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📒Active Life The ✍ Michael J. McGandy
✏Active Life The Book Summary : A sustained reflection on philosopher John William Miller and the metaphysical presuppositions and implications of democracy.
📒Reminiscences Of An Active Life ✍ John Roy Lynch
✏Reminiscences of an Active Life Book Summary : Born into slavery on a Louisiana plantation, John Roy Lynch (1847–1939) came to adulthood during the Reconstruction Era and lived a public-spirited life for over three decades. His political career began in 1869 with his appointment as justice of the peace. Within the year, he was elected to the Mississippi legislature and was later elected Speaker of the House. At age twenty-five, Lynch became the first African American from Mississippi to be elected to the United States Congress. He led the fight to secure passage of the Civil Rights Bill of 1875. In 1884, he was elected temporary chairman of the Eighth Republican National Convention and was the first black American to deliver the keynote address. His autobiography, Reminiscences of an Active Life, reflects Lynch's thoughtful and nuanced understanding of the past and of his own experience. The book, written when he was ninety, challenges a number of traditional arguments about Reconstruction. In his experience, African Americans in the South competed on an equal basis with whites; the state governments were responsive to the needs of the people; and race was not always a decisive factor in the politics of Reconstruction. The autobiography, which would not be published until 1970, provides rich material for the study of American politics and race relations during Reconstruction. It sheds light on presidential patronage, congressional deals, and personality conflicts among national political figures. Lynch's childhood reflections reveal new dimensions to our understanding of black experience during slavery and beyond. An introduction by John Hope Franklin puts Lynch's public and private lives in the context of his times and provides an overview of how Reminiscences of an Active Life came to be written.
📒Nutrition And An Active Life ✍ Wilma Freire
✏Nutrition and an Active Life Book Summary : This publication contains thirteen papers written by leading international public health professionals on a range of topics including the role of research into early childhood nutrition and the formulation of infant feeding policies; the control of iodine and vitamin A deficiencies; folic acid fortification of wheat flour; breast-feeding practices; nutrition recommendations within the context of local urban market realities; promoting active lifestyles and health urban spaces; and the importance of urban planning and public transport to public health objectives.
📒The Active Life ✍ Parker J. Palmer
✏The Active Life Book Summary : ENGAGE THE SPIRIT AND TRUTH OF THE ACTIVE LIFE What spiritual sources can we draw on to receive guidance for—and from—our lives in the world of action? The Active Life is Parker J. Palmer's deep and graceful exploration of a spirituality for the busy, sometimes frenetic lives many of us lead. Telling evocative stories from a variety of religious traditions, including Taoist, Jewish, and Christian, Palmer shows that the spiritual life does not mean abandoning the world but engaging it more deeply through life-giving action. He celebrates both the problems and potentials of the active life, revealing how much they have to teach us about ourselves, the world, and God.
📒George Alfred Henty The Story Of An Active Life ✍ George Manville Fenn
✏George Alfred Henty the Story of an Active Life Book Summary : Reproduction of the original: George Alfred Henty, the Story of an Active Life by George Manville Fenn
📒Following Chaucer ✍ Lynn Staley
✏Following Chaucer Book Summary : Following Chaucer: Offices of the Active Life explores three representative figures--the royal woman, the poet, and the merchant--in relation to the concept of "office," which Cicero linked to the health of the republic, but Chaucer to that of the common good. Not usually conjoined to the term "office," these three figures, situated in the active life, were not firmly mapped onto the body politic, which was used to figure a relational and ordered social body ruled by the king, the head. These figures are points of entry into a set of questions rooted in Chaucer's understanding of his cultural and historical past and in his keen appraisal of the social dynamics of his own time that also reverberate in the centuries after Chaucer's death. Following Chaucer does not trace influence but uses Chaucer's likely reading, circumstances, and literary and social affiliations as guides to understanding his poetry, within the context of late medieval English culture and the reshaping of the concept of these particular offices that suited the needs of a future whose dynamics he anticipated. His understanding of the importance of the Ciceronian concept of office within the active life, his profound cultural awareness, and his probing of the foundations of social change provide him with a keen sense of the persistent tensions and inconsistencies that are fundamental to his poetry.
📒An Active Life ✍ Frederick Barnardo
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📒Subud And The Active Life ✍ Muhammad-Subuh Sumohadiwidjojo
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📒Retrospections Of An Active Life 1817 1863 ✍ John Bigelow
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📒Retrospections Of An Active Life 1872 1879 ✍ John Bigelow
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