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Weichenstellungen der evangelischen Kirche im 1...
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The papers collected in this volume view important moments of decision for the German Evangelical Church in the 19th and 20th centuries and illuminate their consequences for the formation of a popular church independent of the state. A main focus is on the period of the National Socialist dictatorship from 1933 to 1945 and the struggle between Church and State. A regional focus is placed on Hesse.Die in diesem Band zusammengefassten Aufsätze nehmen wichtige Weichenstellungen der evangelischen Kirche im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert in den Blick und beleuchten deren Auswirkungen für die Gestaltung einer vom Staat unabhängigen Volkskirche. Ein wesentlicher Fokus richtet sich auf die Zeit der nationalsozialistischen Diktatur von 1933 bis 1945 und den so genannten "Kirchenkampf". Regional liegt ein Schwerpunkt auf Hessen.

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Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell

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Weichenstellungen der evangelischen Kirche im 1...
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The papers collected in this volume view important moments of decision for the German Evangelical Church in the 19th and 20th centuries and illuminate their consequences for the formation of a popular church independent of the state. A main focus is on the period of the National Socialist dictatorship from 1933 to 1945 and the struggle between Church and State. A regional focus is placed on Hesse.Die in diesem Band zusammengefassten Aufsätze nehmen wichtige Weichenstellungen der evangelischen Kirche im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert in den Blick und beleuchten deren Auswirkungen für die Gestaltung einer vom Staat unabhängigen Volkskirche. Ein wesentlicher Fokus richtet sich auf die Zeit der nationalsozialistischen Diktatur von 1933 bis 1945 und den so genannten "Kirchenkampf". Regional liegt ein Schwerpunkt auf Hessen.

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Prinz von Hessen 2016 Prinz von Hessen Dachsfilet

Ein Riesling mit hellgelber Farbe und leicht grünlichen Reflexen, der mit seinem Duft von saftigen Früchten überzeugt. Neben reifer Stachelbeere und Pfirsicharomen erscheint auch schwarze Johannisbeere im Duftbild. Der Geschmack wird von einer

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British Scientists Of The Nineteenth Century
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BRITISH SCIENTISTS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY J. G. CROWTHER By the same author THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE THE ABC OF CHEMISTRY AN OUTLINE OF THE UNIVERSE SCIENCE FOR YOU SHORT STORIES IN SCIENCE OSIRIS AND THE ATOM SCIENCE IN SOVIET RUSSIA INDUSTRY EDUCATION IN SOVIET RUSSIA CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. HUMPHRY DAVY, 1778-1829 II. MICHAEL FARADAY, 1791-1867 III. JAMES PRESCOTT JOULE, 1818-1889 IV. WILLIAM THOMSON, 1824-1907 V. JAMES CLERK MAXWELL, 1831-1879 SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX PLATES JAMES CLERK MAXWELL Frontispiece FACING PAGE HUMPHRY DAVY, AGED 23 SIR HUMPHRY DAVY MICHAEL FARADAY MICHAEL FARADAY AND HIS WIFE SARAH JAMES PRESCOTT JOULE WILLIAM THOMSON, AGED 22 SIR WILLIAM THOMSON LORD AND LADY KELVIN JAMES CLERK MAXWELL, AGED 6 JAMES CLERK MAXWELL, AGED 10 JAMES CLERK MAXWELL, AGED 10 JAMES CLERK MAXWELL AS A YOUNG MAN INTRODUCTION Scientists of the nineteenth century are appearing in a new perspective as they recede into the past. It is now possible to recognise aspects of their work not wholly visible to their contemporaries. This book was started with the intention of using the new opportunity to discuss some of these aspects. Inspiration was also derived from the instructive essay on The Social and Economic Roots of Newtons Principia communicated by Professor Hessen to the International Congress on the History of Science in 1931. Professor Hessen discussed in a manner not hitherto seen in English literature the relation between Newtons ideas and the social characteristics of his time. The first intention was to include about twenty scientists, but presently it became clear that the more remarkable could not be usefully discussed in short essays. It was also proposed to choose equal numbers of physical, bio logical, and medical scientists. A difficulty then arose. Investigation showed there were very few great British medical scientists in the nineteenth century, and that the number of great biologists was much smaller than the number of great physical scientists, of which Davy, Fara day, Joule, Thomson, and Maxwell appeared to be the most important. These have been chosen as the subjects. Dalton was excluded because he was already mature in the eighteenth century, and Rayleigh because he was too close to the twentieth. The rarity of important British medical scientists in the nineteenth century is noticeable. This may be due to the exclusiveness of the medical profession. They considered medicine an art distinct from science, and conducted their educational colleges apart from the universities. The theory of medicine was taught perfunctorily and the student hurried on to the empirical training in the hos pital. This utilitarian attitude was connected with the nature of the organisation of medical service. The private hospitals and doctors reflected the narrow views, common though not universal, in private institutions. In addition, the sciences of biology, chemistry, and physics were not developed enough to provide easy methods of investigating the complexities of human physiology.

