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Author: Etan Boritzer
Publisher: Veronica Lane Books
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
What is a Feeling? is the 13th title in Etan Boritzer’s best selling children’s book series on character education and difficult topics. What is a Feeling? examines how we can understand feelings and where they come from, while at the same time learning the best ways to express our feelings without hurting ourselves and others. The importance of emotional awareness and intelligence is stressed so that children have guides for allowing safe and creative expression of their feelings.
This book is online for free at cnx.org/content/col10729 - This book makes the statement that thought, action and feeling can occur in any order, it also puts forth the idea that life is divided into three groups, emotion, thinking, and ...
Author: Mark Pettinelli
This book is online for free at cnx.org/content/col10729 - This book makes the statement that thought, action and feeling can occur in any order, it also puts forth the idea that life is divided into three groups, emotion, thinking, and feeling. These three groups make humans feel in certain ways, thinking, physical stimulus, and emotion all contribute to feeling. But what is the difference between a thought, an emotion, and a feeling? Is there an overlap between the three? Probably, since any emotion can be broken down into the sensations and real events that caused it, and these events all lead to emotions, feelings and thoughts. So emotions, feelings and thoughts all might have the same source, they are just expressed differently in the mind. Where do your emotions, feelings and thoughts rate on a scale of clarity? Where do they rate on a scale of focus and attention? How does understanding the psychology of ones emotions, feelings and thoughts lead to a long term increased consciousness?
From Ariel the Angry Alligator to Zack the Zealously Organized Zebra, this book will lay the foundation for comprehending some of the most common, yet confusing, and overwhelming feelings that we all experience.
This, however, cannot be the content of a "feeling." That man's will is not causally
determined is a "notion," as Planck correctly states, and a notion cannot be the
content of a feeling; it can be only the result of a process of thinking. From a ...
Author: Hans Kelsen
Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
Kelsen, Hans. What is Justice? Justice, Law and Politics in the Mirror of Science. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1957. [vi], 397 pp. Reprinted 2000 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN 1-58477-101-1. Cloth. New. $95. * Through the lens of science, Kelsen proposes a dynamic theory of natural law, examines Platonic and Aristotelian doctrines of justice, the idea of justice as found in the holy scriptures, and defines justice as "...that social order under whose protection the search for truth can prosper. 'My' justice, then, is the justice of freedom, the justice of peace, the justice of democracy-the justice of tolerance." (p. 24).
3 Brentano refused to treat self-evidence as merely a psychological phenomenon
, e.g., as a feeling of compulsion. Cf. his acute criticism of ... Hence I shall
broaden the use of 'self-evident' to cover right feelings as well as true judgments.
Author: Everett W. Hall
First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
A Feeling of Belonging analyzes the performance of cultural citizenship and
investigates meanings of modernity in order to elucidate Asian American
women's social practices, such as the founding of Chi Alpha Delta as a means to
Author: Shirley Jennifer Lim
Publisher: NYU Press
When we imagine the activities of Asian American women in the mid-twentieth century, our first thoughts are not of skiing, beauty pageants, magazine reading, and sororities. Yet, Shirley Jennifer Lim argues, these are precisely the sorts of leisure practices many second generation Chinese, Filipina, and Japanese American women engaged in during this time. In A Feeling of Belonging, Lim highlights the cultural activities of young, predominantly unmarried Asian American women from 1930 to 1960. This period marks a crucial generation—the first in which American-born Asians formed a critical mass and began to make their presence felt in the United States. Though they were distinguished from previous generations by their American citizenship, it was only through these seemingly mundane “American”activities that they were able to overcome two-dimensional stereotypes of themselves as kimono-clad “Orientals.” Lim traces the diverse ways in which these young women sought claim to cultural citizenship, exploring such topics as the nation's first Asian American sorority, Chi Alpha Δ the cultural work of Chinese American actress Anna May Wong; Asian American youth culture and beauty pageants; and the achievement of fame of three foreign-born Asian women in the late 1950s. By wearing poodle skirts, going to the beach, and producing magazines, she argues, they asserted not just their American-ness, but their humanity: a feeling of belonging.
It could either feel like regular pain in the chest or perhaps a little pressure like a
squeeze of some sort. You can compare this to a feeling to heartburn. Another
symptom of a heart attack can be upper body discomfort or pain such as one or ...
Author: Jordan D.
This book is suppose to teach you what a heart attack is and how you can prevent it. We also will go over some of the symptoms and changes you can make to help you to a healthier well being and all around lifestyle. If you have suffered from a heart attack, or have felt the symptoms, this eBook also explains how to prevent it from happening again. My grandfather has suffered through a heart attack which was during the time of me writing this. I have researched greatly on this topic and I hope what is inside will inspire you to change for the good and help prevent you from getting a very deadly disease known as a Heart Attack.
