Leaving A Trace

Author: Alexandra Johnson
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0316082414
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An inspirational, practical & literate guide to starting & keeping a journal - & transforming it into something permanent like a memoir or a novel. Leaving A Trace is a practical guide to keeping a journal successfully & transforming it into future projects. Each chapter features both narrative & tailored exercises for beginning & committed diarists. Beginners will turn first to quick ways to overcome inhibitions, get started & stay on course. Seasoned chroniclers will start diaries with a new slant: they will learn how to trigger inspiration with creative brainstorming exercises; how to note patterns in diaries they already have & how to shape their material.

Functional Heads And Clause Structure

Author: Itziar Laka
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Zen Mind Beginner S Mind

Author: Shunryū Suzuki
Editor: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 1590302672
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Consists of a collection of stories and meditations on Zen practice that originated from a series of talks given by Zen Master Shunryu Suzuki to a small group in California.

Canada Lancet

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Leave No Trace In The Outdoors

Author: Jeffrey Marion
Editor: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 0811760510
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The essential guide for enjoying the outdoors without harming the environment.

Daodejing

Author: Laozi
Editor: Open Court
ISBN: 0812696255
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The Daodejing (Tao Te Ching) or Laozi (Lao Tzu), is the most fundamental scripture of Daoism and a classic of world literature. This new English translation is based on the most recent scholarship in the field and takes into account the ancient manuscript

Leave No Trace Land Ethics

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Leave No Trace

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Scheme And The Art Of Programming

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Faith In Mind

Author: Shengyan
Editor: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 1590303970
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The most beloved of Zen texts - Seng Ts'an's FAITH IN MIND - revealed as a source of practical guidance for spiritual practice.

Musical Forces

Author: Steve Larson
Editor: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253005493
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Steve Larson drew on his 20 years of research in music theory, cognitive linguistics, experimental psychology, and artificial intelligence—as well as his skill as a jazz pianist—to show how the experience of physical motion can shape one’s musical experience. Clarifying the roles of analogy, metaphor, grouping, pattern, hierarchy, and emergence in the explanation of musical meaning, Larson explained how listeners hear tonal music through the analogues of physical gravity, magnetism, and inertia. His theory of melodic expectation goes beyond prior theories in predicting complete melodic patterns. Larson elegantly demonstrated how rhythm and meter arise from, and are given meaning by, these same musical forces.

Performatives After Deconstruction

Author: Mauro Senatore
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1441147225
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What has happened since de Man and Derrida first read Austin? How has the encounter between deconstruction and the performative affected each of these terms? In addressing these questions, this book brings together scholars whose works have been provoked in different ways by the encounter of deconstruction and the performative. Following Derrida's appeal to any rigorous deconstruction to reckon with Austin's theorems and his ever growing commitment to rethink and rewrite the performative and its multiple articulations, it is now urgent that we reflect upon the effects of a theoretical event that has profoundly marked the contemporary scene. The contributors to this book suggest various ways of re-reading the heritage and future of both deconstruction and the performative after their encounter, bringing into focus both the constitutive aporia of the performative and the role it plays within the deconstruction of the metaphysical tradition.

Linguistic Categories Auxiliaries And Related Puzzles

Author: F. Heny
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9400969899
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VIrtually all the papers in these volumes originated in presentations at the Fourth Groningen Round Table, held in July 1980. That conference, organ ized by the Institute for General linguistics of Groningen University was the fourth in an irregular series of meetings devoted to issues of topical interest to linguists. Its predecessor, the Third Round Table, was held in June 1976, and dealt with the semantics of natural language. A selection of the papers was published as Syntax and Semantics 10, Selections from the Third Groningen Round Table, ed. by F. Heny and H. Schnelle, Academic Press, 1979. This fourth meeting was more narrowly focussed. The original intention was to examine the hypothesis of Akrnajian, Steele and Wasow in their paper 'The Category AUX in Universal Grammar', Linguistic Inquiry 10, 1-64. Ultimately the topic was broadened considerably to encompass not only the syntax, semantics and morphology of auxiliaries and related elements, but to tackle the problem (implicit in the original work of Akmajian, Steele and Wasow) of justifying the selection of categories for the analysis of natural language. In the summer of 1979, a workshop and short, informal conference were held at the University of Salzburg, in preparation for the Round Table. These were organized in conjunction with the Summer Institute of the linguistic Society of America. The cooperation of the LSA and of the University of Salzburg, and in particular of the Director of that Institute, Professor Gaberell Drachman, is hereby gratefully acknowledged.

Lipstick Traces

Author: Greil Marcus
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674034805
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This is a secret history of modern times, told by way of what conventional history tries to exclude. Lipstick Traces tells a story as disruptive and compelling as the century itself.

Archives Of Dermatology

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The Canadian Journal Of Medical Science

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Conscience On Stage

Author: Hilaire Kallendorf
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 0802092292
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It is no accident that some variation of the question 'What should I do?' appears in over three-quarters of the comedic plays of the Spanish Golden Age. Casuistical dialogue was a concern, even an obsession, of Spanish playwrights during the seventeenth century, many of whom were educated by Jesuit casuists. Conscience on Stage is a study of casuistry or case morality as the foundation for a poetics of seventeenth-century Spanish >em>comedias. Hilaire Kallendorf examines the Jesuit upbringing and casuistical education of major playwrights of the Spanish Golden Age, many of whom were also priests, and introduces the vocabulary of casuistry, as expressed in both confessors' manuals and in stage plays. Engaging issues of class, gender, and age to explore scenes of advice-giving and receiving, she demonstrates how the culture-specific construct of 'conscience' in early modern Spain can be recovered by means of a Foucauldian genealogy, which enlists the skills of philology at the service of a larger vision of the history of ideas. This study outlines and reiterates the relationship of theatre to casuistry, the Jesuit contributions to Spanish literary theory and practice, and the importance of casuistry for the study of early modern subjectivity.

Trace Fossil Concepts

Author: Paul B. Basan
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Hiking Colorado

Author: Maryann Gaug
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762768800
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Experience 50 of the best hikes in Colorado. This book includes detailed shaded relief maps, GPS waypoint coordinates for each hike, accurate route profiles showing the ups and downs of each hike, tips on equipment, trip planning, and hiking with dogs and children, accurate directions, difficulty ratings, trail contacts, and more.

Leaving Eden

Author: E. G. Nisbet
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521425797
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A wide-ranging survey of what is arguably the greatest challenge facing humanity today: the preservation of the natural environment.