By M. Festle
By M. Festle
By Joseph Margolis,Tom Rockmore
By Ian Tyrrell
In Crisis of the Wasteful Nation, Ian Tyrrell offers us a cohesive photo of Roosevelt’s engagement with the flora and fauna in addition to a compelling portrait of the way american citizens used, wasted, and nervous approximately average assets in a time of burgeoning empire. Countering conventional narratives that solid conservation as a basically household factor, Tyrrell indicates that the move had worldwide importance, taking part in a key function in household defense and in defining American pursuits all over the world. Tyrrell is going past Roosevelt to surround different conservation advocates and coverage makers, quite these engaged with shaping the nation’s fiscal and social policies—policies equipped on an figuring out of the significance of an important common resources. Crisis of the Wasteful Nation is a sweeping transnational paintings that blends environmental, financial, and imperial background right into a cohesive story of America’s fraught relationships with uncooked fabrics, different nations, and the animal kingdom.
By Matthias Beck
By Christine Yi Lai Luk
By Ervin Laszlo
• Explains how glossy technological know-how has rediscovered the Akashic box of perennial philosophy
• re-creation updates ongoing medical experiences, provides new study encouraged through the 1st version, and contains new case stories and a bit on animal telepathy
Mystics and sages have lengthy maintained that there exists an interconnecting cosmic box on the roots of truth that conserves and conveys details, a box often called the Akashic list. contemporary discoveries in vacuum physics convey that this Akashic box is actual and has its an identical in science’s zero-point box that underlies house itself. This box contains a refined sea of fluctuating energies from which all issues come up: atoms and galaxies, stars and planets, residing beings, or even recognition. This zero-point Akashic box is the consistent and enduring reminiscence of the universe. It holds the checklist of all that has occurred in the world and within the cosmos and relates it to all that's but to take place.
In Science and the Akashic Field, thinker and scientist Ervin Laszlo conveys the basic component to this knowledge box in language that's obtainable and transparent. From the realm of technology he confirms our inner most intuitions of the oneness of construction within the indispensable concept of every thing. we find that, as thinker William James acknowledged, “We are like islands within the sea, separate at the floor yet attached within the deep.”
By Martin Carrier,Alfred Nordmann
By Jeffrey R, Dr Wigelsworth
Selling technological know-how within the Age of Newton explores a frequently missed street within the popularization of technology. it's an research of ways ads in London newspapers (from nearly 1687 to 1727) enticed shoppers to buy items in relation to technological know-how: books, lecture sequence, and tools. London's readers have been one of the first in Europe to be uncovered to standard newspapers and the ads contained in them. This happened simply as technological know-how started to captivate the nation's mind's eye due, partly, to Isaac Newton's emerging reputation following the ebook of his Principia (1687). This distinct second permits us to determine how advertisements contributed to shaping the preliminary public reception of science.
This ebook fills a considerable hole in our figuring out of technology and the tradition within which it constructed via studying the medium of advertisements and its functionality within the discourse of either early-modern technological know-how and trade. It solutions questions resembling: what occurs to technological know-how as soon as it's a commodity; how are shoppers tempted to buy technology amidst a sea of different commodities; how is the interpreting public inspired to offer social popularity to evidence of nature; and the way did advertising campaigns craft newspapers readers right into a resource of validation for the goods of technology marketed? In an age the place the construction of medical wisdom more and more relied upon revenues to many instead of the endorsement of a unmarried prosperous client, advertising was once the most important to success.
By Manuel DeLanda
Now on hand within the Bloomsbury Revelations sequence, this version incorporates a new preface by way of Delanda, revisiting the subjects of his publication ten years on.
By Paul Rabinow,Anthony Stavrianakis