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vi, 283 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Chapter 1. Introduction-- Thomas Piecha & Peter-Schroeder-Heister.- Chapter 2. On Brouwer-Heyting-Kolmogorov provability semantics-- Sergei N. Artemov.- Chapter 3. Two Ways of General Proof Theory-- Kosta Dosen.- Chapter 4. Generalised elimination rules-- Roy Dyckhoff.- Chapter 5. On the proof theoretic foundations of set theory-- Lars Hallnas.- Chapter 6. The choice of semantics as a methodological question-- Wilfrid Hodges.- Chapter 7. The mode of presentation-- Reinhard Kahle.- Chapter 8. Remarks on relations between Gentzen and Heyting inspired PTS-- Dag Prawitz.- Chapter 9. Unification of logics by reflection-- Giovanni Sambin.- Chapter 10. BHK and Brouwer's Theory of the Creative Subject-- Goran Sundholm.- Chapter 11. Compositional semantics for predicate logic: Eliminating bound variables from formulas and deductions-- William W. Tait.- Chapter 12. Intuitionism, the Paradox of Knowability and Empirical Negation-- Gabriele Usberti.- Chapter 13. Explicit composition and its application in normalization proofs-- Jan von Plato.- Chapter 14. A two-sorted typed lambda-calculus-- Heinrich Wansing.- Chapter 15. Kreisel's second clause and the Theory of Constructions-- Walter Dean & Hidenori Kurokawa.- Chapter 16. On Paradoxes in Proof-Theoretic Semantics-- Yoshihiro Maruyama.
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This volume is the first ever collection devoted to the field of proof-theoretic semantics. Contributions address topics including the systematics of introduction and elimination rules and proofs of normalization, the categorial characterization of deductions, the relation between Heyting's and Gentzen's approaches to meaning, knowability paradoxes, proof-theoretic foundations of set theory, Dummett's justification of logical laws, Kreisel's theory of constructions, paradoxical reasoning, and the defence of model theory. The field of proof-theoretic semantics has existed for almost 50 years, but the term itself was proposed by Schroeder-Heister in the 1980s. Proof-theoretic semantics explains the meaning of linguistic expressions in general and of logical constants in particular in terms of the notion of proof. This volume emerges from presentations at the Second International Conference on Proof-Theoretic Semantics in Tubingen in 2013, where contributing authors were asked to provide a self-contained description and analysis of a significant research question in this area. The contributions are representative of the field and should be of interest to logicians, philosophers, and mathematicians alike.
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  • Chapter 1. Introduction-- Thomas Piecha & Peter-Schroeder-Heister.- Chapter 2. On Brouwer-Heyting-Kolmogorov provability semantics-- Sergei N. Artemov.- Chapter 3. Two Ways of General Proof Theory-- Kosta Dosen.- Chapter 4. Generalised elimination rules-- Roy Dyckhoff.- Chapter 5. On the proof theoretic foundations of set theory-- Lars Hallnas.- Chapter 6. The choice of semantics as a methodological question-- Wilfrid Hodges.- Chapter 7. The mode of presentation-- Reinhard Kahle.- Chapter 8. Remarks on relations between Gentzen and Heyting inspired PTS-- Dag Prawitz.- Chapter 9. Unification of logics by reflection-- Giovanni Sambin.- Chapter 10. BHK and Brouwer's Theory of the Creative Subject-- Goran Sundholm.- Chapter 11. Compositional semantics for predicate logic: Eliminating bound variables from formulas and deductions-- William W. Tait.- Chapter 12. Intuitionism, the Paradox of Knowability and Empirical Negation-- Gabriele Usberti.- Chapter 13. Explicit composition and its application in normalization proofs-- Jan von Plato.- Chapter 14. A two-sorted typed lambda-calculus-- Heinrich Wansing.- Chapter 15. Kreisel's second clause and the Theory of Constructions-- Walter Dean & Hidenori Kurokawa.- Chapter 16. On Paradoxes in Proof-Theoretic Semantics-- Yoshihiro Maruyama.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This volume is the first ever collection devoted to the field of proof-theoretic semantics. Contributions address topics including the systematics of introduction and elimination rules and proofs of normalization, the categorial characterization of deductions, the relation between Heyting's and Gentzen's approaches to meaning, knowability paradoxes, proof-theoretic foundations of set theory, Dummett's justification of logical laws, Kreisel's theory of constructions, paradoxical reasoning, and the defence of model theory. The field of proof-theoretic semantics has existed for almost 50 years, but the term itself was proposed by Schroeder-Heister in the 1980s. Proof-theoretic semantics explains the meaning of linguistic expressions in general and of logical constants in particular in terms of the notion of proof. This volume emerges from presentations at the Second International Conference on Proof-Theoretic Semantics in Tubingen in 2013, where contributing authors were asked to provide a self-contained description and analysis of a significant research question in this area. The contributions are representative of the field and should be of interest to logicians, philosophers, and mathematicians alike.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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421 p. ; 24 cm.
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xvii, 452 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
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xxi, 239 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction / Jay M. Feinman
  • "Post-technique" : the new social contract today / Roger Brownsword
  • What might Macneil have said about using eBay? / Sally Wheeler
  • The contract of employment in 3D / Hugh Collins
  • Neglected insights into agreed remedies / Roger Halson
  • Relational values in English contract law / Hugh Beale
  • Arcos v Ronaasen as a relational contract / David Campbell
  • In defence of Baird Textiles : a sceptical view of relational contract law / Jonathan Morgan
  • Telling tales about relational contracts : how do judges learn about the lived world of contracts? / Linda Mulcahy
  • Relational contract and social learning in hybrid organisation / Peter Vincent-Jones.
Changing Concepts of Contract is a prestigious collection of essays that re-examines the remarkable contributions of Ian Macneil to the study of contract law and contracting behaviour. Ian Macneil, who taught at Cornell University, the University of Virginia and, latterly, at Northwestern University, was the principal architect of relational contract theory, an approach that sought to direct attention to the context in which contracts are made. In this collection, nine leading UK contract law scholars re-consider Macneil's work and examine his theories in light of new social and technological circumstances. In doing so, they reveal relational contract theory to be a pertinent and insightful framework for the study and practice of the subject, one that presents a powerful challenge to the limits of orthodox contract law scholarship. In tandem with his academic life, Ian Macneil was also the 46th Chief of the Clan Macneil. Included in this volume is a Preface by his son Rory Macneil, the 47th Chief, who reflects on the influences on his father's thinking of those experiences outside academia. The collection also includes a Foreword by Stewart Macaulay, Malcolm Pitman Sharp Hilldale Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an Introduction by Jay M Feinman, Distinguished Professor of Law at Rutgers School of Law.
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  • Introduction / Jay M. Feinman
  • "Post-technique" : the new social contract today / Roger Brownsword
  • What might Macneil have said about using eBay? / Sally Wheeler
  • The contract of employment in 3D / Hugh Collins
  • Neglected insights into agreed remedies / Roger Halson
  • Relational values in English contract law / Hugh Beale
  • Arcos v Ronaasen as a relational contract / David Campbell
  • In defence of Baird Textiles : a sceptical view of relational contract law / Jonathan Morgan
  • Telling tales about relational contracts : how do judges learn about the lived world of contracts? / Linda Mulcahy
  • Relational contract and social learning in hybrid organisation / Peter Vincent-Jones.
Changing Concepts of Contract is a prestigious collection of essays that re-examines the remarkable contributions of Ian Macneil to the study of contract law and contracting behaviour. Ian Macneil, who taught at Cornell University, the University of Virginia and, latterly, at Northwestern University, was the principal architect of relational contract theory, an approach that sought to direct attention to the context in which contracts are made. In this collection, nine leading UK contract law scholars re-consider Macneil's work and examine his theories in light of new social and technological circumstances. In doing so, they reveal relational contract theory to be a pertinent and insightful framework for the study and practice of the subject, one that presents a powerful challenge to the limits of orthodox contract law scholarship. In tandem with his academic life, Ian Macneil was also the 46th Chief of the Clan Macneil. Included in this volume is a Preface by his son Rory Macneil, the 47th Chief, who reflects on the influences on his father's thinking of those experiences outside academia. The collection also includes a Foreword by Stewart Macaulay, Malcolm Pitman Sharp Hilldale Professor Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an Introduction by Jay M Feinman, Distinguished Professor of Law at Rutgers School of Law.
