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Why Ideology?: Slavoj Zizek, “2. Years of Collapse,” New York Times, 9 Nov. Why Political Theory?: Fred Dallmayr, “Political. Theory and Civilizational Dialogue,” Chap. Human Nature, I (quasi- tragic vision): Steven. Pinker interviewed by John Brockman, “A. Biological Understanding of Human Nature,” Edge Foundation website, 9.
Democratic theorists have paid increasing attention to problems of political representation over the past two decades. Interest is driven by (a) a political landscape within which electoral representation now competes with new.
Key Components of Political Representation. Political representation, on almost any account, will exhibit the following four components: some party that is representing (the representative, an organization, movement, state. Philosophy Students Score High on LSAT, GMAT and the GRE; Chart of How Students Performed on Graduate Admission Tests; Philosophy Rocks the Graduate Admission Tests 'The. The classical answer is that a state is required. A more liberal answer is that some form of political autonomy suffices. Once this has been discussed, we can turn to the related normative issues. Pogge 1 Can the Capability Approach Be Justified?* Thomas W. Pogge During the past 25 years, the capability approach, developed by Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum, has come to play a major role in political philosophy.
Sept. Human Nature, II (blue- sky vision): Dacher. Keltner, . Understanding Ideology: Manfred Steger, “Introduction.
Political Ideologies and Social Imaginaries,” pp. Steger, The. Rise of the Global Imaginary, 2.
1 Lingnan University Department of Philosophy – MA in Practical Philosophy Programme Course Title : Contemporary Political Ideologies Course Code : PHI504 Recommended Study Year : - No. There is an inextricable link between democracy, education and the law. After 15 yearsofconstitutional democracy, the alarming percentage of dysfunctional schools raises questions about the efficacy of the system of.
Creating Ideology, I (bottom- up): Lawrence. Goodwyn, “The. Alliance Develops a Movement Culture,” pp. Goodwyn, The. Populist Moment, 1.
C. Creating Ideology, II (young turks): Todd. Gitlin, “. 1. 71- 8. Gitlin, The Sixties, rev. Creating Ideology, III (top- down): Cheng Chen. Post- Communist. Russia’s Search for a New Regime Ideology,” conference paper, American.
Political Science Association, Aug. Left Anarchism (communalist polity): Murray Bookchin. Communalist Project,” Harbinger, 1 Sep. Left Anarchism (participatory economy): Michael. Albert & Chris Spannos, “Parecon. Today,” ZNet website, 2.
Apr. Left Anarchism (oppositional worldview): Ward Churchill, “Some. People Push Back,” KERSPLEBEDEB website, c. Anarcho- Primitivism (emphasis on psychology). Chellis Glendinning, “Technology.
Trauma, and the Wild,” in Theodore Roszak et al., eds., Ecopsychology. Anarcho- Primitivism (emphasis on anthropology): John Zerzan interviewed by G Sampath, “Primitive. Green,” Daily News and Analysis website (Mumbai), 2. Dec. Anarcho- Primitivism (emphasis on lived experience): Derrick Jensen, pp. I: The Problem of Civilization, 2.
II. 2. 00. 8Minimally Regulated Capitalism: see especially. X. LIBERTARIANISM below. Moderately Regulated Capitalism: see. III. CONSERVATISM below.
Highly Regulated Capitalism: see. IX. State Capitalism (three enthusiastic cheers). What Is the Future. State Capitalism?,” Harvard Business School Working Knowledge. May 2. 00. 83. State Capitalism (two informed cheers). Mark Beeson, “Developmental. States in East Asia,”Asian Perspective, vol.
State Capitalism (one grudging cheer). Ian Bremmer, “State.
Capitalism Comes of Age,” orig. Foreign Affairs. May 2.
Creative Capitalism (aspirational): Tachi. Kiuchi & Bill Shireman, pp.
Muhammad Yunus, . Creative Capitalism (running a company): John. Mackey, “Conscious. Capitalism: Creating a New Paradigm for Business,” Whole Earth Market.
CEO’s Blog, 9 Nov. HERE. . 4 in Michael Strong, ed., Be the Solution, 2. Creative Capitalism (husbanding natural. Amory Lovins, Hunter Lovins & Paul Hawken, “A. Road Map for Natural Capitalism,” Harvard Business Review, May. Free- Market Conservatism (economic aspect). Guy Sorman, “Economics.
Does Not Lie,” City Journal, Summer 2. Free- Market Conservatism (cultural aspect). Steven Malanga, “Whatever. Happened to the Work Ethic?,” City Journal, Summer 2. Free Market Conservatism (visionary aspect).
Peter Huber, “Techno- Optimism,” Forbes, 2. Feb. Traditionalist Conservatism (social issues).
Amy Wax, “Mothers. Alone,” Policy Review, Jan. Traditionalist Conservatism (foreign policy. Bill Kauffman. “Introduction.
I'll Just Stay Here,” pp. Kauffman, Ain't. My America: The Long. Noble History of Anti- War Conservatism ..
Traditionalist Conservatism (existential. Rod Dreher, pp. 1- 2. Crunchy. Cons: The New Conservative Counterculture, 2.
Neoconservatism (sunny side): Irving Kristol. Neoconservative Persuasion,” Weekly Standard, 2.
Aug. Neoconservatism (combative side): Norman. Case for Bombing Iran,” Commentary, Jun. Neoconservatism (second generation): Charles. Krauthammer, “Decline.
Is a Choice,” Weekly Standard, 1. Oct. Progressive Conservatism (economic issues): Reihan Salam. Ross Douthat, “The.
Party of Sam’s Club,” Weekly Standard, 1. Nov. Progressive Conservatism (social issues). Theodore Olson, “The. Conservative Case for Gay Marriage,” Newsweek, 9 Jan. Progressive Conservatism (Britain): Phillip.
Blond. Guided Democracy (view from Singapore's. Lee. Kuan Yew interviewed by Fareed Zakaria, “Culture. Is Destiny,” Lee Kuan Yew website, orig. Guided Democracy (views from various. Lee Hsien Loong, speech. Singapore Perspectives conference, Singapore, 2. Jan. 2. 01. 0; Michael Teo.
