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Item Description: Books Llc Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 74. Kapitel: Abbé Pierre, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kapuzinerkirche, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung entschied er sich, Priester zu werden. Sein Vater engagierte sich philanthropisch für die Armen: Als Kind erlebte Henri, wie sein wohlhabender Vater in der Freizeit Obdachlosen die Haare schnitt sowie für Essen und Kleidung der Bedürftigen sorgte. Zur Wahl des Priesterberufs bestärkte ihn auch ein Besuch in Assisi. Mit 20 Jahren trat er in den Kapuz. 76 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159173272

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Item Description: Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 85. Kapitel: Kapuziner, Kapuzinerkloster, Abbé Pierre, Kapuzinerkirche St. Elisabeth, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Kloster Rapperswil, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kloster Lad, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Kloster Acquafredda, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Seraphisches Liebeswerk der Kapuziner, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Liste von Kapuzinerklöstern in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Münster, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Santuario di Gibilmanna, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Santa Maria Immacolata a Via Veneto, Kloster San Pietro di Paliano, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung ents. 88 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159083304

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Item Description: Comissão Nacional Para as Comemorações Dos Descobrimentos Portugueses, Lisboa, 1993. Soft cover/Edição Brochada. Book Condition: Muy bueno. First Edition/ 1ª. Edição. In Folio. 128 págs. muito ilustradas. Director: António Mega Ferreira. Colaboram neste número: António Estácio dos Reis, Cecília Granja, Fernando Calapez Correia, João Rocha Pinto, Joaquim Oliveira Caetano, José Manuel Garcia, Kenneth Maxwell, Maria Antónia Quina Carvalho Fernandes, Maria Leonor Machado de Sousa, Maria José Ferro Tavares, Miguel Faria, Nuno Vassalo e Silva, Raffaella D'Intino e Rafael Moreira. Número consagrado aos Medos e às grandes fantasias de que também se fez a história dos descobrimentos portugueses. Bookseller Inventory # 000415

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Item Description: Comissão Nacional Para as Comemorações Dos Descobrimentos Portugueses, Lisboa, 1993. Soft cover/Edição Brochada. Book Condition: Muy bueno. First Edition/ 1ª. Edição. In Folio. 128 págs. muito ilustradas. Director: António Mega Ferreira. Colaboram neste número: António Estácio dos Reis, Cecília Granja, Fernando Calapez Correia, João Rocha Pinto, Joaquim Oliveira Caetano, José Manuel Garcia, Kenneth Maxwell, Maria Antónia Quina Carvalho Fernandes, Maria Leonor Machado de Sousa, Maria José Ferro Tavares, Miguel Faria, Nuno Vassalo e Silva, Raffaella D'Intino e Rafael Moreira. Número consagrado aos Medos e às grandes fantasias de que também se fez a história dos descobrimentos portugueses. Bookseller Inventory # 000414

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Item Description: Books Llc Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x4 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 74. Kapitel: Abbé Pierre, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kapuzinerkirche, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung entschied er sich, Priester zu werden. Sein Vater engagierte sich philanthropisch für die Armen: Als Kind erlebte Henri, wie sein wohlhabender Vater in der Freizeit Obdachlosen die Haare schnitt sowie für Essen und Kleidung der Bedürftigen sorgte. Zur Wahl des Priesterberufs bestärkte ihn auch ein Besuch in Assisi. Mit 20 Jahren trat er in den Kapuz. 76 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159173272

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Item Description: Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x5 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 85. Kapitel: Kapuziner, Kapuzinerkloster, Abbé Pierre, Kapuzinerkirche St. Elisabeth, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Kloster Rapperswil, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kloster Lad, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Kloster Acquafredda, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Seraphisches Liebeswerk der Kapuziner, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Liste von Kapuzinerklöstern in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Münster, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Santuario di Gibilmanna, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Santa Maria Immacolata a Via Veneto, Kloster San Pietro di Paliano, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung ents. 88 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159083304

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Item Description: Books LLC Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 74. Kapitel: Abbé Pierre, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kapuzinerkirche, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung entschied er sich, Priester zu werden. Sein Vater engagierte sich philanthropisch für die Armen: Als Kind erlebte Henri, wie sein wohlhabender Vater in der Freizeit Obdachlosen die Haare schnitt sowie für Essen und Kleidung der Bedürftigen sorgte. Zur Wahl des Priesterberufs bestärkte ihn auch ein Besuch in Assisi. Mit 20 Jahren trat er in den Kapuz. 76 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159173272

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Item Description: Books LLC Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 74. Kapitel: Abbé Pierre, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kapuzinerkirche, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung entschied er sich, Priester zu werden. Sein Vater engagierte sich philanthropisch für die Armen: Als Kind erlebte Henri, wie sein wohlhabender Vater in der Freizeit Obdachlosen die Haare schnitt sowie für Essen und Kleidung der Bedürftigen sorgte. Zur Wahl des Priesterberufs bestärkte ihn auch ein Besuch in Assisi. Mit 20 Jahren trat er in den Kapuz. 76 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159173272

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Item Description: Frankfurt : Peter Lang, 2013. Originalhardcover. Book Condition: Sehr gut. 366 S. Contents: Karolina M. Cern/Bartosz Wojciechowski: Postmetaphysical approach to moral autonomy and justification of the thesis of the necessary relations between the legal and moral discourse – Marco Antonio Oliveira de Azevedo: Commands and Claims – Maciej Pichlak: The Autonomy from Morality as a Moral Claim: on Some Paradox of Legal Positivism – Martin Škop: Legal Rules, Moral Norms and Arbitrariness – Barbara Weber: Between Rationality (Habermas) and Sympathy (Rorty): Two Pragmatic Perspectives on Human Rights – Sebastian Sykuna/Jerzy Zajad?o: Towards a New Theory of Hard Cases – Massimo Leone: Citizens of a Lesser God - Religious Minorities and the Legal Discourse of Multi-Cultural Democracies: the Case of Canada – Marta Soniewicka: How Dangerous Can the Sterilized Needle Be? Torture, Terrorism, and the Self-Refutation of the Liberal-Democratic State – Paul Bouissac: The Legal Status of Animals: From Perpetrators of Wrongs to Victims of Abuses – Piotr W. Juchacz: Public Hearing: On the Dangers of Adversarial Participation – José Manuel Aroso Linhares: Law in/as Literature as an alternative humanistic discourse. The Unavoidable Resistance to Legal Scientific Pragmatism or the Fertile Promise of a Communitas Without Law? – Leszek Leszczyn'ski: Legal Certainty and Legal Discretion in the Statutory Legal Law – Lin Yuchuan: Confucianism and the Localization of Chinese Political Democracy – Agnieszka Chodun': Influence of Internationalisms on communicativeness of legal discourse – Romina Amicolo: Legal Rules in the Name of Democracy and Democracy in the Name of Legal Rules: Parallel Deaths of Socrates and Julius Caesar. ISBN 9783631640081 Sprache: en Gewicht in Gramm: 550. Bookseller Inventory # 1025224

