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A Philosophy of Cinematic Art

by Berys Gaut

A Philosophy of Cinematic Art is a systematic study of cinema as an art form, showing how the medium conditions fundamental features of cinematic artworks. It discusses the status of cinema as an art form, whether there is a language of film, realism in cinema, cinematic authorship, intentionalist and constructivist theories of interpretation, cinematic narration, the role of emotions in responses to films, the possibility of identification with characters, and the nature of the cinematic medium. Groundbreaking in its coverage of a wide range of contemporary cinematic media, it analyses not only traditional photographic films, but also digital cinema, and a variety of interactive cinematic works, including videogames. Written in a clear and accessible style, the book examines the work of leading film theorists and philosophers of film, and develops a powerful framework with which to think about cinema as an art.

Philosophy of Law: Classic and Contemporary Readings with Commentary

by Frederick F. Schauer Walter Sinnott-Armstrong

Ideal for undergraduate courses in philosophy of law, this comprehensive anthology examines such topics as the concept of law, the dispute between natural law theorists and legal positivists, the relations between law and morality, criminal responsibility and legal punishment, the rights of the individual against the state, justice and equality, and legal evidence as compared with scientific evidence. The readings have been selected from both philosophy and law journals and include classic texts, contemporary theoretical developments, and well-known recent court cases. The text features extensive introductions that make even the most profound writings accessible to undergraduates.

Philosophy of Religion

by Louis J. Pojman

The author's goal in writing this book in philosophy of religion is to produce a text which is analytically rigorous, accessible to students, and balanced in presentation and which covers the major issues, ranging from the traditional arguments for and against the existence of God through personal identity and immortality to the questions of the relationship between faith and reason and the relationship between morality and religion.

Philosophy of Religion (4th Edition)

by John H. Hick

Revision features an updated discussion on the main topics in the philosophy of religion: the concept of God - grounds for belief in God - ground for disbelief in God - the problem of evil - revelation and faith - problems of religious language - the conflicting falsifiability of religious assertions - the conflicting truth-claims of different religions - human destiny and more.

Philosophy of Science: A Contemporary Introduction (Third Edition)

by Alex Rosenberg

Any serious student attempting to better understand the nature, methods and justification of science will value Alex Rosenberg's updated and substantially revised Third Edition of Philosophy of Science: A Contemporary Introduction. Weaving together lucid explanations and clear analyses, the volume is a much-used, thematically oriented introduction to the field. New features of the Third Edition include more coverage of the history of the philosophy of science, more fully developed material on the metaphysics of causal and physical necessity, more background on the contrast between empiricism and rationalism in science, and new material on the structure of theoretical science (with expanded coverage of Newtonian and Darwinian theories and models) and the realism/antirealism controversy. Rosenberg also divides the Third Edition into fifteen chapters, aligning each chapter with a week in a standard semester-long course. Updated Discussion Questions, Glossary, Bibliography and Suggested Readings lists at the end of each chapter will make the Third Edition indispensable, either as a comprehensive stand-alone text or alongside the many wide-ranging collections of articles and book excerpts currently available. Read our interview with Alex Rosenberg, What exactly is philosophy of science - and why does it matter? here: www. routledge. com/u/alexrosenberg

A Philosophy of Second Language Acquisition

by Marysia Johnson

How does a person learn a second language? In this provocative book, Marysia Johnson proposes a new model of second language acquisition (SLA)--a model that shifts the focus from language competence (the ability to pass a language exam) to language performance (using language competently in real-life contexts). Johnson argues that current SLA theory and research is heavily biased in the direction of the cognitive and experimental scientific tradition. She draws on Vygotsky's sociocultural theory and Bakhtin's literary theory to construct an alternative framework for second language theory, research, teaching, and testing. The origin of second language acquisition is not located exclusively in the learner's mind, the author says, but in dialogical interaction conducted in a variety of settings.

