Emergence

Emergence Author Steven Johnson
ISBN-10 9780743218269
Release 2012-09-11
Pages 288
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In the tradition of Being Digital and The Tipping Point, Steven Johnson, acclaimed as a "cultural critic with a poet's heart" (The Village Voice), takes readers on an eye-opening journey through emergence theory and its applications. A NEW YORK TIMES NOTABLE BOOK A VOICE LITERARY SUPPLEMENT TOP 25 FAVORITE BOOKS OF THE YEAR AN ESQUIRE MAGAZINE BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR Explaining why the whole is sometimes smarter than the sum of its parts, Johnson presents surprising examples of feedback, self-organization, and adaptive learning. How does a lively neighborhood evolve out of a disconnected group of shopkeepers, bartenders, and real estate developers? How does a media event take on a life of its own? How will new software programs create an intelligent World Wide Web? In the coming years, the power of self-organization -- coupled with the connective technology of the Internet -- will usher in a revolution every bit as significant as the introduction of electricity. Provocative and engaging, Emergence puts you on the front lines of this exciting upheaval in science and thought.



Emergence

Emergence Author Derek Rydall
ISBN-10 9781476731605
Release 2015-01-06
Pages 256
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In his bestselling book Emergence, Derek Rydall helps you throw aside the self-help books and recognize one simple, radical truth: the answer is already in you. The harder we try to change, the deeper in the hole we get. We find a new partner but have the same old fights. We strive for an ever-bigger paycheck but end up broke at a higher income bracket. This is what happens when the basic principle of life—the Law of Emergence—is disrupted, stopping you from knowing that you are the perfect you. Like an acorn is a perfect acorn that becomes a perfect oak tree, there is not a part of you from beginning to end that isn't exactly what you should be. The Law of Emergence provides the foundation to re-engage with this ancient principle. In this seven-stage framework, spiritual life coach Derek Rydall shows that we aren’t lacking anything; everything we need to fulfill our full potential is already inside us. Backed by an ancient truth that has largely been lost, Rydall changes the conversation around how to achieve your potential by showing you how to activate the genius already in you and empower your purpose in life. If you are struggling to improve something about yourself—your health, your mindset, your relationships, then Emergence is the book and Derek is the teacher you have been waiting for.



Emergence

Emergence Author David Spangler
ISBN-10 0385293119
Release 1984
Pages 176
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Discusses the renewal of interest in religion and spirituality and examines the development of the author's mystical beliefs



Emergence

Emergence Author John H. Holland
ISBN-10 0192862111
Release 2000
Pages 258
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'He's the man who taught computers how to have sex. And now, for an encore, he's working on a theory to explain the complexity of life and its myriad manifestations on planet earth.' New York Times In this book, one of today's most innovative thinkers, John H. Holland, explains the theory of emergence-a simple theory that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Emergence demonstrates that a small number of rules or laws can generate incredibly complex systems. From thecheckers-playing computer that learnt to beat its creator again and again, to a fertilized egg that can program the development of a trillion-cell organism, to the ant colonies that build bridges over chasms and navigate leaf-boats on streams, this fascinating and groundbreaking book containswide-ranging implications for science, business, and the arts. 'John Holland is an exceptionally imaginative person. Often surprising, and always engaging, he takes the reader on a journey from simplicity to complexity' Sir Robert May



The Emergence of Cinematic Time

The Emergence of Cinematic Time Author Mary Ann Doane
ISBN-10 0674007298
Release 2002
Pages 288
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Hailed as the permanent record of fleeting moments, the cinema emerged at the turn of the nineteenth century as an unprecedented means of capturing time--and this at a moment when disciplines from physics to philosophy, and historical trends from industrialization to the expansion of capitalism, were transforming the very idea of time. In a work that itself captures and reconfigures the passing moments of art, history, and philosophy, Mary Ann Doane shows how the cinema, representing the singular instant of chance and ephemerality in the face of the increasing rationalization and standardization of the day, participated in the structuring of time and contingency in capitalist modernity. At this book's heart is the cinema's essential paradox: temporal continuity conveyed through "stopped time," the rapid succession of still frames or frozen images. Doane explores the role of this paradox, and of notions of the temporal indeterminacy and instability of an image, in shaping not just cinematic time but also modern ideas about continuity and discontinuity, archivability, contingency and determinism, and temporal irreversibility. A compelling meditation on the status of cinematic knowledge, her book is also an inquiry into the very heart and soul of modernity.



