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School Gaze Protecting Children's Eyes in an Era of Online Schooling
School Gaze Protecting Children's Eyes in an Era of Online Schooling
吕帆,瞿佳
¥30.00
本书以问题为导向,对中小学生和家长*为关心的22个关于“宅家”学习如何保护眼睛的问题行一一解答,如:如何选择用于长时间网上学习的电子产品?上网课课余时间,如何让眼睛得到有效的休息?如何保持正确的读写姿势?居家如何保证每日近视防控所需的“户外活动”?……以浅显易懂的语言,帮助读者真正了解学习网课时科学用眼、防控近视的科普知识。 本书配有护眼科普动画和预防近视健身操。
面向国际的中西医结合防治新型冠状病毒肺炎诊疗建议方案(汉英对照)
面向国际的中西医结合防治新型冠状病毒肺炎诊疗建议方案(汉英对照)
杨明,卜海兵,朱晓新
¥70.00
本方案的编撰内容是面向国际,中西医紧密结合,发挥优势,互相支持。方案通过挖掘中国数千年防治疫病的历史文献,结合现代医学研究成果,充分体现中西医深度融合。借鉴中国国家卫生健康委和国家中医药管理局《新型冠状病毒感染的肺炎诊疗方案(第七版)》及全国各省颁布的新型冠状病毒感染的肺炎中医药防治方案,具有理论依据、临床经验和实际操作效果。向世界其他地区分享中国抗疫经验,推动中医走向世界,增强中医药在世界卫生健康体系的话语权,促中医在现代科技体系里与西医紧密结合,加快中医药向现代医学体系迈的步伐,丰富世界卫生健康体系,推动构建人类命运共同体。本书由外交部前部长李肇星,韩济生、黄璐琦、董家鸿三位院士,以及六位国际专家推荐。
中医经络理论研究与实践:汉英对照
中医经络理论研究与实践:汉英对照
李定忠,李秀章,傅松涛
¥305.00
本书为李定忠教授及合作者从事中医经络理论与实践的现代研究60余年的成果汇总。用169条先天性循经皮肤病证实经络存在是由基因决定的,以及观测到数百例皮肤病案与十四条古典经络一致的重要事实。发现“经络环”是体内环形电导通道,激通“经络环”能多病同治,双向调整。通过科研大协作阐明经络实质、运行规律与调整机制等系列科学内涵,并发明了“经络皮部挑治”等,在临床实践中取得突破性展。在微观和宏观方面,阐述了经络、经穴内外的多种效应的区别(如针刺感传、电磁振荡、电阻、声波频率、数种化学元素和大分子浓度等)。 本书配合大量临床实例,图文并茂、深浅出,有较强的实用性、创新性和推广性。本书可供中医和中西医结合相关领(包括科研、预防、医疗、保健、美容、康复)读者使用。全书采用汉英对照形式,既有利于外国学生来华学习,也有利于对外交流或在国外行医时参考。
懂点脑科学,了解真正的大脑(套装12册)
懂点脑科学,了解真正的大脑(套装12册)
[英]马修·科布;[美]桑贾伊•古普塔;[美]理查德·马斯兰;姚乃琳等
¥553.56
《大脑传》内容简介:我们的感觉和身体活动的指令来自何方,情绪、意识、学习与记忆等认知活动的居所又在哪里?自有文字记载起,人类对这些问题就从未停止过好奇。漫漫几千年来,我们对这些问题的认识从朴素、粗浅的心灵中心观,走到了精细、深入的脑中心观。脑,这个“已知宇宙中*复杂的物体”,吸引了人类历史上很多聪颖的头脑去破解它的秘密。 在认识脑工作机制的过程中,人类一直在使用各种隐喻,这些隐喻无一不受技术、时代以及人类当时对脑认知水平的限制,在完成自己的历史使命后会被新的隐喻所取代。在《大脑传》中,作者马修·科布以脑的隐喻为切入点,介绍了人类脑的认识史上一个又一个里程碑,以及那些做出伟大发现的科学家。从心智源自心脏的观点到把脑视作机器的机械观,从电与神经活动的关系到神经系统的神经元学说,从神经信号如何表征信息到脑功能的局域化定位与分散式分布之争,从把脑看作一成不变的电路到把脑视作一个具有可塑性的网络,作者历数了人类对脑认识的曲折演进历程,讲述了脑科学研究对计算机、人工智能等领域的诞生和发展产生的深远影响,勾勒出了一部群星闪耀、波澜壮阔的科学史诗。 《逆龄大脑:保持大脑年轻敏锐的新科学》内容简介:我们都会变老,大脑也一样,大脑的生长在24岁这个年轻得令人惊讶的年龄开始减速,但这并不意味着它会失去敏锐度,而且不同的认知技能可以在不同的年龄达到顶 峰。在你的一生中,不论你的年龄或获取资源的途径如何,大脑都可以持续不断地得到加强。 经外科医生古普塔通过几十年的临床医学和持续研究指出,我们在任何年龄都可以改善并拥有一个更好的大脑。作者依据脑科学、神经学、病理学近30年的研究,揭示了大脑衰老和认知能力下降的原因。通过对比全球脑健康理事会近百名专家的 神研究报告数据库中的方法,提出从运动、营养、休息、社交联系、提高大脑可塑性几个方向来科学优化大脑。当你把大脑放在第 一位时,其他关乎健康方面的东西也就迎刃而解了。没有健康的大脑,你甚至无法做出健康的决定。 生活习惯比你的基因更能影响你大脑的命运。患痴呆的人正在逐渐年轻化。大脑衰退是可以预防和进行早期干预的,本书为读者提供了一个可立即实践的12周大脑强化计划,在日常生活中启动你的“敏锐大脑”程序,用简单且科学的方法修复大脑,提升脑力。健康的大脑不仅会带来健康的身体、体重、心脏等,还会带来更强的自信、更坚实的财务未来。 《我们如何看见,又如何思考》内容简介:这是一本从视觉神经生物学角度介绍人类视觉认知的科普读物,讨论的主题是我们无比重要的眼睛,以及我们的视觉。作者为领域内具有开创性研究的专家,现就职于哈佛大学医学院。 我们为何总是说“眼见为实”,背后有什么科学原理吗?我们每一天睁开眼就在接收来自外界的信息,那我们的眼睛究竟是如何承载这个世界的信息的,又是如何传递到我们的大脑的?人人都说眼睛是心灵和灵魂的窗户,这又是为什么? 在人群中要找一张熟悉的脸是再简单不过的事,我们习以为常。但是人类是怎么办到这件事的,这是科学界的重要谜题。我们大脑的运作有三分之一与视觉相关。基本上科学家要讲清处人类是如何看见感知人事物,背后牵连到人类独有的认知本能。 哈佛大学医学院特聘教授、眼科学家及脑神经科学家理查德·马斯兰在本书中试图以科学的角度来解释人类如何透过双眼与大脑去感知、学习与记忆。这本书涵盖的主题很广,从光线射到视网膜,到脑部的神经网络如何把光线承载的讯息转化成人脑可以辨识与运用的知识,到计算机计算法要具有什么样的功能我们才能称为“人工智能”,以及我们在回忆过去时为什么会呈现出一种第三人视角……在这本书里都有了专业的学术解答。 《大脑修复术》内容简介:无法长时间集中注意力; 感觉无缘由地坐立不安; 以前*喜欢的事现在提不起兴趣; 记忆力越来越差; 明知道该出门社交,却找各种借口宅在家里; 长时间玩游戏或刷手机; 外出期间总担心家门没锁、炉火未关; 凌晨两点,却辗转反侧,毫无睡意; …… 缺乏专注力、焦虑、抑郁、记性变差、社交恐惧、成瘾、强迫症、失眠……现代社会中几乎每个人都会受到各种各样心理和精神问题的困扰。如何识别自己的心理和精神问题,如何应对快节奏生活带来的压力和成长中必经的心理困境,如何在适应社会的过程中保持心理健康,并拥有满意的学习和工作表现,本书作者——耶鲁大学精神医学博士后姚乃琳——给出了答案。 这本书将帮助你了解焦虑、抑郁、强迫症、拖延、社交恐惧、失眠等困扰你的精神症状,页将让你了解专注力、记忆力、创造力等大脑认知功能的底层规律。通过深度阅读本书,你将知道如何正确应对生活中的压力、情绪和认知方面的困扰,如何通过掌握正确的思维和生活习惯来提升学习和工作表现。这本书可以让你学会如何随时地修复大脑,从而拥有更具“免疫力”的强壮大脑,游刃有余地应对人生中层出不穷的挑战。 《创新大脑》内容简介:新的想法、概念和技能是如何产生的? 社会和文化的变迁会如何影响我们的认知方式? 数字革命将如何催生伟大的创意文化? 人工智能、虚拟现实技术的发展和聚变革命,会在哪些方面改变我们的大脑处理信息的方式? 了解人脑处理新奇事物的机制以及培养创新型大脑的方法,成为当前对我们每个人来讲都很重要的问题。 作者基于大量的新研究成果,提出了自己对“创造力”的看法:创造力是一个衍生性概念,不应该被理解为一种单一的属性,也不是与某一组狭隘的神经结构直接相关,它虽然在一 定程度上跟前额也皮质和右半脑有关,但它总体上是由一系列神经过程决定的,而且,它不能用简单的生物学术语来定义,而是和人类整体的历史和文化息息相关,和集体创作、知识积累息息相关。 