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  1. A VÉGTELEN DETERMINÁNSOK ELMÉLETÉHEZ. Doctoral Thesis "On the Theory of Determinants." by Otto. SZASZ, 1911-01-01
  2. Introduction to the Theory of Divergent Series by Otto Szasz, 1948
  3. Introduction to the theory of divergent series; by Otto Szasz, 1952
  4. Collected mathematical papers, by Otto Szasz, 1955

41. Laura Fermi: Illustrious Immigrants - Hungarian
111. Paul Erdös and Cornelius Lanczos hold degrees from the University of Budapest;George Polya, Tibor Rado, otto szasz, and Gabor Szegö; studied at the
In my search for clues to the mystery of Hungarian talent I talked to so many Hungarians and heard mention of so many more that I gained the impression of a large representation in the cultural wave. But I must have confused quality with quantity. Though they constitute the fourth largest national group the Hungarians in my file are fewer than a hundred, about 5 per cent of the total wave. They themselves explain that they seem more numerous because they have the gift of ubiquity - and some do seem to be in more than one place at the same time - which multiplies the effect of their presence. Indeed, they travel so frequently, so fast, and so unexpectedly that there is certain ground for this belief. But there may be a better explanation. Hungarian intellectuals began to emigrate earlier than those from Not all the early Hungarian emigrants came directly to this country. Among those who did not, there were many students who sought to finish their education outside Hungary: while the Hungarian gymnasiums were excellent the universities were poor and the numerus clausus excluded from them all but 5 per cent of the Jewish students. German universities were the most favored by Hungarians, though some students went to Austria, Czechoslovakia, and elsewhere. The fact that many went to Germany was ground for a casual remark made recently by one of my Hungarian friends: "Why make so much fuss about the Hungarians? They were all educated in Germany anyhow." But this is too broad a generalization.

42. The Sq-l 2001-May Archive By Author
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43. Erowid Library : Books : Title Index
Our Chemical Culture, Marcia Summers et al, Our Right to Drugs The Case fora Free Market, Thomas szasz, The Outlaw's Bible, EX Boozhie, Oxy, otto Snow,
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A The Abandoned Narcotic Ron Brunton About Drugs Absinthe: History in a Bottle Barnaby Conrad III Acid: A New Secret History of LSD David Black Acid Trips and Chemistry Cam Cloud Uncle Fester An Account of the Antiquities of the Indians Fray Ramón Pané Acid Dreams Acupressure's Potent Points Michael Reed Gach Addiction is a Choice Jeffrey A. Schaler The Adventure of Self-Discovery Stanislav Grof After Prohibition Timothy Lynch Against Excess : Drug Policy for Results Mark Kleiman Ain't Nobody's Business If You Do Peter McWilliams The Alchemy of Culture Richard Rudgley Alice Through the Looking Glass Lewis Carroll All About Drugs All That the Rain Promises and More David Arora Altered State Matthew Collin Altered States James Hughes Altered States of Consciousness Charles T. Tart Amazon Healer Marlene Dobkin de Rios Amphetamine Syntheses Otto Snow Anabolic Steroids The Anesthesia Drugs Handbook Sota Omoigui Angel Dust Stuart Faber Aphrodisiacs Alan Hull Walton The Apples of Apollo Archaic Revival Terence McKenna The Art of Dreaming Carlos Castaneda Art of the Huichol Indians Kathleen Berrin Artificial Paradise Charles Baudelaire The Autobiography of a Winnebago Indian Paul Radin Ayahuasca: Hallucinogens, Consciousness . . .

