Singular Visions

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ISBN: OCLC:49378110
Release Date: 2001
Number of pages: 12
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Singular Visions

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ISBN: IND:39000005564690
Release Date: 1985
Number of pages: 47
Author: Alyce Assael
Publisher: Guild Hall Museum

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Visions and Healing in the Acts of the Apostles

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ISBN: 0814627978
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 194
Author: John J. Pilch
Publisher: Liturgical Press

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Software for Your Head

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ISBN: 0201604566
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 435
Author: Jim McCarthy
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

Download and read online Software for Your Head in PDF and EPUB Most people have experienced--at least once in their lives--the incomparable thrill of being part of a great team effort. They can remember the unity of purpose they experienced, the powerful passion that inspired them, and the incredible results they achieved. People who have been on a great team can attest that the difference between being on a team with a shared vision and being on a team without one is the difference between joy and misery. In 1996, Jim and Michele McCarthy, after successful careers leading software development teams at Microsoft and elsewhere, set out to discover a set of repeatable group behaviors that would always lead to the formation of a state of shared vision for any team. They hoped for a practical, communicable, and reliable process that could be used to create the best possible teams every time it was applied. They established a hands-on laboratory for the study and teaching of high-performance teamwork. In a controlled simulation environment, their principle research and teaching effort--the McCarthy Software Development BootCamp--challenged dozens of real-world, high-tech teams to produce and deliver a product. Teams were given a product development assignment, and instructed to form a team, envision the product, agree on how to make it, then design, build, and ship it on time. By repeating these simulations time after time, with the new teams building on the learning from previous teams, core practices emerged that were repeatedly successful. These were encoded as patterns and protocols. Software for Your Head is the first publication of the most significant results of the authors' unprecedented five-year investigation into the dynamics of contemporary teams. The information in this book will provide a means for any team to create for itself a compelling state of shared vision. 0201604566B09042001


A singular vision

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ISBN: UCSD:31822036225688
Release Date: 2009-04-01
Number of pages: 207
Author: Jess Wilder
Publisher: Prestel Pub

Download and read online A singular vision in PDF and EPUB Located near Bond Street since 1959, the Portal Gallery is an unpretentious venue for paintings by up-and-coming as well as established artists. For half a century, its patrons have been enthusiastic collectors of the gallery's unusual pictures, which lean toward the fantastic, magical and surrealoften with a dash of humor. This book brings together the most significant works exhibited at the Portal and features artists such as Beryl Cook, whose rotund figures and risqu themes are famous throughout Britain, the renowned Pop artist Peter Blake, who exhibited with the Portal in the 1960s, and Kit Williams, whose paintings from his book Masquerade in 1977 made him world famous overnight. Today the paintings of Portal artists such as Jane Lewis, James McNaught and Heather Nevay attract ever-new audiences, confirming the continued appeal of exquisitely executed, imaginative, figurative work amid the passing fashions of the contemporary art market. Illustrated throughout, this book offers a thematic chronicling of a gallery whose mission is to nurture artists who share a flair for the unconventional.


The First Person Singular

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ISBN: 9780810124134
Release Date: 2007-07-11
Number of pages: 145
Author: Alphonso Lingis
Publisher: Northwestern University Press

Download and read online The First Person Singular in PDF and EPUB Alphonso Lingis’s singular works of philosophy are not so much written as performed, and in The First Person Singular the performance is characteristically brilliant, a consummate act of philosophical reckoning. Lingis’s subject here, aptly enough, is the subject itself, understood not as consciousness but as embodied, impassioned, active being. His book is, at the same time, an elegant cultural analysis of how subjectivity is differently and collectively understood, invested, and situated. The subject Lingis elaborates in detail is the passionate subject of fantasy, of obsessive commitment, of noble actions, the subject enacting itself through an engagement with others, including animals and natural forces. This is not the linguistic or literary subject posited by structuralism and post-structuralism, nor the rational consciousness posited by post-Enlightenment philosophy. It is rather a being embodied in both a passionate, intensifying activity and a cultural collective made up of embodied others as well as the social rituals and practices that comprise this first person singular.


The Social Location of the Visions of Amram 4Q543 547

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ISBN: 1433107899
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 174
Author: Robert R. Duke
Publisher: Peter Lang

Download and read online The Social Location of the Visions of Amram 4Q543 547 in PDF and EPUB Revised version of the author's thesis (Ph.D.)--University of California, Los Angeles.


Daniel Many Visions One Prophecy

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ISBN: 9781470913496
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Author: Steven Ortlepp
Publisher: Lulu.com

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The Pan American Imagination

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ISBN: 9780813936673
Release Date: 2014-12-15
Number of pages: 288
Author: Stephen M. Park
Publisher: University of Virginia Press

Download and read online The Pan American Imagination in PDF and EPUB In the history of the early twentieth-century Americas, visions of hemispheric unity flourished, and the notion of a transnational American identity was embraced by artists, intellectuals, and government institutions. In The Pan American Imagination, Stephen Park explores the work of several Pan American modernists who challenged the body of knowledge being produced about Latin America, crossing the disciplinary boundaries of academia as well as the formal boundaries of artistic expression—from literary texts and travel writing to photography, painting, and dance. Park invests in an interdisciplinary approach, which he frames as a politically resistant intellectual practice, using it not only to examine the historical phenomenon of Pan Americanism but also to explore the implications for current transnational scholarship.


