East Of West Vol. 7

Author: Jonathan Hickman

Publisher: Image Comics

ISBN: 1534306218

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 144

View: 8896


The final year of the apocalypse begins! Armies rage! Nations at War! A family fights to be reunited. Collects EAST OF WEST #30-34.

East Of West Vol. 3

There Is No Us

Author: Jonathan Hickman

Publisher: Image Comics

ISBN: 1632152363

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 144

View: 3123


It's the third volume of the Eisner-nominated EAST OF WEST. "There Is No Us" sees the breaking apart of the future-scape of America as the world races forward towards the apocalypse.

East Of West Vol. 2

We Are All One

Author: Jonathan Hickman

Publisher: Image Comics

ISBN: 163215076X

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 144

View: 6670


The second volume of the most exciting new book in the industry is here! "We Are All One" follows our cast around the fractured future-scape of America as we learn more about a world that's rapidly coming to a end. Collects EAST OF WEST #6-10

East-West Economic Relations in the 1990s

Author: Gary K. Bertsch,Christopher Saunders

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 1349114650

Category: Political Science

Page: 316

View: 7239


This volume contains a number of analyses of the present global situation and provides a reasoned preview of likely macro-economic developments during the next decade in the relations between East and West. It is based on the 1988 11th Workshop on East-West European Economic Interaction.

Phenomenology: East and West

Essays in Honor of J.N. Mohanty

Author: F.M. Kirkland,D.P. Chattopadhyaya

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401116121

Category: Philosophy

Page: 319

View: 4036


To know the work of Jitendra Nath Mohanty even slightly is to commence to appreciate it immensely. Lucidity and sagacity have been its armor; originality and ingenuity have been its strength. And wearing the former and wielding the latter have become so persistent a mark of his work as to suggest that their appeal for Mohanty lies altogether more in the refmed reaches of philosophical craftsmanship than on the coarse ground of intellectual partisanship. The multifaceted character of his work in phenomenology and Indian philosophy has never left us palled by its significance and, as a consequence, has always left us conceding its command on our philosophical discourse. It has fulfilled the most welcomed promise of striking the chords of both imagination and reason by exposing Husserlian phenomenology to the concerns of both the so-called "analytical" and "continental" traditions and by exposing the philosophical tradition of Indian thought to the intricacies of Husserl. Although charting and periodizing the body ofMohanty' s work in phenomeno logy may be the function of a memory inconspicuous for originality and liveli ness, they nonetheless offer a precis conspicuous for the variety of topics that Mohanty has both engaged and enriched. Mohanty's career in phenomenology can be characterized by three phases, each concentrating on different themes, but with the latter two also epitomizing a more incisive and deeper discussion of the issues raised in the first.

The New Cambridge Medieval History: Volume 7, C.1415-c.1500

Author: Christopher Allmand

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521382960

Category: History

Page: 1048

View: 602


This volume covers the last century (interpreted broadly) of the traditional western Middle Ages. Often seen as a time of doubt, decline and division, the period is shown here as a period of considerable innovation and development, much of which resulted from a conscious attempt by contemporaries to meet the growing demands of society and to find practical solutions to the social, religious and political problems which beset it. The volume consists of four sections. Part I focuses on both the ideas and other considerations which guided men as they sought good government, and on the practical development of representation. Part II deals with aspects of social and economic development at a time of change and expansion. Part III discusses the importance of the life of the spirit: religion, education and the arts. Moving from the general to the particular, Part IV concerns itself with the history of the countries of Europe, emphasis being placed on the growth of the nation states of the 'early modern' world.

J.Shutong Fairy Tales Vol.7 : Girls and Women

by ancient Chinese authors

Author: 梁庭嘉

Publisher: J.SHUTONG


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 37

View: 9137


Eleven Chinese classic stories and four folk stories. 1.Goddess Nuwa Mending the Sky by Author Unknown 2.Emperor's Female Son-in-law by Author Unknown 3.Mulan Joined the Army by Author Unknown 4.Mencius' Mother Relocated Home for Her Son by 刘向 (77 BC ~ 6 BC) 5.Meng Lijun by 陈端生 (1751~1796) 6.Dong Shi imitates Xi Shi by 庄周 (369 BC ~ 286 BC) 7.Goddess Luo by Author Unknown 8.Chang E by 刘安 (179 BC ~ 122 BC) 9.Departed Soul by 陈玄佑 (Tang Dynasty People) 10.Puppet shows in the war by 谢观 (Tang Dynasty People) 11.Spilt water cannot be gathered up again by 范晔 (398~445)