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The Agamben Dictionary

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The Agamben Dictionary by Alex Murray and Jessica Whyte
English | 2011-08-30 | ISBN: 0748640592, 0748640584 | PDF | 256 pages | 0,8 MB

The Agamben Dictionary
Agamben's vocabulary is both expansive and idiosyncratic, with words such as "infancy", "gesture" and "profanation" given specific and complex meanings that can bewilder the new reader. Bringing together leading scholars in the field, including Thanos Zartaloudis (Birkbeck, University of London), Kevin Attell (Cornell University) and Catherine Mills (The University of Sydney) the 150 entries explain the key concepts in Agamben's work and his relationship with other thinkers, from Aristotle to Aby Warburg.
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Audioslave (Guitar Recorded Versions) by Audioslave

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Audioslave (Guitar Recorded Versions) by Audioslave
English | Sep 1, 2003 | ISBN: 0634057316 | 72 Pages | PDF | 4,4 MB

Audioslave (Guitar Recorded Versions) by Audioslave
(Guitar Recorded Versions). An alt-metal supergroup for the new millennium, Audioslave pairs Rage Against the Machine (sans Zack de la Rocha) with former Soundgarden singer Chris Cornell for truly explosive results. Our matching folio to their 2002 debut includes note-for-note guitar transcriptions with tab for the hit single "Cochise" and 13 more:
1. Bring 'Em Back Alive
2. Exploder
3. Gasoline
4. Getaway Car
5. Hypnotize
6. I Am the Highway
7. The Last Remaining Light
8. Light My Way
9. Like a Stone
10. Set It Off
11. Shadow on the Sun
12. Show Me How to Live
13. What You Are

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On Concurrent Programming (Texts in Computer Science)

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On Concurrent Programming (Texts in Computer Science) By Fred B. Schneider
1997 | 473 Pages | ISBN: 0387949429 , 146127303X | PDF | 58 MB
Here, one of the leading figures in the field provides a comprehensive survey of the subject, beginning with prepositional logic and concluding with concurrent programming. It is based on graduate courses taught at Cornell University and is designed for use as a graduate text. Professor Schneier emphasises the use of formal methods and assertional reasoning using notation and paradigms drawn from programming to drive the exposition, while exercises at the end of each chapter extend and illustrate the main themes covered. As a result, all those interested in studying concurrent computing will find this an invaluable approach to the subject.

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