尤其作者提出的“创造性火花”的产生机制,对广大读者具有重要的参考意义。 《大脑帝国》内容简介:我们为什么会有不同的人格? 学习和记忆的方式有何不同? 男人和女人的方向感为何不同? 喜怒哀乐与大脑有什么关系? 听莫扎特的音乐就能变聪明吗? 你的大脑让你成为你自己。是大脑让你得以与其他人沟通,从简单的寒暄交流,到理解别人说的是“反话”或“话里有话”,都靠它。大脑也赋予你不同的感受和个性。大脑会记得童年发生的事,会学习,会恋爱,也会解读复杂的模式。然而大脑也可能会诱使你做出错误的选择,还会对依赖成瘾给出奖励。了解大脑的运作方式将为你提供**可能。 喜怒哀乐、学习、考试、天才、智力、记忆、感性、理性、情感、恋爱、自我、人格、方位感、个性、情绪、失忆、自恋、抑郁、人格障碍、精神疾病、癫痫、被洗脑、GPS依赖症、拖延症、压力、焦虑、恐惧、失恋、失眠、头型、头围、大脑与AI、一心多用、多任务处理、胎教、音乐对大脑的魔力、品尝味道、饮食与大脑、盐糖脂肪与大脑、健脑食品、上瘾、咖啡对大脑的作用、香烟与大脑、酒精与大脑、大麻上瘾、气味与大脑、现实与感知、声音与大脑、视觉与大脑…….360°*透视大脑,揭开人格、记忆、情绪、智商等的奥秘;从日常生活习惯入手,轻松挖掘大脑潜能,充分释放大脑价值。 《健康基因的开关》内容简介:每个人体内都有一种古老的机制,它可以消除有害物质,启动脂肪燃烧,并保护我们的细胞免于功能失调或癌变—它被称为“自噬”。当自噬开启时,一系列复杂的操作不仅可以帮我们延缓衰老过程,还可以从整体上优化生物功能,使我们远离各种疾病,拥有健康与长寿。这是身体中生命终 极开关。 我们如何才能积极激活这个开关呢? 我们应该多久禁食一次,每次禁食多久? 哪些食物会促进自噬,哪些食物会降低自噬? 多少运动量和什么类型的运动是合适的? 间歇性禁食、蛋白质循环和生酮饮食之间的* 佳平衡点是什么? 这本书基于大量科学研究解答了上述问题,内容既专业又浅显易懂,有助于我们掌握身心健康之道。 《记忆的革命》内容简介:《记忆的革命》一书,揭示了在学习和记忆过程中,大脑接受和处理声音、文字、图像三种信息时形成学习链,但唯有图像记忆才是高 效学习和记忆的秘密。 学习的本质是透过文字把握图像,我们的大脑在储存记忆时青睐的就是图像。记忆效率高、容易形成长期有效的记忆,且能摆脱“艾宾浩斯遗忘曲线”规律的记忆方式就是尽可能地把信息资料构建为图像。而这种构建的能力可以通过一系列科学有效的方法来练习和得到:画图记忆法、联想记忆法、定桩法、左右脑针对性训练等。读完本书,就可以系统地了解记忆力提升的方法,并有效地运用到学习和工作之中去。 《脑机革命:引领未来的新科技新产业》内容简介:畅想一下,如果你能用大脑来控制电脑……比如在电脑屏上打字,或者是用意识操控机械臂完成各种动作……这些电影大片描绘的科幻场景,现在看来已经是基于“脑机接口”的合理设想。 那么,脑机接口是什么?目前进展如何?实践中有哪些应用?它如何革新我们的思考、工作和生活方式?屡获大奖的发明家谭乐在书中讲述了脑机结合领域令人兴奋的新兴技术,包括无创性手术工具、大脑探测工具、大脑增强工具、可供医疗工作者使用的工具,以及消费者可用的工具。书中也分享了一些令人难以置信的真实故事,一些人的生活因为这些先进技术的发明而发生了改变。 这本书激情而不失科学地讲解了大脑增强技术可能给人类带来的影响和变革,还不失客观和冷静地提出了其可能带来的技术可及性、数据隐私、数据使用权、法律和伦理道德等一系列社会问题,有助于我们进一步了解大脑的运作方式,预见未来的无限可能性。 《管理敏感》内容简介:精神科医生超过一万次咨询访谈的观察总结 脑科学和精神医学在敏感与创伤心理治疗上的深层应用 敏感的人摆脱焦虑,调整精力值,理清人际关系的实用方法 很多人都被自己的敏感性格深深困扰,它让我们情绪大起大落,内心戏十/足,畏惧社交,缺乏自信,容易有罪恶感,过度内耗,总是讨好迎合他人,察言观色,但又经常不被理解,被人认为“想太多”“玻璃心”“矫情多疑”,严重的还会发展成抑郁。 《管理敏感》这本开创性的书,通过完整严谨的脑科学和精神医学理论体系告诉我们,敏感是可以管理的。一个人性格敏感,说明他的精力没有用在恰当的地方,而且消耗速度比普通人快。敏感还和过去的某些心理创伤有关,需要我们勇敢正视。 在这本书中,全教授通过特别挑选的40个案例和16条法则,告诉我们如何管理敏感,善用敏感。书中所附诊断表和图表,如“抑郁症筛查对照表”“忧虑清单”“人际关系列表”“压力量表”等,帮助读者检查自己的状态,对生活中的多余之人,无益之事做个清理,及时断舍离,以避免继续耗损精力。同时作者还针对敏感之人的典型症状,给出了个性化、差异化、有针对性的心理处/方。 我是一名大学附属医院精神科的医生,在诊疗室里接待了上万名病人,倾听他们的故事,所有故事的中心都有一个内核——一颗高度敏感的心。 我还遇到过一些人,他们并非我的病人,在各自领域取得了卓越的成就,我惊讶地发现他们当中绝大部分也是高敏感的人,饱受敏感之苦。如果说他们和那些病人有区别,那就是他们已经掌握了管理自己敏感情绪的方法。 ——全弘镇(本书作者) 《认识脑电波》内容简介:思维的边界在哪里 你真的了解自己吗? 这是一本揭开人类思想之谜的书。 大脑是产生人类思想的器官,20世纪初期,对脑电波的检测是神经科学史上的重要进展之一。然而,人们对脑电波的意义甚至脑科学都知之甚少。那些位于神经科学领域的塔尖的科学家都在做什么?R?道格拉斯?菲尔茨博士的这本书带你一探究竟。我们随着博士的视角深入人体精密和高级的装置——大脑,了解思想的产生;深入梦境,了解记忆和遗忘的机制;去看看我们是如何学习的;以及在现代医学中,脑科学如何应用在疾病治疗中…… 疯狂的企业家将人机互动提上议事日程,在这本书中,我们将看到这些实验室的理论如何走进市场,那些曾经出现在科幻电影里的场景究竟离我们还有多远。 《决策大脑》内容简介:要想提升判断力、预测力、领导力,从哪里下手? 主导人类行为的动机、意图、计划、远见、人格等从何而来? 就像企业、*、管弦乐队一样,大脑同样有自己的领导者,这个角色属于额叶。额叶在整个大脑内执行极其高级、复杂的功能,在所有人类行为的成功与失败中扮演着关键角色。如果大脑的其他部位受损,就可能造成语言、记忆、感知或运动能力的丧失。而一旦额叶受损,患者所丧失的便不只是某种特质,而是整个心智、人格的核心! 该书讨论了与额叶密切相关的几种心理品质,还讨论了一些有趣的问题,如男人与女人的差别、社会责任、注意力、衰老和精神疾病等。 作者完整解析了“人格因素”的大脑机制,并指出,认知训练可以有效地提升脑力,抵抗自然或病态衰老导致的记忆力衰退等。
Дивись уперед: Над?йний шлях до омр?яного життя
Дивись уперед: Над?йний шлях до омр?яного життя
Michael Hyatt, Daniel Harkavy
¥30.25
Ez a k?nyv két év kutatómunkája alapján íródott. Fórumokon, internetes hozzászólásokban megnyilvánuló vélemények, és a velük kapcsolatban felmerült kérdések, illetve válaszok adják az írás gerincét. Nem orvos, nem tudós, nem kutató írta szaknyelven, hanem egy egyszer?, érz? ember, hétk?znapi nyelven, k?zérthet?en, azon igyekezve, hogy párhuzamot vonjon a szexuális irányultság két végletével és megértesse, hogy e szexuális orientációk egyenérték?ek. A kül?nleges szerelmi szálon futó t?rténet humorral, drámával f?szerezve bemutatja azokat a k?zponti problémákat, melyek a gy?l?letet táplálják a melegek felé és igyekszik utat mutatni az elfogadás irányába. Ma irtózol a homoszexuálisoktól. De mi lesz holnap, amikor a gyermeked, a legjobb barátod vagy a legkedvesebb rokonod megvallja, hogy ? úgy boldog? Az élet sorban osztja a pofonokat és nem tudhatjuk, mikor csattan a mi orcánkon... A k?nyv címét az alábbi idézet ihlette: ?Adj tüzedb?l lángot annak, aki kér!” /Marcus Tullius Cicero/ ?