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Item Description: Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 85. Kapitel: Kapuziner, Kapuzinerkloster, Abbé Pierre, Kapuzinerkirche St. Elisabeth, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Kloster Rapperswil, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kloster Lad, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Kloster Acquafredda, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Seraphisches Liebeswerk der Kapuziner, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Liste von Kapuzinerklöstern in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Münster, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Santuario di Gibilmanna, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Santa Maria Immacolata a Via Veneto, Kloster San Pietro di Paliano, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung ents. 88 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159083304

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Item Description: Aug 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Quelle: Wikipedia. Seiten: 85. Kapitel: Kapuziner, Kapuzinerkloster, Abbé Pierre, Kapuzinerkirche St. Elisabeth, Pio von Pietrelcina, Fidelis von Sigmaringen, Père Joseph, Ignaz Aurelius Feßler, Guido Benedikt Beck, Guglielmo Massaia, Jean-Henri Maubert de Gouvest, Alexius von Speyer, Paulus Terwitte, Ingbert Naab, Benedict Groeschel, Kloster Rapperswil, Luigi Padovese, Georg von Pfronten-Kreuzegg, Gideon Spicker, Sebastian Englert, Wilhelm Egger, Ambrosius von Oelde, Felix von Cantalice, Charles Joseph Chaput, Franz Xaver Hacker, Paul Hinder, Marco d Aviano, Leopold Mandic, Stephan Steinberger, Georg Müßig, Laurentius von Schnifis, Walter Ludin, Kloster Lad, Sigbert Wagener, Cyprian Fröhlich, Anton Rotzetter, Konrad von Parzham, Luis Amigó, Henri de Joyeuse, Honorat Kozminski, Theobald Mathew, Matthias von Saarburg, Cesare Bonizzi, Raniero Cantalamessa, Laurentius von Brindisi, Theodosius Florentini, Emerich Sinelli, Sean Patrick O Malley, Valerian von Magnis, Vital Maria Conçalves de Oliveira, Lucian Pulvermacher, Kloster Acquafredda, Ruggero Franceschini, Pierre Parisot, Walbert Bühlmann, Bernardo Strozzi, Jakob von Ghazir, Archangelus Löslein, Mauro Jöhri, Seraphisches Liebeswerk der Kapuziner, Juan Rodolfo Laise, Prokop von Templin, Bernardo da Corleone, Adrian Holderegger, Bernardino Ochino, Hilarin Felder, Hilarius von Sexten, Benedikt der Mohr, Samuel Gaumain, Francis Baldacchino, Jirí Padour, John Aloysius Ward, Liste von Kapuzinerklöstern in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz, Adalbert Ehrenfried, Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Münster, Theophil Ruderstaller, Felizian Bessmer, Consolata Betrone, Livio Reginaldo Fischione, Osório Bebber, Stefan Knobloch, Santuario di Gibilmanna, Johann IV. von Manderscheid-Blankenheim, Francisco Chimoio, Jérôme-Michel-Francis Martin, Domenico Crescentino Marinozzi, Sixtus Josef Parzinger, Santa Maria Immacolata a Via Veneto, Kloster San Pietro di Paliano, Manfred Marent, Pellegrino Tomaso Ronchi, Heribert Jone, Dietrich Wiederkehr, Lino Esterino Garavaglia, Caetano Antônio Lima dos Santos, Ignazio da Laconi, Peter Baptist Tadamaro Ishigami, Giuseppe Germano Bernardini, Antônio Eliseu Zuqueto, Martin von Cochem, Adalberto Paulo da Silva, Calogero Peri, Georges Marcel Émile Nicolas Perron, Jorge Scarso, Heinrich Suso Braun, Agostinho José Sartori, Francesco Saverio Toppi, Giovanni Bernardo Gremoli, Francesco Gioia, Luca Milesi, Serafim Shyngo-Ya-Hombo, Agustín Romualdo Álvarez Rodríguez, Antoine Dubois, José Francisco Moreira dos Santos, Pedro Luís Guido Scarpa, Louis-François Duplessis de Mornay, Crispinus von Viterbo, Fridolin Ambongo Besungu, Ludovico Micara, Innozenz von Berzo, Mateo de Bascio, Père Marie-Benoît, Giovanni Antonio Cavazzi da Montecuccolo. Auszug: Abbé Pierre (bürgerlicher Name Henri Antoine Grouès; 5. August 1912 in Lyon; 22. Januar 2007 in Paris) war ein französischer katholischer Priester, der die Wohltätigkeitsorganisation Emmaus (franz. Emmaüs) gegründet hat. Sein Pseudonym Abbé Pierre stammt aus der Zeit des Zweiten Weltkrieges, in der er der französischen Résistance und jüdischen Flüchtlingen half. Abbé Pierre führte 30 Jahre lang die Umfragen nach dem beliebtesten Franzosen an, bis er 2005 auf eigenen Wunsch nicht mehr in dieser Rangliste aufgeführt wurde. Abbé Pierre stammte aus einer wohlhabenden Unternehmerfamilie und war das fünfte Kind eines reichen Seidenfabrikanten. Er besuchte ein von Jesuiten geleitetes Gymnasium in Lyon. In dieser Umgebung ents. 88 pp. Deutsch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781159083304

