New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky captures the magic and truth of love in this delightful tale, first published in 1983, of opposites attracting.
Author: Barbara Delinsky
Publisher: Harper Collins
New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky captures the magic and truth of love in this delightful tale, first published in 1983, of opposites attracting. A controversial Boston radio talk-show host, Monica Grant is a strong, willful, and independent woman. She wants an equally strong man. Someone like the heroes in the romance novels she's addicted to . . . someone like Michael Shaw. A cop with the heart of a poet, Michael is looking for that special someone, too—an old-fashioned, feminine woman. And for some reason he thinks Monica just might be the one. By turns infuriatingly chauvinistic and irresistibly attractive, Michael demands something from Monica that she doesn't know if she can give—or even wants to. With Michael, can she find the happy ending of her own love story?
A CANDLELIGHT ECSTASY ROMANCE 106 INTIMATE STRANGERS , Denise
Mathews 107 BRAND OF PASSION , Shirley Hart 108 WILD ROSES , Sheila
Paulos 109 WHERE THE RIVER BENDS , Jo Calloway 110 PASSION ' S PRICE
Author: Bonnie Drake
Monica Grant, a radio interviewer famous for her criticism of the actions of the police, finds herself falling in love with the handsome policeman, Michael Shaw
The Passion and Illusions . Here are people who fancy they have visions . Such
fancies are * dangerous , for through them the devil seeks to deceive ; he does
not proceed hurriedly , but quietly , the better to ensnare poor , foolish heads .
Author: Saint Paolo Della Croce
Author: Victor Daminato
Category: Constitutional law
A great admirer of Kant, he utilized Kant's notion of the phenomenal world to
adopt the Buddhist idea that the world is illusion. Schopenhauer was perhaps the
first great philosopher to import wholesale the ancient teachings of Asia, and the
Author: Robert C. Solomon
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
A multicultural examination of the three historical movements in philosophical thought and development over a 4000 year period
Collective passion is an infinitely stronger impetus to crime and lies than any
individual passion. If a single collective passion takes hold of a country, the entire
country is unanimous in crime. At the moment when a people becomes aware of
Author: David Levi Strauss
Publisher: Mit Press
Reports from America's political crisis, exposing a new "iconopolitics," in which words and images lose their connection to reality. The political crisis that sneaked up on America--the rise of Trump and Trumpism--has revealed the rot at the core of American exceptionalism. Recent changes in the way words and images are produced and received have made the current surreality possible; communication through social media, by design, maximizes attention and minimizes scrutiny. In Co-Illusion, the noted writer on art, photography, and politics David Levi Strauss bears witness to the new "iconopolitics" in which words and images lose their connection to reality. The collusion that fueled Trump's rise was the secret agreement of voters and media consumers--their "co-illusion"--to set aside the social contract. Strauss offers dispatches from the epicenter of our constitutional earthquake, writing first from the 2016 Democratic and Republican conventions and then from the campaign. After the election, he switches gears, writing in the voices of the regime and of those complicit in its actions--from the thoughts of the President himself ("I am not a mistake. I am not a fluke, or a bug in the system. I am the System") to the reflections of a nameless billionaire tech CEO whose initials may or may not be M. Z. Finally, Strauss shows us how we might repair the damage to the public imaginary after Trump exits the scene. Photographs by celebrated documentary photographers Susan Meiselas and Peter van Agtmael accompany the texts.
A Certain Illusion Peter Rawlings, Denis Flannery. A little later on James
discusses Miriam ' in the uplifted state to which sacrifice and submissions loom
large , but loom so just because they must write sympathy , write passion large ' (
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Author: Peter Rawlings
Category: Literary Criticism
The success of a work of art, to my mind, may be measured by the degree to which it produces a certain illusion; that makes it appear to us that we have lived another life, that we have had a miraculous enlargement of experience. Henry James A concept of 'illusion' was fundamental to the theory and practice of literary representation in Henry James. This book offers readings of James' fictional and critical texts that are informed by the certainty of illusion, and links James' mode of illusion with a number of concerns that have marked novel criticism in both the recent and not-so-recent past: gender, publicity, realism, aesthetics and passion, cults of authorial personality, the narrative construction of the future, and absorption. Flannery addresses each of these concerns through close engagement with particular texts: The Portrait of a Lady, The Tragic Muse, The Wings of the Dove, and some other less familiar texts. Although cognizant of debates that have raged around James as he is read both by 'radical' and 'traditional' critics, this book's primary focus is on the specific nuances of James' texts and the interpretive challenges and pleasures they offer.
