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Lord Alfred Tennyson

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First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Alfred Adler

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First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Alfred Adler: Problems of Neurosis

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First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Psychology Of Alfred Adler

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First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Alfred Adler's Basic Concepts And Implications

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First published in 1989. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Collected Works of Alfred B. Sedgwick

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First Published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Relationships

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Robert Alfred Taylor Jr. is a hard working African American male who noticed that there is a serious problem with relationships and the African American male. Robert was born in Kansas City, Mo. And has traveled throughout the United States. Along

Relationships

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Robert Alfred Taylor Jr. is a hard working African American male who noticed that there is a serious problem with relationships and the African American male. Robert was born in Kansas City, Mo. And has traveled throughout the United States. Along his travels he has learned that the problem with relationships is a universal problem that is not only growing in the African American Communities, but others as well. Robert intends to help those in need of building better relationships in all communities across America. Robert is also the creator of RELATIONSHIPS the adult card game as well.

Aristotle

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It has not commonly been the lot of philosophers, as it is of great poets, that their names should become household words. We should hardly call an Englishman well read if he had not heard the name of Sophocles or Molière. An educated man is expec

Boundaries of Toleration

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How can people of diverse religious, ethnic, and linguistic allegiances and identities live together without committing violence, inflicting suffering, or oppressing each other? In this volume, contributors explore the limits of toleration and sug

Boundaries of Toleration

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How can people of diverse religious, historical, ethnic, and linguistic allegiances and identities live together without committing violence, inflicting suffering, or oppressing each other? Western civilization has long understood this dilemma as a question of toleration, yet the logic of toleration and the logic of multicultural rights entrenchment are two very different things. In this volume, contributors suggest we also think beyond toleration to mutual respect, practiced before the creation of modern multiculturalism in the West. Salman Rushdie reflects on the once mutually tolerant Sufi-Hindu culture of Kashmir. Ira Katznelson follows with an intellectual history of toleration as a layered institution in the West and councils against assuming we have transcended the need for such tolerance. Charles Taylor advances a new approach to secularism in our multicultural world, and Akeel Bilgrami responds by urging caution against making it difficult to condemn or make illegal dangerous forms of intolerance. The political theorist Nadia Urbanati explores why the West did not pursue Cicero's humanist ideal of concord as a response to religious discord. The volume concludes with a refutation of the claim that toleration was invented in the West and is alien to non-Western cultures.

Boundaries of Toleration

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How can people of diverse religious, historical, ethnic, and linguistic allegiances and identities live together without committing violence, inflicting suffering, or oppressing each other? Western civilization has long understood this dilemma as a question of toleration, yet the logic of toleration and the logic of multicultural rights entrenchment are two very different things. In this volume, contributors suggest we also think beyond toleration to mutual respect, practiced before the creation of modern multiculturalism in the West. Salman Rushdie reflects on the once mutually tolerant Sufi-Hindu culture of Kashmir. Ira Katznelson follows with an intellectual history of toleration as a layered institution in the West and councils against assuming we have transcended the need for such tolerance. Charles Taylor advances a new approach to secularism in our multicultural world, and Akeel Bilgrami responds by urging caution against making it difficult to condemn or make illegal dangerous forms of intolerance. The political theorist Nadia Urbanati explores why the West did not pursue Cicero's humanist ideal of concord as a response to religious discord. The volume concludes with a refutation of the claim that toleration was invented in the West and is alien to non-Western cultures.

Aristotle

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But we call a man well read if his mind is stored with the verse of poets and the prose of historians, even though he were ignorant of the name of Descartes or Kant. Yet there are a few philosophers whose influence on thought and language has been

Stories From Livy

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Alfred John Church was an English classical scholar. Church was born in London and was educated at King's College London, and Lincoln College, Oxford. He took holy orders and was an assistant-master at Merchant Taylors' School from 1857-70.

Aristotle

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It has not commonly been the lot of philosophers, as it is of great poets, that their names should become household words. We should hardly call an Englishman well read if he had not heard the name of Sophocles or Molière. An educated man is expected to know at least who these great writers were, and to understand an allusion to the *Antigone* or *Le Misanthrope. But we call a man well read if his mind is stored with the verse of poets and the prose of historians, even though he were ignorant of the name of Descartes or Kant. Yet there are a few philosophers whose influence on thought and language has been so extensive that no one who reads can be ignorant of their names, and that every man who speaks the language of educated Europeans is constantly using their vocabulary. Among this few Aristotle holds not the lowest place. We have all heard of him, as we have all heard of Homer. He has left his impress so firmly on theology that many of the formulae of the Churches are unintelligible without acquaintance with his conception of the universe. If we are interested in the growth of modern science we shall readily discover for ourselves that some knowledge of Aristotelianism is necessary for the understanding of Bacon and Galileo and the other great anti-Aristotelians who created the "modern scientific" view of Nature. If we turn to the imaginative literature of the modern languages, Dante is a sealed book, and many a passage of Chaucer and Shakespeare and Milton is half unmeaning to us unless we are at home in the outlines of Aristotle's philosophy. And if we turn to ordinary language, we find that many of the familiar turns of modern speech cannot be fully understood without a knowledge of the doctrines they were first forged to express. An Englishman who speaks of the "golden mean" or of "liberal education," or contrasts the "matter" of a work of literature with its "form," or the "essential" features of a situation or a scheme of policy with its "accidents," or "t

