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Tücher & Schals von erfurt. In quadratischer Form und mit feinem Allover-Muster ist das Schal-Tuch von erfurt ein wunderbar weiches Accessoire, das sich exklusiv und elegant zeigt.

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Die Zukunft unserer Moral
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Warum bleibt die christliche Moral bestehen, obwohl der Glaube abnimmt? Hierzu eine überraschende These: Das Gebot der Nächstenliebe ist ein Produkt der Angst. Es hat sich in einer einzigartigen historischen Konstellation entwickelt und wird auch heute wieder von der Angst um das Ich getragen. Kein himmlischer Ursprung also, aber paradoxerweise ein überaus festes Fundament, auf dem unsere Werte überleben können. „Matthias Drescher zeigt, wie sich Abstand von einer gesellschaftlichen Krisenstimmung gewinnen lässt, und wirbt für ein aktuelles Verständnis des Gebots der Nächstenliebe. Das Gebot ist nicht ‚Ethik light’ aus einer christlichen Tradition, die für viele vergangen ist, sondern eine Quelle moralischer Energie aus einem Erfahrungszusammenhang, der Kulturen übergreift.” (Prof. Dr. Christoph Bultmann, Universität Erfurt)

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Case Study: Regulation of Electric Power in Ger...
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Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject Economics - Micro-economics, grade: 1,7, University of Erfurt, language: English, abstract: Table of Content1. Introduction 2. Historical background 2.1 History of Energy supply 3. European Perspective 4. Current Situation 5. Why Regulation is needed 6. Liberalisation 6.1 Legal background of liberalization 6.1.1 European Single Market policy 96/92/EG 6.1.2 European Single Market policy 200/54/EG 7. Regulation 7.1 Cost-based Regulation 7.2 Why changing it to incentive regulation 8. Incentive Regulation 9. Conclusion 10. References Regulation of Electric Power in Germany1. IntroductionThe electricity market in Germany was faced with loads of changes since the 19th century, when it all began due to Werner von Siemens (and among others) and his first electric generator. But soon electricity became a public good and the governments realized, that it needed to be provided to every citizen. Therefore many different systems, regulations and deregulations were implemented over time. After a historical overview and a European perspective on the electricity market, we present you the Liberalization process and its cost-based regulation and, as a last point, the change to incentive regulation.2. Historical background2.1 The History of Energy Supply in GermanyWith the first street light in Berlin in 1884 the history of public energy supply in Germany begun. Following the example of Berlin and other cities in the world, in the next decades other German cities developed an urbanized network of several power stations. Already at the beginning of the 20th century there was laid out the first long-distance cable and there were several German power stations which offered a cheaper price for power at night for consistent capacity utilization. In 1938 the German Energy Industry Act mandated the electricity supply under the supervision of the German Reich, therefore the National Commissioner was then responsible for the price and introduced the first basic fee. Quick after World War II the biggest electricity suppliers reached again the pre-war level, but in 1954 the separation of the electricity grid network of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) was conducted and still inflicts some problems today. After that, the first German nuclear power plant 'Grunremmingen A' (1966) started supplying electricity to the grid. In 1974...

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An analysis of Ernest Hemingway's  'Hills like ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, University of Erfurt, course: The American Short Story, language: English, abstract: Can the reader of 'Hills like White Elephants' experience the success of the male character, known as 'the American', or the triumph of Jig, the female character, at the end of the story? The argument of the American couple waiting at a junction between Barcelona and Madrid represents the centre of Ernest Hemingway's short story. Heming-way published this short story as part of the story collection 'Men without Women' in 1927 (ANONYMOUS, 1996). Therefore, it can be assumed that the setting of the story is also conceived for the 1920ies. It is never directly mentioned that both discuss the abortion of their unborn child, although it becomes clear through implications within the text. Whereas the man tries to convince her in a manipulating manner to undergo surgery, she dreams of a future with the child (HEMINGWAY, 1956: 249ff). LAMB even states that: 'Much of the conversation is so obscure that on the literal level it can be comprehended only in light of the entire story' (LAMB, 1996: 469). Sev-eral metaphors, images and other literary devices, such as the simile being present in the title and in its several repetitions in the story, add to the reader's perception of the shown conflict. Apparently, the male character represents the dominant part in the relationship and the successful one in the conversation. As the girl states 'But I don't care about me. And I'll do it and then everything will be fine' (HEMINGWAY, 1956: 251) after being talked at by her boyfriend, it seems that she gives up and sac-rifices her wishes. However, scholars discuss whether the American or the girl can force their individual points in the end. The aim of this research paper is to examine this question. An analysis of the structure of the

