Books by letter T

The Roofer (Mira) Erica Orloff

May 1, 2004
The Death of Jim Loney James Welch

July 29, 2008
The Works Of Charles Lamb Thomas Noon Talfourd

May 30, 2004
The Origins of Theoretical Population Genetics William B. Provine

January 15, 2001
The World of the Polar Bear Norbert Rosing

September 12, 2006
The Rationale Of Mesmerism A. P. Sinnett

May 5, 2006
The Drill Press David J. Gingery

March 1982
The Pilots Wife Anita Shreve

October 2001
The Economic Organization of East Asian Capitalism Orrú Marco

October 30, 1996
Toros Si, Toreros No Rius

February 2002
The Watchmen Tom Hess

August 1, 2003
The Count of Monte Cristo Volume V (Large Print) Alexandre Dumas

November 1, 2006
The Complete Dx711 Howard Massey

June 1987
This Fabulous Century 1920 1930 Time-Life Books

June 1982
The Rock of Chickamauga (His the Civil War Series) Joseph A. Altsheler

December 1993
The Unspeakable Perk Samuel Hopkins Adams

November 3, 2006
The Golden Legend Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

December 2002
The Black Book Orhan Pamuk

November 4, 2002
The Talmud of Babylonia Jacob Neusner

January 1, 1994
The Squaw Man Julie Opp Faversham

July 2, 2004
Tadpoles The Biology of Anuran Larvae Roy W. McDiarmid

November 1, 1999
The Code of Man Love Courage Pride Family Country Waller Randy Newell

October 7, 2003
The Sentimental Citizen Emotion in Democratic Politics George E. Marcus

This book challenges the conventional wisdom that improving democratic politics requires keeping emotion out of it. Marcus advances the provocative claim that the tradition in democratic theory of treating emotion and reason as hostile opposites is misguided and leads contemporary theorists to misdiagnose the current state of American democracy. Instead of viewing the presence of emotion in politics as a failure of rationality and therefore as a failure of citizenship, Marcus argues, democratic theorists need to understand that emotions are in fact a prerequisite for the exercise of reason and thus essential for rational democratic deliberation and political judgment. Attempts to purge emotion from public life not only are destined to fail, but ultimately would rob democracies of a key source of revitalization and change.Drawing on recent research in neuroscience, Marcus shows how emotion functions generally and what role it plays in politics. In contrast to the traditional view of emotion as a form of agitation associated with belief, neuroscience reveals it to be generated by brain systems that operate largely outside of awareness. Two of these systems, disposition and surveillance, are especially important in enabling emotions to produce habits, which often serve a positive function in democratic societies. But anxiety, also a preconscious emotion, is crucial to democratic politics as well because it can inhibit or disable habits and thus clear a space for the conscious use of reason and deliberation. If we acknowledge how emotion facilitates reason and is cooperatively entangled with it, Marcus concludes, then we should recognize sentimental citizens as the only citizens really capable of exercising political judgment and of putting their decisions into action.

August 2002
The Encyclopedia of Drawing Techniques Hazel Harrison

July 2004
The Silver Hoard Rex Ellingwood Beach

December 31, 2005
The Devils Tourniquet Paul Melia

February 16, 2004
The Ten Commandments Morgan, G. Campbell

March 1999
The Supreme Court Review, 1992 (Supreme Court Review) Dennis J. Hutchinson

July 1, 1993
The Quarreling Book (Charlotte Zolotow Book) Charlotte Zolotow

August 1963
The Life of George Stephenson Samuel Smiles

June 1, 2006
The Wee Book Of Edinburgh Jan-Andrew Henderson

October 2004
The Aborigines of Western Australia [EasyRead Large Edition] Albert Frederick Calvert

October 1, 2006
The Works of Alexander Hamilton Henry Cabot Lodge

January 30, 2005
The Parakeets of Brooklyn Poems Gerry LaFemina

November 1, 2004
The Misadventures of Jon Lee-Volume 1 Jon D. Parish

March 1, 2003
The Works of Lucian of Samosata Lucian of Samosata

November 2003
Tarzan Edgar Rice Burroughs

October 1993
THE KILLER WORE A RED HAT BETTY, ORLEMANN

November 20, 2006
The Ugly Face of Power And Masks of Deception Robert M. Watkins

January 1994
The Old Man & the Sea Study Guide Calvin Roso

August 1, 2000
The Valkyries The Women Around Jung Maggy Anthony

October 1991
Tropical Fish Getting Started Mary E. Sweeney

March 1994
The Original Rebate & Mail Order Tracker Roger I. Goff

July 1, 2001
Tinys Big Wish (Growing Pains) Gill Davies

March 2002
Through the Hitler Line Memoirs of an Infantry Chaplain (LW) MC, Laurence F. Wilmot

November 1, 2003
The Life of Stonewall Jackson Library Edition Mary L. Williamson

May 2002
The Vikings (Look into the Past) Jason Hook

August 31, 1995
The Trampling of the Lilies Rafael Sabatini

July 2001
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