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Let Us Compare Mythologies - Leonard Cohen  Gebunden
Let Us Compare Mythologies - Leonard Cohen Gebunden

In honor of the 50th anniversary of its original publication Ecco presents a facsimile edition of Leonard Cohens first collection of poetry LET US COMPARE MYTHOLOGIES.

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Relazione Di Coppia E Malattia Cardiaca - Angelo Compare  Kartoniert (TB)
Relazione Di Coppia E Malattia Cardiaca - Angelo Compare Kartoniert (TB)

È noto che la relazione di coppia abbia numerose conseguenze positive sulla salute cardiaca delle persone che vi sono coinvolte: si riscontra per esempio un minor tasso di mortalità dopo un infarto del miocardio e una migliore aderenza ai programmi di riabilitazione. Nella vita a due tuttavia non esistono solo risvolti positivi. Una relazione di coppia può infatti essere considerata un fattore di rischio comune e importante che può generare condizioni come depressione ostilità e reattività cardiovascolare. Questo volume presenta un quadro esaustivo e dettagliato del problema e aiuta a comprendere come la relazione di coppia possa diventare un fattore che aumenta il rischio cardiaco o peggiora la prognosi dopo un evento acuto per esempio un infarto. Vengono quindi forniti gli strumenti utili a interpretare e a intervenire su quegli aspetti di una relazione di coppia che possono ridurre il rischio e rinforzare i fattori protettivi.

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Anchor Compact / How To Analyze And Compare Scenarios? : Evaluation Of Scenarios Dealing With The Future Of Our Energy System: Desertec  Eu-Roadmap 20
Anchor Compact / How To Analyze And Compare Scenarios? : Evaluation Of Scenarios Dealing With The Future Of Our Energy System: Desertec Eu-Roadmap 20

Right now our energy system is highly dependent on fossil sources. This dependency causes two major problems: First it causes the scarcity of these non-renewable energy sources and climate change. There are two alternatives to fossil energy sources that are on the one hand nuclear energy and on the other hand renewable energy sources. The process of nuclear energy is fascinating for the energy outcome of one kilogram of uranium equals the stored energy of about 3.000 tons of coal. Nuclear energy can reduce the problems that cause climate change for the process is carbon neutral but it leads to several other problems as nuclear proliferation incidents and the unsolved problem of waste disposal. Renewable energy sources are carbon neutral and by definition renewable and therefore they could solve both major problems of the energy sector. Right now the drawbacks are at first that most of them are not competitive and need to be subsidized by governments and second the technical challenge to store the produced energy. It is easy to understand that the future of the energy sector is highly uncertain and that under these circumstances tools are of no use as far as they are extrapolating past trends. In the last years several energy scenarios have been conducted in order to display the major uncertainties. It is not surprising that the results are strongly varying and therefore the results lead to the question of the characteristics and the quality of the scenarios. But there has been no analysis of the characteristics and the quality of energy scenarios so far. However the author analyzes these in this study. The author begins with a short introduction about the history of scenarios and continues with the development of a general framework of the scenario development process. Further he lists its possible variations. The scenario typology that consists of 15 variables that can be used to examine the characteristics and the quality of scenarios is then applied at a total of 5 scenarios. The sample of scenarios was chosen to display the broad range of different scenario developers. It consists of the DESERTEC scenario of a charitable trust the EU-Roadmap 2050 of a political institution the Greenpeace [R]evolution of an NGO the World Energy Outlook of an intergovernmental institution and the Shell Energy scenarios of a company that deal within the energy sector.

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Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2003 in the subject Communications - Media and Politics, Politic Communications, grade: 84, University of Leeds (Communication and Cultural Studies), course: Advanced Cultural Production and Policy, language: English, abstract: The early internet, whose invention some authors compare to the revolution the exploitation of the power of steam brought about, was developed in the US in an university and military context and mainly financed by ARPA, the US Department of Defence Research Agency. In the 1970s in the US thought was given to the need to back up computing systems in case of nuclear attack which resulted in yoking the machines together, which then formed part of what we today call the internet. Its development from there has been viewed as being in the hands of its users. The fundamental principles of the internet were ¿free circulation of information, belief in the productiveness of confrontation and interaction, autonomy, and individual responsibility¿. What is more, because the academic and countercultural computing cultures were made up of intellectuals, these cultures were able to produce accounts of themselves with some advocates highlighting the capacity of the internet to (re)establish community and foster local cultures.

