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Items in Philosophy, Psychology or Religion that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 30 days.

  • Le néoexistentialisme : penser l'esprit humain après l'échec du naturalisme / Markus Gabriel ; direction et introduction de Jocelyn Maclure ; Suivi de Discussions avec Charles Taylor, Jocelyn Benoist et Andrea Kern
    BD 418.5 F7G33 2019eb

  • La théorie psychogénétique de l'identité et l'épreuve Groupements : fondements et applications / sous la direction de Louise Landry ; [auteurs] Luc Bégin, Guy Perreault, Nathalie Ross
    BF 39.3 T396 2018eb

  • Les soeurs de la Charité de Québec : histoire et patrimoine social / Etienne Berthold
    BX 4532.54 B478 2019eb

  • La mémoire rompue : les défis de la coexistence confessionnelle au consulat lyonnais (1563-1567) / Ariane Godbout
    BR 848 L96G64 2019eb

  • Penser la laïcité avec Habermas : la place et le rôle de la religion dans la démocratie selon Jürgen Habermas / Marco Jean
    BL 65P7J432019 J47 2019eb

  • Nous sommes engendrés avant le temps / Pierre Larivière
    BT 809 L375 2019eb

  • La psychologie au quotidien. sous la direction de Simon Grondin
    BF 636 P79 2019eb

  • Psychologie de la perception Simon Grondin
    BF 292G8762019 G77 2019eb

  • Introduction and commentary to Plotinus' Treatise 33 (II.9) Against the gnostics and related studies / Zeke Mazur ; edited by Francis Lacroix, Jean-Marc Narbonne
    B 693 E53 2019

  • Touched by the light : exploring spiritually transformative experiences / Yvonne Kason
    BF 1031 K37 2019
    How Peak Spiritual Experiences Transform Lives Today

    Dr. Yvonne Kason's life was touched by five Near-Death experiences (NDEs), the most recent in 2003. Her dramatic Near-Death Experience in a 1979 plane crash propelled her as a young medical doctor to research and counsel people with diverse types of peak spiritual experiences. In 1994, she coined the now widely used phrase "Spiritually Transformative Experiences" (STEs). These include Near-Death Experiences, mystical experiences, spiritual energy or kundalini awakenings, diverse psychic experiences, and inspired creativity.

    Touched by the Light is a synthesis of forty years of Dr. Kason's research on STEs and their profound after-effects on body, mind, and spirit. Filled with fascinating case studies, Touched By the Light is inspiring to all, as well as a practical guide for those experiencing STEs and their counsellors.

  • Iconoclasm : the breaking and making of images / edited by Rachel F. Stapleton and Antonio Viselli
    BH 301 I52I26 2019

  • Nature-based therapy : a practitioner's guide to working outdoors with children, youth, and families / Nevin Harper, Kathryn Rose, David Segal
    BF 353.5 N37H37 2019

    Take your therapeutic practice with children, youth, and families out into nature

    The number of children, youth, and families seeking help for a wide range of mental health concerns is growing at an alarming rate, and many struggle to thrive despite well-intentioned interventions from skilled helpers. Unplugging from technology and reconnecting with the web of life is a powerful antidote to the highly technological and fast-paced realities of so many.

    Nature-Based Therapy addresses this underlying disconnection between humans and their ecological home, exploring theories and therapeutic practices undertaken with children, youth, and families, including:

    Developing sensory awareness of outer and inner landscapes Navigating risk in play Case examples with a diverse range of settings, intentions, and interventions.

    Nature-Based Therapy is for counselors, therapists, youth and social workers, educators, and parents working in educational and therapeutic settings who want to take their practice beyond the office walls and into the powerful terrain of the wild, partnering with nature as a co-facilitator to create lasting change.

  • The little book of being brilliant / Andy Cope

    The latest and greatest insights on happiness from around the world

    The Little Book of Being Brilliant is a 'greatest hits' compilation of the best and the latest information from the science of positive psychology. Top-selling author Andy Cope exercises his PhD in happiness, along with his decades of experience bringing 'The Art of Being Brilliant' to rapt audiences around the world, to distill the tips, techniques, facts and ideas you need to know to achieve sustainable wellbeing and happiness in your own life. Andy's keen for you to know that he wants you to enjoy the experience, hence his 'laugh 'n' learn' approach.

    Inside, you'll find guidance for taking action in the form of activities and challenges that will help you implement the latest empirical evidence on happiness. You'll learn why most people are miles away from feeling as great as they could, and what to do about it. Whether you're motivated to improve your daily life or looking for the insights that will super-charge your career, or in search of inspiration for your students or your team, this little book will set you in motion toward living brilliantly.

    Develop resilience and embrace positivity by setting goals and taking charge of your life Learn, once and for all, what science says about the connection between money and happiness Overcome road rage and other forms of negativity that are dragging you down in the day-to-day Internalize the latest positivity wisdom for work, sport, parenting, relationships, and more

    There's absolutely no filler in The Little Book of Being Brilliant , and no need to sift through half-baked ideas or wisdom that researchers have already overturned. For the latest proven techniques on getting happy and achieving success, along with the motivation required to put those techniques into practice, pick up this energetic and inspiring book today.

