealing with the central question of how to judge and interpret the grammatical value of the written evidence preserved in texts of the Old and Middle Kingdoms (ca. 2350-1650 BC). The nine papers in the volume present orthographic, lexical, morphological, and syntactic approaches to the data and represent a significant step toward a new, pluralistic understanding of Earlier Egyptian grammar.

Strength and Vulnerability

Strength and Vulnerability Author : Ken Westdorp
Release : 2019-12-18
Publisher : FriesenPress
ISBN : 1525555162
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Strength and Vulnerability employs strong visual imagery to highlight emotions and reach the soul of the reader. whose utilizing many years of experience volunteering to help out those living on the streets and in make shift shelters in the growing metropolis of Surrey, BC. This two-part collection uncovers the human soul’s emotional pursuit of balance in lives often weighed down with negativity. Through his words, we understand the struggle is universal, despite reflexive efforts to present a stoic exterior. Here is a poetic tribute to the poignant experiences of people who live in the shadows around us, whose needs to be loved and respected are every bit as legitimate as those of their more conventionally successful counterparts. Here is poverty, pain, and most of all compassion.

Coping with the Future

Coping with the Future Author :
Release : 2017-12-07
Publisher : BRILL
ISBN : 9004356789
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Coping with the Future: Theories and Practices of Divination in East Asia offers contributions to various practical and theoretical aspects of divination from antiquity to the present in East Asia.

Footprints in Obscurity

Footprints in Obscurity Author : Pramudith D. Rupasinghe
Release : 2016-03-01
Publisher : Partridge Publishing
ISBN : 1482871203
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Pramudith D Rupasinghe was born in Gampaha, Sri Lanka. His multi-disciplinary academic excellence in clinical psychology, political science, development studies and humanitarian diplomacy along with linguistic competency in English, French and Russian paved his path to enter the humanitarian arena. His humanitarian service has been extended to many parts of the world working with various organizations including the Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and the United Nations. ‘’Footprints in obscurity’’ is the refreshing experience of a brave young man who stepped in to the unknown a decade and a half ago. The author takes a walk down memory lane as he vividly narrates a series of real stories that are interconnected and built around lives of men and women whom he had the rare opportunity to witness first hand. A boy who was dreaming to discover the imaginary world that conquered his mind when his father was relating ‘free-time’ stories realizes his dream after three decades, breaking frontiers and overcoming diverse hurdles on the way. He brings out the voices that were destined to be silent for ever to the attention of the world audience in a forceful manner. ‘’Footprints in obscurity’ can be introduced as an impressive effort by the author not only to narrate a true story about Africa but also to bring to light on how childhood dreams shape one’s adult life. Surein Peiris Senior Officer Humanitarian Diplomacy, IFRC Geneva

Open to Change

Open to Change Author : Dave McCasland
Release : 1981
Publisher : Victor
ISBN : 9780882072586
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Heroines in Obscurity

Heroines in Obscurity Author : Sarah Tytler
Release : 1871
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The Blaze of Obscurity

The Blaze of Obscurity Author : Clive James
Release : 2009-10-02
Publisher : Pan Macmillan
ISBN : 033051525X
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‘I was never alone except in the toilet, where I soon found that locking myself into a cubicle was not much protection from hearing myself talked about by young men standing at urinals. (“Jesus, he’s looking rough.” “And it’s only Monday.”) Reviews for Clive James’s fourth volume of memoirs, North Face of Soho, included several that specifically requested a further volume; Clive James duly obliged and here, in all its glory, is ‘Unreliable Memoirs V’, otherwise known as The Blaze of Obscurity. Perhaps his most brilliant book yet, The Blaze of Obscurity tells the inside story of his years in television: it shows Clive James on top form – both then and now. ‘In the case of many people who attempt an autobiography even a single volume is one too many . . . In the case of Clive James, the volumes now in existence are too few. If the final tally puts him up there with Marcel Proust, so much the better’ Financial Times

Intertextuality Through Obscurity

Intertextuality Through Obscurity Author : Jack De Groot
Release : 2002
Publisher : University Press of the South, Incorporated
ISBN :
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APG Quarterly

APG Quarterly Author :
Release : 1986
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The Bass Handbook of Leadership