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Spielblock HeTTV (Hessen)11er Zählweise

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Science at the Cross Roads (Routledge Revivals)
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The papers given by the Soviet Delegation to the Second International Congress of the History of Science and Technology in London in 1931, headed by N. I. Bukharin, exerted a profound influence on Western historiography of science. Perhaps the most influential contribution was that of Hessen, who made a long and classical statement of Marxist historiography, taking Isaac Newton as his example. The collection, which appeared in Britain at the height of the Depression, fostered an acute social awareness and a heated debate among many working scientists. Accredited by some as &quote;the starting point of a new evaluation of the history of science&quote;, the book reflects the huge social and economic divide between Socialism and Capitalism present at the time of publication, and its influence on intellectual culture and scientific advancement.

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Wandkalender 2020 DIN A2 Hessen Highlights [978...

Sprache: Deutsch Titel: Hessen Highlights A2 quer Titelzusatz: Hessen - Eine Zeitreise (Monatskalender, 14 Seiten) Autor: boeTtchEr U Groesse: DIN A2 Gewicht: 890 gr Auflage: 6. Édition 2014 Kalenderjahr: 2020 Seiten: 14 Genre: Orte Hersteller: C

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Quicklet on Ayn Rand's Capitalism: The Unknown ...
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ABOUT THE BOOK As a polemicist, Ayn Rand provokes. As a novelist, she intrigues. As a theorist, she edifies. As a proposer of public policy, she terrifies. When engaging with these multiple faces of Rand, the contradictions can be extreme and the reaction visceral; however, these responses are exactly why so many people continue to buy her books and follow her Objectivist philosophy. When reading Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, one alternately feels ashamed, invigorated, enlightened, or outraged. But these are the emotional responses which keep readers engaged and eager to continue reading. Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, originally published in 1966, collects previously published essays and speeches by Ayn Rand and members of her intellectual circle Alan Greenspan, Nathaniel Branden, and Robert Hessen. This, her third nonfiction work, follows in the wake of For the New Intellectual and The Virtue of Selfishness. Intended to provide the reader with everyday examples of how Objectivism could be practiced, the first half of the book outlines the Objectivist position on issues such as the gold standard, anti-trust law, or the inheritance tax, and acts as a basic primer for the Objectivist philosophy, while the second half of the book contains commentary on the largest political questions of the day including the military draft, the student rebellion and the conflict in Vietnam. MEET THE AUTHOR Aaron Martin recently earned his MA in International Relations, and will be beginning his doctoral studies in Political Science starting in August 2012. He is currently in the midst of blogging Tolstoy's War & Peace, but his academic writing has been published in graduate journals and in working paper series. Aaron looks forward to writing about politics and economics for Hyperink, and he hopes you buy his eBooks. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal distinguishes between two competing ideologies: Statism and Capitalism. Although Rand uses her chapters to discuss various points of contention, the difference between her political stance and those that she opposes can always be boiled down to the dichotomy that divides the free, who will live in an ideal capitalistic society, and the enslaved, who toil under the thumb of statist, governmental regimes. In her work of political economy, Rand draws stark distinction between these two ideologies, one that accepts that the government has a legitimate role in regulating certain markets for goods and services, that is Statism, and the other that sees the states role as being the sole defender of its citizens against unlawful aggression by his fellow man, that is capitalism. She defines statism as, a system of institutionalized violence and perpetual civil war. It leaves men no choice but to fight to seize political power to rob or be robbed, to kill or be killed...it is a system of underground plotting, of secret conspiracies, of deals, favors, betrayals, and of bloody coups (Rand, 36-37). CHAPTER OUTLINE Quicklet on Ayn Rand's Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal + About the Book + About the Author + Overall Summary + Chapter Reviews + ...and much more Ayn Rand's Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal

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Wandkalender 2020 DIN A2 Langen - Hessen [97836...

Sprache: Deutsch Titel: Langen - Hessen A2 quer Titelzusatz: Langen - Eine Stadt mit Charme (Monatskalender, 14 Seiten) Autor: Schwarz Sylvia Groesse: DIN A2 Gewicht: 890 gr Auflage: 1. Édition 2019 Kalenderjahr: 2020 Seiten: 14 Genre: Orte Herst

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Die Gesundheitswirtschaft als regionaler Beschä...

This collected edition deals with the regional employment relevance of the health economy. Starting with some theoretical considerations about the characteristic features of the health care market and the regional concentration of health care activities, employment in the health care sector is examined using a layer model that differentiates between health services, retail services and the health industry in the German Federal States and districts. Structural aspects in relation to employees, changes in employment contracts and wages are investigated. Reports on health employment for selected Federal States are presented, namely Baden-Württemberg, Bavaria, Hessen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Schleswig-Holstein, Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, and Saxony. The final article focuses on the quality of working conditions in the care sector and makes suggestions of how to achieve better working conditions in this sector.

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British Scientists Of The Nineteenth Century
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BRITISH SCIENTISTS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY J. G. CROWTHER By the same author THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE THE ABC OF CHEMISTRY AN OUTLINE OF THE UNIVERSE SCIENCE FOR YOU SHORT STORIES IN SCIENCE OSIRIS AND THE ATOM SCIENCE IN SOVIET RUSSIA INDUSTRY EDUCATION IN SOVIET RUSSIA CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I. HUMPHRY DAVY, 1778-1829 II. MICHAEL FARADAY, 1791-1867 III. JAMES PRESCOTT JOULE, 1818-1889 IV. WILLIAM THOMSON, 1824-1907 V. JAMES CLERK MAXWELL, 1831-1879 SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX PLATES JAMES CLERK MAXWELL Frontispiece FACING PAGE HUMPHRY DAVY, AGED 23 SIR HUMPHRY DAVY MICHAEL FARADAY MICHAEL FARADAY AND HIS WIFE SARAH JAMES PRESCOTT JOULE WILLIAM THOMSON, AGED 22 SIR WILLIAM THOMSON LORD AND LADY KELVIN JAMES CLERK MAXWELL, AGED 6 JAMES CLERK MAXWELL, AGED 10 JAMES CLERK MAXWELL, AGED 10 JAMES CLERK MAXWELL AS A YOUNG MAN INTRODUCTION Scientists of the nineteenth century are appearing in a new perspective as they recede into the past. It is now possible to recognise aspects of their work not wholly visible to their contemporaries. This book was started with the intention of using the new opportunity to discuss some of these aspects. Inspiration was also derived from the instructive essay on The Social and Economic Roots of Newtons Principia communicated by Professor Hessen to the International Congress on the History of Science in 1931. Professor Hessen discussed in a manner not hitherto seen in English literature the relation between Newtons ideas and the social characteristics of his time. The first intention was to include about twenty scientists, but presently it became clear that the more remarkable could not be usefully discussed in short essays. It was also proposed to choose equal numbers of physical, bio logical, and medical scientists. A difficulty then arose. Investigation showed there were very few great British medical scientists in the nineteenth century, and that the number of great biologists was much smaller than the number of great physical scientists, of which Davy, Fara day, Joule, Thomson, and Maxwell appeared to be the most important. These have been chosen as the subjects. Dalton was excluded because he was already mature in the eighteenth century, and Rayleigh because he was too close to the twentieth. The rarity of important British medical scientists in the nineteenth century is noticeable. This may be due to the exclusiveness of the medical profession. They considered medicine an art distinct from science, and conducted their educational colleges apart from the universities. The theory of medicine was taught perfunctorily and the student hurried on to the empirical training in the hos pital. This utilitarian attitude was connected with the nature of the organisation of medical service. The private hospitals and doctors reflected the narrow views, common though not universal, in private institutions. In addition, the sciences of biology, chemistry, and physics were not developed enough to provide easy methods of investigating the complexities of human physiology.

