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Hourani, Albert: Arabic Thought in the Liberal ...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.07.2015, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Arabic Thought in the Liberal Age 1798-1939, Autor: Hourani, Albert, Verlag: Cambridge University Press, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Naher und Mittlerer Osten, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft // Soziologie, Seiten: 418, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 524 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Babst, G: Liberal Constitutionalism, Marriage, ...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 29.11.2002, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Liberal Constitutionalism, Marriage, and Sexual Orientation, Titelzusatz: A Contemporary Case for Dis-Establishment, Autor: Babst, Gordon Albert, Verlag: Lang, Peter // Peter Lang Publishing Inc. New York, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Frau // Gesellschaft // Politik // Recht // Gender Studies // Geschlechterforschung // Amerika // Erdteil // Nordamerika // Philosophie // Staat // Kirche // Religion // Politikwissenschaft // Politologie // Jurisprudenz // Rechtswissenschaft // Verwaltungsrecht // Verwaltungssachen // USA und Kanada // Religiöse und theokratische Ideologien // Politische Strukturen und Prozesse // Rechtssysteme: Allgemeines // Soziale und politische Philosophie // allgemein // Geschichte // Verwaltungsrecht und Verwaltungspraxis, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 155, Gewicht: 239 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Tough Liberal
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Tough Liberal ab 29.49 € als epub eBook: Albert Shanker and the Battles Over Schools Unions Race and Democracy. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Geschichte & Dokus,

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Fritjof Capra and the Systems View of Life: Sho...
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Fritjof Capra and the Systems View of Life (Great Minds, Book 3): 2017 Revised, Updated, and Reformatted Edition is a passionate study about the great contemporary physicist and a review of all of his published books, including extensive quotes. The author considers Fritjof Capra as one of the most important authors on new science and systems research and considers as genius Capra's unique gift to formulate and explain complex scientific and philosophical insights and interrelations in a way that the educated listener can understand. He sees certain parallels in Capra's life in the lives of Albert Einstein and Wilhelm Reich who, like him, were from Germanic origin and after their immigration to the United States only wrote and published in English. The author especially lauds Capra's basically non-judgmental worldview and his ability to understand people from ultra-orthodox to very liberal with the same generosity and magnanimity. This can be seen, inter alia, in a lesser known volume, entitled Uncommon Wisdom which is a recollection of conversations with remarkable people, a kaleidoscope of anecdotes from the lives of truly lively and communicative humans. The author especially notes Capra's merit is to have introduced the systems view of life to scientific research, while he is not the originator of the idea, which was mainly developed by Ludwig von Bertalanffy, Ilya Prigogine, Humberto Maturana, and Francisco Varela. But Capra has carefully surveyed and summarized this important research that is generally difficult to grasp to the non-scientific listener, and has rendered the important idea accessible for the interested lay audience. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Peter Fritz Walter. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/097131/bk_acx0_097131_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Hell Under Fire: Modern Scholarship Reinvents E...
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Of all the teachings of Christianity, the doctrine of hell is easily the most troubling, so much so that in recent years the church has been quietly tucking it away. Rarely mentioned anymore in the pulpit, it has faded through disuse among evangelicals and been attacked by liberal theologians. Hell is no longer only the target of those outside the church. Today, a disturbing number of professing Christians question it as well. Perhaps more than at any other time in history, hell is under fire. The implications of the historic view of hell make the popular alternatives, annihilationism and universalism, seem extremely appealing. But the bottom line is still God's Word. What does the Old Testament reveal about hell? What does Paul the apostle have to say, or the book of Revelation? Most important, what does Jesus, the ultimate expression of God's love, teach us about God's wrath? Upholding the authority of Scripture, the different authors in Hell Under Fire explore a complex topic from various angles. R. Albert Mohler Jr. provides a historical, theological, and cultural overview of 'The Disappearance of Hell.' Christopher Morgan draws on the New Testament to offer three pictures of hell as punishment, destruction, and banishment. J. I. Packer compares universalism with the traditional understanding of hell, Morgan does the same with annihilationism, and Sinclair Ferguson considers how the reality of hell ought to influence preaching. These examples offer some idea of this volume's scope and thoroughness.Hell may be under fire, but its own flames cannot be quenched by popular opinion. This book helps us gain a biblical perspective on what hell is and why we cannot afford to ignore it. And it offers us a better understanding of the One who longs for all people to escape judgment and obtain eternal life through Jesus Christ. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Parks. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/zond/001150/bk_zond_001150_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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A Most English Princess
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Perfect for fans of the BBC's Victoria, Alison Pataki's The Accidental Empress, and Daisy Goodwin's Victoria, this debut novel tells the gripping and tragic story of Queen Victoria's eldest daughter, Victoria, Princess Royal. To the world, she was Princess Victoria, daughter of a queen, wife of an emperor, and mother of Kaiser Wilhelm. Her family just called her Vicky...smart, pretty, and self-assured, she changed the course of the world. January 1858: Princess Victoria glides down the aisle of St James Chapel to the waiting arms of her beloved, Fritz, Prince Frederick, heir to the powerful kingdom of Prussia. Although theirs is no mere political match, Vicky is determined that she and Fritz will lead by example, just as her parents Victoria and Albert had done, and also bring about a liberal and united Germany. Brought up to believe in the rightness of her cause, Vicky nonetheless struggles to thrive in the constrained Prussian court, where each day she seems to take a wrong step. And her status as the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria does little to smooth over the conflicts she faces. But handsome, gallant Fritz is always by her side, as they navigate court intrigue, and challenge the cunning Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, while fighting for the throne-and the soul of a nation. At home they endure tragedy, including their son, Wilhelm, rejecting all they stand for. Clare McHugh tells the enthralling and riveting story of Victoria, the Princess Royal-from her younger years as the apple of her father Albert's eyes through her rise to power atop the mighty German empire to her final months of life.