Singapore Model,” Guardian (Britain), 1. Jul. 2. 00. 8, and Xu. Kaixian, . Guided Democracy (views from the West): Mike.
Royko, . New York Daily News, 3. Mar. 1. 99. 4; and Sholto Byrnes, “The. Price of Freedom,” Guardian (Britain), 1.
Jul. Creative Federalism (Federalist Society. John Mc. Ginnis, “The. Federalist Approach to the First Amendment,” Harvard Journal of Law. Public Policy, Winter 2. Creative Federalism (esp.
India): Rajeev. Bhargava, . Creative Federalism (esp.
Canada &. Europe): Will Kymlicka, “Multiculturalism. Minority Rights,” European Centre for Minority Issues paper, 2. Localism (political theory): David Hess, pp. Global. Problems and Localist Solutions,” in Hess, Localist Movements in a.
Global Economy, 2. Localism (economic theory): Michael Shuman. Local: New Opportunities for Community Economics,” speech at the annual. Community Land Trust of the Southern Berkshires, Great. Barrington MA, 1.
Jan. Localism (the human dimension): Bill Kauffman, Part I & Conclusion in Kauffman, “Back. Batavia,” Crooked Lake Review, May 1.
Kauffman, Dispatches from the Muckdog Gazette, 2. Deep Decentralism (hope from Bangladesh): Bill. Mc. Kibben, “An. Alternative to Progress,” Mother Jones, May 2.
Deep Decentralism (hope from Oaxaca). Gustavo Esteva interviewed by Nic Paget- Clarke, .
Deep Decentralism (hope from Vermont). Kirkpatrick Sale, “The. Logic of Secession,” Middlebury Institute paper, Nov. Bright- Green Ecologism (exuberant): Ross. Robertson, “A. Brighter Shade of Green,” Enlighten.
Next, Oct. Bright- Green Ecologism (candid): Mark. Horowitz, “Two. Environmentalists Anger Their Brethren,” Wired, 2. Sep. Bright- Green Ecologism (wrenching): Stewart Brand, “We. Are as Gods and Have To Get Good at It,” Edge Foundation website, 2. Aug. Deep- Green Ecologism (stress on eco- politics): Vandana Shiva, “Introduction.
Principles of Earth Democracy,” pp. Shiva, Earth Democracy. Deep- Green Ecologism (stress on. Bill Mc. Kibben, “Reversal. Fortune,” Mother Jones, Mar. Deep- Green Ecologism (stress on eco- values).
Fritjof Capra & Hazel Henderson, “Qualitative. Growth,” Institute of Chartered Accountants booklet (Britain), Oct.
Racialism / White Nationalism (polite): Samuel. Francis, “The. Return of the Repressed,” Occidental Quarterly, Fall 2. Racialism / White Nationalism (not so. Jared Taylor, “The. Racial Revolution,” American Renaissance, May 1. Racialism / Black Nationalism (polite): Randall.
Robinson, “Jewel,”. Chap. 1 in Robinson, Quitting America: The Departure of a Black Man from. His Native Land, 2. Racialism / Black Nationalism (blunt): Malik Shabazz. Ashahed Muhammad, “Exclusive.
Interview with Attorney Malik Zulu Shabazz. Neopatrimonialism (quasi- defense by. Anne Pitcher et al., boxes #1- 2 & 1. Rethinking. Patrimonialism and Neopatrimonialism in Africa,” orig.
African. Studies Review, Apr. Neopatrimonialism (quasi- defense by aid. Tim Kelsall & David Booth, pp. Neopatrimonialism (spirited defense by. Adam Bellow, “In.
Praise of Nepotism,” Atlantic, July 2. Survivalism (young people in Philly): Elijah. Anderson, “The. Code of the Streets,” Atlantic, May 1. Survivalism (adults in Chicago): Sudhir Venkatesh. Survivalism (favela- dwellers in Rio de. Lee Anderson, “Gangland,”.
Conspiracism (left attacks right): David Ray. Griffin, “9/1. 1. Time for a Second Look,” speech at Boston University, 1. Apr. Conspiracism (right attacks left): Timothy.
Ball interviewed by Bill Steigerwald, “A. Skeptic’s Take on Global Warming,” Human Events, 1. Feb. Conspiracism (left attacks left): Michael.
Barker, “Sharp. Reflection Warranted: Nonviolence in the Service of Imperialism,” Swans. Commentary website, 3. Jun. Liberal Feminism (equity- focused): Camille. Paglia, “Feminism Past.
Present,” Arion magazine, Spring 2. Liberal Feminism (care- focused): Rosemarie. Tong & Nancy Williams, sections 2.
Tong & Williams, “Feminist. Ethics,” Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy website, 4 May 2. Liberal Feminism (partnership- focused): Cathy. With the Old and Out With the New,” Salon website, 2. Jan. Socialist Feminism (economic): Ariel Levy, “Lift. Separate,” New Yorker, 1.
Nov. Socialist Feminism (trans- economic): Susan Faludi, “Preface. Anniversary Edition,” pp. Socialist Feminism (postcolonial): Chandra. Talpede Mohanty, “. Radical Feminism / Visionary.
Catharine Mac. Kinnon interviewed by Catherine. Albertini & Emily Blake, “They. Haven’t Crushed Me Yet,” Sisyphe (France), 2. Sep. Radical Feminism / Visionary.
Riane Eisler. “Roadmap to a. New Economics,” Tikkun, Nov. Radical Feminism / Ecofeminist (overview). Laura Hobgood- Oster, “Ecofeminism.
Historic and International Evolution,” University of Florida faculty. Aug. Radical Feminism / Ecofeminist. Starhawk. Vision of the City,” Starhawk's Home Page website, Nov. Third- Wave Feminism (emphasis on family). Rebecca Walker, “How.
My Mother’s Fanatical Views Tore Us Apart,” Daily Mail. London), 2. 3 May 2. Third- Wave Feminism (emphasis on. Jennifer Baumgardner, “Abortion. Evolution,” Abortion Conversation Project website, 2. Third- Wave Feminism (emphasis on integrity). Wendy Shalit, pp.
Girls Gone Mild, 2. Market Globalism (top- down approach). Samuel Palmisano, “The. Globally Integrated Enterprise,” Foreign Affairs, May 2. Market Globalism (bottom- up approach): C. K. 3 of de Soto, The Mystery of Capital, 2. Market Globalism (investment- climate.