Emergence

Emergence Author Barbara Marx Hubbard
ISBN-10 1612831265
Release 2012-03-01
Pages 192
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What can we expect from the future? According to visionary and futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard, we will see a new type of human emerge in the world. She calls this the Universal Human, and it could be the key to our survival as a species. The Universal Human is connected through the heart to the whole of life, evolving consciously and helping to cocreate a new kind of spiritual path, something we’ve never experienced before, but which is perfect for our time. Emergence lays out the blueprints for birthing this new kind of human, explaining all the steps in what Hubbard calls “an intimate and practical process for all who wish to make the transition to the next stage of evolution.”



The Emergence of Probability

The Emergence of Probability Author Ian Hacking
ISBN-10 0521318033
Release 1984-06-21
Pages 218
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A critique of the growth of probability theory in the fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.



The Emergence of Indian Nationalism

The Emergence of Indian Nationalism Author Anil Seal
ISBN-10 0521096529
Release 1971-09-02
Pages 416
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In this volume Dr Seal analyses the social roots of the rather confused stirrings towards political organisations of the 1870s and 1880s which brought about the foundation of the Indian National Congress. He is concerned not only with the politicians, viceroys and civil servants but with the social structure of those parts of India where political movements were most prominent at the time. The emphasis of this work is more upon Indian politics than upon British policy: the associations in Bengal and Bombay, the genesis of the Congress and the Muslim breakaway which accentuated the political divisions in India.



Emergence and Convergence

Emergence and Convergence Author Mario Bunge
ISBN-10 0802088600
Release 2003
Pages 330
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Two problems continually arise in the sciences and humanities, according to Mario Bunge: parts and wholes and the origin of novelty. In Emergence and Convergence, he works to address these problems, as well as that of systems and their emergent properties, as exemplified by the synthesis of molecules, the creation of ideas, and social inventions. Along the way, Bunge examines further topical problems, such as the search for the mechanisms underlying observable facts, the limitations of both individualism and holism, the reach of reduction, the abuses of Darwinism, the rational choice-hermeneutics feud, the modularity of the brain vs. the unity of the mind, the cluster of concepts around 'maybe,' the uselessness of many-worlds metaphysics and semantics, the hazards posed by Bayesianism, the nature of partial truth, the obstacles to correct medical diagnosis, and the formal conditions for the emergence of a cross-discipline. Bunge is not interested in idle fantasies, but about many of the problems that occur in any discipline that studies reality or ways to control it. His work is about the merger of initially independent lines of inquiry, such as developmental evolutionary biology, cognitive neuroscience, and socio-economics. Bunge proposes a clear definition of the concept of emergence to replace that of supervenience and clarifies the notions of system, real possibility, inverse problem, interdiscipline, and partial truth that occur in all fields.



The Emergence of Feminism in India 1850 1920

The Emergence of Feminism in India  1850 1920 Author Padma Anagol
ISBN-10 0754634116
Release 2005
Pages 264
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This pioneering and innovative study paces women in India at the height of colonial rule at the centre of analysis. Drawing upon rare English and Marathi archival materials, Padma Anagol makes a compelling case for the birth of Indian feminism before the coming of Gandhi by also illustrating how collective movements to improve the status of women in India were based upon a consciousness of the inequalities in gender relations.



The Emergence of Social Space

The Emergence of Social Space Author Kristin Ross
ISBN-10 0816616868
Release 1988-01-01
Pages 170
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The Emergence of Social Space has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Emergence of Social Space also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Emergence of Social Space book for free.



