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Freedom in the Arab World : Concepts and Ideologies in Arabic Thought in the Nineteenth Century

Freedom in the Arab World : Concepts and Ideologies in Arabic Thought in the Nineteenth Century

Freedom in the Arab World :
Concepts and Ideologies in Arabic Thought in the Nineteenth Century
by Wael Abu-'Uksa
English | 2016 | ISBN: 110716124X | 248 Pages | True PDF | 2.74 MB

Wael Abu-'Uksa examines the development of the concept of freedom (hurriyya) in nineteenth-century Arab political thought, its ideological offshoots, their modes, and their substance as they developed the dynamics of the Arabic language.
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Design Patterns in the Real World, an Analysis-Based Approach [repost]

Design Patterns in the Real World, an Analysis-Based Approach [repost]

Design Patterns in the Real World, an Analysis-Based Approach
HDRips | MP4/AVC, ~495 kb/s | 1280x720 | Duration: 07:10:12 | English: AAC, 125 kb/s (2 ch) | 1.87 GB
Genre: Design

Alan Holub takes coders deep into the reality of Gang-of-Four design patterns, those reusable guides to common object-oriented design problems. He deconstructs two significant software programs (Mel Conway's "Game of Life" and a SQL interpreter) to demonstrate how design patterns work and interact in complex ways, share classes with other patterns, and have pros and cons. Each of the three primary design pattern categories, creational, structural, and behavioral are discussed and illustrated.
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The New World (2005) [The Criterion Collection]

The New World (2005) [The Criterion Collection]

The New World (2005)
BDRip | MKV | 720 x 306 | x264 @ 1630 Kbps | 172 min | 2,25 Gb
Audio: English AAC 2.0 @ 152 Kbps | Subs: English (idx/sub)
Genre: Drama

This singular vision of early seventeenth-century America from Terrence Malick is a work of astounding elemental beauty, a poetic meditation on nature, violence, love, and civilization. It reimagines the apocryphal story of the meeting of British explorer John Smith (Colin Farrell) and Powhatan native Pocahontas (Q’orianka Kilcher, in a revelatory performance) as a romantic idyll between spiritual equals, then follows Pocahontas as she marries John Rolfe (Christian Bale) and moves to England. With production designer Jack Fisk’s raw re-creation of the Jamestown colony and Emmanuel Lubezki’s marvelous, naturally lit cinematography, The New World is a film of uncommon power and technical splendor, one that shows Malick at the height of his visual and philosophical powers.
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