6 edition of Divided passions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||The Culture of Jewish modernity|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||449 p. :|
|Number of Pages||449|
|ISBN 10||0814320309, 0814320317|
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In a manner that underscores their continued relevance and significance. In his final philosophical treatise, The Passions of the Soul (French: Les Passions Divided passions book l'âme), completed in and dedicated to Queen Christina of Sweden, René Descartes contributes to a long tradition of philosophical enquiry into the nature of " the passions ".
It is divided into three books: Book I, “Of the Understanding,” discusses, and the skeptical implications of those theories. Book II, “Of the Passions,” describes an elaborate psychological machinery to explain the affective, or emotional, order in humans and assigns a subordinate role to reason in this mechanism.
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He describes us as we have been, expecting no more. The book topped the bestseller lists once again in when it was chosen as the main selection of Oprah’s Book Club. Divided into 24 books, ambitions, and passions.
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It begins with a new introduction by the author. The collection of articles is divided into four parts: personal, political, historical, and global.
The Passion Dream Book travels from the Italian Renaissance, when a girl spends her days spying on a famous young artist and experiences the divided love of wanting the artist and wanting to be the artist. Awakening To The Tao and The Secret Of The Golden Flower were, for me, the books that initiated an engagement with Taoist practice.
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"I'm going to die for something I didn't even do." (Southern US) A.He divided the book into four parts: “Living A Life You Love,” “How to Get From Here to There,” “Design Your Career,” and “Marketing and Job Search.” The heart of his guide is “Design Your Career,” which contains his company’s three-step career design process and asks the reader to reflect on your values, talents.Okay, so I found Passion, the book 3 of the Fallen series in library and decided to give this series another try.
The first two books had given me little satisfaction, with the romance between the two main characters so paper-thin, the pace of the story so off-beat.