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viii, 271 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • From Cold War to Cyber War : the evolution of the international law of peace and armed conflict over the last 25 years : an introduction / Hans-Joachim Heintze and Pierre Thielbörger
  • Perspectives of international humanitarian law / Knut Ipsen
  • Autonomy and conflict resolution / Markku Suksi
  • Permutations of popular sovereignty before, during and after the Scottish independence referendum / Lisa Gow
  • Climate change and international peace and security : time for a 'green' security council? / Pierre Thielbörger
  • Environmental migration as a humanitarian challenge / Kerstin Rosenow-Williams
  • Drones in international law : the applicability of air and space law / Stephan Hobe
  • 'Humanitarian bombardments' in jus in bello? / Robert Kolb
  • The applicability of Article 51 UN Charter to asymmetric wars / Peter Hilpold
  • The role of the human security perspective / Wolfgang Benedek
  • Access to victims and humanitarian assistance / Hans-Joachim Heintze
  • Non-refoulement in international refugee law, human rights law and asylum laws / Charlotte Lülf
  • Gender in armed conflict : the dimension of sexual violence / Wolfgang S. heinz and Judith Kaiser
  • International coordination of humanitarian assistance / Eltje Aderhold
  • Humanitarian action and Western military intervention : a view from Médecins Sans Frontières Germany / Ulrike von Pilar, Corinna Ditscheid, and Alfhild Böhringer
  • The role of the German Red Cross as auxiliary to the public authorities in the humanitarian field / Sascha Rolf Lüder
  • Siding with rebels : recognition of opposition groups and the provision of military assistance in Libya and Syria (2011-2014) / Christian Schaller
  • Civil-military relations and international law / Daniel-Erasmus Khan.
This book follows the history of the international law of peace and armed conflict over the last 25 years. It highlights both the parameters that have remained the same over the years as well as the new challenges now facing international law. The articles analyze new developments concerning the prohibition of the use of force in international relations, self-determination of peoples, human rights and human security as well as international coordination of humanitarian assistance.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • From Cold War to Cyber War : the evolution of the international law of peace and armed conflict over the last 25 years : an introduction / Hans-Joachim Heintze and Pierre Thielbörger
  • Perspectives of international humanitarian law / Knut Ipsen
  • Autonomy and conflict resolution / Markku Suksi
  • Permutations of popular sovereignty before, during and after the Scottish independence referendum / Lisa Gow
  • Climate change and international peace and security : time for a 'green' security council? / Pierre Thielbörger
  • Environmental migration as a humanitarian challenge / Kerstin Rosenow-Williams
  • Drones in international law : the applicability of air and space law / Stephan Hobe
  • 'Humanitarian bombardments' in jus in bello? / Robert Kolb
  • The applicability of Article 51 UN Charter to asymmetric wars / Peter Hilpold
  • The role of the human security perspective / Wolfgang Benedek
  • Access to victims and humanitarian assistance / Hans-Joachim Heintze
  • Non-refoulement in international refugee law, human rights law and asylum laws / Charlotte Lülf
  • Gender in armed conflict : the dimension of sexual violence / Wolfgang S. heinz and Judith Kaiser
  • International coordination of humanitarian assistance / Eltje Aderhold
  • Humanitarian action and Western military intervention : a view from Médecins Sans Frontières Germany / Ulrike von Pilar, Corinna Ditscheid, and Alfhild Böhringer
  • The role of the German Red Cross as auxiliary to the public authorities in the humanitarian field / Sascha Rolf Lüder
  • Siding with rebels : recognition of opposition groups and the provision of military assistance in Libya and Syria (2011-2014) / Christian Schaller
  • Civil-military relations and international law / Daniel-Erasmus Khan.
This book follows the history of the international law of peace and armed conflict over the last 25 years. It highlights both the parameters that have remained the same over the years as well as the new challenges now facing international law. The articles analyze new developments concerning the prohibition of the use of force in international relations, self-determination of peoples, human rights and human security as well as international coordination of humanitarian assistance.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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xviii, 284 pages : illustrations (some color), maps, plans ; 24 cm.
  • Inscriptions in private spaces / Andrew Wallace-Hadrill
  • PART 1. GRAFFITI AND THE DOMESTIC SPHERE. Private graffiti? : scratching the walls of houses at Dura-Europos / Jennifer A. Baird
  • Graffiti in a house in Attica : reading, writing and the creation of private space / Claire Taylor
  • The spatial environment of inscriptions and graffiti in domestic spaces : the case of Delos / Mantha Zarmakoupi
  • The culture of writing graffiti within domestic spaces at Pompeii / Rebecca R. Benefiel
  • PART 2. DISCOURSES OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE. Newly discovered and corrected readings of iscrizioni "privatissime" from the Vesuvian Region / Antonio Varone
  • Honos clientium instituit sic colere patronos : a public/private epigraphic type : tabulae of hospitality and patronage / Francisco Beltran Lloris
  • The significance of sculptures with associated inscriptions in private houses in Ephesos, Pergamon and beyond / Elisabeth Rathmayr
  • PART 3. PLACE AND SPACE. Painted and charcoal inscriptions from the territory of Cyrene : evidence from the underworld / Angela Cinalli
  • Harnessing the sacred : hidden writing and "private" spaces in Levantine synagogues / Karen B. Stern
  • Graffiti as monvmenta and verba : marking territories, creating discourses in Roman Pompeii / Peter Keegan
  • Writing in the private sphere : epilogue / Mireille Corbier.
"When one thinks of inscriptions produced under the Roman Empire, public inscribed monuments are likely to come to mind. Hundreds of thousands of such inscriptions are known from across the breadth of the Roman Empire, preserved because they were created of durable material or were reused in subsequent building. This volume looks at another aspect of epigraphic creation -- from handwritten messages scratched on wall-plaster to domestic sculptures labeled with texts to displays of official patronage posted in homes: a range of inscriptions appear within the private sphere in the Greco-Roman world. Rarely scrutinized as a discrete epigraphic phenomenon, the incised texts studied in this volume reveal that writing in private spaces was very much a part of the epigraphic culture of the Roman Empire. Contributors are: J.A. Baird, Francisco Beltrán Lloris, Rebecca Benefiel, Angela Cinalli, Mireille Corbier, Peter Keegan, Elisabeth Rathmayr, Karen Stern, Claire Taylor, Antonio Varone, Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, and Mantha Zarmakoupi"-- Provided by publisher.
  • Inscriptions in private spaces / Andrew Wallace-Hadrill
  • PART 1. GRAFFITI AND THE DOMESTIC SPHERE. Private graffiti? : scratching the walls of houses at Dura-Europos / Jennifer A. Baird
  • Graffiti in a house in Attica : reading, writing and the creation of private space / Claire Taylor
  • The spatial environment of inscriptions and graffiti in domestic spaces : the case of Delos / Mantha Zarmakoupi
  • The culture of writing graffiti within domestic spaces at Pompeii / Rebecca R. Benefiel
  • PART 2. DISCOURSES OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE. Newly discovered and corrected readings of iscrizioni "privatissime" from the Vesuvian Region / Antonio Varone
  • Honos clientium instituit sic colere patronos : a public/private epigraphic type : tabulae of hospitality and patronage / Francisco Beltran Lloris
  • The significance of sculptures with associated inscriptions in private houses in Ephesos, Pergamon and beyond / Elisabeth Rathmayr
  • PART 3. PLACE AND SPACE. Painted and charcoal inscriptions from the territory of Cyrene : evidence from the underworld / Angela Cinalli
  • Harnessing the sacred : hidden writing and "private" spaces in Levantine synagogues / Karen B. Stern
  • Graffiti as monvmenta and verba : marking territories, creating discourses in Roman Pompeii / Peter Keegan
  • Writing in the private sphere : epilogue / Mireille Corbier.
