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Author : Jim Baggott
ISBN : 9780191017346
Genre : Science
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What is life? Where do we come from and how did we evolve? What is the universe and how was it formed? What is the nature of the material world? How does it work? How and why do we think? What does it mean to be human? How do we know? There are many different versions of our creation story. This book tells the version according to modern science. It is a unique account, starting at the Big Bang and travelling right up to the emergence of humans as conscious intelligent beings, 13.8 billion years later. Chapter by chapter, it sets out the current state of scientific knowledge: the origins of space and time; energy, mass, and light; galaxies, stars, and our sun; the habitable earth, and complex life itself. Drawing together the physical and biological sciences, Baggott recounts what we currently know of our history, highlighting the questions science has yet to answer.

Space Time Place

Author : Maurizio Forte
ISBN : IND:30000127029423
Genre : Social Science
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Third International Conference on Remote Sensing in Archaeology, 17th-21st August 2009, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India

The Space Of Words

Author : Jennifer M. Hoyer
ISBN : 9781571135513
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A new evaluation of one of the most significant Holocaust poets, Nelly Sachs (1891-1970), offering the first sustained critical analysis of Sachs's largely unanalyzed pre-war poetry and prose.

Classical Mechanics

Author : Walter Greiner
ISBN : 9780387218519
Genre : Science
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Intended for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students, this text is based on the highly successful course given by Walter Greiner at the University of Frankfurt, Germany. The two volumes on classical mechanics provide not only a complete survey of the topic but also an enormous number of worked examples and problems to show students clearly how to apply the abstract principles to realistic problems.

Space Time And Evaluation In Ideological Discourse

Author : Laura Filardo-Llamas
ISBN : 9781317293590
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Bringing together a body of related research which has recently developed in Critical Discourse Analysis, this book is the first to address the role of perspective in socio-political discourse. Specifically, the contributions to this volume seek to explore, from a cognitive standpoint, the way in which perspective functions in three dimensions – space, time, and evaluation – to enact ideology and persuasion. A range of discourse genres are analysed, including political discourse, media discourse, and songs used as political tools. Starting from the contention that discourse processing relies on the same mechanisms that support our understanding and experience of space, the book finds a recurrent theme in the way in which perspectival concepts like distance and focus, prompted by linguistic signs, feature in our discursively constructed knowledge of social and political realities. By highlighting the complex nature of perspective-taking in ideological discourse, the volume sets the agenda for further research in this area. The book will appeal to linguists, discourse analysts, media scholars, and political scientists, and all who are interested in the relationship between language and cognition in the socio-political domain. This book was originally published as a special issue of Critical Discourse Studies.

The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson Volume 1

Author : Thomas Jefferson
ISBN : 9780691045337
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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"The Papers of Thomas Jefferson is a projected 60-volume series containing not only the 18,000 letters written by Jefferson but also, in full or in summary, the more than 25,000 letters written to him. Including documents of historical significance as well as private notes not closely examined until their publication in the Papers, this series is an unmatched source of scholarship on the nation's third president"--Publisher's description.

The Dynamic Eternal Universe

Author : Eugene Kurywczak
ISBN : 9781490834658
Genre : Religion
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Old Science Teaches, Before The Universe Came To Be. "There Was Nothing." Nothing Somehow Evolved An Agglomeration Of Matter. That Matter Contained Everything, Was Very Hot And Exploded. Thus The Light, Falsely Named The "Big Bang." Today's Science Says. Energy/Matter Are One, Thus Eternal, They Only Change State. Religion Teaches. In Darkness, Was The Intelligent Eternal God "I AM." In Darkness, I AM Commanded, "Let There Be Light." In Time It Came Pass, The "Light" Came To Be. By That Command He Also Created Man, Because, "We Are." As a Student of Science and Religion, Author Concluded and States. Today's Science Supports Religion. From God's Energy Of "Will" Came to Be, The Eternal Universal Mass and "The Everlasting Intelligence," For Those Created In The "Image Of God."

Words Space And The Audience

Author : M. Bennett
ISBN : 9781137052599
Genre : Performing Arts
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In this unique study, Michael Y. Bennett re-reads four influential modern plays alongside their contemporary debates between rationalism and empiricism to show how these monumental achievements were thoroughly a product of their time, but also universal in their epistemological quest to understand the world through a rational and/or empirical model. Bennett contends that these plays directly engage in their contemporary epistemological debates rather than through the lens of a specific philosophy. Besides producing new, insightful readings of heavily-studied plays, the interdisciplinary (historical, philosophical, dramatic, theatrical, and literary) frame Bennett constructs allows him to investigate one of the most fundamental questions of the theatre - how does meaning get made? Bennett suggests that the key to unlocking theatrical meaning is exploring the tension between empirical and rational modes of understanding. The book concludes with an interview with performance artist Coco Fusco.

