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|Author||: William Klein,Max Kozloff|
|Total Pages||: 170|
|Genre||: Documentary photography|
Download Life is Good Good for You in New York Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Text by Max Kozloff, Jeffrey Ladd.
|Author||: Ellie Petri, PT, RYT|
|Publsiher||: Made For Success Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 166|
|Genre||: Family & Relationships|
Download Healthy for Two Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Ellie Petri, PT, RYT is a Women’s Health expert in Physical Therapy. She combines her extensive physical therapy knowledge with a yoga instructor background to assist her clients. We are often referred to as the best-kept secret. We have been called a coach, cheerleading team and pregnancy muscular skeletal guide book by our clients.
|Author||: J. David Velleman|
|Publsiher||: Open Book Publishers|
|Total Pages||: 232|
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In nine lively essays, bioethicist J. David Velleman challenges the prevailing consensus about assisted suicide and reproductive technology, articulating an original approach to the ethics of creating and ending human lives. He argues that assistance in dying is appropriate only at the point where talk of suicide is not, and he raises moral objections to anonymous donor conception. In their place, Velleman champions a morality of valuing personhood over happiness in making end-of-life decisions, and respecting the personhood of future children in making decisions about procreation. These controversial views are defended with philosophical rigor while remaining accessible to the general reader. Written over Velleman's 30 years of undergraduate teaching in bioethics, the essays have never before been collected and made available to a non-academic audience. They will open new lines of debate on issues of intense public interest.
|Author||: WL Knightly|
|Publsiher||: BrixBaxter Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 187|
Download A Savage Presence Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Now that Connor Cohen is dead, Silas Cohen is free to live the life he wants. But there are still two men in the way. When Enzo Juarez tries to make a new deal with Fiona, her good intentions get the best of her and she unexpectedly puts Silas in danger. Can Alex’s connections save them this time? All bets are off when it’s every man for themselves in this series’ finale.
|Author||: Rüdiger Bittner|
|Publsiher||: Oxford University Press|
|Total Pages||: 225|
Download Good Things to Do Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
"The book is to show that the aim of thinking about what to do, of practical reason, is to find, not what we ought to do, but what is a good thing to do for us under the circumstances. So it argues, first, that neither under prudence nor under morality there are things we ought to do. There is no warrant for the idea of our being required, by natural law perhaps or by our rationality, to do either what helps us attain our ends or what is right for moral reasons. While common moral understanding is committed to there being things we ought to do and to our being guilty and deserving blame if we fail to do them, we can lay aside these notions without loss, indeed with benefit. Second, it explains what it is for something to be good for somebody to do under the circumstances and argues for understanding practical reason in these terms. What is good for somebody to do we find by experience: from what we go through we learn what helps and what hinders and figure out on this basis both what is prudentially useful and what is morally right to do - although in the end this difference itself gives way, and morality turns out to be a part of prudence"--
|Author||: Tal Gross,Matthew J. Notowidigdo|
|Publsiher||: University of Chicago Press|
|Total Pages||: 250|
|Genre||: Medical care, Cost of|
Download Better Health Economics Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
"A health-economics textbook for the rest of us. The economics of healthcare are messy. For most consumers, there's minimal control around costs or services. Sometimes doctors get paid a lot; other times they don't get paid at all. Insurance and drug companies are bad, except when they're good. Everyone still uses fax machines. If economics is the study of markets and efficiency, how do we make sense of any of this? Better Health Economics is an warts-and-all introduction to a field that is, economically speaking, more exceptions than rules. Drawing on combined decades of teaching, MIT-trained economists Tal Gross and Matthew J. Notowidigdo offer readers an accessible, nonexpert primer on the field's essential concepts-and, critically, a framework for thinking about this increasingly imperfect (and important!) market. Written in warm, spare prose and with a minimum of theory or math, Better Health Economics is an ideal entry point in health economics for the range of fields for which the topic is essential. By understanding health economics as an ongoing effort to retain good things while eliminating wasteful things, students from social science, medicine, and public policy will draw a richer and more scalable understanding of concepts that are traditionally opaque, even daunting. Better Health Economics is a love letter to a topic that is traditionally unloveable. Healthcare may be a failed market, but it's our failed market"--
|Author||: Christine M. Korsgaard|
|Publsiher||: Oxford University Press|
|Total Pages||: 272|
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Christine M. Korsgaard presents a compelling new view of humans' moral relationships to the other animals. She defends the claim that we are obligated to treat all sentient beings as what Kant called "ends-in-themselves". Drawing on a theory of the good derived from Aristotle, she offers an explanation of why animals are the sorts of beings for whom things can be good or bad. She then turns to Kant's argument for the value of humanity to show that rationality commits us to claiming the standing of ends-in-ourselves, in two senses. Kant argued that as autonomous beings, we claim to be ends-in-ourselves when we claim the standing to make laws for ourselves and each other. Korsgaard argues that as beings who have a good, we also claim to be ends-in-ourselves when we take the things that are good for us to be good absolutely and so worthy of pursuit. The first claim commits us to joining with other autonomous beings in relations of moral reciprocity. The second claim commits us to treating the good of every sentient creature as something of absolute importance. Korsgaard argues that human beings are not more important than the other animals, that our moral nature does not make us superior to the other animals, and that our unique capacities do not make us better off than the other animals. She criticizes the "marginal cases" argument and advances a new view of moral standing as attaching to the atemporal subjects of lives. She criticizes Kant's own view that our duties to animals are indirect, and offers a non-utilitarian account of the relation between pleasure and the good. She also addresses a number of directly practical questions: whether we have the right to eat animals, experiment on them, make them work for us and fight in our wars, and keep them as pets; and how to understand the wrong that we do when we cause a species to go extinct.
|Author||: Elizabeth Stevens|
|Publsiher||: Kinky Siren|
|Total Pages||: 166|
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Leah I didn’t belong in their world, but I made a good show of pretending I did. Mother and Father expected it. All I wanted to do was get a cosy cottage in the suburbs and live with my million cats. What I got instead was suitor after suitor paraded in front of me and the threat of a looming engagement. So, what else was a girl to do? After bumping into Mrs Fortescue’s ‘companion’ one too many times, I decided he’d do. Mother and Father wanted an engagement? They’d get one. Except I’d be the one having the last laugh because Patrick is the total opposite of what my parents want in a son-in-law – his nickname is Hawk for goodness’ sake – and I have no obligations to him in any department. But of course, the best laid plans make fools of us all and it’s not long before I want him to hold me accountable only to him in EVERY department. There’s just the small problem of him being completely unsuitable and without any inclination to settle down. If there’s one thing I know about men, it’s that it takes a remarkable woman to tame them. I know I’m a remarkable woman. I only hope it’s not too late for this lady to tame her hawk. Patrick If there’s one thing that makes a guy reconsider his womanising ways, it’s seeing his best mate and his little sister settle down. If there’s another, it’s a gorgeous woman in a stunning red dress. But she’s a part of a world I can only pretend to fit into and she’s a damned lady – elegant and sophisticated – and she’s totally off-limits to a grunt like me. Every time we meet, there’s a look in her eyes that suggests she’s far less sophisticated than she’d have me believe. And it’s not long before this hawk is close to begging to relinquish his freedom, even just for one night. So, how could I say no when she needed my help? I was expertly qualified to serve, and if I got to be myself for once that was just icing. But the more time I spend with her, the more I want to be around her. The more it feels less like a job and more like something real. There’s just the small problem of her being an heiress with obligations that don’t include me and the job will only last so long. I don’t know a lot about ladies, despite my remarkable ability to play a part. All I know is there’s always more underneath the mask, and there’s only one lady who can tame this hawk.