"When one thinks of inscriptions produced under the Roman Empire, public inscribed monuments are likely to come to mind. Hundreds of thousands of such inscriptions are known from across the breadth of the Roman Empire, preserved because they were created of durable material or were reused in subsequent building. This volume looks at another aspect of epigraphic creation -- from handwritten messages scratched on wall-plaster to domestic sculptures labeled with texts to displays of official patronage posted in homes: a range of inscriptions appear within the private sphere in the Greco-Roman world. Rarely scrutinized as a discrete epigraphic phenomenon, the incised texts studied in this volume reveal that writing in private spaces was very much a part of the epigraphic culture of the Roman Empire. Contributors are: J.A. Baird, Francisco Beltrán Lloris, Rebecca Benefiel, Angela Cinalli, Mireille Corbier, Peter Keegan, Elisabeth Rathmayr, Karen Stern, Claire Taylor, Antonio Varone, Andrew Wallace-Hadrill, and Mantha Zarmakoupi"-- Provided by publisher.
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CN350 .I56 2016 Unavailable In process Request
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xv, 340 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Part I FINDINGS FROM LONG-TERM OUTCOME STUDIES -- 1. Past and Future Directions in Psychosis Research -- EVELYN J. BROMET -- 2. Course of Bipolar Disorder in Adults and Children -- KATHLEEN RIES MERIKANGAS, NICOLE JAMESON, AND MAURICIO TOHEN -- 3. Can Course Help Reduce the Heterogeneity of Depressive Disorders? -- DANIEL N KLEIN -- 4. The Course of Substance Use Disorders: Trajectories, Endpoints, and Predictors -- CHRISTINE TIMKO, RUDOLF H. MOOS, AND JOHN W. FINNEY -- 5. Commentary: Divergent Views on Heterogeneity in Long-Term Course and Outcome of Adult Mental and Substance Disorders -- RAMIN MOJTABAI -- Part 2 ONGOING DEBATES ABOUT CASE DEFINITIONS: DIAGNOSTIC BOUNDARY ISSUES -- 6. Using Developmental Trajectories to Validate Diagnostic Categories: Comparing and Contrasting Asperger's Syndrome and Autism -- PETER SZATMARI -- 7. Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder: The Result of a Problem Looking for a Diagnosis -- GABRIELLE A. CARLSON -- 8. Deconstructing PTSD -- MATTHEW A. FRIEDMAN -- 9. The Quantitative Classification of Mental Illness: Emerging Solution to Boundary Problems -- ROMAN KOTOV -- Part 3 DIFFERING PERSPECTIVES ON THE CONCEPT OF RECOVERY -- 10. Long-term Outcomes of Juvenile-Onset Depression: Is Recovery a Viable Concept? -- MARIA KOVACS -- 11. Long-term Trajectories and Recovery from PTSD -- ZAHAVA SOLOMON, AVIGAL SNIR, HENRY FINGERHUT, AND MICHAL ROSENBERG -- 12. Preventive Strategies to Optimize Recovery In Psychosis -- PATRICK MCGORRY AND SHERILYN GOLDSTONE -- 13. Advocacy, Stigma, and Self-Disclosure: A Personal Perspective -- FREDERICK J. FRESE -- 14. Organizational Change towards Recovery Oriented Service Provision: A Provider's Perspective -- EDYE SCHWARTZ-- INTRODUCTION BY LISA DIXON -- Part 4 THE NEED FOR CONTINUED LONG-TERM OUTCOMES RESEARCH -- 15. Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: Old Problem, New Disorder, Limited Data -- CATHERINE R. GLENN, ADAM C. JAROSZEWSKI, ALEXANDER J. MILLNER, JACLYN C. KEARNS, AND MATTHEW K. NOCK -- 16. Blending Technological Innovations into Long-Term Prospective Research -- CARLOS N. PATO, JANET L. SOBELL, MICHELE T. PATO -- 17. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) of PTSD: Current Status and Future Directions -- EREL SHVIL, KATHARINE REINER VAN DER HOORN, SANTIAGO PAPINI, GREGORY M. SULLIVAN, AND YUVAL NERIA -- Part 5 EPILOGUE -- 18. Epilogue - Reconsidering Outcome Priorities for Serious Mental Illnesses -- ROBERT B. ZIPURSKY.
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Based on the 103rd annual meeting of the American Psychopathological Association, Long-Term Outcomes in Psychopathology Research: Rethinking the Scientific Agenda explores the long-term course of illness and functioning of individuals treated for mental health and substance use disorders and the outcomes research derived from these cases. Sections cover topics including: findings from long-term psychopathology outcome studies, problematic case definitions, differing perspectives on the concept of recovery, the need for continued long-term outcomes research, and research priorities for patients with chronic and severe disorders. The book employs the experiences of innovative mental health providers, reflecting the value of personal narratives in research conducted in cross-sectional increments with pre-formulated questions and response options. As psychiatry continues to refine its diagnostic categories and psychology demands greater attention to dimensionality, the need for interdisciplinary long-term studies is as critical as ever. This final volume in the American Psychopathological Association Series reflects on developments in outcomes research conducted in parallel with different disorders and offers suggestions for preserving long-term outcome studies as the mainstay of clinical knowledge.
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  • Part I FINDINGS FROM LONG-TERM OUTCOME STUDIES -- 1. Past and Future Directions in Psychosis Research -- EVELYN J. BROMET -- 2. Course of Bipolar Disorder in Adults and Children -- KATHLEEN RIES MERIKANGAS, NICOLE JAMESON, AND MAURICIO TOHEN -- 3. Can Course Help Reduce the Heterogeneity of Depressive Disorders? -- DANIEL N KLEIN -- 4. The Course of Substance Use Disorders: Trajectories, Endpoints, and Predictors -- CHRISTINE TIMKO, RUDOLF H. MOOS, AND JOHN W. FINNEY -- 5. Commentary: Divergent Views on Heterogeneity in Long-Term Course and Outcome of Adult Mental and Substance Disorders -- RAMIN MOJTABAI -- Part 2 ONGOING DEBATES ABOUT CASE DEFINITIONS: DIAGNOSTIC BOUNDARY ISSUES -- 6. Using Developmental Trajectories to Validate Diagnostic Categories: Comparing and Contrasting Asperger's Syndrome and Autism -- PETER SZATMARI -- 7. Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder: The Result of a Problem Looking for a Diagnosis -- GABRIELLE A. CARLSON -- 8. Deconstructing PTSD -- MATTHEW A. FRIEDMAN -- 9. The Quantitative Classification of Mental Illness: Emerging Solution to Boundary Problems -- ROMAN KOTOV -- Part 3 DIFFERING PERSPECTIVES ON THE CONCEPT OF RECOVERY -- 10. Long-term Outcomes of Juvenile-Onset Depression: Is Recovery a Viable Concept? -- MARIA KOVACS -- 11. Long-term Trajectories and Recovery from PTSD -- ZAHAVA SOLOMON, AVIGAL SNIR, HENRY FINGERHUT, AND MICHAL ROSENBERG -- 12. Preventive Strategies to Optimize Recovery In Psychosis -- PATRICK MCGORRY AND SHERILYN GOLDSTONE -- 13. Advocacy, Stigma, and Self-Disclosure: A Personal Perspective -- FREDERICK J. FRESE -- 14. Organizational Change towards Recovery Oriented Service Provision: A Provider's Perspective -- EDYE SCHWARTZ-- INTRODUCTION BY LISA DIXON -- Part 4 THE NEED FOR CONTINUED LONG-TERM OUTCOMES RESEARCH -- 15. Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: Old Problem, New Disorder, Limited Data -- CATHERINE R. GLENN, ADAM C. JAROSZEWSKI, ALEXANDER J. MILLNER, JACLYN C. KEARNS, AND MATTHEW K. NOCK -- 16. Blending Technological Innovations into Long-Term Prospective Research -- CARLOS N. PATO, JANET L. SOBELL, MICHELE T. PATO -- 17. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) of PTSD: Current Status and Future Directions -- EREL SHVIL, KATHARINE REINER VAN DER HOORN, SANTIAGO PAPINI, GREGORY M. SULLIVAN, AND YUVAL NERIA -- Part 5 EPILOGUE -- 18. Epilogue - Reconsidering Outcome Priorities for Serious Mental Illnesses -- ROBERT B. ZIPURSKY.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Based on the 103rd annual meeting of the American Psychopathological Association, Long-Term Outcomes in Psychopathology Research: Rethinking the Scientific Agenda explores the long-term course of illness and functioning of individuals treated for mental health and substance use disorders and the outcomes research derived from these cases. Sections cover topics including: findings from long-term psychopathology outcome studies, problematic case definitions, differing perspectives on the concept of recovery, the need for continued long-term outcomes research, and research priorities for patients with chronic and severe disorders. The book employs the experiences of innovative mental health providers, reflecting the value of personal narratives in research conducted in cross-sectional increments with pre-formulated questions and response options. As psychiatry continues to refine its diagnostic categories and psychology demands greater attention to dimensionality, the need for interdisciplinary long-term studies is as critical as ever. This final volume in the American Psychopathological Association Series reflects on developments in outcomes research conducted in parallel with different disorders and offers suggestions for preserving long-term outcome studies as the mainstay of clinical knowledge.
