This is the "Das Kapital" of the 20th century - an essential text, and the main theoretical work of the Situationists. Few works of political and cultural theory have been as enduringly provocative. From its publication amid the social upheavals of the 1960s up to the present, the volatile theses of this book have decisively transformed debates on the shape of modernity, capitalism, and everyday life in the 21st century. This is the original translation by Fredy Perlman, kept in print continuously for the last 50 years, keeping the flame of personal and collective autonomy alive.
Applied Psychology for Nurses is an insightful audiobook which specifically addresses psychology from the viewpoint of the healthcare practitioner. It focuses on the connections between mind and body with an emphasis on how these connections can be utilized to provide a patient with the best capacity to return to health and to adopt a functional state of mind which leads them to a healthy and functional mind. This is a practical audio from a medical perspective.
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The Pluralistic Universe is a product of the mind of William James, thought to be one of the most influential thinkers of the early 19th century. James was known as the father of American psychology and the founder of the school of radical empiricism. The Pluralistic Universe is a collection of lectures that James gave at Oxford University between 1908 and 1909. They contain the earliest expression of some of his most profound metaphysical thoughts.
New Saucerian Press is too pleased to present The Passionate Percipient: Illusions I Have Known And Loved, a collection of magazine articles by John A. Keel, the man many consider to have been not only the premiere investigator of all things unusual and Fortean, but who was also our own, twentieth-century Mark Twain.
There are times in history when a truly remarkable person comes about. Eìmile Coueì was one such individual. The very definition of genius is to have the courage to believe and conceive in a manner which is at odds with every aspect of the world in which one grows and is educated.
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Canadian artist Gene Duplantier, whose illustrations grace the pages of several classic saucer publications, was the editor of the UFO magazine Saucers, Space and Science. In The Night Mutilators, he presents a round-up of cases up to 1980. This book contains plenty of unsettling details about various abduction and mutilation incidents, culminating with the incidents in New Mexico, around the Dulce area, as investigated by researcher Gabe Valdez.
This is a research paper done as a final assignment for a ENG 300 class. I have read the novel Of Mice and Men from front to back, and have provided a great analysis of the symbols, themes, and motifs that are most obvious in the Of Mice and Men novel. I currently hold an Associates of Business Management Technology and I am currently working on finishing my degree for A Bachelor's of Business Administration. All funds go to paying off college bills
First released in 1957, The Expanding Case was the sequel to perhaps the most notorious book in ufological history: The Case for the UFO, which drew the interest of the U.S. Navy and resulted in the famous annotated "Varo Edition". The annotator of the book, Carlos Allende, claimed to have been a witness to the Philadelphia Experiment. Allende seemed to think that the book's author, astronomer M.K. Jessup, knew more about the experiment than he was admitting, and had maybe played a role in it.
New Saucerian proudly presents perhaps the most famous flying saucer book ever: Gray Barker's They Knew Too Much About Flying Saucers! From flying saucers to the underground denizens of Lemuria, it's all here in this ufological classic.
Many secrets that online retailers won't share about publishing an eBook are revealed in Peter's new audiobook, The Most Efficient Way to Publish an eBook. His book outlines a simple, efficient, and proven method for eBook publishing that all independent authors should listen to before undertaking their first eBook conversion.
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First released in 1957, The Expanding Case was the sequel to perhaps the most notorious book in the history of ufology: The Case for the UFO, which drew the interest of the US Navy and resulted in the infamously annotated "Varo Edition". The annotator of the Varo Edition, the mysterious Carlos Allende, claimed to have been a witness to the Philadelphia Experiment.
"The Importance of Pygmies"
In 1953, the headquarters of the International Flying Saucer Bureau, a highly successful UFO research organization, suddenly closed its doors and ceased operation. The founder declared that the UFO mystery had been solved! Gray Barker, the organization's chief investigator, discovered that the closing had been preceded by a visit from three strange men - dressed entirely in black. What secret did this mysterious trio reveal, and why did they threaten those who knew it?
This chapter-length book can change the way you listen to bigshots - mostly businesspeople with a snapshot or two of politicians - as they pontificate for public consumption and personal gain. You'll recognize the spin, that dastardly polite euphemism for lies that the advertising/PR folks coined years ago to anoint their profession with a bit of undeserved dignity. In the process you might gain a more realistic grasp of what's going on around you and how your mind is being manipulated, a.k.a. brainwashed.