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Pozarci: Gospodarka A Powolanie Chrzescijanskie, William Cavanaugh 2009 Center for World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology

Pozarci: Gospodarka A Powolanie Chrzescijanskie, William Cavanaugh

William T. Cavanaugh

Mieć czy być? Czy chrześcijanie powinni opowiadać się za czy przeciw wolnemu rynkowi? Dlaczego konsumpcjonizm ,,pożera" konsumentów? Dlaczego prezesi wielkich firm nie znają umiaru w zwiększaniu własnych wynagrodzeń? Dlaczego związki zawodowe są coraz słabsze? I dlaczego ulega zatarciu różnica między pracownikiem a niewolnikiem? Ta książka odpowiada nie tylko na te pytania. Jest w niej zawarta także potężna dawka teologicznej refleksji nad zagadnieniami takimi jak Bóg, sprawiedliwość, globalizacja i wolność. Nie brak również konkretnych przykładów rozwiązań gospodarczych, spójnych z życiem w Ciele Chrystusa. A takowe już istnieją i - jak wykazuje Autor - funkcjonują z pożytkiem dla ogółu. Tę rozprawę z przyjemnością przeczytają ...


Eadwine Psalter, Elizabeth Teviotdale 2009 Western Michigan University

Eadwine Psalter, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

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Glass Eye, Hal Charles 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Glass Eye, Hal Charles

Charlie Sweet

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“El Reto A Zamora En Las Hazañas Del Cid De Guillén De Castro. Duplicación Y Extensión De La Violencia”, Carlos-Urani Montiel 2009 The University of Western Ontario

“El Reto A Zamora En Las Hazañas Del Cid De Guillén De Castro. Duplicación Y Extensión De La Violencia”, Carlos-Urani Montiel

Carlos-Urani Montiel

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Journeys To Self And Lessons Of Other: Carlos Castaneda, New Men, And The Politicization Of Indigenous Identity During The Cold War, Ageeth Sluis 2009 Butler University

Journeys To Self And Lessons Of Other: Carlos Castaneda, New Men, And The Politicization Of Indigenous Identity During The Cold War, Ageeth Sluis

Ageeth Sluis

No abstract provided.


Jubilee Year, Elizabeth Teviotdale 2009 Western Michigan University

Jubilee Year, Elizabeth Teviotdale

Elizabeth C Teviotdale

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Realism And The Ethics Of Risk At The Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Kim Solga 2009 The University of Western Ontario

Realism And The Ethics Of Risk At The Stratford Shakespeare Festival, Kim Solga

Kim Solga

The Stratford Shakespeare Festival is notoriously risk-averse, creating quality "classical" theatre without rocking any audience worlds. Or is it? This paper re-examines the history of "risk" at Stratford and explores two key productions directed by Peter Hinton at the Festival. I conclude that, perhaps, risk-taking directors and a "conservative" acting company serve the work very well indeed.


Triple Play, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe, William Phillips 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Triple Play, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe, William Phillips

Charlie Sweet

“Triple Play” presents three procedural techniques nicely reduced to related mnemonics for making the most of class time by embedding three different approaches to assessing students’ learning right there in the class that day. The fruits of such exercises doubtless will give faculty who try them important information on what’s working with their students and what is not, but a point the authors don’t emphasize is that the exercises will also compel students to become conscious of where they stand in their own learning as learning rather than as a response to how they felt about the class ...


Sketches In Fabric: Dennis Brozynski, Virginia Heaven, Robert Blandford 2009 Columbia College Chicago

Sketches In Fabric: Dennis Brozynski, Virginia Heaven, Robert Blandford

Virginia Heaven

618 South Michigan Avenue windows, Co-curated with Robert Blandford.


Awakening Vocation: A Theology Of Christian Call., Edward Hahnenberg 2009 John Carroll University

Awakening Vocation: A Theology Of Christian Call., Edward Hahnenberg

Edward P Hahnenberg

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My Dolly, Derek Nikitas 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

My Dolly, Derek Nikitas

Derek Nikitas

It was high time for me to fetch frozen Dolly from the butcher shop, but even in an ambulance the drive was rough, it being the Apocalypse out. This girl was too young to be called Dolly, just a teenager, but I named her Dolly because I liked the Golden Oldies, grassroots sheen of it. See, Dolly was dead, and along with the rest of her scrubbed memory, she lost what ever dull moniker her parents had imposed on her. It would be a new dawn for Dolly when I came to her rescue.


