The true master is, accordingly, the person who “simply [follows; R.K.] his own wishes, so that it is up to the people to decide whether to follow him”28. The true master does not feed parasitically on attacking the existing system, ...
Author: Dominik Finkelde
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
The volume In Need of a Master: Politics, Theology, and Radical Democracy discusses how our so-called "postmodern age" of widespread ideological critique paves the way for reactionary and conservative political movements. At center stage is the question of whether these movements can and must be – contrary to widespread beliefs among liberal elites – interpreted both as a symptom of a political awakening in the horizon of political theology in our era of immanence, as well as perhaps the perilous end of democracy as we know it. The book brings to the fore political theology as the hidden agenda of politics and presents at the same time Christian and Jewish theological traditions as an antidote to a global empire with its often unacknowledged rule of immanence.
If people are properly educated, they do not need the master and can govern themselves. “Hence Herder took strong exception to Kant's statement that humans are animals in need of a master. He insisted that the reverse of this ...
Author: Vladimir Biti
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Category: Social Science
Focused on the recently hotly debated topic at the crossroads of various human and social sciences, this book investigates the emergence of the cosmopolitan idea of literature and its impact on the reconfiguration of the European and non-European political spaces. The birthplace of this idea is its designers’ traumatic experience as induced by the disconcerting condition of their abode.The thesis is that the eighteenth and nineteenth century’s cosmopolitan projects that grow out of such deep frustrations trace the twentieth century’s global democracy. This hidden origin of cosmopolitan projects dismantles the usual European representation of modernization as universal progress as myopic. Rather than being a generous action of prominent subjects such as Voltaire, Kant, and Goethe, or Bakhtin, Derrida and Deleuze, cosmopolitanism is an enforced reaction of the instances dispossessed by injury that search for the ways of healing it. Yet as soon as their remedy establishes itself as the ground for universal reconciliation, it risks suppressing other’s trauma, i.e. turns from politics into a police. Articulating the author’s position in the recent debates on the structure of democracy, the epilogue suggests an alternative strategy.
Fish - bars prevent creeping in a great measure , but there are thousands of miles of road in the country still using the old style of chairs , and the railroad community is greatly in need of some effective contrivance for keeping ...
170 ) , although the master is conditional . in many respects less in need of the protection of parliament than the It has ... As for instance , if the delay in payment has been occasioned by the master's own neglect or misfeasance in ...
I am not too unhappy about this arrangement, as I am provided with everything I need, except the company of people my own age. After the first time, the sex was not so bad, as Uncle John is kind and gentle towards me.
Author: Suzanne Elizabeth Reed
Blue Forge Sailing Club is an exclusive, high-class establishment, which is why no one ever suspects it to be a front for things like child abduction, female trafficking, and slavery. Secrets must be preserved to keep the business running. Its only the beginning when a murderer gets away, his victims body hidden at the bottom of the lake. The club caretakeran avid triathlon competitorbriefly encounters the murder victim and her children before he meets with a terrible accident that leaves him paralysed in a foreign country. Were his injuries truly an accident or another way to keep the curious quiet? Cocaine and illegal rare-fish deals continue under the cover of a routine fishing competition. A little boy gets taken from his family, unaware that his childless aunt will raise him in Northern Cyprus. Three girls from Ukraine get separated and find themselves controlled by ruthless captors, powerless to escape their lives of misery and abuse. Somehow, all roads lead to the sailing clubbut can anyone put a stop to something so powerful and evil?
I looked up at Master Mathorn and said, “Master, they have taken her.” “Yes, it appears they have,” he ... “Almost dead, but alive enough to recover fully with my help,” said Headmaster Rannor. “I need to get him to the medical ward.
