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“Advanced Fluid Dynamics” ed. by Hyoung Woo Oh

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"Advanced Fluid Dynamics" ed. by Hyoung Woo Oh
InTeOpP | 2012 | ISBN: 9535102702 9789535102700 | 281 pages | PDF | 18 MB
This book is intended to serve as a reference text for presenting a broad range of topics on fluid dynamics to advanced scientists and researchers.
The chapters have been contributed by the prominent specialists in the field of fluid dynamics cover experimental and numerical fluid dynamics, aeroacoustics, multiphase flow analysis, convective instability, combustion, and turbulence modeling.

“Advanced Fluid Dynamics” ed. by Hyoung Woo Oh
Contents
Preface
1. An Experimental and Computational Study of the Fluid Dynamics of Dense Cooling Air-Mists
2. Direct Numerical Simulations of Compressible Vortex Flow Problems
3. Fluid Dynamics of Gas – Solid Fluidized Beds
4. Fuel Jet in Cross Flow – Experimental Study of Spray Characteristics
5. Influence of Horizontal Temperature Gradients on Convective Instabilities with Geophysical Interest
6. Internal Flows Driven by Wall-Normal Injection
7. Modelling of Turbulent Premixed and Partially Premixed Combustion
8. Multiscale Window Interaction and Localized Nonlinear Hydrodynamic Stability Analysis
9. Stability Investigation of Combustion Chambers with LES
10. Turbulent Boundary Layer Models: Theory and Applications
11. Unitary Qubit Lattice Gas Representation of 2D and 3D Quantum Turbulence
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The Creating Brain: The Neuroscience of Genius

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The Creating Brain: The Neuroscience of Genius by Nancy C. Andreasen
English | 2005-11-30 | ISBN: 1932594078 | PDF | 197 pages | 1,1 MB

The Creating Brain: The Neuroscience of Genius
Michelangelo was raised in a rustic village by a family of modest means. Shakespeare's father was a middle-class businessman. Abraham Lincoln came from a family of itinerant farmers. Yet all these men broke free from their limited circumstances and achieved brilliant careers as creative artists and leaders. How such extraordinary creativity develops in the human brain is the subject of renowned psychiatrist Nancy Andreasen's The Creating Brain.
Andreasen explains here how the brain produces creative breakthroughs in art, literature, and science, revealing that creativity is not the same thing as intelligence. She scrutinizes the complex factors involved in the development of creativity, including the role of patrons and mentors, "non-standard" educations, and the possession of an "omnivorous" vision. A fascinating interview with acclaimed playwright Neil Simon sheds further light on the creative process.The relationship between genius and insanity also plays an important role in Andreasen's examination. Drawing on her studies of writers in the Iowa Writers' Workshop and other scientific evidence, Andreasen asserts that while creativity may sometimes be linked to mental disorders and may be partially due to familial/genetic factors, neither is inevitable nor needed for creativity to flourish.
Scientist's increasing understanding of the brain's plasticity suggests even more possibilities for nurturing the creative drive, and Andreasen looks ahead to exciting implications for child-rearing and education. The Creating Brain presents an inspiring vision for a future where everyone-not just artists or writers-can fulfill their creative capacity.
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Polarised Light

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Polarised Light
English | Physics, Optics | 13. February 2001 | ISBN-10: 0750306734 | 122 pages | pdf | 0.6 mb
We humans cannot see when light is polarized and this leads to unfortunate misapprehensions about this aspect of nature. Even scientists who should know better often assume that it is an obscure topic of specialized interest in only a few rather isolated areas.