TOTAL WAR: Attila kardja
TOTAL WAR: Attila kardja
David Gibbins
¥34.58
Not many years ago the group Insecta was held even by Zoologists to include numberless small creatures—centipedes, spiders, mites, etc.—which further study has shown to present essential differences of structure, and in popular language any fairly minute animal is still an insect, just as any insect is popularly a “fly”—or, in the United States, a “bug.” Scientifically the use of the term Insect is now much restricted, though still extensive enough in all conscience, since it includes many more than a quarter of a million known species. Zoologists recognise a large group of animals characterised by having no internal skeleton but a more or less firm external coating of a peculiar substance called chitin, often strengthened by calcareous deposits, which necessitates the presence of joints in their bodies, and especially in their limbs if they are to move freely, just as medieval suits of armour required to be jointed. These are the Arthropoda. One subdivision of this group consists of aquatic animals, breathing by gills, and known as Crustacea. Crabs, lobsters, shrimps and “water-fleas” are familiar examples, and with the exception of the so-called land-crabs the only Crustaceans habitually found on land are wood-lice. The other Arthropoda are air-breathing, and since their characteristic breathing organs are branching tubes known as tracheae, the term Tracheata is sometimes used to include them all. They fall naturally into three divisions, the Myriapoda, the Insecta and the Arachnida, and it is in this last-named division that we shall find the spiders. The Myriapoda are the centipedes and millipedes, and having said this we may dismiss them, for insects and arachnids are strictly limited as to legs; and no myriapod can ever be mistaken for a spider. The Arachnida are so varied in structure that it is not easy to give characteristics common to them all, and to any general statement there are bound to be exceptions, but for practical purposes it may be said that while an insect, when mature, has only six legs, and a pair of feelers or antennae of quite different structure, Arachnids have normally eight legs, and their feeling organs are not antennae but leg-like “pedipalps.”
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Leiner Laura
¥65.40
HA RVID AZ LET, TOLDD MEG EGY BALLPSSEL!” A knyvben hét beszélgetést olvashatsz volt brtnlakókkal, igazi nehézfiúkkal, akik együttesen csaknem 100 évet tltttek a rácsok mgtt, és most az életükrl vallanak Dorkának. Megismerkedhetsz az Isten ostorával, aki 13 évesen lóktéssel kezdte, Felipével, akit fénykorában a fél magyar rendrség üldztt az M3-ason, a Profival, aki a magánzárkán hosszú éveken át csak gyúrt és olvasott, vagy rpival, aki már régen nem is élne, ha nem került volna be a sittre. Elgondolkodhatsz a pokolról, az emberlésrl és az ártatlanságról, borzadhatsz, félhetsz, nevethetsz és sírhatsz.BKY DORKA, a Feldmár Intézet igazgatója 2011 óta dolgozik a brtnben, a Feldmár Andrással kifejlesztett Mesekr program keretében. A fogvatartottak saját életük élményeibl állítanak ssze mesejátékokat, amit aztán dramatizálnak, rendeznek, megzenésítenek és eladják a gyerekeiknek.