Picture Personalities

Picture Personalities Author Richard DeCordova
ISBN-10 025207016X
Release 2001
Pages 160
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"Moving pictures existed for over a decade before anything resembling a star system appeared. Then, within the space of a very few years, American cinema went from being completely devoid of stars to being completely dependent on them. Picture Personalities is an invaluable account of this crucial development in cinema and modern culture.Conventional wisdom attributes the rise of the star system to the charisma of individual performers or to the public's desire to idolize an appealing star. In Picture Personalities, Richard deCordova argues that the fledgling movie industry and the press conspired to develop the star system, along with a system of discourse to support it. How actors became stars and how they began to assume public identities distinct from their fictional roles was closely tied to the journalistic discourse of the period, produced by the trade press, newspapers, general periodicals, fan magazines, publicity stills, posters, and other material. DeCordova shows how the studios worked to fabricate moral images of the stars' marriages and personal lives and how a series of star scandals in the 1920s challenged those images and brought about changes in the conventions of representing stars. A new foreword by Corey K. Creekmur enhances this first paperback edition."



The Emergence of German Idealism

The Emergence of German Idealism Author Michael Baur
ISBN-10 0813209285
Release 1999
Pages 334
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The Fourier Transform in Biomedical Engineering surveys and introduces the Fourier Transform as a useful and practical technique in the biomedical sciences. The material covered in this primer will educate the reader in the fundamentals of Fourier theory through the use of practical demonstrations and examples. This new text is intended to interest scientists in biomedicine, medical imaging, and related fields. The careful explanations and many examples provide the essential material for those who require an understanding of the significance of temporal and spatial spectral analysis. This book will also serve as a useful resource to medical technologists and physicians for whom a grasp of Fourier principles would aid in their understanding of instruments such as CT and MR scanners.



The Emergence of Everything

The Emergence of Everything Author Harold J. Morowitz
ISBN-10 019513513X
Release 2002-11-07
Pages 209
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A leading scientist in the study of complexity offers a tour of the universe that highlights twenty-eight moments of emergencesignificant events that transcended their own causescovering such developments as the birth of the elements, the appearance of the solar system, and the invention of technology. (Science & Mathematics)



A Fresh Map of Life

A Fresh Map of Life Author Peter Laslett
ISBN-10 0674323270
Release 1991
Pages 213
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The prospect of spending long years in reasonable health and scarcely impaired activity, far beyond the convenient landmark of retirement, has already become the normâe"without anybody really noticing it, let alone appreciating the implications. In this highly original and perhaps controversial book, Peter Laslett urges us to plan ahead for personal enrichmentâe"before retirement and before the children leave homeâe"before we reach the Third Age.



A Fundamental Fear

A Fundamental Fear Author S. Sayyid
ISBN-10 9781783601936
Release 2015-02-12
Pages 224
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The fear and anxiety aroused by Islamism is not a myth, nor is it simply a consequence of terrorism or fundamentalism. Writing in 1997, before 9/11 and before the austerity that has bred a new generation of far right groups across Europe and the US, S. Sayyid warned of a spectre haunting Western civilization. This groundbreaking book, banned by the Malaysian government, is both an analysis of the conditions that have made ‘Islamic fundamentalism’ possible and a provocative account of the ways in which Muslim identities have come to play an increasingly political role throughout the world. This is a pioneering, provocative and intricately crafted study, which shows the challenge of Islamism is not only geopolitical or even cultural but also epistemological.



Japan s Emergence as a Modern State 60th anniv ed

Japan s Emergence as a Modern State   60th anniv  ed Author Herbert E. Norman
ISBN-10 0774841877
Release 2011-11-01
Pages 336
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Originally published in 1940 by the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR), this classic work by a leading 20th-century Japanologist has an enduring value. Japan's Emergence as a Modern State examines the problems and accomplishments of the Meiji period (1868-1912). This edition includes forewords by: R. Gordon Robertson, a former member of the Canadian Department of External Affairs; Len Edwards, the present Canadian ambassador to Japan; and William L. Holland, former secretary-general of the IPR; as well as a preface and introduction by Lawrence Woods. Also included are 10 short essays by leading Canadian, Japanese, and American scholars of Japanese politics, history, and economics,