Critical Writings, 1953-1978

Twenty-five essays and reviews, not available in earlier collections of de Man's work. His subjects include the work of Montaigne, Rousseau, Keats, Goethe, Holderlin, Baudelaire, Mallarme, Sartre, Gide, and Camus.

Atomization and Sprays, Second Edition

The second edition of this long-time bestseller provides a framework for designing and understanding sprays for a wide array of engineering applications. The text contains correlations and design tools that can be easily understood and used in relating the design of atomizers to the resulting spray behavior. Written to be accessible to readers with a modest technical background, the emphasis is on application rather than in-depth the...

New Challenges to Health: The Threat of Virus Infection

This book discusses the ecology of viruses with an emphasis on the emergence of devastating hemorrhagic diseases, and a review of the molecular and cellular basis of the pathogenesis of several viral diseases. The volume provides an introduction to the mathematical analysis of recurrent epidemic viral diseases and examines the neurological and psychological diseases in relation to the pathological mechanisms underlying prion disease....

AQA A Level Biology Student: Book 1

AQA Approved Develop students' experimental, analytical and evaluation skills with contemporary and topical biology examples, practical assessment guidance and differentiated end of topic questions, with this AQA Year 1 student book (includes AS-level) - Provides support for all 12 required practicals with plenty of activities and data analysis guidance - Develops understanding with engaging and contemporary examples to help students...

The Prophetic Church: History and Doctrinal Development in John Henry Newman and Yves Congar

The Prophetic Church: History and Doctrinal Development in John Henry Newman and Yves Congar is a historical and a systematic account of tradition, doctrinal development, and the theology of history, with a particular focus on the contributions of two modern Catholic figures, John Henry Newman (1801-1890) and Yves Congar (1904-1995). It is structured around two overarching themes: the "subject" and "history" in their relationship to ...

Severe Mental Illness in Primary Care

There is increasing development and use of care pathways and a growing demand for guidance and advice on how to develop them. This practical guide meets this demand. It reflects the latest experience and incorporates best practice with contributions from highly experienced members of the National Pathways Association. It links well with the coming National Service Frameworks and National Institute of Clinical Excellence guidance. Cas...

Dialectique du Moi et de l'inconscient

Cette œuvre est une des plus importantes de Carl Gustav Jung. Concise, allant à l'essentiel, elle se situe au centre même de la pensée du savant qui, avec Freud, puis par-delà Freud, oriente la vie psychologique et mentale de l'humanité dans des voies nouvelles. Son sujet est la clé de la vie intérieure.Tout le monde nouveau des profondeurs humaines, exploré par Jung, est axé sur un dialogue, ou plus précisément une «dialectique entr...

Fractional Freedoms: Slavery, Intimacy, and Legal Mobilization in Colonial Lima, 1600-1700

Fractional Freedoms explores how thousands of slaves in colonial Peru were able to secure their freedom, keep their families intact, negotiate lower self-purchase prices, and arrange transfers of ownership by filing legal claims. Through extensive archival research, Michelle A. McKinley excavates the experiences of enslaved women whose historical footprint is barely visible in the official record. She complicates the way we think abo...

Possession and Ownership

Possession and Ownership brings together linguists and anthropologists in a series of cross-linguistic explorations of expressions used to denote possession and ownership, concepts central to most if not all the varied cultures and ideologies of humankind. Possessive noun phrases can be broadly divided into three categories - ownership of property, whole-part relations (such as body and plant parts), and blood and affinal kinship rel...

Religion as a Philosophical Matter

The book works out new perspectives for a philosophy of religion that aims beyond the internal questions of rationality within a theological tradition, on the one hand, and the outer criticism of religion from naturalistic quaters, on the other. Instead it places itself within a wider philosophical view in line with groundbreaking thoughts about culture and a basic human 'conditionality' among interwar philosophers such as Ernst Cass...