Polarised Light
In fact, it is a universal feature of our world and most natural light is at least partially polarized. In the animal kingdom, insects and other animals exploit such natural polarization in some fascinating ways since they do not share this human deficiency and can both detect and analyze polarization. It may be our unfamiliarity with this aspect of light that also makes people think it is a difficult subject, yet the basis is extremely simple. When these misconceptions are overcome, the phenomena associated with polarization are found to be important throughout science and technology, from physics, astronomy, natural history, geology, chemistry, and several branches of engineering to crafts such as glass-blowing and jewelry. Polarized light also involves some very beautiful effects, most of which are easy to demonstrate. Enriching our perception of the world, this book addresses these misconceptions and provides a framework for applications. It covers wave alignment and crystals as well as various phenomena such as scattering and reflection.
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Between Urban and Wild: Reflections from Colorado

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Andrea M. Jones, "Between Urban and Wild: Reflections from Colorado"
English | ISBN: 1609381874 | 2013 | 192 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Between Urban and Wild: Reflections from Colorado
In her calm, carefully reasoned perspective on place, Andrea Jones focuses on the familiar details of country life balanced by the larger responsibilities that come with living outside an urban boundary. Neither an environmental manifesto nor a prodevelopment defense, Between Urban and Wild operates partly on a practical level, partly on a naturalist's level. Jones reflects on life in two homes in the Colorado Rockies, first in Fourmile Canyon in the foothills west of Boulder, then near Cap Rock Ridge in central Colorado. Whether negotiating territory with a mountain lion, balancing her observations of the predatory nature of pygmy owls against her desire to protect a nest of nuthatches, working to reduce her property's vulnerability to wildfire while staying alert to its inherent risks during fire season, or decoding the distinct personalities of her horses, she advances the tradition of nature writing by acknowledging the effects of sprawl on a beloved landscape.

Although not intended as a manual for landowners, Between Urban and Wild nonetheless offers useful and engaging perspectives on the realities of settling and living in a partially wild environment. Throughout her ongoing journey of being home, Jones's close observations of the land and its native inhabitants are paired with the suggestion that even small landholders can act to protect the health of their properties. Her brief meditations capture and honor the subtleties of the natural world while illuminating the importance of working to safeguard it.

Probing the contradictions of a lifestyle that burdens the health of the land that she loves, Jones's writing is permeated by her gentle, earnest conviction that living at the urban-wild interface requires us to set aside self-interest, consider compromise, and adjust our expectations and habits-to accommodate our surroundings rather than force them to accommodate us.
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Capitalism: Its Origins and Evolution as a System of Governance

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Capitalism: Its Origins and Evolution as a System of Governance by Bruce R. Scott
English | ISBN 10: 146141878X | 2011 | PDF | 705 pages | 11,6 MB
Two systems of governance, capitalism and democracy, prevail in the world today. Operating simultaneously in partially distinct domains, these systems rely on indirect governance through regulated competition to coordinate actors; inevitably, these systems influence and transform each other.

Capitalism: Its Origins and Evolution as a System of Governance
This book rejects the simple equation of capitalism with markets in favor of a three-level system, a model which recognizes that markets are administered by regulators through institutions and governed by a political authority with the power to regulate behavior, punish transgressors, and redesign institutions. This system's emergence required the sovereign to relinquish some power in order to release the energies of economic actors. Rather than spreading through an unguided natural process like trade, capitalism emerged where competitive pressures forced political authorities to take risks in order to achieve increased revenues by permitting markets for land, labor, and capital.
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Immanuel Kant and Philosophy – 670 books

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Immanuel Kant and Philosophy – 670 books

Immanuel Kant and Philosophy – 670 books

Immanuel Kant – 282 PDFs

Philosophy – 388 PDFs

The Immanuel Kant collection (5.5 GB of PDFs) developed in 2011, before I joined, as many other books have done.

The Philosophy group of 388 PDFs is from various assorted collections (partially at IPT), from 2006 to the present.

I’ve checked these, as well as possible, for quality and duplicates.

