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Strategy and Tactics Translated from the latest French edition by W P Craighill

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French Feminists on Religion

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Bevat essays van Luce Irigaray, Julia Kristeva, Hélène Cixous, Monique Wittig en Catherine Clément over feminisme en religie. Elk van deze feministische denkers wordt geïntroduceerd door een bibliografische beschrijving en elk essay bevat een toelichting over het belang van de tekst voor de bestudering van religie. Part 1: Luce Irigaray: 'Plato's Hystera' (abr.) from 'Speculum of the other woman'; 'La Mystérique' from 'Speculum of the other woman'; 'Divine women' (abr.) from 'Sexes and genealogies'; 'When the Gods are born' (abr.) from 'Marine lover of Friedrich Nietzsche'; 'Sexual difference' (abr.) from 'An ethics of sexual difference'; 'The forgotten mystery of female ancestry' (abr.) from 'Thinking the difference: for a peaceful revolution'; 'Practical teachings: love - between passion and civility' (abr.) from 'I love to you: sketch of a possible felicity in history'. Part 2: Julia Kristeva: 'Approaching abjection' (abr.) and 'Semiotics of biblical abomination' (abr.) from 'Powers of horror: an essay on abjection'; 'Credence-credit' (abr.) and 'Credo' (abr.) from 'In the beginning was love: psychoanalysis and faith'; 'Stabat mater' from 'Tales of love'; 'Psychoanalysis - a counterdepressant' (abr.) and 'Holbein's dead Christ' (abr.) from 'Black sun: depression and melancholia'; 'The chosen people and the choice of foreignness' from 'Strangers to ourselves'; 'Reading the bible' from 'New maladies of the soul'. Part 3: Catherine Clément: 'Sorceress and hysteric' (abr.) from 'The newly born woman'; 'The child, the savage' (abr.) from 'The newly born woman'; 'Where am I?' (abr.) from 'Syncope: the philosophy of rapture'; 'Jouissances: between the angel and the placenta' (abr.) from 'Syncope: the philosophy of rapture'. Part 4: Hélène Cixous: 'Sorties' (abr.) from 'The newly born woman'; 'The author in truth' (abr.) from 'Coming to writing and other essays'; 'Coming to writing' (abr.) from 'Coming to writing and other essays'; 'Grace and innocence: Heinrich von Kleist' (abr.) from 'Readings: the poetics of Blanchot, Joyce, Kafka, Kleist, Lispector, and Tsvetayeva'; 'The school of dreams' (abr.) from 'Three steps on the ladder of writing'; 'Writing blind' (abr.) from 'Stigmata: escaping texts'. Part 5: Monique Wittig: 'The lesbian body' (excerpts).


Publications of the U S Department of Labor Subject Listing

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Philosophical Sovietology

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On February 24-25, 1956, in a closed session of the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Nikita S. Khrushchev made his now famous speech on the crimes of the Stalin era. That speech marked a break with the past and it marked the end of what J.M. Bochenski dubbed the "dead period" of Soviet philosophy. Soviet philosophy changed abruptly after 1956, especially in the area of dialectical materialism. Yet most philosophers in the West neither noticed nor cared. For them, the resurrection of Soviet philosophy, even if believable, was of little interest. The reasons for the lack of belief and interest were multiple. Soviet philosophy had been dull for so long that subtle differences made little difference. The Cold War was in a frigid period and reinforced the attitude of avoiding anything Soviet. Phenomenology and exis tentialism were booming in Europe and analytic philosophy was king on the Anglo-American philosophical scene. Moreover, not many philosophers in the West knew or could read Russian or were motivated to learn it to be able to read Soviet philosophical works. The launching of Sputnik awakened the West from its self complacent slumbers. Academic interest in the Soviet Union grew.


The Indian Corps In France Illustrated Edition

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Includes 24 portraits, maps and plans. “The only history of the Indian Corps in France in the Great War, from 1914 to 1915 when the Corps transferred to the Middle East. A fascinating story. The Indian Corps, consisting of two infantry divisions (Meerut and Lahore), arrived in France in September/October 1914. It was commanded by Lieutenant-General Sir James Willcocks who was the most senior officer in the BEF after Field Marshal Sir John French and General Sir Horace Smith-Dorrien. The corps remained on the Western Front till the end of 1915, when it was transferred to the Middle East, a more suitable theatre of war for Indian Army troops. This history was published at the request and under the authority of the India Office, and apart from General Willcocks' own memoirs, With The Indians in France, it is the only record of the corps. It is not altogether a happy tale, as the book makes clear. While there was no questioning the bravery of the troops (five Indian/Gurkha VCs) there were problems of climate, reinforcements, officer casualties (the Indian battalion had only 13 British officers, who were first priority targets for the Germans), not to mention mishandling and lack of understanding on the part of the High Command. Total casualties among Indian Army units amounted to 21,413 (each division had, initially, three British battalions and divisional artillery was British). An unusual and fascinating story and history.”-Print Ed.


Translated from a new and enlarged French edition by J Fisher etc

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Oxford University French Edition

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A Storybook for Children French Edition

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With the French Flying Corps

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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.


The Complete French Master A New Edition Carefully Corrected and Much Improved

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