© Francis Fuumu. Liberalism and his contradictions. Our format, 2023 "Fukuu Rice" -- you could call it a book, because it has a leading world intellectuals and a hunter tracking radical polarization within a liberal camp and associated with it with risks. Moreover, in his study of Liberalism and his contradictions of Francis Fukuu, rethinking historical and philosophical inventions, finds both the causes of failure and the current self-destructive liberalism, and the strong arguments for it in the future. So this book is useful for understanding the political, economic and sociocultural map of the world, the benefits and vulnerabilities of popular social-political theories today, as well as underwater rocks that occur on the feet of democratic nations. Because old compromises in the developed world are destroyed in our eyes. Many have considered a liberal society an ideal to seek, but today there are global challenges. Neberals turn economic freedom and free market into religious culture, progressions impose the priorities of the interests of individual groups and global income redistribution, extended to the right and left populations. "However, the liberalism stood before these challenges and at the end of the 20th century became a dominant organizational principle of most of the world policy," conventified by the author. This doctrine is not "old," as Vladimir Putin said, but still needed in our present world a diverse and interconnected world. That's why we need to reformulate the principles of liberal policy, but also to identify the reasons why modern people think it's incomplete. " Michael Micelo. Looking for a scapegoat: The spirit and Liter, 2023, preparing the book with the documents of Michael Micelle's "Looking for a spire of Production: "The late proscenism in Ukraine (1944-1953)" The Jewish minority of Ukraine has been in the tragic time of the great war against the Russian nation, which has inevitably led to think about a typological coincidence between the late period and the putism. Demonstrations of the Jews during Stalin and frankly the anti-Ukrainian propaganda of cutism have the same totalitarian roots. Tubular regimes exist on the basis of finding enemies as a mobilization tool. The book is talking about xsenophobic atmosphere of the last decade of the Stalin Mode (anti-Semitic incidents of 1943-1945), migration and migration, chasing representatives of creative intelligentsia, understanding Jews in mass consciousness and mythology, about doctors, etc.) So we're looking at a documentary of an isolated society, the embodiment of imperial, Stalin's dream of the only people. "Putinicism, which serves for the purpose of destroying Ukraine, is not a new phenomenon in the history of Russian authority, is like the author." His lineage is graphic and is based on the needs of the ideas today and the practices of the totalitarian dark past. For the most part, to justify external imperialism, he uses the Third Ascension rhetoric, the major borrowing motive: Our great and great people of God is the greatest divided people. The Czechs (read - Ukrainians) are subject to the language and development of the German minority; We've been forced, we have nothing but left to do before we hit the Preventory, the war has been solved by anthropologists and Zionists; In English (read -- Ukrainian) the government can stop the suffering of the British from bombing, and it needs legal demands for Germany. Instead, the excuse of aggression against Ukraine, of its own population, of pointillism is mainly based on the legacy of late-term stability, where the quest for the ethnic enemy was a state policy. Demonstrations of the Jews during Stalin and frankly the anti-Ukrainian propaganda of cutism have the same totalitarian roots. A legacy of the state anti-Semitism of the Soviet era, which was raised by a shell provocation, is still emerging from the surface, and from time to time, the number of mosques, and the Putin and Lazavu, the eradication of the multinational aggression, is expressed as a shameful xenophobia statement. Ukrainian and absurdly antiWestern hysteria, which Russian propaganda has been blowing up for the past years, and is too much like the products of the late Stalin's agitopope. " Alexander L. Chapman, Kim I. Greatz, Matthew T. Tull. Acoustic behavioral therapies to overcome anxiety. A working notebook. & gt; & gt;: The teachings of the Roseglory of Burlka, 2023, "Since you read this book, it is possible that you or some of your people are struggling to get rid of the anxiety you're trying to get rid of. If it is, it is important for you to know that you are not alone in this struggle. " Mostly in Alexander L study. Chapman, Kama L. Greater, Matthew T. Tula "Contemporary behavioral therapy to overcome anxiety. The working probe briefly describes the causes and symptoms of disorders and tells us about the skills of the dialectic behavioral therapy that allows us to solve