Information Assurance And Security Education And Training

Author: Ronald C. Dodge
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3642393772
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Information Assurance And Security Education And Training from the Author: Ronald C. Dodge. This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th IFIP WG 11.8 World Conference on Security Education, WISE 8, held in Auckland, New Zealand, in July 2013. It also includes papers from WISE 6, held in Bento GonƧalves, Brazil, in July 2009 and WISE 7, held in Lucerne, Switzerland in June 2011. The 34 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in this volume. They represent a cross section of applicable research as well as case studies in security education.

Money Magic

Author: U. D. (Frater)
Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide
ISBN: 0738721271
Size: 51.21 MB
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Money Magic from the Author: U. D. (Frater). One of the world's best-known ceremonial magicians, contemporary occult author Frater Uāˆ“Dāˆ“, presents the definitive book of money magic. Previously unavailable in English, this advanced guide will be welcomed by ceremonial magicians, hermeticists, and other magic users. Money Magicstarts with the revolutionary premise that money belongs to the element of Air. By transforming the idea of money in your psyche, you will invite wealth to flow more freely and easily into your life. This comprehensive guide gives step-by-step instructions on how to master prosperity in its true element using new paradigms, magical invocations, rituals, sigils, and pathworkings.

Religion And The Public Order Of The European Union

Author: Ronan McCrea
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199595356
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Religion And The Public Order Of The European Union from the Author: Ronan McCrea. The first account of the relationship between religion and the constitutional order of the EU, dealing with the key questions of religious freedom and the institutional role of religion and addressing the issues that are at the centre of public debate in Europe, such as the compatibility of Islam with European models of liberal democracy.

Media And Communication In Europe

Author: Agnieszka Stepinska
Publisher: Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH
ISBN: 3832536809
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Media And Communication In Europe from the Author: Agnieszka Stepinska. This timely book explores how the media shape the Europeanization of the public sphere within the European Union (EU). Bringing together a range of international scholars in media studies and journalism and covering both traditional and online media, it argues that Europeanization is not just an idea - it is a real, ongoing process that we are experiencing every day. Assessing a wide range of actors and processes and acknowledging the diverse relationships between media and politics, the chapters edited by Agnieszka Stepinska reflect contemporary conceptualizations of Europeanization and unravel the complex mediatization of European politics. It covers topics as diverse as children's socialization within the European Union via kid's TV programmes; the impact of the 'Euroblogosphere' on policy decisions; and international broadcasting as one of the key elements to understanding new public diplomacy in Europe. Using the Polish EU presidency of 2011 as an extensive case study, the book's latter part shows what impact Poland's presidency had on its representation, both domestically and abroad, and questions the Presidency's actual power of attracting media attention. 'Media and Communication in Europe' is a valuable resource for any student and researcher interested in the complex relationship between the media and the EU.

Nietzsche S Ontology

Author: Laird Addis
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110321769
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Nietzsche S Ontology from the Author: Laird Addis. Although there is a huge literature on Nietzscheā€™s philosophy, this is the first study in English that focuses on his ontology. Before proceeding to that ontology, Addis argues that, contrary to many commentators, Nietzsche defends both the possibility and the desirability of objectivity in the search for knowledge, including knowledge of the basic features of reality, that is, of ontology. In separate chapters, Addis then sets out, analyzes, and evaluates the five essential components of Nietzscheā€™s ontology: constant change, substances and things, minds, causation, and will to power. In each case, Addis contributes an original understanding of the feature under discussion, with more detail than exists in other treatments, and defended with quotes from relevant texts of Nietzsche.

In The Light Of Truth

Author: Abd-ru-shin
Publisher: Grail Foundation Press
ISBN: 1574610007
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In The Light Of Truth from the Author: Abd-ru-shin. Written between the years 1923 and 1938, this collection of 168 essays addresses all the spheres of life, from science and nature to the arts, society and economics, sex and sexuality, the family, women's issues, religion, race, and God.