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Catalogue of the Library of Congress. December 1830

Library of Congress. of the late President JEFFERson, when it was purchased by
Congress in 1815, CHAPTER XVII.[Alcove N" 5.] RELIGIon. 130 Abernethy's
Discourses, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1757. 131 — Sermons on various subjects, 4 v.
8vo; London, 1748. 132 Tracts and Sermons, 8vo; London, 1751. J. 205
Abstinence from Blood defended, 8vo; London, 1734. 206 Adams' (Hannah)
Dictionary of all Religions, 8vo; Boston, 1817. - 171 Apocryphal New Testament,
8vo; London, 1821.

Vital Memory and Affect

Living with a difficult past

Vital Memory and Affect takes as its subject the autobiographical memories of ‘vulnerable’ groups, including survivors of child sexual abuse, adopted children and their families, forensic mental health service users, and elderly persons in care home settings. In particular the focus is on a particular class of memory within this group: recollected episodes that are difficult and painful, sometimes contested, but always with enormous significance for a current and past sense of self. These ‘vital memories’, integral and irreversible, can come to appear as a defining feature of a person’s life. In Vital Memory and Affect, authors Steve Brown and Paula Reavey explore the highly productive way in which individuals make sense of a difficult past, situated as they are within a highly specific cultural and social landscape. Via an exploration of their vital memories, the book combines insights from social and cognitive psychology to open up the possibility of a new approach to memory, one that pays full attention to the contextual conditions of all acts of remembering. This path-breaking study brings together a unique set of empirical material and maps out an agenda for research into memory and affect that will be important reading for students and scholars of social psychology, memory studies, cultural studies, philosophy, and other related fields.

Via an exploration of their vital memories, the book combines insights from social and cognitive psychology to open up the possibility of a new approach to memory, one that pays full attention to the contextual conditions of all acts of ...

UUD 2002 hasil amandemen UUD 45 menghancurkan bangsa secara ideologi, politik, ekonomi, dan kebudayaan

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Criticism on the amendment of Indonesian 1945 Constitution; collection of articles.

Konflik dan MNC - Mengusung Teologi ^tR- H^-'- '^Il Pembebasan, Dekonstruksi
Strategi : ' perubahan Perundang-Undangan Indonesia - Campur Tangan
Terhadap Berbagai Konflik - Mempengaruhi Pola Pikir Tujuan : Islam yang
Kaffah (totallatlk) Menegakkan syaifat Islam Negara Islam dan Khilafeh Istamiyah
Islam Politik Radikal Metode : - Parlementer Plus (Sosial, Tarbiyah, Bawah
Tanah} Jihad (Teror) Telah Menjadi ideologi BEBERAPA LEMBAGA JEMBATAN/
JARINGAN ...

Islam in the Contemporary Indonesian Politics

Hall, D.G.E. , A History of Southeast Asia, London: Macmillan, 1981. Hall, John A.
, "In Search of Civil Society," John A. Hall (ed.), Civil Society: Theory, History,
Comparison, Cambridge: Polity Press, 1995. Halliday, Fred, and Hamzah Alavi (
eds.), State and Ideology in the Middle East and Pakistan, New York: Monthly
Review Press, 1988 Haron, Sudin, Norafifah Ahmad, and Sandra L. Planisek, "
Bank Patronage Factors of Muslim and Non-Muslim Customers," International
Journal of ...

Constructing a Religiously Ideal ',Believer', and ',Woman', in Islam

Neo-traditional Salafi and Progressive Muslims' Methods of Interpretation

In this comprehensive study, Adis Duderija examines how Neo Traditional Salafi thought (NTS) and progressive Muslims interpret the normative concepts of 'Believer' and 'Muslim Woman' in contemporary Islam

In this comprehensive study, Adis Duderija examines how Neo Traditional Salafi thought (NTS) and progressive Muslims interpret the normative concepts of 'Believer' and 'Muslim Woman' in contemporary Islam

The Experience of Human Communication

Body, Flesh, and Relationship

This book deals with matters of embodiment and meaning—in other words, the essential components of what Continental thought, since Heidegger, has come to consider as “communication.” A critical theme of this book concerns the basic tenet that consciousness of one’s Self and one’s body is only possible through human relationship. This is, of course, the phenomenological concept of intersubjectivity. But rather than let this concept remain an abstraction by discussing it as merely a function of language and signs, this work attempts to explicate it empirically. That is, it discusses the manner in which—from infancy to childhood and adolescence (and the dawning of our sexual identities) through physical maturity and old age—we come to experience the ecstasy of what Merleau-Ponty has so poetically termed “flesh.” It is rarely clear what someone means when she or he uses the word “communication.” An important objective of this book is, thus, to advance understanding of what communication is. In academic discourse, “communication” has come to be understood in a number of contexts—some conflicting and overlapping—as a process, a strategy, an event, an ethic, a mode or instance of information, or even a technology. In virtually all of these discussions, the concept of communication is discussed as though the term’s meaning is well known to the reader. When communication is described as a process, the meaning of the term is held at an operational level—that is, in the exchange of information between one person and another, what must unambiguously be inferred is that “communication” is taking place. In this context, information exchange and communication become functionally synonymous. But as a matter of embodied human psychological experience, there is a world of difference between them. As such, this book attempts to fully consider the question of how we experience the event of human communication. The author offers a pioneering study that advances the raison d’être of the emergent field of “communicology,” while at the same time offering scholars of the human sciences a new way of thinking about embodiment and relational experience.

It is this dimension of being—of beingbefore-the-void—that best describes
Georges Bataille's concept of communication. It is a radical concept of
communication as eros, death, sensuality, and transgression. It is a remarkably
vivid and vital concept, but it is an idea that has yet to find its vocabulary reflected
in serious academic writing on the subject of communication. To think of
communication expressed as anything but an abstract function of mind and
culture (as, for example, ...

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