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Item Description: Books Llc Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Fuente: Wikipedia. Páginas: 172. Capítulos: Entrenadores de la Juventus Football Club, Futbolistas de la Juventus Football Club, Historia de la Juventus Football Club, Presidentes de la Juventus Football Club, Zinedine Zidane, Juventus de Turín, Alessandro Del Piero, Gianluigi Buffon, Pavel Nedved, Fabio Capello, Diego Ribas da Cunha, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thierry Henry, Fabio Cannavaro, Marcelo Salas, Fabián Carini, Roberto Baggio, Marcello Lippi, Quinquenio de Oro, Michel Platini, Tifoseria della Juventus Football Club, Derbi de Italia, David Trézéguet, Omar Sívori, Michael Laudrup, Filippo Inzaghi, Stadio delle Alpi, Edwin van der Sar, Jean-Alain Boumsong, Gianluca Vialli, Luca Toni, Mohamed Sissoko, Christian Vieri, Patrick Vieira, Mauro Camoranesi, Ian Rush, Lilian Thuram, Antonio Conte, Gianluca Zambrotta, Tiago Mendes, Gaetano Scirea, Giovanni Trapattoni, Dino Zoff, Derbi de Turín, Roberto Bettega, Alen Bok ic, Juan Esnáider, Paolo Montero, Enzo Maresca, Juan Pablo Sorín, Ciro Ferrara, Matteo Brighi, Paolo Rossi, Edgar Davids, Tarcisio Burgnich, Virginio Rosetta, Darko Kovacevic, Luigi Simoni, Milo Krasic, Fabio Quagliarella, Carlo Ancelotti, Felipe Melo, Amauri Carvalho de Oliveira, Gianluca Pessotto, Alberto Aquilani, Vincenzo Camilleri, Emerson Ferreira da Rosa, Adrian Mutu, Martín Cáceres, Angelo Peruzzi, Cesare Prandelli, Luca Fusi, Marcelo Zalayeta, Raimundo Orsi, Vladimir Jugovic, Pietro Vierchowod, Rinaldo Fioramonte Martino, Giorgio Chiellini, Christian Poulsen, David Platt, Didier Deschamps, Paolo Di Canio, Daniel Fonseca, Claudio Ranieri, Marco Di Vaio, Nicola Legrottaglie, Giovanni Ferrari, Attilio Lombardo, Fabio Grosso, Vincenzo Iaquinta, Renato Cesarini, Andrea Barzagli, Morgan De Sanctis, Rubén Olivera da Rosa, Moreno Torricelli, Fabrizio Ravanelli, György Sárosi, Alfredo Foni, Luigi Delneri, Robert Jarni, Christian Abbiati, Hasan Salihamid ic, Zdenek Grygera, Giancarlo Corradini, Eduardo Ricagni, Luis Monti, Alessandro Matri, Sebastian Giovinco, Simone Pepe, Heriberto Herrera, Alessandro Birindelli, Alexander Manninger, Hurrà Juventus, Cristiano Zanetti, Felice Borel, Mark Iuliano, Marco Storari, Roberto Boninsegna, Antonello Cuccureddu, Leonardo Bonucci, Emiliano Moretti, Pietro Rava, Umberto Caligaris, Luigi De Agostini, Silvio Piola, John Hansen, Raffaele Palladino, Kurt Hamrin, Luis del Sol, Eraldo Monzeglio, Alessandro Altobelli, Michele Padovano, Giuseppe Galderisi, Massimo Mauro, Giorgio Stivanello, Michele Serena, Carlo Ceresoli, Luigi Maifredi, Olof Mellberg, Luigi Allemandi, Dino Baggio, Andreas Isaksson, Alberto Zaccheroni, Thomas Häßler, Manuele Blasi, Antonio Cabrini, Sandro Salvadore, Rui Barros, Luigi Sartor, Pietro Anastasi, Ugo Locatelli, Olivier Kapo, Amos Mariani, Sergio Porrini, Enzo Robotti, Massimo Carrera, Roberto Galia, Luigi Bertolini, Pietro Serantoni, Claudio Gentile, Jürgen Kohler, Giampiero Boniperti, Estadio Olímpico de Turín, José Altafini, Riza Lushta, Leandro Rinaudo, Luigi Cevenini, Férénc Hirzer, Simone Perrotta, Gianfranco Leoncini, Giuliano Sarti, Aldo Serena, Aldo Olivieri, Riccardo Carapellese, Carlo Mattrel, Sergio Gori, Francesco Morini, Jonathan Zebina, Giuseppe Meazza, John Charles, Michelangelo Rampulla, Antonio Vojak, Salvatore Schillaci, Robert Kovac, Jorge Andrade, Giacomo Mari, Roberto Anzolin, Claudio Marchisio, Dario Kne evic, Giampaolo Menichelli, Giancarlo Bercellino, Sergio Cervato, Teobaldo Depetrini, Renato Olmi, Sergio Manente, Paulo Sousa, Domenico Criscito, 172 pp. Spanisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781232496328

