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Mind and Emotions You are in Control

Author: Pleasant Surprise
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If your life is all you want it to be, congratulations! But if, like many, you feel your life is spinning out of control, and you’re nowhere near the success you can be, this 7 minute read is exactly what you need to turn things around and begin living life on your own terms.


Advances in Control Education 1991

Author: G.F. Franklin
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This volume is the published proceedings of selected papers from the IFAC Symposium, Boston, Massachusetts, 24-25 June 1991, where a forum was provided for the discussion of the latest advances and techniques in the education of control and systems engineers. Emerging technologies in this field, neural networks, fuzzy logic and symbolic computation are incorporated in the papers. Containing 35 papers, these proceedings provide a valuable reference source for anyone lecturing in this area, with many practical applications included.


Be in Control of Your Day

Author: Roy Mosaku
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PRAYER POWER TO END YOUR FRUSTRATION Are you tired of not being in Control of Your Day? this book will empower you to Be in Control of Your Day. Your season of frustration, marital conflicts, financial lack has met its match when you pray the prayers in Be in Control of Your Day. You are being empowered to take back control of your day and receive all that God wants you to have. If you're sick and tired of being sick this book is for you, and it will change your life forever. I recommend this book to all and believe it will change lives - T Mosaku


Neuroethics

Author: Judy Illes
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Recent advances in the brain sciences have dramatically improved our understanding of brain function. As we find out more and more about what makes us tick, we must stop and consider the ethical implications of this new found knowledge. Will having a new biology of the brain through imaging make us less responsible for our behavior and lose our free will? Should certain brain scan studies be disallowed on the basis of moral grounds? Why is the media so interested in reporting results of brain imaging studies? These compelling questions and many more are tackled by a distinguished group of contributors to this, the first-ever volume on neuroethics. The wide range of disciplinary backgrounds that the authors represent, from neuroscience, bioethics and philosophy, to law, social and health carever policy, education, religion and film, allow for profoundly insightful and provocative answers to these questions, and open up the door to a host of new ones. The contributions highlight the timeliness of modern neuroethics today, andy insightful and provocative answers to these questions, and open up the door to a host of new ones. The contributions highlight the timeliness of modern neuroethics today, and assure the longevity and importance of neuroethics for generations to come.


Delusions and the Madness of the Masses

Author: Lawrie Reznek
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According to the author, there is an alarming inclination for people to succumb to delusional thinking. Contrary to popular opinion, such thought processes are not limited to the mentally ill. Instead, there is growing evidence to show that large segments of the public harbor a wide variety of delusions, none of which are innocent, and many of which are pushing our societies to the brink of war. This book aims to understand the nature of delusions and how they are generated. By providing a deeper understanding of delusions, the author challenges the assumption that a whole community cannot be deluded, concluding that even very large groups of people can be considered collectively mad. Reznek offers case studies of madness both in individuals and in society throughout the book, relieving the reader of requiring a first-hand experience of psychosis, and revealing the nature of delusions as they affect us all.


The Missing Link Revealing Spiritual Genetics

Author: Richard Gene Arno
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This book teaches accountability for each individual's actions and helps the reader understand who God created him or her to be. Our primary goal for providing this book is to help you understand the mysteries of God's wonderful creation of the human race. It teaches how His wonderful plan, for us as individuals, works and how it can cause every person to be happy and fulfilled during this life. It will aid you in developing and maintaining relationships with others, especially with the Lord Jesus Christ.


The Score Is Love All

Author: Virgil L. Brady
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Youth Sports: Parents and Kids Working Together Real solutions for parents and kids who share in youth sports Learn How To: Raise "successful" children Deal with burnout and boredom Positive ways to express anger Motivate kids Bring about change Talk to kids so they'll listen Keep the game fun Understand your parents Develop your full capabilities "This book, like Virgil's sermons, is full of insight and humility, from a man who started out to be a coach and ended up a pastor." -Roy Williams, Head Basketball Coach, University of North Carolina. "An excellent foundation for enhancing communication between parents and kids." -Tracy Austin former No.1 World-ranked Player, two-time U.S.Open Champion, mother of three sons. "This is a must read book for parents who are striving to find healthy and constructive ways of nurturing their child's growth as an athlete." -Dr. Allen Berger, Ph.D., Sports Counselor and Co-author of Sports Psychology for the Competitive Junior Tennis Player (Audiobook). "This book helped me improve my mental game and gave me a much better perspective on competition in my sport." -Jenny Roulier, Collegiate Athlete, Denver, Colo. "I liked how Chapter 7 talked to kids about their parents. Now I understand why they get angry and I won't get so hurt or mad when they do." -Alexander Mody, USTA Southern California Ranked Junior


Feelings Through a Journey

Author: Majvor Sabine Aksoy
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Majvor Sabine Aksoy poured out her heart on scraps of paper as she continues to take charge of her own desitny of dreams. Through "Feelings Through A Journey," her creative venture blooms with poetry and what, how and why we become the person we are destined to be.


The People Have Spoken and They Are Wrong

Author: David Harsanyi
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Democracy may be one of the most admired ideas ever concocted, but what if it’s also one of the most harebrained? After many years of writing about democracy for a living, David Harsanyi has concluded that it’s the most overrated, overused, and misunderstood idea in political life. The less we have of it the better. “Democracy” is not synonymous with “freedom.” It is not the opposite of tyranny. In fact, the Founding Fathers knew that democracy can lead to tyranny. That’s why they built so many safeguards against it into the Constitution. Democracy, Harsanyi argues, has made our government irrational, irresponsible, and invasive. It has left the American people with only two options—domination by the majority or a government that can’t possibly work. The modern age has imbued democracy with the mystique of infallibility. But Harsanyi reminds us that the vast majority of political philosophers, including the founders, have thought that responsible, limited government based on direct majority rule over a large, let alone continental scale was a practical impossibility. In The People Have Spoken, you’ll learn: Why the Framers of our Constitution were intent on establishing a republic, not a “democracy” How democracy undermines self-government How shockingly out of touch with reality most voters really are Why democracy is an economic wrecking ball—and an invitation to a politics of envy and corruption How the great political philosophers from Plato and Aristotle to Burke and Tocqueville predicted with uncanny accuracy that democracy could lead to tyranny Harsanyi warns that if we don’t recover the Founders’ republican vision, “democracy” might very well spell the end of American liberty and prosperity.


Aristotle on the Human Good

Author: Richard Kraut
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Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics, which equates the ultimate end of human life with happiness (eudaimonia), is thought by many readers to argue that this highest goal consists in the largest possible aggregate of intrinsic goods. Richard Kraut proposes instead that Aristotle identifies happiness with only one type of good: excellent activity of the rational soul. In defense of this reading, Kraut discusses Aristotle's attempt to organize all human goods into a single structure, so that each subordinate end is desirable for the sake of some higher goal. This book also emphasizes the philosopher's hierarchy of natural kinds, in which every type of creature achieves its good by imitating divine life. As Kraut argues, Aristotle's belief that thinking is the sole activity of the gods leads him to an intellectualist conception of the ethical virtues. Aristotle values these traits because, by subordinating emotion to reason, they enhance our ability to lead a life devoted to philosophy or politics.