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Taranta, Angelo; Markowitz, Milton
99pp.
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1989, Paperback, Book Condition: Like New, Jacket Condition: No d/j as Published. Second Edition. . 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
ISBN: 0746201044
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Inventory #19470
Price: £ 5.00 GBP ($ 6.52 approx. - € 5.53 approx.)
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Edited By Lentze,M.J. Etc.
This book reviews the physiological basis of bile formation as well as its ontogenesis. The book aims to describe the most important cholestatic liver diseases in infancy and critically reviews treatment modalities of cholestatic liver diseases: surgical, medical, new and old. The book addresses paediatricians and hepatologists, as well as basic scientists interested in bile acid metabolism and its derangements in cholestatis. This is the proceedings of the Falk Symposium No. 63 "Pediatric Cholestasis": Novel Approaches to Treatment" held in Titisee, Germany, October 9-10, 1991. N.B.D/J spine slightly faded with slight mark to base of d/j spine.370pp.
Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992, Cloth, Book Condition: Like New, Jacket Condition: Very Good. . . 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
ISBN: 0792389778
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Inventory #15673
Price: £ 20.00 GBP ($ 26.06 approx. - € 22.10 approx.)
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Lanman, Charles
N.B.Rubbing to head and tail of spine and slight lean to book. Light rubbing to edge of boards. Fading to spine. Light foxing to pages. 322pp.
Richard Bentley, 1848, Cloth, Book Condition: Good, Jacket Condition: No Jacket. First Edition. . 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
ISBN:
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Inventory #26528
Price: £ 85.00 GBP ($ 110.76 approx. - € 93.93 approx.)
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Scott, Joan Wallach
When feminists argued for political rights in the context of liberal democracy they faced an impossible choice. On the one hand, they insisted that the differences between men and women were irrelevant for citizenship. On the other hand, by the fact that they acted on behalf of women, they introduced the very idea of difference they sought to eliminate. This paradox - the need both to accept and to refuse sexual difference in politics - was the constitutive condition of the long struggle by women to gain the right of citizenship. In this book, historian Joan Wallach Scott reads feminist history in terms of this paradox of sexual difference. Focusing on four feminist activists - Olympe de Gourges, who wrote the "Declaration of the Rights of Woman and Citizen" during the French Revolution; Jeanne Deroin, a utopian socialist and candidate for legislative office in 1848; Hubertine Auclert, "the" suffragist of the Third Republic; and Madeleine Pelletier, a psychiatrist in the early 20th century who argued that women must "virilize" themselves in order to gain equality - Scott charts the repetitions and variations in feminist history. When sexual difference was taken to be a fundamental difference, when only men were regarded as individuals and thus as citizens, how could women also be citizens? The answers feminists offered to such questions are the subject of this book. 229pp. N.B. Previous owners inscription to ffep. Inside of D/J marked.
Harvard University Press, 1996, Cloth, Book Condition: Very Good, Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. . 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
ISBN: 0674639308
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Inventory #25375
Price: £ 15.00 GBP ($ 19.55 approx. - € 16.58 approx.)
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Penalosa, Enrique
Throughout the recorded history of Bogotį, from the earliest Spanish chronicles to present-day photographs, films and television programs, the Cerros Orientales or Eastern Ridges of the city have been an indelible feature of its landscape, culture and social life. But up to now the citizens of Bogotį have known little about their tutelary mountains and have rarely given them the value they deserve. For the Muisca indigenous society, the original inhabitants of the region, who regarded these ridges as a magical and holy place, the mountains were part of a living nature, superior to the human realm and the site for their most important shrines and ceremonial center.After the Spanish Conquest, the Eastern Ridges lost the sacred role they had had in the Pre-Columbian world. In response to the needs imposed by the development of a new city that was formed in the image of Western society, other cultural and religious symbols were placed on these mountains and the uncontrolled exploitation of their natural wealth began.As a result, their true value as an environmental reserve was ignored. For these reasons, there is an urgent need to examine the Cerros Orientales once more with the attitude of love and respect of their earliest inhabitants - the Native American dwellers of the Savannah of Bogotį, who were protected and inspired by them. 289pp.
Villegas Editores, 2000, Cloth, Book Condition: Like New, Jacket Condition: Like New. First Edition. Heavy Item Postage Quote. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.
ISBN: 9589393853
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Inventory #12821
Price: £ 25.00 GBP ($ 32.58 approx. - € 27.63 approx.)
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