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Item Description: Books LLC Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 246x189x10 mm. Neuware - Fuente: Wikipedia. Páginas: 172. Capítulos: Entrenadores de la Juventus Football Club, Futbolistas de la Juventus Football Club, Historia de la Juventus Football Club, Presidentes de la Juventus Football Club, Zinedine Zidane, Juventus de Turín, Alessandro Del Piero, Gianluigi Buffon, Pavel Nedved, Fabio Capello, Diego Ribas da Cunha, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Thierry Henry, Fabio Cannavaro, Marcelo Salas, Fabián Carini, Roberto Baggio, Marcello Lippi, Quinquenio de Oro, Michel Platini, Tifoseria della Juventus Football Club, Derbi de Italia, David Trézéguet, Omar Sívori, Michael Laudrup, Filippo Inzaghi, Stadio delle Alpi, Edwin van der Sar, Jean-Alain Boumsong, Gianluca Vialli, Luca Toni, Mohamed Sissoko, Christian Vieri, Patrick Vieira, Mauro Camoranesi, Ian Rush, Lilian Thuram, Antonio Conte, Gianluca Zambrotta, Tiago Mendes, Gaetano Scirea, Giovanni Trapattoni, Dino Zoff, Derbi de Turín, Roberto Bettega, Alen Bok ic, Juan Esnáider, Paolo Montero, Enzo Maresca, Juan Pablo Sorín, Ciro Ferrara, Matteo Brighi, Paolo Rossi, Edgar Davids, Tarcisio Burgnich, Virginio Rosetta, Darko Kovacevic, Luigi Simoni, Milo Krasic, Fabio Quagliarella, Carlo Ancelotti, Felipe Melo, Amauri Carvalho de Oliveira, Gianluca Pessotto, Alberto Aquilani, Vincenzo Camilleri, Emerson Ferreira da Rosa, Adrian Mutu, Martín Cáceres, Angelo Peruzzi, Cesare Prandelli, Luca Fusi, Marcelo Zalayeta, Raimundo Orsi, Vladimir Jugovic, Pietro Vierchowod, Rinaldo Fioramonte Martino, Giorgio Chiellini, Christian Poulsen, David Platt, Didier Deschamps, Paolo Di Canio, Daniel Fonseca, Claudio Ranieri, Marco Di Vaio, Nicola Legrottaglie, Giovanni Ferrari, Attilio Lombardo, Fabio Grosso, Vincenzo Iaquinta, Renato Cesarini, Andrea Barzagli, Morgan De Sanctis, Rubén Olivera da Rosa, Moreno Torricelli, Fabrizio Ravanelli, György Sárosi, Alfredo Foni, Luigi Delneri, Robert Jarni, Christian Abbiati, Hasan Salihamid ic, Zdenek Grygera, Giancarlo Corradini, Eduardo Ricagni, Luis Monti, Alessandro Matri, Sebastian Giovinco, Simone Pepe, Heriberto Herrera, Alessandro Birindelli, Alexander Manninger, Hurrà Juventus, Cristiano Zanetti, Felice Borel, Mark Iuliano, Marco Storari, Roberto Boninsegna, Antonello Cuccureddu, Leonardo Bonucci, Emiliano Moretti, Pietro Rava, Umberto Caligaris, Luigi De Agostini, Silvio Piola, John Hansen, Raffaele Palladino, Kurt Hamrin, Luis del Sol, Eraldo Monzeglio, Alessandro Altobelli, Michele Padovano, Giuseppe Galderisi, Massimo Mauro, Giorgio Stivanello, Michele Serena, Carlo Ceresoli, Luigi Maifredi, Olof Mellberg, Luigi Allemandi, Dino Baggio, Andreas Isaksson, Alberto Zaccheroni, Thomas Häßler, Manuele Blasi, Antonio Cabrini, Sandro Salvadore, Rui Barros, Luigi Sartor, Pietro Anastasi, Ugo Locatelli, Olivier Kapo, Amos Mariani, Sergio Porrini, Enzo Robotti, Massimo Carrera, Roberto Galia, Luigi Bertolini, Pietro Serantoni, Claudio Gentile, Jürgen Kohler, Giampiero Boniperti, Estadio Olímpico de Turín, José Altafini, Riza Lushta, Leandro Rinaudo, Luigi Cevenini, Férénc Hirzer, Simone Perrotta, Gianfranco Leoncini, Giuliano Sarti, Aldo Serena, Aldo Olivieri, Riccardo Carapellese, Carlo Mattrel, Sergio Gori, Francesco Morini, Jonathan Zebina, Giuseppe Meazza, John Charles, Michelangelo Rampulla, Antonio Vojak, Salvatore Schillaci, Robert Kovac, Jorge Andrade, Giacomo Mari, Roberto Anzolin, Claudio Marchisio, Dario Kne evic, Giampaolo Menichelli, Giancarlo Bercellino, Sergio Cervato, Teobaldo Depetrini, Renato Olmi, Sergio Manente, Paulo Sousa, Domenico Criscito, 172 pp. Spanisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9781232496328

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Item Description: Novas Edições Acadêmicas, United States, 2014. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 220 x 150 mm. Language: English,Portuguese Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.O estudo analisou as funcoes da pena privativa de liberdade e a racionalidade que deve prevalecer na atuacao do Estado, primando pela garantia dos direitos humanos a todos, e, que este paradigma implica o necessario esforco da sociedade na busca da efetividade da ressocializacao. Discutiu o perfil historico do sistema punitivo. A interligacao do Direito com outras ciencias para compreender os objetivos do carcere. A Criminologia, as reformas penologicas com a crise da prisao, que nao cumpre com os pressupostos das teorias penais. Pesquisou politicas de controle social, as causas da expansao punitiva que acaba deslegitimando o sistema penal. Visitou as penas alternativas, a preocupacao com a vitima do delito como um sujeito de direito, a privatizacao de estabelecimentos prisionais. Salientou as atividades laborais dirigidas aos encarcerados com finalidade educativa. A Educacao como transformacao do individuo, integrante de uma comunidade que lhe da nova oportunidade. Conclui que a educacao liberta e que a ressocializacao do agente desviante nao so e possivel como necessaria, para uma sociedade que escolheu viver em Estado de Direito. Bookseller Inventory # AAV9783639741193

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Item Description: Novas Edições Acadêmicas Dez 2014, 2014. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 220x150x12 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Titel. Neuware - O estudo analisou as funções da pena privativa de liberdade e a racionalidade que deve prevalecer na atuação do Estado, primando pela garantia dos direitos humanos a todos, e, que este paradigma implica o necessário esforço da sociedade na busca da efetividade da ressocialização. Discutiu o perfil histórico do sistema punitivo. A interligação do Direito com outras ciências para compreender os objetivos do cárcere. A Criminologia, as reformas penológicas com a crise da prisão, que não cumpre com os pressupostos das teorias penais. Pesquisou políticas de controle social, as causas da expansão punitiva que acaba deslegitimando o sistema penal. Visitou as penas alternativas, a preocupação com a vítima do delito como um sujeito de direito, a privatização de estabelecimentos prisionais. Salientou as atividades laborais dirigidas aos encarcerados com finalidade educativa. A Educação como transformação do indivíduo, integrante de uma comunidade que lhe dá nova oportunidade. Conclui que a educação liberta e que a ressocialização do agente desviante não só é possível como necessária, para uma sociedade que escolheu viver em Estado de Direito. 196 pp. Portugiesisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783639741193

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Item Description: Books LLC. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Paperback. 526 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 1.1in.Chapters: Javier Saviola, Deco, Rui Costa, Cristiano Ronaldo, Ricardo Carvalho, Nani, Peter Schmeichel, Diego Ribas da Cunha, Freddy Adu, Benni McCarthy, Anderson Lus de Abreu Oliveira, Mrio Jardel, Lus Figo, Simo Sabrosa, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Lus Fabiano, Russell Latapy, Keirrison, Vtor Baa, Fernando Meira, Nuno Gomes, Jos Antonio Reyes, Gabriel Heinze, Pierre van Hooijdonk, Ricardo Quaresma, Vladimir Stojkovi, Dean Saunders, Tiago Mendes, Eusbio, Geovanni Deiberson Maurcio, David Suazo, Paulo Bento, Maniche, Pedro Mendes, scar Cardozo, Manuel Fernandes, Simon Vukevi, Rui Marques, Hlder Postiga, Giourkas Seitaridis, Srgio Conceio, Stephen McPhee, Jos Bosingwa, Aleksandr Mostovoi, Hans-Jrg Butt, Carlos Gamarra, Luiso, Kostas Katsouranis, Pablo Aimar, Edgaras Jankauskas, Radamel Falcao, Fabrizio Miccoli, Claudio Caniggia, Paulo Ferreira, Laurent Robert, Lidson, Aly Cissokho, Mauricio Pinilla, L Cng Vinh, Fernando Couto, Jorge Cadete, Felipe Caicedo, Giorgos Karagounis, Pepe, Hugo Almeida, Lisandro Lpez, Jos Moreira, Jorge Costa, Carlos Marchena, Ricardo Pereira, Florent Sinama Pongolle, Costinha, Nuno Valente, Pablo Contreras, Paulo Sousa, Joo Moutinho, Henrique Hilrio, Jorge Andrade, Abel Xavier, Carlos Alberto de Jesus, Marcelo Moretto, Fbio Coentro, ngel di Mara, Marek Saganowski, Joo Vieira Pinto, Kamel Ghilas, Ariza Makukula, Karel Poborsk, Matas Fernndez, Almami Moreira, Artur Jorge, Juan Antonio Pizzi, Petit, Carlos Jorge Neto Martins, Mikls Fehr, Sergei Yuran, Alex Bunbury, Hugo Viana, Hassan Yebda, Miguel Veloso, Mantorras, Derlei, Paulo Futre, Marco Zoro, Bruno Alves, Jaime Pacheco, Miguel ngel Angulo, Roland Linz, Juan Esnider, Danny Miguel, Marius Niculae, Ricardo Rocha, Csar Peixoto, Jlio Csar Santos Correa, Silvio Mari, Nuno Assis, Azar Karadas, Takis Fyssas, Miguel Monteiro, Dmitri Alenichev, Zoran Filipovi, Quim, Marco Caneira, Andrei Karyaka, Phil Babb, Fernando Santos, Ibson, Mario Stani, Lucho. . . This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781153739948

