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  • Creation, Evolution and Extinction: Matter is Neither Created nor Destroyed; It is Merely Changed in Form.
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0595327273 (0-595-32727-3)
    Softcover, iUniverse, Inc.

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    Book summary:

    Learn how DNA and Mitochondria have changed the way we feel about creation and evolution and why they could be one and the same.

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  • Moore, Robert: Ethnic Statistics and the 1991 Census: Black Population of Inner Liverpool
  • Moore, Robert: Faces of the eighties: Interviews
  • Robert Moore: The Four Couples Within
    The Four Couples Within
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0782201938 (0-7822-0193-8)
    C.G. Jung Institute of Chicago

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  • Moore, Robert: Fueling around with Rick and Jan
  • Robert Moore: Georges Dumezil & "The New Comparative Mythology": A Response From Jungian Structural Psychoanalysis
  • Moore, Robert: Historical pictures of the middle ages, in black and white (Volume 1); made on the spot (from records in the archives of Switzerland)
  • Moore, Robert: Historical Pictures of the Middle Ages, in Black and White (Volume 2); Made on the Spot (From Records in the Archives of Switzerland)
  • Moore, Robert: The Imperial Maud
    The Imperial Maud
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0595329721 (0-595-32972-1)
    Softcover, iUniverse, Inc.

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  • The King Within: Accessing the King in the Male Psyche
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 038072068X (0-380-72068-X)
    Softcover, Avon Books

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    Book summary:

    In this pioneering contribution to masculine psychology, Robert L. Moore, a Jungian psychoanalyst, and Douglas Gillette, a mythologist, examine the inner King-one of the four archetypes of the male psyche. Asleep-as far as Ego-awareness is concerned-for untold generations, the King at the center of every man's soul is now returning to consciousness. His return is heralded by many men's growing sense of empowered masculine authenticity and by their enlarged capacity to empower others: other men, their friends and co-workers, the women in their lives, and their children. The inner King integrates power and nurturing, firmness and caring, courage and creativity, self-affirmation and self-sacrifice. From his central position between the world of imagination and the world of action, the King within challenges every man to take up his own scepter, to dream dreams, and to make them come true. This new revised and expanded Text Edition of The King Within recounts, as did the first edition, the many gifts the King can bestow on men. It also offers expanded discussion of techniques for accessing and regulating the King's powerful energies. Most importantly, it presents, for the first time, a 47-page description of the 16 configurations in which the four archetypes appear in men's personalities. This additional section includes newly created graphics that illustrate Robert Moore's ground-breaking "Structural Psychoanalysis," a new and vital integration of psychoanalytic and spiritual theories that will help men achieve a full and authentic maturity-so as to steward a new and better world into being.

  • King, Warrior, Magician, Lover: Rediscovering the Archetypes of the Mature Masculine
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0062506064 (0-06-250606-4)
    Softcover, HarperOne

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    The bestselling, widely heralded, jungian introduction to the psychological foundation of a mature, authentic, and revitalized masculinity.

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  • Moore, Robert: Living in Sydney (City Life S)
  • Moore, Robert: Living in Venice (City Life Series)
  • The Lover Within: Accessing the Lover in the Male Psyche
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 038072071X (0-380-72071-X)
    Softcover, Avon Books (P)

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    Book summary:

    The sequel to The King Within, The Warrior Within, and The Magician Within shows men how to feel their amorous urges without feeling overwhelmed or emasculated by them. 30,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.

  • The Magician Within: Accessing the Shaman in the Male Psyche
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0380720701 (0-380-72070-1)
    Softcover, Avon Books (P)

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    Exploring the spiritual side of the male psyche, the authors present their special program for assisting men in the move from boyhood to manhood. By the authors of The King Within. 25,000 first printing.

  • NTC's Dictionary of Latin and Greek Origins
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0844283215 (0-8442-8321-5)
    Softcover, McGraw-Hill

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    Book summary:

    This unique reference equips students with vocabulary skills that will last a lifetime. Students study Latin and Greek roots and learn the huge number of English words that derive from them. The impressive number of entries and explanations, presented in a light and non-threatening manner, will give students the vocabulary boost they need.

