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Download E-books Flügelschlag: Ein Engel-Roman (German Edition) PDF

By Jeanine Krock

Dies ist die Stunde der Engel

Als Juna, eine junge Ärztin, eines Abends den verletzten Arian in ihrem Schlafzimmer vorfindet, ändert sich ihr Leben schlagartig. Denn Arian ist nicht nur ein gefährlich schöner Mann – er ist auch ein gefallener Engel. Und er wurde auf die Erde gesandt, um das rätselhafte Verschwinden der Schutzengel aufzuklären, die seit langer Zeit unter den Menschen wirken. Offenbar scheinen dunkle Widersacher der Engel dahinterzustecken. Und Juna könnte ihr nächstes Opfer sein ...

Das große romantische Engel-Epos - Geheimnisvoll, übersinnlich, unwiderstehlich!

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Oxford reviews in old Philosophy is a quantity of unique articles on all features of historic philosophy. The articles should be of considerable size, and comprise serious notices of significant books. OSAP is now released two times each year, in either hardback and paperback.

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Download E-books De Anima (Penguin Classics) PDF

By Aristotle

For the Pre-Socratic philosophers the soul used to be the resource of stream and sensation, whereas for Plato it was once the seat of being, metaphysically unique from the physique that it was once compelled briefly to inhabit. Plato's pupil Aristotle was resolute to check the reality of either those ideals opposed to the rising sciences of common sense and biology. His exam of the large number of dwelling organisms - the big variety in their behaviour, their powers and their perceptual sophistication - confident him of the inadequacy either one of a materialist relief and of a Platonic sublimation of the soul. In De Anima, he sought to set out his thought of the soul because the final fact of embodied shape and produced either a masterpiece of philosophical perception and a psychology of perennially interesting subtlety.

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By R. F. Stalley

Reading the Republic regardless of the fewer typical Laws may end up in a distorted view of Plato's political conception. within the Republic the thinker describes his excellent urban; in his final and longest paintings he bargains with the extra distinctive concerns serious about constructing a second-best 'practical utopia.' The relative forget of the Laws has stemmed mostly from the obscurity of its type and the obvious chaos of its association in order that, even if sturdy translations now exist, scholars of philosophy and political technological know-how nonetheless locate the textual content inaccessible. this primary full-length philosophical creation to the legislation will accordingly turn out invaluable.

The commencing chapters describe the final personality of the discussion and set it within the context of Plato's political philosophy as an entire. all of the final chapters offers with a unmarried subject, ranging over fabric scattered in the course of the textual content and so drawing jointly the threads of the argument in a stimulating and effortlessly understandable manner. these issues contain schooling, punishment, accountability, faith, advantage and delight in addition to political issues and legislations itself. all through, the writer encourages the reader to imagine significantly approximately Plato's rules and to determine their relevance to present-day philosophical debate.

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Download E-books Plato's Republic: An Edinburgh Philosophical Guide (Edinburgh Philosophical Guides) PDF

Every little thing you want to find out about Plato's Republic in a single quantity. This ebook will introduce scholars to Plato's Republic and facilitate the reader's personal discussion with it, with out offering an interpretation or a reaction at the reader's behalf. along a passage-by-passage observation at the textual content, D.J. Sheppard highlights a number of the vital interpretative demanding situations confronted via the reader and surveys a variety of attainable responses to them. Designed to be learn along Plato's textual content, this process should be beneficial for college kids and academics alike.

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By William H. F. Altman

"Brill s significant other to the Reception of Cicero" is a set of essays by way of a world and interdisciplinary workforce of students that situates Cicero within the context of his use and abuse from antiquity to the current, and is meant to supply readers with numerous solid purposes to come back to the research of Cicero's writings with better curiosity and respect."

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