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Searching for Utopia
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Searching for Utopia ab 80.49 € als epub eBook: Universities and Their Histories. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Sachthemen & Ratgeber, Erziehung & Bildung,

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BioShock: The Collection (PC) - Steam Key - GLOBAL
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Launched in 2016, Bioshock: The Collection is the ultimate combination of all three Bioshock titles, along with their DLC. Gathered in one package, each games was significantly refreshed and feature improved graphics with higher resolution and enhanced visual effects.Enjoy gameplay in highest qualityBeautifully remastered in 1080p. BioShock: The Collection features all the single-player content from BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite, along with all the DLCs, such as the “Columbia’s Finest” pack or both parts of the Burial at Sea story DLC. Now you can enjoy the belove FPS with RPG elements in 1920x1080 resolution at 60 frames per second.Let’s go back to the start: BioShockBioShock trilogy starts with Bioshock. As a castaway from a plane wreck, you enter a lighthouse, which turns out to be the entrance to the underwater city of Rapture. Designed to be a Utopia, the life in Rapture was to be led unbothered by any earthly sorrows. And so it was, until the discovery ADAM, a substance providing superhuman abilities. This turned out to be the beginning of the end of utopian Rapture.The social tensions led to conflicts between factions. Now Rapture is a collapsed city, captured by crazy mutant wretches who inhabit the ruins. The only way to survive there right now is to use ADAM. Getting it, however, entails extremely hazardous challenges. Loaded with a whole arsenal of weapons you explore the underwater ruins facing countless obstacles on your way.From robots, through mutants, to end with Little Sisters and their Big Daddies you will encounter dozens of enemies. Be prepared to modify your DNA, as it can provide you with even more deadly tools.Ten years later… BioShock 2You find yourself back in Rapture. This time, however, you’re exploring the underwater world from the perspective of the first, prototypical Big Daddy. Roam through the decrepit and beautiful fallen city, searching for the new threat—an unseen female ruler of Rapture.BioShock 2 lets you to shoot and use plasmids at the same time, which will undoubtedly enhance your gameplay experience. Enjoy new missions and challenges, as well as new combat options, such as combining plasmids with various traps to create something more powerful than the sum of its parts. Explore impressively designed new areas and locations, such as the Fontaine Futuristics, where ADAM is being researched.Time for a change: Bioshock InfiniteThe third part of BioShock’s trilogy will take you to the flying city of Columbia. Taking place in 1912 it introduces you to Booker DeWitt who once worked for the Pinkerton detective agency. Sent to find and rescue a woman called Elizabeth trapped in the flying city, Booker finds himself in mortal danger.Once an utopia, Columbia is now more like an armed fortress, ruled by a group of criminals, who use to it kidnap and jail people, creating a threat to the whole world. Can you manage to fulfill your mission, right in the middle of a serious conflict of interests? Fortunately, a new set of weapons and special features arrives at your disposal!

