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📒The Tao Of Pooh ✍ Benjamin Hoff
✏The Tao of Pooh Book Summary : Winnie-the-Pooh is ‘The Bear for all Ages’, and now he’s more fun than ever before. Join in The Tao of Pooh! Winnie-the-Pooh has a certain way about him, a way of doing things that has made him the world's most beloved bear, and Pooh's Way, as Benjamin Hoff brilliantly demonstrates, seems strangely close to the ancient Chinese principles of Taoism.
📒The Cat And The Tao ✍ Kwong Kuen Shan
✏The Cat and the Tao Book Summary : Watercolor and ink drawings of cats accompany quotations from Chinese literature and philosophy chosen to reflect the simplicity, friendship, wisdom, and other qualitities also exemplified by the cat.
📒The End Of Plenty The Race To Feed A Crowded World ✍ Joel K. Bourne
✏The End of Plenty The Race to Feed a Crowded World Book Summary : “An urgent and at times terrifying dispatch from a distinguished reporter who has given heart and soul to his subject.”—Hampton Sides In The End of Plenty, award-winning environmental journalist Joel K. Bourne Jr. puts our fight against devastating world hunger in dramatic perspective. He travels the globe to introduce a new generation of farmers and scientists on the front lines of the next green revolution. He visits corporate farmers trying to restore Ukraine as Europe's breadbasket, a Canadian aquaculturist, the agronomist behind the world's largest organic sugarcane plantation, and many other extraordinary farmers, large and small, who are racing to stave off catastrophe as climate change disrupts food production worldwide. A Financial Times Best Book of the Year and a Finalist for the PEN / E. O. Wilson Literary Science Writing Award.
📒The Dao Of Translation ✍ Douglas Robinson
✏The Dao of Translation Book Summary : The Dao of Translation sets up an East-West dialogue on the nature of language and translation, and specifically on the "unknown forces" that shape the act of translation. To that end it mobilizes two radically different readings of the Daodejing (formerly romanized as the Tao Te Ching): the traditional "mystical" reading according to which the Dao is a mysterious force that cannot be known, and a more recent reading put forward by Sinologists Roger T. Ames and David L. Hall, to the effect that the Dao is simply the way things happen. Key to Ames and Hall’s reading is that what makes the Dao seem both powerful and mysterious is that it channels habit into action—or what the author calls social ecologies, or icoses. The author puts Daoism (and ancient Confucianism) into dialogue with nineteenth-century Western theorists of the sign, Charles Sanders Peirce and Ferdinand de Saussure (and their followers), in order to develop an "icotic" understanding of the tensions between habit and surprise in the activity of translating. The Dao of Translation will interest linguists and translation scholars. This book will also engage researchers of ancient Chinese philosophy and provide Western scholars with a thought-provoking cross-examination of Eastern and Western perspectives.
📒Daoism ✍ James Miller
✏Daoism Book Summary : Spanning the centuries and crossing the globe, this engaging introduction covers everything Daoist, from the religion of the ancients to 21st century T’ai Chi and meditation. Complete with a timeline of Daoist history and a full glossary, Daoism: A Beginner's Guide will prove invaluable not only to students, but also to general readers who wish to learn more about Daoism’s role and relevance in our fast-moving 21st century existence. James Miller is Assistant Professor of East Asian Traditions at Queen's University, Kingston, Canada.
📒Pedagogies And Curriculums To Re Imagine Public Education ✍ Encarna Rodríguez
✏Pedagogies and Curriculums to Re imagine Public Education Book Summary : This book discusses current market-based educational discourses and how they have undermined the notion of “the public” in public education by allowing private visions of education to define the public democratic imagination. Against this discouraging background, this text embraces Freire’s understanding of hope as an ontological need and calls for finding new public grounds for our public imagination. It further articulates Freire’s mandate to unveil historically concrete practices to sustain democratic educational visions, no matter how difficult this task may be, by (1) presenting an indepth description of the pedagogies and curriculums of eleven schools across historical and geographical locations that have worked or are still working with disenfranchised communities and that have publicly hoped for a better future for their students, and by (2) reflecting on how the stories of these schools offer us new opportunities to rethink our own pedagogical commitment to public visions of education. To promote this reflection, this book offers the notion of publicly imagined public education as a conceptual tool to help understand the historical and discursive specificity of schools’ hopes and to (re)claim public schools as legitimate sites of public imagination.
📒Emotional Intelligence For Religious Leaders ✍ John Lee West
✏Emotional Intelligence for Religious Leaders Book Summary : Emotional Intelligence for Religious Leaders draws on the latest research in business, psychology, and theology to offer religious leaders the information and tools they need to increase their emotional intelligence and enhance their relationships, communication and conflict management skills, spirituality, and overall well-being.
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📒The Tao Jones Averages ✍ Bennett W. Goodspeed
✏The Tao Jones Averages Book Summary : Mixes humor, common sense, psychology, and Taoist philosophy in practical suggestions for applying bicameral thinking and Taoist principles to stock-market and investment considerations
📒Reference Librarianship ✍ Charles R. Anderson
✏Reference librarianship Book Summary : The serious commentary about running a library here is punctuated by real-life diary entries about what happens to defenseless reference librarians as they interact with the public. Anderson and Sprenkle, both practitioners, offer advice to libraries on directional questions, resources, technology, strange patrons, typical reference questions, poli.