Senses Are for Everything

Senses Are for Everything Author Katherine Hengel
ISBN-10 9781614785262
Release 2012
Pages 24
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This title introduces young readers to the five senses. Engaging photos show kids using their ears, eyes, hands, mouths and noses in relation to real world experiences like going to a baseball game or playing at the beach. Simple sentences make this title fun for kids to read and understand the what, how, when and why of the five senses. Fun facts, a comprehension quiz and a glossary are also included.



Everything Depends on How We Raise Them Educating Young Children by the Suzuki Method

Everything Depends on How We Raise Them  Educating Young Children by the Suzuki Method Author Shigeki Tanaka
ISBN-10 1457405911
Release
Pages 116
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In this new edition to the About Suzuki series, Shigeki Tanaka shares his experiences with using the Suzuki Method® to teach young children. He founded a kindergarten that has seen more than 1,000 graduates using this system. His belief is that every baby has the potential to develop higher ability, which is fostered by the baby's environment. Therefore, parents and teachers must be conscious of a child's environment from an early age. He concludes that what is at the core of human ability is heart, not knowledge. This book is a great addition to the study of early childhood education!



Everything Is Obvious

Everything Is Obvious Author Duncan J. Watts
ISBN-10 9780385531696
Release 2011-03-29
Pages 352
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Drawing on the latest scientific research, along with a wealth of historical and contemporary examples, Watts shows how common sense reasoning and history conspire to mislead us into believing that we understand more about the world of human behavior than we do; and in turn, why attempts to predict, manage, or manipulate social and economic systems so often go awry. It seems obvious, for example, that people respond to incentives; yet policy makers and managers alike frequently fail to anticipate how people will respond to the incentives they create. Social trends often seem to be driven by certain influential people; yet marketers have been unable to identify these “influencers” in advance. And although successful products or companies always seem in retrospect to have succeeded because of their unique qualities, predicting the qualities of the next hit product or hot company is notoriously difficult even for experienced professionals. Only by understanding how and when common sense fails, Watts argues, can we improve how we plan for the future, as well as understand the present—an argument that has important implications in politics, business, and marketing, as well as in science and everyday life.



Making the Grade

Making the Grade Author Elena R. Arrigo
ISBN-10 0764124773
Release 2004
Pages 362
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Describes what a child should know at the second grade level in such areas as reading, writing, math, social studies, and science, and offers strategies and techniques for developing curricula.



5 Senses

5 Senses Author Tracey West
ISBN-10 0590131125
Release 1997
Pages 48
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Suggests cross-curricular activities, including finger painting, games, poetry, taste tests, and making musical instruments



Everything That Is Not a Belief Is True

Everything That Is Not a Belief Is True Author Ray Menezes
ISBN-10 9781780880464
Release 2011-12-01
Pages 224
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Free of belief, consciousness shines pure, and anything done or believed with the intention of realising this can only obscure it. This cannot be improved and there are no stages to attaining it; the consciousness of all beings is already pure and complete. Meditation, yoga, fasting or any other spiritual or religious practice can in no way affect the natural purity of consciousness and there are no spiritual or religious texts including this that can in any way change what is already there.The purpose of this book is not to teach or reveal; it is only to disrupt the beliefs that we unintentionally use to obscure consciousness. Our beliefs are naturally being disrupted but this is a slow process that can be considered evolutionary. With this book, it is possible to speed up this process considerably. When belief itself is questioned deeply enough, a point of no return is reached and all false beliefs spontaneously collapse without effort. What we read or hear can be understood on a relative level according to what each of us is capable of understanding. This also applies to this book, but it is important to understand that we cannot fully understand anything until our understanding is free from belief. Free from belief, these words would disappear.A book that aims to dispel many myths in common society today, Everything That is Not a Belief is True will apply to those interested in reading about spirituality, psychotherapy and meditation. Author Ray is inspired by a number of people, most notably Nisargadatta Maharaj whose books include I Am That, The Nectar of Immortality and Seeds of Consciousness.



