Alexandros 1 Il Figlio Del Sogno

Autore: Valerio Massimo Manfredi
Editore: Edizioni Mondadori
ISBN: 8852016139
Grandezza: 45,51 MB
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Il figlio del sogno , primo capitolo di una saga esaltante e avvincente, ci narra di un uomo che fu considerato un dio, dei suoi sogni ardenti, delle passioni violente che lo consumarono fino a distruggerlo: Alessandro Magno.

Alexander Child Of A Dream

Autore: Valerio Manfredi
Editore: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0743434366
Grandezza: 58,21 MB
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The first volume in a trilogy about the life and times of Alexander the Great describes the youth of the young prince as he grows to manhood in the court of King Philip, under the tutelage of the noted philosopher Aristotle, avenges the murder of his father, and embarks on his epic quest to conquer the world. Reprint.

Alexandros N Tombazis And Associates Architects

Autore: Alexandros N. Tombazis
Editore: Images Publishing
ISBN: 1864703784
Grandezza: 67,77 MB
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Alexandros N. Tombazis and Associates Architects proves that the famous adage, less is beautiful, is true. In reference to the style of Mies van der Rohe, less in this instance implies that a conscious and well-judged decision for the appropriate minimum in each design can produce architectural beauty.

A Seleukid Prosopography And Gazetteer

Autore: John D. Grainger
Editore: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004107991
Grandezza: 38,41 MB
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The Prosopography notes all people who lived in or were concerned with the great Seleukid empire; the Gazetteer lists the places, peoples and institutions of that empire; their activites are noted, providing a unique comprehensive guide to the kingdom.

Core And Metro Networks

Autore: Alexandros Stavdas
Editore: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470683583
Grandezza: 24,91 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
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Find out everything you need to know about how current networks will have to evolve to provide for future broadband services In this book, the authors provide an overview of the status, challenges, architectures, and technological solutions for core and metropolitan networks. Furthermore, the book describes the current state of core and metropolitan telecommunication networks, as well as the drivers and motives behind the current paradigm shift in the telecommunications industry. Moreover, the authors elaborate system design guidelines for both point-to-point and multi-hop optical networks taking into consideration the analogue nature of the transmission channel. Key Features: Provides coverage of all aspects of core and metro networks supporting future broadband services, and a detailed description of the state-of-the-art Presents a clear path for migrating from point-to-point to data-centric, dynamic, multi-hop optical networks Shows how current systems will need to evolve over the coming years, summarizing challenges and issues to be investigated in future research Covers a wide range of topics from network architectures, to control plane, to key optical and optoelectronic devices, and best practice in transmission and system design Provides results, best practices and guidelines for various technical problems, including numerous hands-on examples Written by authors from cutting-edge companies such as Alcatel-Lucent, Siemens, Lucent, France Telecom, BT, and Telefonica Optical Core and Metro Networks will be of interest to researchers in industry and academia, and advanced (final year undergraduate) and postgraduate students undertaking communications, networking and optics courses.

Historia T S Hell Nik S Logotechnias Kai H Prosl Ps T S

Autore: Alexandros Argyriu
Editore:
ISBN: 9789600326925
Grandezza: 42,56 MB
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Geschichte Der Erziehung Des Unterrichts Und Der Bildung Bei Den Griechen Etruskern Und R Mern Aus Den Quellen Dargestellt

Autore: Johann Heinrich Krause
Editore:
ISBN:
Grandezza: 68,36 MB
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Freedom After The Critique Of Foundations

Autore: Alexandros Kioupkiolis
Editore: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 0230279120
Grandezza: 79,63 MB
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Freedom After the Critique of Foundations engages with the work of the Greek-French thinker Cornelius Castoriadis, a founding member of the Socialisme ou Barbarie group whose ideas inspired the French May '68, in order to formulate an account of agonistic autonomy for individuals and societies. This is a critical conception of freedom which informs a broad spectrum of contemporary political thought and practice, ranging from theories of agonistic democracy and Foucault's ethic of 'care for the self' to the liberal pluralism of Joseph Raz, post-anarchist thought and contemporary movements for global justice and 'real democracy'. The discussion shows how agonistic autonomy brings together imagination, radical reflection, self-creation, pluralism and an ongoing struggle against closed identities in order to challenge and enhance Marxian and liberal ideas of freedom. The book tackles the problem of relativism and addresses a wider range of ontological, ethical and political questions raised by an agonistic outlook which dismisses objective foundations in science, history and morality.

The Nature Of Urban Design

Autore: Alexandros Washburn
Editore: Island Press
ISBN: 161091516X
Grandezza: 63,49 MB
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Vista: 278
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The best cities become an ingrained part of their residents' identities. Urban design is the key to this process, but all too often, citizens abandon it to professionals, unable to see a way to express what they love and value in their own neighborhoods. New in paperback, this visually rich book by Alexandros Washburn, former Chief Urban Designer of the New York Department of City Planning, redefines urban design. His book empowers urbanites and lays the foundations for a new approach to design that will help cities to prosper in an uncertain future. He asks his readers to consider how cities shape communities, for it is the strength of our communities, he argues, that will determine how we respond to crises like Hurricane Sandy, whose floodwaters he watched from his home in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Washburn draws heavily on his experience within the New York City planning system while highlighting forward-thinking developments in cities around the world. He grounds his book in the realities of political and financial challenges that hasten or hinder even the most beautiful designs. By discussing projects like the High Line and the Harlem Children's Zone as well as examples from Seoul to Singapore, he explores the nuances of the urban design process while emphasizing the importance of individuals with the drive to make a difference in their city. Throughout the book, Washburn shows how a well-designed city can be the most efficient, equitable, safe, and enriching place on earth. The Nature of Urban Design provides a framework for participating in the process of change and will inspire and inform anyone who cares about cities.