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The Pattern Which Connects: Batesonian Holism & Postmodern Science By Roy C. Dudgeon
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The Pattern Which Connects is a philosophical discussion of the relationship between anthropology, ecology and postmodernism. Dr. Dudgeon describes the development of an eco-holist philosophy and the... More > manner in which Batesonian holism can be derived from the works of Ludwig Wittgenstein and related philosophers of mind and language. The result is a postmodern science of ecology designed as a critique of modern science and society.< Less
The Pattern Which Connects: Batesonian Holism & Postmodern Science By Roy C. Dudgeon
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The Pattern Which Connects is a philosophical discussion of the relationship between anthropology, ecology and postmodernism. Dr. Dudgeon describes the development of an eco-holist philosophy and the... More > manner in which Batesonian holism can be derived from the works of Ludwig Wittgenstein and related philosophers of mind and language. The result is a postmodern science of ecology designed as a critique of modern science and society.< Less
Postmodern Fragments: Writings on Work, Technology and Contemporary Living By Christopher Nosnibor
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Postmodern Fragments: Writings on Work, Technology and Contemporary Living' is a collection of essays and short works of fiction, all of which share the common themes of life in the (post)modern... More > society. From the cut-and-paste repetitions of 'The Worker' to the thought-provoking social excavations of 'At Home He's a Tourist: Reconsidering the Postmodern Condition,' this captures Nosnibor at his best and is an essential read for anyone with an interest in contemporary fiction and culture. Some of the pieces contained herein have surfaced in various locations on the Internet, ranging from Christopher's blogs to underground e-zines: others are available for the first time here.< Less
Postmodern Fragments: Writings on Work, Technology and Contemporary Living By Christopher Nosnibor
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'Postmodern Fragments: Writings on Work, Technology and Contemporary Living' is a collection of essays and short works of fiction, all of which share the common themes of life in the (post)modern... More > society. From the cut-and-paste repetitions of 'The Worker' to the thought-provoking social excavations of 'At Home He's a Tourist: Reconsidering the Postmodern Condition,' this captures Nosnibor at his best and is an essential read for anyone with an interest in contemporary fiction and culture. Some of the pieces contained herein have surfaced in various locations on the Internet, ranging from Christopher's blogs to underground e-zines: others are available for the first time here.< Less
Modern Post-Modern or Something Else By Sevinc Kurt
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This book is about the existing architecture in Cyprus where individuals live in a society that reflects post-modern paradigms rather than modern ones. The existing built environment of the Cyprus... More > island has many different reflections of the structure of its society. This book focuses on the effects of recent development on the residential architecture of Cyprus and its pre-modern/modern/post-modern parameters. It also discusses the social and cultural aspects of present-day architectural dynamics in order to create quality spaces for living and to transfer the daily experiences to these spaces properly. The discussions will be held in a framework that combines many related features of identity such as cultural formations, ideologies, social structures, economy, characteristics of environment, and so on.< Less
Modern Post-Modern or Something Else By Sevinc Kurt
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This book is about the existing architecture in Cyprus where individuals live in a society that reflects post-modern paradigms rather than modern ones. The existing built environment of the Cyprus... More > island has many different reflections of the structure of its society. This book focuses on the effects of recent development on the residential architecture of Cyprus and its pre-modern/modern/post-modern parameters. It also discusses the social and cultural aspects of present-day architectural dynamics in order to create quality spaces for living and to transfer the daily experiences to these spaces properly. The discussions will be held in a framework that combines many related features of identity such as cultural formations, ideologies, social structures, economy, characteristics of environment, and so on.< Less
Four Stewardship Initiatives for the Post-Modern Church By Jason Lewis
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Four Stewardship Initiatives for the Post-Modern Church
Preaching Christ in a Post-Modern World By Dr. Timothy J. Keller & Dr. Edmund Clowney
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This is the syllabus notes from the RTS class on preaching. It is intended for use with the RTS Seminar Series of the same name available on iTunes.
The Gender Paradox: Discrimination and Disparities In the Postmodern Era By Zachary Elliott
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Explore the origins of sex and gender through a scientific lens and understand social constructionism, its reliance on regressive gender stereotypes, and its pathological doctrines. Social... More > constructionist theory tells us that boys and girls are not born different but are rather made different through socialization. Yet something strange has happened: Across the world’s most gender-equal liberal democracies, the differences between men and women have not gone away. Paradoxically, gender differences in personality, interests, and occupational preferences have grown larger. This should not be happening. If men and women are made different through socialization, shouldn’t the most gender-equal societies be, after all, gender-equal? Gender, like the Penrose Triangle, is an optical illusion. Many people think they know its properties, but it’s wildly deceptive. If we can just find the correct angle, then maybe we can observe gender’s actual properties, and with it, perhaps we can solve The Gender Paradox.< Less
The Gender Paradox: Discrimination and Disparities in the Postmodern Era By Zachary Elliott
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Explore the origins of sex and gender through a scientific lens and understand social constructionism, its reliance on regressive gender stereotypes, and its pathological doctrines. Social... More > constructionist theory tells us that boys and girls are not born different but are rather made different through socialization. Yet something strange has happened: Across the world’s most gender-equal liberal democracies, the differences between men and women have not gone away. Paradoxically, gender differences in personality, interests, and occupational preferences have grown larger. This should not be happening. If men and women are made different through socialization, shouldn’t the most gender-equal societies be, after all, gender-equal? Gender, like the Penrose Triangle, is an optical illusion. Many people think they know its properties, but it’s wildly deceptive. If we can just find the correct angle, then maybe we can observe gender’s actual properties, and with it, perhaps we can solve The Gender Paradox.< Less

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