Martin Wolf, “Globalization. Interdependence,” United Nations General Assembly address, 3.
Political Representation (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). Political representation, on almost any account, will exhibit the following. For instance, democratic. One reason that the concept of representation remains. How. individuals represent an electoral district is treated as distinct.
Consequently, it is unclear how different forms of. In particular, a controversy has raged over. Representatives who are delegates simply. James Madison. (1. Trustees are representatives who. Edmund. Burke (1. Parliament is not a congress of ambassadors from different.
Parliament is a. deliberative assembly of one nation, with one interest, that of the. Delegate conceptions of representation. Any. adequate theory of representation must grapple with these contradictory. Representatives must act in ways that safeguard the.
At points, she implies that. For Pitkin, assessments about representatives will. To understand the multiple and conflicting. In this way, Pitkin concludes that standards for evaluating.
Moreover, individuals, especially. This classic. discussion of the concept of representation is one of the most. Adopting a Wittgensteinian approach to language, Pitkin.
Each of these different uses of the term provides a different. Pitkin compares the concept of representation to. Political theorists. More specifically, political. Unfortunately, Pitkin never explains how these.
At times, she. implies that the concept of representation is unified. At other times. she emphasizes the conflicts between these different views, e. Drawing on her. flash- bulb metaphor, Pitkin argues that one must know the context in. Apparently, the views of representation can expand or unduly. The. different views of representation can also provide different standards. So disagreements about what. Pitkin has in many ways set the terms of.
Formalistic Representation. Brief Description. The institutional. Formal. representation has two dimensions: authorization and accountability. Main Research Question.
What is the. institutional position of a representative? Implicit Standards for Evaluating Representatives.
The means by which a. Main Research Question. What is the process by.
Implicit Standards for Evaluating. Representatives. The ability of constituents. What are the. sanctioning mechanisms available to constituents? Is the. representative responsive towards his or her constituents'. Implicit Standards for Evaluating. Representatives. One can merely determine whether a. Symbolic Representation.
Brief Description. The ways that a. representative “stands for” the represented — that. Main Research Question. What kind of response. Implicit Standards for Evaluating. Representatives. Descriptive Representation.
Brief Description. The extent to which a.
Main Research Question. Does the representative. Implicit Standards for Evaluating. Representatives. Substantive Representation. Brief Description. The activity of. representatives—that is, the actions taken on the behalf of, in.
Main Research Question. Does the representative. Implicit Standards for Evaluating. Representatives. For example, her claim that descriptive.
In. particular, there has been a lot of theoretical attention paid to the. Amy 1. 99. 6; Barber. Christiano 1. 99. Guinier 1. 99. 4). This focus is certainly. In other words, establishing fair procedures for. In this way. theoretical discussions of political representation tend to depict.
Political representation is understood as a. For this understanding of political representation. Western democracies from Communist. Those political systems that held elections were considered. Plotke's insight into why traditional. Cold War suggests that modern understandings of political. Again. following Pitkin, it would appear that our ideas about political.
Our understandings of representation are inextricably. For an informative discussion of the history of. Monica Brito Vieira and David. Runican's Representation. However, such a focus.
Such actors “speak. In other. words, as the powers of nation- state have been diffused by. Given the role. that International Non- Governmental Organizations play in the. Given these changes, the traditional focus of political. The complexity of modern issues and the multiple.
Grant and Keohane (2. Michael Saward. (2. John Dryzek. and Simon Niemayer(2. Associational life —. The extent to which interest groups write. The fluid relationship.
Mark Warren's concept of citizen. For as Jane Mansbridge has recently noted, normative. In her. important article “Rethinking Representation” Mansbridge. Promissory. representation is a form of representation in which representatives.
Promissory representation strongly resembles Pitkin's. For both are primarily. Drawing on recent empirical work. Mansbridge argues for the existence of three additional forms of. In anticipatory representation, representatives focus.
Thus, anticipatory representation challenges those who. In. gyroscopic representation, representatives “look within”. Finally, surrogate. For Mansbridge, each of these different. All four forms of. Yet none of the. latter three forms representation operates through the formal.
Recently, Mansbridge. In. this way, Mansbridge broadens our understanding of accountability to. By specifying the different forms of representation. Mansbridge teaches us that we should refer.
Democratic representation should not be conceived as a. Moreover, what is abundantly clear is that. Political representation should no longer. Andrew Rehfeld. has gone farther, maintaining that political representation should no. In other words, Rehfeld (2.
Lisa Disch (2. 01. In response to this dilemma.
Disch proposes a mobilization conception of political representation. In particular, these advances call to. Most notably, Melissa Williams'. In particular, she recommends understanding.
In particular, Williams. For example, drawing on the experiences of American. Williams argues that. The “heavily deliberative”. Relying on the experiences of. African- Americans, Williams shows the consistent patterns of betrayal. African- Americans by privileged white citizens that give them good.
For Williams, relationships of distrust can be “at. Finally, representation involves. The boundaries of groups according to. Williams are partially established by past experiences — what. Williams calls “memory.” Having certain shared patterns of.
Williams identifies two strands in liberal. The first strand she describes as the “ideal of. The. second strand is interest- group pluralism, which Williams describes as. Together, the two. In particular, Williams. United States. Thus, Williams expands. Urbinati argues for understanding.
For Urbinati, the point. Urbinati emphasizes.
For Urbinati the. In particular. it avoids a common mistake made by many contemporary deliberative.
The benefit of Urbinati's understanding of. In particular, this contemporary. Her. account expands the scope of theoretical discussions of representation.
In this way. those who recommend adopting an understanding of representation as. Moreover, some conceptual advancements have helped clarify the meaning. Rehfeld highlights how representatives.
By collapsing these three different ways of being. In Inclusion and.
Democracy Iris Marion Young asks us to rethink the importance of. Young warns that attempts to include more. She. illustrates this point using the example of a Latino representative. Latinos at the expense of. Latinos (1. 98. 6, 3.
For Young, the suppression of. Representatives of large. Because such a difficulty is constitutive of.