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RC467 .A44 2016 Unknown
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xiii, 313 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • List of Illustrations -- List of Contributors -- Note on Editions -- Introduction -- 1. Epicurean Subversion? Lucretius' First Proem and Contemporary Roman Culture -- 2. Lucretius in the Early Modern Period: Texts and Contexts -- 3. Lucretian Naturalism and the Evolution of Machiavelli's Ethics -- 4. Poetic Flights or Retreats? Latin Lucretian Poems in Sixteenth-Century Italy -- 5. Lucretius, Irreligion, and Atheism in Early Modern Venice -- 6. 'Well said/well thought': How Montaigne Read his Lucretius -- 7. Michel de Marolles's 1650 Translation of Lucretius and its Reception in England -- 8. Lucretianism and Some Seventeenth-Century Theories of Human Origin -- 9. Natural Reason and the Laws of Nature in Early Modern Versions of Lucretius -- 10. Atheists and Republicans: Interpreting Lucretius in Revolutionary England -- 11. Political Philosophy in a Lucretian Mode -- Bibliography -- Index.
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The rediscovery in the fifteenth century of Lucretius' De rerum natura was a challenge to received ideas. The poem offered a vision of the creation of the universe, the origins and goals of human life, and the formation of the state, all without reference to divine intervention. It has been hailed in Stephen Greenblatt's best-selling book, The Swerve, as the poem that invented modernity. But how modern did early modern readers want to become? This collection of essays offers a series of case studies which demonstrate the sophisticated ways in which some readers might relate the poem to received ideas, assimilating Lucretius to theories of natural law and even natural theology, while others were at once attracted to Lucretius' subversiveness and driven to dissociate themselves from him. The volume presents a wide geographical range, from Florence and Venice to France, England, and Germany, and extends chronologically from Lucretius' contemporary audience to the European Enlightenment. It covers both major authors such as Montaigne and neglected figures such as Italian neo-Latin poets, and is the first book in the field to pay close attention to Lucretius' impact on political thought, both in philosophy - from Machiavelli, through Hobbes, to Rousseau - and in the topical spin put on the De rerum natura by translators in revolutionary England. It combines careful attention to material contexts of book production and distribution with close readings of particular interpretations and translations, to present a rich and nuanced profile of the mark made by a remarkable poem.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • List of Illustrations -- List of Contributors -- Note on Editions -- Introduction -- 1. Epicurean Subversion? Lucretius' First Proem and Contemporary Roman Culture -- 2. Lucretius in the Early Modern Period: Texts and Contexts -- 3. Lucretian Naturalism and the Evolution of Machiavelli's Ethics -- 4. Poetic Flights or Retreats? Latin Lucretian Poems in Sixteenth-Century Italy -- 5. Lucretius, Irreligion, and Atheism in Early Modern Venice -- 6. 'Well said/well thought': How Montaigne Read his Lucretius -- 7. Michel de Marolles's 1650 Translation of Lucretius and its Reception in England -- 8. Lucretianism and Some Seventeenth-Century Theories of Human Origin -- 9. Natural Reason and the Laws of Nature in Early Modern Versions of Lucretius -- 10. Atheists and Republicans: Interpreting Lucretius in Revolutionary England -- 11. Political Philosophy in a Lucretian Mode -- Bibliography -- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The rediscovery in the fifteenth century of Lucretius' De rerum natura was a challenge to received ideas. The poem offered a vision of the creation of the universe, the origins and goals of human life, and the formation of the state, all without reference to divine intervention. It has been hailed in Stephen Greenblatt's best-selling book, The Swerve, as the poem that invented modernity. But how modern did early modern readers want to become? This collection of essays offers a series of case studies which demonstrate the sophisticated ways in which some readers might relate the poem to received ideas, assimilating Lucretius to theories of natural law and even natural theology, while others were at once attracted to Lucretius' subversiveness and driven to dissociate themselves from him. The volume presents a wide geographical range, from Florence and Venice to France, England, and Germany, and extends chronologically from Lucretius' contemporary audience to the European Enlightenment. It covers both major authors such as Montaigne and neglected figures such as Italian neo-Latin poets, and is the first book in the field to pay close attention to Lucretius' impact on political thought, both in philosophy - from Machiavelli, through Hobbes, to Rousseau - and in the topical spin put on the De rerum natura by translators in revolutionary England. It combines careful attention to material contexts of book production and distribution with close readings of particular interpretations and translations, to present a rich and nuanced profile of the mark made by a remarkable poem.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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PA6484 .L852 2016 Unavailable In process Request
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xxii, 284 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction: remembering and reviving in states of flux / Christian Pentzold, Christine Lohmeier and Andrea Hajek
  • Archive me! media, memory, uncertainty / Andrew Hoskins
  • Memory, media and methodological footings / Michael Pickering and Emily Keightley
  • Rejoining through states of emergency
  • Towards a memo-techno-ecology: mediating memories of extreme flooding in resilient communities / Joanne Garde-Hansen, Lindsey McEwen and Owain Jones
  • Digitizing the memorial: institutional and vernacular remembrances of the Taiwanese 921 earthquake and typhoon Morakot / Chiaoning Su and Paige L. Gibson
  • Geolocating the past: online memories after the L'Aquila earthquake / Manuela Farinosi and Alessandra Micalizzi
  • Reforming states of affairs
  • Disrupting the past, reframing the present: websites, alternative histories and petit récits as black nationalist politics / Sarah Florini-- Feminist impact: exploring the cultural memory of second-wave feminism in contemporary Italy / Andrea Hajek
  • Echoes of the Spanish Revolution: social memories, social struggles / Ruth M. Sanz Sabido
  • Asbestos memories: journalistic ʻmediationʼ in mediated prospective memory / Mia Lindgren and Gail Phillips
  • Recollecting states of identities
  • Stories of love and hate: cultural memory in the Cuban diaspora / Ivab Darias Alfonso
  • Media memory practices and community of remembrance: youth radio DT64 / Anne Kaun and Fredrik Stiernstedt
  • August 1991 and the memory of communism in Russia / Rolf Fredheim
  • Recalling states of life
  • Mourning in a ʻsociotechnicallyʼ acceptable manner: a Facebook case study / David Myles and Florence Millerand
  • Remembering, witnessing, bringing closure: Srebrenica burial ceremonies on YouTube / Laura Huttunen
  • Remembering Zyzz: distributed memories on distributed networks / Bjorn Nansen, Michael Arnold, Martin Gibbs, Tamara Kohn and James Meese.
