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Dianne Durante (PhD, University of Cincinnati) is an independent researcher, freelance writer, and lecturer. She has written extensively on art and art history (including Innovators in Sculpture and Innovators in Painting) and on Alexander Hamilton (including The Financial Programs of Alexander Hamilton), and has republished many works by Henry Kitchell Webster. She offers weekly art-related recommendations. Learn more about her work at www.DianneDuranteWriter.com.




Collected Works of Ayn Rand


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Screenwriter Richard Pushin was reportedly inspired by the book of Ecclesiastes, but the plot seems equally influenced by "Waiting for Godot," "1984" and the collected works of Franz Kafka (the latter two sources shaped Gilliam's "Brazil" as well). Even though it was written directly for the screen, "Zero Theorem" often feels like a stage play that was adapted without being fully remained as a movie. It's visually energetic but ultimately feels constrained and repetitious. The main locations are Mancom headquarters, a nightclub filled with writhing revelers, and the hero's apartment/laboratory, a cavernous space with a black-and-white chessboard-style floor and smoky shafts of light streaming through windows. The cathedral-like quality of Quohen's place befits the spiritual pilgrim who occupies it. Quohen has been depressed and angry for a long time because he keeps hoping for a phone call that will assure him that life has meaning (shades of "Godot") ; when it finally arrives, he muffs it and spends the rest of the movie beating himself up.


The Original Position guidebook, for both instructors and the students themselves, explores the philosophical bases behind the concepts introduced in the novel and includes excerpts of works by Dewey, Hobbes, Ayn Rand, Kant, Mill, Rawls, and others who explored the topic of how to achieve a society that is both peaceful and just. It also provides in-depth discussion questions about both the readings and the novel.


As a child of 10 years old Ayn Rand collected stamps, stopped during her adult life, and took it back up as a hobby during her late middle age. Stamp collecting is not the first thing to come to mind when discussing Rand but it did become a major passion of hers.


I started collecting stamps when I was ten years old, but had to give it up by the time I was twelve. In all the years since, I never thought of resuming the hobby. It left only one after-effect: I was unable to throw away an interesting-looking stamp. So, I kept saving odd stamps, all these years. I put them into random envelopes and never looked at them again.


The works of German thinker Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel represent the apex of German classical philosophy. It was Hegel who pounded out the dialectical methodology that shaped the doctrine of idealism into a fully formed and deeply thought-out philosophical system. For many philosophical contemporaries, the name Hegel is synonymous with the word philosopher. Friedrich Nietzsche once boldly stated that \"Hegel is taste,\" and, speaking of Hegel, the thinker Vladimir Solovyov remarked: \"of all the philosophers, only to Hegel did philosophy mean everything.\" The book includes the following of Hegel's works:


The works of German thinker Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel represent the apex of German classical philosophy. It was Hegel who pounded out the dialectical methodology that shaped the doctrine of idealism into a fully formed and deeply thought-out philosophical system. For many philosophical contemporaries, the name Hegel is synonymous with the word philosopher. Friedrich Nietzsche once boldly stated that "Hegel is taste," and, speaking of Hegel, the thinker Vladimir Solovyov remarked: "of all the philosophers, only to Hegel did philosophy mean everything." The book includes the following of Hegel's works:


Something i always thought was fascinating about Ancient Athenes was that Alexander the Great knew Aristoteles who knew Plato who knew Socrates he was a good friend of Alcibiades who grew up in the same house as the great Pericles this Pericles had a grandpa who was famous before Persian Wars when tyrans still ruled over Athens.


Though there are some of the greatest hits here, this is a weird list, tainted by social justice politics and analytic philosophy. You're missing the greatest work of the Enlightenment, Hume's Treatise. You're also missing several of the greatest works of political philosophy, namely Hobbes' Leviathan, Mill's On Liberty (shame on you here), and Rawls' A Theory of Justice. And where's Baudrillard on simulacra?


Christopher A. Link is an associate professor of English at the State University of New York, New Paltz. He regularly teaches a senior seminar on "Nabokov and Intertextuality," as well as courses on the Bible as literature, American literature, great books, the novel, and film. An active member of the Vladimir Nabokov Society, he has previously published in The Nabokovian and has presented several papers at the society's MLA and AATSEEL sessions. His article on Rainer Werner Fassbinder's adaptation of Nabokov's Despair is forthcoming shortly in Literature/Film Quarterly (Fall 2013), and he is currently at work on a book on the role of the demonic in Nabokov's works, a revision of his doctoral dissertation.


But back to the topic and the connection I'd like to draw. In a recent paper published in Crime & Deliquency, it is estimated that 49% of all black males have been arrested for non-traffic related violations by the time they reach the age of 23. 49%! For white males the figure is 40%. Again 40%! What does the law and order system think this does to young males who attempt to go to school and find employment, but now must explain their arrest record? And this just for the fortune ones that do not have their life chances seriously dampened by having to spend time incarcerated. If we look at incarcertation, then what has happened to young black males is simply tragic. And, much of this for the non-violent crime of illegal drug use --- drug use I should point out that the last 3 presidents have readily admitted to engaging in during their youth. Truncating economic opportunity through bad public policy isn't an issue of The Other, it is, instead, Our America that should cause outrage among this generation and their parents and grandparents.


Here's how the bug works: Humans ingest Toxoplasma gondii, a common relative of malaria, which, at first, only makes itself known through mild flu symptoms. These symptoms have been known to linger in individuals with compromised immune systems, such as those affected by AIDS, but, in the majority of cases, the symptoms pass, the host feels better, and the bug is forgotten.


We regret that space constraints prohibit including other kinds of publications/creative endeavors. At the suggestion of a faculty advisory committee, we have included only items that were peer-reviewed: Anything identified as a self-published work was excluded. We also have limited listings to complete works, because individual chapters, articles, works of art and poems would be too numerous.


This 295-page guidebook gives speech-language pathologists the knowledge and skills they need to evaluate and successfully treat children and adolescents who stutter. The book provides real-world examples, worksheets and activities to help clinicians incorporate creative and effective strategies into their clinical practice.


The book opens with foundational information on basic genetic mechanisms underlying pain perception and progresses to recently discovered complex concepts facing the field. The coverage is wide-ranging and serves as an entry point into understanding the genetics of pain as well as providing a single resource for established researchers looking for a better understanding of the diverse strands of research going on in the area.


This online, peer-reviewed journal disseminates scholarly research on topics that are relevant to the analysis of world systems. It publishes works that proceed from several different theoretical stances and disciplines. These include civilizationists, evolutionary approaches, international political economy, comparative, historical and cultural analysis. It also publishes discussions of future trajectories and options for the modern world-system and considerations of what can be done to create a more humane, peaceful and just world society. 041b061a72


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