  • The question : find your true purpose / Bernardo Moya

    Ask yourself the right questions--and find the answers to your happiness

    The Question brings together the best of what is thought and known from the world of self-help. The author shows readers what can build a path toward greater well-being and believes that the quality of your life depends on the quality of the questions you ask yourself.

    The book combines a mix of practical and emotional content; it follows the highs and lows of real-life experience to help inspire readers, giving them practical information to help them discover their true purpose in life, and the confidence to pursue it. The Question explores:

    Greatness, success, fulfilment, and passion The Three Pillars to succeed Building The Best You Resilience, Revolution and Re-invention

    You cannot go through life being passive--you must find your answer to The Question . That is, how can you realize your life's purpose? Find out inside this book. . . and inside yourself!

  • Feedback (and other dirty words) : why we fear it, how to fix it / M. Tamra Chandler with Laura Dowling Grealish
    A practical and irreverent guide to taking the sting out of feedback and reclaiming it as a motivating, empowering experience for everyone involved.

    Feedback: the mere mention of the word can make our blood pressure rise and our defenses go up. For many of us, it's a dirty word that we associate with bias, politics, resentment, and self-doubt. However, if we take a step back and think about its true intent, we realize that feedback needn't be a bad thing. After all, understanding how others experience us provides valuable opportunities to learn and grow.

    Authors M. Tamra Chandler and Laura Grealish explain how feedback got such a bad rap and how to recognize and minimize the negative physical and emotional responses that can erode trust and shut down communication. They offer a new and more ambitious definition of feedback, explore the roles we each play as Seeker, Extender, and Receiver, and introduce the three Fs of making feedback focused, fair, and frequent. You'll also find valuable exercises and strategies, along with real-world examples that illustrate how you can put these ideas into action and join in the movement to fix feedback, once and for all.

    When it's done right, feedback has been proven to be the most effective means of improving communication and performance for you and your organization. It's too important to give up, and with Chandler and Grealish's help, you'll be able to use it deftly, equitably, and effectively.

  • Wie Fotos wirken : Wie wir sehen, wahrnehmen und denken / Brian Dilg

  • The art of communication : how to be authentic, lead others, and create strong connections / Judy Apps
    BF 637 C45A686 2019eb

    Bring nuance, depth, and meaning to every conversation you have

    The Art of Communication is for anyone who senses that they could be communicating on a deeper level. Perhaps you are a confident communicator but suspect there may be more to the art of conversation that you have not yet been able to access. Or perhaps you feel that your conversations lack depth and meaning and that you'd like to enrich your relationships with others, if only you knew how. This book will address your concerns and show you how to engage wholeheartedly with others.

    There's more to conversation than just clear, rational thinking. Left-brain rationality is important, of course, but neuroscience increasingly shows that the right-brain skills of creativity, intuition and spontaneity are essential in good communication. In this guide, you'll discover ways of tapping into the full conversational potential that lies dormant within you, adding a level of nuance and watching the result as your relationships blossom. You may even find that untapped value in the form of new insights, ideas and creative thoughts, emerges from your daily conversations.

    Access the more nuanced arts of conversation to create strong connections and tangible results Build cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural connections to communicate effectively with people from different backgrounds Activate your whole mind -- not just your intellect -- to bring creativity and depth to communication Learn to be open-hearted, spontaneous, vulnerable, intuitive, and captivating in every conversation you hold

    From communication guru and bestselling author Judy Apps, The Art of Communication will show you how to breathe life into your relationships and produce powerful new thinking enabling you to transform the world you live in.

  • Train the brave : tame your fear, take the chance, dare to live big / Margie Warrell

    What would you do today if you were being brave?

    Courage begets courage. It's a habit. Doing something brave everyday - no matter how small - unlocks new possibilities, opportunities and pathways to thrive in your work, relationships and life.

    Drawing on her background in business, psychology and coaching, best-selling author Margie Warrell guides you past the fears that keep you from making the changes to create your ideal life.

    In today's uncertain times, fear can unconsciously direct our lives. Start small, dare big, and begin today to live with greater purpose, courage and success.

    Originally published in 2015 as Brave , this book has been reviewed and redesigned to become part of the Wiley Be Your Best series - aimed at helping readers acheive professional and personal success.

  • Smarter sharper thinking : reduce stress, banish fatigue and find focus / Jenny Brockis

    Boost your brain and gain an edge in everything you do.

    Smarter Sharper Thinking reveals how you can expand your brain's capability to think well under stress, to focus and get more out of your day, to be more creative and innovative, and to prepare you for future challenges.

    Utilising the latest neuro-scientific principles, Dr Jenny Brockis shows how you can increase your brain fitness by developing a habit-changing plan to get more done with less effort.

    In 12 key areas, Smarter Sharper Thinking presents simple, action-based principles that can be readily incorporated into your daily routines to train your brain for high performance.

    Originally published in 2016 as Future Brain , this book has been reviewed and redesigned to become part of the Wiley Be Your Best series - aimed at helping readers acheive professional and personal success.