Сила ?нтроверт?в: Тих? люди у св?т?, що не може мовчати
Сила ?нтроверт?в: Тих? люди у св?т?, що не може мовчати
Susan Cain
¥35.15
Disciplina affascinante e misteriosa, la Selfica permette di realizzare oggetti in metallo, inchiostri e colori in grado di interagire positivamente con l’ambiente e permettono a chi li possiede di aumentare il benessere personale, la sensibilità, l’equilibrio psicofisico. Le “self”– siano esse gioielli, strutture per l’ambiente o quadri – aiutano chi le usa a conoscere meglio se stessi e a entrare in contatto con dimensioni energetiche e campi di informazioni differenti da quelli in cui siamo normalmente immersi. La Selfica – sviluppata attraverso le ricerche e gli insegnamenti di Oberto Airaudi, Falco Tarassaco, ispiratore di Damanhur, Federazione di Comunità – è in realtà un’arte-scienza antichissima, già conosciuta da molti popoli del passato. Questo libro racconta le sperimentazioni di numerosi ricercatori e appassionati, raccolte dall’Autrice, protagonista a sua volta di molte esperienze appassionanti. ? un viaggio in una nuova dimensione dove tempo, spazio, emozione e memoria rispondono a leggi molto diverse da quelle a cui siamo abituati...
The Secret Agent: "A Simple Tale"
The Secret Agent: "A Simple Tale"
Joseph Conrad
¥18.64
AMONG the ranks of the great astronomers it would be difficult to find one whose life presents more interesting features and remarkable vicissitudes than does that of Galileo. We may consider him as the patient investigator and brilliant discoverer. We may consider him in his private relations, especially to his daughter, Sister Maria Celeste, a woman of very remarkable character ; and we have also the pathetic drama at the close of Galileo's life, when the philosopher drew down upon himself the thunders of the Inquisition. The materials for the sketch of this astonishing man are sufficiently abundant. We make special use in this place of those charming letters which his daughter wrote to him from her convent home. More than a hundred of these have been preserved, and it may well be doubted whether any more beautiful and touching series of letters addressed to a parent by a dearly loved child have ever been written. An admirable account of this correspondence is contained in a little book entitled "The Private Life of Galileo," published anonymously by Messrs. Macmillan in 1870, and I have been much indebted to the author of that volume for many of the facts contained in this chapter. Galileo was born at Pisa, on 18th February, 1564. He was the eldest son of Vincenzo de Bonajuti de Galilei, a Florentine noble. Notwithstanding his illustrious birth and descent, it would seem that the home in which the great philosopher's childhood was spent was an impoverished one. It was obvious at least that the young Galileo would have to be provided with some profession by which he might earn a livelihood. From his father he derived both by inheritance and by precept a keen taste for music, and it appears that he became an excellent performer on the lute. He was also endowed with considerable artistic power, which he cultivated diligently. Indeed, it would seem that for some time the future astronomer entertained the idea of devoting himself to painting as a profession. His father, however, decided that he should study medicine. Accordingly, we find that when Galileo was seventeen years of age, and had added a knowledge of Greek and Latin to his acquaintance with the fine arts, he was duly entered at the University of Pisa. AMONG the ranks of the great astronomers it would be difficult to find one whose life presents more interesting features and remarkable vicissitudes than does that of Galileo. We may consider him as the patient investigator and brilliant discoverer. We may consider him in his private relations, especially to his daughter, Sister Maria Celeste, a woman of very remarkable character ; and we have also the pathetic drama at the close of Galileo's life, when the philosopher drew down upon himself the thunders of the Inquisition. The materials for the sketch of this astonishing man are sufficiently abundant. We make special use in this place of those charming letters which his daughter wrote to him from her convent home. More than a hundred of these have been preserved, and it may well be doubted whether any more beautiful and touching series of letters addressed to a parent by a dearly loved child have ever been written. An admirable account of this correspondence is contained in a little book entitled "The Private Life of Galileo," published anonymously by Messrs. Macmillan in 1870, and I have been much indebted to the author of that volume for many of the facts contained in this chapter.
The Time Machine
The Time Machine
H. G. Wells
¥18.64
zet olarak tüm tp almalar & Bilim felsefesi & Hayat hikayesi & Metodolojisi ve Tahlilleri ilaveli bni Sin, daha ocukluunda, evresini hayrete düüren bir zek ve hafza rnei gstermitir. Küük yata ann bütün, ilimlerini renmiti. Gündüz ve gece okumakla vakit geirir, mum nda saatlerce, ou zaman sabahlara kadar alrd. Pek az uyurdu. Buhara Emiri Nuh bni Mansur’u ar bir hastalktan kurtard ve bu yüzden de Samanoullar saraynn kütüphanesinde alma iznini ald. Bu sayede pek ok eseri elinin altnda bulduu iin vaktini kitap okumak ve yazmakla geirdi. Hükümdar ldüü zaman o, henüz yirmi yandayd ve Buhr'dan ayrlarak Harzem'e gitti: EI-Brni gibi büyük bir hret ve deerin, onun alkanlna, bilgisine deer vermesi, kendisini yanna kabul etmesi, beraber almas, hakknda kskanla yol at. Bu yüzden takibata bile urad. Harzem'de barnamayarak yeniden yollara dütü. ehirden ehre dolaarak nihayet Hemedan'a kadar geldi ve orada kalmaya karar verdi. bni Sn, ou fizik, astronomi ve felsefeyle ilgili olarak 150 civarnda eser yazmt. Farsa olan birka dnda bunlarn hepsi Arapa'dr. ünkü o devirde ilim eserlerini Arap diliyle yazmak detti. Arapa'ya bu bakmdan deer verilirdi. Bilhassa tp ilmine dair aratrmalar son derece orijinal ve dorudur. Bu yüzden dou ve bat hekimliine kelimenin tam anlamyla, 600 yl, hükmetmitir. Eserleri Bat dillerine Latince yoluyla evrilerek Avicenna diye hrete ulaan bni Sin, yanl olarak bir süre Avrupa'da ranl hekim ve filozof olarak tannmtr. Bunun da sebebi, eserlerini Türke yazmam olmasndandr… Bununla beraber, batllar da kendisini Hkim-i Tb, yani hekimlerin piri ve hükümdar olarak kabul etmilerdir. 16 yandayken pratik hekimlie balayan bni Sin, resm saray doktorluu da yapmtr. NDEKLER: BN- SNA’NIN HAYATI ve ALIMALARI ESERLER bn-i Sina’nn Felsefi Anlay Varlk ve Mantk BN- SNA VE VARLIK FELSEFES VARLIK FELSEFES VE BN SNA* Varla likin Grüleri: BN- SNA’DA 3 MESELE A- VARLIK BLNC’NN NCEL B- NAYET VE ERRN LAH KAZADA BULUNUU (KTLK PROBLEM) C-FLLERN ALLAHTAN SUDURU BN- SNA’NIN BLM FELSEFES SLAMDA SMYA VE BN- SNA’NIN SMYAYA KATKILARI.. Tarihi zgemii nkar ve Muhalefet Batya Etkisi BN- SNA’NIN TIP FELSEFES BN- SNANIN TIP TARHNDEK YER…. Tp Sahasndaki Baz Bulular TIBBIN KANUNU ESER HAKKINDA.. BN- SNA’NIN FA FELSEFES BN- SNA’NIN VARLIK VE EVREN FELSEFES BN- SNA VE SUDUR NAZARYES… BN- SNA VE SPNOZADA DN VE FELSEFE LKLER B. BN SN FELSEFESNDE LEMN KIDEM/EZELL SORUNU C. GENEL DEERLENDRME SLAM METAFZ VE BN- SNA slam Metafiziine Ksa Bir Bak: bn Sn’ya Gre Nefsin Bedenden Ayrl Sonras Durumu BN- SNA’NIN “El-rtü ve’t-Tenbhtü fi’l-Mantk ve’l-Hikme” Kitab Hakknda BN- SNA VE ETM BN- SNA’NIN PSKOLOJK YAKLAIMLARI bn Sina’nn Aile Siyasetine Dair Risalesindeki Temel Grüleri KEND AZINDAN BN- SNA Genlik ve Olgunluk Devresi (M. 997 -1005) Seyahatler Devresi (M.1005-1014) (bn-i Sn’nn Hayatnda) Büveyhler Devresi bn-i Sn’nn Hayatnda Kkyler Devresi (M. 1024 -1037) BN- SNA’DA NAMAZ VE FA BALANTISI BN- SN’NIN NAMAZ RSALES Namazn Mahiyeti: Namaz: Namaz, nefs-i natkann, gk cisimlerine benzemesi ve ebed sevap istemek iin Mutlak olan Hakk’a tapnmas demektir. Namazn hakikati: Namazn Zahir ve Batna Ayrlmas Beyanndadr: Bu blüm nceki iki ksm namazdan her birinin kime ve hangi snfa vacib olduunu bildirir: BN- SNA’NIN RUH LE LGL KASDES ZETLE BN- SNANIN BLME KATKILARI BN- SNANIN UNUTULMAYAN SZLER
