Search results for: nature-guiding

Nature Guiding

Author : William Gould Vinal
File Size : 26.49 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 838
Read : 1260
Download »
Nature Guiding is the science of inculcating nature enthusiasm, nature principles, and nature facts into the spirit of individuals. "Doing" nature-study means observing, wondering, and solving problems. It could include collecting, building, measuring, painting, planning, writing, touching, experimenting or any of a wide range of other activities. Most importantly, it allows children to be "original investigators." This book is intended as a resource for teachers and students engaged in nature study at summer camps and in schools. William Gould Vinal believed that the teacher of nature study should be "in sympathy with the simple life and the country way," that the nature study should emphasize observation of the interactions of plants and animals in their environment, and not be reduced to matters of taxonomy and anatomy. In Nature Guiding, he offers advice to camp counselors and school teachers on incorporating nature study into everyday activities, as well as suggestions for parents and others about using visits to state and national parks to teach nature lore.

Nature Guiding

Author : Harold Child Bryant
File Size : 25.47 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 802
Read : 562
Download »

Advanced Nature Guiding

Author : Johan Fourie
File Size : 56.38 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 579
Read : 724
Download »

Self guiding Nature Trail Halemaumau Trail Hawaii National Park

Author : United States. National Park Service
File Size : 85.6 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 655
Read : 1089
Download »

Tour Guiding Research

Author : Betty Weiler
File Size : 48.40 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 524
Read : 597
Download »
This book provides an authoritative, state-of-the-art review of tour guiding scholarship and research. It aims to foster best practice and to stimulate further study and research on tour guiding across a range of disciplines. The book is well-illustrated and its accessible style with chapter summaries makes it ideal for students as well as researchers.

Harmonic Proportion and Form in Nature Art and Architecture

Author : Samuel Colman
File Size : 27.30 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 324
Read : 314
Download »
A treatise on the laws governing proportional form in both nature and art, this well-illustrated volume features natural organisms and artistic creations in a mathematical study of their constructive principles.

The Nature Almanac

Author : Arthur Newton Pack
File Size : 81.43 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 514
Read : 1227
Download »

The Enos A Mills Trail School and Nature Guiding

Author : Enos A. Mills
File Size : 53.99 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 245
Read : 672
Download »

The Guiding Into Truth Work of the Holy Spirit

Author : Al Danks
File Size : 83.1 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 840
Read : 976
Download »
Truth is the accurate and complete representation of reality. We do not perceive reality. We only perceive a small fraction of all that is real - a representation of reality. Truth helps us avoid two great errors in life: rejecting truth as error (Type 1 error) and accepting error as truth (Type 2 error). Both types of error can result in adverse consequences to ourselves and to those around us. We can improve the quality and length of our lives by reducing how often we make these errors and how badly we misperceive the truth. We align our lives through trust. We trust that our perception is accurate enough and complete enough that we may align our lives with it and that we will not suffer adverse consequences Our only other option is to trust a guide - and then trust that their perception is accurate and complete enough. We trust our perception of truth, or trust a guide. Jesus sent the Spirit of truth to guide us into all the truth. The Spirit of Truth is unlimited in his perception of all truth: physical - temporary and spiritual - eternal. He is completely trustworthy, faithful, and reliable. He knows the will of God and knows the will of God for us specifically. He knows the path God has for us, what our next step is, and when we are to take it. We must make the choice of who we will trust to guide us into truth: ourselves or the Spirit of Truth.

