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Doing The Best We Can


Author : Fred Feldman
language : en
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2012-12-06



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Several years ago I came across a marvelous little paper in which Hector-Neri Castaneda shows that standard versions of act utilitarian l ism are formally incoherent. I was intrigued by his argument. It had long seemed to me that I had a firm grasp on act utilitarianism. Indeed, it had often seemed to me that it was the clearest and most attractive of normative theories. Yet here was a simple and relatively uncontrover sial argument that showed, with only some trivial assumptions, that the doctrine is virtually unintelligible. The gist of Castaneda's argument is this: suppose we understand act utilitarianism to be the view that an act is obligatory if and only if its utility exceeds that of each alternative. Suppose it is obligatory for a certain person to perform an act with two parts - we can call it 'A & B'. Then, obviously enough, it is also obligatory for this person to perform the parts, A and B. If act utilitarianism were true, we appar ently could infer that the utility of A & B is higher than that of A, and higher than that of B (because A & B is obligatory, and the other acts are alternatives to A & B).

Good Enough Now


Author : Jessica Pettitt
language : en
Publisher: Sound Wisdom
Release Date : 2017-07-10



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Sitting around pointing fingers and waiting for change to appear on the horizon—has it ever worked for you? Do you feel imbalance between who you are and who you think you should be? Do you see fulfillment, better relationships, and stronger teamwork as something to work for, but not possible now? In her breakthrough message, author and speaker Jessica Pettitt reveals the truth about how we can be the best versions of ourselves now! By being our authentic selves, we can immediately improve our companies, relationships, and communities. Good Enough Now is an innovative and practical guide to ridding yourself of self-doubt, self-limiting beliefs, and habitual excuses through: Being true to yourself Building on your strengths Supporting others in their strengths Building better teams Serving others Read this revolutionary book and discover that you already have what is necessary to begin shifting the paradigm!

Doing The Best I Can


Author : Kathryn Edin
language : en
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Release Date : 2013-06-01



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Examines the shifting paradigm of unmarried fatherhood in inner cities in the United States, citing how economic and cultural changes have transformed the meaning of fatherhood among the urban poor.

Just Doing The Best That We Can


Author : Katherine M. Poulsen
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2005



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We Can T Stay Together For The Dogs


Author : Jennifer Keene
language : en
Publisher: TFH Publications
Release Date : 2008



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Two huge trends are colliding, and We Can't Stay Together for the Dogs aims to soften the blow: The divorce rate continues to hover at around 50 percent, and marriages ending within the first five years often have dogs, not children; and statistics show that dog ownership is at around 43 percent nationwide. This breakup guide for dogs and their humans explains how to choose dog-friendly solutions and make compromises during a split. By integrating training tips, success stories, expert opinions, checklists, and a bit of humor, this self-help guide shows that breakups can be dog-friendly. As the first book on the subject of dogs and splitting up, it features simple step-by-step directions and offers a dog-centric point of view. Figuring out who gets the dog and whether to have joint custody, split the pack, have sole custody with visitation, or place the dog with a new family is only one of the many decisions couples face. Sections on deceptively simple subjects like housing, finances, training, food, and grooming make the transition into the new lifestyle much smoother. Quizzes and checklists are provided to help determine the need for additional assistance, and the book also offers resources to find professional help. Whether you are going through a divorce, ending a long-term relationship, or splitting with a partner, We Can't Stay Together for the Dogs can help you. Dogs are family members who have no say in the breakup process, so dedicated pet parents need to learn to be their dogs' own advocate and respect the unique human-canine bond.

100 Most Asked Questions About The Bible


Author : Pastor James R. Reese Jr.
language : en
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Release Date : 2011-10-12



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Whether you are just beginning your Personal Walk with God or have been on this highly significant journey for years, there are always questions that may not be discernable due to the living, growing, complex nature of the message of God’s Word; the Bible. Readers of this “God-breathed” Word often get distracted from its central theme; to know Jesus the Christ, by issues pertaining to the people, the situations, the rituals, the doctrines, and the stories they have heard, and maybe not read, which have been handed down for generations. This book is a collection of real questions asked by everyday people, Christians and those seeking to be Christians, on subjects ranging from “Jonah and the Whale” and “How to become a Christian”, to the actual validity of the Bible itself. The answers were broadcast on a weekly radio show by Pastor James R. Reese Jr. who’s Pastoral career spanned well over 60 years. It is an excellent source to accompany any Bible Study or just to pick up and begin reading. The first draft of this book was taken from the actual recordings of his broadcasts which took place in several different states over a time period of 50 years. The manuscript was first typed by Pastor James R. Reese Jr. himself on a now considered antique manual typewriter. It was then carried around in a box for many more years. At the urging of Pastor James R. Reese Jr.’s son, Pastor Scott Reese, the box was finally opened and its contents put on a computer file in 2003. The final editing began in 2010 and was completed in May of 2011 for presentation to the publisher. This book contains a wealth of information and knowledge inspired by a man who let his light shine “...before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven” (Matthew 5:16). The completion of this book has been a labor of love for all of us involved and we pray that you will follow Pastor James R. Reese’s light and let your own light shine.

New Thought Common Sense And What Life Means To Me


Author : Ella Wheeler Wilcox
language : en
Publisher: Seed of Life Publishing
Release Date : 2009-01-14



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New Thought Common Sense & What Life Means to Me by Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Originally published in 1908. Edited by Rev. Lux Newman & Phineas Parkhurst Quimby Philosophical Society, 2008. Inspirational reading. The philosophy of New Thought is not new; it has not one original idea, but is a simplified and practical form of a very ponderous and wonderful religion. It makes an application to the everyday needs of modern life, of principles and ideas, which the ancients used only for the few who chose the life of adepts.