The Secret Garden
The Secret Garden
Frances Hodgson Burnett
¥23.30
IT was just a year after the death of Galileo, that an infant came into the world who was christened Isaac Newton. Even the great fame of Galileo himself must be relegated to a second place in comparison with that of the philosopher who first expounded the true theory of the universe. Isaac Newton was born on the 25th of December (old style), 1642, at Woolsthorpe, in Lincolnshire, about a half-mile from Colsterworth, and eight miles south of Grantham. His father, Mr. Isaac Newton, had died a few months after his marriage to Harriet Ayscough, the daughter of Mr. James Ayscough, of Market Overton, in Rutlandshire. The little Isaac was at first so excessively frail and weakly that his life was despaired of. The watchful mother, however, tended her delicate child with such success that he seems to have thriven better than might have been expected from the circumstances of his infancy, and he ultimately acquired a frame strong enough to outlast the ordinary span of human life.For three years they continued to live at Woolsthorpe, the widow's means of livelihood being supplemented by the income from another small estate at Sewstern, in a neighbouring part of Leicestershire. In 1645, Mrs. Newton took as a second husband the Rev. Barnabas Smith, and on moving to her new home, about a mile from Woolsthorpe, she entrusted little Isaac to her mother, Mrs. Ayscough. In due time we find that the boy was sent to the public school at Grantham, the name of the master being Stokes. For the purpose of being near his work, the embryo philosopher was boarded at the house of Mr. Clark, an apothecary at Grantham. We learn from Newton himself that at first he had a very low place in the class lists of the school, and was by no means one of those model school-boys who find favour in the eyes of the school-master by attention to Latin grammar. Isaac's first incentive to diligent study seems to have been derived from the circumstance that he was severely kicked by one of the boys who was above him in the class. This indignity had the effect of stimulating young Newton's activity to such an extent that he not only attained the desired object of passing over the head of the boy who had maltreated him, but continued to rise until he became the head of the school.The play-hours of the great philosopher were devoted to pursuits very different from those of most school-boys. His chief amusement was found in making mechanical toys and various ingenious contrivances. He watched day by day with great interest the workmen engaged in constructing a windmill in the neighbourhood of the school, the result of which was that the boy made a working model of the windmill and of its machinery, which seems to have been much admired, as indicating his aptitude for mechanics. We are told that Isaac also indulged in somewhat higher flights of mechanical enterprise. He constructed a carriage, the wheels of which were to be driven by the hands of the occupant, while the first philosophical instrument he made was a clock, which was actuated by water. He also devoted much attention to the construction of paper kites, and his skill in this respect was highly appreciated by his schoolfellows. Like a true philosopher, even at this stage he experimented on the best methods of attaching the string, and on the proportions which the tail ought to have. He also made lanthorns of paper to provide himself with light as he walked to school in the dark winter mornings.
Leonardo Da Vinci: "A Psychological Study of an Infantile Reminiscence"
Leonardo Da Vinci: "A Psychological Study of an Infantile Reminiscence"
Sigmund Freud
¥28.04
FROM the eastern gate of Mardin the road decants itself plainwards in a skein of curves and zigzags—a vertical descent of 2000 feet, spinning out its gradients to a length of five or six miles. It is not at all a bad road. One could easily bicycle down it—and perhaps even bicycle up it if in specially strenuous mood. But it is, as it were, the swan-song of the modern Ottoman Telfords, and as soon as it reaches the level it reverts into a sheaf of footpaths. Henceforth to the end of our journey we saw no more metalled roads.We had now, too, a further reminder of the fact that we were quitting civilization, for a couple of zaptiehs rode with us to escort us over the stage to Nisibin. Hitherto such protection had been deemed needless: but in these remoter districts the Government prefers to have some tangible assurance of a European traveller’s safety, seeing that it is liable to be held responsible if he is unfortunate enough to come to grief. Thus that modest intruder finds himself passed on from city to city with all the pomp and circumstance of an armed cavalry escort; and afflicted at every stage with the consciousness that he is passing current at a face value vastly in excess of his intrinsic worth. The zaptiehs are a sort of military police, analogous to the Spanish Civil Guard or the Royal Irish Constabulary; though we fear that these two corps d’elite would not be likely to feel gratified at a suggestion that such deplorable ragamuffins should “march through Coventry” with them. Personally, for the most part, they are good-humoured and obliging fellows; accepting rough weather and hard lodging with the utmost philosophy. Also they rather welcome the chance of a little escort duty. It is a pleasant change from the monotony of garrison life; and there is a tip to look forward to finally, though this must be “under the rose.” “You have not mentioned that you’ve given us a present?” said one of our fellows with engaging na?veté when we asked him to carry back a letter—“Because it isn’t allowed!” But though Western civilization extends thus far no longer, there is not wanting tangible evidence to prove that it was here long ago. In the midst of one of the first plain villages there rises, like a lofty aiguille, the angle of a Roman watch tower. It seems impossible that such a slender fragment should be able to withstand wind and weather much longer; but hitherto the huge square blocks have stood firm though all support has fallen away. A Roman church (or more probably a Roman house converted into a church) stands in another village; and at the end of a short day’s journey we turned aside to visit some yet more striking remains. The mountains at this point ravel out on to the plain in a line of gently sloping spurs, and from between two of these issues a broad and shallow but never-failing stream. The spurs immediately westward of it are conspicuously gashed across with wide deep transverse trenches; and as we draw nearer we perceive that the ridge on each side of the river is crested with a ruined rampart, and that the hollow enclosed between them is a regular sugar bowl of huge disjointed stones. Here and there out of the chaos rises the fragment of a mighty tower or a massive skeleton archway, and presently we can descry a few wretched Kurdish hovels half hidden among the débris of the great devastated city.
