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Introduction To Logic, Harry Gensler, S.J. 2009 John Carroll University

Introduction To Logic, Harry Gensler, S.J.

Harry J. Gensler, S.J.

This Second Edition arranges chapters in a more useful way for students, starting with the easiest material and then gradually increasing in difficulty. It provides an even broader scope with new chapters on the history of logic, deviant logic, and the philosophy of logic. It also expands the section on informal fallacies and includes a more exhaustive index and a new appendix on suggested further readings. Finally, it includes updates to the LogiCola instructional program, which is now more visually attractive as well as easier to download, install, update, and use.


Melania The Elder, Susanna Drake 2009 Macalester College

Melania The Elder, Susanna Drake

Susanna Laing Drake

No abstract provided.


Como "Decíamos Diciendo": Conversaciones Con John Murra En Una Tarde De Invierno, Maria Marsilli 2009 John Carroll University

Como "Decíamos Diciendo": Conversaciones Con John Murra En Una Tarde De Invierno, Maria Marsilli

María Marsilli

No abstract provided.


“The Necessity Of Reading And Being Read”: Barbara Johnson And The Literary Politics Of Narcissism, Samuel Solomon 2009 Occidental College

“The Necessity Of Reading And Being Read”: Barbara Johnson And The Literary Politics Of Narcissism, Samuel Solomon

Samuel Solomon

This article traces some of the crossings of the literary, political, moral, and epistemological valences of “narcissism” in the work of literary critic Barbara Johnson, exploring how Johnson implicitly works within and against the view, as expounded by the Practical Criticism and others, of “morality” as a conduit between literature and politics. In contrast, Johnson works to read the differences within moral and epistemological schemas, betraying the pretenses of any moral “stance” without evading the necessity of holding political positions. The author follows Johnson's writings on Ovid, Heinz Kohut, and Nella Larsen, tracing the ways in which she articulates ...


Activist Intellectuals In A Wired World, George Yudice 2009 University of Miami

Activist Intellectuals In A Wired World, George Yudice

George Yúdice

No abstract provided.


Mata Hari: A Life Of Lies, Olivia Blessing 2009 Sias International University, China

Mata Hari: A Life Of Lies, Olivia Blessing

Olivia L Blessing

During the international scandal of her 1917 trial and subsequent execution, Mata Hari’s name became a universal title for a traitorous woman. Since then, spies like Tokyo Rose and Radient Jade were known respectively as the "Mata Hari of the airways" and the "Mata Hari of the East." However, unlike the other two women, Mata Hari was famous for being a woman who would do anything for a price years before the French accused her of treason, and this image hurt her during the trial as much as the accusations of treason did.


Surveillance And Social Memory: Strange Days Indeed, Catherine Zimmer 2009 Pace University

Surveillance And Social Memory: Strange Days Indeed, Catherine Zimmer

Catherine Zimmer

No abstract provided.


Doing "Good Works", Nuria Cruz-Camara 2009 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Doing "Good Works", Nuria Cruz-Camara

Nuria Cruz-Camara

Doing "good works"the theme of charity in Constancia de la Mora's autobiography ISSN 1521-8007,


Metamorphosis For Cello And Piano, Randy Bauer 2009 Macalester College

Metamorphosis For Cello And Piano, Randy Bauer

Randy R. Bauer

No abstract provided.


Brahms - Songs For Trombones, For Four-Part Trombone Quartet/Choir, David Mathie 2009 Boise State University

Brahms - Songs For Trombones, For Four-Part Trombone Quartet/Choir, David Mathie

David G. Mathie

From the publisher [www.alessipublications.com]: Trombone Quartet. A Fantastic arrangement by David Mathie. 7 Brahms songs.


A Mentor Who Continues To Inspire, Heidi Naylor 2009 Boise State University

A Mentor Who Continues To Inspire, Heidi Naylor

Heidi Naylor

No abstract provided.


Tremper Longman Interviewed By Jerry Rushford, Jerry Rushford 2009 Pepperdine University

Tremper Longman Interviewed By Jerry Rushford, Jerry Rushford

Jerry Rushford

Old Testament scholar Tremper Longman is the Robert H. Gundry Professor of Biblical Studies at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, and a prolific author of books on Christianity. On the occasion of his visit to Pepperdine University to give the Frank Pack Distinguished Lecture, Longman sat down with Jerry Rushford, director of Church Relations, to discuss the inspiration for his work.


The Bridge Of Love For Chorus And Piano, Randy Bauer 2009 Macalester College

The Bridge Of Love For Chorus And Piano, Randy Bauer

Randy R. Bauer

No abstract provided.


Typology, Elizabeth Teviotdale 2009 Western Michigan University

Typology, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

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The Ottoman Empire And The Armenian Genocide, Michael Gasper 2009 Occidental College

The Ottoman Empire And The Armenian Genocide, Michael Gasper

Michael Gasper

No abstract provided.


Dancing With My Shelf: The Case For Book Soundtracks, Peter Bognanni 2009 Macalester College

Dancing With My Shelf: The Case For Book Soundtracks, Peter Bognanni

Peter M. Bognanni

No abstract provided.


Into The Three Gorges, Wang Ping 2009 Macalester College

Into The Three Gorges, Wang Ping

Wang Ping

No abstract provided.


Review Of Cotten Seiler, Republic Of Drivers: A Cultural History Of Automobility In America, Christopher Wells 2009 Macalester College

Review Of Cotten Seiler, Republic Of Drivers: A Cultural History Of Automobility In America, Christopher Wells

Christopher W. Wells

No abstract provided.


Defeat In The Chun/Chyou, A. Brooks, E. Brooks 2009 University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Defeat In The Chun/Chyou, A. Brooks, E. Brooks

A. Taeko Brooks

We here consider how victory and defeat are treated in the Chun/Chyou. We find that the Lu court of Spring and Autumn times viewed military operations not in a chivalric or moralizing way, like characters in Dzwo Jwan (DJ) narratives of Spring and Autumn events, but in a cold-eyed military advantage way.


"Remembering Rightly: A Response To Karen Bergesch And Daniel A. Bruno", William Cavanaugh 2009 Center for World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology

"Remembering Rightly: A Response To Karen Bergesch And Daniel A. Bruno", William Cavanaugh

William T. Cavanaugh

No abstract provided.


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