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THEORIZING EMOTIONS: A BRIEF STUDY OF
PSYCHOLOGICAL, PHILOSOPHICAL, AND CULTURAL
ASPECTS OF HUMAN EMOTIONS

Lukasz Andrzej Glinka, Poland
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-95-7; 104 pages, softback, 2013; £22.00/$35.00
This book presents the concise review of the psychological, philosophical, and cultural foundations for consistent theo-
rizing emotions. The various aspects of the subject, based on the research literature, are compared and conclusions are
presented.





ARYAN UNCONSCIOUS: ARCHETYPE OF DISCRIMINATION,

HISTORY & POLITICS
Lukasz Andrzej Glinka, Poland
ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-59-9; 310 pages, hardback, June 2014; £50.00/$95.00
Joining the spirit of analytical psychology, a psychoanalytic method investigated by C.G. Jung, and the arguments of his-
tory, language, literature, philosophy, sociology, and theology, this book presents the archetype of discrimination. Both the
historical state of affairs, particularly the recent emergence of cultural, military, and political conlicts, and the prehistoric
aspects such like Ouroboros and Swastika, the archaeological artifacts of the Antiquity, are explored. An insightful and
overwhelming critique of the modern Western world, wherein the essence has been displayed by both Europe and the
United States of America, academia and monotheistic religions, the propagators of racialism in both an individual human
psyche and the collective unconscious, is transparently demonstrated. The aesthetics of this discourse is constituted by the
Aryan myth, a central endeavour of the twentieth-century philosophers and politicians, which aims at theorizing human
races.


NATURAL RESOURCES AND TECHNOLOGIES IN

Natural resources
aNd EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES: EDUCATION IN TIMES OF
techNologies iN
educatioNal
activities
educatioN iN times of accelerated ACCELERATED TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
techNological developmeNt
X 3 Edited by V.L. Popov, Berlin University of Technology
A plan B
idea action ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-86-5; approx. 180 pages, hardback, July 2014; £55.00/$90.00
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0 X 2
X 1 This book is concerned with philosophical and physiological aspects of educational activities in the times of a global crisis
Edited by V.L. Popov
that has three aspects: (1) a civilisation crisis caused by accelerated technological development, (2) a biosphere-ecological
crisis, and (3) the crisis of anthropocentric world view.
The authors believe that to meet the educational challenges of the future it is necessary to take a systematic and scientii-
cally grounded approach to teaching. In our book we present neurological and physiological indings that are relevant to
understanding the process of learning, its limitations, and the contexts in which learning proceeds quickly, or grinds to
a halt. Various types of learning and the associated physiological responses are presented, and the consequences for the
design of learning programs and environments are discussed.
FEMTOSECOND ATMOSPHERIC OPTICS
Edited by S.N. Bagaev and G.G. Matvienko, Russia
LATE ISBN-13: 978-1-907343-85-8; approx. 400 pages, hardback, September 2014; £90.00/$150.00
ADDITION The monograph is devoted to a new scientiic direction in the atmospheric optics. The experimental and theoretical studies
on the establishment modern laser systems generating terawatt femtosecond pulses level, and their use in meteorology,
atmospheric optics and hydrooptics are discussed. The book contains extensive material, based on modern approaches
and new ideas at studying the interaction of femtosecond radiation with an atmospheric environment, taking into account
not only the effects of linear and nonlinear optics but also manifestations of the dependence of the optical properties of
the atmosphere on the duration of ultrashort pulses. The formation of ilaments and the generation of luminescence in
supercontinuous propagation of terrawatt femtosecond laser beams through the atmosphere is outlined.



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