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John Baptist de La Salle
Jean Baptiste De La Salle
Mar 2004
Book Description
This volume in the Classics of Western Spirituality makes available to a broad readership a selection of the core writings of John Baptist de La Salle (1651-1719), a French priest and educator who changed the face of education in his time and whose reforms continue to influence the ways we educate our children today. Born to a wealthy family, de La Salle turned his attention early on to the education of the poor and the marginalized and, at the same time, unwittingly founded a new type of religious community: Brothers who were teachers and active religious. Through his dedication to the vocation of teaching, de La Salle instituted several procedures that are still in practice in public and parochial institutions. --student cooperative learning --tuition-free attendance --involvement of parents --student service and...

Phaedra, by Racine
Jean Baptiste Racine
Sept 1987
Book Description
Phaedra is consumed with passion for Hippolytus, her stepson. Believing her husband dead, she confesses her love to him and is rebuffed. When her husband returns alive, Phaedra convinces him that it was Hippolytus who attempted to seduce her. In his interpretation, Racine replaced the stylized tragedy with human-scale characters and actions. Introduction by Richard Wilbur.

Republicanism and the French Revolution ' Anintellectual History of Jean-Baptiste Say's Political Economy '
Richard Whatmore
Jan 2001
Book Description
This book provides a new interpretation of political thought and political economy in France from the death of Louis XVI to the July revolution of 1830. The clash between modern republicanism and other theories of governing societies is the background to a thorough interpretation of the life
and writings of Jean-Baptiste Say, the most famous political economist of the post-revolutionary era.

Jean-Baptiste Carpeux
Anne Middleton Wagner
Sept 1990
From Library Journal
French sculptor Carpeaux is perhaps best known, on the one hand, for his joyously erotic group of "The Dance" done for the Paris Opera in the second half of the 1860s and, on the other hand, for the powerfully anguished group of "Ugolino and His Sons," completed in 1861. These and the other works that make up his richly complex oeuvre are discussed in Wagner's monograph, the most substantial and approachable treatment in many decades of the artist's work, life, and his social, political, and cultural milieu. Recommended for academic art history collections as well as for museum libraries. Jeffrey Weidman, Oberlin Coll. Libs., OhioCopyright 1986 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

Pierre Rosenberg
Apr 2000
Book Review
Pierre Rosenberg, the Chardin scholar and President-Director of the Musée du Louvre, had one overriding goal in mind when assembling the exhibition of which Chardin is the catalog: "to present the artist's finest paintings, the most perfect, the most harmonious, the paintings that leave nothing to be desired." The 99 paintings reproduced in this book are a testimony to the success of that endeavor. There are also six essays by Chardin experts and an extensively researched chronology.

Chardin's still lifes and genre scenes have been deeply appreciated for centuries for what Rosenberg calls "the grave, silent quality that encourages the onlooker to silent reverie." He is incapable of untruth: his subjects--jugs and bowls, glasses, cherries, housemaids, boys at play, dogs and cats--are painted without a touch of...

Convex Analysis and Minimization Algorithms I
Jean-Baptiste Hiriart-Urruty
Nov 1993
Book Description
Convex Analysis may be considered as a refinement of standard calculus, with equalities and approximations replaced by inequalities. As such, it can easily be integrated into a graduate study curriculum. Minimization algorithms, more specifically those adapted to non-differentiable functions, provide an immediate application of convex analysis to various fields related to optimization and operations research. These two topics making up the title of the book, reflect the two origins of the authors, who belong respectively to the academic world and to that of applications. Part I can be used as an introductory textbook (as a basis for courses, or for self-study); Part II continues this at a higher technical level and is addressed more to specialists, collecting results that so far have not appeared in books.

Models for Energy Policy
J. Lesourd
Dec 1995
Book Description
Energy Policy is a key area in each of the world's economies and the oil shocks of the 1970's empasized how important energy had become. Models for Energy Policy analyzes a range of models of energy use. In recent recent years a growing awareness of environomental issues has had a major impact on perceptions of energy use as growing numbers of people express concern at the relationship betweem energy and the greenhouse effect, acid rain and the depletion of the ozone layer.This has created a demand for more and better models of energy.

Models for Energy Policy covers short, medium and long term forecasting, regional, national and international impacts and environmental issues. It also covers models of individual sources of energy and the energy sector as a whole as...

Jean Baptiste Say
John Cunningham Wood
Aug 2000
Book Description
This collection reprints the major scholarly articles on Jean-Baptiste Say (1767-1832), inventor of Say's Law, one of the cornerstones of classical economics.

Social Economics of Jean-Baptiste Say
Evelyn L. Forget
Nov 1999
...fine book....Well written and subtly argued, this book could profitably be assigned to students in any upper-level or graduate courses dealing with the intellectual or economic history of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences

Book Description
Jean-Baptiste Say was one of the most influential and colorful figures of classical economics. This book analyzes Say's economics, using archival and published sources to place him in context, at the confluence of several major currents in social philosophy. It includes the only full English translation of Say's utopian novel, Olbie.

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Jean-Baptiste Say and the Classical Canon in Economics
Samuel Hollander
Feb 2005
Book Description
This book explores the perceived paradigmatic conflict within British classical economics between the so called "Ricardo School" and the contemporary French Economics of Jean-Baptiste Say.

Samuel Hollander provides the reader with extensive evidence, utilizing all editions of Say's main texts and his lesser-known writings, in order to demonstrate Say's adherence to much of Ricardian theory. The book focuses on selected doctrinal issues and the surrounding debates including:

* Value and distribution with extension to growth theory
* Real income and its measurement with implications for trade and taxation
* "Law of Markets"

This intriguing book will interest all serious historians of economic thought and will find a place on the bookshelves of many economists across the world.

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