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Belief, Doubt, and Fanaticism : Is It Essential to Have Something to Believe In? (Osho Life Essentials): Osho (COR): BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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Belief, Doubt, and Fanaticism : Is It Essential to Have Something to Believe In? (Osho Life Essentials)
Belief, Doubt, and Fanaticism : Is It Essential to Have Something to Believe In? (Osho Life Essentials)
Publisher : Griffin
Published Date : 2012/04
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780312595487

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Book Description
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A37384000 A10253600
Place of Publication: United States
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Review:
Baker & Taylor Forecast - March 2012
Phoenix Public Library Holdings (Internal Code for CLS)
Baker and Taylor Meditations Spring 2012

In "Belief, Doubt, and Fanaticism", Osho brings his unique and often surprising perspective to the religious, political, social and economic forces that drive people into opposing camps, fanatical groups, and belief systems that depend on seeing every "other" as the "enemy." As always, the focus is first and foremost on the individual psyche and consciousness, to identify the root causes and hidden demons of our human need to belong and have something to "believe in."companion Gemma on an incredible journey beyond the edges of imagination. What follows is a maelstrom of profound events that draws in the main characters and Erin, the only local who has any experience of the forest's supernatural inhabitants. Another profound and unexpected work of imaginative fiction from Michael Liddy, Behind Two Voices combines real characters with an unfettered vision of the possible secrets of the universe.habitats.

Contents
Preface. Dedicationmemoriam. T. Frost - In memoriam. Part I: Autecology and Population Ecology. Review paper: Dormancy patterns in rotifers; C. Ricci. Recipes for successful anhydrobiosis in bdelloid rotifers; M. Caprioli, C. Ricci. Spine development in Brachionus quadridentatus from an Australian billabong: genetic variation and induction by Asplanchna; J.J. Gilbert. The relationship between Trichocerca pusilla (Jennings), Aulacoseira spp. and water temperature in Loch Leven, Scotland, U.K.; L. May. Swimming speed and Reynolds numbers of eleven freshwater rotifer species; G.E. Santos-Medrano, et al. Density-dependent regulation of natural and laboratory rotifer populations; T.W. Snell, et al. Part II: Reproduction and Life History. Variability for mixis initiation in Brachionus plicatilis; E. Aparici, et al. Parasites in rotifers from the Volga delta; A.K. Gorbunov, A.A. Kosova. Use of microparticulate markers in examination of rotifer physiology: Results and prospects; N. Lindemann, et al. Population growth of Lepadella patella (Muller, 1786) under different algal (Chlorella vulgaris) densities and in association with Philodina roseola Ehrenberg, 1832; S. Nandini, S.S.S. Sarma. Egg size and offspring fitness in a bdelloid rotifer; N. Santo, et al. Life table demography and population growth of Brachionus variabilis Hempel, 1896 in relation to Chlorella vulgaris densities; S.S.S. Sarma, S. Nandini. Life cycle patterns of rotifers in Lake Peipsi; T. Virro. Life history characteristics of three types of females in Brachionus calyciflorus Pallas (Rotifera) fed different algae; Y.-L. Xi, et al. Why do rotifer populations present a typical sigmoid growth curve?; T. Yoshinaga, et al. Part III: Trophic relations and interspecific interactions. Grazing by a dominant rotifer Conochilus unicornis Rousselet in a mountain lake: in situ measurements with synthetic microspheres; X. Armengol, et al. Observations of insect predation on rotifers; S.E. Hampton, J.J. Gilbert. The effect of bacteria on interspecific relationships between the euryhaline rotifer Brachionus rotundiformis and the harpacticoid copepod Tigriopus japonicus; M.-M. Jung, A, Hagiwara. Bed and Breakfast: the parasitic life of Proales werneckii (Ploimida: Proalidae) within the alga Vaucheria (Xanthophyceae: Vaucheriales); R.L. Wallace, et al. Part IV: Ecosystem Ecology. Review paper: The Ecology of Periphytic Rotifers; I.C. Duggan. The psammic rotifer structure in three Lobelian Polish lakes differing in pH; I. Bielanska-Grajner. Distribution of rotifers in North Island, New Zealand, and their potential use as bioindicators of lake trophic state; I.C. Duggan, et al. Urban rotifers: structure and densities of rotifer communities in water bodies of the Poznan agglomeration area (Western Poland); J. Ejsmont-Karabin, N.Kuczynska-Kippen. Rotifer distributions in the coastal waters of the northeast Pacific Ocean; S.C. Fradkin. Species diversity and dominance in the planktonic rotifer community of the Pripyat River in the Chernobyl region (1988-1996); G.A. Galkovskaya, D.V. Molotkov. Variability and instability of planktonic rotifer associations in Lesotho, southern Africa; J. Green. Diurnal vertical distribution of rotifers (Rotifera) in the Chara zone of Budzynskie Lake, Poland, N. Kuczynska-Kippen. Mesocosms -- an asset to rotifer biodiversity assessment? J.M. Langley, et al. Increase of rotifer diversity after sewage diversion in the hypertrophic lagoon, Albufera of Valencia, Spain; R. Oltra, et al. Ecological structure of psammic rotifers in the ecotonal zone of Lake Piaseczno (Eastern Poland); S. Radwan, I.Bielanska-Grajner. Lake characteristics influence recovery of microplankton in arctic LTER lakes following experimental fertilization; P.A. Rublee, N.D. Bettez. Part V: Morphology, Taxonomy, and Biogeography. Review paper: Zoogeography of the Southeast Asian Rotifera; H. Segers. Rotifera from Burundi: The Lepadellidae (Rotifera: Monogononta); D. Baribwegure, H. Segers. The rotifer fauna of peat-swamps in Southern Thailand; S. Chittapun, P. Pholpunthin. Freshwater Rotifera from plankton of the Kerguelen Islands (Subantarctica); W.H. De Smet. Rotifers in saline waters from Disko Island, West Greenland; P. Funch, M.V. Sorensen. Reproductive isolation among geographically and temporally isolated marine Brachionus strains; T. Kotani, et al. Rhinoglena frontalis (Rotifera, Monogononta): A scanning electron microscopic study; G. Melone. The rotifer fauna of Lake Kud-Thing, a shallow lake in Nong Khai Province, northeast Thailand; L. Sanoamuang, S. Savatenalinton. Biodiversity of Rotifera in some tropical floodplain lakes of the Brahmaputra River basin, Assam (N.E. India); B.K. Sharma, S. Sharma. Part VI: Genetics and Evolution. Review paper: Early contributions of molecular phylogenetics to understanding the evolution of Rotifera; D.B.M. Welch. The approach to equilibrium of multilocus genotype diversity under clonal selection and cyclical parthenogenesis; C.E. King, J. Schonfeld. A survey of introns in three genes of rotifers; D.B.M. Welch, M. Meselson. Part VII: Aquaculture and Ecotoxicology. Review paper: Biotechnology and Aquaculture of Rotifers; E. Lubzens, et al. Factors affecting low temperature preservation of the marine rotifer Brachionus rotundiformis Tschugunoff; M. Assavaaree, et al. Effect of unionized ammonia, viscosity and protozoan contamination on reproduction and enzyme activity of the rotifer Brachionus rotundiformis; A. Belem de Araujo, et al. High density culture of the freshwater rotifer, Brachionus calyciflorus; H.G. Park, et al. Acute toxicity tests on three species of the genus Lecane (Rotifera: Monogononta); I.A. Perez-Legaspi, R. Rico-Martinez. Studies on Brachionus (Rotifera): An example of interaction between fundamental and applied research; M. Yufera. Index.