New Literary Hybrids In The Age Of Multimedia Expression

Author : Marcel Cornis-Pope
ISBN : 9789027269331
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Begun in 2010 as part of the “Histories of Literatures in European Languages” series sponsored by the International Comparative Literature Association, the current project on New Literary Hybrids in the Age of Multimedia Expression recognizes the global shift toward the visual and the virtual in all areas of textuality: the printed, verbal text is increasingly joined with the visual, often electronic, text. This shift has opened up new domains of human achievement in art and culture. The international roster of 24 contributors to this volume pursue a broad range of issues under four sets of questions that allow a larger conversation to emerge, both inside the volume’s sections and between them. The four sections cover, 1) Multimedia Productions in Theoretical and Historical Perspective; 2) Regional and Intercultural Projects; 3) Forms and Genres; and, 4) Readers and Rewriters in Multimedia Environments. The essays included in this volume are examples of the kinds of projects and inquiries that have become possible at the interface between literature and other media, new and old. They emphasize the extent to which hypertextual, multimedia, and virtual reality technologies have enhanced the sociality of reading and writing, enabling more people to interact than ever before. At the same time, however, they warn that, as long as these technologies are used to reinforce old habits of reading/ writing, they will deliver modest results. One of the major tasks pursued by the contributors to this volume is to integrate literature in the global informational environment where it can function as an imaginative partner, teaching its interpretive competencies to other components of the cultural landscape.

Kant On Freedom And Spontaneity

Author : Kate A. Moran
ISBN : 9781107125933
Genre : History
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A collection of essays on the foundational themes of freedom and spontaneity in Immanuel Kant's philosophy.

Particles And Fields

Author : Gordon W. Semenoff
ISBN : 9781461214106
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The focus of this volume is on quantum field theory: inegrable theories, statistical systems, and applications to condensed-matter physics. It covers some of the most significant recent advances in theoretical physics at a level accessible to advanced graduate students. The contributions, each by a noted researcher, dicuss such topics as: some remarkable features of integrable Toda field theories (E. Corrigan), properties of a gas of interacting Fermions in a lattice of magnetic ions (J. Feldman &. al.), how quantum groups arise in three-dimensional topological quantum field thory (D. Freed), a method for computing correlation functions of solvable lattice models (T. Miwa), matrix models discussed from the point of view of integrable systems (A. Morozov), localization of path integrals in certain equivariant cohomologies (A. Niemi), Calogero-Moser systems (S. Ruijsenaars), planar gauge theories with broken symmetries (M. de Wild Propitius & F.A. Bais), quantum-Hall fluids (A. Capelli & al.), spectral theory of quantum vortex operators (P.I. Ettinghoff).

Differential Geometry And Relativity Theory

Author : RichardL. Faber
ISBN : 9781351455145
Genre : Mathematics
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Differentilil Geometry and Relativity Theory: An Introduction approaches relativity asa geometric theory of space and time in which gravity is a manifestation of space-timecurvature, rathe1 than a force. Uniting differential geometry and both special and generalrelativity in a single source, this easy-to-understand text opens the general theory of relativityto mathematics majors having a backgr.ound only in multivariable calculus and linearalgebra.The book offers a broad overview of the physical foundations and mathematical details ofrelativity, and presents concrete physical interpretations of numerous abstract concepts inRiemannian geometry. The work is profusely illustrated with diagrams aiding in the understandingof proofs and explanations. Appendices feature important material on vectoranalysis and hyperbolic functions.Differential Geometry and Relativity Theory: An Introduction serves as the ideal textfor high-level undergraduate couues in mathematics and physics, and includes a solutionsmanual augmenting classroom study. It is an invaluable reference for mathematicians interestedin differential and IUemannian geometry, or the special and general theories ofrelativity

Dogen On Meditation And Thinking

Author : Hee-Jin Kim
ISBN : 9780791469255
Genre : Religion
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Looks at Dogen’s writings on meditation and thinking.

