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The Civil War Rivalry Oregon Vs Oregon State

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Husserl Heidegger And The Crisis Of Philosophical Responsibility

Author : R.P. Buckley
ISBN : 9789401124706
Genre : Philosophy
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The guiding dictum of phenomenology is "to the things themselves. " This saying conveys a sense that the "things," the "phenomena" with which we are confronted and into which we seek some insight are not as immediately accessible as may be imagined. Phenomena, however, are often hidden not by their distance from us, but by their very proximity, by the fact that they are taken for granted as being self-evident and understood by all. Even the most common, everyday phenomena and the words used to describe them often reveal, upon closer inspection, a degree of complexity which had previously been unsuspected. Upon interrogation, that which had been taken to be self-evident and widely understood shows itself otherwise; assumed self-evidence frequently masks unintelligibility and common understanding can be a sign of a lack of understanding. One phenomenon which is extremely proximate in our times is the phenomenon of "crisis. " To be sure, one can hardly avoid the word these it abound in periodicals and newspapers, but also, in days. Not only does the learned journals of medicine, political science, economics, art, and law, barely does an edition appear without the discussion of a crisis of one sort or another within these respective fields. One is tempted to remark, along with Umberto Eco, that "crisis sells well. "l One is also inclined to be suspicious of the collective malaise of academics.

All Out For Victory

Author : John Bush Jones
ISBN : 9781584657682
Genre : Business & Economics
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Following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the entrance of the U.S. into World War II, many Madison Avenue ad agencies instantly revised their promotional campaigns to support home front aspects of the war effort. Focusing less on the sale of their own particular products, magazine ads increasingly showcased how their products would be used in the war efforts. In addition, ads helped civilians cope with wartime shortages ranging from food stuffs to shoes to tires; they offered advice on how to keep leftovers tasty, how to make your shoes last, and how to keep your car in good working order. Ads also encouraged Victory gardens, scrap collections, and most importantly, the purchase of war bonds. As Jones demonstrates, magazine advertising did its bit to create the most efficient home front possible in order to support the war effort. Jones examines hundreds of ads from ten large-circulation general-interest and news magazines of the period: Life, Look, Collier's, Saturday Evening Post, Ladies' Home Journal, Esquire, Time, Newsweek, Business Week, and Farm Journal and Farmer's Wife. Nearly all these magazines had a subscriber base in the millions, so war ads in them were seen by large numbers of home front Americans in the widest possible geographic and demographic distribution. Jones discusses motivational war ads, industrial and agricultural support for the war ads, home front efficiency, conservation, and volunteerism ads, ads that offer ways to cope with shortages and rationing, ads directed at uplifting the morale of civilians and GIs, women and work ads, and ads depicting what people will be able to buy once the war is over. Contextualizing these ads in a social history of the period, this book offers a new way of looking at these very compelling years in American history.

Redeeming Her Montana Bride

Author : Vella Munn
ISBN : 9781944925888
Genre : Fiction
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Alisha Hearne has come back to Lake Serence to decide whether to sell her family’s cabin or repair it. But the painful memories this cabin holds might prove too much for Alisha to bear – until a handsome, muscular man shows up. Nate Quaid doesn’t stay in one place for long. Once his work at Lake Serene is finished, he’ll move on before his secrets can catch up to him. But when Nate realizes the lovely young woman needs more than his expertise, he might be tempted to stay. Aisha and Nate long to reach out to each other, to trust again. But are they capable of revealing their deepest secrets? Do they dare risk falling in love?

Modern Historians On British History 1485 1945 Routledge Revivals

Author : G.R. Elton
ISBN : 9781136989209
Genre : History
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The twenty-five year period following the Second World War saw an enormous expansion of activity in the writing of the history of modern Britain, and with that expansion a major transformation of the state of knowledge in many parts of the area. First published in 1970, this Revivals reissue, which includes an extensive coverage of books and a reasonable selection of articles, endeavours both to survey the work done and to reduce it to some comprehensible order. It indicates achievements and probable lines of development, and collects the materials that have grown around the main controversies. Omitted are local history (in the main) and the history of empire and commonwealth, except where the latter really arises out of the affairs of the mother country. There are special sections on social history, the history of ideas, Scotland and Ireland.

Where Football Is King

Author : Christopher J. Walsh
ISBN : 9781461734772
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Arguably the best football conference in America, the Southeastern Conference (SEC) contains some of the most storied programs in the history of college football. In Where Football is King, Christopher Walsh provides a team-by-team history of the SEC and describes the classic games, players and coaches in the conference's seventy-three-year history. The genesis of the SEC really begins with the introduction of football to the University of Georgia in 1891 by a chemistry professor, Charles Herty. While Georgia's first game was against Mercer University that Fall, the South's oldest rivalry was born when Georgia took on Auburn on February 20, 1892 at Atlanta's Piedmont Park. From there, Walsh recounts, the sport took off like wildfire, and the SEC was able to formally organize some four decades later. Originally a thirteen-team conference, through attrition and addition the SEC eventually became comprised of Georgia, Auburn, Vanderbilt, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, LSU, Kentucky Tennessee, Mississippi State, South Carolina, and Auburn. From his unique vantage point as beat writer for Alabama football for the Tuscaloosa News, Walsh also gives insight into the culture and traditions of football in the South, where, it is said (and probably widely believed), the game is "greater than religion." Legendary figures and legendary games pass through the pages Where Football is King: players such as Joe Namath, Ken Stabler, Herschel Walker, Terrell Davis, and Payton Manning, and games such as the "Iron Bowl," the intense annual rivalry between Auburn and Alabama. As colorful as the SEC is competitive, this history will be essential reading for any fan of the game of football.

Translating Classical Plays

Author : J. Michael Walton
ISBN : 9781317300403
Genre : History
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Translating Classical Plays is a selection of edited papers by J. Michael Walton published and delivered between 1997 and 2014. Of the four sections, each with a new introduction, the first two cover the history of translating classical drama into English and specific issues relating to translation for stage performance. The latter two are concerned with the three Greek tragedians, and the Greek and Roman writers of old and new comedy, ending with the hitherto unpublished text of a Platform Lecture given at the National Theatre in London comparing the plays of Plautus with Sondheim’s A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. The volume is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in staging or translating classical drama.

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