Dimensions of Knowledge: Facets for Knowledge Organization:Knowledge Organization Research Group, School of Information Studies, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
In both ancient tradition and modern research Pythagoreanism has been understood as a religious sect or as a philosophical and scientific community. Numerous attempts have been made to reconcile these pictures as well as to analyze them separately. The most recent scholarship compartmentalizes different facets of Pythagorean knowledge, but this offers no context for exploring their origins, development, and interdependence. This collection aims to reverse this trend, addressing connections between the different fields of Pythagorean knowledge, such as eschatology, metempsychosis, metaphysics, epistemology, arithmology and numerology, music, dietetics and medicine as well as politics. In particular, the contributions discuss how the Pythagorean way of life related to more doctrinal aspects of knowledge, such as Pythagorean religion and science. The volume explores the effects of this interdependence between different kinds of knowledge both within the Pythagorean corpus and in its later reception. Chapters cover historical periods from the Archaic Period (6th century BC) to Neoplatonism, Early Christianity, the European and Arabic Middle Ages, and the Renaissance through to the Early Modern Period (17th century AD). Contributions by E. Afonasin, L. Arcari, D. Baltzly, A. Barker, H. Bartos, A. Bernabé, J. Bremmer, L. Brisson, F. Casadesús, M. Catarzi, S. Chrysakopoulou, G. Cornelli, E. Cottrell, S. Galson, M. Giangiulio, T. Iremadze, A. Izdebska, C. L. Joost-Gaugier, S. Kouloumentas, B. La Sala, R. McKirahan, C. Montepaone, H.-P. Neumann, A. Palmer, A. Provenza, I. Ramelli, D. Robichaud, B. Roling, W. Schmidt-Biggemann, E. Spinelli, I. F. Viltanioti, and L. Zhmud.
Light has long been a powerful metaphor for holiness and truth, and rightly so. From the stars in the sky to the bulbs in our homes, light touches every facet of human life. This hour, a look at the natural, artificial, and symbolic light that colors our history - and our future. [Broadcast Date: August 10, 2016] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Fleming. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/160810/rt_tbon_160810_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Light has long been a powerful metaphor for holiness and truth, and rightly so. From the stars in the sky to the bulbs in our homes, light touches every facet of human life. This hour, a look at the natural, artificial, and symbolic light that colors our history – and our future. [Original Broadcast Date: August 7, 2016] 1. Language: English. Narrator: Anne Strainchamps. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/170414/rt_tbon_170414_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Library Management in Disruptive Times:Skills and knowledge for an uncertain future
´´Critical (intensive) care was born and remains a multi-disciplinary specialty. This is obvious in two facets of critical care: (a) it integrates knowl¬edge and practices from many medical specialties (trauma, transplant medicine, cardiology, pulmonary medicine, anesthesiology and pain medicine, and many others); and (b) it requires the close collaboration of medical professionals from many specialties (physicians, nurses, physiotherapists, respiratory therapists, nutritionists, pharmacists, etc.). To achieve this, critical care professionals must be masters of communi¬cation, team building, management, and possess the most up-to-date clinical knowledge´´--
If you are looking for a guide to Out-of-Body Travel and Mysticism that you can refer to time and time again to understand methods and terms you may have forgotten . . . and searching for a book that you can read straight through because of its continuity of purpose but yet feel you have undertaken to comprehend such encyclopedic facets of knowledge regarding of Out-of-Body Travel and Mysticism . . . You can take both journeys with ´´The Hammer of Mysticism.´´ (For more info – outofbodytravel.org) 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dave Wright. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/019024/bk_acx0_019024_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
When the lights go out for good, what will you do? EMPs destroy our electrical grid. All related electronic devices go into immediate failure mode. This affects transportation, food and water distribution, and your safety and security. Do you know all of the background on what causes and constitutes a grid failure? You´re about the listen to the ultimate EMP survival book. Knowledge is the key to survival. This audiobook explores every facet of prepping for survival against EMP attacks, solar flares, and every other possibility. Let´s look at the contents: The solar storm and the nuclear EMP The Pentagon knows The imminent EMP threat The kill-shot scenario Strategic relocation Emergency survival medicine Geodesic dome homes EMP specifics Nuclear vs. natural EMPs Super-EMP weapons The Carrington event The nuclear EMP attack EMP vulnerabilities Emergency foods and water purification This is the most complete and current available guide you can find on these topics. The detail, analysis, and solutions are highly creative and strategic. The audiobook covers every topic in major detail and tells you the keys to surviving this catastrophic event. The product of years of research, this audiobook will prepare you for a life-changing event. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Joe Farinacci. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/103638/bk_acx0_103638_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Is now your time to sell? Or do you know someone who might be selling? This is must-listen! One hour now will yield untold benefits during the entire sales process. You´ll discover the common mistakes that other sellers have made and will continue to make without reading this roadmap. Here are some of the subjects covered: Should You Use a Realtor? The Dangers of Going It Alone What Should I Expect From a Realtor? Choosing the Right Realtor The Power of the Internet Preparing for the Selling Process Why Your Home Is Not Selling Most, if not all, home sellers have no idea what to expect from the home selling process. This is the informative and educational guide destined to change that! No need to flounder without answers. For the first time, your path will be clearly outlined for optimal results, from the very start of your real estate selling journey. As a seller you must be aware of as many of the facets of the process as you can. If knowledge is power, and I believe it is, you will equip yourself to save time, money, and loads of unnecessary stress, by getting the described inside tracks. Procedures, mind sets, etc., are explained in a way allowing anyone and everyone the directions for success. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ken Miller (aka Mister Kenny). Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/031506/bk_acx0_031506_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Learn how to advance your skill level of Haskell, and use this language for practical web development. This book uses a direct, no nonsense approach, so you no longer need to spend extra time reading the documentation, blog posts, and forums to understand how to use Haskell - all that knowledge is provided in one coherent resource. You´ll start by reviewing how multiple facets of web development are done in Haskell, such as routing, building HTMLs, interacting with databases, caches, and queues, etc. You´ll then move on to using notable libraries, such as ´´scotty´´ for routings, ´´digestive-functor´´ for input validation, and ´´postgresql-simple´´ for interacting with databases. In the later chapters, you´ll learn how all of these libraries can be used together by working on a fully functioning project deployed on Heroku. What You´ll Learn Set up a productive Haskell development environment Review basic tasks that are encountered when building web applications. Explore how to interact with external systems, such as databases, queues, and RESTful APIs. Build a RESTful API, website, building views and form validation. Who This Book Is For Software developers familiar Haskell and would like to apply the knowledge on real world applications and software developers new to Haskell.