The Sign of the Four
The Sign of the Four
Arthur Conan Doyle
¥18.64
Copernicus, the astronomer, whose discoveries make him the great predecessor of Kepler and Newton, did not come from a noble family, as certain other early astronomers have done, for his father was a tradesman. Chroniclers are, however, careful to tell us that one of his uncles was a bishop. We are not acquainted with any of those details of his childhood or youth which are often of such interest in other cases where men have risen to exalted fame. It would appear that the young Nicolaus, for such was his Christian name, received his education at home until such time as he was deemed sufficiently advanced to be sent to the University at Cracow. The education that he there obtained must have been in those days of a very primitive description, but Copernicus seems to have availed himself of it to the utmost. He devoted himself more particularly to the study of medicine, with the view of adopting its practice as the profession of his life. The tendencies of the future astronomer were, however, revealed in the fact that he worked hard at mathematics, and, like one of his illustrious successors, Galileo, the practice of the art of painting had for him a very great interest, and in it he obtained some measure of success.??By the time he was twenty-seven years old, it would seem that Copernicus had given up the notion of becoming a medical practitioner, and had resolved to devote himself to science. He was engaged in teaching mathematics, and appears to have acquired some reputation. His growing fame attracted the notice of his uncle the bishop, at whose suggestion Copernicus took holy orders, and he was presently appointed to a canonry in the cathedral of Frauenhurg, near the mouth of the Vistula.? To Frauenburg, accordingly, this man of varied gifts retired. Possessing somewhat of the ascetic spirit, he resolved to devote his life to work of the most serious description. He eschewed all ordinary society, restricting his intimacies to very grave and learned companions, and refusing to engage in conversation of any useless kind. It would seem as if his gifts for painting were condemned as frivolous; at all events, we do not learn that he continued to practise them. In addition to the discharge of his theological duties, his life was occupied partly in ministering medically to the wants of the poor, and partly with his researches in astronomy and mathematics. His equipment in the matter of instruments for the study of the heavens seems to have been of a very meagre description. He arranged apertures in the walls of his house at Allenstein, so that he could observe in some fashion the passage of the stars across the meridian. That he possessed some talent for practical mechanics is proved by his construction of a contrivance for raising water from a stream, for the use of the inhabitants of Frauenburg. Relics of this machine are still to be Been.??The intellectual slumber of the Middle Ages was destined to be awakened by the revolutionary doctrines of Copernicus. It may be noted, as an interesting circumstance, that the time at which he discovered the scheme of the solar system has coincided with a remarkable epoch in the world's history. The great astronomer had just reached manhood at the time when Columbus discovered the new world.??Before the publication of the researches of Copernicus, the orthodox scientific creed averred that the earth was stationary, and that the apparent movements of the heavenly bodies were indeed real movements. Ptolemy had laid down this doctrine 1,400 years before. In his theory this huge error was associated with so much important truth, and the whole presented such a coherent scheme for the explanation of the heavenly movements, that the Ptolemaic theory was not seriously questioned until the great work of Copernicus appeared. No doubt others, before Copernicus, had from time to time in some vague fashion surmised, with more or less plausibility, that the sun..
Да ли ?е Срби?а шугава
Да ли ?е Срби?а шугава
Borislav Radosavljević
¥27.96
Автор книги?– кандидат медицинских наук, врач с?многолетним опытом – просто и?понятно рассказывает о?здоровье и?отвечает на?самые распространенные вопросы. ? Предвестники серьезных недугов ??Факторы риска заболеваний сердца ??Тест на?определение склонности к?гипертонии ? Симптомы и диагностика распространенных заболеваний ??При каких признаках нужно немедленно обращаться к?врачу ??Традиционные и?народные способы профилактики и?лечения артериальной гипертензии, ишемической болезни, стенокардии, аритмии, сердечной недостаточности и?др. ??Лечение травами ??Лечебное питание ??Лечебная физкультура и?многое другое. Avtor knigi?– kandidat medicinskih nauk, vrach s?mnogoletnim opytom – prosto i?ponjatno rasskazyvaet o?zdorov'e i?otvechaet na?samye rasprostranennye voprosy. ? Predvestniki ser'eznyh nedugov ??Faktory riska zabolevanij serdca ??Test na?opredelenie sklonnosti k?gipertonii ? Simptomy i diagnostika rasprostranennyh zabolevanij ??Pri kakih priznakah nuzhno nemedlenno obrashhat'sja k?vrachu ??Tradicionnye i?narodnye sposoby profilaktiki i?lechenija arterial'noj gipertenzii, ishemicheskoj bolezni, stenokardii, aritmii, serdechnoj nedostatochnosti i?dr. ??Lechenie travami ??Lechebnoe pitanie ??Lechebnaja fizkul'tura i?mnogoe drugoe.
