By Julian Cribb,Tjempaka Sari
Open technological know-how deals useful how you can converse technology in a hugely networked global the place billions of individuals nonetheless have very little entry to complicated wisdom or applied sciences. The authors describe reasonably cheap, potent capability to move wisdom to focus on audiences in undefined, govt, the group and to the general public at large.
The publication positive aspects sections on strong technological know-how writing, functional suggestion on find out how to boost conversation and media thoughts, how one can degree conversation functionality, the best way to deal with institutional 'crises', how one can take care of politicians and
By Karsten Marquardt
By Peter Byrne
By Sir Jonathan Hutchinson
This ebook is a duplicate of the unique ebook released in 1885 and will have a few imperfections corresponding to marks or hand-written notes.
By Meredith K. Ray
By Jesse F. Ballenger
Historian Jesse F. Ballenger lines the emergence of senility as a cultural class from the overdue 19th century to the Nineteen Eighties, a interval within which Alzheimer's ailment turned more and more linked to the terrifying prospect of wasting one's self. alterations in American society and tradition have advanced the concept of selfhood, Ballenger unearths. not an ascribed prestige, selfhood needs to be rigorously and willfully built. hence, wasting one's skill to maintain a coherent self-narrative is taken into account one among life's such a lot dreadful losses. As Ballenger writes "senility haunts the panorama of the self-made man."
Stereotypes of senility and Alzheimer's disorder are on the topic of anxiousness in regards to the coherence, balance, and company of the self―stereotypes which are reworking perceptions of previous age in glossy the USA.
Drawing on clinical, scientific, coverage, and well known discourses on getting older and dementia, Ballenger explores early twentieth-century strategies of getting older and the emergence of gerontology to appreciate and distinguish common getting older from illness. additionally, he examines American psychiatry's ways to the remedy of senility and clinical makes an attempt to appreciate the mind pathology of dementia.
Ballenger's paintings contributes to our figuring out of the emergence and value of dementia as a massive well-being issue.
By Steven Lubar
By J.L. Berggren
This publication provides an account of chosen subject matters from key mathematical works of medieval Islam, in accordance with the Arabic texts themselves. lots of those works had a superb impact on arithmetic in Western Europe. subject matters lined within the first version contain mathematics, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and numerical approximation; this moment variation provides quantity concept and combinatorics. also, the writer has integrated decisions from the western areas of medieval Islam—both North Africa and Spain. the writer places the works into their historic context and contains a variety of examples of ways arithmetic interacted with Islamic society.
By J. Thibodeaux
By Peter Harrison
In The Territories of technology and Religion, Harrison dismantles what we predict we all know in regards to the different types, then places all of it again jointly back in a provocative, efficient new method. via tracing the background of those recommendations for the 1st time in parallel, he illuminates substitute barriers and little-known family members among them—thereby making it attainable for us to benefit from their precise historical past, and notice different attainable ways in which clinical research and the non secular existence could relate to, impression, and collectively increase each one other.
A travel de strength by means of a distinct student operating on the top of his powers, The Territories of technology and Religion grants to eternally modify the way in which we expect approximately those primary pillars of human existence and experience.