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What You Need To Know About Ivy League Faith And Super Bowl Faith, Harold L. Willmington 2010 Liberty University

What You Need To Know About Ivy League Faith And Super Bowl Faith, Harold L. Willmington

What You Need to Know About...

No abstract provided.


Business Ethics Presentation- Pareto Optimality, Kevin L. Rawls 2010 Liberty University School of Business

Business Ethics Presentation- Pareto Optimality, Kevin L. Rawls

Kevin L. Rawls

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Review: A Week In The Woods, Rachel Schwedt, Janice A. DeLong 2010 Liberty University

Review: A Week In The Woods, Rachel Schwedt, Janice A. Delong

All Children’s Book Reviews

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Review: The Pocket Daring Book For Girl’S: Wisdom And Wonder, Rachel Schwedt, Janice A. DeLong 2010 Liberty University

Review: The Pocket Daring Book For Girl’S: Wisdom And Wonder, Rachel Schwedt, Janice A. Delong

All Children’s Book Reviews

No abstract provided.


What You Need To Know In Regard To Easter, Harold L. Willmington 2010 Liberty University

What You Need To Know In Regard To Easter, Harold L. Willmington

What You Need to Know About...

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Reasons Internalism, Hegelian Resources, Kate Padgett-Walsh 2010 Iowa State University

Reasons Internalism, Hegelian Resources, Kate Padgett-Walsh

Philosophy and Religious Studies Publications

Are normative reasons based in our desires, or are they instead grounded in our rational faculties? A familiar way of approaching this question focuses on the fact that individuals are often motivated by very different concerns. Our desires seem to provide us with operative or motivating reasons that are not shared by others, and the question is whether desires can also provide us with different good or normative reasons. Reasons internalism is the view that an agent’s normative reasons for action must be within the reach of his or her interest and understanding. Many contemporary followers of Hume as ...


Are You Called To Be An Alligator Tamer?, Syd Hielema 2010 Dordt College

Are You Called To Be An Alligator Tamer?, Syd Hielema

Pro Rege

Dr. Sydney Hielema presented this paper on September 7, 2009, as part of the Dordt College First Monday Series.


Razorback, Frank Wheeler 2010 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Razorback, Frank Wheeler

Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research: Department of English

This thesis contains the first five chapters of the novel titled RAZORBACK, written by Frank Wheeler Jr. It is a crime drama, set in the Arkansas Ozark Mountains. The main character, Conrad, is a reclusive woodworker living in the back woods. His estranged wife, Jennifer, pays him a visit after five years with little contact between them, and asks him to kill someone for her. She claims it is a matter of personal safety; the man she has been seeing socially has become violent and threatening. After some consideration, Conrad agrees. He has his own agenda, however, and he finds ...


"The Future In The Instant": Posthumanism(S) In Early Modern English Drama, Farrah Lehman 2010 University of Nebraska at Lincoln

"The Future In The Instant": Posthumanism(S) In Early Modern English Drama, Farrah Lehman

Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research: Department of English

This dissertation examines prominent points of intersection between early modern English theatrical practices and posthumanist, post-cybernetic new media theory as a means of interrogating assumptions about “media narratives” (here, the development of dramatic blank verse), proto-Brechtian anti-illusionism, and sensory encounter related to the late sixteenth-and early seventeenth century stage. The arguments presented here in part rely on the work of three present-day critics: Mark B.N. Hansen, N. Katherine Hayles, and Brian Massumi, all of whom explore posthumanist theory while addressing possibilities for posthumanist practices within the humanities. Examining a wide range of texts, including plays and pro-and anti-theater tracts ...


In Search Of New Believers: How The Guatemalan Religious Panorama Has Changed In Recent Decades, Hugo Leonel Ruano 2010 Brigham Young University Law School

In Search Of New Believers: How The Guatemalan Religious Panorama Has Changed In Recent Decades, Hugo Leonel Ruano

BYU Law Review

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Comparing Atlantic Histories, Eliga H. Gould 2010 University of New Hampshire

Comparing Atlantic Histories, Eliga H. Gould

History Scholarship

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Sagp Newsletter 2009/10.4 Pac, Anthony Preus 2010 Binghamton University

Sagp Newsletter 2009/10.4 Pac, Anthony Preus

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

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The Chanticleer, 2010-03-01, Coastal Carolina University 2010 Coastal Carolina University

The Chanticleer, 2010-03-01, Coastal Carolina University

The Chanticleer Student Newspaper

The editorially independent student produced weekly newspaper of Coastal Carolina University.


A Better Pencil: Readers, Writers, And The Digital Revolution, Priscilla Finley 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

A Better Pencil: Readers, Writers, And The Digital Revolution, Priscilla Finley

Library Faculty Publications

Baron (Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) offers a breezy overview of the ways that technology is shaping reading and writing practices. This book will be valued in the future as a well-contextualized survey of issues that surface among writers in the current online landscape.


The Nida Brain Disease Paradigm: History, Resistance And Spinoffs, David T. Courtwright 2010 University of North Florida

The Nida Brain Disease Paradigm: History, Resistance And Spinoffs, David T. Courtwright

History Faculty Publications

This article examines ‘the NIDA paradigm’, the theory that addiction is a chronic, relapsing brain disease characterized by loss of control over drug taking. I critically review the official history of the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) paradigm and analyze the sources of resistance to it. I argue that, even though the theory remains contested, it has yielded important insights in other fields, including my own discipline of history.


Family Affairs Newsletter 2010-03-01, Zack Paakkonen 2010 University of Southern Maine

Family Affairs Newsletter 2010-03-01, Zack Paakkonen

FAN: Family Affairs Newsletter

FAMILY AFFAIRS is a free, twice-a-month, social activities newsletter for the GLBTI (gay/les/bi/trans/intersexed) community, sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month. It covers a 50 mile radius around Bangor and also Aroostook and Washington counties.


Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News, 2010 Georgia Southern University

Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art News

Art Department Newsletter

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Faith In Fiction? Solzhenitsyn's One Day As A Practical Defense Of Fiction, Bob De Smith 2010 Dordt College

Faith In Fiction? Solzhenitsyn's One Day As A Practical Defense Of Fiction, Bob De Smith

Pro Rege

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Grand Valley Forum, Volume 034, Number 23, March 1, 2010, Grand Valley State University 2010 Grand Valley State University

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 034, Number 23, March 1, 2010, Grand Valley State University

2009-2010, Volume 34

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


Art Education, Class, And Gender In A Foreign Art Gallery: Nineteenth-Century Cultural Travelers And The Prado Museum In Madrid, Eugenia Afinoguénova 2010 Marquette University

Art Education, Class, And Gender In A Foreign Art Gallery: Nineteenth-Century Cultural Travelers And The Prado Museum In Madrid, Eugenia Afinoguénova

Spanish Languages and Literatures Research and Publications

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