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Item Description: Brepols Verlag 0. Softcover. Book Condition: Verlagsfrisch New copy. Rencontres de Philosophie Médiévale (RPM 16) Right and Nature in the First and Second Scholasticism. Derecho y Naturaleza en la primera y segunda escolástica Acts of the XVIIth Annual Colloquium of the Société Internationale pour l'Etude de la Philosophie Médiévale, Porto Alegre, Brazil, 15-18 September 2010 R. Hofmeister Pich, A. Santiago Culleton (eds.) XVII+476 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2014 ISBN: 978-2-503-55458-7 Languages: English, Spanish Paperback The publication is available. Retail price: EUR 70,00 This volume focuses on the reception and development of Aristotelian-Thomistic and (to a lesser extent) Scotistic political theory, natural law, positive law and the law of nations in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Authors of the 'Second Scholasticism' (as discussed in this volume, at least, mainly Iberian philosophers and theologians of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries) not only commented on the works and updated the teachings of medieval Scholastic masters but also introduced many new ideas in all areas of philosophy, namely logic, natural philosophy, metaphysics, moral philosophy, political philosophy and the philosophy of law. In particular, issues arising from the "discovery" of the New World presented new challenges to these thinkers, provoking various reactions among them and causing them to develop new interpretations and theories especially in practical philosophy and theology. In this volume, scholars from Europe, North America and South America identify and describe some of the main topics and central lines of thinking in this still quite unknown chapter in the history of philosophical ideas. The contributors focus on the reception and development of Aristotelian-Thomistic and (to a lesser extent) Scotistic political theory, natural law, positive law, and law of nations in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; some authors, moreover, address issues in the development of metaphysics during the same period. For the most part, the studies presented here concern the writings and thought of masters from the Universities of Salamanca, Alcalá, Évora and Coimbra, who responded to questions and conceived new theories in political philosophy, law and moral philosophy closely related to the issues pertaining to the Spanish and Portuguese colonies in the New World. Roberto Hofmeister Pich: PhD. in Philosophy, July 2001, at the University of Bonn / Germany, advised by Prof. Dr. Ludger Honnefelder (title of the thesis: Der Begriff der wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnis nach Johannes Duns Scotus); since 2001 Professor of Philosophy at the Graduate Program in Philosophy of the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS); Alfredo Santiago Culleton: PhD. in Philosophy, 2003, at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (Porto Alegre / Brazil); Full Professor of Philosophy at the Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos; Table of Contents Acknowledgements Roberto H. PICH, An Index of 'Second Scholastic' Authors Ludger HONNEFELDER, Natural Law as the Principle of Practical Reason: Thomas Aquinas' Legacy in the Second Scholasticism Pedro ROCHE ARNAS, El anónimo Quaestio in utramque partem sobre la autonomía del poder real in temporalibus Alessandro GHISALBERTI, Legge naturale e fondazione dell'Etica in Guglielmo di Ockham José Luis FUERTES HERREROS, El discurso de los saberes en la segunda escolástica Marco TOSTE, Unjust Laws and Moral Obligation in the Sixteenth-Century Salamancan Commentaries on Thomas Aquinas' De legibus Ángel PONCELA GONZÁLEZ, Filosofía del derecho en sentido pragmático: Francisco de Vitoria y la escuela de Salamanca Paula OLIVEIRA E SILVA, The Sixteenth-Century Debate on the Thomistic Notion of the Law of Nations in Some Iberian Commentaries on the Summa theologiae IIaIIae q.57 a.3: Contradiction or Paradigm Shift? António MARTINS, Natural Law and the Law of Nations: Buch. Bookseller Inventory # 187112

