Running Like a Girl: Notes on Learning to Run [Audiobook]

Running Like a Girl: Notes on Learning to Run [Audiobook]

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Afropean: Notes From Black Europe [Audiobook]

Afropean: Notes From Black Europe [Audiobook]

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Bifurcation Without Parameters (lecture Notes In Mathematics)

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Notes on Bergson and Descartes by Charles Péguy (Peguy)

Notes on Bergson and Descartes: Philosophy, Christianity, and Modernity in Contestation by Charles Péguy
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Overview: Charles Péguy (1873-1914) was a French religious poet, philosophical essayist, publisher, social activist, Dreyfusard, and Catholic convert. There has recently been a renewed recognition of Peguy in France as a thinker of unique significance, a reconsideration inspired in large part by Gilles Deleuze’s Difference et repetition, which ranked him with Nietzsche and Kierkegaard. In the English-speaking world, however, access to Peguy has been hindered by a scarcity of translations of his work. This first complete translation of one of his most important prose works, with accompanying interpretive introduction and notes, will introduce English-speaking readers to a new voice, which speaks in a powerful and original way to a modern West in a condition of cultural and spiritual crisis. The immediate circumstance of the writing of this last prose essay, unfinished at the time of Peguy’s early death, was the placing of Henri Bergson’s philosophical works on the Catholic Index, and Peguy’s undertaking to defend his former teacher from his critics, both Catholic and secular. But the subject of Bergson is also a springboard for the exploration of the perennial themes–philosophical, theological, and literary–most central to Peguy’s thought.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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Notes on Bergson and Descartes by Charles Péguy

Notes on Bergson and Descartes: Philosophy, Christianity, and Modernity in Contestation by Charles Péguy
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Overview: Charles Péguy (1873-1914) was a French religious poet, philosophical essayist, publisher, social activist, Dreyfusard, and Catholic convert. There has recently been a renewed recognition of Peguy in France as a thinker of unique significance, a reconsideration inspired in large part by Gilles Deleuze’s Difference et repetition, which ranked him with Nietzsche and Kierkegaard. In the English-speaking world, however, access to Peguy has been hindered by a scarcity of translations of his work. This first complete translation of one of his most important prose works, with accompanying interpretive introduction and notes, will introduce English-speaking readers to a new voice, which speaks in a powerful and original way to a modern West in a condition of cultural and spiritual crisis. The immediate circumstance of the writing of this last prose essay, unfinished at the time of Peguy’s early death, was the placing of Henri Bergson’s philosophical works on the Catholic Index, and Peguy’s undertaking to defend his former teacher from his critics, both Catholic and secular. But the subject of Bergson is also a springboard for the exploration of the perennial themes–philosophical, theological, and literary–most central to Peguy’s thought.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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Grace For Amateurs: Field Notes on a Journey Back to Faith [Audiobook]

Grace For Amateurs: Field Notes on a Journey Back to Faith [Audiobook]

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Spiritual Notes to Myself by Hugh Prather

Spiritual Notes to Myself: Essential Wisdom for the 21st Century by Hugh Prather
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Overview: This longawaited companion to the classic fivemillioncopy bestseller, Notes to Myself, Spiritual Notes to Myself provides indispensible material for the journey to a more satisfying inner life.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Faith, Beliefs & Philosophy

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NIV Student Bible. with Notes and Articles Written by way of Philip…


NIV Student Bible. with Notes and Articles Written by way of Philip Yancey and Tim Stafford
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Mind Maps: Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning 3.0

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Mind Maps: Quicker Notes, Better Memory, and Improved Learning 3.0

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Notes from Underground through Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Notes from Underground through Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Overview: Dostoevsky’s Underground Man is a composite of the tormented clerk and the annoyed dreamer of his previous tales, however his Notes from the Underground is a precursor of his nice later novels and their central worry with the character of unfastened will.

Initially musing on his “illness” and the detested perception of self-interest, the maladjusted and willful Underground Man turns to a chain of incidents from years previous. Scornful of others and of himself, he recounts a celebration he attended at which, unwelcome, he were given under the influence of alcohol and acted scandalously, the talk over with to a brothel that ensued, and the danger arrival there of love-love which, in fact, through his very nature he can’t settle for, and so debases. Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky is likely one of the biggest, maximum influential prose writers of all time.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Classics, Russian Literature

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Notes from Underground by way of Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Notes from Underground by way of Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Overview: Dostoevsky’s Underground Man is a composite of the tormented clerk and the pissed off dreamer of his previous tales, however his Notes from the Underground is a precursor of his nice later novels and their central fear with the character of loose will.

Initially musing on his “illness” and the detested perception of self-interest, the maladjusted and willful Underground Man turns to a sequence of incidents from years previous. Scornful of others and of himself, he recounts a birthday celebration he attended at which, unwelcome, he were given under the influence of alcohol and acted scandalously, the seek advice from to a brothel that ensued, and the danger arrival there of love-love which, after all, by way of his very nature he can not settle for, and so debases. Russian novelist Fyodor Dostoevsky is among the biggest, maximum influential prose writers of all time.
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Shocked But Connected: Notes on Laughter

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Shrill : notes from a noisy lady

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