International Handbook on Ecotourism

Author : Roy Ballantyne
File Size : 66.37 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 103
Read : 558
Download »
Roy and Jan have assembled a timely snapshot of our current understanding of ecotourism, both as a concept worthy of scientific inquiry and as an increasingly significant segment of global commerce and industry. A terrific piece of work! Sam Ham, University of Idaho, US In the 30 or so year since it became established in the tourism literature and in tourism practice, ecotourism has attracted as many proponents as opponents. This Handbook now brings together some of the leading scholars worldwide in this field, to explore the current position of this form of tourism. In doing so, it offers serious critiques, it explores meanings and paradoxes, it offers best practices and it looks to the future. It is the Handbook for one of tourisms fastest growing and controversial sectors. David Airey, University of Surrey, UK This is a most welcome and needed book. With a very strong editorial team and contributing authors, the Handbook covers all the key issues of ecotourism. It cuts through the confusion surrounding the much-misunderstood concept of ecotourism, clearly dealing with definitions, concepts and research issues. The Handbook is particularly welcome for its focus on the visitor experience, a strength of the editors, and for clearly linking the theory of ecotourism with practice in the field. Christopher Cooper, Oxford Brookes University, UK This Handbook brings together contributions from over forty international experts in the field of ecotourism. It provides a critical review and discussion of current issues and concepts it challenges readers to consider the boundaries of what ecotourism is, and could be. The Handbook provides practical information regarding the business of ecotourism; insights into ecotourist behaviour and visitor experiences; and reflections on the practice of ecotourism in a range of different contexts. The Handbook is designed to be a valuable reference book for tourism scholars and researchers.

Our Cultural Agony

Author : V. Vycinas
File Size : 45.62 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 823
Read : 503
Download »
Cultural twilight means cultural disintegration or death. It means cul tural agony. Such agony gradually fades into the dawn of tomorrow's culture, just as the twilight of a summer's evening proceeds into the daylight of the forthcoming day. Consequently cultural twilight or agony simul taneously is the dawn - the milieu of birth - of future gods. With these words a close interbelonging of the recently published SEARCH FOR GoDS with the present study, OUR CULTURAL AGONY, is stressed. Both of these books belong together and constitute one and the same "story". While SEARCH FOR GODS deals with man of tomorrow in his venture to find the way which would lead him to his dawning gods, OUR CULTURAL AGONY attempts to disclose contemporary man's ways of erring - his stray ing ways. Moreover, just as the way towards man's future gods is simul taneously his way to his true cultural self, so are his straying ways his ways of a lack of self. Man's way to his true self is his authentic, innermost, "bloody" or "ex-istential" way, while the way of his lack of self is his inauthentic way. The inauthentic ways, generally speaking, are "democratic" ways: they are the public and common ways of modem society, most typical or characteristic of it. Accordingly, while SEARCH FOR GODS has an indi vidualistic character, OUR CULTURAL AGONY has a social character.

Symbiosis Of Science And Spirituality Generation Of Innovation In Science For Human Survival

Author : Sampooran Singh
File Size : 87.63 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 798
Read : 965
Download »
This scholarly monograph initiates an open dialogue with an open mind, with scientists, philosophers, and social activists on symbiosis of science and spirituality. It discusses the generation of innovation in Science for human survival. Part I investigates creativity in science, Part II explores symbiosis of science and spirituality, Part III deals with science, education, and ethics. Part IV- discusses A New Vision on Earthquake and Tsunamis.

The Nature almanac a handbook of nature education

Author :
File Size : 46.66 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 148
Read : 1207
Download »

A Discourse of A Method For the Well Guiding of Reason and the Discovery of Truth

Author : René Descartes
File Size : 47.6 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 392
Read : 682
Download »
Reproduction of the original: A Discourse of A Method For the Well Guiding of Reason and the Discovery of Truth... by René Descartes

Causation in International Relations

Author : Milja Kurki
File Size : 73.55 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 808
Read : 590
Download »
World political processes, such as wars and globalisation, are engendered by complex sets of causes and conditions. Although the idea of causation is fundamental to the field of International Relations, what the concept of cause means or entails has remained an unresolved and contested matter. In recent decades ferocious debates have surrounded the idea of causal analysis, some scholars even questioning the legitimacy of applying the notion of cause in the study of International Relations. This book suggests that underlying the debates on causation in the field of International Relations is a set of problematic assumptions (deterministic, mechanistic and empiricist) and that we should reclaim causal analysis from the dominant discourse of causation. Milja Kurki argues that reinterpreting the meaning, aims and methods of social scientific causal analysis opens up multi-causal and methodologically pluralist avenues for future International Relations scholarship.

