In Worthy Efforts Catharina Lis and Hugo Soly offer an innovative approach to the history of perceptions and representations of work in Europe throughout Classical Antiquity and the medieval and early modern periods.
Deux modèles opposés de changement social? (paris: EhESS, 1989), 253–79.Friedrichs, Christopher, 'Capitalism, Mobility and Class Formation in the Early Modern german City', Past and Present, no. 69 (1975), 24–49.
Author: Catharina Lis
Category: Business & Economics
Adam Smith, who has towered over economics for more than two hundred years, was not alone in Scotland in creating systems of analysis which would explain how economies function and prosper. Writers of various backgrounds – there being no such profession as 'economist' – who were inspired by issues of the day as well as by the writings of Smith and other Scots, made significant contributions to the development of economic theory and policy that are often overlooked today. In the Shadow of Adam Smith, a landmark work in the history of economic thought, surveys and integrates the ideas of eighty Scottish writers from the 18th and 19th centuries to reveal a startlingly rich tapestry of argument and debate on a wide variety of economic subjects, both philosophical and practical, that remain highly pertinent today. Government debt, economic growth, banking, credit, taxation – all were tackled by this remarkable, diverse collection of writers. Through reading their contributions to economics we both understand modern economic issues and thought more deeply, and gain a richer understanding of Adam Smith's thought and inheritance. Written in a crisp and readable style with a minimum of technical detail, this is an ideal book for students of the history of economics, as well as academics and general readers.
Buckle, H. T. (1861) History of Civilization in England, vol. 3. London: Parker, Son and Boum. Cage, R. A. (1975) 'The Making of the Old Scottish Poor Law', Past and Present, no. 69, pp. 113–18. Campbell, R. H. (1964) 'The ...
Author: Donald Rutherford
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
First multi-year cumulation covers six years: 1965-70.
DNLM , MBCO : WN 650 162Dg 1969 Cit . No. 140137 U. S. Congress . Joint Committee on Atomic Energy . ... MBCO : WN 650 465p no.35 1969 Cit . No. 151467 Symposium on Past , Present , and Future State X - Ray Programs , Atlanta , 1968 .
Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)
This volume evaluates Thomas Bradwardine's view of time as a mathematical, philosophical and theological concept within the context of ancient and medieval discussions concerning the problem of time and eternity. The book begins with an assessment of his career as a natural philosopher and theologian in order to establish the factors which influenced his treatment of time. Two succeeding chapters examine the sources of his temporal theory in classical, early medieval and thirteenth-century texts. Next, a series of chapters surveys his view of time as it related to proportionality, continuity, contingency and predestination. The final chapter establishes his place among fourteenth-century natural philosophers and theologians. Because this study traces the issue of time through several major works, it demonstrates how the mathematical, philosophical and theological ideas of one prominent scholar converged within a setting of lively academic discourse. Thus it illuminates a fascinating dimension of one of the most important debates in late medieval thought.
discussion of time because , although time could still exist in a created world without people , in the world which God actually ... For if it were so extended , it would be divisible into past and future ; the present has no length.69 ...
Author: Edith Wilks Dolnikowski
Examining its relation to ancient and Renaissance political thought, George M. Logan sees Thomas More's Utopia whole, in all its ironic complexity. He finds that the book is not primarily a prescriptive work that restates the ideals of Christian humanism or warns against radical idealism, but an exploration of a particular method of political study and the implications of that method for normative theory. Originally published in 1983. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
Moreana, No. 69 (1981):5-20. Schoeck, R. J. 1956. “More, Plutarch, and King Agis; Spartan History and the Meaning of Utopia.” In EA. Originally publ. Philological Quarterly 35 (1956):366-75. . 1969. “'A Nursery of Correct and Useful ...
Author: George M. Logan
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Category: Political Science
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Author: Mercantile Library of Philadelphia
Category: Library catalogs
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Author: United States
We Are Having This Conversation Now offers a history, present, and future of AIDS through thirteen short conversations between Alexandra Juhasz and Theodore Kerr, scholars deeply embedded in HIV responses. They establish multiple timelines of the epidemic, offering six foundational periodizations of AIDS culture, tracing how attention to the crisis has waxed and waned from the 1980s to the present. They begin the book with a 1990 educational video produced by a Black health collective, using it to consider organizing intersectionally, theories of videotape, empowerment movements, and memorialization. This video is one of many powerful yet overlooked objects that the pair focus on through conversation to understand HIV across time. Along the way, they share their own artwork, activism, and stories of the epidemic. Their conversations illuminate the vital role personal experience, community, cultural production, and connection play in the creation of AIDS-related knowledge, archives, and social change. Throughout, Juhasz and Kerr invite readers to reflect and find ways to engage in their own AIDS-related culture and conversation.
4 Theodore Kerr, “AIDS 1969: HIV, History, and Race,” Drain Magazine 13, no. 2 (2016), http://drainmag.com/aids-1969-hivhistory-and-race/; Robert F. Garry, “Documentation of an AIDS Virus Infection in the United States in 1968,” jama ...
Author: Alexandra Juhasz
Publisher: Duke University Press
Category: Social Science
As initially planned in 1939 by Owen J. Gromme, then curator of birds at the Milwaukee Public Museum, Wisconsin Birdlife would not only describe and document every species of bird known to have visited this state, but would also depict each species with his own original paintings. During the next two decades, Gromme concentrated primarily on the latter, resulting in the separate publication in 1963 of his now classic Birds of Wisconsin. Work on the present volume was assumed in the late 1960s by Samuel D. Robbins, whose labors of more than 20 years give us a veritable encyclopedia of the state's ornithological knowledge. A complement and supplement to field guides, picture books, and recordings, the book is designed to enlarge the reader's understanding and appreciation of statewide history, abundance, and habitat preference of every species reliably recorded in Wisconsin. The volume opens with a summary of the ornithological history of the state and an exposition of its ecological setting. The heart of Wisconsin Birdlife ensues: detailed accounts of nearly 400 species, with information on status (population and distribution), habitat, migration dates, breeding data, and wintering presence, followed by extensive discussion and commentary. Dr. James Hall Zimmerman, Senior Lecturer in Landscape Architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, provides a special discussion of bird habitats for the book. In addition, Wisconsin Birdlife features a comprehensive status and seasonal distribution chart, a detailed habitat preference chart, and an exhaustive bibliography. The ultimate resource, Wisconsin Birdlife belongs within easy reach of everyone from armchair appreciators and casual birdwatchers to ardent birders and professional ornithologists.
Population & Distribution Past & Present Samuel D. Robbins. a 1 Ingram , T. N. , Ed . 1977. ... No. 69 , Madison , Wis . Irwin , H. A. 1973. A natural history study of East Marsh of the University of Wisconsin . MS thesis , Univ . Wis .
Author: Samuel D. Robbins
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press