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Could be alot better Need to have the same uses available as Web version. Needs rate mate, needs to be able to see acc info for sales, especially as most people are in field and this is very limited. Only post, and unpost loads. You can't even edit a current posting only delete.
Very much like it. It's a lot harder to search the lifeboats and a plus adding some violin melody during the sink but the latest song played historical was "Near my God to Thee". It's a whole lot better that the 1st app. Could add more floating debris in the water to create it easier to search the lifeboats. Oh, and let's hear the SOS calls during the sink
This classic acc of Layard's discoveries in Nimrud,(not really Nineveh, althought when he wrote the book, he thought it was Nineveh, reads like a facinating adventure story. I love the huge print and quality of the book, and e a lot of perfect illustrations give life and meaning to Layard's considerable contribution to archaeology.
How a lot of of the Visitors of Antigua have no Idea of the rich history of is Book of Elisabeth Bell can Help. Far above of what one can search in the usual Travel books, this book is the most comprehensive I was able to search on Antigua's history.I live every year a few month here in Antigua and have found that it is an ideal spot for retirement.I am writing presently a book to recommend Antigua as an ideal retirement spot. I definitely will recommend Bell`s book as a Must for reading to all considering living for longer periods in Antigua. They will have fun their fresh put of living even more, if they know more about the rich history of the Town of the eternal ard RiverskyAuthor of A Retiree Now? The Best Time In Live to Write a BookB00F2Y1TQIand Host of [...]
I really enjoyed this book. It's started out just a tad bit slow but that didn't take away from the story as a whole. The book is about a attractive head powerful lady, Lisa and a domineering suave lady, Rayne who ultimately are introduced to work together but explore very quick that that's not the only thing they will wish to do together. Loved it and I think a lot of others will too. So go ahead and the book :-)
Sometimes I wonder why amazon asks us to rate a book by Freud. Do we rate it based on our understanding, our pleasure in reading psychoanalysis, or because it is a pleasing read?This is Freud. Still relevant in psychology, literature et al. Still problematic and I then rate the book based on my own position, beliefs, disbeliefs, verities etc...Maybe I should just rate it based on its kindle format?In the book, Freud talks about love, aggression, guilt and every 'emotion' that comes in put to built a civilisation.I am going to rate this book based on its critique of culture. This is a book that has lead to the launching of other books that did a more protracted critique of civilisation from Norman Brown to Marcuse.I cannot rate the book anachronistically though. I'd recommend this book to psychoanalysts, cultural critics, postcolonial critics etc...I found the link that is created between guilt and love in Discontent to be revealing of a certain conflation between the two concepts.Other than that...
Want I’d read this a while back. It’s like a skinny-dip in history. The ideas colourful our globe through the mid-1900s and today, while no longer cutting edge, they turn one right around to focus on the nature of man and whether our primary natures will lead our species to self-destruct. Freud posits that warring instincts — Eros vs. Aggression — are the mechanism that drive us to live unhappily, the more so, as we become more civilized. Back in the day, I guess I missed discussion of any such thing in Psych 101 (however, it was touched on in Sociology 101). But considering the current day trends, maybe we are now on a track that allows our civilization to a kinder, gentler handling of the human psyche? We can hope.
I'm giving this book 3 stars simply because it was slightly a hard read. This is a book that will have to be read again and again to obtain all the info out of it. I enjoyed the ideas presented and the man behind the ideas. Definitely worth a read for anyone who is looking to expand their mind.
A small hard to take in and I had to reread it several times to understand. Freud's manner of speaking is a bit various than the method that people talk nowadays. Still, it is a amazing insight into one of psychology's best psychoanalytical thinkers.
Freud brings some interesting perspectives to the reason behind the beginnings of civilization. He delves into why it was actually a selfish need (keeping groups together to satisfy needs) but at the same time, how similarities between the formation of civilization and the conscience formed. Did we form a system of laws based on our conscience because we required to protect the structure of civilization, or did the system of laws give rise to the conscience, instilling an internal authority figure so that we act morally?Freud raises some questions (per usual) but also adds some observations that I would not have thought about alone.
I thought the book was going to give 'insider' travel and touring hints for those visiting Antigua and surrounding locations today. Perhaps I should have read the book summary more closely; it is actually a detailed look at the city's development and its history, describing all the locations to see from an historical perspective. For those who are interested, the author presents a fascinating yet singularly focused background on the city's development. Her expertise is unquestioned, however I found the writing somewhat dry. Still, I look forward to visiting Antigua soon and I am sure I will share her love and fascination with this attractive place.
Lived up to my expectations and didn't disappoint. The characters Rayne and Lisa will grab you in and won't turn you loose on their journey of self exploration, tested ability to trust and love. Rayne and Lisa will endear themselves to your sensibility of the trials and tribulations of love good, poor or indifferent you will be hooked. Loving this author since reading her short stories in the Forever Tangled series and Love Relived. Looking forward to her dripping more ink on future books. In its Rawest Form
Hitchens' Introduction is hardly worth the fresh edition. It is neither controversial nor especially insightful. So, any edition of Strachey's translation will do. I search that my students have a difficult time distinguishing whether Freud is being prescriptive or descriptive herein, which Is interesting because they are predisposed to detesting Freud, both because they tend to like religion and because Freud has a poor rep in the famous Imagination. I see shades of Foucault's Discipline & Punish in so much of what he discusses here. In fact, you can see what Foucault thought of Freud in his essay, "Nietzsche, Freud, Marx," which lays out an anti-phenomenological trajectory in the study of human societies, and gauge the importance of Freud's contribution to this philosophical tradition. This is, to my mind, the work of Freud everyone interested in post-structuralism should read. Freud is amazingly clear and simple to read; Strachey is a chop above other translators of Freud.
Antigua has to be one of the most attractive cities in the Fresh World. Once the darling of the Americas, she was virtually abandoned after a devastating earthquake in 1773. Thus, we have one of the most attractive colonial cities in the Americas.I became smitten with Antigua while on a holiday from missions work in December 1995. What began as an innocent walking tour with Elizabeth Bell, became a lifelong love of this attractive town and her people. With Bell's book (and candle, in case night set in), I visited almost every building or ruin and soaked up the romance of this attractive ter marrying in 2002, the only choice for our "luna de miel" or honeymoon...Antigua, one of the most attractive cities in the world. And of course, we packed Elizabeth's book.
Niniveh and Its Remains is a fascinating acc about the astounding discoveries created in Niniveh and in the surrounding areas. A must read item for anyone interested in a first hand acc written by one of the pioneers uncovering the remains of the Assyrian Empire.