In the following pages we will be looking at how the internet has altered existing social relations of production and consumption. It is being examined in how far the internet offers the opportunity ¿to challenge the authority of the producer, democratise production capability, and empower consumers¿ and in how far it remains a public space free of interference, both from government control and commercialism. (Mayer, Florian)
Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2003 in the subject Communications - Media and Politics, Politic Communications, grade: 84, University of Leeds (Communication and Cultural Studies), course: Advanced Cultural Production and Policy, language: English, abstract: The early internet, whose invention some authors compare to the revolution the exploitation of the power of steam brought about, was developed in the US in an university and military context and mainly financed by ARPA, the US Department of Defence Research Agency. In the 1970s in the US thought was given to the need to back up computing systems in case of nuclear attack which resulted in yoking the machines together, which then formed part of what we today call the internet. Its development from there has been viewed as being in the hands of its users. The fundamental principles of the internet were ¿free circulation of information, belief in the productiveness of confrontation and interaction, autonomy, and individual responsibility¿. What is more, because the academic and countercultural computing cultures were made up of intellectuals, these cultures were able to produce accounts of themselves with some advocates highlighting the capacity of the internet to (re)establish community and foster local cultures. In the following pages we will be looking at how the internet has altered existing social relations of production and consumption. It is being examined in how far the internet offers the opportunity ¿to challenge the authority of the producer, democratise production capability, and empower consumers¿ and in how far it remains a public space free of interference, both from government control and commercialism. (Mayer, Florian)

Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2003 in the subject Communications - Media and Politics, Politic Communications, grade: 84, University of Leeds (Communication and Cultural Studies), course: Advanced Cultural Production and Policy, language: English, abstract: The early internet, whose invention some authors compare to the revolution the exploitation of the power of steam brought about, was developed in the US in an university and military context and mainly financed by ARPA, the US Department of Defence Research Agency. In the 1970s in the US thought was given to the need to back up computing systems in case of nuclear attack which resulted in yoking the machines together, which then formed part of what we today call the internet. Its development from there has been viewed as being in the hands of its users. The fundamental principles of the internet were ¿free circulation of information, belief in the productiveness of confrontation and interaction, autonomy, and individual responsibility¿. What is more, because the academic and countercultural computing cultures were made up of intellectuals, these cultures were able to produce accounts of themselves with some advocates highlighting the capacity of the internet to (re)establish community and foster local cultures. In the following pages we will be looking at how the internet has altered existing social relations of production and consumption. It is being examined in how far the internet offers the opportunity ¿to challenge the authority of the producer, democratise production capability, and empower consumers¿ and in how far it remains a public space free of interference, both from government control and commercialism. , Bücher > Bücher & Zeitschriften , Auflage: 3. Auflage, Erscheinungsjahr: 20070930, Produktform: Kartoniert, Beilage: Paperback, Autoren: Mayer, Florian, Auflage: 07003, Auflage/Ausgabe: 3. Auflage, Seitenzahl/Blattzahl: 52, Keyword: Globalization; Globalisierung; Transnationals; Captialism; Demokratie; Democracy; PublicSphere, Warengruppe: HC/Medienwissenschaften/Sonstiges, Fachkategorie: Kommunikationswissenschaft, Text Sprache: eng, UNSPSC: 49019900, Warenverzeichnis für die Außenhandelsstatistik: 49019900, Verlag: GRIN Verlag, Länge: 210, Breite: 148, Höhe: 5, Gewicht: 90, Produktform: Kartoniert, Genre: Sozialwissenschaften/Recht/Wirtschaft, Genre: Sozialwissenschaften/Recht/Wirtschaft, eBook EAN: 9783638190640, Herkunftsland: DEUTSCHLAND (DE), Katalog: Gesamtkatalog, Katalog: Internationale Lagertitel, Katalog: internationale Titel, Katalog: Lagerartikel, Book on Demand, ausgew. Medienartikel, Unterkatalog: AK, Unterkatalog: Bücher, Unterkatalog: Hardcover,

