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Jaspers

Karl . 1883--1969, German existentialist philosopher
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Jaspers graduated with a BSBA degree in Accounting from The Ohio State University in 1977; furthermore he was licensed as a CPA in Ohio from 1981 to 1986, and licensed in Colorado from 2003 to 2010.
The shock for both Jaspers and Arendt came when Heidegger's "passion" turned from speculative pursuits to Nazism.
The fact that Jaspers and Arendt were, respectively, cowed and seduced by Heidegger's imposing but only intermittently coherent disquisitions on "being" and "authenticity" says as much about their powers of perception as it does about Heidegger's true stature.
Most of the rest--including Karl Jaspers, Hannah Arendt, Carl Schmitt, Walter Benjamin, Alexandre Kojeve, and Michel Foucault--are wobbly Little Leaguers.
Jasper purchased an existing plant in North Carolina for its library furniture and restored jobs to the area.
In perhaps its most significant move, Jasper last year purchased a vacant factory located 30 miles from the plant, in Taylorsville, NC, to handle finishing.
Inside the finishing facility, a Dubois UV flatline system is being installed this spring, its 120,000-foot length was disassembled in Jasper and brought to North Carolina in sections.
In North Carolina, which has Lost thousands of furniture jobs as plants laid off workers and dosed, the Jasper Group has been warmly welcomed.
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The Jasper Group traces its roots to German immigrants, skilled at woodworking, who settled in southern Indiana.
Jasper retained Blanton & Moore's 48 employees, its equipment and plant management.