Author: Vincent Trigili
Publisher: Vincent Trigili
The Lost Tales of Power is a collection of novels that describe an immense persistent multiverse. The books are a mixture of standalone and miniseries all set in the same universe with overlapping and intertwining story lines. Included in this collection is the full text of Enemy of an Enemy, The Academy, and Rise of Shadows. In addition to the three complete novels, included is a brief introduction to each book. Enemy of an Enemy: Everything seemed to be going Vydor’s way, until the Dragon Claw was sent on a rather unusual assignment to investigate a minor incident deep within the Empire’s space. That would send Vydor down a path filled with fantastically powerful enemies and extraordinary friends that would obliterate everything he ever understood to be true and threaten the very foundations of the Empire itself. The Academy: The Empire had fallen, and the Imperial Navy was disbanded leaving James with nothing but his nightmares to remind him of the role he once played in The Great War. James must now face his new life in a new era where science and technology must share the stage with sorcery and wizardry, and a new ever-present shadow of evil lurks over the remnants of the once great Empire. Rise of Shadows: In The Enemy of an Enemy, darkness came to the Empire, and magic was born from the bowels of men’s fears. The great and mighty Imperial Navy had to face and overcome unspeakable horrors. In The Academy, fledgling wizards were gathered and trained to fight back and keep the light, while the darkness laid in wait, biding its time and silently gathering its forces. Now as warriors of light, those wizards must begin to make a stand against the rising tide of darkness or watch their realm be overcome! The Lost Tales of Power is an open-ended series of Science-Fantasy books set in a vast multiverse. Lost Tales Series so far: Volume I - The Enemy of an Enemy Volume II - The Academy Volume III - Rise of Shadows Volume IV - Resurgence of Ancient Darkness Volume V - The Sac’a’rith Volume VI - Spectra’s Gambit Volume VII - TBA Keywords: magic, space, space opera, science fantasy, space exploration, military space, future, military sci-fi, science fiction series, aliens, adventure, war, navy, series, science fiction novels, science fiction ebooks
The Good Shepherd's time was nearly On the Saturday evening we all partook of the Lord's Supper with her , and she said , " I am now only thinking of the four comfortable words ; I need not think of any thing else .
In outlining the importance of a master, Foucault employs similar terms as when describing the confession in pastoral power. In The Hermeneutics of the Subject Foucault states, 'there is no care of the self without the presence of a ...
Author: Christopher Mayes
Category: Political Science
A growing sense of urgency over obesity at the national and international level has led to a proliferation of medical and non-medical interventions into the daily lives of individuals and populations. This work focuses on the biopolitical use of lifestyle to govern individual choice and secure population health from the threat of obesity. The characterization of obesity as a threat to society caused by the cumulative effect of individual lifestyles has led to the politicization of daily choices, habits and practices as potential threats. This book critically examines these unquestioned assumptions about obesity and lifestyle, and their relation to wider debates surrounding neoliberal governmentality, biopolitical regulation of populations, discipline of bodies, and the possibility of community resistance. The rationale for this book follows Michel Foucault’s approach of problematization, addressing the way lifestyle is problematized as a biopolitical domain in neoliberal societies. Mayes argues that in response to the threat of obesity, lifestyle has emerged as a network of disparate knowledges, relations and practices through which individuals are governed toward the security of the population’s health. Although a central focus is government health campaigns, this volume demonstrates that the network of lifestyle emanates from a variety of overlapping domains and disciplines, including public health, clinical medicine, media, entertainment, school programs, advertising, sociology and ethics. This book offers a timely critique of the continued interventions into the lives of individuals and communities by government agencies, private industries, medical and non-medical experts in the name of health and population security and will be of interests to students and scholars of critical international relations theory, health and bioethics and governmentality studies.
Indeed, Dr. Russell suggested that Ohio as a state needed more institutional centers where the Master's degree might be available. He also suggested the possibility of some expansion in Doctors' programs, but warned that careful ...
This Master Ellgood," he went on, turning to my father, "is a minister that was dispossessed of his place; why I know not, for I do not understand such ... He asks no questions of those whom he helps; 'tis enough that they are in need.
