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Capitalistic Musings

By: Sam Vaknin

...It is surprising how little abused these safety nets are - as Stephane Pallage and Christian Zimmerman of the Center for Research on Economic Fluct... ... justice" deals with the just allocation of scarce resources. Yet, even the basic terminology is somewhat fuzzy. What constitutes a resource? what... ...ribed with ones and zeroes, etc.) – it is really a software application, in today's terminology. It carries out instructions, reads and writes, coun... ...ation of cultures. I hope I made myself a lot clearer and I am awaiting your Hans Christian Andersen treatment of the technicians and their clothe...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

...th Godin invented the concept of an "ideavirus" and an attendant marketing terminology. In a nutshell, he says, to use his own summation: "Marke... ...retains one innovation of the parchment - the hypertext. Early Jewish and Christian texts (as well as Roman legal scholarship) was written on parchm... ...ocratic medium. Yet, it hardly qualifies as a medium and by no stretch of terminology is it democratic. Democracy has institutions, hierarchies, ord... ... ones and zeroes, etc.) – it is really a software application, in today's terminology. It carries out instructions, reads and writes, counts and so ... ...cultures. I hope I made myself a lot clearer and I am awaiting your Hans Christian Andersen treatment of the technicians and their clothes. Sam ...

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Facts and Fictions in the Securities Industry

By: Sam Vaknin

...e justice" deals with the just allocation of scarce resources. Yet, even the basic terminology is somewhat fuzzy. What constitutes a resource? what... ...It is surprising how little abused these safety nets are - as Stephane Pallage and Christian Zimmerman of the Center for Research on Economic Fluct...

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Abuse, Trauma, And Torture, And Their Consequences and Effects

By: Sam Vaknin

..., to act with malice where their mentally-ill partner is concerned and with Christian charity towards all others. They believe that they can turn on... ...d Narcissist The Clinical Picture and Developmental Roots - Opening Remarks Terminology Codependents People who depend on other people for their emot...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...d Lisa Mitnick, S, May 2002, http://www.infotoday.com/ searcher/may02/christiani.htm. Both Mitnick and Wilens noted that a key priority was exp... ..., T C  C (2005). 22. For a discussion of the terminology used to describe intellectual property rights, see Pe- Notes ... ...ner, http://www.nessus.org (last visited May 15, 2007). 14. See Rajiv Shah & Christian Sandvig, Software Defaults as De Facto Regulation: The Case of ... ....nytimes.com/2007/ 02/17/us/17face.html. 76. The Nuremberg Files, http://www.christiangallery.com/atrocity/ (last visited June 1, 2007). 77. See Plann... ...; Wikipedia in, 144 Christensen, Clayton, The Innovator’s Dilemma, 83–84, 86 Christian Gallery News Service, 215 chuckroast.com, 170–71 Citizendium, 1...

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Catalog of Testimonies, The

By: Jakob Andreae ; Martin Chemnitz

...is appendix to the 1580 edition of the Book of Concord is a compilation of Scripture passages together with citations from the fathers of the ancient Christian Church. They are intended to show that the Christology of the Formula of Concord differs neither in substance nor in terminology from Christian Orthodoxy. (Introduction by Jonathan Lange)...

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God the Invisible King

By: H. G. Wells

...s possible the religious belief of the writer. That belief is not orthodox Christianity; it is not, indeed, Christianity at all; its core nevertheless... ...es of two centuries and formulated the creed upon which all the exist- ing Christian churches are based, was one of the most disas- trous and one of t... ...hat the Alexandrine speculations which were then conclusively imposed upon Christianity merit only disrespectful attention at the present time. There ... ...ife of man- kind. After this warning such readers from among the vari- ous Christian churches and sects as are accessible to storms of theological fea... ...y inci- dentally and because it is unavoidable that he attacks doctri- nal Christianity. In a previous book, “First and Last Things” (Constable and Co... ...ion of the Veiled Being to that living reality in our lives who is, in his terminology, the true God. Speaking from the point of view of practical rel... ...e come upon, have transferred the state- ments of “science” into religious terminology, rejected obso- lescent definitions, and re-coordinated proposi...

