Energy Technology Choices

Author: États-Unis. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment

Publisher: DIANE Publishing



Page: 148

View: 150

Community development

Choices for Our Future

Author: Fraser Valley (B.C. : Regional district)



Category: Community development

Page: 45

View: 489

Technology & Engineering

Energizing Our Future

Author: John Wilson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 416

View: 715

This important new book presents a comprehensive review of practical alternative energy choices for the twenty-first century. It addresses three critical energy-related topics that are causing great confusion in public debate—global warming, the hydrogen economy, and nuclear power—and gives readers an opportunity to form a grounded, factually correct foundation for understanding the energy challenge and develop their own informed and actionable opinion.
City planning

Making Choices for Our Future

Author: Hong Kong Council for Sustainable Development



Category: City planning

Page: 32

View: 377


Facing the Future

Author: Nuel Belnap

Publisher: Oxford University Press


Category: Philosophy

Page: 520

View: 232

Here is an important new theory of human action, a theory that assumes actions are founded on choices made by agents who face an open future. It is a theory that makes indeterminism not only intelligible but illuminating. Tools from philosophy of language and philosophical logic help generate a full-scale account of agents "seeing to it that." The authors then proceed to clarify a variety of action-related topics such as determinism vs. indeterminism, imperatives, promises, strategies, joint agency, "could have done otherwise," deontic constructions, and assertions about a not yet settled future.
Social Science

Ending the Science Wars

Author: John D. Baldwin

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Social Science

Page: 184

View: 746

The "science wars" have been raging for decades, raising many questions about the power of science. Some critics claim that science, including social science, is "merely a social construction" that fallible humans have created with words and other symbols. If this is true, is science as formidable a source of knowledge as most scientists claim? Baldwin explains why the edifice of science has robust properties that make it one of the most useful forms of knowledge that humans have ever created, although it is not perfect. He trenchantly examines all sides of the debate and uses the philosophy of pragmatism to reveal the special characteristics that make science work as well as it does. Ending the Science Wars shows how science is far better grounded than its critics claim. The book not only helps resolve many current debates about science, it is a major contribution for explaining science in terms of a powerful philosophical system. This makes the book valuable to scientists in all fields of research-and intellectually challenging for science's critics.
Family & Relationships

Choices: Responsible Decisions for a Godly Life

Author: Robert F. Kirk

Publisher: AuthorHouse


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 226

View: 673

Life can be hard, cold, and painful. Or it can be pleasant, warm, and rewarding. The consequences of the choices we make in life determine which way it will be. We can’t control many of life’s events, but we can control how we deal with them. Our responsibility is to build a successful life in a world of confusion, pain, and disorientation. In Choices: Responsible Decisions for a Godly Life, author Dr. Robert F. Kirk explains that each of us is responsible for the outcome of our life. The individual choices we make in life determine what we will become. Kirk discusses the natural and spiritual choices that determine our success or failure, and he recommends the Book of Proverbs as a guide for Godly wisdom to assist us in those decisions. The Book of Proverbs, a powerful book that provides instruction and guidance, instructs us to partner with God in our choices using His wisdom. We don’t have to travel the road of life alone. However, we must make our own choices and we need to choose wisely to be successful. Choices: Responsible Decisions for a Godly Life will help you make a plan for wise decisions in your life.

Rightness as Fairness

Author: Marcus Arvan

Publisher: Springer


Category: Philosophy

Page: 271

View: 577

Rightness as Fairness provides a uniquely fruitful method of 'principled fair negotiation' for resolving applied moral and political issues that requires merging principled debate with real-world negotiation.
Business & Economics

Rules and Choice in Economics

Author: Viktor J Vanberg

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 320

View: 140

First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Redeeming The Time

Author: Chuck D Pierce

Publisher: Charisma Media


Category: Religion

Page: 240

View: 102

It Is Never Too Late to Live the Life God Has for You DIVThe twenty-first century commodity is time. But until we understand how God sees and uses time, the foundation of our lives and our calling will not be aligned with His plan for us./divDIV /divDIVIn Redeeming the Time, Chuck Pierce presents a clear, biblical understanding of how God views time, demonstrating how you can ensure you are living your life in the center of God’s plan for you./divDIV /divDIVOne of the leading prophetic voices of today, Pierce clearly translates biblical principles into actionable steps you can take right now to:/divDIV /div •Recognize God’s timing in your life •Determine if you are in step or out of step •Move back into God’s grace and experience a second opportunity •Align yourself with God’s perfect timing system •Reap the rewards of a life spent in step with God DIVIt is time to view time in a fresh and dynamic way and get your life back on track./divDIV /div

Choosing Our Future

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Budget



Category: Budget

Page: 62

View: 313

Business & Economics

The Choices and Consequences of Our Age

Author: Dean Gualco

Publisher: iUniverse


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 302

View: 849

There are winners and losers in a capitalistic society, but capitalism does not choose who is a winner and who is a loser. The winners are those who have the right idea, sacrifice their time and money, take risks, work hard, and have a little luck and help along the way. The losers are those who rarely dream of the impossible, waste their time, spend their money foolishly, lack the courage to take risks, and fail to dedicate themselves to achieving the rewards of their efforts. Winners should receive the greatest returns for their investments and the greatest of rewards for their endeavors. While wealth may be distributed unequally, it results more from an unequal dedication to acquire this wealth. That is not only right, but it is fair. At the heart of capitalism is choice, one of success or failure, saving or spending, and work or recreation. Capitalism is a system that allows a person to choose whether he or she wants to be a winner or a loser. Today, too many have chosen the latter and display the unbecoming traits of greed, jealously, and envy toward those who have chosen the former. While insecurity and instability may pervade this country's economic, political and societal institutions, success can still be achieved by those who look forward rather than backward, who avoid the disadvantages of the past to take advantage of the future. In "The Choices and Consequences of Our Age," you'll learn that it's still possible to achieve success through hard work, sacrifice, and self-reliance.

Nature, Action and the Future

Author: Katrina Forrester

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: History

Page: 247

View: 750

Leading scholars of political thought demonstrate how the history of political ideas makes sense of environmental politics and climate change.

A Future of Choices; a Choice of Futures

Author: Alberta. Commission on Educational Planning

Publisher: Edmonton, Alta. : L.S. Wall, Queen's printer


Category: Education

Page: 325

View: 612


Choices of Now

Author: Barney Wee



Category: Nature

Page: 488

View: 872

In a practical guide that reconciles breaking science with centuries-old spirituality, Choices of Now presents the most pressing, global issues that we face today, ones we are responsible for having created. Barney Wee and Agnes Lau present simple solutions that anyone can start applying today, to begin creating a sustainable world of harmony and cooperation. By exploring the choices that we are presented with at this evolutionary crossroads, and considering where these choices lead, Choices of Now will change the way you think about the world and the possibilities for our future.