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Burke, Mary Lermann

a nursing theorist who, with Georgene Gaskill Eakes and Margaret A. Hainsworth, developed the Theory of Chronic Sorrow to describe the ongoing feelings of loss that arise from illness, debilitation, or death.
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An Imaginative Whig does what it sets out to do: it re-examines the life and thought of Edmund Burke.
Edmund Burke for Our Time advances an effort engaged in by some conservative writers to position the conservative tradition as a postmodern reaction to the end of Enlightenment modernity.
Edmund Burke was a major figure in eighteenth-century European politics.
WELL LIT: Edmund Burke, Oscar Wilde & Jane Austin
A historian, Bromwich looks not only at contemporary situations but historical ones, such as Edmund Burke and Richard Price's attempt to figure out what patriotism meant during the French Revolution, and Abraham Lincoln's approach to the issue of slavery in the US.
The author looks at the ideas of classical progenitors of both positions including Locke, Mill, and John Dewey on the liberal side, and Edmund Burke, David Hume, and Andrew Sullivan on the conservative side.
Declan said: "I thought it was Edmund Burke but I phoned a friend who said he thought the answer was Thomas Davis.
Edmund Burke once wrote, ``All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.
Declan said yesterday: "I thought it was Edmund Burke but I phoned a friend who said he thought the answer was Thomas Davis.
Someone else is caught in the slow lane, behind a 16-wheeler going up the Santa Susana Pass, just as Edmund Burke begins his reflections on the revolution in France.
They discuss early theories of the sublime from the Roman Pseudo-Longinus through Edmund Burke, Kant and Nietzsche, among others.
The price of liberty,'' as Edmund Burke reminded us, ``is eternal vigilance.