...Preface: This book sets out as forcibly and exactly as possible the religious belief of the writer. That belief is not orthodox Christianity; it is not, indeed, Christianity at all; its core nevertheless is a profound belief in a personal and intimate God. There is nothing in its statements that need shock or offend anyone who is prepared for the expr...

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Memorials and Other Papers

By: Thomas de Quincey

... And the local government, being indignantly summoned to interfere by some Christian strangers, had declined to do so, on the plea that the man was ma... ... the slender modification of In- dian manners as yet effected by the Papal Christianization of those countries, and in the neighborhood of a river-sys... ...st to be regretted, in a matter deeply affecting the bishop’s can- dor and Christian charity, namely, a controversial correspon- dence with a Somerset... ...and in these words: “Jeremy T aylor, the most eloquent and the subtlest of Christian philosophers, was the son of a barber, and the son-in-law of a ki... ...an, where some officers, wishing to impress Akhbar Khan with the beauty of Christianity, very judiciously re- peated to him the Lord’s Prayer and the ... ...ages, but did not allow for profits; and thus, according to the Malthusian terminology, expressed the cost but not the value of a thing. What was Mr. ...

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Autobiographic Sketches Selections, Grave and Gay

By: Thomas de Quincey

...abroad of that real question which lies below. Essenism means simply this— Christianity before Christ, and consequently without Christ. If, therefore,... ...nism could make good its pretensions, there at one blow would be an end of Christianity, which in that case is not only superseded as an idle repetiti... ...laced by a stolen system; but what replaces the mysterious agencies of the Christian faith? In Essenism we find again a saintly scheme of ethics; but ... ... a sect elder than Christ) with the originality and heavenly revelation of Christianity. Here is my first point of difference from the Romish objector... ...isguised, it might naturally have arisen. In the real circumstances of the Christian church, when struggling with Jewish persecution at some period of... ...s, he terms vibratiuncles. Now, of men and women generally, parodying that terminology, we ought to say— not that they are governed by passions, or at...

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Soldiers Three: The Story of the Gadsbys, In Black and White

By: Rudyard Kipling

...speeak, an’ t’ Colonel’s Laady set more store by him than if he hed been a Christian. She hed bairns of her awn, but they was i’ England, and Rip seem... ... an’ passin’ t’ time o’ day. an’ hevvin’ a bit of a turn-up wi’ him like a Christian.’ So she says her dog maunt niver fight an’ noa Christians iver f... ...dhrink tay out av chiny in the drrrrawin’-room, an’ thin we’ll dhrink like Christians undher the tree here. Scutt, ye naygur-folk! There’s a Sahib com... ...By all means dictate. MRS. H. (Lightly.) V ery well. Rehearse your several Christian names after me and go on: ‘Profess my sincere repentance.’ CAPT. ... ...‘they shall be good and shall with their hands to work learn. For all good Christians must work.’ And upon a stipend more modest even than that of an ... ...glishman sent a letter to Lone Sahib, couched in what he remembered of the terminology of the Creed. He wrote: ‘I also, in the days of what you held t...

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Waverley or Tis Sixty Years Since

By: Sir Walter Scott

...serve an unblemished life and morals, to hold fast the prin- ciples of the Christian religion, and to eschew the profane company of scoffers and latit... ... and larceners, and such like as are tried at ‘sizes, than a place for any Christian cattle.’ Above these dungeon-looking stables were granaries, call... ...ody, and he’ll just tak ony thing, but most readily cattle, horse, or live Christians; for sheep are slow of travel, and inside plenishing is cumbrous... ...duty an indulgence which even the lights of nature, and much more those of Christianity, direct towards errors which may arise from youth and inexperi... ...acter with the common people, although he preached the practical fruits of Christian faith, as well as its abstract tenets, and was respected by the h... ...rdship keep.’ Oyer and terminer, to hear and determine (legal, from Norman terminology). Paitrick, partridge. Palinode, recantation. Panged, crammed. ...