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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,7, University of Osnabrück, language: English, abstract: Compared to other writers of his time, Shakespeare introduces an unusual amount of deep female characters in his comedies. His representation of women, in particular the ways in which his female roles are interpreted and put on stage, have become topics of scientific interest. Especially the young women often show vitality, great intelligence, and a strong sense of personal independence, which marks them as ¿queen[s] of comedy¿ (Palmer 72). Therefore, they are often referred to as Shakespeare¿s heroines.
In the following, I want to show their importance and point out that each heroine, although they all share character traits, has distinct and unique qualities. In doing so, I will occasionally refer to a secondary literature and involve positions of different critics. Though, my attention will be focussed on the plays treated in this research paper: A Midsummer Night¿s Dream, As You Like It, Much Ado About Nothing, The Tempest, and Twelfth Night. On the basis of these romantic comedies, I will analyse how the young women are presented and subsequently compare them among one another.
In the first part I will look at each heroine individually and introduce their plays. Then I will develop possible similarities between them: Beautiful but unworldly Miranda seems to be totally controlled by her father Prospero, but she shows a strong will in planning a shared future with Ferdinand and she is aware of her superiority to the savage Caliban. Hermiäs father similarly chooses her husband. With magic help, however, she and Helena manage to come together with the right partner. Moreover, Helena reveals that she believes in the transformative power of love (MND I.2, 233-4).
Viola in Twelfth Night is in a way almost the opposite of Rosalind in As You Like It, although both plays deal with a cross-dressed heroine. Whereas Rosalind can tease Orlando, always knowing that he is in love with her and being moreover able to reveal herself to him whenever she wants, Viola feels trapped in her disguise and has to work for the man she is in love with and even woo another woman on his behalf. Beatrice may not disguise herself in order to show her power like Rosalind, but she is nevertheless a strong female character: she marries only after asserting her dislike for the traditionally minor role of women in marriage and courtship in that time.[...] (Tebbe, Theo)
Bachelor Thesis from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,7, University of Osnabrück, language: English, abstract: Compared to other writers of his time, Shakespeare introduces an unusual amount of deep female characters in his comedies. His representation of women, in particular the ways in which his female roles are interpreted and put on stage, have become topics of scientific interest. Especially the young women often show vitality, great intelligence, and a strong sense of personal independence, which marks them as ¿queen[s] of comedy¿ (Palmer 72). Therefore, they are often referred to as Shakespeare¿s heroines. In the following, I want to show their importance and point out that each heroine, although they all share character traits, has distinct and unique qualities. In doing so, I will occasionally refer to a secondary literature and involve positions of different critics. Though, my attention will be focussed on the plays treated in this research paper: A Midsummer Night¿s Dream, As You Like It, Much Ado About Nothing, The Tempest, and Twelfth Night. On the basis of these romantic comedies, I will analyse how the young women are presented and subsequently compare them among one another. In the first part I will look at each heroine individually and introduce their plays. Then I will develop possible similarities between them: Beautiful but unworldly Miranda seems to be totally controlled by her father Prospero, but she shows a strong will in planning a shared future with Ferdinand and she is aware of her superiority to the savage Caliban. Hermiäs father similarly chooses her husband. With magic help, however, she and Helena manage to come together with the right partner. Moreover, Helena reveals that she believes in the transformative power of love (MND I.2, 233-4). Viola in Twelfth Night is in a way almost the opposite of Rosalind in As You Like It, although both plays deal with a cross-dressed heroine. Whereas Rosalind can tease Orlando, always knowing that he is in love with her and being moreover able to reveal herself to him whenever she wants, Viola feels trapped in her disguise and has to work for the man she is in love with and even woo another woman on his behalf. Beatrice may not disguise herself in order to show her power like Rosalind, but she is nevertheless a strong female character: she marries only after asserting her dislike for the traditionally minor role of women in marriage and courtship in that time.[...] (Tebbe, Theo)

