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Who Regulates Worship? By Scott Aniol
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One of the most widely debated issues in churches today revolves around the subject of worship. What does worship that is acceptable to God look like? What is the substance of acceptable worship?... More > What elements are included in acceptable worship? Can we use drama in worship? What about elaborate ceremonies and rituals? What kinds of forms may be used in acceptable worship? Can we use instruments to accompany singing? Is it acceptable to use pop forms of music in our worship? This booklet seeks to answer that question.< Less
Who Regulates Worship? By Scott Aniol
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One of the most widely debated issues in churches today revolves around the subject of worship. What does worship that is acceptable to God look like? What is the substance of acceptable worship?... More > What elements are included in acceptable worship? Can we use drama in worship? What about elaborate ceremonies and rituals? What kinds of forms may be used in acceptable worship? Can we use instruments to accompany singing? Is it acceptable to use pop forms of music in our worship? This booklet seeks to answer that question.< Less
PRINCIPLES OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION By DANIEL DELEANU
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The aim of this book is to show that the field of education is not originally a realm of pedagogical rules and regulations, but rather a realm of philosophical principles; that fundamentally all... More > dimensions of cognition have the structure of philosophical inquiry; and that it is therefore possible to conceive education as a contrapuntal meditation not only on the real, but also on the imaginary. In order to carry out this aim, five different philosophical disciplines have been kept in mind: epistemology, logic, ontology, teleology, and ethics. What unites these is the phenomenology employed by the author, who always speaks out of, and towards, experience. Thus, this is not just a book about the philosophy of education, but also an original philosophical text on the philosophy of education, and, last but not least, a philosophical guide to educational experience: to the experience of learning itself.< Less
PRINCIPLES OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION By DANIEL DELEANU
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The aim of this book is to show that the field of education is not originally a realm of pedagogical rules and regulations, but rather a realm of philosophical principles; that fundamentally all... More > dimensions of cognition have the structure of philosophical inquiry; and that it is therefore possible to conceive education as a contrapuntal meditation not only on the real, but also on the imaginary. In order to carry out this aim, five different philosophical disciplines have been kept in mind: epistemology, logic, ontology, teleology, and ethics. What unites these is the phenomenology employed by the author, who always speaks out of, and towards, experience. Thus, this is not just a book about the philosophy of education, but also an original philosophical text on the philosophy of education, and, last but not least, a philosophical guide to educational experience: to the experience of learning itself.< Less
Principles of Philosophy of Education By Daniel Deleanu
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The aim of this book is to demonstrate within a Kantian system of reference that the field of education is not originally a realm of pedagogical and andragogical rules and regulations, but rather a... More > realm of various philosophical principles; that fundamentally all dimensions of cognition have the structure of philosophical inquiry; and that it is therefore possible to conceive education as a contrapuntal meditation not only on the real, but also on the imaginary. In order to carry out this aim, five different philosophical disciplines have been kept in mind: epistemology, logic, ontology, teleology, and ethics. What unites these is the phenomenology employed by the author, who always speaks out of, and towards, experience. Therefore, this is not just a book about philosophy of education, but also a book on meta-philosophy of education, that is, a philosophical text on philosophy of education and, last but not least, a philosophical guide to educational experience – to the experience of learning itself.< Less
Inherent Self-Regulation By J.R. Lambert
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Inherent Self-Regulation is an introductory textbook for persons interested in knowing more about the fundamental operating concepts of process controls. The text introduces the components and... More > collective operating principles of negative feedback control loops. Topical coverage includes sensors and transmitters, standard signal ranges, control loop calibration, error signal generation, continuous control operations of proportional, integral and derivative operating modes, transducers, final control elements and typical industrial processes. Mathematics through Calculus is beneficial but not required as this text was written to support a more qualitative course in contemporary controls. Calculus forms the focus of the second half of the text but again, from a more descriptive than analytical perspective. Controller tuning and fault diagnosis (trouble-shooting) is also discussed.< Less
Militia Standards and Principles of the Light Foot By Jeffrey Stankiewicz
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Do you want to form a constitutional militia in your county? Here is a proven step-by-step method to guide you in organizing your neighbors and friends into a "well regulated" militia unit!
An Assessment of Current Regulation of GMOs in the EU By Vasco Paskalev
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Vasco Paskalev argues that the regulation of GMOs in the EU is a shambles. The main problem lies in a very narrow conception of risk and safety. All the emphasis is wrongly on laboratory tests, and... More > evidence on the wider environmental effects is scant. Wider studies on the effects on consumption patterns or the cost pressures on non GM farmers are ignored. In addition, experts supplant the proper role of the political institutions, and the precautionary principle is rendered inoperative. Paskalev proposes specific legal amendments to remedy these faults.< Less
Biotechnology Principles & Processes “Good Lab Practice” By Professor Ali H Altimimi
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With the advent of PCR, chemical DNA synthesis, DNA sequencing, monoclonal antibodies, directed mutagenesis, genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics, our understanding of and ability to manipulate the... More > biological world have grown exponentially. When the applications of recombinant DNA was published in 1994, nearly all of the transgenic organisms that were produced included only a single introduced gene. Just 25 years later, it is not uncommon for researchers to engineer organisms by modifying both the activity and the regulation of existing genes while at the same time introducing entire new pathways. Today, advanced biotechnology has given us several hundred new therapeutic agents, with many more in the pipeline, as well as dozens of transgenic plants. The use of DNA has become a cornerstone of modern forensics, paternity testing, and ancestry determination. Several new recombinant vaccines have been developed, with many more on the horizon.< Less
The Social Contract, or Principles of Political Right (Du Contrat Social) By Jean-Jacques Rousseau
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The stated aim of the Social Contract is to determine whether there can be a legitimate political authority. In order to accomplish more and remove himself from the state of nature, man must enter... More > into a Social Contract with others. In this social contract, everyone will be free because they all forfeit the same amount of rights and impose the same duties on all. Rousseau also argues that it is illogical for a man to surrender his freedom for slavery; and so, the participants must be free. Furthermore, although the contract imposes new laws, especially those safeguarding and regulating property, a person can exit it at any time (except in a time of need, for this is desertion), and is again as free as when he was born.< Less

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