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A Modern Utopia

By: H. G. Wells

...ell me of the remarkable precisions, the encyclopaedic quality of chemical terminology, and at the word terminology I should insinuate a comment on th... ...ever general terms, of providing for the endless mysteries of the future a terminology and an idiom! We follow the vein, we mine and accumulate our tr... ... was not specifically of differ- ent race. But this is a Utopia as wide as Christian charity, and white and black, brown, red and yellow, all tints of... ...ernment, and the State. Plato and Campanella—for all that the latter was a Christian priest— carried communism to its final point and prescribed even ... ...mpis and Saint Augustin’s City of God that we must seek for the Utopias of Christianity. *Chapter the Seventh, section 6. 198 A Modern Utopia In the ... ...ies, the general tendency of progressive thought was at one with the older Christian tradition which ignored “race,” and the aim of the expansive libe... ...in- terwoven with this anglicising tendency, which was also, by the bye, a Christianising tendency, was a strong disposition, derived from the Roussea...

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What Is Man and Other Essays of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain

...ou a little story: Once upon a time an Infidel was guest in the house of a Christian widow whose little boy was ill and near to death. The Infidel oft... ...is progress in his new trend was steady and rapid. He became a believ ing Christian. And now his remorse for having robbed the dying boy of his faith... ...ake us uncomfortable. Many an infidel would not have been troubled by that Christian mother’s distress. Don’t you believe that? Y.M. Yes. You might al... ...on Warriors, and the Salvation Warriors Zoroastrians, and the Zoroastrians Christian Scientists, and the Christian Scien tists Mormons—and so on? Y.M... ...stion Y.M. You keep me confused and perplexed all the time by your elusive terminology. Sometimes you divide a man up into two or three separate perso... ...ic; the founding of the empire; the breaking up of the empire; the rise of Christianity upon its ruins; the spread of the religion to other lands—and ...

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The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth

By: H. G. Wells

...sphygmograph tracings (I write subject to correction) and an admirable new terminology, that did the thing for him. The general public saw little or n... ...ance whatever, bolt the door after him, and immediately relapse again into Christian resigna- tion and helpless dependence upon his wife…. The rest of... ...y the chalk-pit crest a little puffily—he had long since lost the Muscular Christian stride of early days; but Caddies was not at his work, and then, ...

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Dead Souls

By: D. J. Hogarth

...tchka, the widow of a Collegiate Secretary.” “I humbly thank you. And your Christian name and pat- ronymic?” “Nastasia Petrovna.” “Nastasia Petrovna! ... ...s!” “I wonder you don’t see scores of devils in your dreams! Merely out of Christian charity he had come to you to say, ‘I perceive a poor widow going... ...ai Korito.” “What a string of titles!” involuntarily he ejaculated. To the Christian name of another serf was appended “Korovi Kirpitch,” and to that ... ...indeed, the strange comparison was inevitable. Incidentally, Sobakevitch’s Christian name and patronymic were Michael Semenovitch. Of his habit of tre... ...position which had led to certain of the items being represented merely by Christian name, patronymic, and a couple of dots; and Sobakevitch’s list wa... ... of the necessary instruction he imparted in person, and, without pedantic terminology and inflated diction and views, could so transmit to his listen...

