6 edition of On freedom found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -146) and index.
|Statement||by Friedrich Schleiermacher ; translated, annotated, and introduced by Albert L. Blackwell.|
|Series||Schleiermacher: studies-and-translations ;, v. 9, Schleiermacher studies and translations ;, v. 9.|
|Contributions||Blackwell, Albert L.|
|LC Classifications||B3093 .U2413 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvi, 155 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||155|
|ISBN 10||0773495835, 088946362X|
|LC Control Number||92024108|
Halloween fun food & crafts
Lectures given at the Quebec Garrison Club, 1888-9
Torquemada, scourge of the Jews
First aid, popular
To the people!
Pennsylvania Railroad Altoona machine shops
The Mazruiana collection
Place of the womens development question in Indian planning
Control versus anxiety
Some intrinsic value: poems from behind the scenes poetry workshops.
After we die, what then?
Art from found objects.
“On Freedom is an elegant, clear, deceptively simple book about a fiendishly complex problem. How can free societies help citizens to navigate among a perplexing multitude of forking paths, only some of which lead toward desirable ends?/5(11).
“On Freedom is an elegant, clear, deceptively simple book about a fiendishly complex problem. How can free societies help citizens to navigate among a perplexing multitude of forking paths, only some of which lead toward desirable ends.
Freedom of thought, freedom of assembly, freedom of movement: imagine living in a world where such fundamental liberties were curtailed by the ruling class of the day. Freedom comically and tragically captures the temptations and burdens of liberty: the thrills of teenage lust, the shaken compromises of middle age, the wages of suburban sprawl, the heavy weight of empire.
In charting the mistakes and joys of Walter and Patty Berglund as they struggle to learn how to live in an ever more confusing world, Franzen has produced an indelible and deeply moving portrait of our time/5(K).
The first book to center black women’s engagement with the elite sectors of banking, finance, and insurance, Banking on Freedom reveals the ways gender, race, and class shaped the meanings of wealth and risk in U.S.
capitalism and by: 1.