The lists:

_Immanuel Kant_ 282 PDFs

A Commentary on Kant’s Critique of Practical Reason (UCP 1960) – L.W. Beck.pdf
A Companion to Kant (Blackwell 2006) – (ed.) Graham Bird.pdf
A Kant Dictionary (Blackwell 2000) – Howard Caygill.pdf
Accessing Kant_A Relaxed Introduction to the Critique of Pure Reason (OUP 2005) – J.F. Rosenberg.pdf
Aesthetics and Subjectivity_From Kant to Nietzsche – Andrew Bowie.pdf
Aesthetics.and.Cognition.in.Kants.Critical.Philosophy.Jul.2006.pdf
Agency and Autonomy in Kant’s Moral Theory_Selected Essays (OUP 2006) – Andrews Reath.pdf
Allison, Henry – Kant’s Theory of Taste.pdf
An Introduction to Kant’s Aesthetics_Core Concepts and Problems (Blackwell 2005) – C.H. Wenzel.pdf
An Introduction to Kant’s Ethics (CUP 1994) – R.J. Sullivan.pdf
An Introduction to Kant’s Moral Philosophy (CUP 2010) – Jennifer K. Uleman.pdf
Andrews Reath – Agency and Autonomy in Kant’s Moral Theory~ Oxford.pdf
Anthropologie in Pragmatischer Hinsicht (1800).pdf
Anthropology, History, and Education (CUP 2007) – (eds.) Gu?nter Zo?ller & Robert Louden.pdf
Aquinas and Kant_The Foundations of the Modern Sciences (1950) – Gavin Ardley.pdf
Arendt – Lectures on Kant’s Political Philosophy.pdf
Bacon und Kant (De Gruyter 2008) – Shi-Hyong Kim.pdf
Banham, Gary – Kant and the Ends of Aesthetics.pdf
Berger, David – Kant’s Aesthetic Theory. The Beautiful and Agreeable.pdf
Between Kant and Hegel_Lectures on German Idealism (HUP 2003) – Dieter Henrich.pdf
Between Truth and Illusion_Kant at the Crossroads of Modernity (2002) – Predrag Cicovacki.pdf
Bowie, Andrew – Aesthetics and Subjectivity. From Kant to Nietzsche.pdf
Cambridge University Press Kant on Moral Autonomy (2013).pdf
Cambridge.Companion.to.Kant.and.Modern.Philosophy.Feb.2006.pdf
Character, Liberty, and Law_Kantian Essays in Theory and Practice (Kluwer 1998) – J.G. Murphy.pdf
Companion to Kant (Blackwell 2006) – (ed.) Graham Bird.pdf
Constructions of Reason_Explorations of Kantian Practical Philosophy – Onora O’Neill.pdf
Correspondence (CUP 1999) – Arnulf Zweig.pdf
Creating the Kingdom of Ends (CUP 1996) – Christine M. Korsgaard.pdf
Critique of Practical Reason (Hackett 2002) – Pluhar.pdf
Critique of Practical Reason (pdf of html) – Gregor.pdf
Critique of Pure Reason (CUP 1998) – (ed.) P. Guyer .pdf
Critique of Pure Reason (Hackett 1996) – Pluhar.pdf
Critique of the Power of Judgment (CUP 2002) – (ed.) P. Guyer.pdf
Dickerson – Kant on Representation and Objectivity.pdf
Die Analogie von Vernunft und Natur_Eine Umweltphilosophie nach Kant (DeGruyter 2009) – Angela Brietenbach.pdf
Dostoevsky and Kant_Dialogues on Ethics – Evgenia Cherkasova.pdf
Essays on Kant’s Anthropology (CUP 2003) – (ed.) B. Jacobs.pdf
Ethics of the Real (Verso 2000) – Alenka ZupanCic.pdf
Ethics Vindicated~ Kant’s Transcendental Legitimation of Moral Discourse – Oxford.pdf
Fallen Freedom_Kant on Radical Evil and Moral Regeneration (CUP 1990) – Gordon E. Michalson.pdf
Force and Freedom_Kant’s Legal and Political Philosophy – Arthur Ripstein.pdf
Freedom and Anthropology in Kant’s Moral Philosophy (CUP 2003) – Patrick R. Frierson.pdf
Freedom and Religion in Kant and His Immediate Successors_The Vocation of Humankind, 1774-1800 – George de Giovanni.pdf
From Kant to Davidson_Philosophy and the Idea of the Transcendental (Routledge 2002) – J. Malpas.pdf
From Morality to Virtue (1992) – Michael Slote.pdf
From.Kant.to.Davidson.Philosophy.and.the.Idea.of.the.Transcendental.Jun.2002.pdf
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_Philosophy_ 388 PDFs