Bachelor Thesis from the year 2008 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,7, University of Osnabrück, language: English, abstract: Compared to other writers of his time, Shakespeare introduces an unusual amount of deep female characters in his comedies. His representation of women, in particular the ways in which his female roles are interpreted and put on stage, have become topics of scientific interest. Especially the young women often show vitality, great intelligence, and a strong sense of personal independence, which marks them as ¿queen[s] of comedy¿ (Palmer 72). Therefore, they are often referred to as Shakespeare¿s heroines. In the following, I want to show their importance and point out that each heroine, although they all share character traits, has distinct and unique qualities. In doing so, I will occasionally refer to a secondary literature and involve positions of different critics. Though, my attention will be focussed on the plays treated in this research paper: A Midsummer Night¿s Dream, As You Like It, Much Ado About Nothing, The Tempest, and Twelfth Night. On the basis of these romantic comedies, I will analyse how the young women are presented and subsequently compare them among one another. In the first part I will look at each heroine individually and introduce their plays. Then I will develop possible similarities between them: Beautiful but unworldly Miranda seems to be totally controlled by her father Prospero, but she shows a strong will in planning a shared future with Ferdinand and she is aware of her superiority to the savage Caliban. Hermiäs father similarly chooses her husband. With magic help, however, she and Helena manage to come together with the right partner. Moreover, Helena reveals that she believes in the transformative power of love (MND I.2, 233-4). Viola in Twelfth Night is in a way almost the opposite of Rosalind in As You Like It, although both plays deal with a cross-dressed heroine. Whereas Rosalind can tease Orlando, always knowing that he is in love with her and being moreover able to reveal herself to him whenever she wants, Viola feels trapped in her disguise and has to work for the man she is in love with and even woo another woman on his behalf. Beatrice may not disguise herself in order to show her power like Rosalind, but she is nevertheless a strong female character: she marries only after asserting her dislike for the traditionally minor role of women in marriage and courtship in that time.[...] , Bücher > Bücher & Zeitschriften , Auflage: 2. Auflage, Erscheinungsjahr: 20080929, Produktform: Kartoniert, Beilage: Paperback, Autoren: Tebbe, Theo, Auflage: 08002, Auflage/Ausgabe: 2. Auflage, Seitenzahl/Blattzahl: 48, Keyword: Comedy; tempest; Asyoulikeit; Muchadoaboutnothing; MidsummerNight'sDream, Region: Irland~Vereinigtes Königreich, Großbritannien, Warengruppe: HC/Sprachwissenschaft/Allg. u. vergl. Sprachwiss., Fachkategorie: Literatur: Geschichte und Kritik, Text Sprache: eng, UNSPSC: 49019900, Warenverzeichnis für die Außenhandelsstatistik: 49019900, Verlag: GRIN Verlag, Länge: 210, Breite: 148, Höhe: 4, Gewicht: 84, Produktform: Kartoniert, Genre: Geisteswissenschaften/Kunst/Musik, Genre: Geisteswissenschaften/Kunst/Musik, eBook EAN: 9783640170739, Herkunftsland: DEUTSCHLAND (DE), Katalog: Gesamtkatalog, Katalog: Internationale Lagertitel, Katalog: internationale Titel, Katalog: Lagerartikel, Book on Demand, ausgew. Medienartikel, Unterkatalog: AK, Unterkatalog: Bücher, Unterkatalog: Hardcover,