  • It starts with passion : do what you love and love what you do / Keith Abraham

    Bring more energy to everything in your life.

    It Starts with Passion will help you ignite the purpose in your life, as well as in the lives of your colleagues, employees, and associates. In-depth research, practical concepts, inspirational stories, and clear visual models will show you how to find out what's meaningful to you and pursue it with passion.

    For three decades, Keith Abraham has been helping people around the world to harnass their passion, achieve their goals and focus on what's most important to bring the best out of themselves and their business.

    It's time to embark on a life of certainty, clarity and confidence and It Starts with Passion .

    Originally published in 2013 , this book has been reviewed and redesigned to become part of the Wiley Be Your Best series - aimed at helping readers acheive professional and personal success.

  • Thy kingdom come : a photographic history of Anglicanism in Hong Kong, Macau, and mainland China / Philip L. Wickeri and Ruiwen Chen
    BX 5680.3 A44H6629 2019
    Celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the formation of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui (Anglican Church) Province in 2018, Thy Kingdom Come: A Photographic History of Anglicanism in Hong Kong, Macau, and Mainland China is a richly illustrated history of the past 200 years. Although connected to the British colonial government, Hong Kong bishops always sought to relate the Church to Chinese society, making this story predominantly Chinese. The book is divided into five parts. Part I explores the beginnings of Anglican and Episcopal missions in China. Part II relates the history of the Chung Hua Sheng Kung Hui (CHSKH) from 1912 to 1951, a turbulent time in China, when the church's challenge was to respond to change in every facet of society. Part III illustrates the history of the Diocese from 1951 to 1981, during which new churches, schools, and clinics were established. Part IV records Hong Kong's transition from colonial rule to the return to China; it was during these years that Bishop Peter Kong-kit Kwong developed parish ministries, strengthened missions in education and social welfare, and solidified relations with the church in China. Part V describes new developments in the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui. With almost 180 photos, Thy Kingdom Come brings Church history to life in a way no prose history ever could.

  • The Epiclesis Debate at the Council of Florence / Christiaan Kappes
    BX 2220 K37 2019

  • An estimate of the manners and principles of the times and other writings / John Brown ; edited and with an introduction by David Womersley
    B 1386 C483B76 2019

    John Brown (1715-1766) was a clergyman who achieved great but transient fame as a writer and moralist. His attack on Shaftesbury and "moral sense" philosophy, against which he employed utilitarian arguments and also arguments deriving from God's benevolent intentions toward his creation, was published in 1751 and was later praised by John Stuart Mill.

    The central text of this volume, An Estimate of the Manners and Principles of the Times (1757), is a vigorous attack on the "vain, luxurious, and selfish effeminacy" of England's higher ranks, in the wake of the loss of Minorca to the French at the opening of the Seven Years' War (1756-1763). Brown repeated the usual complaints of corruption that had been raised during the premiership of Walpole and argued that public virtue had been undermined by a preoccupation with luxury and commerce. Estimate was printed no fewer than seven times within the first year, earning the author the name "Estimate Brown."

    Alongside Estimate , the volume includes four other works by Brown: his poem On Liberty (1749); his Essays on the Characteristicks (1751), which is an attack on Shaftesbury's Characteristicks ; his Explanatory Defence of the Estimate (1758), in which Brown engaged to defend the work, to some modest extent, against his critics; and finally, a late work, Thoughts on Civil Liberty (1765).

    Two appendixes complement the texts: a brief tribute to Brown by Thomas Hollis (an Englishman who devoted his life to the cause of liberty and for whom this series is named), in which Hollis depicts Brown "as a weak man who nevertheless possessed a measure of virtue and talent, and who fell among thieves in the feral literary and political circles of Hanoverian England." The second appendix provides Hollis's own annotations to his copy of Estimate .

    The introduction, by David Womersley, places Brown's writings and career in the context of eighteenth-century moralism and, naturally, in the tradition of British writing on liberty. The annotations will gloss now-unfamiliar words and explain now-obscure references to contemporary events, circumstances, and personalities.

    David Womersley is Thomas Warton Professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford. His most recent book is an edition of Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels (2012).

  • Psalms as a grammar for faith : prayer and praise / W. H. Bellinger Jr
    BS 1430.52 B453 2019

    The Psalms, gritty and bold prayers of a people seeking to be obedient to a powerful and compassionate God, collectively illustrate what a real faith in the living God looks like. In Psalms as a Grammar for Faith: Prayer and Praise , W. H. Bellinger Jr. traces the way the Psalms exemplify and create a grammar for living a life of faith.

    Bellinger combines his years of study of the Psalms and his own theological sensibility to explore both the genre and shape of the Psalter. He focuses upon the themes of lament and of praise. Bellinger addresses the presence of enemies and the prayers for vengeance throughout the Psalms, concluding that these lamentations exemplify a covenant theology of prayer. He then examines the psalms of praise that teach the art of worship. Various kinds of praise in the Psalter serve as examples of adoration--proper ways to thank almighty God for the goodness of life and for the divine mystery. Finally, Bellinger explores the five divisions of the Psalms, arguing for a powerful and intentional anthology initially connected to ancient Israel's encounter with defeat and exile.

    Bellinger concludes that the Psalter directs readers to use the psalms of lament and praise as models for life, depending on God's justice in times of anger, singing God's praise in times of thanksgiving, and always acknowledging God as Lord over hardships and blessings. Only in this way, he argues, can humans live the faith of the Psalms--a faith defined by complete dependence on God.

  • A profound ignorance modern pneumatology and its anti-modern redemption / Ephraim Radner
    BT 123 R27 2019

    In the march of modernity and the opening of global boundaries, the face of the world changed. How we understood the world, and our place in it, changed. And with that great shift, our concept of the Holy Spirit also changed. Now the third person of the Trinity became a diffusive power in a universalizing attempt at resolving the expansively harsh realities of human existence.

    In A Profound Ignorance , Ephraim Radner traces the development of pneumatology as a modern discipline and its responses to experiences of social confusion and suffering, often associated with questions linked to the category of theodicy. Along the way, study of the Spirit joined with natural science to become study of spirit, which was at root study of the human person redefined without limitation. Radner proposes that the proper parameters of pneumatology are found in studying Israel and her historical burdens as the Body of Christ, showing how the Spirit is the reality of God that affirms the redemptive character of Christ, the Son.

    The traumas of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries have brought to the fore the problematic distance between earlier and more modern approaches to the Spirit. Drawing on writers from Paracelsus to John Berryman, and including theologians and philosophers like Anne Conway and John Wesley, as well as literary figures from d'Aubigné to Duhamel, Radner attempts to locate modern pneumatology's motives and interests within some of the novel social settings of a rapidly globalizing consciousness and conflicted pluralism.

    It is by following Israel into the Incarnation of Jesus, Radner contends, that humans find their unresolved sufferings and yearnings redeemed. The Holy Spirit operates in deep hope, the kind of hope that is inaccessible to simple articulation. Finally, Radner argues for a more limited and reserved pneumatology, subordinated to the christological realities of divine incarnation: here, creaturely limitations are not denied, but affirmed, and taken up into the life of God.

  • Inhabitance ecological religious education / Jennifer Ayres
    BT 695.5 A98 2019eb

    Like other creatures, human beings are inhabitants of their ecosystems. But are humans good inhabitants? According to Jennifer Ayres, the way of inhabitance is stubbornly elusive. The work of understanding, loving, and tending God's world is constrained by patterns of alienation, exploitation, and systemic neglect and injustice.

    Faced daily by evidence of ecological death and decay, Ayres determines that this important work of inhabitance is constantly threatened by ecological despair. Ecological despair stems from alienation from the natural world, acute and generational grief resulting from loss of home places, and, for many, an overwhelming guilt at having been complicit in the planet's suffering. In Inhabitance: Ecological Religious Education , Ayres proposes a solution to this increasing alienation: the way of inhabitance. Just as other animals live and thrive within their ecosystems, so do humans live in a habitat created, sustained, and loved by God. This God perpetually invites us to become better inhabitants.

    Many religious communities already cultivate inhabitance as a way of life, work that they consider to be central to their deepest theological commitments. Inhabitance examines a diverse array of such practices that foster more intentional engagement with the particular places in which people live. Ecological religious education, Ayres demonstrates, nurtures a disposition of loving commitment toward God's creation.

    Inhabitance demands a willingness to love other beings and a willingness to courageously encounter the human and ecological suffering of the world and be fully present to that suffering. And even as humans live more lovingly, courageously, and attentively within their particular places, their lives are opened up to the deepest sources of human well-being--for when God's world around us flourishes, so do we.

  • In him was life : the person and work of Christ / Trevor Hart
    BT 203 H34 2019

  • Science, religion, and the Protestant tradition : retracing the origins of conflict / James C. Ungureanu
    BL 245 U54 2019

  • Abraham Joshua Heschel : mind, heart, soul / Edward K. Kaplan
    BM 755 H34K369 2019eb
    In this first one-volume English-language full biography of Abraham Joshua Heschel, Edward K. Kaplan tells the engrossing, behind-the-scenes story of the life, philosophy, struggles, yearnings, writings, and activism of one of the twentieth century's most outstanding Jewish thinkers.

    Kaplan takes readers on a soulful journey through the rollercoaster challenges and successes of Heschel's emotional life. As a child he was enveloped in a Hasidic community of Warsaw, then he went on to explore secular Jewish Vilna and cosmopolitan Berlin. He improvised solutions to procure his doctorate in Nazi-dominated Berlin, escaped the Nazis, and secured a rare visa to the United States. He articulated strikingly original interpretations of Jewish ideas. His relationships spanned not only the Jewish denominational spectrum but also Catholic and Protestant faith communities. A militant voice for nonviolent social action, he marched with Martin Luther King Jr. (who became a close friend), expressed strong opposition to the Vietnam War (while the FBI compiled a file on him), and helped reverse long-standing antisemitic Catholic Church doctrine on Jews (participating in a secret meeting with Pope Paul VI during Vatican II).

    From such prodigiously documented stories Heschel himself emerges--mind, heart, and soul. Kaplan elucidates how Heschel remained forever torn between faith and anguish; between love of God and abhorrence of human apathy, moral weakness, and deliberate evil; between the compassion of the Baal Shem Tov of Medzibozh and the Kotzker rebbe 's cruel demands for truth. "My heart," Heschel acknowledged, is "in Medzibozh, my mind in Kotzk."

  • Disestablishment and religious dissent : church-state relations in the new American states, 1776-1833 / edited by Carl H. Esbeck and Jonathan J. Den Hartog
    BR 516 D565 2019
    On May 10, 1776, the Second Continental Congress sitting in Philadelphia adopted a Resolution which set in motion a round of constitution making in the colonies, several of which soon declared themselves sovereign states and severed all remaining ties to the British Crown. In forming these written constitutions, the delegates to the state conventions were forced to address the issue of church-state relations. Each colony had unique and differing
    traditions of church-state relations rooted in the colony's peoples, their country of origin, and religion.

    This definitive volume, comprising twenty-one original essays by eminent historians and political scientists, is a comprehensive state-by-state account of disestablishment in the original thirteen states, as well as a look at similar events in the soon-to-be-admitted states of Vermont, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Also considered are disestablishment in Ohio (the first state admitted from the Northwest Territory), Louisiana and Missouri (the first states admitted from the Louisiana Purchase), and Florida (wrestled from Spain under U.S. pressure). The volume makes a unique scholarly contribution by recounting in detail the process of disestablishment in each of the colonies, as well as religion's constitutional and legal place in the new states of the federal republic.

  • A brief introduction to Judaism / updated and revised by Tim Dowley ; general editor: Christopher Partridge
    BM 562 B75 2018
    This brief introduction to Judaism is designed to help readers understand this important religious tradition. With both nuance and balance, this text provides broad coverage of various forms of Judaism with an arresting layout with rich colors. It offers both historical overviews and modern perspectives on Jewish beliefs and practices. The user-friendly content is enhanced by charts of religious festivals, historic timelines, updated maps, and a useful glossary.It is ideal for courses on Judaism and will be a useful, concise reference for all readers eager to know more about this important religious tradition and its place in our contemporary world.

  • A brief introduction to Islam / updated and revised by Tim Dowley ; general editor: Christopher Partridge
    BP 161.3 B74 2018
    This brief introduction to Islam is designed to help readers understand this important religious tradition. With both nuance and balance, this text provides broad coverage of various forms of Islam with an arresting layout with rich colors. It offers both historical overviews and modern perspectives on Islamic beliefs and practices. The user-friendly content is enhanced by charts of religious festivals, historic timelines, updated maps, and a useful glossary.It is ideal for courses on Islam and will be a useful, concise reference for all readers eager to know more about this important religious tradition and its place in our contemporary world.

  • A brief introduction to Hinduism / updated and revised by Tim Dowley ; general editor: Christopher Partridge
    BL 1202 B73 2018
    This brief introduction to Hinduism is designed to help readers understand this important religious tradition. With both nuance and balance, this text provides broad coverage of various forms of Hinduism with an arresting layout with rich colors. It offers both historical overviews and modern perspectives on Hindu beliefs and practices. The user-friendly content is enhanced by charts of religious festivals, historic timelines, updated maps, and a useful glossary.It is ideal for courses on Hinduism and South Asian religions and will be a useful, concise reference for all readers eager to know more about this important religious tradition and its place in our contemporary world.

  • A brief introduction to Buddhism / updated and revised by Tim Dowley ; general editor: Christopher Partirdge
    BQ 4022 D69 2018
    This brief introduction to Buddhism is designed to help readers understand this important religious tradition. With both nuance and balance, this text provides broad coverage of various forms of Buddhism with an arresting layout with rich colors. It offers both historical overviews and modern perspectives on Buddhist beliefs and practices. The user-friendly content is enhanced by charts of religious festivals, historic timelines, updated maps, and a useful glossary.It is ideal for courses on Buddhism and Asian religions and will be a useful, concise reference for all readers eager to know more about this important religious tradition and its place in our contemporary world.

  • Everyday ethics : moral theology and the practices of ordinary life / Michael Lamb, Brian A. Williams, editors
    BJ 1189 E94 2019

  • Deadly virtue : Fort Caroline and the early Protestant roots of American whiteness / Heather Martel
    BR 520 M37 2019
    In Deadly Virtue , Heather Martel argues that the French Protestant attempt to colonize Florida in the 1560s significantly shaped the developing concept of race in sixteenth-century America. Telling the story of the short-lived French settlement of Fort Caroline in what is now Jacksonville, Florida, Martel reveals how race, gender, sexuality, and Christian morality intersected to form the foundations of modern understandings of whiteness.Equipped with Calvinist theology and humoral science, an ancient theory that the human body is subject to physical change based on one's emotions and environment, French settlers believed their Christian love could transform the cultural, spiritual, and political allegiances of Indigenous people. But their conversion efforts failed when the colony was wiped out by the Spanish. Martel explains that the French took this misfortune as a sign of God's displeasure with their collaborative ideals, and from this historical moment she traces the growth of separatist colonial strategies.Through the logic of Calvinist predestination, Martel argues, colonists came to believe that white, Christian bodies were beautiful, virtuous, entitled to wealth, and chosen by God. The history of Fort Caroline offers a key to understanding the resonances between religious morality and white supremacy in America today.

  • Digital phenotyping and mobile sensing : new developments in psychoinformatics / Harald Baumeister, Christian Montag, editors

  • Logic, rationality, and interaction : 7th International Workshop, LORI 2019, Chongqing, China, October 18-21, 2019, Proceedings / Patrick Blackburn, Emiliano Lorini, Meiyun Guo (eds.)
    BC 5 L675 2019eb

  • Christianity in Oman : Ibadism, religious freedom and the church / Andrew David Thompson
    BR 1090 T46 2019

  • Womanist wisdom in the Song of songs : secrets of an African princess / Abi Doukhan
    BS 1485.6 W7D68 2019eb

  • Noneist explorations. with supplementary essays / Richard Routley, Val Routley, authors ; Dominic Hyde, editor

  • Tetsugaku companion to Ogyū Sorai / W.J. Boot, Takayama Daiki, editors

  • Heidegger and future presencing (The black pages) / Spencer Golub
    B 3279 H49G65 2019eb

  • Considering religions, rights and bioethics : for Max Charlesworth / Peter Wong, Sherah Bloor, Patrick Hutchings, Purushottama Bilimoria, editors

  • Into the world : the movement of Patočka's phenomenology / Martin Ritter

  • The 2018 yearbook of the Digital Ethics Lab / Carl Öhman, David Watson, editor
    BJ 59 A12 2019eb

  • Structuring the self / Majid Davoody Beni

  • Peirce and Husserl : mutual insights on logic, mathematics and cognition / Mohammad Shafiei, Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen, editors

  • Logic and general theory of science : Lectures 1917/18 with supplementary texts from the First Version of 1910/11 / Edmund Husserl ; translated by Claire Ortiz Hill

  • Post-truth and the mediation of reality new conjunctures / Rosemary Overell, Brett Nicholls, editors

  • Lived religion and everyday life in early modern hagiographic material / Jenni Kuuliala, Rose-Marie Peake, Päivi Räisänen-Schröder, editors

  • Challenging discriminatory practices of religious socialization among adolescents : critical media literacy and pedagogies in practice / Kiran Vinod Bhatia, Manisha Pathak-Shelat
    BL 625.47 B53 2019eb

  • Reflective practice of counseling and psychotherapy in a diverse society / Jason D. Brown
    BF 636.67 B76 2019eb

  • Evolutionary perspectives on death / Todd K. Shackelford, Virgil Zeigler-Hill, editors

  • Neo-shamanism and mental health / Karel James Bouse
    BL 65 M45B68 2019eb

  • The second cognitive revolution : a tribute to Rom Harré / edited by Bo Allesøe Christensen

  • Psychological perspectives on reality, consciousness and paranormal experience / Tony Jinks
    BF 1040 J56 2019eb

  • Christianities and indigenous peoples / edited by Michel Andraos, Bernardeth Caero Bustillos, Geraldo De Mori
    BL 380 C57 2019

  • For Christ and country : militant Catholic youth in post-revolutionary Mexico / Robert Weis
    BX 1428.3 W45 2019
    Why did José de León Toral kill Álvaro Obregón, leader of the Mexican Revolution? So far, historians have characterized the motivations of the young Catholic militant as the fruit of fanaticism. This book offers new insights on how diverse sectors experienced the aftermath of the Revolution by exploring the religious, political, and cultural contentions of the 1920s. Far from an isolated fanatic, León Toral represented a generation of Mexicans who believed that the revolution had unleashed ancient barbarism, sinful consumerism, and anticlerical tyranny. Facing attacks against the Catholic essence of Mexican nationalism, they emphasized asceticism, sacrifice, and the redemptive potential of violence. Their reckless enthusiasm to launch assaults was a sign of their devotion. León Toral insisted that 'only God' was his accomplice; in fact, he was cheered by thousands who dreamed of bringing the Kingdom of Christ to beleaguered Mexico.

  • Pepysian Meditations on the passion of Christ / edited from Cambridge, Magdalene College MS Pepys 2125 by Mayumi Taguchi and Yoko Iyeiri
    BT 306.38 M4413 2019
    The Middle English prose 'Pepysian Meditations on the Passion of Christ' (PMPC) survives uniquely in Cambridge, Magdalene College, MS Pepys 2125 and has not previously been published. It is one of several Middle English translations of the Passion sequence of the pseudo-Bonaventuran Latin 'Meditationes Vitae Christi' (MVC). This part of the MVC circulated independently and in this form is known in modern scholarship as the 'Meditationes de Passione Christi' (MPC). The editors argue that although the Middle English version in Pepys 2125 followed the model of the MPC, it is probable that the translation derives directly from a recension of the MPC. Although the translator handles the original with a degree of freedom, the text is not indebted to other sources. The Introduction includes an extensive description of the manuscript which is a late medieval devotional miscellany, and a detailed account of the language of the PMPC. It also addresses the textual tradition out of which the PMPC grew and the work of the translator. The edited text is followed by a commentary, glossary and bibliography.

  • The self and the quintessence : a Jungian perspective / Christine Driver
    BF 173 D75 2020eb

    The Self and the Quintessence explores Jung's work on number symbolism and the alchemical journey and considers how they act as metaphors underpinning theories about the development of the self and individuation. It goes on to consider the implications of these dynamics in terms of the symbol of the quintessence and what this represents psychologically.

    Initially exploring number symbolism and the way numbers can express dimensionality and emergence, this book explores the theories which underpin Jung's ideas about the self and its complexity, including the dynamics of opposites, the transcendent function, and the symbol of the quaternity (fourness). The book then explores the symbol of the quintessence from a theoretical and clinical perspective and also in relation to its use in alchemy and physics. It goes on to consider the symbolic and psychological significance of the quintessence in relation to complexity, emergence, individuation, wholeness, truth and the spirit of matter.

    Extending Jungian ideas to explore the archetypal symbol of the quintessence and its psychological significance, The Self and the Quintessence will be of great interest to Jungian academics, researchers and clinicians, and anyone looking to expand their knowledge and understanding of Jungian psychology.

  • The feeling of life itself : why consciousness is widespread but can't be computed / Christof Koch
    BF 311 K6393 2019eb

    An argument that consciousness, more widespread than previously assumed, is the feeling of being alive, not a type of computation or a clever hack.

    In The Feeling of Life Itself , Christof Koch offers a straightforward definition of consciousness as any subjective experience, from the most mundane to the most exalted--the feeling of being alive.

    Psychologists study which cognitive operations underpin a given conscious perception. Neuroscientists track the neural correlates of consciousness in the brain, the organ of the mind. But why the brain and not, say, the liver? How can the brain, three pounds of highly excitable matter, a piece of furniture in the universe, subject to the same laws of physics as any other piece, give rise to subjective experience? Koch argues that what is needed to answer these questions is a quantitative theory that starts with experience and proceeds to the brain. In The Feeling of Life Itself , Koch outlines such a theory, based on integrated information.

    Koch describes how the theory explains many facts about the neurology of consciousness and how it has been used to build a clinically useful consciousness meter. The theory predicts that many, and perhaps all, animals experience the sights and sounds of life; consciousness is much more widespread than conventionally assumed. Contrary to received wisdom, however, Koch argues that programmable computers will not have consciousness. Even a perfect software model of the brain is not conscious. Its simulation is fake consciousness. Consciousness is not a special type of computation--it is not a clever hack. Consciousness is about being.

    ted information.

    Koch describes how the theory explains many facts about the neurology of consciousness and how it has been used to build a clinically useful consciousness meter. The theory predicts that many, and perhaps all, animals experience the sights and sounds of life; consciousness is much more widespread than conventionally assumed. Contrary to received wisdom, however, Koch argues that programmable computers will not have consciousness. Even a perfect software model of the brain is not conscious. Its simulation is fake consciousness. Consciousness is not a special type of computation--it is not a clever hack. Consciousness is about being.

  • Sexuality, self & survival. Introductory essay by Peter Marin
    BF 692 K45

  • What shall we tell the children?
    BL 48 W75

  • The unconscious in action; its influence upon education, by Barbara Low. With foreword by T. Percy Nunn
    BF 721 L6

  • Recreative minds : imagination in philosophy and psychology / Gregory Currie, Ian Ravenscroft
    BH 301 I53C87 2002
    Recreative Minds develops a philosophical theory of imagination that draws upon recent theories and results in psychology. Ideas about how we read the minds of others have put the concept of imagination firmly back on the agenda for philosophy and psychology. Currie and Ravenscroft present atheory of what they call imaginative projection; they show how it fits into a philosophically motivated picture of the mind and of mental states, and how it illuminates and is illuminated by recent developments in cognitive psychology. They argue that we need to recognize a category ofdesire-in-imagination, and that supposition and fantasy should be classed as forms of imagination. They accommodate some of the peculiarities of perceptual forms of imagining such as visual and motor imagery, and suggest that they are important for mind-reading. They argue for a novel view about therelations between imagination and pretence, and suggest that imagining can be, but need not be, the cause of pretending. They show how the theory accommodates but goes beyond the idea of mental simulation, and argue that the contrast between simulation and theory is neither exclusive nor exhaustive.They argue that we can understand certain developmental and psychiatric disorders as arising from faulty imagination. Throughout, they link their discussion to the uses of imagination in our encounters with art, and they conclude with a chapter on responses to tragedy. The final chapter also offersa theory of the emotions that suggests that these states have much in common with perceptual states.Currie and Ravenscroft offer a lucid exploration of a fascinating subject, for readers in philosophy, psychology, and aesthetics.