44. Erowid Library : Subject Index - Drug Related Books
Institute of Mental Health Oxy otto Snow The People's Guide to Deadly Drug Interactions Joe Teresa Graedon Pharmacracy Thomas szasz Psychotropic Drugs
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Specific Psychoactives Absinthe Alcohol Amanitas Amphetamines Ayahuasca Brugmansia Cacti Caffeine Cannabis Cocaine Chocolate Datura DMT Ecstasy Hashish Heroin Kava Khat Ketamine Ibogaine Inhalants LSD MDMA Mescaline Mushrooms Nitrous Opium PCP Peyote Salvia St. John's Wort Steroids Tobacco
Psychedelics Encyclopedia : Peter Stafford
Plants of the Gods
Psychedelic Drugs Reconsidered : Lester Grinspoon and James B. Bakalar
Pharmacotheon : Jonathan Ott
TIHKAL: A Continuation : Alexander and Ann Shulgin
A Golden Guide: Hallucinogenic Plants : Richard Evans Schultes
A Primer of Drug Action : Robert M. Julien
Buzzed: The Straight Facts about the Most Used and Abused Drugs
The Dose Makes the Poison : M. Alice Ottoboni
Drug Identification Bible : Tim Marnell
Drugs and Behavior : Fred Leavitt
Drugs from A to Z: A Dictionary : Richard R. Lingeman
The Encyclopaedia of Psychoactive Substances : Richard Rudgley
The Essential Psychedelic Guide : D.M. Turner

45. ISTG Vol 5 - SS Skaugum
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46. Ethics And Psychiatry: Chapter Five
radical critics of medicineincluding Ralph Nader, Ivan Illych, and Thomas szasz,1as The extremes may be distinguished by what Dr. otto Guttentag calls the
Ethics and Psychiatry:
Toward Professional Definition
A Critique of Szasz's Critique: The Mind-Body Problem Won't Go Away
The Legacy of Cartesian Dualism
The Cartesian approach to knowledge has greatly enhanced biomedical technology by liberating the study of man from medieval theology. Legitimiz ing the study of the human body as a thing, that is, as a physical entity (res extensa), has made possible great technical advances that could not have occurred if anatomical dissections and other experiments that might have challenged the authority of the church were prohibited. However, when we refer to the study of man in the traditions of philosophical anthropology, we understand that to mean much more than the study of human physiology. The "soul" (res cogitans), which Descartes split off from the body, has all but lost any compelling significance in modern culture; even the word "spirit" barely conveys the more-than-physical concerns that are inevitably a part of the physician's concern for the patient. Thus we see two basic ways in which Cartesian dualism can deter modern medicine: (1) through treating the body as a machine (res extensa) and (2) through the concept of discarnate mentality (res cogitans). The former is overly materialistic; the latter is overly rationalistic.3 In all these chapters I have been discussing the limitations of an approach to ethics that attempts complete specifiability. In this chapter I attempt to demonstrate that this approach to ethics, depending as it does on an impersonal view of man (the person) and relying on the Cartesian mind-body dichotomy, contributes to the dehumanization experienced in modern medical practice.

47. NB - ÖLA - Bestände - Literatur Und Kritik
Translate this page Mühringer, Joachim Müller, Jost Andreas Müller, Matthias Müller, otto MüllerVerlag Literatur), Rudolf Sünkel, Wilhelm Szabo, Ferenc szasz, Zsuzsa Széll

Literatur und Kritik
gegr. 1966 Literatur und Kritik , gegründet im April 1966. Das bedeutende, aus der seit 1955 bestehenden Zeitschrift "Wort in der Zeit" hervorgegangene Literaturorgan betonte im Unterschied zu seiner Vorgängerin die Präsentation jüngerer österreichischer Autorinnen und Autoren. Auch Übersetzungen aus der Literatur der Nachfolgestaaten der österreichisch-ungarischen Monarchie räumte es mehr Platz ein. Herausgeber und Redakteure der Anfangszeit waren Gerhard Fritsch und Jeannie Ebner. Nach dem Weggang von Kurt Klinger wurde das Blatt in den 90er Jahren von Karl-Markus Gauß neu gestaltet und wird seitdem von ihm herausgegeben. Betreuerkontakt : Redaktionsarchiv (1966-1990) Zugangsdatum: 1990.
Umfang: 12 Kartons.
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J. Campe, Maria Luise Caputo-Mayr, Hannah Mirjam Cavin, Ahmet Cemal, Norbert Cencig, Manfred Chobot, Peter O. Chotjewitz, Sieglinde Christomannos, E. Chvojka, Johannes Ciesciutti, J. Friedrich Clever, Margot Cohn, Karl Corino (Robert-Musil-Archiv), Werner Creutziger, Gerhardt Csejka, Sylvia Csorba-Leibundgut, Mechthild Curtius, Franz Josef Czernin, Hubertus Czernin, Eva Czjzek D
Natalie Ecker, Norbert Eckert, Friedrich Edelsbacher, Alois Eder, Rosemarie Egger, Franz Eggler (G. Heinzles Erben), Ernst Eichler, Herbert Eisenreich, Albert Emilian, Nelly Engel, Willem Enzinck, Ulrich Erckenbrecht, Gustav Ernst, Klas Ewert Everwyn

