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The Sword Scroll

Author: Yamamoto Kansuke
ISBN: 9781530697823
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Yamamoto Kansuke was a 16th Century general under Takeda Shingen in the Warring States Period of Japan. This is a collection of four versions of a document attributed to him. Each of the four versions describe sword, spear and military tactics that are fully illustrated by different Edo Era artists. The text adds explanations on the underlying feeling fighting in each illustration. Long thought to be a fictional character, historical letters mentioning Yamamoto Kansuke and establishing him as a authentic historical figure are reproduced and translated. There are additional chapters highlighting techniques in Kansuke's book that also appears in the Chinese Bubishi military manual. Finally, some of the unusual weapons within the Bubishi are explained.


Author: Kansuke Yamamoto
ISBN: 9783492248495
Size: 62.66 MB
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Machtvolle Gef Hle

Author: Ingrid Kasten
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110251418
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Feelings not only determine our everyday life, they have also become a central theme of humanistic and scientific research. This volume offers exemplary insights into the methods of emotion research. Among other emotions, the presentation of anger, fear, fascination and laughter is explored in individual analyses, along with how emotions function in medieval literary texts. Taken together, the contributions provide important insights on the cultural modeling of feelings and into processes of historical transformation.

Lehman Brothers Und Die Folgen

Author: Oliver Quiring
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3531192949
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​Die 2008 einsetzende Rezession – meist als „Weltfinanz-“ oder „Weltwirtschaftskrise“ bezeichnet – provozierte in Bevölkerung, Wirtschaft und Politik Forderungen nach staatlichen Eingriffen zur Milderung der Krisenfolgen. Zu den prominentesten Beispielen gehören die Diskussionen um die Verstaatlichung der HRE und um Finanzhilfen für den Automobilhersteller Opel. Das Buch beleuchtet, wie maßgebliche Nachrichtenmedien die Forderung nach staatlicher Intervention aufgriffen und bewerteten. Im Mittelpunkt steht, welche Arten staatlicher Eingriffe auf Unterstützung und welche auf Ablehnung stießen, welche Akteure ihre Standpunkte in den medialen Diskurs einbringen konnten, und mit welchen kommunikativen Strategien diese Standpunkte gerechtfertigt wurden.​