The Question of Caste (Classic Reprint): Charles Sumner
The Caste Question:Dalits and the Politics of Modern India Anupama Rao
Decline of the Caste Question:Jogendranath Mandal and the Defeat of Dalit Politics in Bengal Dwaipayan Sen
The Decline of the Caste Question:Jogendranath Mandal and the Defeat of Dalit Politics in Bengal Dwaipayan Sen
CAST Exam Practice Questions:CAST Practice Tests & Exam Review for the Construction and Skilled Trades Exam
Official Vote of the State of Illinois Cast at the General Election, Nov. 2, 1920, Delegates to Constitutional Convention, Questions of Public Policy, Nov. 4, 1919, Judicial Elections, 1919-1920:Primary Elections, General Primary, Sept. 15, 1920, Delegat Louis L. Emmerson
We live in a world seemingly dedicated to questions of fact and finance. What should I invest in? What school district is the house in? But the fundamental questions of our lives are actually questions of value: What makes life worth living? Are there values that transcend cultural differences? Is all value subjective? If you´ve ever felt the tug of such questions - or if you just want to fine-tune your ability to see how deeper questions of ethics and values apply to the choices that make up our lives - these 24 lectures bring to life the insights of thinkers and artists who have grappled with these questions for thousands of years. Socrates said, ´´The unexamined life is not worth living.´´ To examine these questions, Professor Grim casts a wide net, drawing from history, theoretical economics, game theory, theoretical biology, and sociobiology - with a few forays into physics, anthropology, and psychology. But it isn´t only scientists and historians who ask us to consider our values. Writers as varied as Charles Dickens, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Ursula Le Guin, Mark Twain, Anne Rice, and Jorge Luis Borges have also delved into the meaning of life and the values we live by. In exploring the course´s varied sources, Professor Grim takes great care to introduce each concept carefully so that each new concept builds on the last. His presentation - even of the most nuanced material - is consistently clear, even to those with no background in philosophy. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Patrick Grim. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tcco/000246/bk_tcco_000246_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
When Jesus walked the earth, he cast out demons and had powerful encounters with the devil. But who exactly is the devil, and where did he come from? And what is he up to in the world today? This short, listenable book explains clearly and simply what we can say with certainty from the Bible about Satan, demons, and evil spirits. Suitable for all Christians - especially those who are struggling with questions about Satan. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Denison. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hove/001666/bk_hove_001666_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
´Why?: Scientific Answers to Fundamental Questions´; sets out to provide simple answers to the most fundamental questions about the world.Asking why is the sky blue? Why is water wet? Why do we need sleep? Why are there 24 hours in a day? Why is light faster than sound?, this book gets to grips with concepts that appear so basic and every day, yet we struggle to find an answer for. For each question the author provides a simple, single line answer followed by more in-depth information that casts light onto the murkiest of scientific questions. The books covers the whole lot: physics, biology, chemistry, geology, geography, meteorology, palaeontology and planetary science, with over 50 fundamental questions answered, allowing you to wow friends and family with smart answers to the obvious questions they never thought to ask. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Peter Kenny. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bbcw/006342/bk_bbcw_006342_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.