Deftly melding ethnography, cultural history, literary criticism, and autobiographical reflection, A Feeling for Books is at once an engaging study of the Book-of-the-Month Club's influential role as a cultural institution and a profoundly personal meditation about the experience of reading. Janice Radway traces the history of the famous mail-order book club from its controversial founding in 1926 through its evolution into an enterprise uniquely successful in blending commerce and culture. Framing her historical narrative with writing of a more personal sort, Radway reflects on the contemporary role of the Book-of-the-Month Club in American cultural history and in her own life. Her detailed account of the standards and practices employed by the club's in-house editors is also an absorbing story of her interactions with those editors. Examining her experiences as a fourteen-year-old reader of the club's selections and, later, as a professor of literature, she offers a series of rigorously analytical yet deeply personal readings of such beloved novels as Marjorie Morningstar and To Kill a Mockingbird. Rich and rewarding, this book will captivate and delight anyone who is interested in the history of books and in the personal and transformative experience of reading.
In Faith is Not a Feeling, Ney reveals how life’s tragedies and challenges lead each of us to an important decision about how we will relate to God.
Author: Ney Bailey
In 1976 the Big Thompson River flood in Colorado took 150 lives, including those of seven women on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ International. Deeply grieved by the loss, survivor Ney Bailey embraced a journey of faith that led her to a life-changing truth: No matter how things look and no matter how we feel, God is in control. In Faith is Not a Feeling, Ney reveals how life’s tragedies and challenges lead each of us to an important decision about how we will relate to God. Building on a foundation of experiences all believers can relate to, this well-loved speaker and teacher shows how you can take advantage of the endless opportunities life provided to deepen your trust in the Lord. Faith is Not a Feeling has taught hundreds of thousands of people how to choose to believe God’s promises over their own personal feelings. Now you, too, can discover the secrets that will allow you to face painful experiences with a measure of objectivity, use your feelings to take you to God, and experience true peace in the midst of failure and trials. Best of all, you will learn how to obediently and confidently take God at His word as you never have before.
If I cease my strivings in order to "give in" to the boredom, I will no longer
experience (even marginally) a feeling of striving, but I will marginally experience
some type of mundane feeling. This is necessary, for I am still aware of individual
Author: Quentin Smith
Publisher: Purdue University Press
In a critical dialogue with the metaphysical tradition from Plato to Hegel to contemporary schools of thought, the author convincingly argues that traditional rationalist metaphysics has failed to accomplish its goal of demonstrating the existence of a divine cause and moral purpose of the world. To replace the defective rationalist metaphysics, the author builds a new metaphysics on the idea that moods and affects make manifest the world's felt meanings; he argues that each feature of the world is a felt meaning in the sense that each feature is a source of a feeling-response, if and when it appears. The author asserts that we must synthesize our two ways of knowing-poetic evocations and exact analyses-in order to decide which mood or affect is the appropriate appreciation of any given feature of the world. Smith gives evocative and exact explications of such features as the world's temporality, appearance, and mind-independency, as these features appear in the appropriate recitations.
Using a blend of psychology and philosophy, This Book Has Feelings looks at these unique facets of the human psyche.
Author: Neil Scott
Everybody has emotions, but our experience of them is intensely subjective and personal. Our feelings govern our thoughts and behaviour; inextricably linked to personality, mood, and temperament, they nevertheless remain hard to pin down, This Book Has Feelings weaves together all of these elements, helping you understand how we all think and feel.
Randy Taran offers an antidote to emotional overwhelm—a powerful way to discover how useful your emotions can be in guiding you towards your best life.”—Marci Shimoff, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Happy For No Reason and ...
Author: Randy Taran
Publisher: St. Martin's Essentials
“Emotional Advantage is such an uplifting answer to our challenging times. In its pages, you will find encouragement, support, and new perspectives. Randy Taran offers an antidote to emotional overwhelm—a powerful way to discover how useful your emotions can be in guiding you towards your best life.”—Marci Shimoff, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Happy For No Reason and Chicken Soup for the Woman’s Soul Award-winning author, producer, and founder of Project Happiness, Randy Taran knows that every emotion, feeling, and mental state has the power to bring us back to our true essence, and that readers can use Emotional Advantage as a guide to get there. In recent years, there has been an overwhelming interest in the science of happiness and positive psychology, and many books on the subject. There is a good reason for this: it is a core, universal human drive. And while happiness has opened the door for many to move forward, there is a burgeoning curiosity about the full range of human emotions, all of which factor into the human experience. What do we do when life does not go as planned? Neuroscience reveals that to understand and utilize any emotion, we need to “name it to tame it.” It turns out that even negative emotions have something to offer, if we know how to learn from them. Have you ever woken up in a fog of feelings and felt directionless? Or maybe it was hard to pinpoint exactly what you were feeling, but it wasn’t where you wanted to be? What if we could actually use our feelings as a pathway to guide us back to our inner compass? What if, like alchemists, we had the tools to transform our emotions to take charge of creating our very best life? What if we could comprehend how even the most troublesome emotions are sending messages to alert, protect, and fuel us forward? Emotional Advantage is that guide. It will show us how a new perspective on fear can move us to courage, how guilt can clarify our values, and how anger can help us create healthy boundaries.