Ruins of Ancient Cities: (Volume - I)
Ruins of Ancient Cities: (Volume - I)
Charles Bucke
¥28.04
"UKRAY" - UNIFIED FIELD THEORY - - A New Unification Theory on Electromagnetic Gravitation- PREFACE ? ?“This study which aims to prove that all forces and laws of physics exist in a single unified structure at the Starting and Ending moment of the Universe analyzes all laws of physics within the framework of a unified structure from Newton Mechanics to Quantum Theory, Einstein Relativity to modern 11-dimensional Super string theory. The study may also be considered as a "MODERN ERA PRINCIPIA" since it was started to be written in about 300 years (early 2007) after the publication of the great study of Newton named "PRINCIPIA" (1703-1707) on the topic of gravity theories. The volume includes SEVEN CHAPTERS in the form of SEVEN different articles which follow each other and make clear the subject when they are read consecutively. In addition, FOUR additional chapters in the form of APPENDIXES in nature of FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICS were also included at the end of the volume for readers who have a less degree of technical knowledge about the topic… THIS THEORY, GETS THESE QUESTIONS INTO; - A CHANGE into Gravitational field and field equations, STATIC AND UNIVERSAL GRAVITATIONAL CONSTANTS, - THE DYNAMICS OF Gravitational field with Combining the Electromagnetics Theory. - THE VELOCITY OF LIGHT COULD BE EXCEEDED? THIS THEORY WAS PREPARED AS A CONSEQUENCE OF APPROXIMATELY 16 YEARS STUDY, - WHOLE "666" PAGE- INCLUDES ABOUT 100 THEOREMS, - AND 1000 ILLUSTRATED DRAWINGS, - ASSERTS THE NEW PHYSICS OF THE UNIVERSE. AND MUCH MORE… "I imagined the situation of a mass falling towards the singularity point in a blackhole singularity in electrodynamic gravity conditions for some relative structures in the electromagnetic theory which is the most important and understandable theory in the classical physics I had comprehensive knowledge in my last years of my undergraduate term of the academic life (in about 2000) in an article of Faraday on the topic of the law of induction I had incidentally seen while I was examining the existing physics literature in the faculty's library. I wondered if the law of induction in a circular conducting wire differently perceived according to an observer in the train and the one on the land in the special relativity of Einstein may occur by the increase and decrease of mass during the course of falling to singularity in this blackhole and may create an electromagnetic gravity wave and a magnetic charge current which would decrease the impact of gravitation in parallel to this. This oriented me to a series of researches to study and create this theory for years and then directed me to create a unified electromagnetic gravity theory composed of SEVEN ARTICLES in total I will submit here in order and step by step. Even though the theory includes a deductive mathematical approach, tensor calculation and geometric modellings, I will give solutions of Einstein-Maxwell Equations with a different mathematical 4x4 Pauli-Dirac Spinors and Tensor calculation construction in direction of closed extra dimension of the space (5 Dimension Effect) What Does the Theory Tell? {Short Abstract and Philosophy of the Theory} The THEORY summarizes the general and simple mathematical description of the universe in the form of general conclusion items and forecasts the followings; Basic Projections of the Theory? - NEW MODEL OF AN ATOM, - NEW MODEL OF THE UNIVERSE, - CHANGE IN GALILEO Inertia Principle, - A Fundamental Change in the Structure of MAXWELL's EQUATIONS, AN ADDITIONAL TERMS AND ADDITIONS, - A CHANGE IN POYNTING ENERGY THEORY, - A NEW ATOMIC MODEL, - A NEW UNIVERSE MODEL, - CHANGE IN GALILEO'S PRINCIPLE OF INERTIA, - A FUNDEMENTAL CHANGE AND AN ADDITIONAL TERM IN THE STRUCTURE IF MAXWELL EQUATIONS, - A CHANGE IN STATIC FIELD EQUATIONS OF THE GRAVITY FIELD AND IN THE UNIVERSAL GRAVITY CONSTANT. - CHANGE IN POYNTING ENERGY THEOREM, - HOW CAN THE VELOCITY OF LIGHT BE EXCEEDED?
Székely és más finomságok kerek pocakoknak
Székely és más finomságok kerek pocakoknak
Asztalos Ágnes, Rudolf Elisabeth
¥28.86
Боли в руках, ногах, коленях периодически испытывают многие, а с возрастом болевые ощущения усиливаются. В этой книге представлена подробная информация о заболеваниях, которые становятся причиной неприятных симптомов. Вы вновь ощутите радость от движения без боли! ? Клинические симптомы, диагностика и лечение заболеваний: артрит, остеоартроз, синдром усталых ног, подагра и др. ? Народные методы лечения: настои, отвары, компрессы, ванны ? Лечебная гимнастика, массаж и самомассаж, рефлексо- и парафинотерапия ? Рецепты здорового питания ? Очищение организма и профилактика заболеваний ? ?Скорая помощь? для снятия боли. Boli v rukah, nogah, kolenjah periodicheski ispytyvajut mnogie, a s vozrastom bolevye oshhushhenija usilivajutsja. V jetoj knige predstavlena podrobnaja informacija o zabolevanijah, kotorye stanovjatsja prichinoj neprijatnyh simptomov. Vy vnov' oshhutite radost' ot dvizhenija bez boli! ? Klinicheskie simptomy, diagnostika i lechenie zabolevanij: artrit, osteoartroz, sindrom ustalyh nog, podagra i dr. ? Narodnye metody lechenija: nastoi, otvary, kompressy, vanny ? Lechebnaja gimnastika, massazh i samomassazh, reflekso- i parafinoterapija ? Recepty zdorovogo pitanija ? Ochishhenie organizma i profilaktika zabolevanij ? ?Skoraja pomoshh'? dlja snjatija boli.
Tük?r/képek
Tük?r/képek
Püspöki Dorka
¥68.34
Створено спльно з нтернет-ресурсом Мова – ДНК нац За допомогою нфографки показан правила та складн випадки вживання слв в укранськй мов Укранська без суржику, русизмв кальок за допомогою нфографки! Видання з наочними люстрацями та стислими правилами, прикладами вживання корисними статтями. Цю книжку створено з мрю про те, що колись в Укран буде модно знати деклька мов, а говорити укранською. Видання для тих, хто: – сплкуться укранською хоче вдосконалити сво знання; – прагне запобгти помилковому слововживанню; – бажа дзнатися нов фразеологзми й синонми; – намагаться уникнути вживання не властивих укранськй мовнй традиц зворотв висловв. Stvoreno spl'no z nternet-resursom Mova – DNK nac Za dopomogoju nfografki pokazan pravila ta skladn vipadki vzhivannja slv v ukrans'kj mov Ukrans'ka bez surzhiku, rusizmv kal'ok za dopomogoju nfografki! Vidannja z naochnimi ljustracjami ta stislimi pravilami, prikladami vzhivannja korisnimi stattjami. Cju knizhku stvoreno z mrju pro te, shho kolis' v Ukran bude modno znati dekl'ka mov, a govoriti ukrans'koju. Vidannja dlja tih, hto: – splkut'sja ukrans'koju hoche vdoskonaliti svo znannja; – pragne zapobgti pomilkovomu slovovzhivannju; – bazha dznatisja nov frazeologzmi j sinonmi; – namagat'sja uniknuti vzhivannja ne vlastivih ukrans'kj movnj tradic zvorotv vislovv.
Атлант розправив плеч?. Частина третя. А ? А
Атлант розправив плеч?. Частина третя. А ? А
Ayn Rand, Sofiia Andrukhovych
¥28.61
La fisica spirituale o esoterica racchiude la visione dell’universo e dell’evoluzione umana portata da Oberto Airaudi - Falco Taràssaco, fondatore della Scuola di Damanhur, nei suoi 40 anni di attività come guida spirituale e ricercatore. Una visione basata sulla conoscenza esoterica dalle tradizioni millenarie, ma che presenta molti spunti sorprendentemente avanzati, tali da far pensare in molti casi a conoscenze che arrivano dal futuro. ?Coyote Cardo, all’anagrafe Mario Faruolo, che ha seguito Falco T. per molti anni nei suoi incontri pubblici e nella Scuola di Meditazione damanhuriana, ci presenta in questo libro i fondamenti di questa fisica molto particolare, che interpreta la materia e le leggi che la dominano in un modo particolarmente originale. Nel testo, dopo una parte teorica che ci presenta i temi fondamentali comuni a tante filosofie spirituali, quali l’origine dell’anima umana, l’origine della materia, l’interpretazione dello spazio e del tempo, il concetto del Divino, l’autore si addentra nelle affascinanti e fantascientifiche tecnologie che la Scuola damanhuriana, tramite gli insegnamenti del suo fondatore, ha realizzato in questi anni. Il libro costituisce anche il testo di riferimento per i seminari di Fisica Spirituale che l’autore tiene da molti anni per Damanhur Welcome & University.