Visions in Mathematics

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ISBN: 303460422X
Release Date: 2011-03-31
Number of pages: 454
Author: Noga Alon
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Visions in Mathematics in PDF and EPUB "Visions in Mathematics - Towards 2000" was one of the most remarkable mathematical meetings in recent years. It was held in Tel Aviv from August 25th to September 3rd, 1999, and united some of the leading mathematicians worldwide. The goals of the conference were to discuss the importance, the methods, the past and the future of mathematics as we enter the 21st century and to consider the connection between mathematics and related areas. The aims of the conference are reflected in the present set of survey articles, documenting the state of art and future prospects in many branches of mathematics of current interest. This is the first part of a two-volume set that will serve any research mathematician or advanced student as an overview and guideline through the multifaceted body of mathematical research in the present and near future.


The Elements of Creative and Expressive Artistry

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ISBN: 0595603890
Release Date: 2011-09-06
Number of pages: 600
Author: Brian K. Hemphill
Publisher: iUniverse

Download and read online The Elements of Creative and Expressive Artistry in PDF and EPUB THE ELEMENTS OF CREATIVE AND EXPRESSIVE ARTISTRY identifies the nine root elements common to all artistic disciplines. Whether you are a writer, visual artist, or a performer, learning the fundamental elements will help you unlock your full artistic potential and create art that is more expressive, dramatic, and engaging. Hundreds of relevant art examples, citations, and quotations from prominent art professionals, philosophers, and scientists inform the pages of THE ELEMENTS OF CREATIVE AND EXPRESSIVE ARTISTRY. Authors, painters, sculptors, dancers, and artists from nearly every creative field provide knowledge and insight into many different forms of art, including visual arts, literary arts, dramatic arts, musical arts, dance arts, and various hybrid art forms. For advanced artists and art professionals looking to bring depth and nuance to their work, THE ELEMENTS OF CREATIVE AND EXPRESSIVE ARTISTRY presents thirty-six new elements that branch from the nine root elements and offer additional avenues of exploration for a lifetime of artistic development. For the art critic, it also presents a fundamental basis on which to evaluate artistic work of any domain. Even the non-artist who possesses a general love for art will develop a deeper appreciation of art by understanding the nine root elements.


Writing Visions of Hope

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ISBN: 9781623962647
Release Date: 2013-05-01
Number of pages: 235
Author: Richard C. Raymond
Publisher: IAP

Download and read online Writing Visions of Hope in PDF and EPUB This ninechapter book narrates a writingcentered approach to the teaching of literature and literary research. As the title suggests, the book also embraces a thematic approach to reading and writing about twentiethcentury American literature, focusing on the grounds for hope in an age of despair. The first five chapters explore in detail the teaching of the twentiethcentury American literature course at the University of Pristina in Kosovo, where the author served as Fulbright Professor of American Literature in the spring semester of 2012. Throughout, these chapters narrate students’ inclass interactions to illustrate writingtolearn strategies for teaching the literature.Chapter six then follows the same cohort of 22 students as they learned to ground their literary research in their own questions about American and Balkans narratives of oppression and liberty, of despair and hope. The last three chapters document the responses of students and their professors to this American theme of liberty and hope as seen through the Balkans lenses of ethnic violence and emerging republican government. Specifically, chapter seven focuses on students’ participation in a blog featuring Balkans literature that explores the same issues of liberty and justice examined in the American literature they have read. Chapter eight then celebrates student writing, the fruit of the writingtolearn strategies narrated in earlier chapters. Finally, chapter nine narrates professors’ and students’ responses, gathered through surveys and interviewing, to questions about their country’s violent past and the value of literary study in preparing citizens to shape a new republic.


Visions of Nonlinear Science in the 21st Century

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ISBN: 981023337X
Release Date: 1999
Number of pages: 855
Author: Jose L. Huertas
Publisher: World Scientific

Download and read online Visions of Nonlinear Science in the 21st Century in PDF and EPUB Authoritative and visionary, this festschrift features 12 highly readable expositions of virtually all currently active aspects of nonlinear science. It has been painstakingly researched and written by leading scientists and eminent expositors, including L Shilnikov, R Seydel, I Prigogine, W Porod, C Mira, M Lakshmanan, W Lauterborn, A Holden, H Haken, C Grebogi, E Doedel and L Chua; each chapter addresses a current and intensively researched area of nonlinear science and chaos, including nonlinear dynamics, mathematics, numerics and technology. Handsomely produced with high resolution color graphics for enhanced readability, this book has been carefully written at a high level of exposition and is somewhat self-contained. Each chapter includes a tutorial and background information, as well as a survey of each area's main results and state of the art. Of special interest to both beginners and seasoned researchers is the identification of future trends and challenging yet tractable problems thatare likely,to be solved before the end of the 21st century. The visionary and provocative nature of this book makes it a valuable and lasting reference.


Visions Upon the Land

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ISBN: 155963183X
Release Date: 1992
Number of pages: 278
Author: Karl Hess
Publisher: Island Press

Download and read online Visions Upon the Land in PDF and EPUB A leader of the controversial "wise-up" movement looks at environmental policies regarding Western rangelands from a laissez-faire point of view, arguing for less government control so that environmental plans can be left up to individuals and communities.


Urban Design and People

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ISBN: 9780470138168
Release Date: 2009-04-13
Number of pages: 386
Author: Michael Dobbins
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Urban Design and People in PDF and EPUB This introduction to the field of urban design offers a comprehensive survey of the processes necessary to implement urban design work, explaining the vocabulary, the rules, the tools, the structures, and the resources in clear and accessible style. Providing a comprehensive framework for understanding urban design principles and strategies, the author argues that urban design is both a process and a collaboration in which the different forces involved are knit together. Moving from the regional scale down to the scale of places, the book examines the goals and strategies of the urban designer from the viewpoints of the private sector, public sector, and community. The text is illustrated throughout with photographs and drawings that make theory and practice relevant and alive.