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The Three Patriarchs of Confucianism By Peter M.K. Chan
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This book is an abridged and systematic reconstitution of what Confucius, Mencius, and Xun-zi had actually said about man, society, and government. It is a user-friendly version designed for students... More > and readers who are interested in Confucianism and its moral, social and political philosophy. A total of 131 pages with Chinese textual documentation, suitable for students of Chinese philosophy, culture, and language.< Less
The Six Patriarchs of Chinese Humanism By Peter M.K. Chan
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This book is designed for those who would like to know what Confucius, Moh-zi, Lao-zi, Zhuan-zi, Mencius, and Xun-zi had actually said about the problem of man and society, but were not able to get a... More > systematic view from their utterances on these same topics scattered here and there in the ancient texts where their actual words are found. It is to show that when many of their utterances on one and the same topic are gathered to roost, what these patriarchs of Chinese humanism had in mind were in fact more comprehensive and engaging than any secondary material is able to duplicate. A total of 249 pages with Chinese textual documentation, suitable for students of Chinese philosophy, culture and language.< Less
The History of Joseph the Patriarch by Saint Ephraim By Rev. Shmuel Dawid
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St. Ephraim or Mar Aprim was born in 303 in Nisibis. He is considered one of the greatest poet-theologians of the Christian Church. He wrote hundreds of hymns, poems, and prose works which survive... More > today in their original Syriac as well as in translations into Greek, Latin, Armenian and many other languages. In honor of his many contributions, he is known as the “Malpana Raba” or the Great Doctor of the Syriac speaking/using churches. Among his many works is a poem in 12 parts on the life of Joseph, the Old Testament Patriarch. The original Syriac text was edited and published by Paul Bedjan in 1891. This volume presents a modern Assyrian translation by Qasha Shmuel Dawid (1872-1930) that was published in Chicago in 1925.< Less
Treasury of the Syriac Language - Volume II By Mar Touma Audo
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Mar Touma Audo was born in Alqosh in 1855. His uncle, Patriarch Yosip Audo took him to Rome where he pursued his higher education and was ordained to the priesthood. He returned to Mesopotamia and... More > served in several posts, including rector of the Seminary of St. John in Mosul. He became Archbishop of Urmia in 1892 where he served with distinction until his murder during the genocide in 1918. In addition to his monumental Syriac-Syriac lexicon, Treasury of the Syriac Language, he produced a grammar of the Modern Assyrian language and translations of several western religious works. Note that the contents of this book is entirely in the Syriac language.< Less
Treasury of the Syriac Language - Volume I By Mar Touma Audo
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Mar Touma Audo was born in Alqosh in 1855. His uncle, Patriarch Yosip Audo took him to Rome where he pursued his higher education and was ordained to the priesthood. He returned to Mesopotamia and... More > served in several posts, including rector of the Seminary of St. John in Mosul. He became Archbishop of Urmia in 1892 where he served with distinction until his murder during the genocide in 1918. In addition to his monumental Syriac-Syriac lexicon, Treasury of the Syriac Language, he produced a grammar of the Modern Assyrian language and translations of several western religious works. Note that the contents of this book is entirely in the Syriac language.< Less
Sexism in the Industry of Medicine By Amanda Feldman
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Despite vast improvements in not only medical technology, but the ways in which research and treatment are utilized, the institution of healthcare is still fundamentally a gendered product of... More > patriarchal ideology which seeks to dichotomize men and women. The principle objective of this research is to evaluate language, methods, treatments, patient bias, health effects on the body, and the overall medicalization of the body into a dichotomy of separate functions, and therefore treatments, based on preconceived notions of masculinity and femininity.< Less
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The Pragmatic Confucianism of Xun-zi By Peter M.K. Chan
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Xun-zi (ca.298 – 238 BC) was the third patriarch of Confucianism, known also to be the most eminent thinker and scholar of his day. This ebook is an abridged and systematic reconstitution of... More > his words as they appear in the Book of Xun-zi. It highlights his challenge to the then popular anthropomorphic view of Heaven; his foray into the epistemological and problematic aspects of the human mind; as well as his theory on society and government, including the organizational aspects of public administration. It also explains why he was at odds with Mencius over the inborn nature of man. A total of 65 pages with Chinese textual documentation, suitable for students of Chinese philosophy, culture, and language.< Less
Histoire Complete de Joseph By Mar Ephrem
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St. Ephraim or Mar Aprim was born in 303 in Nisibis. He is considered one of the greatest poet-theologians of the Christian Church. He wrote hundreds of hymns, poems, and prose works which survive... More > today in their original Syriac as well as in translations into Greek, Latin, Armenian and many other languages. In honor of his many contributions, he is known as the “Malpana Raba” or the Great Doctor of the Syriac speaking/using churches. Among his many works is a poem in 12 parts on the life of Joseph, the Old Testament Patriarch. This volume contains the original Syriac text that was edited and published by Paul Bedjan in 1891.< Less
Yes! You Can Stay Young And Healthy Forever At No Cost And Without A Diet By Maximillien De Lafayette
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Published by Times Square Press, New York. Yes! You Can Stay Young And Healthy Forever At No Cost And Without A Diet. Just Use The Power of Your Mind. Lecture 119, Dirasaat 1969. Aaba means longevity... More > in Ana’kh and Ulemite languages. The Anunnaki’s primordial interaction with the early human beings in Phoenicia, Mesopotamia and Sumer created the longevity of many kings in the Near/Middle East, including the Biblical Patriarchs. “If longevity enables us to live many long years but also allows our body to age, then longevity is worthless” said Ulema Wu Lin. And he added: “We should live many many years, but we should stay and look young…not older than 37, otherwise no reason to live longer just to get older, and ending up losing our youth…we have to stay as young as possible, and look as young as possible…” Is it possible? The< Less