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Speech and Gesture in Aphasia
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Seminar paper from the year 2016 in the subject Speech Science / Linguistics, University of Erfurt, language: English, abstract: The present paper examines this question whether gesture and speech can be treated as going hand-in-hand and, following that, break down together in case of speech impairment following aphasia or if gestures can even have a compensating function when language is no longer usable for an aphasic person. In the first case, one may assume that gesture and speech are 'different sides of a single underlying mental process' (cf. McNeill 1992:1); in the second case, gesture and speech are rather independent. To accomplish this goal, the second chapter takes a closer look at the relationship between gesture and speech and the functions that have been supposed in the case of gesture. Thirdly, gesture production under pathologic circumstances is assessed by focusing at the topic of gesture production and aphasia. The possibility of a parallel or comparable impair-ment of speech and gesture in aphasia is reviewed, as well as gesture as compensating for speech in persons affected by aphasia (Chapter 3). The fourth chapter introduces a case study by Lisette Mol, Emiel Krahmer & Mieke van de Sandt-Koenderman (cf. 2012) to further investigate the research question. The subsequent paragraphs, then, discuss the study by Mol et al. (cf. 2012) in the light of other findings (i.a. Cocks, Middleton & Morgan 2011, McNeill & Duncan 2010; Kita & Özyürek 2003; Glosser, Wiener & Kaplan 1986; Orgassa 2005) regarding the topic (Chapter 4.) The last chapter draws a conclusion on the question whether speech and language break down in a similar manner and can be regarded as closely related or if gesture can function to compensate for speech in the case of aphasia.

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Making Their Place
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The collapse of state socialism in eastern and central Europe in 1989 had a dramatic impact on women. Witnessing the loss of state support for their economic activity, the curtailing of their reproductive rights, and the rise of gender ideologies that value women primarily as mothers and wives rather than as active participants in the workforce, women across eastern and central Europe organized on a local level to resist these changes. Making Their Place brings to light how feminist movements in two eastern German cities, Erfurt and Rostock, utilized local understandings of politics and gender to enhance their possibilities for meaningful social change. The book chronicles the specific reasons why place matters, the importance of localized experiences during the socialist era, and how history shapes contemporary identities, cultures, and politics. What emerges is the fascinating story of the different ways people have struggled to define themselves, their values, and their understandings of gender in a period of monumental social, economic, and political upheaval.

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Die Zukunft unserer Moral
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Warum bleibt die christliche Moral bestehen, obwohl der Glaube abnimmt? Hierzu eine überraschende These: Das Gebot der Nächstenliebe ist ein Produkt der Angst. Es hat sich in einer einzigartigen historischen Konstellation entwickelt und wird auch heute wieder von der Angst um das Ich getragen. Kein himmlischer Ursprung also, aber paradoxerweise ein überaus festes Fundament, auf dem unsere Werte überleben können. 'Matthias Drescher zeigt, wie sich Abstand von einer gesellschaftlichen Krisenstimmung gewinnen lässt, und wirbt für ein aktuelles Verständnis des Gebots der Nächstenliebe. Das Gebot ist nicht 'Ethik light' aus einer christlichen Tradition, die für viele vergangen ist, sondern eine Quelle moralischer Energie aus einem Erfahrungszusammenhang, der Kulturen übergreift.' (Prof. Dr. Christoph Bultmann, Universität Erfurt)