... are risen from the dead , and liave appeared to mortal eyes ; but ought not I
sooner to suspect that these credulous and inflamed souls , whose thoughts
merely dwell upon the resurrection , are deceived by an illusion , which to them
Author: Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock
Illusions differ fronu delusions , for in an illusion though there is an appearance of
something before the mental vision or the ... If the expression of the face or the
attitude of the figure represents a passion , the idea of that passion is almost ...
It is also why he concluded Moral Man and Immoral Society with the widely cited
assertion that the illusion that humankind can achieve perfect justice is a
valuable illusion, even though it cannot withstand the scrutiny of reason.178
Author: Harlan Beckley
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
This valuable book explores how theology, ethics, and public policy are related in the thoughts and lives of Walter Rauschenbusch, John A. Ryan, and Reinhold Niebuhr--three individuals who have each had a great impact on Christian thinking about justice.
Moreover, 'passion' incorporated an explicitly social dimension: for Furet, political
'passions' were almost always collective. ... One of Furet's most famous concepts
– that of political 'illusion' – was dependent on the volatility of the passions.
Author: Emile Chabal
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Until the mid-20th century, France saw itself as a great power with universalist aspirations and global ambitions. But the Second World War and decolonisation irrevocably changed France's place in the world. Despite attempts to restore the country's 'grandeur' in the 1960s, the French have been forced to reconcile themselves to their modest place at the heart of a changing Europe. What impact has this had on political life? How have the French reimagined the revolutionary, republican and reactionary ideologies that have been so crucial to their history? How has the arrival of hundreds of thousands of postcolonial migrants transformed politics? These are just some of the questions at the heart of France since the 1970s. With contributions from leading specialists on topics as varied as the legacy of empire and neo-liberalism, it explores how the French have dealt with the pervasive sense of uncertainty that has become a defining feature of contemporary European politics.
To these Mme du Châtelet adds her personal plea for a place for passion and
illusion . was esteemed by many , in particular by those who let the head rule the
heart . It is more surprising to find that the experience of passion also matters ...
... and passions ; ( c ) P etite in proper form to confess one ' s breach of the rules
before the Buddha and seek remission . ... passion or illusion ceases of itself ; ( b
) 7 | with realization of the doctrine that all is unreal , evil karma ceases to arise ...
Author: William Edward Soothill
Publisher: Psychology Press
Category: Social Science
This invaluable interpretive tool, first published in 1937, is now available for the first time in a paperback edition specially aimed at students of Chinese Buddhism. Those who have endeavoured to read Chinese texts apart from the apprehension of a Sanskrit background have generally made a fallacious interpretation, for the Buddhist canon is basically translation, or analogous to translation. In consequence, a large number of terms existing are employed approximately to connote imported ideas, as the various Chinese translators understood those ideas. Various translators invented different terms; and, even when the same term was finally adopted, its connotation varied, sometimes widely, from the Chinese term of phrase as normally used by the Chinese. For instance, klésa undoubtedly has a meaning in Sanskrit similar to that of, i.e. affliction, distress, trouble. In Buddhism affliction (or, as it may be understood from Chinese, the afflicters, distressers, troublers) means passions and illusions; and consequently fan-nao in Buddhist phraseology has acquired this technical connotation of the passions and illusions. Many terms of a similar character are noted in the body of this work. Consequent partly on this use of ordinary terms, even a well-educated Chinese without a knowledge of the technical equivalents finds himself unable to understand their implications.
