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The Age Of The Unthinkable

Author : Joshua Cooper Ramo
ISBN : 9780316070010
Genre : Political Science
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Today the very ideas that made America great imperil its future. Our plans go awry and policies fail. History's grandest war against terrorism creates more terrorists. Global capitalism, intended to improve lives, increases the gap between rich and poor. Decisions made to stem a financial crisis guarantee its worsening. Environmental strategies to protect species lead to their extinction. The traditional physics of power has been replaced by something radically different. In The Age of the Unthinkable, Joshua Cooper Ramo puts forth a revelatory new model for understanding our dangerously unpredictable world. Drawing upon history, economics, complexity theory, psychology, immunology, and the science of networks, he describes a new landscape of inherent unpredictability--and remarkable, wonderful possibility.

The Economist

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105132678108
Genre : Commerce
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Risk And Security In The Age Of Nuclear Weapons

Author : William Chapman Foster
ISBN : SRLF:A0006134381
Genre : Nuclear disarmament
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Usfa Publications Catalog

Author : United States Fire Administration
ISBN : STANFORD:36105050326623
Genre : Fire prevention
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The Seventh Sense

Author : Joshua Cooper Ramo
ISBN : 9780316285049
Genre : Social Science
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER WASHINGTON POST BESTSELLER Winner of the getAbstract 17th International Book Award "The Seventh Sense is a concept every businessman, diplomat, or student should aspire to master--a powerful idea, backed by stories and figures that will be impossible to forget." -- Walter Isaacson, author of Steve Jobs and Leonardo da Vinci Endless terror. Refugee waves. An unfixable global economy. Surprising election results. New billion-dollar fortunes. Miracle medical advances. What if they were all connected? What if you could understand why? The Seventh Sense is the story of what all of today's successful figures see and feel: the forces that are invisible to most of us but explain everything from explosive technological change to uneasy political ripples. The secret to power now is understanding our new age of networks. Not merely the Internet, but also webs of trade, finance, and even DNA. Based on his years of advising generals, CEOs, and politicians, Ramo takes us into the opaque heart of our world's rapidly connected systems and teaches us what the losers are not yet seeing--and what the victors of this age already know.

The Unthinkable Swift

Author : Warren Montag
ISBN : 1859840000
Genre : Literary Criticism
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No major figure of the English Augustan period has generated stronger and more contradictory views than Jonathan Swift. Scourge of the Whig ascendancy in his own day, vilified by the Victorians, celebrated by Yeats, he has in recent years become a significant bone of contention for prominent figures on the left like E.P. Thompson and Perry Anderson. In this highly original and subtle new study, Warren Montag situates Swift in relation to the ideological and political currents of the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries--in particular to what Montag perspicaciously identifies as the long crisis of the British state. Swift's perspective, he argues, was determined less by his personality or psychology than by his position as an Anglican cleric. The church, an instrument of the Tudor and Stuart absolutist state, lapsed into institutional and ideological crisis after the Stuart's fall. In Montag's view, Swift's writings were a defense of this increasingly indefensible institution. Swift employed satire because only in the negative representations of this literary form could the now effectively 'unthinkable' doctrines of the Church be made to appear. Opening with a historical survey of the crisis of English absolutism and the Anglican Church, Montag then gives a definitive account of the specific conflicts in philosophy against which Swift's Anglican orthodoxy was aligned. Detailed examinations of Swift's two prose masterpieces, A Tale of a Tub and Gulliver's Travels, follow. Historically and philosophically informed, The Unthinkable Swift contributes not only to our understanding of a seminal figure in English literary history but also to the study of historical ideologies, in particular the once dominant religious tradition at the dawn of the first modern capitalist state.

