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Rebecca Newberger Goldstein (born February 23, 1950) is an American philosopher who is also a novelist and public intellectual . She is the author of ten books, many of which cross the divide between fiction and non-fiction. Her Princeton Ph.D. was in philosophy of science , and she is sometimes grouped with novelists, such as Richard Powers and Alan Lightman , who create fiction that is knowledgeable of, and sympathetic toward, science. [2]

In her three non-fiction works she has shown an affinity for philosophical rationalism , as well as a strong conviction that philosophy, like science, makes progress [3] and that scientific progress is itself supported by philosophical arguments. [4] She has also stressed the role that secular philosophical reason has made in moral advances.

Increasingly, in her talks and interviews, she has been exploring what she has called “mattering theory” as an alternative to traditional utilitarianism. [5] [6] This theory is a continuation of her idea of “the mattering map” that she had first suggested in her novel The Mind-Body Problem . The concept of the mattering map has been widely adopted in contexts as diverse as cultural criticism, [7] [8] psychology, [9] and behavioral economics. [10]

Rebecca Newberger Goldstein (born February 23, 1950) is an American philosopher who is also a novelist and public intellectual . She is the author of ten books, many of which cross the divide between fiction and non-fiction. Her Princeton Ph.D. was in philosophy of science , and she is sometimes grouped with novelists, such as Richard Powers and Alan Lightman , who create fiction that is knowledgeable of, and sympathetic toward, science. [2]

In her three non-fiction works she has shown an affinity for philosophical rationalism , as well as a strong conviction that philosophy, like science, makes progress [3] and that scientific progress is itself supported by philosophical arguments. [4] She has also stressed the role that secular philosophical reason has made in moral advances.

Increasingly, in her talks and interviews, she has been exploring what she has called “mattering theory” as an alternative to traditional utilitarianism. [5] [6] This theory is a continuation of her idea of “the mattering map” that she had first suggested in her novel The Mind-Body Problem . The concept of the mattering map has been widely adopted in contexts as diverse as cultural criticism, [7] [8] psychology, [9] and behavioral economics. [10]

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Author: Jacqueline Greene Editor: Jennifer Hirsch Illustrator: Robert Hunt Language: English Pages: 456 Publisher: American Girl Publishing Weight: 2.0 pounds Length: 9.0 inches Width: 6.0 inches Height: 1.0 inches Click on this books subject categories to see related titles: Children's Books > Literature & Fiction > Historical Fiction > United States

Rebecca’s six-book series is bound in one beautiful hardcover volume. Set in 1914, each story reveals more of this lively girl growing up in New York City. The cover features rich illustrations, foil detail, and die-cut windows that offer a peek at the full-color illustrations inside.

this book should be read by all teenage girls, all amercian girls books are a powerfull tool to learn about history in a fun way.

Young jewellery label Ocean Story stands for a sense of home, of longing and remembering places we hold dearly in our hearts. Their bracelets and necklaces are beautiful keepers of our stories.Using rope as an integral part of jewellery, inspired German designer Rebecca Buschhüter to open her own label. Never did she dream of her anchor bracelets, which combine this unconventional material with gold and silver, turning into a customer favourite.

Ocean lover Buschhüter explains: “For me the anchor symbolises strength and connection. Wherever I am, the anchor keeps me in touch with the sea. Each client has their own connection. It might be the memory of a nice holiday or the anchor as a symbol for loyalty, support, stability, hope and optimism. ”

The new Coordinates collection is inspired by coins from hidden treasures. Every maritime necklace and bracelet features an individual engraving of coordinates chosen by the customers so they always carry their favourite place with them. There are many places that hold a lot of personal meaning to us. For example where we first kissed our partner, where we were born or simply where we feel most at home. “Our customers’ joy when they receive one of the coordinates pieces is incredible,” Buschhüter smiles. “It is lovely to hear their stories and to experience their enthusiasm.”

Rebecca Newberger Goldstein (born February 23, 1950) is an American philosopher who is also a novelist and public intellectual . She is the author of ten books, many of which cross the divide between fiction and non-fiction. Her Princeton Ph.D. was in philosophy of science , and she is sometimes grouped with novelists, such as Richard Powers and Alan Lightman , who create fiction that is knowledgeable of, and sympathetic toward, science. [2]

In her three non-fiction works she has shown an affinity for philosophical rationalism , as well as a strong conviction that philosophy, like science, makes progress [3] and that scientific progress is itself supported by philosophical arguments. [4] She has also stressed the role that secular philosophical reason has made in moral advances.

Increasingly, in her talks and interviews, she has been exploring what she has called “mattering theory” as an alternative to traditional utilitarianism. [5] [6] This theory is a continuation of her idea of “the mattering map” that she had first suggested in her novel The Mind-Body Problem . The concept of the mattering map has been widely adopted in contexts as diverse as cultural criticism, [7] [8] psychology, [9] and behavioral economics. [10]

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Author: Jacqueline Greene Editor: Jennifer Hirsch Illustrator: Robert Hunt Language: English Pages: 456 Publisher: American Girl Publishing Weight: 2.0 pounds Length: 9.0 inches Width: 6.0 inches Height: 1.0 inches Click on this books subject categories to see related titles: Children's Books > Literature & Fiction > Historical Fiction > United States

Rebecca’s six-book series is bound in one beautiful hardcover volume. Set in 1914, each story reveals more of this lively girl growing up in New York City. The cover features rich illustrations, foil detail, and die-cut windows that offer a peek at the full-color illustrations inside.

this book should be read by all teenage girls, all amercian girls books are a powerfull tool to learn about history in a fun way.



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