The legitimacy of a representative is not primarily a function of his. For Young, the representative. First, her understanding of representation encourages. Second, her. analysis of representation emphasizes the importance of recognizing. Democratic citizens need to remain vigilant about the ways in. Building on Young's insight, Suzanne Dovi (2.
Specifically, she envisions democratic representation. It is the movement between. This. fluidity allows citizens to authorize their representatives and for. The. appropriateness of any given representative is therefore partially.
For this reason, Young maintains that evaluation of this. We must assess. representation dynamically, that is, assess the whole ongoing processes.
Young's. discussion of the dynamic of representation emphasizes the ways in. Here the work of Jane Mansbridge on descriptive. Mansbridge. recommends that we evaluate descriptive representatives by contexts. More specifically, Mansbridge (1. The need for descriptive representation is contingent on.
However, she doesn't specify how we are to. Thus, Mansbridge's discussion of descriptive representation.
For an interesting discussion of the problems with unified. Latino representatives, see. Christina Beltran's The Trouble with Unity. Russell Hardin (2. For Hardin, only an empirical explanation of the.
In Ruling Passions, Andrew. Sabl (2. 00. 2) links the proper behavior of representatives to their.
In particular, Sabl focuses on three offices. He argues that the same standards. Rather, each. office is responsible for promoting democratic constancy, what Sabl. Sabl. (2. 00. 2) and Hardin (2.
In “The Good Representative”. Suzanne Dovi (2. 00. Each of these problems identifies a future area of. The first problem is the proper institutional design for. The theoretical. literature on political representation has paid a lot of attention to.
More specifically, political. Guinier, 1. 99. 4 and Christiano, 1. Fishkin. 1. 99. 5).
However, with the growing number of democratic states, we are. There is likely to be much debate about the advantages. Young. suggests that representative institutions can include the opinions. For instance, the creation of black districts has. Any decrease in accountability is. Thus, one future line of research is examining the. Schattschneider (1.
The absence of such a discussion is particularly apparent in. Anne Phillips (1.
Few theorists have taken up. Phillip's gauntlet and articulated how this integration of class. Of course, some have. And some (Dovi, 2. However, it is unclear how to counteract the class bias that.
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SREE VISHNU SAHASRANAMAM Created by Kandamangalam K.S. Vishnu Sahasranamam (Meanings. The Vishnu Sahasranaama was composed by Sri Veda Vyaasa. Sri Vishnu Sahasaranama - Transliteration and Translation of Chanting. PDF format full Stotram; Print PDF Email this page; Contents. Vishnu Sahasra Nama Stotram. Translated in to English, By. Stotras are devotional hymns of Hinduism sung in praise of God.
Vishnu Sahasranamam Lyrics in Tamil in pdf format – Download for free Vishnu Sahasranamam consists of the 1000 names of Hindu God Vishnu.
Vishnu Sahasranamam (Meanings)Vishnu Sahasranamam(Meanings. Shankaracharya)Meanings. Sanskrit. courtesy: Shri. Krishnamachari: http: //home. Vishnu. Sahasranama means the “Thousand Names of Vishnu.” This.
Shankaracharya. Acharya sankara. Guru, Sri Govindapaachaarya, and on the bank of. Narmada, the Nambootiri- boy from kaaladi got initiated into the secrets of the. Mahaavaakyas. At the end of his short but intense study, sankara, the inspired. Govindapa Acharya tested sankara by ordering him to write an. Bhaashya) upon the Vishnu Sahasranaama. He accomplished. his great task and the very first work of the Upanishadic commentator, sankara.
Hindu missionary of the 7 th century, thus came to see. Govindaacharya. satisfied with the proficiency of the student blessed him and set him on the. Earning the grace of the teacher and the blessings.
Lord Vishnu, Sri sankara inaugurated an incomparable revival movement of. Hinduism. We shall here. Sankara’s commentary and also draw our material from the Puranic.
The Vishnu. Sahasranaama was composed by Sri Veda Vyaasa, the author of the. Puraanas, and we meet this great chant in his classical work, the Mahaabaarata.
Prince Yudhisthira, the eldest of the pandavas, at the end of the war. Bheeshma Pitaamaha, when the mighty grandsire of the Kuru family was.
Yudhishthira, the righteous. Bheeshma, the constant devotee of Krishna, the gigantic. Man of Action, calmly answered them all. This is how we find the “Thousand. Names of Lord Vishnu” introduced in the immortal classic of the Hindus, the.
Mahaabaarata. For. I meditate (? All creatures can go beyond the bonds of samsar, “and he goes. Please listen to them with all. This is how the Sacred Hymn, called as “The thousand names of Lord. Vishnu”, is introduced in the Mahaabhaarata. He is beyond both the “Known” and the “Unknown”. He is the very. illumining Principle of Consciousness that illuminates all experiences.
And yet He has many manifestations and, therefore. He can have infinite names in terms of His manifestations. Definitions should. Real, the Infinite is being indicated in terms of. These “Thousand names of the Lord” have been. Rishis. They were collected and strung together. Hymn to Vishnu, a garland of devotion and reverence, by the.
Vyaasa. Since each of them is thus an indicative. Thus. the Vishnu Sahasranaama is employed not only by the devotees, in the sweet. It is to be carefully noted here that in the. So all living creatures are fit.
In the Trikutaachala. Lord (Gajendra Moksha). The story of Jadabharata is yet another. Sankara in his commentary describes here Japa. Vishnu Sahasranaama can be employed in. Japa of all these three kinds. In the following “Thousand Names”, we meet.
Exactly 9. 0 names have been repeated in. Great Hymn; and of them, 7. Sometimes, the. terms are repeated as such Vishnu- Vishnu, Siva- Siva etc.
These need not be considered as a defect, since. Hymn is a chant of His Glory . In a chant of glory (stuti) repetitions are.
There are exactly 1,0. Names” of the. Lord in the 1. Name- Chant (Sahasranaama). The extra 3. 1 Names are to be. Viseshana) the immediately. When one makes Archanaa to the Lord the correct dative case is. There are 2. 0 double- names in the first 5.
Names and 1. 1. double- names in the second half of the chant. There is one indeclinable. Avyaya) word used, and it (8.
