6 edition of The Human Ground found in the catalog.
by Science & Behavior Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
"This Hallowed Ground is the story of the Civil War as seen from the Union side. Only Bruce Catton, with his magnificent feeling for the human aspects of history and his ability to translate historical fact into absorbing narrative, could have written this brilliant and stirring book.".Seller Rating: % positive. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Keleman, Stanley. Human ground. Palo Alto, Calif.: Science and Behavior Books, (OCoLC) Document Type.
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Almost years ago - September 6, - the Mayflower set sail, and this time there was no turning back. The tonne vessel carried its passengers and crew to America. With “Sacred Ground,” people are asked to meet on a regular basis to share what moved them after reading selected book chapters, essays and watching documentaries and film clips.
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Keleman's first book and the one which covers the most basic aspects of his work and philosophy. In a style that quickly engages the reader, he weaves a picture of human form and experience -- the many ways people take on self-definition. Short, concise chapters include many case histories and therapeutic dialogues from Keleman's workshops/5(11).
It's rare to find a book where the title is so much a reflection of the contents, yet the title 'Human Ground, Spiritual Ground' seems to express the book's essence precisely, and it is this precision that's the earmark of this s: 3.
It's rare to find a book where the title is so much a reflection of the contents, yet the title 'Human Ground, Spiritual Ground' seems to express the book's essence precisely, and it is this precision that's the earmark of this book/5(3). Porchlight’s Management and Workplace Culture Book of The Year "A provocative, exciting, and important rallying cry to reassert our human spirit of community and teamwork." ―Walter Isaacson.
Team Human is a manifesto―a fiery distillation of preeminent digital theorist Douglas Rushkoff’s most urgent thoughts on civilization and human /5(73).
Uncommon Ground is the best kind of book, one that shocks the reader into entirely fresh ways of seeing. Perhaps the most important work facing us over the next several years involves the reconception of nature and our relationship to it. This indispensable volume makes a bold start on that project attacking it with imagination, insight /5(21).
The original essays in this volume, by leading scholars from many disciplines, examine the problems that flow from a viewpoint that severs human beings and human activities from their place in 4/5(2).
In Cronon edited a collected series of essays published under the title Uncommon Ground: Rethinking the Human Place in Nature, which strongly criticized the Environmental Movement for aspects of its worldview drawn from a misplaced emphasis on /5(24).
An Amazon Best Book of February A fascinating look at the life and history—human and otherwise—of the world beneath our feet, Underground explores the strange relationship people have always had with the dark, hidden corners of the earth, simultaneously afraid of potential dangers and entranced by the possibility of unseen wonders.
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By Marty Zucker, Gaetan Chevalier, PhD, Clint Ober, Paul J. Mills, Deepak Chopra, MD The Earth is like a gigantic battery that contains a natural, subtle electric. Shapiro seeks common ground, which is why, late in the book, he reserves some of his most passionate words (and a whopping four pages) on a rebuttal of the views of Steven Pinker, who strikes him.
Earthing (grounding) the human body reduces blood viscosity-a major factor in cardiovascular disease. Chevalier G, Sinatra ST, Oschman JL, Delany RM.J Altern Complement Med. Feb;19(2) doi: /acm 5. Earthing: health implications of reconnecting the human body to the Earth's surface electrons.
It’s okay if the answer is both. Feeling strongly about two or more completely contradictory things is deeply human (annoying, but human). 96 Dystopian Science Fiction Books. These books are classics, bestsellers, famous, unknown, underrated, overrated, perfect for you, or just terrible for you.
They’re mostly in alphabetical order. A ground-breaking and authoritative work when it was first published in"The Human Group "continues to Inform and invigorate the study of small groups in sociology, psychology, management.
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The descriptions of the fire, the librarians’ reactions, and the /5(K). A controversial, timely reassessment of the environmentalist agenda by outstanding historians, scientists, and critics.
In a lead essay that powerfully states the broad argument of the book, William Cronon writes that the environmentalist goal of wilderness preservation is conceptually and politically wrongheaded. Among the ironies and entanglements resulting from this goal are the sale of.
A controversial, timely reassessment of the environmentalist agenda by outstanding historians, scientists, and critics. In a lead essay that powerfully states the broad argument of the book, William Cronon writes that the environmentalist goal of wilderness preservation is conceptually and.
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