Unthinking The Unthinkable

Author : Jeff Smith
ISBN : UOM:39015014542909
Genre : Antinuclear movement
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An account of both the existence of weapons and of certain features of public debates over them. Smith (the Writing Program, UCLA) considers the field of discourse which marks the contemporary nuclear debate, citing works of literature and film as diverse as Shakespeare's Henry V and Dr. Strangelove. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

The Age Of Heretics

Author : Art Kleiner
ISBN : STANFORD:36105018462288
Genre : Business & Economics
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A cultural history of the 1960s cites the period's impact on such major corporations as Shell Oil and General Foods, and profiles the individuals who sought to apply democratic ideals to business

The Roots Of Anti Semitism In The Age Of Renaissance And Reformation

Author : Heiko Augustinus Oberman
ISBN : MINN:319510011680612
Genre : Religion
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The Age Of Comfort

Author : Joan DeJean
ISBN : 1608191354
Genre : Architecture
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Today, it is difficult to imagine a living room without a sofa. When the first sofas on record were delivered in seventeenth-century France, the result was a radical reinvention of interior space. Symptomatic of a new age of casualness and comfort, the sofa ushered in an era known as the golden age of conversation; as the first piece of furniture designed for two, it was also considered an invitation to seduction. With the sofa came many other changes in interior space we now take for granted: private bedrooms, bathrooms, and the original living rooms. None of this could have happened without a colorful cast of visionaries-legendary architects, the first interior designers, and the women who shaped the tastes of two successive kings of France: Louis XIV's mistress Madame de Maintenon and Louis XV's mistress Madame de Pompadour. Their revolutionary ideas would have a direct influence on realms outside the home, from clothing to literature and gender relations, changing the way people lived and related to one another for the foreseeable future.

The Age Of Innocence

Author : Edith Wharton
ISBN : MINN:319510023768973
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The Age Of Atrocity

Author : Lawrence L. Langer
ISBN : 080706369X
Genre : Atrocities in literature
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The Age Of Churchill

Author : Peter De Mendelssohn
ISBN : UCAL:$B752482
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This first volume of the projected three-volume series deals with the first steps in Churchill's career and with world events from 1874 to 1911.

The Age Of Terror

Author : Leslie Paul
ISBN : WISC:89094688868
Genre : Europe
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The Age Of The Common Millionaire

Author : Robert Heller
ISBN : UOM:39015013090264
Genre : Millionaires.
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A study of the new people and trends behind today's unprecedented creation of personal and corporate wealth illuminates the future of America's entrepreneurial society and draws rules and conclusions about getting and staying rich in the eighties

New Generation

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924054196567
Genre : Child labor
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The American Child

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Genre : Child labor
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The Jewish Thought Of Emil Fackenheim

Author : Emil L. Fackenheim
ISBN : UOM:39015012422880
Genre : Holocaust (Jewish theology)
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An anthology of articles and excerpts from books, many of which deal with the concept of the uniqueness of Nazi antisemitism and of the Holocaust. See especially the sections: Radical Evil and Auschwitz as Unprecedented Event (119-156); The Exposure to Auschwitz and the 614th Commandment (157-183); Jewish-Christian Dialogue (235-254); Antisemitism (255-285); The Idea of Humanity after Auschwitz (306-329); Was Hitler's War Just Another War? A Post-Mortem on Bitburg (365-368).

Conversations About Calling

Author : Valerie L. Myers
ISBN : 9781136455506
Genre : Business & Economics
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Conversations about Calling explores management perspectives of the calling construct. Using Max Weber’s seminal work, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism, as a starting point, Myers seeks to enrich management perspectives of calling by integrating the contributions of other disciplines to the literature on calling. While the word 'calling' is casually used as shorthand for 'my ideal job', the calling concept has provoked deeper and varied interest among the secular and spiritual circles of both scholars and practitioners. Structured around the idea of four conversations, the book aims to promote a holistic examination of calling. Each conversation has a different focus, elucidating important dimensions of calling, and together they provide a truly comprehensive view. Part I of the book examines existing conversations in management, while part II explores calling across disciplines and eras, from the 1500s to the present. Finally, part III unifies all conversations in a comprehensive theory, then discusses its application and implications for practitioners and organizations. With a strong theoretical grounding, the book also incorporates practical applications supported by case studies. Anyone interested in ethics or management and spirituality will benefit from reading this book. Please visit to rate the book and write a review.

Unthinkable Cities

Author : Elizabeth Anne Wheeler
ISBN : UCAL:C3403910
Genre : Kingston (Jamaica)
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