Щоб не забули. Пам'ять про тотал?таризм в ?вроп?
Щоб не забули. Пам'ять про тотал?таризм в ?вроп?
Джиліан Певез
¥0.01
Este manual foi concebido com o objetivo de introduzir alguns conceitos, sistematizar os conhecimentos existentes e nortear o Programa de Vigil?ncia em Saúde da Toxoplasmose Congênita no município de Londrina. [...] [trecho retirado da Apresenta??o do livro]
Чотири сезони (Chotiri sezoni)
Чотири сезони (Chotiri sezoni)
Stіven Kіng
¥35.56
Народные средства и рецепты лечения геморроя и варикоза, как и многих других хронических заболеваний, несмотря на простоту и доступность, станут надежной поддержкой медикаментозного лечения и самым эффективным средством профилактики. Продуманная и доступная лечебная диета с рецептами блюд на каждый день, рецепты отваров, настоек и мазей на лекарственных травах, продуктах пчеловодства, лечение лечебной глиной, с помощью соли, квасцов и металлов, водные процедуры, приемы массажа и самомассажа для снятия боли и облегчения симптомов заболевания при регулярном применении заметно и надолго улучшат ваше самочувствие.Narodnye sredstva i recepty lechenija gemorroja i varikoza, kak i mnogih drugih hronicheskih zabolevanij, nesmotrja na prostotu i dostupnost', stanut nadezhnoj podderzhkoj medikamentoznogo lechenija i samym jeffektivnym sredstvom profilaktiki. Produmannaja i dostupnaja lechebnaja dieta s receptami bljud na kazhdyj den', recepty otvarov, nastoek i mazej na lekarstvennyh travah, produktah pchelovodstva, lechenie lechebnoj glinoj, s pomoshh'ju soli, kvascov i metallov, vodnye procedury, priemy massazha i samomassazha dlja snjatija boli i oblegchenija simptomov zabolevanija pri reguljarnom primenenii zametno i nadolgo uluchshat vashe samochuvstvie.
The Valley of Fear: Illustrated
The Valley of Fear: Illustrated
Arthur Conan Doyle
¥18.64
Darwin, ?nsan dahil tüm canl? türlerinin do?al se?i-lim yoluyla bir ya da birka? ortak ata-dan evrildi?ini ?ne sürmü? ve o günün ?artlar?na g?re bu teoriyi destekleyen pek ?ok kan?t sunmu?tur. Darwin'in fikirleri üzerine in?a edilen modern evrim teorisi, bugün biyoloji biliminin temeli ve birle?tirici ??esidir. Evrimin ger?ekle?ti?i ger?e?i Charles Darwin'in ya?ad??? d?nemde, do?al se?ilim teorisinin evrimin ana a??klamas? oldu?u ise 1930'lu y?llarda bilim dünyas? taraf?ndan kabul g?rmü?tür. Darwin'in orijinal teorileri modern evrimsel biyolojinin temelini olu?turmakta, hayat?n ?e?itlili?i üzerine birle?tirici bir mant?ksal a??klama sunmaktad?r. Darwin'in Hayat? da dahil Evrim teorisi ve türlerin k?keni eserini tüm y?nleriyle ele alan bu ba?ucu eserini mutlaka okuman?z? ?neriyoruz.. DARW?N K?MD?R? ?nsan dahil tüm?canl??türlerinin?do?al se?ilim?yoluyla bir ya da birka??ortak atadan?evrildi?ini??ne sürmü? ve o günün ?artlar?na g?re bu teoriyi destekleyen pek ?ok kan?t sunmu?tur.?Darwin'in fikirleri üzerine in?a edilen modern?evrim teorisi, bugün?biyoloji?biliminin temeli ve birle?tirici ??esidir. Evrimin ger?ekle?ti?i ger?e?i Charles Darwin'in ya?ad??? d?nemde, do?al se?ilim teorisinin evrimin ana a??klamas? oldu?u ise 1930'lu y?llarda bilim dünyas? taraf?ndan kabul g?rmü?tür.?Darwin'in orijinal teorileri modern evrimsel biyolojinin temelini olu?turmakta, hayat?n ?e?itlili?i üzerine birle?tirici bir mant?ksal a??klama sunmaktad?r. Darwin'in?do?a tarihine?duydu?u ilgi, ?nce?Edinburgh ?niversitesi'nde?t?p, sonra?Cambridge ?niversitesi'nde?teoloji?okurken geli?ti. Beagle?gemisinde yapt??? be? senelik yolculuk s?ras?nda, zaman?n me?hur jeolo?u?Charles Lyell'?n ortaya att???, ge?mi?teki jeolojik süre?lerin bugünkülerle ayn? oldu?unu savunan teoriyi destekleyecek pek ?ok g?zlem yapt? ve iyi bir jeolog olarak ünlendi.?Ayn? yolculukta, canl?lar?n co?rafi da??l?m? ve?fosiller?üzerine yapt??? dikkatli g?zlemler sonucunda, türlerin birbirine d?nü?ümüyle ilgilenmeye ba?lad? ve 1838'de?do?al se?ilim?fikrini geli?tirdi.?Daha ?nce benzer fikirlerin "sapk?nl?k" olarak nitelendirildi?ini ve bast?r?ld???n? g?rmü? oldu?undan, uzun süre fikirlerini en yak?n arkada?lar? d???nda kimseye a?mad?.?Olas? itirazlara en iyi ?ekilde cevap verebilmek i?in ara?t?rma yapmaya ve kan?t toplamaya ba?lad?.?1858'de?Alfred Russell Walla-ce'dan ald??? bir mektubu okuyunca, Wallace-'?n da kendisininkine benzer bir teori geli?tirdi?ini anlad?, ve nihayet teorisini yay?mlamaya karar verdi. 1859'da yay?mlad????On the Origin of Speci-es?(Türlerin K?keni ?zerine) adl? kitab?, canl?lar?n ortak atalardan evrilerek ?e?itlendi?i fikrinin geni? kabul g?rmesini sa?lad?. Daha sonra yay?mlad????The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex?(?nsan?n Türeyi?i, ve Cinsiyete Mahsus Se?ilim) kitab?nda insan evrimini ve cinsel se?ilim fikrini inceledi.?The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals (?nsan ve Hayvanlarda Duygular?n ?fadesi) adl? kitab?nda ise insanlar?n ve hayvanlar?n duygular?n? ifade edi? ?ekilleri aras?ndaki benzerlikleri ortaya koydu.
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