Philosophy of the Social Sciences: Philosophical Theory and Scientific Practice

by C. Mantzavinos

This volume is a unique contribution to the philosophy of the social sciences, presenting the results of cutting-edge philosophers' research alongside critical discussions by practicing social scientists. The book is motivated by the view that the philosophy of the social sciences cannot ignore the specific scientific practices according to which social scientific work is being conducted, and that it will be valuable only if it evolves in constant interaction with theoretical developments in the social sciences. With its unique format guaranteeing a genuine discussion between philosophers and social scientists, this thought-provoking volume extends the frontiers of the field. It will appeal to all scholars and students interested in the interplay between philosophy and the social sciences.

Phlebotomy: A Competency-Based Approach

by Kathryn Booth Fitzgerald Lillian Mundt

The third edition of Phlebotomy: A Competency-Based Approach was designed to provide a complete introduction to the practice of phlebotomy, with complete coverage of safety procedures, equipment, point-of-care testing, and other skills. The textbook speaks directly to students and encourages them to identify and apply the concepts learned. The text focuses on "need-to-know" information, and explains the reasoning behind the clinical information for a well-rounded and practical learning experience. It is suitable for phlebotomy certification programs, medical laboratory technician programs, medical assistant programs, and even independent and distance learning courses.

Phlebotomy Essentials (4th Edition)

by Ruth E. Mccall Cathee M. Tankersley

The text provides accurate, practical information and instruction on phlebotomy procedures with a comprehensive background in theory and principles. Reflecting current CLSI guidelines, NAACLS competencies, and federal regulations, this Fourth Edition includes updated information on safety issues and equipment, laboratory information systems and instrumentation, legal issues, and diagnostic tests. This edition also includes caution notes identifying dangerous practices and problem areas.

Phlebotomy Worktext and Procedure Manual (Second Edition)

by Richard Robinson Robin S. Warekois

The book provides a complete introduction to the practice of phlebotomy in all its aspects.

Phoenix Theory: Lessons 1-16

by Carol Webster Jochim

This is a guidebook to machine shorthand and increased typing speed.

Phoenix Theory Lessons 17-32

by Carol Webster Jochim

This book spells out the structure of the shorthand machine thus helping typists improve speed and retain good typing quality.

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Phonics and Phonemic Awareness Practice Book (Grade 5)

by McGraw-Hill

Among the topics covered in this book include vowels, syllable, plurals, synonyms, antonyms, homonyms and homographs.

Phonics and Spelling Practice Book (Grade 2)

by Scott Foresman Staff

Practice your reading and spelling with this fun workbook.

Phonics and Spelling Through Phoneme-Grapheme Mapping

by Kathryn E. S. Grace

Phonics and Spelling Through Phoneme-Grapheme Mapping provides an accessible, trustworthy, and systematic process to help take students to successful levels of understanding and applying the sound/symbol relationships found in the English language. It helps students understand the reality that the number of sounds (phonemes) they hear in a word may be different from the number of letters that represent those sounds.

Phonics For Reading: Level 1

by James Flood Diane Lapp Anita Archer

Supplementary phonics program designed to teach phonemic decoding to students who have not yet mastered those skills. The program was originally conceived for students in grades 3-6, but may also be used for students in grades 1 and 3, for lower performing students in upper grades, and for adults learning to read English."

Phonics Fun with Barbie (Barbie)

by Karen Wolcott Jennifer Liberts Weinberg

Barbie makes phonics fun in this book, which includes twelve full-color chapters and a letter to parents. Each chapter is developed by an educational expert and focuses on specific skills and sounds that are essential to reading success. Little girls will love learning to read with Barbie!

Phonics K, Student Pages, Semester 1

by Inc. K12

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Phonics K, Student Pages, Semester 2

by Inc. K12

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Phonics, Level A

by Lesley Mandel Morrow Marie Garman Patricia Maureen Mount

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Phonics Level B

by Pearson Education

Phonics Levels puts students in the path of critical thinking and analysis of the words and vocabulary. Students study on synonyms, prefixes, vowels, sounds and much more

Phonics, Level B

by Lesley Mandel Morrow Marie Garman Patricia Maureen Mount

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Phonics, Level C

by Lesley Mandel Morrow Marie Garman Patricia Maureen Mount

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