Inside A Question

Author: Henriette Lannes
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ISBN: 9781874250562
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Henrietta Lannes came to England after World War II and organised the work of G.I. Gurdieff. This book shows her various approaches to the man's mysticism, exploring the inner exercises she conveyed, the questions she raised, the dedication she displayed and the reminders she presented.

I Live Inside The Question

Author: Sabrina Tonneson
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ISBN: 9781947125490
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Oral Question Inside The Classroom

Author: Abdelaziz Mohammed
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1445746107
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Inside Islam

Author: Shaik Kadir
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ISBN: 9789812329783
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Get an insight into the teachings of Islam and enlightens the readers (especially for the non-Muslim readers) about the lifestyle and practices of Muslims. In depth introduction to Islam including overview of its beliefs, practices etc Question and answer format. Organised in terms of subjects (for easy reference) More than 100 topics covered. Inside Islam is a guidebook that has been structured into a Q&A format. Written in chapters with specific headings, it enables readers to find the answers to their queries on different aspects of Islam. Muslims and non-Muslims alike can easily learn about and understand the origins of Islam, its fundamental philosophy and basic religious tenets. This user-friendly book encourages readers to reflect on the current religious issues such as terrorism and Islamic extremism that affect the global community and endeavour towards living in harmony with people of different faiths.

Inside Creative Writing

Author: Graeme Harper
Editor: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 113729437X
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What is involved in the act of creative writing? How do renowned authors such as Robert Pinsky, Iain Banks and Philip Pullman write? Proving that there is no single way of writing creatively, Inside Creative Writing features original interviews with award-winning authors from around the globe and reveals the different ways in which they speak of their writing lives. Organised around central themes such as drafting, writing habits and skills, the book explores a wide variety of approaches to the craft of creative writing. With practical exercises and reflective questions tied to each theme, this is essential reading for all practising and aspiring creative writers interested in how they are forging their own, unique ways of working.

Inside Torts

Author: J.P. Ogilvy
Editor: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
ISBN: 1454877278
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Inside Torts: What Matters and Why is a concise, clearly-written, and student-friendly guide to the principal topics covered in most first-year torts courses. It is designed to provide the fundamentals while, at the same time, identifying some of complexities of modern tort law. The goal of the book is to demystify the doctrine without oversimplifying it. Overviews briefly introduce the topics of each chapter. The detailed tables of contents provide a starting point for the student to begin his or her own course outline. FAQs identify common misconceptions and sort them out, and numerous Sidebars offer additional insights, study tips, and practice pointers. Chapter summaries and bolded key terms facilitate study and review by reminding students of the key concepts that are needed to perform well on examinations. Connections at the end of each chapter illustrate the interconnections between the topics, encouraging students to integrate their knowledge of torts. Key Features: Basic coverage of the main topics of torts. Overviews provide a brief introduction to each chapter. Detailed table of contents to each chapter. FAQs with complete answers to address common mistakes and misconceptions. Bold-faced legal terms and definitions to build legal vocabulary. Sidebars that offer additional insights into the complexities of tort law. Chapter summaries provide a quick review of the essential doctrine. Connections section at the end of each chapter relates concepts to other chapters.

Inside Case Based Explanation

Author: Roger C. Schank
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 1317782682
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This book is the third volume in a series that provides a hands-on perspective on the evolving theories associated with Roger Schank and his students. The primary focus of this volume is on constructing explanations. All of the chapters relate to the problem of building computer programs that can develop hypotheses about what might have caused an observed event. Because most researchers in natural language processing don't really want to work on inference, memory, and learning issues, most of their sample text fragments are chosen carefully to de-emphasize the need for non text-related reasoning. The ability to come up with hypotheses about what is really going on in a story is a hallmark of human intelligence. The biggest difference between truly intelligent readers and less intelligent ones is the extent to which the reader can go beyond merely understanding the explicit statements being communicated. Achieving a creative level of understanding means developing hypotheses about questions for which there may be no conclusively correct answer at all. The focus of the lab, during the period documented in this book, was to work on getting a computer program to do that. The volume adopts a case-based approach to the construction of explanations which suggests that the main steps in the process of explaining a given anomaly are as follows: * Retrieve an explanation that might be relevant to the anomaly. * Evaluate whether the retrieved explanation makes sense when applied to the current anomaly. * Adapt the explanation to produce a new variant that fits better if the retrieved explanation doesn't fit the anomaly perfectly.

The Tenement Question Inside And Out

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Inside The Primary Black Box

Author: Christine Harrison
Editor: Granada Learning
ISBN: 9780708717684
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Information And Communication Technology Inside The Black Box

Author: Mary Webb
Editor: Granada Learning
ISBN: 9780708717639
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A Question Of Time

Author: Verlyn Flieger
Editor: Kent State University Press
ISBN: 9780873386999
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Tolkien's concern with time - past and present, real and faerie - captures the wonder of travel into other worlds and other times. This work shows that he was not just a mythmaker and writer of escapist fantasy but a man whose relationship to his own century was troubled and critical.

Working Inside The Black Box

Author: Paul Black
Editor: Granada Learning
ISBN: 9780708713792
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Offers practical advice on using and improving assessment for learning in the classroom.

Religion Inside And Outside Traditional Institutions

Author: International Society for Empirical Research in Theology. Conference
Editor: BRILL
ISBN: 9004157921
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"Religion inside and outside Traditional Institutions" combines conceptual reflection, methodological proposals, and research results that help to understand contemporary religious praxis. These contributions to empirical theology thereby adopt a perspective which includes religious praxis outside traditional institutions.

Inside Stories

Author: Janice Montgomery
Editor: PRUFROCK PRESS INC.
ISBN: 9781593630782
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Educational title for gifted and advanced learners.