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Item Description: Brossura. Book Condition: nuovo. R. Hofmeister Pich, A. Santiago Culleton (eds.) XVII+476pp. Brepols, 2014. Paperback. This volume focuses on the reception and development of Aristotelian-Thomistic and (to a lesser extent) Scotistic political theory, natural law, positive law and the law of nations in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Authors of the ‘Second Scholasticism’ (as discussed in this volume, at least, mainly Iberian philosophers and theologians of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries) not only commented on the works and updated the teachings of medieval Scholastic masters but also introduced many new ideas in all areas of philosophy, namely logic, natural philosophy, metaphysics, moral philosophy, political philosophy and the philosophy of law. In particular, issues arising from the “discovery” of the New World presented new challenges to these thinkers, provoking various reactions among them and causing them to develop new interpretations and theories especially in practical philosophy and theology. In this volume, scholars from Europe, North America and South America identify and describe some of the main topics and central lines of thinking in this still quite unknown chapter in the history of philosophical ideas. The contributors focus on the reception and development of Aristotelian-Thomistic and (to a lesser extent) Scotistic political theory, natural law, positive law, and law of nations in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; some authors, moreover, address issues in the development of metaphysics during the same period. For the most part, the studies presented here concern the writings and thought of masters from the Universities of Salamanca, Alcalá, Évora and Coimbra, who responded to questions and conceived new theories in political philosophy, law and moral philosophy closely related to the issues pertaining to the Spanish and Portuguese colonies in the New World. Roberto Hofmeister Pich: PhD. in Philosophy, July 2001, at the University of Bonn / Germany, advised by Prof. Dr. Ludger Honnefelder (title of the thesis: Der Begriff der wissenschaftlichen Erkenntnis nach Johannes Duns Scotus); since 2001 Professor of Philosophy at the Graduate Program in Philosophy of the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS); Alfredo Santiago Culleton: PhD. in Philosophy, 2003, at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (Porto Alegre / Brazil); Full Professor of Philosophy at the Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos; Table of Contents Acknowledgements Roberto H. PICH, An Index of ‘Second Scholastic’ Authors Ludger HONNEFELDER, Natural Law as the Principle of Practical Reason: Thomas Aquinas’ Legacy in the Second Scholasticism Pedro ROCHE ARNAS, El anónimo Quaestio in utramque partem sobre la autonomía del poder real in temporalibus Alessandro GHISALBERTI, Legge naturale e fondazione dell’Etica in Guglielmo di Ockham José Luis FUERTES HERREROS, El discurso de los saberes en la segunda escolástica Marco TOSTE, Unjust Laws and Moral Obligation in the Sixteenth-Century Salamancan Commentaries on Thomas Aquinas’ De legibus Ángel PONCELA GONZÁLEZ, Filosofía del derecho en sentido pragmático: Francisco de Vitoria y la escuela de Salamanca Paula OLIVEIRA E SILVA, The Sixteenth-Century Debate on the Thomistic Notion of the Law of Nations in Some Iberian Commentaries on the Summa theologiae IIaIIae q.57 a.3: Contradiction or Paradigm Shift? António MARTINS, Natural Law and the Law of Nations: A Case Study Giuseppe TOSI, Sins Against Nature as Reasons For a “Just War”: Sepúlveda, Vitoria and Las Casas Jörg Alejandro TELLKAMP, Francisco de Vitoria and Luis de Molina on the Origin of Political Power Roberto H. PICH, Revisiting the Topic of the “Law of War”: The Comments on Thomas Aquinas’ Summa theologiae IIaIIae q.40 aa.1-4 by Fernando Perez (16th Century) Laura CORSO DE ESTRADA, Tesis helenísticas en exégesis escolásticas: “Conformidad con la naturaleza” Alberto Magno, Tomás de Aquino y Domingo de Soto Manuel LÁZA. Bookseller Inventory # 02429

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Item Description: DADAS AO EXERCITO PORTUGUEZ DESDE 15 DE MARÇO DE 1809 ATE' 5 D'ABRIL DE 1830, Concernentes á Organização, Economia, Disciplina, Polícia, Serviço, Saúde, e Justiça Criminal: acrescentando de muitos e interessantes Artigos de Legislação Pátria, extrahidos das Ordenações do Reino, Cartas de Lei, Provisões, Regimentos, Pragmáticas, Estatutos, Alvarás, Decretos, Regulamentos, Cartas Regias, Resoluções, Portarias, e Avisos com relação ao Estado Militar e presentemente em vigôr. Dedicado, oferecido e consagrado ao muito alto, e muito poderoso rei, O Senhor D. Miguel I., Nosso Senhor. Pelo Major do Real Côrpo d' Engenheiros . Na Tipografia de Bulhões. Anno de 1830. In 4º (de 21x15cm) com 376 págs. Encadernação da época com lombada e cantos em pele, cansada, e com perfurações de traça. Exemplar: razurado na dedicatória impressa na página de rosto: (O Senhor D. Miguel I., Nosso Senhor); trabalhos de traça marginais; e vestígios de humidade à cabeça. Inocêncio III, 350: 'João Crisostomo de Couto e Melo, Cavalleiro da Ordem de S. Bento de Avis, Bacharel formado em Mathematica pela Universidade de Coimbra (cujo primeiro anno cursou no de 1799 a 1800); Professor no R. Collegio Militar, Director das Escholas militares de primeiras letras; Membro correspondente da Sociedade de Instrucção elementar de Paris, etc. ****** Foi natural de Lamego, e filho de José do Couto; n. provavelmente pelos annos de 1778. Tendo-se mostrado partidario das idéas liberaes em 1820, foi depois um dos mais fervorosos defensores da causa do sr. D. Miguel, a quem serviu até á convenção d'Evora-monte. Creio que poucos annos sobreviveu á terminação da lucta civil, falecendo, segundo ouvi dizer, pelos annos de 1838. Repertorio das Ordens do dia, dadas ao exercito portuguez, desde 15 de Março de 1809 até 5 de Abril de 1830, concernentes á organisação, economia, disciplina, policia, serviço, saude, e justiça criminal: accrescentado de muitos artigos de legislação patria, etc. etc. Lisboa, Typ. de Bulhões 1830. 4.º de VIII ****** 376 pag. ****** É segunda edição: a primeira, muito menos completa tinha sahido no formato de 8.º. Este Repertorio ha sido depois addicionado e continuado successivamente por José Gonçalves Barbosa, Antonio José de Sousa, e Guilherme Antonio da Silva Couvreur. O sr. Joaquim José de Oliveira Machado, residente actualmente em Lisboa, tem um exemplar do dito Repertorio copiosamente additado, com numerosos artigos, omittidos no impresso; bem como possue varias outras curiosidades manuscriptas, relativas á legislação e administração militar, a cujo estudo se deu no tempo em que exerceu o logar de commissario de mostras na ilha de S. Miguel, d'onde é natural'. Location/localizacao: 7-A2-D-72. Bookseller Inventory # 1307IA010

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LEITÃO, Joaquim.

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Item Description: Lisbon, (Bertrand), 1954 [colophon and wrappers: 1955]., 1955. 307 pp., (2 ll.), errata slip. 8°, original illustrated wrappers. Overall in fine condition. Signed and dated 10-line presentation inscription on half title: A Sua Excelencia // o Senhor Prof. Doutor Antonio // de Oliveira Salazar //[illeg.] Presidente do concelho // ? Salvador de Portugal // of.e // o humilde e devotado, e // gratid[???] admirador // Joaquim Leitão // Lx. Março // 1955". ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION of these six longish short stories or brief novelas.Joaquim Leitão (1875-1955), a native of Porto, was an academic writer, author of short stories and novelas, biographer and historiographer, with a vast output of published works to his credit. For many years he was secretary-general of the Academia das Ciências de Lisboa, while performing the same function for the Assembleia Nacional.---- Saraiva & Lopes, @História da literatura portuguesa (1976) p. 1104. See also @Dicionário cronológico de autores portugueses, III, 169-70. OCLC: 8343517 (New York Public Library, Harvard College Library, Library of Congress, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, University of Chicago Library, University of California-Los Angeles, Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Hamburg Carl von Ossietzky). Porbase locates seven copies: three in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, and two each in the Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, and the Biblioteca João Paulo II-Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Not located in Copac. Bookseller Inventory # 22042

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BORGES, José Ferreira.