the problem. Here you can find exercises to help you identify their experiences with anxiety and their trigers and successfully deal with them. The book is based on readers who want to get rid of different kinds of anxiety, and can be used as a self-help manual. "The anxiety issues so widely that in the last three decades, there have been a huge increase in research in the field of disturbing disorders -- remind the authors." But even though we know a lot about these conditions, what's causing them, and the successful treatment practices, people continue to suffer because of the feeling of anxiety. For example, a survey of about 10,000 U.S. respondents showed that, except for disorders related to using psychoactive substances, anxiety disorders are the most common mental diagnosis. In fact, almost a third of the question of people at least once was in this state at some point of their life. " Anyway, the book, as you can see, is more than relevant to the Ukrainian reader. Olga Zhurenenko. From Snake to Macha: Ukrainian beliefs in myths and fairy tales. The publishing group on top, 2024, many in our modern lives can be explained by ancient things. For example, Ukrainian Blud. "Have you ever gotten lost, like in the woods?" asked the author of this strange book. The old lady would have said it was a blouse. Who is he? This is the forest of a dangerous spirit that possesses the gift of transgressions and calls to assist the lazy man. "The evil spirit of wandering that didn't land in heaven, but howls in the air." The book generally contains 28 illustrious stories that have known from the childhood images of Ukrainian tales, myths and legends in a new light. It's shown that because of belief and legend, ancient Ukrainians have documented understanding of the world and their place on Earth. And there's also a unique way of representing some of the fabulous images described in the book, because even the heroes of evil weren't even for the Ukrainians of 100 percent bad. The fairy tales and legends describe also the norms of behavior and self-perception of our ancestors, and the key thing is their unbreakable connection to the present. So, the book will teach "decrypt" long-known figures and symbols, value the story of their people, be proud of his wisdom, full of imagination, respectful of nature, by force, of man, of invention. "And the world of Ukrainian fairy tale is the world of infinite transformations, representing changes in society and human thinking, like a car wash. If Christianity is a major thief in fairy tales: He was a saint, so after the fall of Rodi's palm, he intercepted the devil, and then later -- to have a devil, or just a Macha. These were all so-called thieves, who were all offended, so they were always fighting the welfare people. " Bad Mamama (Angela Yermenko). Go without fear. It's because of the one who has failed. Yakaboo Publing, 2023 -- this book -- tells you that divorce is okay when you don't like your life. The key is to realize this choice and to take the first step. And with the next help, this book is going to work out. Haven't you ever been here before? The months had stood on line to get married, hardly suspected that soon we could get separated online. You may not even look at each other's eyes, especially when the man is in Ukraine, and the woman is abroad. I mean, it's completely, as they say, not a question for the present life. Instead, in the book of Bad Mamama (Ange Yemenko), "Go without fear. The experience of the one who has been ventured is others. What do I do when the idea of a happy marriage didn't work? How do you plead for a divorce? Don't you feel guilty about the kids? Understand how to make relationships work after breaking up so that everyone's happy? How do you get back to your profession or make a new one? Don't you feel guilty? The whole divorce topic is relevant, but unfortunately, it's still quite open in Ukrainian, and it's full of condemnation and prosecution. Because "long and happy" are often different for men and wives. Instead, a car in your own experience tells me that divorce is okay when you don't like your life. The key is to realize this choice and to take the first step. And with the next help, this book is going to work out. "This book about a woman who had completely changed her life strategy," says the author. getting married, having a baby (maybe not one), being a wife, having a good relationship. Maybe today it's not very fashionable, but my generation of women -- the ones that are now thirty (older) -- they wanted that. It's probably because the cultural, religious, socially, the person in the life of women is putting the main place, and this is the highest summit that a woman has to conquer, and only after that think about how to make her new life. But many of us standing on this top, at some point, realize that this is not at all a top, just plain plain plain, maybe even a hole that you have to get out of. "