  • Moore, Robert: Pitmen Preachers and Politics
  • Robert Moore: The President's Men: Black United States Marshals in America (The Presidents'Men:, Volume 1)
  • Moore, Robert: Profiles of power
    Profiles of power
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0642972567 (0-642-97256-7)
    Softcover, Australian Broadcasting Commission

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  • Moore, Robert: Racism and Black Resistance in Britain
  • Moore, Robert: Recon By The Book
    Recon By The Book
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 1413461395 (1-4134-6139-5)
    Softcover, Xlibris Corp

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  • Moore, Robert: Slamming the Door: Administration of Immigration Control
  • Moore, Robert: There's Moore to Life
    There's Moore to Life
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0986915203 (0-9869152-0-3)
    Softcover, Ardith Publishing

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  • A Time to Die: The Kursk Disaster
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0385602650 (0-385-60265-0)
    Softcover, DOUBLEDAY

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    At 11.30 a.m. on Saturday 12 August 2000, two massive explosions roared through the shallow Arctic waters of the Barents Sea. The Kursk, pride of the Northern Fleet and the largest attack submarine in the world, was hurtling towards the ocean floor. In A Time to Die, award-winning television journalist Robert Moore vividly recreates this disaster minute by minute. Venturing into a covert world where the Cold War continues out of sight, Moore investigates the military and political background to the tragedy. But above all, he tells the nail-bitingly poignant human story of the families waiting ashore, of the desperate efforts of British, Norwegian and Russian rescuers, and of the Kursk sailors, trapped in the aft compartnemt, waiting for rescue, as a horrified world followed their battle to stay alive ...

  • A Time to Die: The Untold Story of the Kursk Tragedy
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 140005124X (1-4000-5124-X)
    Softcover, Three Rivers Press

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    A At 11:28 a.m. on Saturday, August 12, 2000, high in the Arctic Circle under the roiling surface of the unforgiving Barents Sea, Captain Gennady Lyachin was taking the Kursk, the pride of Russias elite Northern Fleet, through the last steps of firing a practice torpedo, part of an elaborate naval exercise. Suddenly, the torpedo exploded in a massive ?reball, instantly incinerating all seven men in the submarines forward compartment. The horror, however, was just beginning. The full, gripping story of the remarkable drama inside the Kursk and of the desperate rescue efforts has never been tolduntil now.

    In A Time to Die, a critically acclaimed best-seller in the United Kingdom, international reporter Robert Moorewho covered the Kursk tragedy from Russia as it happeneddraws on exclusive access he obtained to top Russian military figures in telling the inside story of the disaster with the factual depth of the best journalism and the compelling moment-by-moment tension of a thriller. He takes us right down inside the Kursk as two massive explosionsthe second measuring 3.5 on the Richter scalerip through compartment after compartment. Bringing the horror of the explosions vividly to life, he details the agonizing drama of the twenty-three men who survived as they fight against time to be rescued.

    In a journalistic coup, Moore obtained secret access to the Kursks highly restricted Arctic submarine base, and he makes the desolation of that forbidden world palpable on the page. As word of the tragedy breaks, he portrays the fear and growing rage of the families of the crew as they clamor for news of their loved ones and confront Vladimir Putin, Russias newly elected president.

    Moore also vividly re-creates the nail-biting tension of the heroic but deeply flawed Russian rescue efforts as men are sent down again and again, aboard antiquated mini-subs, in perilous attempts to get to the survivors. As Western rescuers are at last called in, Moore richly describes the fascinating world of the offshore divers who drop everything to make one last, desperate attempt to reach the trapped submariners.

    A Time to Die is a riveting, brilliantly researched account of the deadliest submarine disaster in history and its devastating human cost.

  • Moore, Robert: Toward the understanding of complex biochemical systems: The significance of global protein structure and thorough parametric analysis .
  • Robert Moore: Unexpected Colors
    Unexpected Colors
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0982521413 (0-9825214-1-3)
    Softcover, Beech River Books

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  • Weathermen
    by ROBERT MOORE
    ISBN 0595196292 (0-595-19629-2)
    Softcover, iUniverse

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  • Moore, Robert: Where The Gold Is Buried, A Legend Of Old Fort Niagara
  • Robert Moore: Wizard's Dilemma (Fez VI)
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