48. Constitutional Patriots Opposing Prohibition - Drug Book List
Friedman and szasz on Liberty and Drugs Essays on the Free Market and Prohibitionby Arnold S A Resource Book for the Debate by Steve otto; Paperback Book
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Drug Book and Resource List Pharmacracy: Medicine and Politics in America
by Thomas Stephen Szasz; Hardcover Freedom in Chains : The Rise of the State and the Demise of the Citizen
by James Bovard; Paperback High society : the legislation of illicit drugs
by Joan Kersey;
Out of PrintLimited Availability Drug Legalization : A Pro/Con Issue (Hot Pro/Con Issues)
by Jennifer Lawler; Library Binding Drug Legalization (Current Controversies) by Scott Barbour (Editor); Paperback Drugs and Rights (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Public Policy) by Douglas N. Husak; Hardcover

49. Untitled Document
Adler (and otto Rank) dwelled on the present. All of these make sense. But all thishas to be tailored to whether or not it makes sense to the patient. . szasz

50. Manuscripts Guide - Sn Through Sz
9 reels. Presented by collector, 1972, 1975 (Rec. 85,102). szasz,otto (18841952) . Mathematician Notebook, 1907-1908. 5 pp. This

51. ORB Bibliographies Medieval Midwives
Translate this page 87 szasz, Thomas S. Die Fabrikation des Wahnsinns (Olten Walter-Verlag Beitrag zurVervollkommnung des Hebammenwesens (Leipzig Verlag von otto Wiegand, 1874).

52. CSMEE Digest 96-6
So Shall You Reap Farming and Crops in Human Affairs, by otto T. Solbrig and TheDay the Sun Rose Twice, by Ferenc Morton szasz, University of New Mexico Press
Books to Help Teachers Achieve Science Literacy
September 1996 (Updated March 2002) ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education DIGEST Many teachers accept science literacy as an important goal for K-12 education. Those without a strong background in science, mathematics, and technology, however, may be unsure of how to teach important ideas from these fields to their students. The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) provided some direction with its report, Science for All Americans (1989), that includes a set of recommendations about what scientifically literate citizens should know and be able to do. A companion report, Benchmarks for Science Literacy (1993), elaborates the expected progress that students should make toward science literacy by recommending what students should know and be able to do at certain grade levels. Many of the ideas and recommendations found in these two reports have subsequently influenced formulation of National Science Education Standards (National Resarch Council, 1996) as well as numerous state and local curriculum frameworks. But where can teachers turn to strengthen their own understanding of science ideas and bring substance to local, state, and national standards? As part of its comprehensive effort to reform K-12 education, Project 2061 of the AAAS has begun to address this problem, recently developing a database of trade books on topics central to science literacy. The database is designed to help teachers better understand a specific set of learning goals for their students by linking directly to recommendations in Science for All Americans. Though broad in scope, Science for All Americans focuses on ideas central to science literacy, deliberately omitting less crucial topics, however popular in today's curriculum materials and classrooms.

