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"I kill therefore, I am." After the explosive debut of actor-turned-hitman Richie Reese, it's time for the prequel: "Episode One: The Childhood Menace." It's the birth of a killer on an epic scale!
Jane Timmons has two weeks to . . . 1. Keep her distance from her sexy boss, the once famous pop singer, Damon Suarez. 2. Stay firm. No kissing allowed! 3. And not let Damon know she loves him. Damon Suarez has two weeks to . . . 1. Convince Jane to not quit. 2. Stage a comeback and be more than a one hit wonder. 3. Win Jane's heart--no matter what it takes. Keywords: romance, novella, contemporary romance, romantic comedy, rock star, music, boss and secretary, New York City
In Balanced Wonder, Jan B. W. Pedersen digs deep into the alluring topic of wonder, in dialogue with Neo-Aristotelian philosophers, arguing that the experience of wonder, when balanced, serves as a strong contributor to human flourishing.
Wonder Woman 1984 is set to hit theaters in fall 2020, from Warner Bros. Pictures, and will see the return of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and Chris Pine as Steve Trevor, with Kristen Wiig joining the cast as friend turned foe Barbara Minerva, aka The Cheetah! Based on the Warner Bros. major motion picture, Wonder Woman 1984: Meet Wonder Woman is a 32-page Level 3 I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help. Featuring dozens of action-packed photos taken right from the film! Learn about Wonder Woman and her rival Cheetah—plus over ten other characters to discover!
This book presents a study of the various feelings of awe and wonder experienced by astronauts during space flight. It summarizes the results of two experimental, interdisciplinary studies that employ methods from neuroscience, psychology, phenomenology and simulation technology, and it argues for a non-reductionist approach to cognitive science.
Philosophy begins with wonder, according to Plato and Aristotle. Yet Plato and Aristotle did not expand a great deal on what precisely wonder is. Does this fact alone not raise curiosity in us as to why this passion or concept is important? What is wonder's role in science, philosophy, or theology except to end thinking or theorizing as soon as one begins? The primary purpose of this book is to show how seventeenth- and eighteenth-century developments in natural theology, metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, aesthetics, and the philosophy of science resulted in a complex history of the passion of wonder-a history in which the elements of continuation, criticism, and reformulation are equally present. Philosophy Begins in Wonder provides the first historical overview of wonder and changes the way we see early modern Europe. It is intended for readers who are curious-who wonder-about how modern philosophy and science were born. The book is for scholars and educated readers alike.
A footprint materializes mysteriously on a deserted shore; a giant helmet falls from the sky; a traveler awakens to find his horse dangling from a church steeple. Eighteenth-century British fiction brims with moments such as these, in which the prosaic rubs up against the marvelous. While it is a truism that the period's literature is distinguished by its realism and air of probability, Eighteenth-Century Fiction and the Reinvention of Wonder argues that wonder is integral to--rather than antithetical to--the developing techniques of novelistic fiction. Positioning its reader on the cusp between recognition and estrangement, between faith and doubt, modern fiction hinges upon wonder. Eighteenth-Century Fiction and the Reinvention of Wonder's chapters unfold its new account of British fiction's rise through surprising new readings of classic early novels-from Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe to Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey--as well as bringing to attention lesser known works, most notably Rudolf Raspe's Baron Munchausen's Narrative of His Marvellous Travels. In this bold new account, the eighteenth century bears witness not to the world's disenchantment but rather to wonder's re-location from the supernatural realm to the empirical world, providing a re-evaluation not only of how we look back at the Enlightenment, but also of how we read today.