In this book Elizabeth A. Johnson addresses the theological reinterpretation of one of the traditional symbols of Christian doctrine, that of the communion of saints, considering it from a feminist perspective. Its starting point is the realization that the communion of the saints is a "sleeping sy..
Change: Principles of Problem Formation and Problem Resolution
The work describes two useful theories for clarifying fundamental aspects of change: group theory and the theory of the logical and illogical meaning of change. The authors have analyzed the phenomenon and framed it within an illustrated conceptual plot with examples taken from various sectors of li..
In Silent Compassion, Richard Rohr proposes a journey to find God in the depths of silence. Rohr's teaching is based on contemplation and kenosis (self-vaccination), which are expressed through radical compassion. His vision of Christian mystique is part of perennial tradition and an ecumenical spir..
Leading religious and cultural commentator, Peter Berger, explores how and what we can believe in modern times. Deals clearly with questions such as ‘Does God exist? What was so special about Jesus? How can one be Christian in a pluralistic society? The author takes the position of an open-minded sc..
Love, Sex, and Your Heart offers an innovative approach to cardiovascular health and the treatment of heart disease. Alexander Lowen examines the feeling of love as a physiological process in the body. This book features therapeutic techniques meant to help people understand their fear of love, rele..
This revised edition of the official Arabic text of the Koran associates the knowledge of a linguist and an Islamologist. An introduction to sacred text places the reader in space and time. They also enrich the translation by a glossary of Qur'anic terms, a critical note apparatus and an analytical ..
In Jesus’ Twin, a scholar shares his reflections into the Gospel of Thomas offering an accessible introduction into these ancient texts that have long stirred curiosity. James Heisig shows that the reasons for excluding the Gospel of Thomas from the Christian tradition are meaningless for us today. ..
At the heart of Frankl’s theory of logotherapy is a conviction that the primary human drive is the discovery and pursuit of what the individual finds meaningful. Today, as new generations face new challenges and an ever more complex and uncertain world, Frankl’s classic work continues to inspire us ..
The Language of the Body, originally published in 1958 as Physical Dynamics of Character Structure, remains one of the most influential books in psychology. In this groundbreaking work, Alexander Lowen outlines the foundations of character structure and describes how personality is expressed in the ..
The author reviews her well-known theories of redistribution and recognition, and introduces "representation" as a third "political" dimension of justice. Dialogue with thinkers such as Habermas, Rawls, Foucault or Arendt envisages a post-Westphalian political space that embraces transnational solid..
Wendy Brown considers the recent spate of wall building in contrast to the erosion of nation-state sovereignty. Drawing on classical and contemporary political theories of state sovereignty in order to understand how state power and national identity persist amid its decline, Brown considers both th..
Kana is the first step of the Japanese learning ladder for all who decide to learn the language Kana to remember is divided into two distinct parts: Hiragana to remember and Katakana to remember. Undoubtedly, Kana to remember is the ideal tool to come to dominate in an entertaining way the two essen..