There is no one by pretending to hallucinations and illusions . suffers such
terrible hallucinations as the man When ignorant ... living in the domination , in
the blindness of the mind here in Montreal , well known to some of the by passion
Fourier believed that the social order of his time ran counter to three of the most
important and fundamental human passions , the Cabalist passion or passion for
intrigue , the Butterfly passion or passion for variety , and the Composite passion
Author: Harry Burrows Acton
Category: Political Science
Written nearly fifty years ago, at a time when the world was still wrestling with the concepts of Marx and Lenin, The Illusion of the Epoch is the perfect resource for understanding the roots of Marxism-Leninism and its implications for philosophy, modern political thought, economics, and history. As Professor Tim Fuller has written, this "is not an intemperate book, but rather an effort at a sustained, scholarly argument against Marxian views.” Far from demonizing his subject, Acton scrupulously notes where Marx’s account of historical and economic events and processes is essentially accurate. However, Acton also points out that Marx is generally right about things that were already widely known and accepted in his own time and indeed had been long understood in the nineteenth century. On the other hand, Acton shows that in many cases Marx either is simply wrong or has stated his views so as to render his theories immune to disproof. Acton also explains why the embodiment of Marxist-Leninist theory in an actual social order would require coercive support if it were not, sooner or later, to collapse of its own contradictions. H.B. Acton (1908-1974) taught at Bedford College (London), the University of Edinburgh, and the University of Chicago; was editor of Philosophy, the influential journal of the British Royal Institute of Philosophy; and wrote, among other books, The Morals of Markets (1971; Liberty Fund, 1993) and The Philosophy of Language in Revolutionary France (1959). Click here for a pdf of a brochure featuring The Illusion of Epoch
In the modern day , the mode of passion is considered the best standard of
happiness . Everyone feverishly tries to enjoy his senses . forget our original
identity and characteristics . This condition is called māyā , illusion . Because of
This general conception of love, of its possibilities, limits, and dangers, can be
restated as a hierarchy of forms of love, increasingly disengaged from illusion
about the beloved and about the nature of love itself. The higher you climb in this
Author: Roberto Mangabeira Unger
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Examines the modern view of human nature and analyzes the desire to be accepted by other people.
It's about giving the illusion of movement, not the replication of real movement.
For a commercial I had to copy Michael Jackson's Thriller, with some shop
mannequins coming to life after hours.The producers were keen for me to
replicate the ...
Author: Barry J C Purves
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Be inspired by award-winning animator Barry Purves' honest insight into the creative process of making stop motion animations, using his own classic films to illustrate every step along the way. With Barry's enthusiasm for puppets in all their many guises and in-depth interviews from some of the world's other leading practitioners, there is advice, inspiration and entertainment galore in Stop Motion: Passion, Process and Performance. And there's more! Many of the artists and craftsmen interviewed have contributed their own specially drawn illustrations - showing their inspirations, heroes and passion for their craft. These beautiful images help make the book a truly personal journey into the heart of the animation industry with broad appeal for anyone with a love of animation.
desperate illusion laid on a foundation of deceit and wrongdoing. Her heart
tightened painfully. She gasped and pressed the heel of her palm against the
shrinking organ. No. Not an illusion.Her love was deep and true— and
Author: Lisa Valdez
Young widow Passion Dare thought she'd never love again. But a handsome earl has been pursuing her—and after a lifetime of propriety, Passion ponders throwing caution to the wind. After several heady encounters, the pair must face blackmail, learn a shocking truth-and choose between duty and desire.
her, but only in such a way that the truth about us is said, and we liars must look
at “the reflection of our human reality divested of all illusion.” “This is how man
deals with God and therefore with man.. ..How canwerejoiceto see him?” — to
Author: Eberhard Busch
Publisher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Widely regarded as the twentieth century s greatest theologian, Karth Barth refocused the task of Christian theology and demonstrated its relevance to every domain of human life, from the spiritual to the social to the political. It is precisely the broad sweep of Barth s theology that makes a book like The Great Passion of such great value a succinct yet comprehensive introduction to Barth s entire theological program. Of the many people who write on the life and thought of Karl Barth, Eberhard Busch is uniquely placed. A world-renowned expert on Barth s theology, he also served as Barth s personal assistant from 1965 to 1968. As Busch explains, one cannot fully understand Barth the theologian apart from understanding Barth the man. In this book he weaves doctrine and biography into a superb presentation of Barth s complete work. Busch s purpose in this introduction is to guide readers through the main themes of the multivolume Church Dogmatics against the horizon of our own times and problems. In ten sections Busch clearly explains Barth s views on all of the major subject areas of systematic theology: the nature of revelation, Israel and Christology, the Trinity and the doctrine of predestination, the problem of religion, gospel and law, creation, salvation, the Holy Spirit, ecclesiology, and eschatology. A distinctive feature of the book is the way Busch lets Barth speak for himself, often through surprising quotations and paraphrases. Busch also shows how Barth s writing should be read as a dialogue, constantly and consciously engaging other voices past and present, both inside and outside the church. Most important, The Great Passion demonstrates that Barth s thought is still remarkably helpful today.