The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime_200.pdf
The Sublime Object of Ideology (Second Edition)_2009.pdf
A Brief History of the Paradox – Philosophy and the Labyrinths of the Mind – R. Sorensen (Oxford, 2003) WW.pdf
A Companion to African Philosophy.pdf
A Companion to Analytic Philosophy.pdf
A Companion to Philosophy in the Middle Ages.pdf
A Companion to Philosophy of Biology.pdf
A Companion to the Philosophy of Language.pdf
A Companion to the Philosophy of Science.pdf
A History of Philosophy – Vol II – Medieval Philosophy.pdf
A History of Philosophy – Vol III – Late Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy.pdf
A History of Philosophy – Vol IV – From Descartes to Leibniz.pdf
A History Of Philosophy – Wilhelm Windelban.pdf
A History of Poetics – German Scholarly Aesthetics and Poetics in International Context, 1770-1960.pdf
A History Of Political Thought From Ancient Greece To Early Christianity – Janet Coleman.pdf
A History Of Western Philosophy – Ralph McInerny.pdf
A History Of Western Philosophy The Twentieth Century To Quine and Derrida 3rd ed – Robert Fogelin.pdf
A New History of Western Philosophy – Vol IV – Philosophy in the Modern World.pdf
A Short History Of Ethics – Alasdair Macintyre.pdf
An Illustrated Brief History of Western Philosophy.pdf
Analytic.Philosophy.and.History.of.Philosophy.Jun.2005.pdf
Ancient.Philosophy.A.New.History.of.Western.Philosophy.Volume.1.Sep.2004.pdf
Ansell-Pearson (ed) – Nietzsche and Modern German Thought.pdf
Anthology of Philosophy in Persia Vol. 3, Philosophical Theology in the Middle A
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Dondi White Style Master General: The Life of Graffiti Artist Dondi White

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Andrew Witten, Michael White, "Dondi White Style Master General: The Life of Graffiti Artist Dondi White"
2001 | ISBN-10: 0060394277 | 208 pages | PDF | 30 MB

Dondi White Style Master General: The Life of Graffiti Artist Dondi White
"In the beginning, there was the Word. On the streets and in the yards, the word was the Name. And the name was everything. It was persona and place, form and content, truth and fiction. The name was an act of self-invention, a pure visual manifestation, through alter ego, alias, and nom de plume, of personal expressions in the public realm. The name was a line and the line begat the Mark. Then, in the great style wars toward the end of the second millennium, medium, meaning, and message were joined in a golden era where the name became the source and signifier of Style. And when the name became wild style, the word was Dondi."

— from the Foreword

The dominance of the graffiti aesthetic in contemporary culture is undeniable. But how did an art form spawned in the train yards of 1970s New York achieve the ubiquity it now enjoys at every level of the mass-media landscape? There are many answers to the question, but one major factor is indisputable: Dondi White.

Coming of age in hardscrabble East New York in the early 1970s, Dondi White unknowingly began the process of introducing a whole new artistic dialect into the cacophony of the American art scene. His train pieces painted from roughly 1977 to 1982 stand as some of the most influential works ever committed to Transit Authority steel. Writing with legendary partners such as DURO, NOC 167, KID 56, KEL 139, and FUZZ ONE, Dondi created some of graffiti art's most enduring iconography. His pieces just don't stop — and neither do the aliases. From the badass Mr. Whites to the cocky, self-satisfied Busses, from the nasty Pres to the perfect, vicious Rolls, Dondi straight killed it, again and again. Works like Children of the Grave Part 2 and Mr White + Bev remain benchmark pieces for graffiti aficionados the world over.