Author: Alfred John Church
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
Category: Adventure stories
My father was the son of a gentleman of Oxfordshire that had a small estate near to the town of Eynsham, in that county. The monks of Eynsham Priory had the land afore-time; and 'twas said that here, as elsewhere, there was a curse upon such as held for their own uses that which had been dedicated to God's service. How this may be I know not, though there are notable instances—as, to wit, the Russells—in which no visible curse has fallen on the holders of such goods; but it is certain that my father's forbears wasted their estate grievously. Being but the third son, he had scarce, in any case, tarried at home; but, matters being as they were, the emptiness of the family purse drove him out betimes into the world. Being of good birth and breeding he got, without much ado, a place about the Court, which was not, however, much to his liking. I have heard him say—and this, though, as will be seen hereafter, he was a great lover of monarchy—that, between a weak king and villainous courtiers, Whitehall was no place for an honest gentleman. Robert Carr, that was afterwards Earl of Somerset, he liked little, and George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, he liked yet less, being, as he was wont to say, by so much a greater villain than Somerset as a duke is greater than an earl. He was right glad, therefore, to leave the "sunshine of the Royal presence;" for so did men speak of the Court in the hyperbolical language of those times, even for so dismal and outlandish a part as Ireland. But I know not whether he did not wish himself back, for of Ireland he would never afterwards speak with any measure of patience, declaring that he knew not which were the worse, the greediness and cruelty of the English conquerors, or the savagery and unreason of the native people. Here he tarried for some three or four years, having, indeed, had bestowed upon him an estate, which, for its boundaries, at least, was of considerable magnitude, but from which he received nothing but trouble. Who hath it now I know not; and, indeed, he charged me to have nought to do with it, saying—for I remember his very words—"If they will give thee the whole island in fee, say them nay, for it is fit for nothing but to be drowned under the sea." Yet his next venture was not one whit happier, as will be readily concluded, when I say that he took service with Sir Walter Raleigh, whom he chanced to fall in with at Cork, at which place Sir Walter touched on his way to the Indies in search of gold. Gold got they none, but of hard blows not a few, and of pains and sickness still more. My father was with the boats that sailed up the river Orinoco, and caught in his arms, I have heard him say, Walter Raleigh the younger, when this last was slain by a bullet from a Spanish arquebuse. From this voyage he came back beggared in and purse not a little broken in health; to the end of his days indeed he suffered much at times from the fever that he contracted in those parts. The year following that wherein Raleigh was beheaded, came what seemed at the first sight good news, namely, that the Bohemians had bestowed the crown of their country upon the Elector of Bavaria, husband to the Princess Elizabeth, the king's daughter. Thereupon there arose such a tumult of joy throughout the country as the oldest man living scarce remembered to have heard before. There was nothing too good to be hoped for as about to come from this promotion. Indeed, I have heard my father say that he was himself present when the Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Abbott) preached a sermon wherein he declared that this event was foretold in Scripture, naming even the chapter and verse, which were, if I remember right, in the Book of the Revelation. My father was carried away with the rest, and having, as may well be thought, a special gift for choosing for his own that which should be the losing side, forthwith took service with the Elector, to whom King James, though scarce approving of the cause, sent at this time auxiliaries to the number of four thousand. In this army my father had a captain's commission, with pay to the amount of four shillings by the day—handsome wages, only that he never received of them so much as a doit. Nor did the campaign recompense the defect of gains by any excess of glory. It was, indeed, as barren of laurels as of gold; and my father, who, being favourably known of old time by the Princess, was appointed to command the guard of the Elector, arrived in his Highness's company at the Hague without a penny in his pocket, and scarce a coat to his back.
Aaron was entirely happy to abandon coherence and take the story in a new direction, furthermore he said entirely contradictory things;Master Yoda is a good doctor but all his patients die. Abbey was happy to take on the Star Wars story ...
Author: Becky Parry
Category: Social Science
Children, Film and Literacy explores the role of film in children's lives. The films children engage in provide them with imaginative spaces in which they create, play and perform familiar and unfamiliar, fantasy and everyday narratives and this narrative play is closely connected to identity, literacy and textual practices. Family is key to the encouragement of this social play and, at school, the playground is also an important site for this activity. However, in the literacy classroom, some children encounter a discontinuity between their experiences of narrative at home and those that are valued in school. Through film children develop understandings of the common characteristics of narrative and the particular 'language' of film. This book demonstrates the ways in which children are able to express and develop distinct and complex understandings of narrative, that is to say, where they can draw on their own experiences (including those in a moving image form). Children whose primary experiences of narrative are moving images face particular challenges when their experiences are not given opportunities for expression in the classroom, and this has urgent implications for the teaching of literacy.
Master is linked by blood to Izanami,” said the goblin. Shizuka sucked air in through clenched teeth, ... Master has my heart,” said the Tengu, tapping his chest armour with a finger. ... I need only complete my task. Master will return ...
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Due to the difficulties of Intellectual Property Law to meet the needs of indigenous, the author favours a sui generis approach. However, in considering new forms of indigenous intellectual property rights, the author is of the opinion ...
Soft failure occurs when higher priority users demand node resources and the dataflow system yields. ... The failure of a worker/node leads to termination of the task it is processing and the master needs to re-schedule such tasks ...
Author: Bu-Sung Lee
Publisher: World Scientific
Category: Computational grids (Computer systems)
The last decade has seen a substantial increase in commodity computer and network performance. Increasingly, computing addresses collaboration, cycle and data sharing and other modes of interaction involving distributed resources. Grid computing is an emerging technology that enables large-scale sharing of widely distributed resources and coordinated problem-solving and collaboration between groups of scientists. Riding on the success of the first two workshops, this yearOCOs workshop continues the tradition of providing a useful forum for discussion among researchers, developers and users of grid computing from academia, business and industry. This volume is a collection of the international contributions presented at the workshop, with a focus on grid computing and its applications in science and engineering."
