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|Author||: Rudolf Steiner|
|Publsiher||: Rudolf Steiner Press|
|Total Pages||: 258|
Download From Symptom to Reality Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
In a radical approach to understanding current affairs and history, Rudolf Steiner presents a method of penetrating to the hidden causes and realities that lie behind outer appearances. Contemporary life cannot fully be understood by an analysis that is restricted to external events, he says. Deeper levels of meaning are revealed when one begins to view such events as symptoms. The causes of these symptoms – the reality behind them – are to be discovered on other levels of existence.
|Author||: Henry Kellerman|
|Publsiher||: Springer Science & Business Media|
|Total Pages||: 171|
Download The Psychoanalysis of Symptoms Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
In this book, Dr. Henry Kellerman presents a set of principles (psychological/psychoanalytic axioms) which underpin the curing of psychological/emotional symptoms through the use of four terms that comprise a psychological equation. Each of these terms is spelled-out, and then throughout the book, specific symptoms are identified, and in a step-by-step display, the reader can follow the cure of the symptom through the use of this new discovery.
|Author||: Luigi Morelli|
|Publsiher||: CLAIRVIEW BOOKS|
|Total Pages||: 384|
Download Searching for the Spirit of the West Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
How can the West rediscover its authentic spirit? Exploring the period from 1899 to 1945 – from the end of the US frontier and the writing of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz to the conclusion of World War II and the dropping of the atom bomb – Luigi Morelli traces the events that led the United States to become the world’s dominating imperial force. America, he demonstrates, is deeply connected to Britain, Germany and Eastern Europe, particularly Russia. Yet despite their tragic collective histories, there is hope for the future – if only America can claim its true task. Searching for the Spirit of the West challenges many of the falsehoods that pass for mainstream history. Utilizing a wealth of documented evidence from the research of overlooked historians, economists, social and spiritual thinkers, the author takes a symptomatic view of the past, revealing hidden, longer-term trends. This approach offers a new understanding of events such as the rise of Nazism, the Great Depression, the new Deal, and even the roles of banking and clandestine ‘brotherhoods’ in world history. Morelli also appraises The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in parallel with America’s cultural achievements. Through imagination, L. Frank Baum’s contemporary fairy-tale enables us to intuit the true mission of the West and its potential contribution to world culture, now and in the future.
|Author||: Jessie Y.C. Chen,Gino Fragomeni|
|Total Pages||: 479|
Download Virtual Augmented and Mixed Reality Interaction Navigation Visualization Embodiment and Simulation Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This two-volume set LNCS 10909 and 10910 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality, VAMR 2018, held as part of HCI International 2018 in Las Vegas, NV, USA. HCII 2018 received a total of 4346 submissions, of which 1171 papers and 160 posters were accepted for publication after a careful reviewing process. The 65 papers presented in this volume were organized in topical sections named: interaction, navigation, and visualization in VAMR; embodiment, communication, and collaboration in VAMR; education, training, and simulation; VAMR in psychotherapy, exercising, and health; virtual reality for cultural heritage, entertainment, and games; industrial and military applications.
|Author||: D. Pyo,J. Hwang,Y. Yoon|
|Publsiher||: Mercury Learning and Information|
|Total Pages||: 229|
Download Tech Trends of the 4th Industrial Revolution Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The term “4th Industrial Revolution” has become commonplace, popping up in various media, but the public's understanding of the underlying technologies is often lagging the fast-pace of its related technological developments. This book is designed to bridge the gap which exists between the 4th industry-related technology boom and the general public's perception of it. The book introduces the content and applications of the related major technologies, such as the Internet of Things, blockchain, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and big data – all considered essential for the development and operation of contemporary business models. It is written to minimize technical / engineering content in order to enhance the reader's ability to understand these topics. FEATURES: Introduces the content and applications of the related major technologies, such as the Internet of Things, blockchain, artificial intelligence, robotics, machine learning, cloud computing, big data, virtual reality, and more Provides interesting descriptions and applications of technical topics to enhance understanding Covers topics and trends that must be considered in modern business models
|Author||: Ghislaine Boulanger|
|Total Pages||: 197|
Download Wounded By Reality Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
The culmination of three decades of studying and treating survivors of adult onset trauma, Wounded by Reality is the first systematic attempt to differentiate adult onset trauma from childhood trauma, with which it is frequently confused. When catastrophic events overtake adult lives, they often scar the psyche in ways that psychodynamically oriented clinicians struggle to understand. For Ghislaine Boulanger, the enormous challenge of working with these patients is unsurprising. Survivors of major catastrophe, whether a natural disaster, a life-threatening assault, a serious accident, or an act of terrorism, experience a near-fatal disruption of fundamental aspects of self experience. The sense of agency, of affectivity, of bodily integrity, the capacity for self-reflection, the sense of time, and the ability to relate to others - all are called into question.
|Author||: N. Katherine Hayles|
|Publsiher||: University of Chicago Press|
|Total Pages||: 288|
|Genre||: Literary Criticism|
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We live in a world, according to N. Katherine Hayles, where new languages are constantly emerging, proliferating, and fading into obsolescence. These are languages of our own making: the programming languages written in code for the intelligent machines we call computers. Hayles's latest exploration provides an exciting new way of understanding the relations between code and language and considers how their interactions have affected creative, technological, and artistic practices. My Mother Was a Computer explores how the impact of code on everyday life has become comparable to that of speech and writing: language and code have grown more entangled, the lines that once separated humans from machines, analog from digital, and old technologies from new ones have become blurred. My Mother Was a Computer gives us the tools necessary to make sense of these complex relationships. Hayles argues that we live in an age of intermediation that challenges our ideas about language, subjectivity, literary objects, and textuality. This process of intermediation takes place where digital media interact with cultural practices associated with older media, and here Hayles sharply portrays such interactions: how code differs from speech; how electronic text differs from print; the effects of digital media on the idea of the self; the effects of digitality on printed books; our conceptions of computers as living beings; the possibility that human consciousness itself might be computational; and the subjective cosmology wherein humans see the universe through the lens of their own digital age. We are the children of computers in more than one sense, and no critic has done more than N. Katherine Hayles to explain how these technologies define us and our culture. Heady and provocative, My Mother Was a Computer will be judged as her best work yet.