  • Introduction: remembering and reviving in states of flux / Christian Pentzold, Christine Lohmeier and Andrea Hajek
  • Archive me! media, memory, uncertainty / Andrew Hoskins
  • Memory, media and methodological footings / Michael Pickering and Emily Keightley
  • Rejoining through states of emergency
  • Towards a memo-techno-ecology: mediating memories of extreme flooding in resilient communities / Joanne Garde-Hansen, Lindsey McEwen and Owain Jones
  • Digitizing the memorial: institutional and vernacular remembrances of the Taiwanese 921 earthquake and typhoon Morakot / Chiaoning Su and Paige L. Gibson
  • Geolocating the past: online memories after the L'Aquila earthquake / Manuela Farinosi and Alessandra Micalizzi
  • Reforming states of affairs
  • Disrupting the past, reframing the present: websites, alternative histories and petit récits as black nationalist politics / Sarah Florini-- Feminist impact: exploring the cultural memory of second-wave feminism in contemporary Italy / Andrea Hajek
  • Echoes of the Spanish Revolution: social memories, social struggles / Ruth M. Sanz Sabido
  • Asbestos memories: journalistic ʻmediationʼ in mediated prospective memory / Mia Lindgren and Gail Phillips
  • Recollecting states of identities
  • Stories of love and hate: cultural memory in the Cuban diaspora / Ivab Darias Alfonso
  • Media memory practices and community of remembrance: youth radio DT64 / Anne Kaun and Fredrik Stiernstedt
  • August 1991 and the memory of communism in Russia / Rolf Fredheim
  • Recalling states of life
  • Mourning in a ʻsociotechnicallyʼ acceptable manner: a Facebook case study / David Myles and Florence Millerand
  • Remembering, witnessing, bringing closure: Srebrenica burial ceremonies on YouTube / Laura Huttunen
  • Remembering Zyzz: distributed memories on distributed networks / Bjorn Nansen, Michael Arnold, Martin Gibbs, Tamara Kohn and James Meese.
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11. Le moment Eichmann [2016]

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  • Introduction : Beth Mishpat! / Sylvie Lindeperg et Annette Wieviorka -- Echos et relais -- Chroniques judiciaires, Isabelle Delpla -- Eichmann sur les ondes: la radio et la fabrique d'un procès historique / Amit Pinchevski, Tamar Liebes et Ora Herman -- Hurwitz à Jérusalem: du procès comme série télévisée / Sylvie Lindeperg et Annette Wieviorka -- Une époque en procès. Le procès Eichmann à la télévision d'Allemagne fédérale / Judith Keilbach -- De l'écriture de l'histoire: le documentaire face au prétoire / Julie Maeck -- Le procès de Jérusalem et la représentation de la Shoah en URSS / Vanessa Voisin -- Le procès Eichmann à la télévision américaine / Jeffley Shandler -- Traumatisme à la cour / Shoshana Felman -- Empreintes et postérités -- Eichmann à Jérusalem: confection, statut et réception du texte / Michelle-Irène Brudny -- De l'usage de l'archive dans Un spécialiste / Stewart Tryster -- Reprise de vues, rigueur historique et licence poétique : à propos d'un remake du procès Eichmann / François Niney -- Adolf Eichmann à l'écran : entre monstre et banalité de la banalité / Matthias Steinle -- L'empreinte du procès Eichmann dans le cinéma israélien / Ophir Levy.
"Seuls deux procès du nazisme peuvent prétendre au statut de lieu de mémoire : celui de Nuremberg et celui d'Adolf Eichmann. C'est ce dernier procès qui constitue le génocide des Juifs en événement distinct, le détourant de l'histoire de la Seconde Guerre mondiale pour l'inscrire dans la seule histoire des Juifs. Le procès Eichmann fut aussi l'un des tout premiers événements médiatiques mondiaux. Cet ouvrage collectif analyse pour la première fois la façon dont il fut raconté par la presse, la radio, la télévision ainsi que la postérité de ces premiers récits. Une pensée politique forte, un récit raconté de façon puissante par les témoins et une médiatisation bien pensée font de ce procès un événement fondateur. Il y eut bien un "moment Eichmann" qui délimita un avant et un après."--Page 4 of cover.
  • Introduction : Beth Mishpat! / Sylvie Lindeperg et Annette Wieviorka -- Echos et relais -- Chroniques judiciaires, Isabelle Delpla -- Eichmann sur les ondes: la radio et la fabrique d'un procès historique / Amit Pinchevski, Tamar Liebes et Ora Herman -- Hurwitz à Jérusalem: du procès comme série télévisée / Sylvie Lindeperg et Annette Wieviorka -- Une époque en procès. Le procès Eichmann à la télévision d'Allemagne fédérale / Judith Keilbach -- De l'écriture de l'histoire: le documentaire face au prétoire / Julie Maeck -- Le procès de Jérusalem et la représentation de la Shoah en URSS / Vanessa Voisin -- Le procès Eichmann à la télévision américaine / Jeffley Shandler -- Traumatisme à la cour / Shoshana Felman -- Empreintes et postérités -- Eichmann à Jérusalem: confection, statut et réception du texte / Michelle-Irène Brudny -- De l'usage de l'archive dans Un spécialiste / Stewart Tryster -- Reprise de vues, rigueur historique et licence poétique : à propos d'un remake du procès Eichmann / François Niney -- Adolf Eichmann à l'écran : entre monstre et banalité de la banalité / Matthias Steinle -- L'empreinte du procès Eichmann dans le cinéma israélien / Ophir Levy.
"Seuls deux procès du nazisme peuvent prétendre au statut de lieu de mémoire : celui de Nuremberg et celui d'Adolf Eichmann. C'est ce dernier procès qui constitue le génocide des Juifs en événement distinct, le détourant de l'histoire de la Seconde Guerre mondiale pour l'inscrire dans la seule histoire des Juifs. Le procès Eichmann fut aussi l'un des tout premiers événements médiatiques mondiaux. Cet ouvrage collectif analyse pour la première fois la façon dont il fut raconté par la presse, la radio, la télévision ainsi que la postérité de ces premiers récits. Une pensée politique forte, un récit raconté de façon puissante par les témoins et une médiatisation bien pensée font de ce procès un événement fondateur. Il y eut bien un "moment Eichmann" qui délimita un avant et un après."--Page 4 of cover.
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xii, 269 pages : illustration ; 23 cm
  • 1. 'The 'Invisible' Export of Thought': German Science and Southern Europe, 1933-45-- Fernando Clara 2. Beyond Germanness? Music's History as 'Entangled History' in German Musicology From the End of the Nineteenth Century to the Second World War-- Mauro Fosco Bertola 3. Tourism as Networking for a Pan-Fascist Mobilisation before World War II-- Mario Matos 4. Student and Scholar Mobility between Nazi Germany and Southern/Southeastern Europe-- Johannes Dafinger 5. International Contacts in the First Years of the Spanish CSIC (1940-1945)-- Pablo Perez Lopez 6. The Role of Culture in German-Spanish Relations during National-Socialism-- Maricio Janue i Miret 7. The Longing for a 'Conservative Revolution': German Influences over the Greek Inter-war Politicization of Technology and Science-- Vassilios A. Bogiatzis 8. Portugal at the 'Third Front'-- Claudia Ninhos 9. The Library of the Deutsches Archaologisches Institut Rom and Perceptions of German Scholarship-- Frederick Whitling 10. Tracing Eugenics: German Influences on a Greek Background, c. 1930-1945-- Giorgos Kokkinos and Markos Karasarinis 11. The Mild Eugenics Temptation in Portugal-- Irene Flunser Pimentel 12. A 'Fascist' Colonialism? German National Socialist and Italian Fascist Colonial Cooperation, 1936-1943-- Eric S. Roubinek 13. Breaking Points of the 'Axis': Austrian Scholars, Politics, and Nazi Expansion to the South-- Michael Wedekind 14. Planning a 'Modern Colonization on European Soil'? German Scientific Travels and Expeditions to Greece during National Socialism-- Maria Zarifi 15. Citizens of the Third Reich in the Tropics: German Scientific Expeditions to Brazil Under the Vargas Regime (1933-1940)-- Magali Romero Sa and Andre Felipe Candido da Silva.