English Grammar Workbook For Dummies

Author: Nuala O'Sullivan
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470664541
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English Grammar Workbook For Dummies, UK Edition is grammar First Aid for anyone wanting to perfect their English and develop the practical skills needed to write and speak correctly. Each chapter focuses on key grammatical principles, with easy-to-follow theory and examples as well as practice questions and explanations. From verbs, prepositions and tenses, to style, expressions and tricky word traps, this hands-on workbook is essential for both beginners looking to learn and practise the basics of English grammar, and those who want to brush up skills they already have - quickly, easily, and with confidence. English Grammar Workbook For Dummies, UK Edition covers: Part I: Laying the Groundwork: Grammar Basics Chapter 1: Placing the Proper Verb in the Proper Place Chapter 2: Matchmaker, Make Me a Match: Pairing Subjects and Verbs Correctly Chapter 3: Who Is She, and What Is It? The Lowdown on Pronouns Chapter 4: Finishing What You Start: Writing Complete Sentences Part II: Mastering Mechanics Chapter 5: Exercising Comma Sense Chapter 6: Made You Look! Punctuation Marks That Demand Attention Chapter 7: One Small Mark, a Whole New Meaning: Apostrophes Chapter 8: "Let Me Speak!" Quotation Marks Chapter 9: Hitting the Big Time: Capital Letters Part III: The Pickier Points of Correct Verb and Pronoun Use Chapter 10: The Case of It (And Other Pronouns) Chapter 11: Choosing the Best Pronoun for a Tricky Sentence Chapter 12: Travelling in Time: Tricky Verb-Tense Situations Chapter 13: Are You and Your Verbs in the Right Mood? Part IV: All You Need to Know about Descriptions and Comparisons Chapter 14: Writing Good or Well: Adjectives and Adverbs Chapter 15: Going on Location: Placing Descriptions Correctly Chapter 16: For Better or Worse: Forming Comparisons Chapter 17: Apples and Oranges: Improper Comparisons Part V: Writing with Style Chapter 18: Keeping Your Balance Chapter 19: Spicing Up and Trimming Down Your Sentences Chapter 20: Steering Clear of Tricky Word Traps Part VI: The Part of Tens Chapter 21: Ten Over-corrections Chapter 22: Ten Errors to Avoid at All Cost

The Infinite Question

Author: Christopher Bollas
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134026633
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In his latest book Christopher Bollas uses detailed studies of real clinical practice to illuminate a theory of psychoanalysis which privileges the human impulse to question. From earliest childhood to the end of our lives, we are driven by this impulse in its varying forms, and The Infinite Question illustrates how Freud's free associative method provides both patient and analyst with answers and, in turn, with an ongoing interplay of further questions. At the book's core are transcripts of real analytical sessions, accompanied by parallel commentaries which highlight key aspects of the free associative method in practice. These transcripts are contextualised by further discussion of the cases themselves, as well as a wider theoretical framework which places its emphasis on Freud's theory of the logic of sequence: by learning to listen to this free associative logic, Bollas argues, we can discover a richer and more complex unconscious voice than if we rely solely on Freud's theory of repressed ideas. Bollas demonstrates, in an eloquent and persuasive manner, how the Freudian position of evenly suspended attentiveness enables the analyst's unconscious to catch the drift of the patient's own unconscious. He also shows that to stimulate further questioning is often of more benefit to the analytical process than to jump to an interpretation. Yet whatever fascinating course a session may take, neither the patient nor the analyst can halt the progress of the self-propelling interrogative drive. The Infinite Question will be invaluable to both the new student and the experienced psychoanalyst, read either on its own or as a practice-based extension of the theoretical ideas elaborated in its companion volume, The Evocative Object World (also published by Routledge).

Inside Track Succeeding In Exams And Assessments

Author: Eddie Blass
Editor: Pearson Education
ISBN: 0273749846
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Successful Exams & Assessments is suitable for students across higher education who want to improve their revision strategies and get better outcomes from exams and assessments. Covering all aspects of the examination, it addresses how to take useful notes right through to mental preparation for the day of the exam.

Inside Writing Form A

Author: William Salomone
Editor: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1285969758
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The first text to effectively integrate grammar instruction with writing practice, INSIDE WRITING, now in its eighth edition, continues to provide students with extensive writing exercises specifically designed to support and reinforce the rules of grammar, usage, and mechanics. Using engaging allusions and humorous examples and exercises throughout the text, ranging in topics from Karl Marx to THE SIMPSONS, INSIDE WRITING encourages students to look beyond the simple mechanics of writing as they learn to communicate their thoughts clearly and effectively. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Social Identity In Question

Author: Parisa Dashtipour
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136245375
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Social identity theory is one of the most influential approaches to identity, group processes, intergroup relations and social change. This book draws on Lacanian psychoanalysis and Lacanian social theorists to investigate and rework the predominant concepts in the social identity framework. Social Identity in Question begins by reviewing the ways in which the social identity tradition has previously been critiqued by social psychologists who view human relations as conditioned by historical context, culture and language. The author offers an alternative perspective, based upon psychoanalytic notions of subjectivity. The chapters go on to develop these discussions, and they cover topics such as: self-categorisation theory group attachment and conformity the minimal group paradigm intergroup conflict, social change and resistance Each chapter seeks to disrupt the image of the subject as rational and unitary, and to question whether human relations are predictable. It is a book which will be of great interest to lecturers, researchers, and students in critical psychology, social psychology, social sciences and cultural studies.

Forensic Psychophysiology Using The Polygraph

Author: James Allan Matté
Editor: J.A.M. Publications
ISBN: 9780965579407
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Carefully and succinctly explores polygraph law, history, and science. For related material, see Hein Item #327060.