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otto, Max, C. Science and the Moral Life. otto, Rudolf The Idea of the Holy. Sohrab,Ahmed The Bible of Mankind. szasz, Thomas Law, Liberty and Psychiatry.
Bibliography Adler, Felix: An Ethical Philosophy of Life Arendt, Hannah: The Origins of Totalitarianism Bergman, Hugo, Samuel: Faith and Reason Berrigan, Daniel: To Dwell in Peace Bernard, Walter: Spinoza and Brunner Berne, Eric: Games People Play Black, Algernon: Without Burnt Offerings Blackham, H. J.: Reality, Man and Existence Bonhoeffer, Dietrich : Ethics The Cost of Discipleship Boyd, Malcolm : The Underground Church Breastead, James H.: The Dawn of Conscience Brunner, Constantin: Science, Spirit, Superstition Buber, Martin: I and Thou; Between Man and Man Buehrens, John A. and Church, Forester: Our Chosen Faith Camus, Albert: The Rebel Capek, Norbert, F. and Karel Haspl: Creative Religion Cronbach, Abraham: The Realities of Religion Dewey, John: A Common Faith; Philosophy in Reconstruction Dunham, Barrows : Heroes and Heretics Commoner, Barry: Science and Survival Dietrich John: What I Believe; Thoughts on God Einstein, Albert: The World As I See It; Out of My Later Years Ellis, Albert: Sex Without Guilt Ellis Albert, and Harper R. A.: A Guide to Rational Living

54. Ajil971
law permits the threat or use of nuclear weapons in any circumstance Peter HF BekkerAddendum Paul C. szasz. NGOs, the UN, and Global Governance (Dianne otto).
American Journal of International Law 1997 - Vol. 91-1
Toward World Antitrust and Market Access

Eleanor M. Fox
Environmental Security and Freshwater Resources: Ecosystem Regime Building
Editorial Comments The WTO Dispute Settlement Understanding—Misunderstandings on the Nature of Legal Obligation

John H. Jackson
Nuclear Weapons, International Law and the World Court: A Historic Encounter
Richard A. Falk
Due Process and Witness Anonymity
Christine M. Chinkin
Witness Anonymity Is Inconsistent with Due Process Monroe Leigh The Helms-Burton Act: Exercising the Presidential Option Theodor Meron and Detlev F. Vagts Notes and Comments Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law Marian Nash (Leich) International Decisions Edited by Judith Hippler Bello Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide International Court of Justice Judgement rejecting Yugoslavia's preliminary objections to Bosnia-Herzegovina's allegations of violations of the Genocide Convention Peter H. F. Bekker and Paul C. Szasz

55. Lebensdaten Von Mathematikern
Translate this page Jöns (1771 - 1851) Sylow, Peter Ludvig Mejdell (12.12.1832 - 7.9.1918) Sylvester,James Joseph (3.9.1814 - 15.3.1897) szasz, otto (1884 - 1952) Szego, Gabor
Diese Seite ist dem Andenken meines Vaters Otto Hebisch (1917 - 1998) gewidmet. By our fathers and their fathers
in some old and distant town
from places no one here remembers
come the things we've handed down.
Marc Cohn Dies ist eine Sammlung, die aus verschiedenen Quellen stammt, u. a. aus Jean Dieudonne, Geschichte der Mathematik, 1700 - 1900, VEB Deutscher Verlag der Wissenschaften, Berlin 1985. Helmut Gericke, Mathematik in Antike und Orient - Mathematik im Abendland, Fourier Verlag, Wiesbaden 1992. Otto Toeplitz, Die Entwicklung der Infinitesimalrechnung, Springer, Berlin 1949. MacTutor History of Mathematics archive A B C ... Z Abbe, Ernst (1840 - 1909)
Abel, Niels Henrik (5.8.1802 - 6.4.1829)
Abraham bar Hiyya (1070 - 1130)
Abraham, Max (1875 - 1922)
Abu Kamil, Shuja (um 850 - um 930)
Abu'l-Wafa al'Buzjani (940 - 998)
Ackermann, Wilhelm (1896 - 1962) Adams, John Couch (5.6.1819 - 21.1.1892) Adams, John Frank (5.11.1930 - 7.1.1989) Adelard von Bath (1075 - 1160) Adler, August (1863 - 1923) Adrain, Robert (1775 - 1843)

56. Psychology Articles - Articles On Psychology, Interviews, Videos
include Irvin Yalom, Donald Meichenbaum, otto Kernberg, Albert Ellis, James Bugental,Thomas szasz, John Gottman, Frank Pittman, Stephanie Brown, and others.

