3 edition of The face of ambiguity found in the catalog.
The face of ambiguity
Gary D. Engle
Written in English
|Statement||by Gary Engle.|
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 50849 (P)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 219 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||89893271|
The authors have managed to present mathematics as a human endeavor by many timely excerpts from the diaries and correspondence of great mathematicians and scientists. These, as the rest of the book, are mostly a work of fiction, but succeed infallibly in endowing mathematics with a human face. The book is a delightful and informative read. Moving and enlightening, A Certain Ambiguity is a story about what it means to face the extent — and the limits — of human knowledge. Awards and Recognition Winner of the Award for Best Professional/Scholarly Book in Mathematics, Association of American Publishers.
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Although The Ethics of Ambiguity does not address any political or historical events directly, a number of important developments lurk in the background of de Beauvoir’s ethical concerns and serve as important examples for her writing on politics in the final section of the book. In , when the book was published, France was coping not only with the aftermath of World War Two—including. The Key to Finding New Opportunities in the Face of Ambiguity. We were on our way to a meeting when an unusual sign caught our eyes (see photo). While all of this ambiguity can lead to challenges, it can also lead to new opportunities – if you know where to look for them. Read Book Reviews.
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The Ambiguity. likes. Storytelling and sleepy sounds. The Ambiguity is Charlie Broderick and his attempt to create something ers: Doctorow’s The face of ambiguity book are a comfort in the face of ambiguity and uncertainty. But beyond describing the writing process, his analogy grasps at what much of our careers ask of us: to act cautiously.
Most people shy away from ambiguity. Leaders cannot afford to, because ambiguity is the raw material from which the future is generated.
Dave Wilkinson's Ambiguity Advantage is an important book because it reveals how we deceive and limit ourselves, and our organisations, by over-simplifying by: Faith in Ambiguity. likes. Life.
Children. Spirituality. Also ers: Seven Types of Ambiguity is a psychological thriller and a literary adventure of breathtaking scope. Celebrated as a novelist in the tradition of Jonathan Franzen and Philip Roth, Elliot Perlman writes of impulse and paralysis, empty marriages, lovers, gambling, and the stock market; of adult children and their parents; of poetry and prostitution, psychiatry and the law.4/5.
'I am the acceptable face of sexual ambiguity,' he says. 'I'm like a naughty schoolboy - I can get away with stuff, say stuff that's controversial. I giggle a lot and I'm foreign - which is a big Author: Adam Higginbotham. In ‘The Ethics of Ambiguity,’ Beauvoir begins with the realization of ambiguity of existence around human condition, explores how childhood nurture contributes to this condition, investigates how freedom should be asserted in the face of this ambiguity (through a hierarchy of men based on how they react to the ambiguity) and concludes why /5().
Effective leaders know that they are needed most in times of extreme change and ambiguity. They know how to make decisions based on the information available, how to adapt, and how to focus team members on “north star” elements.
Leaders Skilled in Thriving in Ambiguity & Change. Remain calm and steady in the face of uncertainty. Its the 5th video of Book Summary "How to Think Like Leonardo Da Vinchi" to become a genius.
In this video you'll learn how to face ambiguity and uncertainty properly. You have to. de Beauvoir forces the reader to come face to face with the absolute absurdity of the human condition, and then, proceeds to develop a dialectic of ambiguity that will enable the reader not to master the chaos, but to create with it.
This book will probably alter many well-rooted philosophical perceptions -- so, reader beware!Cited by: The Ethics of Ambiguity is the book that launched Simone de Beauvoir’s feminist and existential philosophy.
It remains a concise yet thorough examination of existence and what it means to be human. It remains a concise yet thorough examination of existence and what it means to be human/5(2).
The Night Face Up • The motor whirred between his legs, and a cool wind whipped his pantslegs. He let the ministries zip past (the pink, the white), and a series of stores on the main street, their windows flash ing.
Now he was beginning the most pleasant part of the run, the File Size: KB. Simone de Beauvoir, novelist, dramatist, and philosopher, was the most distinguished woman writer in modern France. A leading exponent of French existentialism, her work complements, though it is independent of, that of Jean-Paul Sartre.
In "The Ethics of Ambiguity," Madame de Beauvoir penetrates at once to the central ethical problems of modern man: what shall he do, how shall he go about Reviews: 1. Ambiguity is a type of meaning in which a phrase, statement or resolution is not explicitly defined, making several interpretations plausible.A common aspect of ambiguity is is thus an attribute of any idea or statement whose intended meaning cannot be definitively resolved according to a rule or process with a finite number of steps.
(The ambi-part of the term reflects an. It’s that he by far the most dimensional and intriguing character in the book.
He’s made of layers, each puzzling and unsolvable. He’s a challenge, and that interests me. It also frightens me that my favorite character is the villain. It’s time to face my moral ambiguity, I suppose. The characters are all stunningly well-devolved. Over the Rainbow Recommended Book List — American Library Association.
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We are all creatures of ambiguity, we all do wrong and right all the time. we need first to understand these “others” who have to face different circumstances.
In the book, we have to. So in honour of Semmelweis, I thought I’d share this excerpt from my book RESULTS: Think Less, Achieve More (© Jamie Smart, published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd). It’s about finding insight in the face of volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity.
Contents. The Ethics of Ambiguity consists of three parts and a short conclusion. Part I "Ambiguity and Freedom," lays out the philosophical underpinnings of de Beauvoir's stance on ethics. She asserts that "man" (meaning human beings generally) is fundamentally free, a freedom that comes from his "nothingness," which is an essential aspect of his ability to be self-aware, to be conscious of.
explores the joint problems of interpretation and coordination in the face of problems marked by moral ambiguity and practical uncertainty. The author draws on array of research from a wide array of social and cognitive sciences to examine the relationship between knowledge and cognition, on the one hand, and coordination of action, on the other.For de Beauvoir, the impulse to reject ambiguity is just as fundamental to the human condition as ambiguity itself.
This desire to reject ambiguity is a will for being, meaning an attempt to define oneself in terms of a single, unchanging essence, whether the soul or the body.(The soul, or inwardness, implies that ethics is about one’s intentions, motives, and principles, while the body, or.
Here are my 10 tips for dealing with ambiguity for today’s leaders. As you read these consider how well you perform against these. Suppress your urge to control things. People like to feel in control of their businesses.
Often, this results in stress when ambiguity enters the scene.