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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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Edmund Burke, "Speech on Conciliation with the Colonies," The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, II (John C.
But in The Intellectual Life of Edmund Burke, Bromwich has little use for this recent scholarship.
In this essay I will throw new light on Xa relatively neglected aspect of Edmund Burkes (1730-97) economic thought.
After Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown and peace negotiations began, Trumbull's friends Edmund Burke, Benjamin West, and John Copley intervened on his behalf and won his release.
The greater an object's size, according to Edmund Burke, the more violently it excites the retina: Thus giant objects give rise to perceptions of the sublime.
Speakers include former FDA attorney, Stephen McNamara, Stephen DeFelice, MD, Edmund Burke, PhD - University of Colorado, Carl Germano RD, CNS, LDN, - NUTRATECH, Ivo Pischel, PhD - SKW Natures Products - Traco Labs, AMWAY, Nutralite, BIOENERGY, Healthnet International, FitnessHeaven.
It is an interesting coincidence that the 200th anniversary of the death of Edmund Burke (who first popularly postulated the sublime in art) will coincide with the opening year of the Centre in 1997.
For example, Edmund Burke, the benchmark philosopher of English-speaking conservatism, would have been horrified at the very idea of creative destruction.
And he calls in aid from Adam Smith and Edmund Burke.
Edmund Burke, Professor of Exercise Physiology, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs; Terry Crawford, Head Men's and Women's Track Coach, California State, San Luis Obispo Jeff Galloway, past Olympian and President of Galloway Productions; Clyde Hart, Head Track Coach, Baylor University; Dr.
Discussion encompasses Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, Muslim women, and freethinking feminism; Edmund Burke, India, and the Warren Hastings trial; the colonial politics of Walter Savage Landor's Gebir; and Mary Shelley's The Last Man, among other topics.
Edmund Burke for Our Time: Moral Imagination, Meaning, and Politics, William F.