57. Neue Seite 1
Translate this page Sylvester, James Joseph (3.9.1814 - 15.3.1897). szasz, otto (1884- 1952). Szego, Gabor (1895 - 1985). Tacquet, Andrea (1612 - 1660).
Abbe, Ernst (1840 - 1909) Abel, Niels Henrik (5.8.1802 - 6.4.1829) Abraham bar Hiyya (1070 - 1130) Abraham, Max (1875 - 1922) Abu Kamil, Shuja (um 850 - um 930) Abu'l-Wafa al'Buzjani (940 - 998) Ackermann, Wilhelm (1896 - 1962) Adams, John Couch (5.6.1819 - 21.1.1892) Adams, John Frank (5.11.1930 - 7.1.1989) Adelard von Bath (1075 - 1160) Adler, August (1863 - 1923) Adrain, Robert (1775 - 1843) Aepinus, Franz Ulrich Theodosius (13.12.1724 - 10.8.1802) Agnesi, Maria (1718 - 1799) Ahlfors, Lars (1907 - 1996) Ahmed ibn Yusuf (835 - 912) Ahmes (um 1680 - um 1620 v. Chr.) Aida Yasuaki (1747 - 1817) Aiken, Howard Hathaway (1900 - 1973) Airy, George Biddell (27.7.1801 - 2.1.1892) Aithoff, David (1854 - 1934) Aitken, Alexander (1895 - 1967) Ajima, Chokuyen (1732 - 1798) Akhiezer, Naum Il'ich (1901 - 1980) al'Battani, Abu Allah (um 850 - 929) al'Biruni, Abu Arrayhan (973 - 1048) al'Chaijami (? - 1123) al'Haitam, Abu Ali (965 - 1039) al'Kashi, Ghiyath (1390 - 1450) al'Khwarizmi, Abu Abd-Allah ibn Musa (um 790 - um 850) Albanese, Giacomo (1890 - 1948) Albert von Sachsen (1316 - 8.7.1390)

58. The Wl-phplista 2001-March Archive By Thread
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60. Pray For Light And Wisdom To Stream Forth Into The Minds And
1958 Mircea Eliade, Patterns in Comparative Religion. otto Rank, Beyond Psychology.Hans Jonas, The Gnostic Religion. Thomas szasz, The Myth of Mental Illness.
Pray for light and wisdom to stream forth into
the minds and hearts of all human beings
S h o p L i b r a r y C o m m u n i t y P r a c t i c e s ... A b o u t Consciousness Timeline by Steve Dinan
Steve Dinan's Consciousness Timeline, which comes to Enlightenment.Com under Special Arrangement with the Transformative Community Network, is a marvel of brevity and depth. While any timeline can be expanded, and while one might quibble with some of the things that are included or excluded, there is no doubt that this is a superb resource and tool for those interested in consciousness, transformation, and spirituality. Steve formerly directed and helped to create , a think tank where leading scholars, researchers, and teachers can explore the frontiers of human potential. He graduated from Stanford University, holds a master's degree in East-West Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies, and has studied Hinduism, Buddhism, Sufism, and Christian and Jewish mysticism, as well as transpersonal psychology. He is the editor of an anthology, Radical Spirit: Voices of Vision and Hope from the Teachers of Tomorrow (March 2002, New World Library), and the author of various books in development: The Call, In Kali's Garden, and Savoring Samsara. His volume of mystical poetry Angelfire is available as a pdf file via email. He can be reached at

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