Delta Green: Through a Glass Darkly

Through a Glass Darkly: The Social Sciences Look at the Neoliberal University  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Jan. 18, 2017
Through a Glass Darkly: The Social Sciences Look at the Neoliberal University

Through a Glass Darkly: The Social Sciences Look at the Neoliberal University by Margaret Thornton
English | July 2, 2015 | ISBN: 1925022137 | 356 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

This collection of essays arose from a workshop held in Canberra in 2013 under the auspices of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia to consider the impact of the encroachment of the market on public universities. While the UK tripled fees in 2013 and determined that the teaching of the social sciences and the humanities would no longer be publicly funded, it was feared that Australia would go further and deregulate fees altogether.
The Internal World of the Juvenile Sex Offender: Through a Glass Darkly then Face to Face

The Internal World of the Juvenile Sex Offender: Through a Glass Darkly then Face to Face (Forensic Psychotherapy Monograph Series) by Timothy Keogh
2012 | ISBN: 1855758628 | English | 256 pages | PDF | 0.8 MB

Through a Glass Darkly: American Views of the Chinese Revolution (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at Nov. 12, 2014
Through a Glass Darkly: American Views of the Chinese Revolution (Repost)

William Hinton, "Through a Glass Darkly: American Views of the Chinese Revolution"
2006 | pages: 284 | ISBN: 1583671420, 1583671412 | PDF | 67,3 mb
Through a Glass, Darkly: Blurred Images of Cultural Tradition and Modernity over Distance and Time

Through a Glass, Darkly: Blurred Images of Cultural Tradition and Modernity over Distance and Time (International Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology) by Wilhelmus Antonius Arts
Brill Academic Pub | December 1, 1999 | English | ISBN: 9004115978 | 93 pages | PDF | 7 MB

In today's European arts and sciences most of the time we see not only other, but also our own cultural traditions and the different forms of modernity like a dim image in a mirror. The question this book addresses is whether it is possible to get an almost face-to-face intimacy with various forms of cultural tradition and modernity by using our experiences and our powers of imagination, i.e. our expectations, in a more fruitful way.
Såsom i en spegel / Through a Glass Darkly (1961) [The Criterion Collection]

Såsom i en spegel / Through a Glass Darkly (1961) [The Criterion Collection]
DVDRip | MKV/AVC x264 ~1828 kbps avg | 1Hr 29Mins | 29.970 fps | 672x480 | 1.27 GB
Audio: Swedish | AC3 1 Ch 192 Kbps | Subtitles: English
Genre: Drama | Director: Ingmar Bergman

A young woman, Karin, has recently returned to the family island after spending some time in a mental hospital. On the island with her is her lonely brother and kind, but increasingly desperate husband ('Max von Sydow'). They are joined by Karin's father ('Gunnar Björnstrand'), who is a world-traveling author that is estranged to his children. The film depicts how Karin's grip on reality slowly slips away and how the bonds between the family members are changing in light of this fact.

Donna Leon - Through a Glass Darkly  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by thingska at Feb. 28, 2013
Donna Leon - Through a Glass Darkly

Donna Leon - Through a Glass Darkly
Time: 08:40:00 | Publisher: Random House Audio | ASIN: B007TLBJXU | 12 April 2012
Language: English | Audiobook in MP3 / 64 kbps | ~240 MB

A luminous spring day in Venice, and Commissario Brunetti and his sidekick Vianello play hooky from the Questura along the Grand Canal to rescue Vianello's friend Marco, who has been arrested during an environmental protest. They get him released, only to be faced by the fury of the man's father-in-law, who owns a glass factory on Murano. The old man is seething with rage, and his daughter shares her fear with Brunetti that he will actually hurt her husband. But it is not Marco who has uncovered the guilty secret of the glass foundries, nor he whose body is found lying in front of the furnaces which burn at 1400 degrees C. night and day…

Through a Glass Darkly: American Views of the Chinese Revolution  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by DZ123 at Feb. 27, 2010
Through a Glass Darkly: American Views of the Chinese Revolution

Through a Glass Darkly: American Views of the Chinese Revolution
Publisher: Monthly Review Press | ISBN: 1583671412 | edition 2006 | PDF | 287 pages | 67,4 mb

Through a Glass Darkly was William Hinton's last book. It draws on a lifetime of immersion in Chinese politics and society, beginning with the seven years he spent in China, working mainly in agriculture and land reform, until 1953. On his return to the United States in that year, Hinton first encountered the distortions and misrepresentations of the Chinese Revolution that he examines in this book.

Sasom i en spegel [Through a Glass Darkly] (1961) - Ingmar Bergman  Video

Posted by veteandy at April 10, 2009
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Sasom i en spegel [Through a Glass Darkly] (1961) - Ingmar Bergman
DVDrip | Swedish | Subtitle: english, spanish, french, german (srt) | 1h29 | 704 x 528 | PAL (23fps) | XviD | MP3 @ 128kbps | 716 MB
Genre: Drama

24 hours in the life of a family's summer Holiday on an isolated island in the Baltic.

Through a Glass Darkly (Såsom i en spegel) is a three-act “chamber film" (so named for their analogy to chamber music), in which four family members act as mirrors for each other. Originally titled "The Wallpaper," this movie is the first part in a film trilogy, the start to a new direction taken by the director. It is the first of many Bergman films to be shot on the island of Fårö.

Through a Glass Darkly: Essays in the Religious Imagination  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Saunt at April 1, 2009
Through a Glass Darkly: Essays in the Religious Imagination

Through a Glass Darkly: Essays in the Religious Imagination
Publisher: Fordham University Press | ISBN: 0823216373 | edition 1996 | CHM | 299 pages | 1,3 mb

Through A Glass Darkly is a compilation of essays showing diversity and variation in the religious imagination. By examining the works of philosophers, theologians, and novelists, the essayists seek to answer the question Jesus posed to his disciples "who do you say that I am" and to anticipate the equally contentious query: "how do you say I am?" The essays explore the religious imagination through the question of transcendence (how the presence of God becomes the absence of God) using both the age-old Christian imagination and the contemporary world wherein the division between religious cultures are less fixed, an age of imaginative permeability where the absence of God is as present as the presence of God. Through A Glass Darkly is an important contribution to Christian dialogues on the nature of God in the world.
Ingmar Bergman-Såsom i en spegel ('Through a Glass Darkly') (1961)

Ingmar Bergman-Såsom i en spegel ('Through a Glass Darkly') (1961)
731.1 MB | 1:29:56 | Swedish with Eng.+Tur. s/t | XviD, 1020 Kb/s | 592x448

While vacationing on a remote island retreat, a family’s already fragile ties are tested when daughter Karin (Harriet Andersson) discovers her father has been using her schizophrenia for his own literary means. As she drifts in and out of lucidity, the father (Gunnar Björnstrand), along with Karin’s husband (Max von Sydow) and her younger brother (Lars Passgård) are unable to prevent Karin’s harrowing descent into the abyss of mental illness. Winner of the 1962 Academy Award® for Best Foreign Language Film and featuring an astonishing lead performance by Andersson, Through a Glass Darkly presents an unflinching vision of a family’s near-disintegration and a tortured psyche further taunted by God’s intangible presence.