Facing Reality

Author: Cord Meyer
Publisher: University Press of America
ISBN: 9780819125590
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Facing Reality from the Author: Cord Meyer. Originally published by Harper and Row in 1980, this clear-sighted volume blends historical events and autobiographical material in an attempt to explain how one individual American's search for a peaceful world led from the battlefield to the presidency of the United World Federalists, and finally to twenty-six years of active duty with the Central Intelligence Agency.

Facing Reality

Author: Doris C. Smith
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781467043953
Size: 51.47 MB
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Facing Reality from the Author: Doris C. Smith. As you read “Face Reality.” Think about the things that may have you hindered in life. Don’t be afraid, shame or even in denial. Remember, it’s the “truth” that will make you free. Truth is kind of like face cream, when you are dealing with acne. You may not see the results the first couple of times applying it, but after several usages; your skin will began to clear up. So be healed, be delivered and be set free. Most of all be blessed!

Facing Reality

Author: Joseph Grcic
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449033024
Size: 36.74 MB
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Facing Reality from the Author: Joseph Grcic. Facing Reality is an introduction to philosophy which examines central issues in philosophy from an interdisciplinary, multicultural and applied manner. It covers the traditional areas of philosophy such as the nature of knowledge, ethics, free will, the existence of God, life after death, the nature of science and political philosophy. In addition, it covers topics usually not found in introductory texts such as obstacles to rationality, theories of happiness, world religions and the meaning of life. Each chapter has a summary, questions for review, recommended films, suggested readings and dilemmas for discussion. There are also sections entitled "Philosophy in Life" where philosophical ideas are applied to current issues and debates.

Suddenly Facing Reality

Author: Josh Rosenberg
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 147728642X
Size: 19.89 MB
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Suddenly Facing Reality from the Author: Josh Rosenberg. After graduating from college in San Diego, Adam Edelson has no direction and no source of income. Throughout his entire college experience, he lacked motivation and exhausted most of his energy into the party scene. As he enters adulthood, he remains hesitant to seek an honest profession. In need of motivation, Adam invites Richie, his best friend from childhood, to move down from their hometown in Northern California to San Diego. Richie arrives with a shady scheme to start a new chapter of life and generate a financial quick fix. It is a plan that changes Adam's life forever and forces him to seek a less dangerous lifestyle. On his journey to find his true moral compass and calling in life, Adam learns the real story of his family in addition to what it means to love. Adam's story of discovery and maturation involves many obstacles and thrills along the way.

Facing Reality

Author: Mncedisi Nkhoma
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479770221
Size: 54.41 MB
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Facing Reality from the Author: Mncedisi Nkhoma. Facing Reality is written to young adults addressing the issues of relationships and giving a guide towards marriage based on Christian principles. It exposes the prejudices perpetrated by youth custodians who claim to have all it takes to groom and nurture young adults into productive and effective citizens yet avoiding the issues that are at the epicentre of their wellbeing and relationships. Issues like pervasions and promiscuity that result in undesired relationship outcomes are discussed. The Christian Church is reminded of its role and the community is put in its place in addressing these woes. Facing Reality exposes the reality of relationships to young people of this century and addresses this reality in an open way.

Facing Reality

Author: Cyril L. R. James
Publisher: Charles H Kerr Publishing Company
ISBN:
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Facing Reality from the Author: Cyril L. R. James. 02 Written in collaboration with Cornelius Castoriadis and Grace Lee, James examines the practical process of social revolution in the modern world. Inspired by the October 1956 Hungarian workers revolution against Stalinist oppression, as well as the wildcat strikes of U.S. workers (against Capital and the union bureaucracies), James and his co-authors looked ahead to the rise of new mass emancipatory movements by African Americans and anti-colonialist/anti-imperialist currents in Africa and Asia. Virtually alone among the radical texts of the time, Facing Reality, first published in 1958 by Marty Glaberman, rejected modern societys mania for conquering nature, and welcomed womens struggles for new relations between the sexes. A true masterpiece, and still one of the finest expositions of workers self-emancipation around. This new 21st-century edition includes a new introduction by Jamess longtime friend, John H Bracey, situating the book in its 1950s/60s context, and accentuating its continued relevance in our time. Written in collaboration with Cornelius Castoriadis and Grace Lee, James examines the practical process of social revolution in the modern world. Inspired by the October 1956 Hungarian workers revolution against Stalinist oppression, as well as the wildcat strikes of U.S. workers (against Capital and the union bureaucracies), James and his co-authors looked ahead to the rise of new mass emancipatory movements by African Americans and anti-colonialist/anti-imperialist currents in Africa and Asia. Virtually alone among the radical texts of the time, Facing Reality, first published in 1958 by Marty Glaberman, rejected modern societys mania for conquering nature, and welcomed womens struggles for new relations between the sexes. A true masterpiece, and still one of the finest expositions of workers self-emancipation around. This new 21st-century edition includes a new introduction by Jamess longtime friend, John H Bracey, situating the book in its 1950s/60s context, and accentuating its continued relevance in our time.

Facing Reality

Author: Grace Chin Lee
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Facing Reality from the Author: Grace Chin Lee.

Facing Reality

Author: Mary Kelly
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Facing Reality from the Author: Mary Kelly.