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A Most English Princess
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Perfect for fans of the BBC's Victoria, Alison Pataki's The Accidental Empress, and Daisy Goodwin's Victoria, this debut novel tells the gripping and tragic story of Queen Victoria's eldest daughter, Victoria, Princess Royal. To the world, she was Princess Victoria, daughter of a queen, wife of an emperor, and mother of Kaiser Wilhelm. Her family just called her Vicky...smart, pretty, and self-assured, she changed the course of the world. January 1858: Princess Victoria glides down the aisle of St James Chapel to the waiting arms of her beloved, Fritz, Prince Frederick, heir to the powerful kingdom of Prussia. Although theirs is no mere political match, Vicky is determined that she and Fritz will lead by example, just as her parents Victoria and Albert had done, and also bring about a liberal and united Germany. Brought up to believe in the rightness of her cause, Vicky nonetheless struggles to thrive in the constrained Prussian court, where each day she seems to take a wrong step. And her status as the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria does little to smooth over the conflicts she faces. But handsome, gallant Fritz is always by her side, as they navigate court intrigue, and challenge the cunning Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, while fighting for the throne-and the soul of a nation. At home they endure tragedy, including their son, Wilhelm, rejecting all they stand for. Clare McHugh tells the enthralling and riveting story of Victoria, the Princess Royal-from her younger years as the apple of her father Albert's eyes through her rise to power atop the mighty German empire to her final months of life.

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A Most English Princess (eBook, ePUB)
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"In this sweeping, immersive novel, A Most English Princess draws readers into the mesmerizing world of the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria - Princess Vicky - as she emerges into a powerful force in her own right and ascends to become the first German Empress.” —Marie Benedict, New York Times bestselling author of The Only Woman in the Room Perfect for fans of the BBC's Victoria, Alison Pataki's The Accidental Empress, and Daisy Goodwin's Victoria, this debut novel tells the gripping and tragic story of Queen Victoria's eldest daughter, Victoria, Princess Royal.To the world, she was Princess Victoria, daughter of a queen, wife of an emperor, and mother of Kaiser Wilhelm. Her family just called her Vicky...smart, pretty, and self-assured, she changed the course of the world. January 1858: Princess Victoria glides down the aisle of St James Chapel to the waiting arms of her beloved, Fritz, Prince Frederick, heir to the powerful kingdom of Prussia. Although theirs is no mere political match, Vicky is determined that she and Fritz will lead by example, just as her parents Victoria and Albert had done, and also bring about a liberal and united Germany. Brought up to believe in the rightness of her cause, Vicky nonetheless struggles to thrive in the constrained Prussian court, where each day she seems to take a wrong step. And her status as the eldest daughter of Queen Victoria does little to smooth over the conflicts she faces. But handsome, gallant Fritz is always by her side, as they navigate court intrigue, and challenge the cunning Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, while fighting for the throne—and the soul of a nation. At home they endure tragedy, including their son, Wilhelm, rejecting all they stand for. Clare McHugh tells the enthralling and riveting story of Victoria, the Princess Royal—from her younger years as the apple of her father Albert's eyes through her rise to power atop the mighty German empire to her final months of life.

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False Start in Paradise (eBook, ePUB)
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In 1965, after sixty-five years under New Zealand control, the Cook Islands achieved self-government, beginning a politically turbulent period in the life of this tiny island democracy.Led by the enigmatic Albert Henry, the early promise was left unfulfilled as Henry, attempting to build a self-serving empire, manipulated the political system and used Government funds to stay in power. This led to a major court battle where for the first time a government was overturned by a court decision. It ushered in another enigmatic leader, Sir Tom Davis, who had spent many years in the US with the NASA space programme. Davis changed the direction of the Cook Islands to a liberal, free market, open economy.Decades of political seesawing followed as the Cook Islands tried to right its political and economic boat in the turbulent winds of a tiny democracy. Too often its mishaps and false starts resulted from lots of enthusiasm but little knowledge and experience running a modern democracy.This book is an attempt to record many of the events and people that contributed to this enthralling, difficult and politically turbulent period in the short life of a tiny island democracy. About the AuthorIaveta Short had a bird's eye view of the turbulent periods following self-government and was often in the middle of the clean-up. He was the first Cook Islander to graduate with a law degree from Auckland University and returned home to be in the midst of the difficult winds of change that followed self-governance. He was a minister in the Sir Tom Davis Government, High Commissioner for the Cook Islands in Wellington, and the go-to man to solve many of the problems of government across the political divide. He holds a chiefly (Mataiapo) title on Rarotonga and was awarded an OBE in 1995. He has retired from politics and public service and is a successful businessman on Rarotonga.

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