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The Varieties of Religious Experience

By: William James

...eek feel- ing—Systematic healthy-mindedness— Its reason- ableness— Liberal Christianity shows it— Optimism as encouraged by Popular Science— The “Mind... ...rieties of Religious Experience ness”— Yoga— Buddhistic mysticism— Sufism— Christian mystics— Their sense of revelation— Tonic effects of mystic state... ...ows the con- ventional observances of his country, whether it be Buddhist, Christian, or Mohammedan. His religion has been made for him by others, com... ... original gospel truth than men had ever known in En- gland. So far as our Christian sects today are evolv- ing into liberality, they are simply rever... ...rds I came to understand, that in the Emperor Diocletian’s time a thousand Christians were martyr’d in Lichfield. So I was to go, without my shoes, th... ..., 1899, p. 54. Although the disciples of the mind-cure often use Christian terminology, one sees from such quotations how widely their notion of the f...

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Autobiography Truth and Fiction Relating to My Life

By: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

...of imitation, and the more so, as some- thing similar was commended by the Christian doctrine of patience. While on the subject of these family diseas... ...ich he gave 70 Autobiography me to understand that he was a good Catholic Christian. “Young gentleman, how came you here, and what are you doing?” he... ...ect. The girls, moreover, were pretty, and were far from displeased when a Christian lad, meeting them on the sabbath in the Fischerfeld, showed himse... ...ons, and in somewhat harsh and coarse touches sportively express that most Christian maxim, Let him who is without sin among you cast the first stone.... ... form of an earthly nour- ishment. This import is the same in all kinds of Christian churches: whether the sacrament is taken with more or less submis... ...re indeed somewhat monotonous, since they confined themselves to a certain terminology which might well have been compared to that of the later sentim... ...r, and thus promises to reveal what he con- ceals, and to mark down on the terminology which might well have been compared to that of the later sentim... ...lligible enough, except that one at last studied one’s self into a certain terminology, and, by using it according to one’s own fancy, believed that o...

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The Magic Skin

By: Honoré de Balzac

...people, passed in review before him like the cloudy faces of a dream. Then Christian Rome predominated in his vision. A painter had laid heaven open; ... ...rought away with him from this visit, all of science that man can grasp, a terminology to wit. Lavrille, the worthy man, was very much like Sancho Pan... ...out daring to communicate their thoughts. The learned pair looked like two Christians who had issued from their tombs to find no God in the heavens. S... ...is slightly stooping shoulders, revealed an apostolic nature, and spoke of Christian charity and of the self-sacrifice of a man, who, out of sheer dev...

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The Theory of the Leisure Class

By: Thorstein Veblen

... other of two divergent purposes of economic life. T o adapt the classical terminology, they are institutions of acquisition or of production; or to r... ...n great part made up of extremely sanguinary locu- tions borrowed from the terminology of warfare. Except where it is adopted as a necessary means of ... ...with the spread of the exoteric forms of faith — as, e.g., the Young Men’s Christian Association or the Young People’s Society for Christian Endeavor.... ...neighborhood guilds, the various organizations typified by the Young Men’s Christian Association and Young People’s Society for Chris- tian Endeavor, ... ... the sum of learning required of the scholar, and has thereby affected the terminology and diction employed 262 The Theory of the Leisure Class in th...

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Democracy and Education

By: John Dewey

... oral or written reproduction. The scope of coordination (to use our prior terminology) is extremely limited. The connec- tions which are employed in ... ...ious development of all the powers of personal- ity” or in the more recent terminology of “social effi- ciency.” All this reinforces the statement whi... .... The signs are intended only to stand for things and acts. But scientific terminology has an additional use. It is de- signed, as we have seen, not t... ...he technique for the thing it- 293 John Dewey self; the apparatus and the terminology for reality, the method for its subject matter. Science does co... ...Chap- ter XVIII.) The present discussion is simply a formula- tion, in the terminology of philosophy, of various anti- thetical conceptions involved i... ...orld. Such periods have recurred in history. In the early centuries of the Christian era, the influential moral systems of Sto- icism, of monastic and... ... era, the influential moral systems of Sto- icism, of monastic and popular Christianity and other re- 356 Democracy & Education ligious movements of ...