The Expository Times

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Space Time And Culture Among The Iraqw Of Tanzania

Author : Robert J. Thornton
ISBN : UOM:39015005122067
Genre : History
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Foundations Of Astronomy

Author : Michael A. Seeds
ISBN : 9781133711100
Genre : Science
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Fascinating, engaging, and extremely visual, Foundations of Astronomy Twelth Edition emphasizes the scientific method throughout as it guides students to answer two fundamental questions: What are we? And how do we know? Updated with the newest developments and latest discoveries in the exciting study of astronomy, authors Michael Seeds and Dana Backman discuss the interplay between evidence and hypothesis, while providing not only fact but also a conceptual framework for understanding the logic of science. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Cosmological Special Relativity

Author : Moshe Carmeli
ISBN : 9789814497619
Genre : Science
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This book deals with special relativity theory and its application to cosmology. It presents Einstein's theory of space and time in detail, and describes the large scale structure of space, time and velocity as a new cosmological special relativity. A cosmological Lorentz-like transformation, which relates events at different cosmic times, is derived and applied. A new law of addition of cosmic times is obtained, and the inflation of the space at the early universe is derived, both from the cosmological transformation. The book will be of interest to cosmologists, astrophysicists, theoretical physicists, mathematical physicists and mathematicians. Contents:Cosmological Special RelativityExtension of the Lorentz Group to CosmologyFundamentals of Einstein's Special RelativityStructure of SpacetimeThe Light ConeMass, Energy and Momentum Readership: Astrophysicists, cosmologists, theoretical physicists and mathematical physicists. keywords:New Special Relativity for Cosmology;Present-Day Cosmology;Cosmological Transformation;The Lorentz Group in Cosmology;Postulates of Special Relativity;Lorentz Transformation;Structure of Spacetime;Velocity and Acceleration Four-Vectors;The Light Cone;The Galaxy Cone;Energy-Momentum Four-Vector “The book is written in a very clear and pedagogical way, and emphasis is placed on conceptual rather than on formal developments. Some of its chapters constitute in their own right an excellent introductory text on special relativity.” Mathematical Reviews

Engineering Physics

ISBN : 9788120352346
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book, now in its third edition, is suitable for the first-year students of all branches of engineering for a course in Engineering Physics. The concepts of physics are explained in the simple language so that the average students can also understand it. This edition is thoroughly revised as per the latest syllabi followed in the technical universities.NEW TO THIS EDITION • Chapters on: – Material Science – Elementary Crystal Physics • Appendix on semiconductor devices • Several new problems in various chapters • Questions asked in recent university examinations KEY FEATURES • Gives preliminaries at the beginning of the chapters to prepare the students for the concepts discussed in the particular chapter. • Provides a large number of solved numerical problems. • Gives numerical problems and other questions asked in the university examinations for the last several years. • Appendices at the end of chapters supplement the textual material.

What You See Is What You Hear

Author : Dario Martinelli
ISBN : 9783030325947
Genre : Art
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What You See Is What You Hear develops a unique model of analysis that helps students and advanced scholars alike to look at audiovisual texts from a fresh perspective. Adopting an engaging writing style, the author draws an accessible picture of the field, offering several analytical tools, historical background, and numerous case studies. Divided into five main sections, the monograph covers problems of definitions, history, and most of all analysis. The first part raises the main problems related to audiovisuality, including taxonomical and historical questions. The second part provides the bases for the understanding of audiovisual creative communication as a whole, introducing a novel theoretical model for its analysis. The next three part focus elaborate on the model in all its constituents and with plenty of case studies taken from the field of cinema, TV, music videos, advertising and other forms of audiovisuality. Methodologically, the book is informed by different paradigms of film and media studies, multimodality studies, structuralism, narratology, “auteur theory” in the broad sense, communication studies, semiotics, and the so-called “Numanities.” What You See Is What You Hear enables readers to better understand how to analyze the structure and content of diverse audiovisual texts, to discuss their different idioms, and to approach them with curiosity and critical spirit.

Time Language And Ontology

Author : M. Joshua Mozersky
ISBN : 9780191028007
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This book brings together, in a novel way, an account of the structure of time with an account of our language and thought about time. Joshua Mozersky argues that it is possible to reconcile the human experience of time, which is centred on the present, with the objective conception of time, according to which all moments are intrinsically alike. He defends a temporally centreless ontology along with a tenseless semantics that is compatible with - and indeed helps to explain the need for - tensed language and thought. This theory of time also, it is argued, helps to elucidate the nature of change and temporal passage, neither of which need be denied nor relegated to the realm of subjective experience only. The book addresses a variety of topics including whether the past and future are real; whether temporal passage is a genuine phenomenon or merely a subjective illusion; how the asymmetry of time is to be understood; the nature of representation; how something can change its properties yet retain its identity; and whether objects are three-dimensional or four-dimensional. It is a wide-ranging examination of recent issues in metaphysics, philosophy of language and the philosophy of science and presents a compelling picture of the relationship of human beings to the spatiotemporal world.

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