A New Modern History of East AsiaTaschenbuchvon Eckhardt FuchsEAN: 9783847107088Einband: Kartoniert / BroschiertErscheinungsjahr: 2017Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 840Abbildungen: mit 142 AbbildungenMaße: 205 x 149 x 48 mmRedaktion: Eckhardt Fuchs, Tokush
Modern history completes and updates the previous four books, giving the remaining pieces of the puzzle to grasp our reality, its history, the otherworldly races, the enhanced humans and what current day humans are and can become. It is a must read for the ones that want to progress and do their higher awareness work in 2018 and onward. And all that is left to say is: Creating a new human paradigm begins with creating a new type of human. It is that simple. It all begins with one person. You.
A magisterial and sweeping history of modern Africa.The end of the Second World War signalled the rapid end of the European African empires. In 1945, only four African countries were independent by 1963, thirty African states created the Organization of
The two volumes of his lectures on modern history and on the French Revolution give us in their full ripeness the sum of Actons historical judgments. History was not to Acton a mere academic pursuit. With that view of history which considers it, beneath the dry light of science, as a series of phenomena capable of detachment from the present, susceptible to separate analysis, he had no sympathy. Still less did he consider history a mere form of literary exposition. The one justification for the study of history was to Acton its value as a guide in the affairs of the every-day world. The present is what it is because of what the past has been. Human development has been a continuous chain of cause and effect. Any course of action in the present must be based upon a knowledge of the way in which things we now do are hedged in, limited by what men have done before us. History thus becomes a great mentor, a schoolmaster of action. This is the annotated edition including more than one hundred footnotes.
Drawing on the expertise of historical, literary and philosophical scholarship, practicing physicians, and the medical humanities this is a true interdisciplinary collaboration, styled as a history. It explores pain at the intersection of the living, suffering body, and the discursive cultural webs that entangle it in its specific moment. David Biro, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, USA Joanna Bourke, Birkbeck College, UK James Burnham Sedgwick, Acadia University, Canada Sheena Culley, Kingston University, UK Liz Gray, Queen Mary University of London, UK Daniel Grey, Plymouth University, UK Javier Moscoso, Spanish National Research Council Linda Raphael, George Washington University, USA Danny Rees, Wellcome Library, UK Paolo Santangelo, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy Noemi Tousignant, University of Cambridge, UK Johanna Willenfelt, University of Cumbria, UK Wilfried Witte, Charité University Clinic of Berlin, Germany Whitney Wood, Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada