Roman Rosdolsky investigates the relationship between various versions of Capital and explains the reasons for Marxâ€™s successive reworking.
A Mt. Hood Press Thriller To reclusive back-country hunting guide, Dylan Baker, it started out like an ordinary day.
Suddenly his best friend and a small army of elite and deadly mercenaries demand he deliver a long-forgotten Bible before they start shooting. While relying on his masterful woodland survival skills to avoid capture and death, he must also find a way to trust the beautiful journalist claiming to help him. Their shocking discovery rocks the foundations of far away Washington D.C.
and forces Dylan to savagely defend himself with nearly every weapon in his grasp.
Nutrition science is a highly fractionated, contentious field with rapidly changing viewpoints on both minor and major issues impacting on public health. With an evolutionary perspective as its basis, this exciting book provides a framework by which the discipline can finally be coherently explored.By looking at what we know of human evolution and disease in relation to the diets that humans enjoy now and prehistorically, the book allows the reader to begin to truly understand the link between diet and disease in the Western world and move towards a greater knowledge of what can be defined as the optimal human diet.Written by a leading expert Covers all major diseases, including cancer, heart disease, obesity, stroke and dementia Details the benefits and risks associated with the Palaeolithic diet Draws conclusions on key topics including sustainable nutrition and the question of healthy eating This important book provides an exciting and useful insight into this fascinating subject area and will be of great interest to nutritionists, dietitians and other members of the health professions. Evolutionary biologists and anthropologists will also find much of interest within the book. All university and research establishments where nutritional sciences, medicine, food science and biological sciences are studied and taught should have copies of this title.
How are we to think of works of art? Rather than treat art as an expression of individual genius, market forces, or aesthetic principles, Michael Jackson focuses on how art effects transformations in our lives. Art opens up transitional, ritual, or utopian spaces that enable us to reconcile inward imperatives and outward constraints, thereby making our lives more manageable and meaningful. Art allows us to strike a balance between being actors and being acted upon. Drawing on his ethnographic fieldwork in Aboriginal Australia and West Africa, as well as insights from psychoanalysis, religious studies, literature, and the philosophy of art, Jackson deploys an extraordinary range of references--from Bruegel to Beuys, Paleolithic art to performance art, Michelangelo to Munch--to explore the symbolic labor whereby human beings make themselves, both individually and socially, out of the environmental, biographical, and physical materials that affect them: a process that connects art with gestation, storytelling, and dreaming and illuminates the elementary forms of religious life.
Meet Frazz, your typical Renaissance man--successful songwriter, talented triathlete, and elementary school janitor. Okay, maybe Frazz isn't quite that typical, and this is exactly why the students at Bryson Elementary School love him. Frazz's bantering and philosophizing with students is always witty and sharp, yet accessible and enriching. He's also made a name for himself amongst the school's faculty--he's captured the admiration of Principal Spaetzle, the romantic affections of first-grade teacher Miss Plainwell, and the exasperation of cynical Mrs. Olsen. "A Tangled Web" is an e-book original collection of cartoons that showcases the funniest of shenanigans that ensue between Frazz and Bryson Elementary's students and faculty alike. This compilation includes exclusive commentary from "Frazz'"s creator, Jef Mallet himself. Mallet's work was nominated by the National Cartoonists Society for a Reuben division award for Best Newspaper Comic Strip in 2004, and "Frazz" has won two Wilbur Awards in 2003 and 2005, which honors excellence in communicating values and ethics. Indeed, within "Frazz"'s jokes and antics is the heart of the strip: insight that makes learning fun for kids and inevitable for adults.
The Unquenchable Lamp of the Covenant continues the popular series by Rev. Abraham Park, offering Christian seekers an engaging, yet precisely Bible-based exploration of God's redemption plan for humanity. In this book, we learn what the Bible's carefully listed genealogy of Jesus Christ shows us about that more significant purpose. The biblical timeline outlined in this Bible study of New Testament genealogies reveals how God was at work in redemptive history to guide it towards its fulfillment. This title is part of The History of Redemption series which includes: Book 1: The Genesis Genealogies Book 2: The Covenant of the Torch Book 3: The Unquenchable Lamp of the Covenant Book 4: God's Profound and Mysterious Providence Book 5: The Promise of the Eternal Covenant