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The conception of God. A philosophical discussion concerning the nature of the divine idea as a demonstrable reality,

Author: Josiah Royce; Joseph LeConte; George Holmes Howison; Sidney Edward Mezes
Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Company; London, Macmillan & Co., Ltd., 1897.
Series: Publications of the Philosophical Union of the University of California, v. 1.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The U.S.-Mexico border region is home to anthropologist Carlos Velez-Ibanez. Into these pages he pours nearly half a century of searching and finding answers to the Mexican experience in the southwestern United States. He describes and analyzes the process, as generation upon generation of Mexicans moved north and attempted to create an identity or "sense of cultural space and place." In today's border fences he  Read more...
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Conception of God.
New York, Macmillan, 1898
(OCoLC)608934001
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Josiah Royce; Joseph LeConte; George Holmes Howison; Sidney Edward Mezes
OCLC Number: 1149786
Description: xxxviii, 354 pages 20 cm.
Contents: The conception of God / Josiah Royce --
Worth and goodness as marks of the Absolute / by Sidney Edward Mezes --
God, and connected problems, in the light of evolution / by Joseph Le Conte --
The city of God, and the true God as its head / by G.H. Howison --
The Absolute and the individual / Royce.
Series Title: Publications of the Philosophical Union of the University of California, v. 1.
Responsibility: by Josiah Royce, Joseph Le Conte and G.H. Howison, and Sidney Edward Mezes.

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"The U.S.-Mexico border region is home to anthropologist Carlos Velez-Ibanez. Into these pages he pours nearly half a century of searching and finding answers to the Mexican experience in the southwestern United States. He describes and analyzes the process, as generation upon generation of Mexicans moved north and attempted to create an identity or "sense of cultural space and place." In today's border fences he also sees barriers to how Mexicans understand themselves and how they are fundamentally understood." "From prehistory to the present, Velez-Ibanez traces the intense "bumping" among Native Americans, Spaniards, and Mexicans, as Mesoamerican population and ideas moved northward. He demonstrates how "cultural glue" is constantly replenished through strong family ties that reach across both sides of the border. The author describes ways in which Mexicans have resisted and accommodated the dominant culture by creating communities and by forming labor unions, voluntary associations, and cultural movements. He analyzes "the distribution of sadness," or overrepresenation of Mexicans in poverty, crime, illnes, and war, and shows how that sadness is balanced by creative expressions of literature and art, especially mural art, in the ongoing search for space and place." "Here is a book for the nineties and beyond, a book the relates to NAFTA, to complex questions of immigration, and to the expanding population of Mexicans in the U.S.-Mexico border region and other parts of the country. An important new volume for social science, humanities, and Latin American scholars, Border Visions will also attract general readers for its robust narrative and autobiographical edge. For all readers, the book points to new ways of seeing borders, whether they are visible walls of brick and stone or less visible, infinitely more powerful barriers of the mind."--BOOK JACKET.

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