IV THE SEXUAL FEELING OF SHAME AND ITS FUNCTIONS In the following I
shall restrict myself to the sexual feeling of shame. Sexual shame plays the most
important role in shame feelings of the lived body. Indeed, the sexual feeling of ...
Author: Max Scheler
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Social Science
From the mysterious powers and forces peculiar to both individual and community that can turn our lives into either good or bad lives, I wish to point to two such powers being at the same time different in their own nature and yet closely related to each other: The powers that emerge from exemplary persons and leaders. Understood as basic to both sociology and the philosophy of history, it comes to us as no surprise that the problem of exemplary persons and leaders - along with the questions of the qualities types, selections and education of leaders; forms of unison existing be tween leaders and their followers, all of which belonging to the subdivisions of this problem - must be a burning problem for a people whose historical leaders from all walks of life have, in part, been swept away by wars and revolutions. This fact we also find in all salient epochs of history characterized more or less by changes in leadership. It is precisely for this reason that in our own time every group appears to struggle ever so hard with this problem, namely, who their leaders should be. This pertains equally to a group within a party, to a class, to occupations, to unions, to various schools or present-day youth movements, and even to religious and ecclesias tical groupings. Beyond any comparison, there is yearning everywhere for lead ership.
I know - I can only speak for myself - I have a feeling of pride [ for ] that museum .
The work that went into it , and I was there at the opening , when this old man was
asked to speak and he was from Fort Rupert , and he was standing there , and I ...
Author: Miriam Clavir
Publisher: UBC Press
Category: Social Science
Museum practice regarding handling and preservation of objects has been largely taken as a given, and it can be difficult to see how these activities are politicized. Author Miriam Clavir argues that museum practices are historically grounded and represent values that are not necessarily held by the originators of the objects. She first focuses on conservation and explains the principles and methods conservators practise. She then discusses First Nations people's perspectives on preservation, quoting extensively from interviews done throughout British Columbia, and comparing the British Columbia situation with that in New Zealand.
FEELING AND THE FEELING - TYPES ( A ) Feeling in Psychology FEELING is
the function offering the greatest difficulty as regards clear definition . The word is
used for many different kinds of mental contents , when these more or less lack ...
Author: J. H. Van Der Hoop, J H
Publisher: Psychology Press
Routledge is now re-issuing this prestigious series of 204 volumes originally published between 1910 and 1965. The titles include works by key figures such asC.G. Jung, Sigmund Freud, Jean Piaget, Otto Rank, James Hillman, Erich Fromm, Karen Horney and Susan Isaacs. Each volume is available on its own, as part of a themed mini-set, or as part of a specially-priced 204-volume set. A brochure listing each title in the "International Library of Psychology" series is available upon request.
Swing as I know it makes you feel the afterbeat, not the polka beat. The march
beat has permeated ... But the swing feeling had the afterbeat, it's sort of like the
spiritual [snaps fingers] coming from the church [snaps]. And consequenfly, it's
Author: Batt Johnson
Category: Performing Arts
There is no better authority on jazz than the creators, educators, and writers who have made this enigmatic musical style a major force internationally as well as in American history. The answer to the question what is jazz? is as complex and diverse as those involved in it. This book takes the question to noted musicians, scholars, and composers, creating a documentary style of oral history that makes you feel as if you are actually in the room as they put the sounds they know as music into words. The ideas from these authentic, personal voices of authority provide a unique perspective that will enlighten the novice and stimulate the professional. Ron Carter, Bassist-Because they are improvising does not necessarily mean that it is jazz Buddy Rich,Drums-Trane to Bird, Diz to Miles, all in the family of jazz, just different children. Ray Charles, Singer/Pianist-Jazz is the freedom to do what you want within the confines of the chord structure. Milt Jackson, Vibraphonist-"The era of bebop represents jazz to me. Chet Baker, Trumpet-Paris Jazz is a hard swinging rhythm section with everybody playing with the same time feeling.
Adapted from Dr. John Gottman's Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child, this book helps adults identify their parenting and care giving style.
Author: John Mordechai Gottman
Publisher: Parenting Press, Inc.
Category: Family & Relationships
Adapted from Dr. John Gottman's Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child, this book helps adults identify their parenting and care giving style. It explains the five important steps in "emotion coaching" children to ensure that children are guided to healthy emotional growth. Gottman argues that kids who can accept and share their emotions form stronger friendships, achieve more in school, recover from emotional crises more quickly, and are physically healthier. Beautiful illustrations of parents and children help convey the vital message of this guide.