• Dédale T.2

    Takamichi

    Un survival intelligent et positif comme vous ne l'avez jamais vu !
    Reika et Yôko, deux étudiantes, errent dans un gigantesque bâtiment,
    véritable dédale sans fin défiant l'imagination. Seul indice : un
    mystérieux message posé sur une table basse signé Tagami, un célèbre
    créateur de jeux vidéo, qui semble en savoir long sur cet
    endroit. Quelle est la nature de l'étrange lieu dans lequel elles
    errent ? Pourquoi Reika et Yôko sont-elles le seul espoir de
    l'humanité ? Conclusion de ce "survival" à l'atmosphère unique, où
    les héroïnes devront garder leur enthousiasme et l'esprit vif pour
    espérer retrouver le monde réel !

  • Dédale T.1

    Takamichi

    Un survival intelligent et positif comme vous ne l'avez jamais vu !
    Reika et Yôko, deux étudiantes, errent dans un gigantesque bâtiment,
    véritable dédale sans fin défiant l'imagination. Seul indice : un
    mystérieux message posé sur une table basse signé Tagami, un célèbre
    créateur de jeux vidéo, qui semble en savoir long sur cet
    endroit. Quelle est la nature de l'étrange lieu dans lequel elles
    errent ? Pourquoi Reika et Yôko sont-elles le seul espoir de
    l'humanité ? Découvrez un "survival" à l'atmosphère unique, où les
    héroïnes devront garder leur enthousiasme et l'esprit vif pour
    espérer retrouver le monde réel !

  • This book provides a valuable information source for olfaction and taste which includes a comprehensive and timely overview of the current state of knowledge of use for olfaction and taste machines Presents original, latest research in the field, with an emphasis on the recent development of human interfacing Covers the full range of artificial chemical senses including olfaction and taste, from basic through to advanced level Timely project in that mobile robots, olfactory displays and odour recorders are currently under research, driven by commercial demand

  • The Japanese Pure Land master Shinran (1173-1262) was a product of his age. His angst in the period of the decay of the Dharma, his subsequent search for spiritual liberation, and his ultimate discovery of the path of the nembutsu could not have occurred isolated from the social temper of his time, any more than his religious thought could have developed beyond the fabric of traditional Japanese Buddhist teachings and practices.
    This study concentrates on the relationship between Shinran's experiences in the first half of his life and his historical and social environment. Both the boldness and subtlety of his ideas begin to emerge in this examination, moving beyond the hagiographical limitations often characteristic of research into the Shin tradition.
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    Numerous Shinran studies have been bound by the limitations of either purely historical or religious-philosophical analysis. But these two approaches have rarely been combined, and since Shinran's early life and his cultural environment together constitute not only the basis but also the matrix of his mature thought and practice, such a combination reveals both the power of his ideas and the cultural factors that stimulated their development.

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