"Plucking Our Way Through Appalachian Literature: One Class's Response To Pluck! The Journal Of Affrilachian Arts And Culture, Bill Hardwig 2009 University of Tennessee - Knoxville

"Plucking Our Way Through Appalachian Literature: One Class's Response To Pluck! The Journal Of Affrilachian Arts And Culture, Bill Hardwig

Bill Hardwig

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"Integrating Current Media Sources To Improve Student Interest In The Credit Information Literacy Course", Sarah Steiner, Leslie Madden 2009 Georgia State University

"Integrating Current Media Sources To Improve Student Interest In The Credit Information Literacy Course", Sarah Steiner, Leslie Madden

Sarah King Steiner

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Great Lakes Indian Accommodation And Resistance During The Early Reservation Years, 1850-1900, John Bowes 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Great Lakes Indian Accommodation And Resistance During The Early Reservation Years, 1850-1900, John Bowes

John P. Bowes

In his latest book, Great Lakes Indian Accommodation and Resistance, Edmund Jefferson Danziger presents a sound and straightforward argument. Through a series of chapters that cover reservation life, allotment, education policy, and missionary activity, the message is clear: American Indian residents of the Great Lakes region in the second half of the nineteenth century were active agents in their lives, not passive victims of federal government policies or settler invasions. It is an argument that noticeably reflects the critical developments of scholarship over the past several decades. And while some might debate the usefulness of such phrasing as accommodation versus ...


Derechos Culturales, George Yudice 2009 University of Miami

Derechos Culturales, George Yudice

George Yúdice

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Notes On A Famous First Line ('Light Of My Life'), Stephen Blackwell 2009 University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Notes On A Famous First Line ('Light Of My Life'), Stephen Blackwell

Stephen Blackwell

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The Knowing Body: Yat Malmgren's Acting Technique, Janys Hayes 2009 University of Wollongong

The Knowing Body: Yat Malmgren's Acting Technique, Janys Hayes

Janys Hayes

No abstract provided.


The Trouble With Transmediation: Fandom's Negotiation Of Transmedia Storytelling Systems, Suzanne Scott 2009 Occidental College

The Trouble With Transmediation: Fandom's Negotiation Of Transmedia Storytelling Systems, Suzanne Scott

Suzanne Scott

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Darwinian Controversies: An Historiographical Recounting, David Depew 2009 University of Iowa

Darwinian Controversies: An Historiographical Recounting, David Depew

David J Depew

This essay reviews key controversies in the history of the Darwinian research tradition: the Wilberforce-Huxley debate in 1860, early twentieth-century debates about the heritability of acquired characteristics and the consistency of Mendelian genetics with natural selection; the 1925 Scopes trial about teaching evolution; tensions about race, culture, and eugenics at the 1959 centenary celebration Darwin’s Origin of Species; adaptationism and its critics in the Sociobiology debate of 1970s and, more recently, Evolutionary Psychology; and current disputes about Intelligent Design. These controversies, I argue, are etched into public memory because they occur at the emotionally charged boundaries between public-political, technical-scientific ...


Trail Of Tears: Removal In The South, John Bowes 2009 Eastern Kentucky University

Trail Of Tears: Removal In The South, John Bowes

John P. Bowes

When the United States purchased the Louisiana Territory from France in 1803, President Thomas Jefferson proposed that eastern Indian tribes could be moved west to this new expanse of land. Jefferson's recommendation was in direct response to the demand by white settlers for more land, especially in the southeastern portion of the United States. As a result, Congress passed the Indian Removal Act of 1830, which set in motion the relocation of thousands of eastern Indians to lands west of the Mississippi River. Among the primary tribes targeted for this large-scale removal was the Cherokee. Despite proving its sovereign ...


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