Archanaa as. Sanaat Namah; so too the 9. Name in the chant, being a plural noun, should. Archanaa as Sadbhyo Namah. It will also be found, as we study the. Divine names, that Vyaasa has employed sometimes.
Wherever it is masculine. Glory or power (devataa) that is manifest everywhere, and when. Pure Brahman, the infinite Reality. This Archanaa is generally performed by devotees. Sun moves from one.
Samkraanti- day). This performance has been prescribed by. Sastra for warding off troubles arising from the position of planets, anger. The highest effect is. Saadhaka in meditation.- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -INSTALLATION OF THE.
LORDAll ritualisms start in Hinduism with a. Lord in the devotee’s own physical. This is technically called as Anga- Nyaasa and Kara- Nyaasa. The. “Installation in the Limbs”, and the “Installation in the Palm”. This is a. method by which the seeker with wilful thoughts and deliberate physical signs. Divine Temple and installs various sacred deities in. This helps the student to realise that though.
Lord as a Goal (or an Ideal) other than himself (bheda. Abheda or Ananya), between himself and. Lord. The final realization is a perfect identity indicated in the. Mahaavaakya. Neither in the Northern texts nor in the. Mahaabhaarata do we find this .
However, pundits of ritualism in the South employ the Anga- Nyaasa. South. This “Installation Ceremony” declares to the. Vishnu is to be ultimately realised as One. Infinite Reality without names or forms- in which the recognition of even the. Beside this deep significance, even though it be only for the time.
In this. process, in order to bring the full blast of the sacred suggestions to him, the. The idea is only, as we have already explained, to establish the. A. The Mantra- Drashtaa, the Rishi, is the guru of. The. Rishi of a mantra is installed at the roof of the head and the. Vishnu- Sahasranaama- chanting, Symbolism: .. Anushtup. is the name of the particular metre in which this thousand- name- chant on. Vishnu is sung. The chant is to come out through the mouth, and therefore, the .
Symbolism: The. fingers that were touching the roof of the head now come down to touch. Vishnu is the theme of the chant.
The Lord of Vaikuntha is the. Symbolism: Since. Lord Vishnu is, to the devotee, the Lord of his heart, the very centre of his. C' the student, installs the.
Lord in his heart, bringing the fingers from the lips down to touch. The creator and sustainer (Srashtaa).
Dharma, the son of Devaki (Devakeenandana), is the manifested. Symbolism: This. creative power of righteous- ness and peace is installed at the navel (naabhi).
E. Sankha- bhrit. Keelakam. The mighty Creative Power invoked and. The conch (Sankha) represents the .
Nandaka. the sword that punishes to bring joy (Nandana) into the community and. Discus (Chakra). Here it is also to be noted that the blowing. Him. at His will, represents his thoughts. Thus. this great Power installed at the navel expresses itself in the world through. Symbolism: To. conceive fully this form is to hold firmly the Lord’s own feet, and, therefore.
Here it is to be carefully noted how: the Guru is kept at the roof of the. Veda (metre) in the mouth, the. Lord in the heart, the. Power in the navel and, thereby, the seeker. But the seeker himself has no power to protect, and so, he invokes.
Astra) of Vishnu, the protector of the world, to. Saarga. is the name of the Bow (Dhanus) of Vishnu and the Mace (Gadaa). These two form the artillery of defence; which are.
Lord himself. Symbolism: At. G. A. charioteer has to guide every step of every horse in order that the chariot be. Of the sense organs, the eyes (. When Lord Vishnu, the charioteer, Himself is installed in. Symbolism: Therefore, invoking.
Divine Driver, with reins in his hand (Rathaangapaani), He is installed in. The procreated world of endless variety has only one Eternal Father, and. Bliss. When this is chanted the seeker installs. Bliss Infinite at the very place of procreation in himself. It. is a spot in this great divine temple of the body, wherein is the one source.
Taittireeya). Visvaroopa. Dhyaanam. The entire band of experience gained through the instruments of the.
Visva. He, who has. Visva), must therefore be. Visvaroopah. The cosmic form of the Lord (Visvaroopa). Thus to meditate (Dhyaanam) upon. Him as the whole universe, is a method of installing Him in our. Symbolism: At this moment the.
K. Symbolism: At. He is going to engage himself (Viniyoga) in japa (jape). Thousand Names of Lord” (.
The. answer is in the very statement that it is only for the grace. Preetyarthe) of Sree Maha Vishnu. Symbolism. After chanting this declaration in the mind, the saadhaka, takes a spoon of. Teertham) in his right palm and pours it on the floor in front of him. A true seeker is not desire- ridden for material. These twelve . At this juncture this makes him. Sahasranaama. This beautiful subjective ritual is known as.
Not only that the. When this is properly performed with a right attitude. Lord of his heart, at the outer levels of his personality.- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -THE.
MEDITATION STANZAsaantaakaaram. We meditate (. The. His own expression, and therefore.
He is called as Viraatpurusha. The Sanskrit term Visvam comes from the root Vis, to. Thus it means He who has created and entered into. All- Pervading Reality.
It can also mean, That into. In the Upanishads also we have assertions of similar ideas. It is. only when intellectually, we view the Lord that we come to recognise Him as the.
When viewed through. Him. In fact, there is nothing other than the Supreme. In. the Mandukya Upanishad we read .
That which has the nature of. Vishnu. He is the one who pervades all and nothing ever. Him. This very same idea is described in the typical.
Puranas, in the incarnation of the Lord as Vaamana, the short- boy. Vamana), who, with His three feet, measured the entire universe. Because of. this act, the Lord got the name Vishnu, says Mahaabhaarata. Vishnu Purana (3- 1). The root Vis means .
The entire world of things and beings is. Him and the Upanishad emphatically insists in its mantra . Hence it means that He is not. Desa), time (Kaala) or substance (Vastu). Thus the term Vashatkaara means: He who is. Vedic ritualism, using mantras ending with vashat.
Also Vashatkaara can mean yajna in its. In the Upanishads also we find this. Upanishad mantra says: “Yajno vai Vishnuh” - . Yajna itself is Vishnu.