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BioShock: The Collection (Xbox One) - Xbox Live...
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Launched in 2016, Bioshock: The Collection is the ultimate combination of all three Bioshock titles, along with their DLC. Gathered in one package, each games was significantly refreshed and feature improved graphics with higher resolution and enhanced visual effects.Enjoy gameplay in highest qualityBeautifully remastered in 1080p. BioShock: The Collection features all the single-player content from BioShock, BioShock 2, and BioShock Infinite, along with all the DLCs, such as the “Columbia’s Finest” pack or both parts of the Burial at Sea story DLC. Now you can enjoy the belove FPS with RPG elements in 1920x1080 resolution at 60 frames per second.Let’s go back to the start: BioShockBioShock trilogy starts with Bioshock. As a castaway from a plane wreck, you enter a lighthouse, which turns out to be the entrance to the underwater city of Rapture. Designed to be a Utopia, the life in Rapture was to be led unbothered by any earthly sorrows. And so it was, until the discovery ADAM, a substance providing superhuman abilities. This turned out to be the beginning of the end of utopian Rapture.The social tensions led to conflicts between factions. Now Rapture is a collapsed city, captured by crazy mutant wretches who inhabit the ruins. The only way to survive there right now is to use ADAM. Getting it, however, entails extremely hazardous challenges. Loaded with a whole arsenal of weapons you explore the underwater ruins facing countless obstacles on your way.From robots, through mutants, to end with Little Sisters and their Big Daddies you will encounter dozens of enemies. Be prepared to modify your DNA, as it can provide you with even more deadly tools.Ten years later… BioShock 2You find yourself back in Rapture. This time, however, you’re exploring the underwater world from the perspective of the first, prototypical Big Daddy. Roam through the decrepit and beautiful fallen city, searching for the new threat—an unseen female ruler of Rapture.BioShock 2 lets you to shoot and use plasmids at the same time, which will undoubtedly enhance your gameplay experience. Enjoy new missions and challenges, as well as new combat options, such as combining plasmids with various traps to create something more powerful than the sum of its parts. Explore impressively designed new areas and locations, such as the Fontaine Futuristics, where ADAM is being researched.Time for a change: Bioshock InfiniteThe third part of BioShock’s trilogy will take you to the flying city of Columbia. Taking place in 1912 it introduces you to Booker DeWitt who once worked for the Pinkerton detective agency. Sent to find and rescue a woman called Elizabeth trapped in the flying city, Booker finds himself in mortal danger.Once an utopia, Columbia is now more like an armed fortress, ruled by a group of criminals, who use to it kidnap and jail people, creating a threat to the whole world. Can you manage to fulfill your mission, right in the middle of a serious conflict of interests? Fortunately, a new set of weapons and special features arrives at your disposal!

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Marx and Marxism
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Gregory Claeys is Professor of History at Royal Holloway, University of London, and a leading historian of socialism and utopianism. He is the author of several books, including Searching for Utopia, which has been acclaimed as 'magnificent' by the Times Higher Education.

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Marx and Marxism
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Gregory Claeys is Professor of History at Royal Holloway, University of London, and a leading historian of socialism and utopianism. He is the author of several books, including Searching for Utopia, which has been acclaimed as 'magnificent' by the Times Higher Education.

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Oneida Utopia
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Oneida Utopia ab 15.49 € als epub eBook: A Community Searching for Human Happiness and Prosperity. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Religion,

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Utopia Is Creepy: And Other Provocations , Hörb...
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A freewheeling, sharpshooting indictment of a tech-besotted culture. With a razor wit, Nicholas Carr cuts through Silicon Valley's unsettlingly cheery vision of the technological future to ask a hard question: Have we been seduced by a lie? Gathering a decade's worth of posts from his blog, Rough Type, as well as his seminal essays, Utopia Is Creepy offers an alternative history of the digital age, chronicling its roller-coaster crazes and crashes, its blind triumphs, and its unintended consequences. Carr's favorite targets are those zealots who believe so fervently in computers and data that they abandon common sense. Cheap digital tools do not make us all the next Fellini or Dylan. Social networks, diverting as they may be, are not vehicles for self-enlightenment. And "likes" and retweets are not going to elevate political discourse. When we expect technologies - designed for profit - to deliver a paradise of prosperity and convenience, we have forgotten ourselves. In response Carr offers searching assessments of the future of work, the fate of reading, and the rise of artificial intelligence, challenging us to see our world anew. In famous essays including "Is Google Making Us Stupid?" and "Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Privacy", Carr dissects the logic behind Silicon Valley's "liberation mythology", showing how technology has both enriched and imprisoned us - often at the same time. Drawing on artists ranging from Walt Whitman to the Clash while weaving in the latest findings from science and sociology, Utopia Is Creepy compels us to question the technological momentum that has trapped us in its flow. "Resistance is never futile," argues Carr, and this audiobook delivers the proof. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steven Menasche. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/gdan/002024/bk_gdan_002024_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Oneida Utopia
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Oneida Utopia ab 14.99 EURO A Community Searching for Human Happiness and Prosperity

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Searching for Utopia
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Searching for Utopia ab 80.49 EURO Universities and Their Histories

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