I Can Tell The Truth
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📒I Can Tell The Truth ✍ Jenette Donovan Guntly
📝I Can Tell the Truth Book Synopsis : Depicts how honesty builds trust between friends.
📒To Tell The Truth ✍ Leon Ramsey
📝To Tell The TRUTH Book Synopsis : Telling what has been done to keep this so called accident quiet and make life as rotten as possible! By a large company.
📒I Swear To Tell The Truth ✍ MINISTER X
📝I Swear to Tell the Truth Book Synopsis : A book of thoughts from a member of the Nation of Islam who knew himself above all others! Speeches given in the prison system of Pennsylvania. The Truth cuts both ways!
📒Tell The Truth ✍ Jonathan Salem Baskin
📝Tell the Truth Book Synopsis : Truth is a powerful marketing tool--and really the only way to promote a message and brand effectively. Truth in advertising has long been something to ignore, or at least downplay. The role of advertising has been to position and manipulate brands to convince consumers that they’re imbued with qualities they don’t necessarily possess, or presume to tell them which ones matter. It worked when the brand’s voice was the only voice, but with the rise of social media that era is over. Marketers have focused their messages on entertainment, creating funny or engaging campaigns that win awards but don’t always sell products. Consumers determine what’s true, and smart companies have realized that every communications medium can and will be used to contribute to those conclusions. InTell the Truth, Jonathan Baskin and Sue Unerman look at the content and context of marketing communications. They provide the research of hundreds of companies and in-depth case studies on more than 50 global brands to show us that truthful brands deliver sales, profits, and sustainable relationships. Truth truly yields true competitive advantage.
📒Literary Education ✍ James Gribble
📝Literary Education Book Synopsis : This book is an attempt to offer a justification for the teaching of literature in schools and universities, and is intended as a contribution to the philosophy of literary education. The issues which Dr Gribble discusses could all be bracketed under the general heading of the relationship between literature and life. The book is written for those readers and teachers of literature who step back from their immediate engagement with a novel, play, or poem and ask such questions as 'What knowledge or understanding, if any, have I gained from the work? Of what significance is the author's intention to my view of the work? What moral value does the work possess? What kinds of feelings or emotions did I experience? How did my identification with certain characters influence my response? In what way did the moral significance or emotional impact depend upon the quality of the writing? What part does critical analysis play in determining the answers to any of these questions?'. Dr Gribble's treatment of these issues is neither technical nor abstract but advanced on the basis of particular examples drawn from a wide range of literature. Written in a lively and lucid style the book will interest all serious readers of literature, although it is primarily directed at those who teach literature in schools, colleges, and universities and who are necessarily concerned with the educative value of reading and discussing literature.
📒Deep Control ✍ John Martin Fischer
📝Deep Control Book Synopsis : Fischer here defends the contention that moral responsibility is associated with "deep control", which is "in-between" two untenable extreme positions: "superficial control" and "total control". He defends this "middle way" against the proponents of more--and less--robust notions of the freedom required for moral responsibility. Fischer offers a new solution to the Luck Problem, as well as providing a defense of the compatibility of causal determinism and moral responsibility.
📒Isaiah S Leper ✍ George D. O’Clock Jr.
📝Isaiah s Leper Book Synopsis : Roman Church hierarchy, do you need to have a massively destructive entity on a direct path toward your church steeples before you change your Godless ways? What does it take to make you realize the consequences of your denial and self-deception? You have the alleged murder of a recent pope-revelations of financial scandals-revelations of fraudulent excesses-revelations of massive sexual misconduct with children-revelations of avarice-revelations of depravity-revelations of a wide range of criminal acts-revelations of war crimes. These ugly dark deeds are not enough? Do you need a more direct message? Well, hang on to your cassocks reverend fathers, because there just might be another powerful entity, heading in your direction, that will be more than a match for the horror and darkness you have supported, nourished and promoted.
📒Wild Truth Bible Lessons Dares From Jesus ✍ Jeannie Oestreicher
📝Wild Truth Bible Lessons Dares from Jesus Book Synopsis : Weekly studies to reinforce what junior highers are learning from their Wild Truth JournalThese Bible lessons send students straight to the words of Jesus to discover the truth, then dare them to live that truth today. Includes games, activities, sketches, handouts, and reproducible worksheets.
📒Reflections On Native Newcomer Relations ✍ James Rodger Miller
📝Reflections on Native newcomer Relations Book Synopsis : The twelve essays that make up Reflections on Native-Newcomer Relations illustrate the development in thought by one of Canada's leading scholars in the field of Native history - J.R. Miller. The collection, comprising pieces that were written over a period spanning nearly two decades, deals with the evolution of historical writing on First Nations and Métis, methodological issues in the writing of Native-newcomer history, policy matters including residential schools, and linkages between the study of Native-newcomer relations and academic governance and curricular matters. Half of the essays appear here in print for the first time, and all use archival, published, and oral history evidence to throw light on Native-Newcomer relations. Miller argues that the nature of the relationship between Native peoples and newcomers in Canada has varied over time, based on the reasons the two parties have had for interacting. The relationship deteriorates into attempts to control and coerce Natives during periods in which newcomers do not perceive them as directly useful, and it improves when the two parties have positive reasons for cooperation. Reflections on Native-Newcomer Relations opens up for discussion a series of issues in Native-newcomer history. It addresses all the trends in the discipline of the past two decades and never shies from showing their contradictions, as well as those in the author's own thinking as he matured as a scholar.
📒Truth ✍ Simon Blackburn
📝Truth Book Synopsis : The author of the highly popular book Think, which Time magazine hailed as "the one book every smart person should read to understand, and even enjoy, the key questions of philosophy," Simon Blackburn is that rara avis--an eminent thinker who is able to explain philosophy to the general reader. Now Blackburn offers a tour de force exploration of what he calls "the most exciting and engaging issue in the whole of philosophy"--the age-old war over truth. The front lines of this war are well defined. On one side are those who believe in plain, unvarnished facts, rock-solid truths that can be found through reason and objectivity--that science leads to truth, for instance. Their opponents mock this idea. They see the dark forces of language, culture, power, gender, class, ideology and desire--all subverting our perceptions of the world, and clouding our judgement with false notions of absolute truth. Beginning with an early skirmish in the war--when Socrates confronted the sophists in ancient Athens--Blackburn offers a penetrating look at the longstanding battle these two groups have waged, examining the philosophical battles fought by Plato, Protagoras, William James, David Hume, Hans-Georg Gadamer, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, Richard Rorty, and many others, with a particularly fascinating look at Nietzsche. Among the questions Blackburn considers are: is science mere opinion, can historians understand another historical period, and indeed can one culture ever truly understand another. Blackburn concludes that both sides have merit, and that neither has exclusive ownership of truth. What is important is that, whichever side we embrace, we should know where we stand and what is to be said for our opponents.