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In Canada, the title paramedic generally refers to those who work on land ambulances or air ambulances providing paramedic services. Paramedics are increasingly being utilized in emergency rooms by providing patient care in collaboration with physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, registered practical nurses and registered respiratory therapists. Increasingly in Canada, paramedics are actively pursuing self- regulation. Paramedic suicides are on the rise in Canada. Between April 2. 01. April 2. 01. 5 there have been 3. Because paramedics are front line health care providers, there is stigma that paramedics should not show emotion or even react to traumatic situations.
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Training. Paramedics perform various controlled medical acts that can be provided by paramedic services. In Ontario paramedics perform more controlled medical acts than all other health care professions, besides a physician or physician assistant.
However, the authorization to perform these controlled medical acts vary province to province. Paramedic education varies regionally, for example, the primary care paramedic program may be six months (British Columbia). Eligibility for ACP training varies from immediate entry following PCP registration to a mandatory period of experience working as a PCP for usually one to three years. The length of time required to complete ACP training also varies between provinces, and it is generally inversely related to the length of time required to have completed the prerequisite PCP training. Shorter (around one year) programs build upon the education already learned in a two- year PCP training program, while longer (typically up to two years) college programs typically cater to PCP who graduated from shorter PCP programs. Thus, while there is continual debate on the merits of longer or shorter PCP programs (often centered around teaching philosophy), in common, ACPs across Canada will generally have completed approximately 3 years of intensive formal education, inclusive of didactic study and clinical placements. There are two Bachelor of Health Science in paramedicine degrees currently available in Canada and becoming the standard of paramedic education.
This would be comparable to when nursing moved from the college based program to the collaborative or university based program in Canada. These programs are often offered through partnerships between Canadian universities and community colleges, blending vocational training with higher education. The Canadian Medical Association's Committee on Conjoint Accreditation offers the most comprehensive and best known system of national accreditation. The NOCP outlines four provider levels: Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), Primary Care Paramedic (PCP), Advanced Care Paramedic (ACP), and Critical Care Paramedic (CCP)Provincial variations on the National Occupational Competency Profile. Although a national consensus (by way of the National Occupational Competency Profile) identifies certain knowledge, skills, and abilities as being most synonymous with a given level of paramedic practice, each province retains ultimate authority in legislating the actual administration and delivery of emergency medical services within its own borders. For this reason, any discussion of paramedic practice in Canada is necessarily broad, and general. Specific regulatory frameworks and questions related to paramedic practice can only definitively be answered by consulting relevant provincial legislation, although provincial paramedic associations may often offer a simpler overview of this topic when it is restricted to a province- by- province basis.
Regulatory frameworks vary from province to province, and include direct government regulation (such as Ontario's method of credentialing its practitioners with the title of A- EMCA, or Advanced Emergency Medical Care Attendant). Though the title of paramedic is a generic description of a category of practitioners, provincial variability in regulatory methods accounts for ongoing differences in actual titles that are ascribed to different levels of practitioners. For example, the province of Alberta uses the title . In this manner, the confusing myriad of titles and occupational descriptions can at least be discussed using a common language for the sake of comparison. Emergency Medical Responder.
This is a level of practice recognized under the National Occupational Competency Profile. As a group, EMRs staff rural ambulance stations, community volunteer ambulance services. EMRs working as first responders in Fire Departments and Police Departments across Canada contribute an important role in the chain of survival. It is a level of practice that is least comprehensive (clinically speaking), and is also generally not consistent with any medical acts beyond advanced first- aid and oxygen administration, with the possible exception of automated external defibrillation, which is still a regulated medical act in Canada, although one which is increasingly delegated to the general public. Primary Care Paramedics. The scope of practice includes performing semi- automated external defibrillation. Oxygen administration.
Cardiac monitoring such as Lead 2 and 1. Lead interpretation. Administration of Symptom Relief Medications for a variety of emergency medical conditions (these include epinephrine, salbutamol, ipratropium bromide, aspirin, nitroglycerine, naloxone, dextrose, thiamine, glucagon, gravol, benadryl and nitrous oxide). In addition, some services have started implementing non- opiate medications so that Primary Care Paramedics can treat patients that require pain management. These medications include ketorolac, aceotominophen and ibuprofen. As of 2. 01. 5, PCP's can now administer Naxolone for suspected opiate overdose.
PCPs may also receive additional training in order to perform certain skills that are normally in the scope of practice of ACPs, such as interpretation or transmission of a 1. EKG. This is regulated both provincially (by statute) and locally (by the medical director), and ordinarily entails an aspect of medical oversight by a specific body or group of physicians. This is often referred to as medical control, and is the role played by a base hospital. Advanced Care Paramedics. However, still not all provinces and jurisdictions have ACPs (Quebec, New Brunswick). The ACP typically carries approximately 2.
ACPs perform advanced airway management including intubation, surgical airways, intravenous therapy, place external jugular IV lines, perform needle thoracostomy, perform and interpret 1. ECGs, perform synchronized and chemical cardioversion, transcutaneous pacing, perform obstetrical assessments, and provide pharmacological pain relief for various conditions. Several sites in Canada have adopted pre- hospital fibrinolytics and rapid sequence induction, and prehospital medical research has permitted a great number of variations in the scope of practice for ACPs. Current programs include providing ACPs with discretionary direct 2. PCI labs, bypassing the emergency department, and representing a fundamental change in both the way that patients with S- T segment elevation myocardial infarctions (STEMI) are treated, but also profoundly affecting survival rates. CCP's expertise focus on critical and ICU level care stabilizing and transporting patients from smaller hospitals with less available resources to tertiary care and regional medical programs in to other hospitals that can provide a higher level of care.
CCPs work in pairs of Critical Care Paramedics in the largest systems providing care that would normally be delivered in hospital by a physician, nurse, RRT team. Providing this care to the patient allows the sending hospital to avoid losing highly trained staff on hospital transfers. CCPs are able to provide all of the care that PCPs and ACPs provide. In addition to this they are trained for other skills such as medication infusion pumps, mechanical ventilation and arterial line monitoring. ORNGE Transport operates both land and aircraft in Ontario. In British Columbia, CCP's work primarily in aircraft with a dedicated Critical Care Transport crew in Trail for long- distance transfers and a regular CCP street crew stationed in South Vancouver that often also performs medevacs, when necessary.
