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The Cognitive Developmental Psychology of James Mark Baldwin: Current Theory and Research in Genetic Epistemology
John M. Broughton
0893910430
January 1982
Hardcover
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Book Description
This is the first systematic analysis of Baldwin's genetic epistemology and its relation to the contemporary social sciences. It is prepared by ten psychologists, philosophers, and educators--including Piaget, Kholberg, and Campbell--from in-depth conceptual and empirical perspectives. This volume provides a comprehensive account of Baldwin's philosophical psychology, social and cognitive developmentalism, functionalism, symbolic interactionism, idealist aesthetics, and theoretical biology. Moreover, it provides the first bibliography and commentary of his work to appear in print.


Packing up for Paradise: Selected Poems, 1946-1996
James Broughton
1574230522
November 1997
Paperback
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From Kirkus Reviews
paper 1-57423-052-2 Fifty years of poetry is here distilled into one fat volume by the West Coast filmmaker best known for the avant-garde classic Loony Tom (1951). Wildly indiscriminate, Broughton clings to a grab-bag mysticism throughout his career, and, like his mentor, Blake, he celebrates innocence in childlike ditties and develops a self-referential mythology thats at times impenetrable. Deliberately archaic, and full of sing-song repetition, Broughtons fractured nursery rhymes and street jingles are, at best, the charming ephemera of a self-described amorist who later proclaims, I am Polly Morphus, as if we didnt know, what with endless verse extolling Nipples and Cocks, the joys of fellatio, and all his other pagan appetites (including an expert ode to the phallus). But Broughtons boho goofiness, while...


Packing up for Paradise: Selected Poems, 1946-1996
James Broughton
1574230530
November 1997
Hardcover
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From Kirkus Reviews
paper 1-57423-052-2 Fifty years of poetry is here distilled into one fat volume by the West Coast filmmaker best known for the avant-garde classic Loony Tom (1951). Wildly indiscriminate, Broughton clings to a grab-bag mysticism throughout his career, and, like his mentor, Blake, he celebrates innocence in childlike ditties and develops a self-referential mythology thats at times impenetrable. Deliberately archaic, and full of sing-song repetition, Broughtons fractured nursery rhymes and street jingles are, at best, the charming ephemera of a self-described amorist who later proclaims, I am Polly Morphus, as if we didnt know, what with endless verse extolling Nipples and Cocks, the joys of fellatio, and all his other pagan appetites (including an expert ode to the phallus). But Broughtons boho goofiness, while...


Men of Letters, Writing Lives: Masculinity and Literary Auto Biography in the Late-Victorian Period
Trev Lynn Broughton
0415082110
April 1999
Hardcover
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Choice - September 1999
"...Broughton offers insightful readings of Leslie Stephen and Thomas Carlyle...Recommended for all undergraduate and graduate libraries."

Review
".should provoke further impressive work.."
–Albion

"These auto/biographies by men...provide the test cases for Trev Lynn Broughton's important, intensely interesting exploration of male life-writing...Broughton's work enlarges our awareness of auto/biography and of the contsruction of masculinity...."
Biography

"Grounding his study in 19th-century autobiographical theory, Broughton offers insightful readings of Leslie Stephen and Thomas Carlyle... Recommended for all undergraduate and graduate libraries."
Coice, September 1999




Ecstasies: Poems, 1975-1983
James Broughton
096083723X
July 1983
Hardcover
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Graffiti for the Johns of Heaven
James Broughton
0960837213
June 1982
Paperback
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Moment of Forever
James Broughton
1413706215
March 2004
Paperback
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Praying with Dorothy Day
James Allaire
0932085946
September 2004
Paperback
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Travelers' Tales, Tibet: True Stories
James O'Reilly (Editor)
1885211767
November 2002
Paperback
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Book Description
Travelers' Tales Tibet is a collection of riveting tales from one of the most controversial and fascinating regions of the earth. Travel with world-renowned writers to this mythic land and enjoy a feast cooked by blowtorch on a high mountain pass, witness an ancient sky burial, rebuild an ancient monastery, make the pilgrimage to Mt. Kailash, work as an extra on a Chinese movie set, and visit the eternal home of the Dalai Lama, the Potala Palace. Travelers' Tales Tibet draws an unforgettable portrait of a magical country, its stunning culture, and unforgettable people. Contributors include His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Pico Iyer, Orville Schell, Fosco Maraini, Pamela Logan, Heinrich Harrer, and Alexandra David-Neel.

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