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Master's Thesis from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - Topic: Peace and Conflict, Security, grade: 2 (B), University of Kent (Brussels School of International Studies), language: English, abstract: Although the world stood united behind America when the dust of the collapsed twin towers of the World Trade Centre settled, differences between the United States and Europe soon became apparent. Europe might have supported the US in Afghanistan, both politically and militarily, but diverging interests already became apparent when the US sidelined NATO and preferred to lead ¿Operation Enduring Freedom¿ itself. The dispute escalated over the US plans to continue the war on terror in Iraq. Here, it emerged that the US and Europe do not share the same world view. While the US seem to perceive the world in Hobbesian terms, and believe that military strength is the only means to achieve security, Europe appears to understand security in the Kantian sense and believes that ¿perpetual peace¿ can be achieved. The question that divided Europe and the US over Iraq then is more than a simple difference of opinion but reflects a deep philosophical division: Can global security be achieved by force or through sustained dedication to a set of normative principles implemented by the world community? Consequently, the counterterrorism strategies formulated in Europe and the US are of a fundamentally different nature, which cannot be explained merely by the discrepancy in military capabilities. If that would be the case, Europe would have begun to build up its military potential by now.
Acknowledging that ¿terrorism has become one of the most pressing political problems,¿ (David Whittaker) the aim of this paper is to compare the US and the European approach to global terrorism, establish reasons for the differences and evaluate which approach might be more effective.
As September 11, has changed our perception of security by demonstrating that even the US is, despite its unrivalled military superiority, vulnerable to attack, carried out by just 19 men armed with cardboard cutters, we should remain aware that the responses we chose to these attacks reflect our dedication to human rights, the rule of law and indeed freedom. Relying on military strength is easier than to acknowledge that terrorism is caused by a fundamentally unjust economical and political world order that markedly favours the West, yet it might ultimately prove to become more dangerous than terrorism itself, as it does nothing to resolve the problem but reinforces the world order that is the cause of the problem. (Wagner, Patrick)
Master's Thesis from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - Topic: Peace and Conflict, Security, grade: 2 (B), University of Kent (Brussels School of International Studies), language: English, abstract: Although the world stood united behind America when the dust of the collapsed twin towers of the World Trade Centre settled, differences between the United States and Europe soon became apparent. Europe might have supported the US in Afghanistan, both politically and militarily, but diverging interests already became apparent when the US sidelined NATO and preferred to lead ¿Operation Enduring Freedom¿ itself. The dispute escalated over the US plans to continue the war on terror in Iraq. Here, it emerged that the US and Europe do not share the same world view. While the US seem to perceive the world in Hobbesian terms, and believe that military strength is the only means to achieve security, Europe appears to understand security in the Kantian sense and believes that ¿perpetual peace¿ can be achieved. The question that divided Europe and the US over Iraq then is more than a simple difference of opinion but reflects a deep philosophical division: Can global security be achieved by force or through sustained dedication to a set of normative principles implemented by the world community? Consequently, the counterterrorism strategies formulated in Europe and the US are of a fundamentally different nature, which cannot be explained merely by the discrepancy in military capabilities. If that would be the case, Europe would have begun to build up its military potential by now. Acknowledging that ¿terrorism has become one of the most pressing political problems,¿ (David Whittaker) the aim of this paper is to compare the US and the European approach to global terrorism, establish reasons for the differences and evaluate which approach might be more effective. As September 11, has changed our perception of security by demonstrating that even the US is, despite its unrivalled military superiority, vulnerable to attack, carried out by just 19 men armed with cardboard cutters, we should remain aware that the responses we chose to these attacks reflect our dedication to human rights, the rule of law and indeed freedom. Relying on military strength is easier than to acknowledge that terrorism is caused by a fundamentally unjust economical and political world order that markedly favours the West, yet it might ultimately prove to become more dangerous than terrorism itself, as it does nothing to resolve the problem but reinforces the world order that is the cause of the problem. (Wagner, Patrick)