Across the prairies, S. T. A. R. S. Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service uses rotary wing aircraft to reach many in isolated communities and traumatic situations for faster response time than by ground ambulance. The service, called LIFEGUARD, can respond a greater distance and to more northern communities than S. T. A. R. S. Sask air ambulance service was the first non- military air ambulance service in the world. Some exceptions are in British Columbia, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan and in the upcoming future Alberta where each paramedic regardless of level, has their own license to practice. This means that one medical doctor (the medical director ) has become familiar with the individual paramedic and then has delegated authority to that paramedic which allows them to perform specific regulated medical act under defined situations.
The scope of practice for the paramedic is defined in paramedic protocols (also referred to as advanced medical directives). These protocols specify which skill and the conditions required for the paramedic to act. Each protocol is signed by the medical director. Medical directors are generally ER physicians who work in a hospital associated with the paramedic service. The relationship between this hospital ('Base Hospital') is formalized through legal agreements. Other physicians in the base hospital who are allowed to give direct orders to paramedics that exceed their protocols (often via telephone) are referred to as delegating physicians.
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Transportation Engineering Detailed Program Requirements. The program welcomes applicants with undergraduate degrees in any scientific or engineering discipline. Admission. See prerequisites and statistics/linear algebra diagnostic. Degrees. Course Requirements for Degrees other than the MEng.
To assure programs of study of sufficient breadth and depth, we require students to take classes in several different groups. They vary slightly based upon the track chosen by the student and whether the student is in the MS/MCP program. Table 1 Course Requirements for Degrees other than the MEng Group 1. Group 2. Group 3**Group 4**Group 5.
Transportation Engineering. Transportation Systems. Group 5 class)1 (may not double count Group 4 class)Transportation MS/MCP3.
All the graduate courses in Groups 3 and 4 require CE 2. CE 2. 52 as prerequisites, although these prerequisites may be taken concurrently.**CE 1. Master of Science. See Transportation Engineering requirements.
Students can choose to pursue one of the following dual-degree programs or add a master's degree. Neuroscience and Public Policyscience and Public Policy. A dual-degree program.
There are two tracks- -Transportation Engineering Track and Transportation Systems Track. A thesis is required and 8 units of the required 2. Of these 8, at most 2 units can be in individual study, CE 2. The remaining 1. 2 units (made up of graduate and advanced undergraduate courses) can include at most 2 units of CE 2. Preferably before the end of the first semester, you should identify the professor who will be your thesis supervisor.
The interdepartmental Master of Science in Transportation (M.S.T.) degree program emphasizes the complexity of transportation and its dependence on the interaction of technology, operations, planning, management and policy.
Normal time for this degree is 2 semesters of full time study. See Transportation Engineering requirements. There are two tracks- -Transportation Engineering Track and Transportation Systems Track. At a 1- hour comprehensive examination is required. This is a 1 hour examination by a committee of the faculty. Of these 1. 2, at most 2 units can be in individual study, CE 2.
The remaining 1. 2 units (made up of graduate and advanced undergraduate courses) can include at most 2 units of CE 2. Normal time for this degree is 2 semesters of full time study. Master of Engineering (MEng)Intelligent Transportation Systems Track. Expanded surveillance, communication and computing technologies are enabling unprecedented opportunities for developing and deploying innovation that benefit managers, service providers and system users. This program prepares you to use a mix of technical and business skills to capitalize on the opportunities in the transportation infrastructure. Engineering core leadership courses (6 units): E 2.
Pardee RAND Academics and Degree Program. The Pardee RAND Graduate School aspires to be the world's leading Ph.D. Transportation Engineering Detailed Program Requirements. If you are interested in this joint degree program. You are expected to have taken a broad variety of courses in transportation (policy, operations. If you are later accepted into the degree program you can apply up to 12 credits to the master of Sustainable Transportation Degree.
Engineering Leadership IE 2. Engineering Leadership IITwo required technical elective courses (6 units): CE 2. Transportation Operations. CE 2. 52: Transportation Systems Analysis.
Two technical electives chosen from below options (6 units): CE 2. Intelligent Transportation Systems. CE 2. 55: Highway Traffic Operations. CE 2. 59: Public Transportation Systems.
CE 2. 60: Air Transportation. CE 2. 64: Behavioral Modeling. Additional coursework includes a minimum of 5 units of Integrative Capstone Projects complementing the core leadership curriculum (E 2.
MA/MB) and one unit each semester (for a total of 2 units) of the capstone integration course (E 2. For more information about the professional MEng, see Fung Institute.
The website includes information on part- time/full time enrollment, curriculum models, and possible career paths of graduates. Concurrent MCP/MS with City and Regional Planning. This 5 semester (6. It leads to the dual degrees of Master of City Planning (MCP) and Master of Science (MS) in Engineering, which separately would require 7. The Transportation requirements are the same as for the MS Degree (Plan II). You will need to work with an advisor in City Planning to make sure that the city planning degree requirements are satisfied. Normal time for this degree is 5 semesters.
An application for graduate study may be sent to either department (Civil and Environmental Engineering or City and Regional Planning) indicating interest in the concurrent degree program. Once you are admitted and enrolled for graduate study, you then add the second degree objective by petition. You must satisfy admission and degree requirements of both departments.
Please note that a joint student will be assessed City and Regional Planning's prorated professional degree fees. Admission. If you are interested in this joint degree program, you will apply through the Graduate Division online application under the City and Regional Planning and Civil and Environmental Engineering MCP/MS degree. It is one application for the joint degree. Students in CRP not previously admitted to the joint program should submit an application the CEE Transportation Engineering Admissions Officer that includes: the transcripts used to gain admission to the CRP graduate programthe most current UC Berkeley transcripta brief statement of purposea proposed plan of study that details the transportation engineering courses to be taken and the proposed sequence. Second year applicants may have to spend an extra semester to complete the degree requirements.
Doctoral. A doctoral degree in Transportation Engineering usually involves 2- 4 years of post- MS work, including a year of original dissertation research. See Transportation Engineering requirements. You are expected to have taken a broad variety of courses in transportation (policy, operations, systems and design) in addition to the basic core courses (CE 2. CE 2. 51, CE 2. 52). Your degree program should include a special emphasis in an area of interest and you need to complete 2 minors. You are also expected to be proficient in probability/statistics at the level of Stat 1.