The Bass Handbook of Leadership Author : Bernard M. Bass
Release : 2009-12-01
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 1416545786
File Size : 78.94 MB
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For thirty-three years and through three editions, Bass & Stogdill's Handbook of Leadership has been the indispensable bible for every serious student of leadership. Since the third edition came out in 1990, the field of leadership has expanded by an order of magnitude. This completely revised and updated fourth edition reflects the growth and changes in the study of leadership over the past seventeen years, with new chapters on transformational leadership, ethics, presidential leadership, and executive leadership. Throughout the Handbook, the contributions from cognitive social psychology and the social, political, communications, and administrative sciences have been expanded. As in the third edition, Bernard Bass begins with a consideration of the definitions and concepts used, and a brief review of some of the betterknown theories. Professor Bass then focuses on the personal traits, tendencies, attributes, and values of leaders and the knowledge, intellectual competence, and technical skills required for leadership. Next he looks at leaders' socioemotional talents and interpersonal competencies, and the differences in these characteristics in leaders who are imbued with ideologies, especially authoritarianism, Machiavellianism, and self-aggrandizement. A fuller examination of the values, needs, and satisfactions of leaders follows, and singled out for special attention are competitiveness and the preferences for taking risks. In his chapters on personal characteristics, Bass examines the esteem that others generally accord to leaders as a consequence of the leaders' personalities. The many theoretical and research developments about charisma over the past thirty years are crucial and are explored here in depth. Bass has continued to develop his theory of transformational leadership -- the paradigm of the last twenty years -- and he details how it makes possible the inclusion of a much wider range of phenomena than when theory and modeling are limited to reinforcement strategies. He also details the new incarnations of transformational leadership since the last edition. Bass has greatly expanded his consideration of women and racial minorities, both of whom are increasingly taking on leadership roles. A glossary is included to assist specialists in a particular academic discipline who may be unfamiliar with terms used in other fields. Business professors and students, executives in every industry, and politicians at all levels have relied for years on the time-honored guidance and insight afforded by the Handbook.

Coping with Uncertainty

Coping with Uncertainty Author : Barbara Lehmbruch
Release : 2001
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Coping with the Final Tragedy

Coping with the Final Tragedy Author : David R. Counts
Release : 1991
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN :
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This book as a whole emphasizes common concerns shared by all humanity while the volume chapters emphasize various cultural diversities, and the remarkable varieties in the ways that people understood and experience death and grief. The articles in this new text demonstrate these differences and provide insight into human resourcefulness and ingenuity as people cope with death, the final tragedy.

From Here to Obscurity

From Here to Obscurity Author : Yoel Sheridan
Release : 2001
Publisher :
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The Uses of Obscurity

The Uses of Obscurity Author : Allon White
Release : 1981
Publisher : London ; Boston : Routledge & Kegan Paul
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Called from Obscurity

Called from Obscurity Author : H. Louis Fader
Release : 2002
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Gergan Dorje Tharchin, 1890-1976, Tibetan Christian missionary.

Danish Yearbook of Philosophy

Danish Yearbook of Philosophy Author :
Release : 1994
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New Russia

New Russia Author :
Release : 1994
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A monthly magazine on public affairs, literature and art.

Saving Wisdom

Saving Wisdom Author : Brian W. Hughes
Release : 2011-02-07
Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN : 163087650X
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Is theology possible within a Christian university? Beneath the emphasis of contextual, philosophical, and ecclesial pluralism, what is its academic nature? Further, who can participate in it? Recent debates and discussions by theologians that touch upon these questions seem to run in circles: theology is an academic specialty enjoying academic freedom; theology must bolster ecclesial identity, become more catechetical, and serve the church; theology must contribute to and shape public policy. Though such positions recur, they overlook latent but interrelated characteristics embedded within the nature and place of theology within the Christian university that affect them all. Upon analysis of four major theologians, Friedrich Schleiermacher, John Henry Newman, Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., and Edward Farley, I argue that there are two major patterns at work. First, theology is more a sapientia or wisdom than a traditional academic discipline. Second, all descriptions of theology in the university possess an inclusive or exclusive soteriological character. These patterns pervade diverse topics: the relationship of theology to the church authority, a theologian's ecclesial and academic commitments, the preconditions of faith for theological understanding, participation in a religious symbol system, theology as wisdom, and the difference between religion and theology. How one implicitly defines Christian salvation regarding the place of theology in the Christian university opens or closes the practice of theology to those who teach and learn it.