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Item Description: London, Impresso por Bingham, 1832., 1832. 32 pp. 8 volumes in 1. 8°, recent quarter blue cloth over decorated boards. Five small round wormholes, affecting some letters of text, but not legibility. Some browning. In less than good condition. 8 volumes in 1. ---- FIRST EDITION. A second edition was published in London the same year. This work discusses the rights of Dom Pedro, the former Emperor of Brazil, and his daughter, D. Maria da Gloria, to the throne and regency of Portugal from a constitutional and legal standpoint. The constitution is the @Carta constitutional promulgated by D. Pedro in his capacity as D. Pedro IV, King of Portugal, in 1826.Ferreira Borges (1786-1838), a leading liberal economist, political and legal thinker, received his law degree from Coimbra and quickly established a reputation as a barrister specializing in commercial law. In addition to being the author of the @Codigo commercial portuguez, enacted in 1833 and in force until 1888, he wrote many other works on commercial law as well as poetry, essays, and even the first Portuguese work on forensic medicine. He also played a leading role in the 1820 revolution, and was nominated Secretary of the Interior of the provisional government under Freire de Andrade, was a deputy to the constitutional Côrtes of 1821, as well as having been a partisan of the liberal cause during the civil wars between the liberals and conservatives and their aftermath from 1828 to 1834.The present work is bound with seven others, all by the same author, published between 1827 and 1837. All are in worse condition than the work described above. Three are only slightly worse, with a bit more worming; the others are severely wormed and one is shaved at the outer margin, affecting the text. Additional information can be supplied on request.---- Innocêncio IV, 329. Biblioteca Pública de Braga, @Catálogo do Fundo Barca-Oliveira, p. 108.Canto, @Ensaio bibliographico ? 1828-34 (1892), 417. OCLC: 51731587 (Newberry Library, British Library). Porbase locates four copies (one in poor conditon), all in the Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, also citing a single copy of the second edition at the same location. Copac repeats British Library and also cites Oxford University (apparently the second edition).---- BOUND WITH: BORGES, José Ferreira. Revista critica da segunda edicção do opusculo: "Parecer de dous concelheiros da coroa constitucional sobre os meios de se restaurar o governo representativo em Portugal." London: Impresso por R. Greenlaw, 1832.AND WITH:BORGES, José Ferreira. Observaçoens sobre um opusculo intitulado: "Parecer de dous Concelheiros da Coroa Constitucional sobre os meios de restaurar o governo representativo em Portugal." London: Impreso por Bingham, 1832.AND WITH:BORGES, José Ferreira. Do Banco de Lisboa. Lisbon: na Typografia de Antonio Rodrigues Galhardo, 1827.AND WITH: Allegação juridico-commercial sobre a clausula Livre d'avaria no contracto de risco, na causa, e a favor de Manoel José d'Oliveira, contra Isidoro d'Almeida e Filhos. Publicada por um Amigo do Commercio. Lisbon: na Typogr. de Antonio Rodrigues Galhardo, 1828.AND WITH: Memoria em refutação do relatorio e decretos do Ministro das Justiças o Revº Antonio Manoel Lopes Vieira de Castro, na parte relativa á administração commerial pelo author do Codigo. Lisbon: Typografia Transmontana, 1837.AND WITH:BORGES, José Ferreira. Autopsia do Manifesto do Infante D. Miguel, datado em 28 de Março de 1832. Por . London: Impresso por Bingham, 1832.AND WITH:[BORGES, José Ferreira]. Defeza da legislação conteuda nos artigos 1115 e 1116 do Codigo do Processo Commercial Portuguez, ou Demonstração do que é hoje o recurso de revista segundo as cathegorias do Poder Judicial marcadas na Carta Constitucional da Monarchia Portugueza. [Colophon] Lisbon: na Impressão de Galhardo e Irmãos, 1836. Bookseller Inventory # 25281

