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By Stefan Rebenich
Stefan Rebenich, einer der führenden deutschen Wissenschaftshistoriker, hat in jahrelanger Quellenarbeit die Geschichte des Verlags C.H.Beck erforscht. Nun beschreibt er in seinem Buch die wechselvollen Entwicklungen des traditionsreichen Unternehmens von seinen Anfängen im schwäbisch-protestantischen Milieu zu einem der führenden geisteswissenschaftlichen Verlage der Gegenwart. Es wird deutlich, dass im Laufe der Jahrhunderte die Autoren und Werke, die bei C.H.Beck verlegt werden, gleichsam die intellektuellen Entwicklungen Deutschlands abbilden. Dies gilt für die liberalen und nationalen Tendenzen während der ersten einhundertfünfzig Jahre des Verlags in König- und Kaiserreich, es gilt für die Zeit der Weimarer Republik und des Nationalsozialismus, und es gilt für den zum Programm erhobenen Versuch der Aufarbeitung deutscher Geschichte seit den siebziger Jahren des 20. Jahrhunderts.
By Y. Yovel
By Paul S George
Florida's history--the longest and one of the so much colourful of any state--has been voluminously recorded in books, monographs, newspaper bills, diaries and journals, memoirs, and letters. neighborhood libraries and information are full of money owed of Indian lifestyles, Spanish and British payment, and Florida's development and improvement as a country. This bibliographic research is the 1st to assemble those fabrics, delivering checks of the to be had assets in addition to discussions of particular data and collections.
The first element of the Guide contains fifteen historiographical essays on significant works and scholarly interpretions for every interval of Florida's historical past and for significant themes. The part surveys libraries and files that include vital collections in Florida heritage. Essays were contributed by way of thirty of Florida's best-known historians, archivists, librarians, and different students. A worthwhile source for researchers, scholars, genealogists, and the public, this e-book is an acceptable choice for reference collections in American, local, or Florida history.
By Jared Gardner
By Melanie Brooks
What does it take to put in writing a good memoir? And what occurs to us once we embark on that trip? Melanie Brooks sought counsel from the memoirists who such a lot moved her to reply to those questions. referred to as a vital e-book for artistic writers by means of Poets & Writers, Writing tough Stories is a distinct compilation of real tales concerning the loss of life of a accomplice, father or mother, or baby; approximately violence and shunning; and in regards to the means of writing. it's going to function a device for academics of writing and provides readers an intimate look at the lives of the authors they love.
Authors profiled in Writing difficult Stories: Andre Dubus III, Sue William Silverman, Michael Patrick MacDonald, Joan Wickersham, Kyoko Mori, Richard Hoffman, Suzanne Strempek Shea, Abigail Thomas, Monica wooden, Mark Doty, Edwidge Dantict, Marianne Leone, Jerald Walker, Kate Bornstein, Jessica Handler, Richard Blanco, Alysia Abbott, and Kim Stafford
Insights from Writing challenging Stories
“Why we pastime jointly to put in writing a publication or paint a canvas or write a symphony...is to appreciate who we're as people, and it’s that shared wisdom that by some means is helping us to survive.”—Richard Blanco
“Here’s what you must comprehend: your brothers [or kinfolk or acquaintances] are going to have their very own tales to inform. You don’t need to inform the family tale. you might want to inform your tale of being in that family.”—Andre Dubus III
“We all desire a approach to show or make anything out of reviews that another way don't have any that means. If what you will have is readability and which means, you might want to holiday the secrets and techniques over your knee and make whatever of these ingredients.”—Abigail Thomas
“What we take into account and the way we bring it to mind quite tells us how we turned who we became.”—Michael Patrick MacDonald
“The cause I write memoir is in an effort to see the event itself...I rarely understand what i feel until eventually I write...Writing is how to manage your existence, provide it a body, supply it a constitution, that you should particularly see what it used to be that happened.”—Sue William Silverman
“After it slow within the technique, you could have far and also you begin deliberating it as a tale, now not as your story...It was once a private grief, yet now not personal...[It’s] anything that has not only occurred to me and my relations, yet whatever that’s occurred within the world.”—Edwidge Danticat
“Tibetan Buddhists think that eloquence is the telling of a fact in this type of manner that it eases suffering...The extra affliction that's eased via your telling of the reality, the extra eloquent you're. That’s all you could quite desire for—being eloquent in that model. All you'll want to do is reply to your tale in truth, and that’s the ideal.”—Kate Bornstein
“You can by no means fullyyt redeem the event. You can’t make it now not harm anymore. yet you can also make it attractive sufficient in order that there’s anything to stability it within the different scale. And in the event you remember that observe beautiful as no longer unavoidably pretty, then you’re getting with regards to spotting the integrative energy of restoring the stability, that's restoring the truth.”—Richard Hoffman
By Wolfgang Neuser
Das net, elektronische Medien und intelligente Wissenssysteme haben unseren Umgang mit Wissen grundlegend verändert – und mit ihm unsere traditionellen Begriffe von Wissen und Rationalität. Wolfgang Neuser, Philosophieprofessor an der TU Kaiserslautern, stellt in seiner begriffstheoretischen Untersuchung einen Wissensbegriff vor, der einen neuen Schlüssel zum Verständnis ideengeschichtlicher Epochen, kultureller Traditionen und Konflikte in traditionellen und nichttraditionellen Entwicklungsphasen einer Gesellschaft liefert: Wissen ist ein sich selbst organisierendes und stabilisierendes process, in dem der Mensch seine Mittelpunktstellung als denkendes Subjekt verloren hat: used to be von den menschlichen Akteuren bleibt, ist das Individuum, das sein individuelles Wissen aus der Interaktion mit Allgemeinwissen bezieht.