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Science at the Cross Roads (Routledge Revivals)
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The papers given by the Soviet Delegation to the Second International Congress of the History of Science and Technology in London in 1931, headed by N. I. Bukharin, exerted a profound influence on Western historiography of science. Perhaps the most influential contribution was that of Hessen, who made a long and classical statement of Marxist historiography, taking Isaac Newton as his example. The collection, which appeared in Britain at the height of the Depression, fostered an acute social awareness and a heated debate among many working scientists. Accredited by some as &quote;the starting point of a new evaluation of the history of science&quote;, the book reflects the huge social and economic divide between Socialism and Capitalism present at the time of publication, and its influence on intellectual culture and scientific advancement.

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Quicklet on Ayn Rand's Capitalism: The Unknown ...
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ABOUT THE BOOK As a polemicist, Ayn Rand provokes. As a novelist, she intrigues. As a theorist, she edifies. As a proposer of public policy, she terrifies. When engaging with these multiple faces of Rand, the contradictions can be extreme and the reaction visceral; however, these responses are exactly why so many people continue to buy her books and follow her Objectivist philosophy. When reading Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, one alternately feels ashamed, invigorated, enlightened, or outraged. But these are the emotional responses which keep readers engaged and eager to continue reading. Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal, originally published in 1966, collects previously published essays and speeches by Ayn Rand and members of her intellectual circle Alan Greenspan, Nathaniel Branden, and Robert Hessen. This, her third nonfiction work, follows in the wake of For the New Intellectual and The Virtue of Selfishness. Intended to provide the reader with everyday examples of how Objectivism could be practiced, the first half of the book outlines the Objectivist position on issues such as the gold standard, anti-trust law, or the inheritance tax, and acts as a basic primer for the Objectivist philosophy, while the second half of the book contains commentary on the largest political questions of the day including the military draft, the student rebellion and the conflict in Vietnam. MEET THE AUTHOR Aaron Martin recently earned his MA in International Relations, and will be beginning his doctoral studies in Political Science starting in August 2012. He is currently in the midst of blogging Tolstoy's War & Peace, but his academic writing has been published in graduate journals and in working paper series. Aaron looks forward to writing about politics and economics for Hyperink, and he hopes you buy his eBooks. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal distinguishes between two competing ideologies: Statism and Capitalism. Although Rand uses her chapters to discuss various points of contention, the difference between her political stance and those that she opposes can always be boiled down to the dichotomy that divides the free, who will live in an ideal capitalistic society, and the enslaved, who toil under the thumb of statist, governmental regimes. In her work of political economy, Rand draws stark distinction between these two ideologies, one that accepts that the government has a legitimate role in regulating certain markets for goods and services, that is Statism, and the other that sees the states role as being the sole defender of its citizens against unlawful aggression by his fellow man, that is capitalism. She defines statism as, a system of institutionalized violence and perpetual civil war. It leaves men no choice but to fight to seize political power to rob or be robbed, to kill or be killed...it is a system of underground plotting, of secret conspiracies, of deals, favors, betrayals, and of bloody coups (Rand, 36-37). CHAPTER OUTLINE Quicklet on Ayn Rand's Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal + About the Book + About the Author + Overall Summary + Chapter Reviews + ...and much more Ayn Rand's Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal

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