His requirement goes no further than the need to obtain from the carrier a receipt for the goods in appropriate form. ... The master or carrier's agent must at least issue to the shipper on demand a bill of lading showing the specified ...
Author: Martin Dockray
Cases Materials on the Carriage of Goods by Sea includes a collection of legislative material, standard form contracts and up-to-date coverage of English case law. It covers the major areas of chartering and bills of lading, as well as matters such as exclusion and limitation of liability. This edition has been comprehensively updated and adds the latest cases to its strong coverage of classic authorities. Notable additions in the chapters dealing with bills of lading include The Starsin, The Rafaela S, Motis Exports and The David Agmashenebeli. On the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act 1992, the important decisions of The Berge Sisar and East West Corp are incorporated, while key recent decisions on chartering, such as The Hill Harmony, The Happy Day and The Stolt Spur are fully treated. This book provides an up-to-date collection of materials relating to the carriage of goods by sea which will be of value to both students of law and legal practitioners.
Master Tavio turns to them. “Basevi must be informing someone, a conspirator, telling him whom to ... “Leo,”Master Tavio halts him. “We need to knowwhat Basevi will do nextand await your father's return.” “If he returns,” Leo replies.
Author: Kari McKay
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Shrouded in superstition and fear, Venice awaits the rebirth of reason and knowledge, while the powerful Church struggles against the Reformation. When the Terra family refuses to serve the Church and its ambitious priest, one by one, they begin to disappear. It falls to young Leo Terra to find the secret that will conquer the magic and free his family.
Gabriel started to leave with me in tow when Elder Master Greggir stopped us. “How can he torture her when I cannot even touch her?” Master Elfin glanced at Gabriel, and I heard him sigh. “Ican touchthe girl, but while sheis my prisoner ...
Author: Scarlet B. Rose
Siblings Gabrielle and Michael are taken on an adventure of a lifetime as they go in search of artefacts and truth. On their adventure, they meet some very unlikely companions and lifelong friends, as well as foes. Gabrielles journey will take her on a dangerous path, one of self-discovery and pain, love and loss. With a path already chosen for her, can she fight fate and destiny, or will she be doomed by her prophecy?
Protects data in the case of return or resale of a disk drive (reduces the need to sanitize the disk drive). ... You do not need to create and manage a master key for this function with auxiliary storage pools.
Author: Jim Cook
Publisher: IBM Redbooks
This IBM® Redbooks® publication introduces a technical overview of the main new features, functions and enhancements available in IBM i 6.1 (formerly called i5/OS® V6R1). It gives a summary and brief explanation of new capabilities and what has changed in the operating system, and also discusses many of the licensed programs and application development tools associated with IBM i. Many other new and enhanced functions are described, such as virtualization of storage, security, JavaTM performance, improved performance with IBM System StorageTM devices, backup and recovery, including base IBM i, Backup, Recovery and Media Services (BRMS). The book introduces the PowerHATM product, IBM Systems Director-based system management and an easier Web enablement. The information provided in this book will be useful for customers, Business Partners, and IBM service professionals involved with planning, supporting, upgrading, and implementing IBM i 6.1 solutions.
But it did explain why she was so loyal to her master, even though he clearly abused her; she must have thought of him as her ... If we're going to free the other slaves, we will need to get all of their possessions to them, and fast.
Author: Timothy L. Cerepaka
Publisher: Annulus Publishing
Long ago, the Dragon Gods founded the land of Yores. They drove out the monsters which lived within it and gave the land to their followers, who thanked the Dragon Gods and pledged to worship them for eternity. As time went on, however, the Yoresians grew proud and ceased worshipping the Dragon Gods, trusting instead in their magic. Thus, the Dragon Gods abandoned the Yoresians, which has turned out to be a mistake, for now the land of Yores is under attack from a powerful evil and the Yoresians cannot stand against it. Twin siblings Sarzen and Helnia, a warrior and a mage, set out to find the Dragon Gods, who they believe are their people's only hope of survival. But the quest ahead of them is fraught with dangers they can't even imagine, including a revelation about themselves that will shake their view of themselves and their leaders forever. KEYWORDS: epic fantasy adventure series, epic fantasy dragons, epic fantasy magic, epic fantasy sword and sorcery, sword and sorcery adult fantasy, sword and sorcery series, sword and sorcery series magic