The Unified Theory of the Universe and Everything

The Unified Theory of the Universe and Everything Author Frank Barlow
ISBN-10 9781609768065
Release 2011-03-01
Pages 60
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Inspired by Albert Einstein, Frank Barlow has been writing technical articles for over thirty years. He answers some age-old questions in his new book The Unified Theory of the Universe and Everything; tackling questions that have been asked about the universe, life, the smallest particle, and the end of time, all are answered from a layman's perspective, using simple observations and a few revolutionary theories.Barlow asks: How did matter form? How have we and the galaxies evolved? Why is the universe expanding? When will it all end? Who are we and where do we fit in the big picture? He asserts that his statements and observations are all logically substantiated.His motivation came from a sudden realization of why the universe was expanding and everything within it. The same theory seemed to answer many additional questions about how the smallest possible particle could exist. He also answers questions that have been puzzling scientists, such as the dual nature of light, the nature of the universe, time, and even questions regarding our own thought process.Barlow says, "Everyone seems to have noticed that time is passing very quickly these days, weeks and months just seem to fly by." The book offers an explanation for this speeding up of time and its ultimate conclusion.The Unified Theory of the Universe will open your eyes and answer your questions.



The World of the Senses

The World of the Senses Author Rudolf Steiner
ISBN-10 9781855843967
Release 2014-06-13
Pages 132
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In this concise series of lectures, Rudolf Steiner shows how the human senses reveal the mysterious world of the will, which is at once a spiritual and physical phenomenon. The senses act as a portal connecting our physical and etheric bodies with what Steiner refers to as worlds of "all-pervading will" and "all-pervading wisdom." He elaborates this theme, giving some unexpected and delightful insigts into the senses of hearing and sight, and in particular how we experience colour. Steiner suggests that divine spiritual beings had different intentions for the formation of physical human beings, but that adversary powers caused disruption, leading to a more materialized constitution. He describes disorders in the connections between the human physical, etheric, astral and ego bodies, and the ill effects of one aspect overpowering the others. He gives insight into human glandular secretions, and why we need to eat and digest--also connected to the intervention of adversary beings.



The Re organization of Philosophy

The Re organization of Philosophy Author Shadworth Hollway Hodgson
ISBN-10 UOM:39015026447881
Release 1886
Pages 60
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The Re organization of Philosophy has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Re organization of Philosophy also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Re organization of Philosophy book for free.



Senseless Mind

Senseless Mind Author Lee C. George
ISBN-10 9780595519316
Release 2008-08
Pages 380
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"God, look at it! Look at it, Nash." Perhaps Merak is addressing the Lord as much as his assistant, for what he discovers is nothing less than miraculous. The age-old debate over "Nature" versus "Nurture" is resolved. Humans do possess innate knowledge. In the seemingly empty mind of a child, they expose the seed to the origin of all existence-the tiny bit of information that started it all. But the child is in danger. Researchers have taken it for use in mind-manipulation experiments. Now its mother, Mira, is compelled to rescue her baby. She is driven by cryptic premonitions surfacing from her unconscious mind. She does not know that her abducted newborn holds the answers to her puzzles locked in his brain. Since her insemination, Mira's visions are more frequent, her best friend is obsessed with her dream diary, her neighbor is murdered, and a bookstore proprietor tells her of an apocalyptic prophecy surrounding two antiques she possesses-all linking to the events to befall the child. She must hurry to solve her mystery and save her son, but their reunion sparks a final episode, fulfilling the prophecy and leaving the fate of humanity within an infant's Senseless Mind.



The Revolutionary Kant

The Revolutionary Kant Author Graham Bird
ISBN-10 9780812698787
Release 2013-12-01
Pages 736
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The Revolutionary Kant offers a new appreciation of Kant’s classic, arguing that Kant's reform of philosophy was far more radical than has been previously understood. The book examines his proposed revolutionary reform — to abandon traditional metaphysics and point philosophy in a new direction — and contends that critics have misrepresented conflicts between Kant and his predecessors. Kant, Bird argues, was not a flawed innovator but an advocate of a new philosophical project, one that began to be appreciated only in the twentieth century.



Written Education Induced Schizophrenia

Written Education Induced Schizophrenia Author Todd Andrew Rohrer
ISBN-10 9781450229227
Release 2010-05-12
Pages 228
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A man had an accident. He lost his sense of time and emotional capacity. This is his sixteenth attempt to communicate since the accident.