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Nazi Germany and Southern Europe, 1933-45 is about transnational fascist discourse. It addresses the cultural and scientific links between Nazi Germany and Southern Europe focusing on a hybrid international environment and an intricate set of objects that include individual, social, cultural or scientific networks and events.
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  • 1. 'The 'Invisible' Export of Thought': German Science and Southern Europe, 1933-45-- Fernando Clara 2. Beyond Germanness? Music's History as 'Entangled History' in German Musicology From the End of the Nineteenth Century to the Second World War-- Mauro Fosco Bertola 3. Tourism as Networking for a Pan-Fascist Mobilisation before World War II-- Mario Matos 4. Student and Scholar Mobility between Nazi Germany and Southern/Southeastern Europe-- Johannes Dafinger 5. International Contacts in the First Years of the Spanish CSIC (1940-1945)-- Pablo Perez Lopez 6. The Role of Culture in German-Spanish Relations during National-Socialism-- Maricio Janue i Miret 7. The Longing for a 'Conservative Revolution': German Influences over the Greek Inter-war Politicization of Technology and Science-- Vassilios A. Bogiatzis 8. Portugal at the 'Third Front'-- Claudia Ninhos 9. The Library of the Deutsches Archaologisches Institut Rom and Perceptions of German Scholarship-- Frederick Whitling 10. Tracing Eugenics: German Influences on a Greek Background, c. 1930-1945-- Giorgos Kokkinos and Markos Karasarinis 11. The Mild Eugenics Temptation in Portugal-- Irene Flunser Pimentel 12. A 'Fascist' Colonialism? German National Socialist and Italian Fascist Colonial Cooperation, 1936-1943-- Eric S. Roubinek 13. Breaking Points of the 'Axis': Austrian Scholars, Politics, and Nazi Expansion to the South-- Michael Wedekind 14. Planning a 'Modern Colonization on European Soil'? German Scientific Travels and Expeditions to Greece during National Socialism-- Maria Zarifi 15. Citizens of the Third Reich in the Tropics: German Scientific Expeditions to Brazil Under the Vargas Regime (1933-1940)-- Magali Romero Sa and Andre Felipe Candido da Silva.
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Nazi Germany and Southern Europe, 1933-45 is about transnational fascist discourse. It addresses the cultural and scientific links between Nazi Germany and Southern Europe focusing on a hybrid international environment and an intricate set of objects that include individual, social, cultural or scientific networks and events.
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346 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Acknowledgements RALF HERTEL AND DAVID MALCOLM Introduction: On John Berger: Telling Stories 1. Fiction RICHARD TURNEY 'Naturally, I have changed most of the names': The Johns of A Painter of Our Time STEFAN WELZ The Foot of Clive: The Collective in Quarantine JOHN BOWEN Economy, Seduction, Transumption: 'Boris' and G. MILOSZ WOJTYNA Prominent Absences: John Berger's Benjaminian Storytelling MARTA ALEKSANDROWICZ-WOJTYNA Spatiotemporal Gymnastics in John Berger's Into Their Labours BARTOSZ LUTOSTANSKI Refuting a Sentence, or: How John Berger Refutes Himself MONIKA SZUBA John Berger's Endless Text: Aesthetics of the Fragment, the Nouveau Roman, and Storytelling RALF HERTEL The Body of the Text: To the Wedding, From A to X, and the Corporeality of John Berger's Later Fiction RACHEL BOWER John Berger: Epistolarity and a Life in Letters 2. Non-fiction TOM OVERTON 'As if it were the only one': The Story of John Berger's Booker Prize for G. CHARLOTTE KENT Surveying and Being Surveyed: Gender Aspects in John Berger's Ways of Seeing PILAR SANCHEZ CALLE Country Man, Urban Migrant: A Seventh Man DAVID MALCOLM 'This is a correct decision': An Analysis of Some Aspects of Style in John Berger's Essays 3. On Screen JONATHAN CONLIN 'An irresponsible flow of images': Berger, Clark, and the Art of Television, 1958-1988 JOSHUA SPERLING John Berger and the Cinema TIMOTHY NEAT Invisible Cinema: John Berger, Play Me Something, and Walk Me Home Notes on Contributors.
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"On John Berger: Telling Stories" is the first collection of essays exploring the multi-facetted, genre-crossing work of John Berger from an interdisciplinary perspective.
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  • Acknowledgements RALF HERTEL AND DAVID MALCOLM Introduction: On John Berger: Telling Stories 1. Fiction RICHARD TURNEY 'Naturally, I have changed most of the names': The Johns of A Painter of Our Time STEFAN WELZ The Foot of Clive: The Collective in Quarantine JOHN BOWEN Economy, Seduction, Transumption: 'Boris' and G. MILOSZ WOJTYNA Prominent Absences: John Berger's Benjaminian Storytelling MARTA ALEKSANDROWICZ-WOJTYNA Spatiotemporal Gymnastics in John Berger's Into Their Labours BARTOSZ LUTOSTANSKI Refuting a Sentence, or: How John Berger Refutes Himself MONIKA SZUBA John Berger's Endless Text: Aesthetics of the Fragment, the Nouveau Roman, and Storytelling RALF HERTEL The Body of the Text: To the Wedding, From A to X, and the Corporeality of John Berger's Later Fiction RACHEL BOWER John Berger: Epistolarity and a Life in Letters 2. Non-fiction TOM OVERTON 'As if it were the only one': The Story of John Berger's Booker Prize for G. CHARLOTTE KENT Surveying and Being Surveyed: Gender Aspects in John Berger's Ways of Seeing PILAR SANCHEZ CALLE Country Man, Urban Migrant: A Seventh Man DAVID MALCOLM 'This is a correct decision': An Analysis of Some Aspects of Style in John Berger's Essays 3. On Screen JONATHAN CONLIN 'An irresponsible flow of images': Berger, Clark, and the Art of Television, 1958-1988 JOSHUA SPERLING John Berger and the Cinema TIMOTHY NEAT Invisible Cinema: John Berger, Play Me Something, and Walk Me Home Notes on Contributors.
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"On John Berger: Telling Stories" is the first collection of essays exploring the multi-facetted, genre-crossing work of John Berger from an interdisciplinary perspective.
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vii, 478 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
  • Domingo De Sotos Auseinandersetzung mit der protestantischen Theologie in "De natura et gratia" im Ringen um den philosophisch-theologischen Begriff "natura pura" gegen Luthers Menschenbild / Jorge Uscatescu Barrón
  • Die konfessorische Katholizität Georgs von Anhalt / Augustinus Sander, OSB
  • "Des Pabstes eigene Scribenten" : lutherische Geschichtsschreibung : historiographische Praktiken : Intertextualität / Matthias Pohlig
  • Reformatoren drucken das Mittelalter : Luthers "Theologia deutsch" und Melanchthons Lampert von Hersfeld / Arno Mentzel-Reuters
  • Luthers Blick auf das Mittelalter / Volker Leppin
  • Die "articuli fidei" als Grund des Glaubens und der Theologie : Genese und Kritik eines Grndbegriffs der Ekklesiologie / Günter Frank
  • Martin Luthers kritische Wahrnehmung "der" Scholastik in seiner so genannten "Disputatio contra scholasticam theologiam" / Theodor Dieter
  • "Crux/Cruxifixus sola/solus est nostra Theologia"? : Luthers solus Christus, seine mittelalterlichen Wurzeln und seine offenbarungstheologischen Implikationen / Johanna Rahner
  • Aus Konflikten lernen : der Verlauf gelehrter Kontroversen im Spätmittelalter und ihr Nutzen für die Reformation / Jan-Hendryk De Boer
  • Nicolaus Taurellus oder die Geburt der Gleichheit aus dem Geist der Erbsünde / Henrik Wels
  • Lambert Daneau kommentiert Petrus Lombardus : eine reformierte Auseinandersetzung mit einem Basistext mittelalterlicher Scholastik / Ueli Zahnd
  • Die Kontinuität der memoria : Überlegungen am Beispiel von sächsischen Grabdenkmälern / Tarald Rasmussen
  • Die Geburtswehen der mittellateinischen Philologie : Polycarp Leyser IV. und das Mittelalter / Bernd Roling
  • "nach der alten gebreuchlichen Lateinischen Translation gelesen und gesungen" : Zur Stundenliturgie in den Klöstern Württembergs nach Einführung der Reformation / Andreas Odenthal
  • Der wichtigste karolingische Autor im "Catalogus testium veritatis" des Matthias Flacius Illyricus / Martina Hartmann
  • Die Reformation und die nominalistische Wende / Günther Mensching
  • Gedankenmuster der Reformation in mittelalterlichem Licht / Antonie Vos
  • Die Renaissance als Beginn der Neuzeit : Mit einem Seitenblick auf die Reformation / Ulrich Muhlack
  • Die Eigenart der Scholastik in Gerhard Ebelings Lutherdeutung / Risto Saarinen.