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The 9/11 Commission Report Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States

By: Thomas H. Kean

...toum. 30 Bin Ladin agreed to help Turabi in an ongoing war against African Christian separatists in southern Sudan and also to do some road building.T... ... accepted Bin Ladin’s offer to ally JI with al Qaeda in waging war against Christians and Jews. 21 Hambali met with KSM in Karachi to arrange for JI m... ... mosque in Hamburg, a group designed to bridge the gap between Muslims and Christians.Atta proved a poor bridge, however, because of his abrasive and ... ... Lebanon, Ziad Jarrah came from an afflu- ent family and attended private, Christian schools. Like Atta, Binalshibh, and Shehhi, Jarrah aspired to pur... ...l in downtown Amman, the border crossings from Jordan into Israel, and two Christian holy sites, at a time when all these locations were likely to be ... ... National Prepared- ness Standard establishes a common set of criteria and terminology for pre- paredness, disaster management, emergency management, ...

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Mankind in the Making

By: H. G. Wells

...tive with its direction in the future, then these things slip from them as Christian’s burthen fell from him at the very outset of his journey. Until ... ... heart has had its stirrings, he has responded with the others to “Onward, Christian Soldiers,” the earnest moments of the school pulpit, and all thos... ...ce of physics, since it culminates in a clear understanding and use of the terminology of the as- pects of energy and a clear sense of adequate causat... ... matter of fact, if only the reader will allow for a certain difference in terminology, they do. What I have here called Schooling is, so far as the a... ...2 Mankind in the Making day, for example, the Society for the Promotion of Christian Knowledge, the Catholic T ruth Society, the Rationalist Press Ass...

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The Wife and Other Stories

By: Anton Tchekhov

...you have not gone yet, Ivan Ivanitch. I forgot to ask you, do you know the Christian name of the president of our Zemstvo?” “ Andrey Stanislavovitch. ... ...ns. If any outsider could at such times overhear Nikolay’s free use of our terminology, he might perhaps imagine that he was a learned man disguised a... ...o dread, I must meet it as a teacher, a man of science, and a citizen of a Christian country ought to meet it, with courage and un- troubled soul. But...

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Essays

By: Ralph Waldo Emerson

...takes the same delight in 45 Emerson subordinating every thing to the new terminology as a girl who has just learned botany in seeing a new earth and... ...r. It undergoes continual changes; it is barbarous, it is civilized, it is christianized, it is rich, it is scientific; but this change is not amelior... ...oes not encumber; whether we have not lost by refinement some energy, by a Christianity entrenched in establish- ments and forms some vigor of wild vi... ... wild virtue. For every Stoic was a Stoic; but in Christendom where is the Christian? There is no more deviation in the moral standard than in the sta... ...eal greatness. Pretension never wrote an Iliad, nor drove back Xerxes, nor christianized the world, nor abolished slavery. As much virtue as there is,... ...ent on the part of the narra- tor that he seems to think that his place in Christian Oxford requires of him some proper protestations of ab- horrence....

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Magnum Bonum or Mother Careys Brood

By: Charlotte Mary Yonge

...r lot coming! A set of duplicates. They haven’t even the sense to vary the Christian names. Three more to be admitted to-morrow.” “That accounts for a... ...old nurse! Why, mother, she can’t pronounce French, and she never heard of terminology, and she thinks Edward I. killed the bards!” For the girls had ... ...t. She took up her line from the first as governess, dropping her friend’s Christian name, and causing her pupils to ad- dress herself as Miss Ogilvie... ...lled to formal outsiders, while Friar John, a reversal of his cousin’s two Christian names, was a school title that sometimes passed into home use. Fr... ... we ought not to have it. It was delightful making the ballad, for all the Christian verses have ‘Mount Joye St. Denys’ in the different lines, and al... ...nks, hew down their ranks, Up, merry men, for the Ermine! For Christian right ‘gainst Pagan might, Up, merry men, for the Ermine!’...

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