More Messages from the Angels

More Messages from the Angels Author Irene Johanson
ISBN-10 1902636368
Release 2002-09-25
Pages 112
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As with her previous work What the Angels Need to Tell Us Now, More Messages from the Angels is divided into two parts. In the first section, Irene Johanson gives valuable advice about the inner preparations necessary to receive angel messages in the proper way. She explains how to distinguish between the different kinds of spirits, and how to deal with information received from metaphysical entities -- in particular knowing whether such information is genuine or not. She also gives advice about transforming our life of soul and the forces of thinking, feeling and will. In the second part, Johanson presents more messages and information received from angels through her friend Agnes, an individual who represents a new kind of clairvoyance. Unlike mediumism or channeling, Agnes's method does not entail a dimming of consciousness, but has the character of clarity and wakefulness. The messages received contain critical advice, guidance and insight from the angels to humanity. This time they speak on many contemporary issues, including organ transplants, genetic modification, cloning, mad cow disease, nuclear energy, evil, catastrophes and disasters (including 9/11), abortion, population growth, sudden death, cyanide, AIDS, sexuality, difficult children, fear, psychological warfare, ecumenism, democracy, and human and angelic cooperation.



Memory

Memory Author David Samuel
ISBN-10 0814781454
Release 1999-09-01
Pages 128
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Reginald Denny. O. J. Simpson. Colin Ferguson. Louise Woodward: all names that have cast a spotlight on the deficiencies of the American system of criminal justice. Yet, in the wake of each trial that exposes shocking behavior by trial participants or results in counterintuitive rulings—often with perverse results—the American public is reassured by the trial bar that the case is not "typical" and that our trial system remains the best in the world. William T. Pizzi here argues that what the public perceives is in fact exactly what the United States has: a trial system that places far too much emphasis on winning and not nearly enough on truth, one in which the abilities of a lawyer or the composition of a jury may be far more important to the outcome of a case than any evidence. How has a system on which Americans have lavished enormous amounts of energy, time, and money been allowed to degenerate into one so profoundly flawed? Acting as an informal tour guide, and bringing to bear his experiences as both insider and outsider, prosecutor and academic, Pizzi here exposes the structural faultlines of our trial system and its paralyzing obsession with procedure, specifically the ways in which lawyers are permitted to dominate trials, the system's preference for weak judges, and the absurdities of plea bargaining. By comparing and contrasting the U.S. system with that of a host of other countries, Trials Without Truth provides a clear-headed, wide-ranging critique of what ails the criminal justice system—and a prescription for how it can be fixed.



The Judgment of Sense

The Judgment of Sense Author David Summers
ISBN-10 0521386314
Release 1990-02-23
Pages 365
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With the rise of naturalism in the art of the late Middle Ages and the Renaissance there developed an extensive and diverse literature about art which helped to explain, justify and shape its new aims. In this book, David Summers provides an investigation of the philosophical and psychological notions invoked in this new theory and criticism. From a thorough examination of the sources, he shows how the medieval language of mental discourse derived from an understanding of classical thought.



Treatise on Basic Philosophy

Treatise on Basic Philosophy Author Mario BUNGE
ISBN-10 9027705348
Release 1974-11-30
Pages 186
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In this Introduction we shall sketch a profile of our field of inquiry. This is necessary because semantics is too often mistaken for lexicography and therefore dismissed as trivial, while at other times it is disparaged for being concerned with reputedly shady characters such as meaning and allegedly defunct ones like truth. Moreover our special concern, the semantics of science, is a newcomer - at least as a systematic body - and therefore in need of an introduction. l. GOAL Semantics is the field of inquiry centrally concerned with meaning and truth. It can be empirical or nonempirical. When brought to bear on concrete objects, such as a community of speakers, semantics seeks to answer problems concerning certain linguistic facts - such as disclosing the interpretation code inherent in the language or explaning the speakers' ability or inability to utter and understand new sentences ofthe language. This kind of semantics will then be both theoretical and experimental: it will be a branch of what used to be called 'behavioral science'.



Everyone Can Write

Everyone Can Write Author Peter Elbow
ISBN-10 9780195355871
Release 2000-01-27
Pages 412
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With Writing without Teachers (OUP 1975) and Writing with Power (OUP 1995) Peter Elbow revolutionized the teaching of writing. His process method--and its now commonplace "free writing" techniques--liberated generations of students and teachers from the emphasis on formal principles of grammar that had dominated composition pedagogy. This new collection of essays brings together the best of Elbow's writing since the publication of Embracing Contraries in 1987. The volume includes sections on voice, the experience of writing, teaching, and evaluation. Implicit throughout is Elbow's commitment to humanizing the profession, and his continued emphasis on the importance of binary thinking and nonadversarial argument. The result is a compendium of a master teacher's thought on the relation between good pedagogy and good writing; it is sure to be of interest to all professional teachers of writing, and will be a valuable book for use in composition courses at all levels.