  • Domingo De Sotos Auseinandersetzung mit der protestantischen Theologie in "De natura et gratia" im Ringen um den philosophisch-theologischen Begriff "natura pura" gegen Luthers Menschenbild / Jorge Uscatescu Barrón
  • Die konfessorische Katholizität Georgs von Anhalt / Augustinus Sander, OSB
  • "Des Pabstes eigene Scribenten" : lutherische Geschichtsschreibung : historiographische Praktiken : Intertextualität / Matthias Pohlig
  • Reformatoren drucken das Mittelalter : Luthers "Theologia deutsch" und Melanchthons Lampert von Hersfeld / Arno Mentzel-Reuters
  • Luthers Blick auf das Mittelalter / Volker Leppin
  • Die "articuli fidei" als Grund des Glaubens und der Theologie : Genese und Kritik eines Grndbegriffs der Ekklesiologie / Günter Frank
  • Martin Luthers kritische Wahrnehmung "der" Scholastik in seiner so genannten "Disputatio contra scholasticam theologiam" / Theodor Dieter
  • "Crux/Cruxifixus sola/solus est nostra Theologia"? : Luthers solus Christus, seine mittelalterlichen Wurzeln und seine offenbarungstheologischen Implikationen / Johanna Rahner
  • Aus Konflikten lernen : der Verlauf gelehrter Kontroversen im Spätmittelalter und ihr Nutzen für die Reformation / Jan-Hendryk De Boer
  • Nicolaus Taurellus oder die Geburt der Gleichheit aus dem Geist der Erbsünde / Henrik Wels
  • Lambert Daneau kommentiert Petrus Lombardus : eine reformierte Auseinandersetzung mit einem Basistext mittelalterlicher Scholastik / Ueli Zahnd
  • Die Kontinuität der memoria : Überlegungen am Beispiel von sächsischen Grabdenkmälern / Tarald Rasmussen
  • Die Geburtswehen der mittellateinischen Philologie : Polycarp Leyser IV. und das Mittelalter / Bernd Roling
  • "nach der alten gebreuchlichen Lateinischen Translation gelesen und gesungen" : Zur Stundenliturgie in den Klöstern Württembergs nach Einführung der Reformation / Andreas Odenthal
  • Der wichtigste karolingische Autor im "Catalogus testium veritatis" des Matthias Flacius Illyricus / Martina Hartmann
  • Die Reformation und die nominalistische Wende / Günther Mensching
  • Gedankenmuster der Reformation in mittelalterlichem Licht / Antonie Vos
  • Die Renaissance als Beginn der Neuzeit : Mit einem Seitenblick auf die Reformation / Ulrich Muhlack
  • Die Eigenart der Scholastik in Gerhard Ebelings Lutherdeutung / Risto Saarinen.
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  • Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Introduction -- Part I -- 1. Philosophy and philosophi: From Cicero to Apuleius -- Harry Hine -- Part II -- 2. Roman Pythagoras -- Katharina Volk -- 3. Philosophy Is in the Streets -- James E. G. Zetzel -- 4. To See and to Be Seen: On Vision and Perception in Lucretius and Cicero -- Tobias Reinhardt -- 5. Teaching Pericles: Cicero on the Study of Nature -- Gretchen Reydams-Schils -- Part III -- 6. Tyrants, Fire, and Dangerous Things Andrew M. Riggsby -- 7. Precept(or) and Example in Seneca -- Matthew Roller -- 8. True Greatness of Soul in Seneca's De constantia sapientis -- Yelena Baraz -- 9. Minding the Gap: Seneca, the Self, and the Sublime -- Gareth D. Williams -- 10. The Emotional Intelligence of Epicureans: Doctrinalism and Adaptation in Seneca's Epistles -- Margaret Graver -- Part IV -- 11. <"You're Playing You Now>": Helvidius Priscus as a Stoic Hero -- Wolfgang-Rainer Mann -- 12. Platonizing Latin: Apuleius' Phaedo -- Richard Fletcher -- 13. Why Ancient Skeptics Don't Doubt the Existence of the External World: Augustine and the Beginnings of Modern Skepticism -- Katja Maria Vogt -- Works Cited.
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When the Romans adopted Greek literary genres, artistic techniques, and iconographies, they did not slavishly imitate their models. Rather, the Romans created vibrant and original literature and art. The same is true for philosophy, though the rich Roman philosophical tradition is still too often treated as a mere footnote to the history of Greek philosophy. This volume aims to reassert the significance of Roman philosophy and to explore the "Romanness" of philosophical writings and practices in the Roman world. The contributors reveal that the Romans, in their creative adaptation of Greek modes of thought, developed sophisticated forms of philosophical discourse shaped by their own history and institutions, concepts and values-and last, but not least, by the Latin language, which nearly all Roman philosophers used to express their ideas. The thirteen chapters-which are authored by an international group of specialists in ancient philosophy, Latin literature, and Roman social and intellectual history-move from Roman attitudes to and practices of philosophy to the great late Republican writers Cicero and Lucretius, then onwards to the early Empire and the work of Seneca the Younger, and finally to Epictetus, Apuleius, and Augustine. Using a variety of approaches, the essays do not combine into one grand narrative but instead demonstrate the diversity and originality of the Roman philosophical discourse over the centuries.
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  • Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Introduction -- Part I -- 1. Philosophy and philosophi: From Cicero to Apuleius -- Harry Hine -- Part II -- 2. Roman Pythagoras -- Katharina Volk -- 3. Philosophy Is in the Streets -- James E. G. Zetzel -- 4. To See and to Be Seen: On Vision and Perception in Lucretius and Cicero -- Tobias Reinhardt -- 5. Teaching Pericles: Cicero on the Study of Nature -- Gretchen Reydams-Schils -- Part III -- 6. Tyrants, Fire, and Dangerous Things Andrew M. Riggsby -- 7. Precept(or) and Example in Seneca -- Matthew Roller -- 8. True Greatness of Soul in Seneca's De constantia sapientis -- Yelena Baraz -- 9. Minding the Gap: Seneca, the Self, and the Sublime -- Gareth D. Williams -- 10. The Emotional Intelligence of Epicureans: Doctrinalism and Adaptation in Seneca's Epistles -- Margaret Graver -- Part IV -- 11. <"You're Playing You Now>": Helvidius Priscus as a Stoic Hero -- Wolfgang-Rainer Mann -- 12. Platonizing Latin: Apuleius' Phaedo -- Richard Fletcher -- 13. Why Ancient Skeptics Don't Doubt the Existence of the External World: Augustine and the Beginnings of Modern Skepticism -- Katja Maria Vogt -- Works Cited.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
When the Romans adopted Greek literary genres, artistic techniques, and iconographies, they did not slavishly imitate their models. Rather, the Romans created vibrant and original literature and art. The same is true for philosophy, though the rich Roman philosophical tradition is still too often treated as a mere footnote to the history of Greek philosophy. This volume aims to reassert the significance of Roman philosophy and to explore the "Romanness" of philosophical writings and practices in the Roman world. The contributors reveal that the Romans, in their creative adaptation of Greek modes of thought, developed sophisticated forms of philosophical discourse shaped by their own history and institutions, concepts and values-and last, but not least, by the Latin language, which nearly all Roman philosophers used to express their ideas. The thirteen chapters-which are authored by an international group of specialists in ancient philosophy, Latin literature, and Roman social and intellectual history-move from Roman attitudes to and practices of philosophy to the great late Republican writers Cicero and Lucretius, then onwards to the early Empire and the work of Seneca the Younger, and finally to Epictetus, Apuleius, and Augustine. Using a variety of approaches, the essays do not combine into one grand narrative but instead demonstrate the diversity and originality of the Roman philosophical discourse over the centuries.