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Psychology And Philosophy
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Psychology and Philosophy provides a history of the relations between philosophy and the science of psychology from late scholasticism to contemporary discussions. The book covers the development from 16th-century interpretations of Aristotle's De Anima, through Kantianism and the 19th-century revival of Aristotelianism, up to 20th-century phenomenological and analytic studies of consciousness and the mind. In this volume historically divergent conceptions of psychology as a science receive special emphasis. The volume illuminates the particular nature of studies of the psyche in the contexts of Aristotelian and Cartesian as well as 19th- and 20th-century science and philosophy. The relations between metaphysics, transcendental philosophy, and natural science are studied in the works of Kant, Brentano, Bergson, Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, Wittgenstein, and Davidson. Accounts of less known philosophers, such as Trendelenburg and Maine de Biran, throw new light on the history of the field. Discussions concerning the connections between moral philosophy and philosophical psychology broaden the volume's perspective and show new directions for development. All contributions are based on novel research in their respective fields. The collection provides materials for researchers and graduate students in the fields of philosophy of mind, history of philosophy, and psychology. TOC:Acknowledgements. Introduction.- 1. Psychology in Philosophy: Historical Perspectives; G. Hatfield.- 2. Philosophical Psychology in 1500: Erfurt, Padua and Bologna; P. Kärkkäinen, H. Lagerlund.- 3. The Status of Psychology as Understood by Sixteenth Century Scholastics; T. Aho.- 4. Cartesian Psychology - Could There Be One? M. Yrjönsuuri- 5. Imagination and Reason in Spinoza; T. Verbeek.- 6. Natural Law and the Theory of Moral Obligation; T. Pink.- 7. Aspects of Inductivism in Thomas Reid's Science of the Mind; R. Juti.- 8. Kant on Consciousness; C. Serck-Hanssen.- 9. Physiognomy as Science and Art; M. Reuter.- 10. Toward the Rebirth of Aristotelian Psychology: Trendelenburg and Brentano; E. Fugali.- 11. The Problem of Mind and Other Minds in William James's Pragmatism; S. Pihlström.- 12. Psychology and Metaphysics from Maine de Biran to Bergson; P. Engel.- 13. Philosophy, Psychology, Phenomenology; D. Zahavi.- 14. Phenomenological Responses to Gestalt Psychology; S. Heinämaa.- 15. Philosophy of Mind with and against Wittgenstein; F. Stoutland.- Bibliography. Name Index.- Subject Index.

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An analysis of Ernest Hemingway's  'Hills like ...
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Seminar paper from the year 2009 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,0, University of Erfurt, course: The American Short Story, language: English, abstract: Can the reader of 'Hills like White Elephants' experience the success of the male character, known as 'the American', or the triumph of Jig, the female character, at the end of the story? The argument of the American couple waiting at a junction between Barcelona and Madrid represents the centre of Ernest Hemingway's short story. Heming-way published this short story as part of the story collection 'Men without Women' in 1927 (ANONYMOUS, 1996). Therefore, it can be assumed that the setting of the story is also conceived for the 1920ies. It is never directly mentioned that both discuss the abortion of their unborn child, although it becomes clear through implications within the text. Whereas the man tries to convince her in a manipulating manner to undergo surgery, she dreams of a future with the child (HEMINGWAY, 1956: 249ff). LAMB even states that: 'Much of the conversation is so obscure that on the literal level it can be comprehended only in light of the entire story' (LAMB, 1996: 469). Sev-eral metaphors, images and other literary devices, such as the simile being present in the title and in its several repetitions in the story, add to the reader's perception of the shown conflict. Apparently, the male character represents the dominant part in the relationship and the successful one in the conversation. As the girl states 'But I don't care about me. And I'll do it and then everything will be fine' (HEMINGWAY, 1956: 251) after being talked at by her boyfriend, it seems that she gives up and sac-rifices her wishes. However, scholars discuss whether the American or the girl can force their individual points in the end. The aim of this research paper is to examine this question. An analysis of the structure of the

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