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Rahmani L. , Messaoudene M. , 2019 . The role of a positive spirit in the attractiveness, sociability and success of a public place . Quaestiones Geographicae 38(4), Bogucki Wydawnictwo Naukowe , Poznań , pp. 49–62 . 9 tables, 8 figs. Introduction For a long time, architects, urbanists, scene makers and administrators have been interested in the material component to address the challenge of fulfilling the requirement for attractiveness, conviviality, sociability and success of public places ( Whyte 1980 ), and some have even become masters and experts

), Communion in the Spirit: The Holy Spirit as the Bond of Union in the Theology of Jonathan Edwards . Studies in Evangelical History and Theology. Carlisle, UK: Paternoster. Calvin J (1851) Commentary on the Book of the Prophet Isaiah . Pringle W (trans). Edinburgh: Calvin Translation Society. Calvin J. (1948) Commentaries on the Catholic Epistles. Owen J (trans). Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans. Calvin J. (1960) Institutes on the Christian Religion . McNeill JT (ed) Battles FL (trans). Philadelphia, PA: Westminster. Calvin J. (1961) The Gospel According to St John 11

It is the Spirit who gives life (John 6:63): Experience and the Formulation of Theology* Olga ZaprOmetOva** This paper was presented at the international conference “Theology of the Holy Spirit: Personal Experience and Charismatic Movements in Contemporary Churches” held in Sibiu (2014). Although the role of the charismatic experience in the history of Christianity is a well-known fact it is still of particular interest for today due to the growth of Pentecostalism and charismatic movements worldwide. By turning to Hildegard of Bingen and to Martin Luther

References Copleston, F. (1995). Historia filozofii [History of Philosophy]. Warszawa: PAX, 176-187. Hegel, G .w.F. (1963). Fenomenologia ducha [Phenomenology of Spirit] vol. l. Warszawa: PWN. Gromczyński, W. (1969). Heglowska teoria Pana i Niewolnika i jej wpływ na Sartre'a [Hegelian Master-Slave Theory and Its Influence on Sartre]. In Człowiek, świat rzeczy, Bóg w filozofii Sarte'a. Warszawa: PWN. Panasiuk, R (1979). Koncepcja podmiotu poznania w Hegla "Fenomenologii ducha" [The Concept of the Subject of Cognition in Hegel "Phenomenology of Spirit"]. In

The Problem of the Place of the Person of the Holy Spirit in Orthodox Ecclesiology of the 20th Century (on the example of Eucharistic ecclesiology of Nicholas Afanasiev) Kseniya BoBKova* The question of the place of the Holy Spirit in the Orthodox Ecclesiology is not a new one, but it still remains open. In this article special attention is devoted to the Eucharistic Ecclesiology of Nicholas Afanasiev, in which he has tried to give to the Person of the Holy Spirit an essential place, and to the ecclesiological ideas of George Florovsky, who in his

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The theme presented is aimed at attempting to perceive the fundamental qualities of the man’s personality (body, soul and spirit) from the philosophical, anthropological and theological point of view and, at the same time, to establish the value reflections towards its (current and universal) existential orientations. Namely, today's experience shows us that tendencies with notable prevailing of corporality over the other constitutive properties of the human being are constantly getting stronger. The body cult is vigorously stressed: body building and fitness clubs, as well as special gyms and wellness facilities (saunas, hydro massage baths, tepidariums are advertised, which should satisfy the increased corporal‐hedonistic and corporal‐aesthetic motives. This disturbing of the essential and human structure established by God demands the return to the original settings of Christian trichotomy (not serving the body but serving of the body), whereby a balanced and harmonious relationship between the body, the soul, and the spirit is developed by equally bearing in mind all three areas on which all three "gymnastics" are tuned and effectively performed, which leads to overall development and fulfilment of a human being.

;51(8-12):1041-7. Balseiro A, Espi A, Marquez I, Perez V, Ferreras MC, Marin JF, et al., Pathological features in marine birds affected by the Prestige oil spill in the north of Spain. J Wild Dis 2005;41(2):371-8. Tasman Spirit oil spill — assessment report [cited Oct 2005]. Available from: http://www.reliefweb.int/ochaunep/edr/Pakistan.pdf Urum K, Grigson S, Pekdemir T, McMenamy S. A comparison of the efficiency of different surfactants for removal of crude oil from contaminated soils. Chemosphere 2006;62(9):1403-10. King RW. Petrolium: its composition, analysis and processing

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Spirit and body of the man living in the world of modern technology are discussed in the paper. The entire life of modern man is under the pressure of rapid and far‐reaching changes in economy, organisation, education, self‐image. The relations between the spirit and the body on the one side and illness and health, money, media, narcissism, morality and national identity on the other side are studied in the article. Particular attention is paid to the relationship between the world of modern science and technology and the quality of life focusing on the mind and body. The fact emphazised in the conclusion is that the nature of Western ‐ European civilization has been changing with predominant turning to the SELF, to the absolute interest of an invidual in terms of materialism. The result of this civilizational turn is jeopardizing the spirit and the body of modern man.

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This study introduces a reliable method to detect adulteration of spirit drinks. Excitation-emission matrix (EEM) fluorescence in combination with parallel factor analysis (PARAFAC) and partial least squares (PLS) regression was used to determine the content of water and ethanol in adulterated fruit spirit samples. EEM fluorescence spectra recorded in the emission wavelength range of 315–450 nm and in the excitation wavelength range of 240–305 nm were used for PARAFAC. The model created using PARAFAC-PLS was able to predict the water and ethanol level in adulterated apple spirit with the root mean square error of prediction (RMSEP) values of 1.9 % and 1.8 %, respectively. Regarding adulterated plum spirit, the RMSEP values of 0.7 % and 3.5 % were obtained for water and ethanol, respectively. The aim of this work was to determine whether EEM-PARAFAC can be used to distinguish between plum and apple spirit. Better results were obtained for apple spirit and the method is useful also for water-apple spirit blends.

Bibliography Bonhoeffer D (1992) Life Together . London: SCM Press. Buber M (1999) I and Thou . Edinburgh: T&T Clark [1923]. Fee G (1996) Paul, the Spirit, and the People of God. Peabody, MA: Hendrickson. Forsyth PT (2002) The Soul of Prayer . Vancouver: Regent College Publishing. Gunton CE (1988) The Spirit as Transcendent Lord: The Spirit and the Church in Calvinist and Cappadocian . London: Congregational and Memorial Trust. McFarlane GWP (1996) Christ and the Spirit: The Doctrine of the Incarnation according to Edward Irving . Carlisle: Paternoster. O