Stat 1. 35 or CE 2. GPA in the major field. Your plan of study should be chosen in consultation with either a graduate advisor, a guidance committee, or the thesis advisor. To help develop a tentative plan of study, you should fill out the Tentative Program of Study for Doctoral Candidates (the . Have the blue form signed and returned to the AAO during your first semester of study. Once the course work has been completed, you must file with the AAO the Program of Study for Doctoral Candidates (the . At this point, you are ready for the Oral Qualifying Examination.
Examinations and other requirements. Earning the doctoral degree requires passing 3 examinations. After passing the third and final exam, you will meet regularly with faculty on your thesis committee. Doctoral work culminates in an informal thesis defense.
Preliminary examination. This is an oral examination similar to the Master's Plan II comprehensive examination, but with certain distinctions.
The Ph. D preliminary exam is a 9. Effective Spring 2. TE core curriculum as well as other TE courses you have taken over your first year. The prelim will take place at the end of the spring semester of the first year. If you have earned your MS degree in Transportation Engineering at Berkeley, you must take the preliminary exam before your new Ph. D degree goal is approved. This examination is administered by a committee or 4 instructors chosen by the faculty, and will include your research advisor.
The examination consists of 4 sets of questions, 1 set from each member of your committee. Two of the sets of questions will pertain to your main area of interest. The other 2 will cover other areas within transportation.
The purpose of the latter is to assess the breadth of your knowledge of the transportation field. Effective Fall 2. This will be a take- home, multi- day, exam, in which you are asked to review and critique research papers or reports chosen by members of the exam committee.
The review will address both the technical aspects of the paper and the significance of its scholarly contribution. The exam will involve the review of 3 papers and you will be given 4 days to complete it. It is recommended that you meet with the members of your committee prior to the exam date in order to obtain a general idea of the nature of the questions that will be asked and the evaluation criteria that will be applied. The committee will complete an evaluation of your performance on the exam within 1 week of the end of the exam week. The exam committee chair will then notify you of the result. You will pass the exam if at least 3 members of the committee approve.
You may also be given a conditional pass, contingent on completion of additional work to be determined by the committee. If you do not pass on the first try, you may be required either to redo questions on the original exam, or take a second written exam with questions from all or some of the members of the original exam committee. Normally, you will not be allowed to take the exam more than twice.
Transportation Engineering Program faculty consider this examination a necessary step toward eligibility for the University qualifying examination that is described below. Oral Qualifying Examination.
Within 6 months of the written qualifying examination, you must take the Oral Qualifying Examination. Effective Spring 2. The exam committee will include 3 TE members and 1 outside member. The exam will assess your potential to perform original research, based on a Ph. D thesis proposal and a presentation. If you demonstrate such ability, you will pass the exam, even if the proposal requires substantial revision and refinement before it can serve as the basis for a thesis.
If you fail to pass the oral examination on a first attempt, a second examination may be scheduled no later than 6 months after the original attempt and no sooner than 3 months. Upon passing the oral qualifying examination, you need to request the formation of a 3- person committee to guide you in the thesis research. These individuals must approve the thesis document before it can be filed.
Thesis work should be completed within 3 years of the written qualifying examination. If you exceed this limit, you are subject to termination. Workshop(s) with Thesis Committee. Upon passing the oral qualifying exam, you will meet with your 3- person thesis committee at least once every 1.
Harvard Kennedy School - Mason Program Admissions. Applicants to the MC/MPA Program who hold citizenship from a developing, newly industrialized, or transitional economy country must apply through the Mason Program. To start an application for 2. Master's programs admission consideration, click here. Competitive candidates for the Mason Program typically 1. Minimum TOEFL score of 6. PBT) or 1. 00—with a score of at least 2.
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Home » Biographies » Edward S. Mason: Political Economist, 1899-1992 Edward S. Click here to view supplemental reading about Edward S. The Mid-Career Master in Public Administration Edward S. Mason Program (Mason Program) is the Harvard Kennedy School’s flagship international program. Each year, approximately 80 demonstrated leaders from developing, newly. George Mason Summer Journalism Program 2016. Mason Program Mid-Career Master in Public as the Mason Program) isthe School's flagship international program. UNIVERSITY.May 12, 2011. Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication, and was.
BT). For those taking the IELTS, a minimum band score of 7 is required with a score of at least 7 in each section. Only applicants whose four- year undergraduate degree was conducted fully in English, or whose native language is English, are exempt from the TOEFL or IELTS requirement. Please note that there is no exemption for applicants who have completed a Masters degree or Ph.
D in English. Some applicants may be asked to participate in an interview with a professor or officer from the School. The Office of Admissions does not need to receive official score reports by the application deadline. Applicants should enter their own test registration and score information on the application. The Office of Admissions requires that official test scores be sent directly from the testing agencies prior to enrollment of admitted candidates.
The deadline for receipt will be provided to candidates after they have been notified of admission. Applications are evaluated on a variety of criteria, including the quality of each candidate’s professional experience, prior academic performance, potential for influencing public decisions, and evidence of English language proficiency. Please refer to the instructions included with the online application for complete details on application requirements. Most Mason Program students at Harvard Kennedy School are supported by fellowships through their employers, governments, or grant agencies, with these funds supplemented by personal and family resources. Visit the Student Financial Services website for information on scholarships and financial aid. For information on tuition and fees, please visit the Tuition & Financial Aid section of our website.
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Mason, former dean of the Littauer Graduate School of Public Administration and a professor of economics, died Saturday of a stroke at the age of 9. Mason founded the Harvard Institute for International Development (HIID)- -at the time called the Development Advisory service- -and served as the second dean of the Littauer School- -now the Kennedy School- -between 1. Mason was a major figure in establishing U. S. Perkins, director of HIID, spoke of Mason's .
Mason Program, a one- year masters program for public administrators of developing nations. Current alumni of the program number more than 1. Mexico. He served as president of the American Economic Association and advisor to the World Bank, and wrote several books, including The World Bank Since Bretton Woods. Mason, a Rhodes scholar, received an M. A. He retired from teaching in 1. Santa Barbara, Calif. A memorial service will be held at Memorial Chapel on April 8 at 1 p.