The Sublime in Kant and Beckett

Author : Bjørn K. Myskja
File Size : 87.43 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 252
Read : 751
Download »
Beckett's novel Molloy and the question how this work evokes a particular kind of feeling associated with its exhibition of meaninglessness, namely the feeling of the sublime, is the point of departure for this study. Kant's theory of the sublime is interpreted within the framework of his aesthetic and moral theories, suggesting a way to understand the claim to universal validity for aesthetic judgements. Kant claims that the judgement of the sublime serves morality but he fails to provide this link, so a theory of how this aesthetic judgement can contribute to the cultivation of moral character is developed. It is argued that Kant held that art, including narrative art like the novel, can be sublime. Kant's theory of the sublime is shown to be relevant for modern works of art, and the application of this Kantian framework throws new light on the discussion of the moral aspects of Beckett's literary work. According to this account, Molloy is a sublime work of art, and despite its amoral content can serve the reader's moral cultivation.

Nature s God The Heretical Origins of the American Republic

Author : Matthew Stewart
File Size : 39.69 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 172
Read : 831
Download »
Longlisted for the National Book Award. Where did the ideas come from that became the cornerstone of American democracy? America’s founders intended to liberate us not just from one king but from the ghostly tyranny of supernatural religion. Drawing deeply on the study of European philosophy, Matthew Stewart brilliantly tracks the ancient, pagan, and continental ideas from which America’s revolutionaries drew their inspiration. In the writings of Spinoza, Lucretius, and other great philosophers, Stewart recovers the true meanings of “Nature’s God,” “the pursuit of happiness,” and the radical political theory with which the American experiment in self-government began.

The Travail of Nature

Author : H. Paul Santmire
File Size : 36.91 MB
Format : PDF, ePub, Docs
Download : 435
Read : 684
Download »
The Travail of Nature shows that the theological tradition in the West is neither ecologically bankrupt, as some of its popular and scholarly critics have maintained, nor replete with immediately accessible, albeit long-forgotten, ecological riches hidden everywhere in its deeper vaults, as some contemporary Christians, who are profoundly troubled by the environmental crisis and other related concerns, might wistfully hope to find. This is why it is appropriate to speak of the ambiguous ecological promises of Christian theology.

Nature Magazine

Author :
File Size : 34.36 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 377
Read : 613
Download »
An illustrated monthly with popular articles about nature.

NetCentric and Client Server Computing

Author : Anderson Consulting
File Size : 57.49 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 853
Read : 824
Download »
From Federal Express's package tracking Website, to, netcentric computing has been evolving, slowly-but-surely, one solution at a time, since the early 1990s. Over the past year or so, the trickle has grown into a torrent of netcentric innovations of wider and wider scope, developed in companies around the globe. Now, a new enterprise computing paradigm has sprung into being. Until now, there has been no comprehensive netcentric model, clearly defined netcentric system architecture, or established set of guiding principles to help you gear up for this next stage in the evolution of enterprise computing. written by the experts at Andersen Consulting, Netcentric and Client/Server Computing: A Practical Guide, offers you this and more. Of course, a book can never take the place of experts who wrote it, but this revised, updated, and expanded edition of Andersen Consulting's noted guide is an important first step in acquiring the knowledge and skills you need to bring netcentric capabilities into your organization. You'll learn from 13 acknowledged world experts what netcentric computing is, how it works, and how you can use it to provide your organization with an unstoppable competitive edge. Based upon their experiences with mission-critical netcentric implementations at 100 of the most successful business organizations on the planet, these experts explain how netcentric computing can help you enable new business capabilities. Using dozens of fascinating case examples, they show you how to seamlessly integrate computing, communications, and knowledge resources in order to forge solid links among your company's employees, units, customers, suppliers, and partners, regardless of time, location, device, or content. And, they provide priceless advice and guidance on how to exploit the endless array of possibilities provided by netcentric computing to develop exciting new customer services, identify new markets, cut costs, engineer internal processes for improved business performance, and more. Netcentric and Client/Server Computing is divided into four, self-contained sections for ease of reference. Section I introduces you to basic netcentric principles and concepts, provides an overview of state-of-the-art in netcentric computing models, and develops a solid business case for netcentric computing. Section II acquaints you with the various technologies involved and describes a comprehensive netcentric architecture. Section III is devoted to crucial analysis, design, and implementation issues, including design specifics for architectures, applications, and networks; rollout strategies; and ongoing management of distributed operations. Section IV explores emerging technologies and their likely impact on the future of netcentric computing.