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Item Description: VOLUMEN SECUNDUM. AUCTORE D. GEORG. FRANC. HOFFMANN MED. DOCT. MEDC. PROFES. PUBL. ORDINAR. HOR. R. BOTAN. PRAEFECTO, SOC SCIENT. GOTTING. LUG. PHYSIOGR. LUND. HIST. NAT. PARIS. ALIARUMQUE MEMER. LUSITANORUM BOTANICORUM IN USUM, CELSISSIMI AC POTENTISSIMI LUSITANIAE PRINCIPIS REGENTIS DOMINI NOSTRI, ET JUSSU, ET AUSPICIS DENEO TYPIS MANDATUM CURANTE Fr. JOSEPHO MARIANO VELOSO. ULYSIPONE, TYPOGRAPHIA DOMUS CHALCOGRAPICAE, TYPOPLASTICAE AC LITTERARIAE AD ARCUM CAECI. M. DCCCI. [1801] In 8.º de 19,5x14 cm. Com [iv], 93, [iii] pags. Encadernação da época com lombada e cantos em pele, um pouco cansada. Ilustrado com magnifico frontispício aberto a buril com putti analisando fungos com instrumentos de óptica, em moldura oval, assinado ?Romão Eloy Sculp. No Arco Cego? (folha de rosto adornada com gravura xilográfica com o escudo das armas reais de Portugal) e 24 gravuras com vários tipos de fungos, todas elas coloridas manualmente e assinadas ?Almda. F. no Arco Cego? numeradas de 25 a 48. Trata-se apenas do 2.º volume de dois, o primeiro volume foi publicado em 1800. Curiosamente em bibliotecas publicas de portuguesas, apenas existe um exemplar do primeiro volume na BNP, que pode ser consultado em formato digital. Obra publicada originalmente em 3 volumes em Leipzig na Alemanha, entre 1790 e 1801. A edição portuguesa foi impressa na efémera, mas famosa, artística e inovadora impressão do Arco do Cego, que em apenas dois anos de existência (1800-18001) produziu 83 obras-primas da nossa bibliografia científica, esforço notável que mesmo com tiragens muito reduzidas nos colocou entre os primeiros países com tipografia científica de referência internacional. Exemplar com tenue assinatura de posse do Eng. Agrónomo Romão dos Passos na folha de rosto. Blake 5, 69. Borba de Moraes. Bibliogr. Bras. Período Colonial 401. Borba de Moraes. Bibliogr. Bras. 2, 897. Arco do Cego, 38. Inocêncio V, 54. ?FR. JOSÉ MARIANNO DA CONCEIÇÃO VELLOSO, Franciscano da provincia da Conceição do Rio de Janeiro, d'onde veiu para Portugal, ao que supponho, em companhia de Luis de Vasconcellos e Sousa, vice rei que fôra no Brasil, quando este se recolheu do seu governo. Foi em Lisboa Director da Typographia Chalcographica, Typoplastica e Litteraria do Arco do Cego, creada em 1799 sob os auspicios de D. Rodrigo de Sousa Coutinho, então ministro d'estado. Sendo este estabelecimento pouco tempo depois mandado incorporar na Imprensa Nacional por decreto de 7 de Dezembro de 1801, que se designava a esse tempo pelo titulo de Regia Officina Typographica, e passou a ter o de Impressão Regia, foi o P. Velloso nomeado para o logar de Director litterario da mesma juntamente com os professores Custodio José de Oliveira e Joaquim José da Costa e Sá, e o brasileiro Hypolito José da Costa, mencionados todos no presente Diccionario. Em remuneração dos servicos alli prestados e dos seus trabalhos botanicos, recebeu de D. João VI, então principe regente, a graduação ou patente de Padre ex provincial da sua provincia, e uma pensão de 500$000 réis. Foi durante algum tempo Socio effectivo da Academia Real das Sciencias de Lisboa; porém desintelligencias que teve com aquella corporação fizeram que ella o riscasse do numero dos seus membros (vej. a este respeito o Investigador Portuguez n.º LXV, a pag. 22). Partindo para o Brasil em 1807 com a familia real, viveu ainda alguns annos no Rio de Janeiro, sempre entregue aos estudos botanicos, pelos quaes se tornou celebre. - N. na villa de S. José, comarca do Rio das Mortes, districto da capitania, hoje provincia de Minas geraes, em 1742, segundo a melhor opinião, posto que alguns o dão nascido em 1732. M. a 14 de Julho de 1811. Na contadoria da Imprensa Nacional, Livro do registo de informações e officios, a fol. 30, existe registada uma conta dada ao governo em 10 de Março de 1813 pelo então administrador geral Joaquim Antonio Xavier Annes da Costa, que, a ser verdadeiro o que n'ella se expõe, não depõe muito a favor do zêlo e diligencia co. Bookseller Inventory # 1204CS005

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Item Description: Lisbon, Imprensa Libânio da Silva, 1951-1956., 1956. Illustrations in text; 9 plates. 64 pp., 3 plates; 64 pp., 3 plates; 64 pp., 3 plates; 72 pp., (6 ll.); 70 pp., (1 l.). Five issues bound in two volumes. Small folios (@Unicórnio and @Bicórnio 26.7 x 19 cm.; @Tricórnio and @Tetracórnio 25.7 x 19 cm.; @Pentacórnio 26 x 19 cm.), later full morocco, spines richly gilt with raised bands in five compartments, gilt lettering in second compartments from head, gilt dates in fourth compartments, gilt-tooled borders on covers, original illustrated wrappers bound in; @Unicórnio, @Bicórnio, @Tricórnio, and @Tetracórnio bound in the first volume, @Pentacórnio bound in the second. A very good to fine set. Five issues bound in two volumes. ---- FIRST and ONLY EDITION, a COMPLETE RUN of one of the most interesting twentieth-century Portuguese literary reviews, also significant from the graphics-arts point of view. Organized and edited by José-Augusto França, this review was privately printed in an unjustified edition of probably not more than 200 copies, thus managing to elude the attention of the censors. Indeed, it included much material ripe for censorship by the Salazar regime. The five issues appeared in May 1951, April 1952, November 1952, February 1955 and December 1956. The object, as recorded by José-Augusto França, was to "reunir de forma algo coerente textos ensaísticos e de ficção e poesias, e promover inquéritos culturais situando-se numa valorização do pensamento poético". Privately, França asserted that the aim was to favorably position surrealism in relation to neo-realism. Nevertheless, this did not prevent the collaboration of Modernists and Postmodernists from the generation of @Presença, as well as Neo-realists, together with the Surrealists. From the point of view of the history of ideas in Portugal, there are commentaries on André Gide by Jorge de Sena, "Como vivem os intelectuais portugueses a sua relação com a cultura passada em Portugal", organized by Eduardo Lourenço, "Quais os livros que valeu a pena ler, quais os livros que valeu a pena escrever", and "Para um conceito actual de modernidade". There is a @dossier on the concept of the "Homem revoltado" in relation to Portuguese literature of the first half of the twentieth century. In the fifth and final number, França wrote a final note announcing the termination of the review, saying that it had failed due to excessive ambition and lack of contributors. He states that it had not been a review of any group or generation, manifesting its independence; and he accuses @Vértice of being "comprometida num sectarismo ultrapassado" and @Graal of "repousar literariamente nas ilusões de existência que a extrema-direita proporciona". This final assessment gave rise to a polemic with José Régio in the pages of the @Diário popular.Among the "core" writers who contributed are Adolfo Casais Monteiro, António Pedro, José-Augusto França, Fernando Azevedo, Jorge de Sena (among his several pieces is one on D.H. Lawrence, with a translation of the poem "Democracy"), Eduardo Lourenço, Alexandre O'Neill, and José Blanc de Portugal. There are also contributions by Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen, António Sérgio, Delfim Santos, José Régio, Vitorino Nemésio, Almada Negreiros, Hernâni Cidade, Joel Serrão, Miguel Torga, Fernando Pessoa (a previously unpublished essay in @Tricórnio, "O @Orpheu e a literatura portuguesa"), David Mourão-Ferreira, Eugénio de Andrade, Fernando Namora, Ferreira de Castro, João Pedro de Andrade, José Osório de Oliveira, Luiz Francisco Rebello, Mário Dionísio, Tomás Ribas, Urbano Tavares Rodrigues, Ruy Cinatti, Tomás Kim, Fernando Lemos, Oscar Lopes, Alberto de Lacerda, and others. ---- Pires, @Dicionário da imprensa periódica literária portuguesa do século XX, II, ii, 584-8. Rocha, @Revistas literárias do século XX em Portugal, pp. 546-50, 661. Serpa 1279. Almeida Marques 2288. See Portugal, Biblioteca Nacional, @Unicórnio, etc.: mostra documental, 16 de Dezembro de 2006 a 3 de Março de 2007. OCLC: 559370410 (Bri. Bookseller Inventory # 37993

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