Master's Thesis from the year 2004 in the subject Politics - Topic: Peace and Conflict, Security, grade: 2 (B), University of Kent (Brussels School of International Studies), language: English, abstract: Although the world stood united behind America when the dust of the collapsed twin towers of the World Trade Centre settled, differences between the United States and Europe soon became apparent. Europe might have supported the US in Afghanistan, both politically and militarily, but diverging interests already became apparent when the US sidelined NATO and preferred to lead ¿Operation Enduring Freedom¿ itself. The dispute escalated over the US plans to continue the war on terror in Iraq. Here, it emerged that the US and Europe do not share the same world view. While the US seem to perceive the world in Hobbesian terms, and believe that military strength is the only means to achieve security, Europe appears to understand security in the Kantian sense and believes that ¿perpetual peace¿ can be achieved. The question that divided Europe and the US over Iraq then is more than a simple difference of opinion but reflects a deep philosophical division: Can global security be achieved by force or through sustained dedication to a set of normative principles implemented by the world community? Consequently, the counterterrorism strategies formulated in Europe and the US are of a fundamentally different nature, which cannot be explained merely by the discrepancy in military capabilities. If that would be the case, Europe would have begun to build up its military potential by now. Acknowledging that ¿terrorism has become one of the most pressing political problems,¿ (David Whittaker) the aim of this paper is to compare the US and the European approach to global terrorism, establish reasons for the differences and evaluate which approach might be more effective. As September 11, has changed our perception of security by demonstrating that even the US is, despite its unrivalled military superiority, vulnerable to attack, carried out by just 19 men armed with cardboard cutters, we should remain aware that the responses we chose to these attacks reflect our dedication to human rights, the rule of law and indeed freedom. Relying on military strength is easier than to acknowledge that terrorism is caused by a fundamentally unjust economical and political world order that markedly favours the West, yet it might ultimately prove to become more dangerous than terrorism itself, as it does nothing to resolve the problem but reinforces the world order that is the cause of the problem. , Bücher > Bücher & Zeitschriften , Auflage: 3. Auflage, Erscheinungsjahr: 20070806, Produktform: Kartoniert, Beilage: Paperback, Autoren: Wagner, Patrick, Auflage: 07003, Auflage/Ausgabe: 3. Auflage, Seitenzahl/Blattzahl: 60, Warengruppe: HC/Politikwissenschaft, Fachkategorie: Krieg und Verteidigung, Text Sprache: eng, UNSPSC: 49019900, Warenverzeichnis für die Außenhandelsstatistik: 49019900, Verlag: GRIN Verlag, Länge: 210, Breite: 148, Höhe: 5, Gewicht: 101, Produktform: Kartoniert, Genre: Sozialwissenschaften/Recht/Wirtschaft, Genre: Sozialwissenschaften/Recht/Wirtschaft, eBook EAN: 9783638310932, Katalog: Gesamtkatalog, Katalog: Internationale Lagertitel, Katalog: internationale Titel, Katalog: Lagerartikel, Book on Demand, ausgew. Medienartikel, Unterkatalog: AK, Unterkatalog: Bücher, Unterkatalog: Hardcover,

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Warum ist der Strom vom Grundversorger deutlich günstiger als im Preisvergleich?

Der Strom vom Grundversorger ist oft günstiger, da er in der Regel einen Standardtarif anbietet, der für die meisten Kunden ausrei...

Der Strom vom Grundversorger ist oft günstiger, da er in der Regel einen Standardtarif anbietet, der für die meisten Kunden ausreichend ist. Preisvergleiche berücksichtigen jedoch individuelle Bedürfnisse und ermöglichen es Kunden, maßgeschneiderte Tarife zu finden, die möglicherweise günstiger sind. Zudem bieten viele alternative Stromanbieter attraktive Neukundenangebote an, die den Preis weiter senken können.

Quelle: KI generiert von FAQ.de

Was ist der Preisvergleich zwischen einem Außenkamin und einem traditionellen Schornstein?

Der Preisvergleich zwischen einem Außenkamin und einem traditionellen Schornstein hängt von verschiedenen Faktoren ab, wie zum Bei...

Der Preisvergleich zwischen einem Außenkamin und einem traditionellen Schornstein hängt von verschiedenen Faktoren ab, wie zum Beispiel der Größe und dem Material des Kamins, der Art der Installation und den individuellen Anforderungen des Projekts. Im Allgemeinen kann ein Außenkamin tendenziell günstiger sein als ein traditioneller Schornstein, da er weniger aufwendige bauliche Maßnahmen erfordert. Es ist jedoch ratsam, mehrere Angebote einzuholen und die spezifischen Kosten für das jeweilige Projekt zu ermitteln.

Quelle: KI generiert von FAQ.de

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