Aristotle

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It has not commonly been the lot of philosophers, as it is of great poets, that their names should become household words. We should hardly call an Englishman well read if he had not heard the name of Sophocles or Molière. An educated man is expected to know at least who these great writers were, and to understand an allusion to the Antigone or Le Misanthrope. But we call a man well read if his mind is stored with the verse of poets and the prose of historians, even though he were ignorant of the name of Descartes or Kant. Yet there are a few philosophers whose influence on thought and language has been so extensive that no one who reads can be ignorant of their names, and that every man who speaks the language of educated Europeans is constantly using their vocabulary. Among this few Aristotle holds not the lowest place. We have all heard of him, as we have all heard of Homer. He has left his impress so firmly on theology that many of the formulae of the Churches are unintelligible without acquaintance with his conception of the universe. If we are interested in the growth of modern science we shall readily discover for ourselves that some knowledge of Aristotelianism is necessary for the understanding of Bacon and Galileo and the other great anti-Aristotelians who created the "modern scientific" view of Nature. If we turn to the imaginative literature of the modern languages, Dante is a sealed book, and many a passage of Chaucer and Shakespeare and Milton is half unmeaning to us unless we are at home in the outlines of Aristotle's philosophy. And if we turn to ordinary language, we find that many of the familiar turns of modern speech cannot be fully understood without a knowledge of the doctrines they were first forged to express. An Englishman who speaks of the "golden mean" or of "liberal education," or contrasts the "matter" of a work of literature with its "form," or the "essential" features of a situation or a scheme of policy with its "accidents," or "theor

This Side of Innocence

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1 New York Times Bestseller: A saga of power, greed, and illicit love set in the Gilded Age of upstate New York. Jerome Lindsey and his foster brother, Alfred, couldn't be more different. The son of a wealt

Dollar William

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Dollar William is a satirical comedy set in America about money, greed, and their relationships in the wider context of the media. The narrative of the story weaves in and out of a drama that ties together the lives of a few individuals, who are all destined to become failures or successes within their own trials of this desire to win at all costs. Billy Williams is a financial consultant as well as a hardworking and regular guy, until his life is turned upside down when he meets an Mz Moonbeam Sunshine, who is an undercover television researcher for an independent program called Brotha Hollywood. It is in this event of their chance meeting that Billy loses his job in an unfair dismissal and is forced to take revenge against his former employer, a banking CEO by the name of Mr. Croakus Don Doyle, who, along with his sidekick and senior consultant Alfred Rockbottom, are hatching a plan to acquire more wealth through deceptive means in order to make substantial monetary gains. As the story develops, it turns out that Billy's employers, Don Doyle Banking, are attempting to swindle the unsuspecting public by getting them to part with their hard-earned dollars by offering then an incredible, once-in-a-lifetime chance of doubling their savings, which is really a cover for the bank to accumulate more funds and gain an advantage in their bogus plot to get rich off the interest. The story also takes another turn when Billy meets a Mr. Garfield Mamaduke the Third, who is the rightful heir to a long-lasting legacy as being one of the wealthiest families in the financial world of banking, which also presents them with a financial dilemma, as Mr. Garfield enlists the help of Billy to attempt to bring Croakus Don Doyle and Alfred Rockbottom to justice.

Socrate

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In questo libro, diventato ben presto un classico della storiografia filosofica, Alfred Edward Taylor, tra i massimi studiosi inglesi della prima metà del Novecento, presenta la sua originale interpretazione di Socrate come fondatore della metafis

Socrate

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In questo libro, diventato ben presto un classico della storiografia filosofica, Alfred Edward Taylor, tra i massimi studiosi inglesi della prima metà del Novecento, presenta la sua originale interpretazione di Socrate come fondatore della metafisica e dell'etica occidentali. Il Socrate dei dialoghi platonici non è una semplice finzione letteraria usata da Platone per discutere le proprie teorie, ma esprime le idee del Socrate storico: questa è la tesi che guida il racconto della vita e del pensiero del filosofo ateniese scritto da Taylor con prosa elegante, chiarezza concettuale e acume storiografico. Accanto alla nozione di anima, che condizionerà l'intera tradizione filosofica occidentale, Taylor enfatizza il tratto etico del sapere socratico, che non mira a una concezione teoretica definitiva e tende a risolversi nell'esortazione a una costante consapevolezza, da parte dell'uomo, delle proprie capacità intellettuali e spirituali.
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