In the 1980s, partially through his collaborations with noted photographers Henry Chalfant and Martha Cooper, Dondi White's work entered the rarefied world of fine art. In making the transition from subway car to canvas, Dondi retained his unfaltering sense of letter form and balance, and his paintings remain a testament to the clarity of his aesthetic. Dondi's canvases were subsequently shown in galleries from New York to Amsterdam to Tokyo and beyond, influencing a new generation of young artists and introducing an indigenous American art form to the rest of the world.

Dondi White: Style Master General presents the life and work of a seminal — yet heretofore overlooked — American artist whose work has resonated on every level of our popular culture. Filled with rare photographs, original sketches, unpublished interview materials, and testimony from some of Dondi's closest cohorts, here, finally, is the full story. At the time of his death in 1998, Dondi had seen the majority of his work destroyed — scraped off, painted over, or chemically removed from the steel upon which it thrived. Within these pages, however, it still speaks volumes.

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Adapting Cognitive Therapy for Depression: Managing Complexity and Comorbidity by Mark A. Whisman PhD

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Adapting Cognitive Therapy for Depression: Managing Complexity and Comorbidity by Mark A. Whisman PhD
English | Feby 5, 2008 | ISBN: 1593856385 | 465 Pages | PDF | 1 MB
While the efficacy of cognitive therapy for depression is well established, every clinician is likely to encounter patients who do not respond to "standard" protocols. In this highly practical volume, leading authorities provide a unified set of clinical guidelines for conceptualizing, assessing, and treating challenging presentations of depression.

Adapting Cognitive Therapy for Depression: Managing Complexity and Comorbidity by Mark A. Whisman PhD
Presented are detailed, flexible strategies for addressing severe, chronic, partially remitted, or recurrent depression, as well as psychiatric comorbidities, medical conditions, and family problems that may complicate treatment. The book also offers essential knowledge and tools for delivering competent care to specific populations of depressed patients: ethnic minorities; lesbian, gay, and bisexual people; adolescents; and older adults.
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Japan’s World Heritage Sites: Unique Culture, Unique Nature

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Japan's World Heritage Sites: Unique Culture, Unique Nature by John Dougill
English | 2014 | ISBN: 4805312858 | 192 pages | PDF | 38,5 MB

Japan’s World Heritage Sites: Unique Culture, Unique Nature
Visit the most compelling cultural and nature sites in all of Japan-and the world!

In Japan's World Heritage Sites, readers are introduced to the temples, gardens, castles and natural wonders for which Japan is so justly renowned-all of those now declared to be Unesco World Heritage Sites. Author John Dougill describes each site in detail, stating why they were singled out by Unesco, the current number and types of sites, the application process, how the sites have been selected, and how difficult it is to be given the special status of a World Heritage Site.

Dougill traveled to all of the sites in Japan to research this book. Because the Japanese archipelago extends from Siberia all the way down to Taiwan, Dougill describes how his journey led him from the sub-Arctic to the sub-tropical zones. These are without a doubt the most interesting sites that Japan has to offer, including the following:
Mount Fuji, Japan's tallest and most sacred volcano. Located on Honshu Island near Tokyo, Mt. Fuji is considered the sacred symbol of Japan
Himeji Castle, a monument from Japan's long feudal history. Also known as Egret Castle, because it looks like a bird taking off in flight.
Horyu-ji Temple, the world's oldest surviving wooden structure-a center of Buddhist learning that still serves as a seminary and monastery
Hiroshima Peace Memorial or Atomic-Bomb Dome-one of the few structures to partially survive the atomic blast in 1945
The Ogasawara Islands, a remote archipelago of over 30 islands-including Iwo Jima-that is home to rare wildlife and spectacular scenery
Readers will learn how Japan first became involved with the World Heritage Sites program back in 1993, the importance of these designations, and their popularity in Japan, where they are visited by millions of people annually, both Japanese and foreigners.

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