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1 online resource (xxii, 598 p.) : ill. (some col.).
"Unified Field Mechanics, the topic of the 9th international symposium honoring noted French mathematical physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier cannot be considered highly speculative as a myopic critic might surmise. The 8th Vigier Symposium proceedings "The Physics of Reality" should in fact be touted as a companion volume because of its dramatic theoretical Field Mechanics in additional dimensionality. Many still consider the Planck-scale zero-point field stochastic quantum foam as the 'basement of reality'. This could only be considered true under the limitations of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum theory. As we enter the next regime of Unified Field Mechanics we now know that the energy-dependent Einstein–Minkowski manifold called spacetime has a finite radius beyond which a large-scale multiverse beckons. So far a battery of 14 experiments has been designed to falsify the model. When the 1st is successfully performed, a revolution in Natural Science will occur! This volume strengthens and expands the theoretical and experimental basis for that immanent new age."-- Provided by publisher.
"Unified Field Mechanics, the topic of the 9th international symposium honoring noted French mathematical physicist Jean-Pierre Vigier cannot be considered highly speculative as a myopic critic might surmise. The 8th Vigier Symposium proceedings "The Physics of Reality" should in fact be touted as a companion volume because of its dramatic theoretical Field Mechanics in additional dimensionality. Many still consider the Planck-scale zero-point field stochastic quantum foam as the 'basement of reality'. This could only be considered true under the limitations of the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum theory. As we enter the next regime of Unified Field Mechanics we now know that the energy-dependent Einstein–Minkowski manifold called spacetime has a finite radius beyond which a large-scale multiverse beckons. So far a battery of 14 experiments has been designed to falsify the model. When the 1st is successfully performed, a revolution in Natural Science will occur! This volume strengthens and expands the theoretical and experimental basis for that immanent new age."-- Provided by publisher.
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  • Preface: Voices from Assisi PART I: THINKING OUTSIDE THE ECUMENICAL BOX 1. Thinking Outside the Ecumenical Box - Assisi 2012: Story, Method and Beyond-- Gerard Mannion 2. Thinking Beyond Conflict and Confrontation: Lessons from the Quest for Peace-- Paul Arthur 3. 'Together With Those Who Hold the Incomparable Treasure': Clare of Assisi on Relational Spirituality-- Jean Molesky-Poz PART II: BEYOND WHAT REMAINS DIVISIVE - THEORY AND PRACTICE 4. Precarious Life, Laments, and the Promise of Prophetic Ecumenical and Interfaith Communities-- Brad Hinze 5. Where and When Gender Divides: Reflections from an Orthodox Perspective-- Eleni Kasselouri-Hatzivassiliadi 6. Difficult Dialogue and Wisdoms About Difference: Doing as a Way of Knowing-- Mary McClintock Fulkerson PART III: TRANSCENDING ECCLESIAL IMPASSE 7. Seeing Beyond the Religious and Social Divide: the Intercultural Church in the Migrant Context-- Agnes M. Brazal and Emmanuel S. de Guzman 8. 'Unreal Worlds Meeting'? Reality and Illusion in Ecumenical Dialogue-- Paul Avis 9. Does a Doctrinal Teaching Office have an Ecumenical Future?-- Richard R. Gaillardetz PART IV: TRANSCENDING RELIGIOUS DIFFERENCE: WHERE WE DWELL IN COMMON 10. Communicative Theology: a New Way of Engagement-- Bernd Jochen Hilberath 11. Interfaith Dialogue: Where Are We Going?-- Peter C. Phan 12. Where We Dwell In Common: Ecclesial Spirituality as a Basis for Living With Other Religions-- Roger Haight, S.J. Afterword: Assisi 2012 and the Future of Dialogue.
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This book originated on the steep slopes of Umbria, inspired by the ideas of the thirteenth century visionaries Francis and Clare of Assisi, who promoted dialogue in forms that were well beyond the conventional norms of their day. Drawn by their inspiring visions for open and dynamic exchange, which have fuelled the work of countless others since their day, an ecumenical and interfaith gathering: 'Where We Dwell in Common - Pathways for Dialogue in the 21st Century' took place in Assisi in April 2012, organized by the Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network. There, over two-hundred and fifty people were gathered from more than fifty-five different nations to explore the prospects for ecclesial, interreligious, and faith-world dialogue for these times. Where We Dwell in Common is about 'thinking outside the box' in order to find new ways to promote active, constructive dialogue, encounters, and understanding for our times.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Preface: Voices from Assisi PART I: THINKING OUTSIDE THE ECUMENICAL BOX 1. Thinking Outside the Ecumenical Box - Assisi 2012: Story, Method and Beyond-- Gerard Mannion 2. Thinking Beyond Conflict and Confrontation: Lessons from the Quest for Peace-- Paul Arthur 3. 'Together With Those Who Hold the Incomparable Treasure': Clare of Assisi on Relational Spirituality-- Jean Molesky-Poz PART II: BEYOND WHAT REMAINS DIVISIVE - THEORY AND PRACTICE 4. Precarious Life, Laments, and the Promise of Prophetic Ecumenical and Interfaith Communities-- Brad Hinze 5. Where and When Gender Divides: Reflections from an Orthodox Perspective-- Eleni Kasselouri-Hatzivassiliadi 6. Difficult Dialogue and Wisdoms About Difference: Doing as a Way of Knowing-- Mary McClintock Fulkerson PART III: TRANSCENDING ECCLESIAL IMPASSE 7. Seeing Beyond the Religious and Social Divide: the Intercultural Church in the Migrant Context-- Agnes M. Brazal and Emmanuel S. de Guzman 8. 'Unreal Worlds Meeting'? Reality and Illusion in Ecumenical Dialogue-- Paul Avis 9. Does a Doctrinal Teaching Office have an Ecumenical Future?-- Richard R. Gaillardetz PART IV: TRANSCENDING RELIGIOUS DIFFERENCE: WHERE WE DWELL IN COMMON 10. Communicative Theology: a New Way of Engagement-- Bernd Jochen Hilberath 11. Interfaith Dialogue: Where Are We Going?-- Peter C. Phan 12. Where We Dwell In Common: Ecclesial Spirituality as a Basis for Living With Other Religions-- Roger Haight, S.J. Afterword: Assisi 2012 and the Future of Dialogue.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This book originated on the steep slopes of Umbria, inspired by the ideas of the thirteenth century visionaries Francis and Clare of Assisi, who promoted dialogue in forms that were well beyond the conventional norms of their day. Drawn by their inspiring visions for open and dynamic exchange, which have fuelled the work of countless others since their day, an ecumenical and interfaith gathering: 'Where We Dwell in Common - Pathways for Dialogue in the 21st Century' took place in Assisi in April 2012, organized by the Ecclesiological Investigations International Research Network. There, over two-hundred and fifty people were gathered from more than fifty-five different nations to explore the prospects for ecclesial, interreligious, and faith-world dialogue for these times. Where We Dwell in Common is about 'thinking outside the box' in order to find new ways to promote active, constructive dialogue, encounters, and understanding for our times.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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