  • Knowledge and certainty, essays and lectures / by Norman Malcolm
    BD 161 M28

  • Interpretation; a general theory, by Arthur Child
    B 21 C25

  • Melanges d'histoire du XVIe siecle : offerts a Henri Meylan
    BR 309 M45

  • Flow : the psychology of optimal experience / Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
    BF 575 H27C85 1990
    Providing an introduction to flow, a new field of behavioral science that offers life-fulfilling potentialities, this study explains its principals and shows how to introduce flow into all aspects of life, avoiding the interferences of disharmony.

  • A history of Christian thought / by Dr. J.L. Neve ; with contributions by the Reverend O.W. Heick ... on the middle ages and Catholicism
    BT 21 N48

  • The evangelists' calendar : a lectionary explanation of the development of scripture / M.D. Goulder
    BS 2555.2 G63 1978

  • A commentary on James / Robert Johnstone
    BS 2785 J63 1977

  • The yogi and the devotee: the inter play between the Upanishads and Catholic theology
    BR 128 H5S6

  • Das evangelium nach Markus / übersetzt und erklärt von Josef Schmid
    BS 2585.3 S35 1963

  • Spinoza, practical philosophy / by Gilles Deleuze ; translated by Robert Hurley
    B 3998 D38513 1988
    Nonfiction. Spinoza's theoretical philosophy is one of the most radical attempts to construct a pure ontology, with a single infinite substance, and all beings as the modes of being of this substance. This book, which presents Spinoza's main ideas in dictionary form, has as its subject the opposition between ethics and morality, and the link between ethical propositions and ontological propositions. His ethics is an ethology, rather than a moral science. Recent attention has been drawn to Spinoza by deep ecologists such as Arne Naess, the Norwegian philosopher, and this new reading of Spinoza by Deleuze lends itself to a radical ecological ethic. As Robert Hurley says in his introduction, Deleuze opens us to the idea that the elements of the different individuals we compose may be nonhuman within us. One wonders, finally, whether Man might be defined as a territory, a set of boundaries, a limit on existence.

  • APA handbook of testing and assessment in psychology / Kurt F. Geisinger, editor-in-chief ; Bruce A. Bracken [and others], associate editors
    BF 176 A63 2013
    This three-volume handbook is a comprehensive presentation of the theory and application of tests in psychology and education. It begins with an in-depth portrayal of psychometrics: the quantitative underpinning of testing. It then provides thorough, up-to-date and informative chapters related to five general application areas of testing: industrial/organisational psychology clinical psychology (including health psychology) counselling psychology school psychology educational testing In each of these five areas, this handbook is probably the most comprehensive review of the use of testing and assessment in the subfield.

  • APA handbook of research methods in psychology / Harris Cooper, editor-in-chief
    BF 76.5 A73 2012eb

    The three-volume APA Handbook of Research Methods in Psychology features descriptions of many techniques that psychologists and others have developed to help them pursue a shared understanding of why humans think, feel, and behave the way they do. At the broadest level, when choosing a method, researchers make decisions about what data or measurement techniques will best capture the thoughts, feelings, and behaviours that interest them; what research design best fits the question that they want to answer; and what strategies for data analysis best match the characteristics of their design and measurements. The simplest choice for organising the presentation of material is the temporal sequence in which they will make these decisions.

    So, the earliest chapters in the handbook address the broadest questions related to research designs. These involve both (a) which research designs are most appropriate for which question; and (b) how to think about the ethicality and feasibility of the designs that address the question and the measures available. Next, handbook chapters describe the types of data that psychologists most often collect and how to determine whether the measurement techniques are the best ones for the research purpose. Later, the chapters return to issues of research design and present a panoply of options, further divided along more nuanced distinctions in their objectives. Chapters on techniques for data analysis follow, again with special attention to the fit between design, measurement, and analysis. Finally, issues and choices to be considered when writing up research to share with the community of psychologists are discussed in the handbook's concluding chapters.

  • APA handbook of personality and social psychology / Mario Mikulincer and Phillip R. Shaver, Editors-in-Chief
    BF 698 A647 2015eb

  • The place of landscape : concepts, contexts, studies / edited by Jeff Malpas
    BH 301 L3P48 2011

    Interdisciplinary perspectives on landscape, from the philosophical to the geographical, with an emphasis on the overarching concept of place.

    This volume explores the conceptual "topography" of landscape: It examines the character of landscape as itself a mode of place as well as the modes of place that appear in relation to landscape. Leading scholars from a range of disciplines explore the concept of landscape, including its supposed relation to the spectatorial, its character as time-space, its relation to indigenous notions of "country," and its liminality. They examine landscape as it appears within a variety of contexts, from geography through photography and garden history to theology; and more specific studies look at the forms of landscape in medieval landscape painting, film and television, and in relation to national identity. The essays demonstrate that the study of landscape cannot be restricted to any one genre, cannot be taken as the exclusive province of any one discipline, and cannot be exhausted by any single form of analysis. What the place of landscape now evokes is itself a wide-ranging terrain encompassing issues concerning the nature of place, of human being in place, and of the structures that shape such being and are shaped by it.

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