Theorists, philosophers and consciousness researchers were sublime hysterics for Freud; they try to establish the truth about being, man, love, death, etc. only out of themselves by screwing up their own thougths.
Author: Günter von Hummel
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
If for love hate and for death life are opposites, then in the 'other way round' of love and death the opposites cancel each other out. For this, the simple, only mirroring consciousness must be distinguished from the deeper awareness, which can only be experienced securely in a self-analytical practice (an-alytical psychocatharsis). The author also shows by means of contrasts in other areas that a new view, indeed a kind of vi-sion, can expand conventional psychoanalysis by means of such a practice. It contains not only analytical but also medi-tative aspects and can thus be learned by everyone himself - as also described in the book.
The imagery of the book builds on Ivanov's traditional recurring use of repeated antithetical concepts (fire-water, macrocosm-microcosm, light ray-reflection, dark of the abyss-light of redemption, agony/torment-joy, love-death, etc.) ...
Author: Neil Cornwell
Category: Literary Criticism
First Published in 1998. This volume will surely be regarded as the standard guide to Russian literature for some considerable time to come... It is therefore confidently recommended for addition to reference libraries, be they academic or public.
DEATH The beauty of death is that everyone will get to face the truth then. ... Death and love are one and the same. ... Death by Love: Those authentic love exchanges with friends, family, loved ones, animals, plants, etc.
Author: Marco Salem
Publisher: Involution Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
After meeting my first psychopath, I had to know where his humanity went. But after meeting many more over 20 years, while working as an acting and meditation coach, the worlds of Buddhism and Psychopathy converged. Another pattern emerged, and that was the fast decline in empathy in general. Whether we wanted to be detached or callously indifferent, the end result was the same. Our emotional illiteracy had blocked our understanding, and without understanding, there is no empathy. Take a journey of involution with me as we plunge into human consciousness to connect once again with ourselves and each other.
Love, Death, Etc., and a Bike Ride Across America Bruce Weber. had broken out someplace, apparently; I waved good-bye and let her do her job. Then I decided to take a rest day, though Chester, a speck on the prairie, wasn't the place ...
Author: Bruce Weber
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Based on the author's popular New York Times series, the best-selling author of As They See 'Em chronicles his revelatory cross-country bicycle trip during the summer and fall of 2011. 50,000 first printing.
during the Vietnam war (My Lai, etc.) and the Iraqi war (Haditha, Hamdania, etc.) ? I believe I know the answer. In World War II we knew why we were there, even though our lives were at stake. We were committed to saving our nation from ...
Author: Stanley S. Weithorn
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Stanley Weithorn has lived one of the most remarkable personal and professional sagas of our time. Survivor of an abusive childhood, he became a political activist, legal pioneer, and a crusading philanthropist. Weithorn worked his way through law school, became a partner in a prestigious firm, and then almost single-handedly created a new field of practice charitable tax law. He wrote the first book on the subject, a seven-volume treatise more than 5,000 pages long that he updated for twenty-five years. More important, he applied his expertise to social and political causes, waging legal battles on behalf of the poor, the environment, freedom of speech, women's rights, gay rights, and the anti-war movement. Weithorn's efforts won him more than his share of adversaries. He was targeted by the IRS and right-wing interest groups; he was named on Richard M. Nixon's notorious "enemies list." But if not for the legal brilliance and the moral commitment of Stanley Weithorn, groups ranging from The Nature Conservancy and the National Resources Defense Council to People for the American Way and the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force might have been crippled in their efforts if they existed at all. In Love, Death, and Taxes, Stanley Weithorn tells the story of his event-filled life, including his personal struggles against illness and family tragedy as well as the political and professional battles he fought on behalf of society's least-fortunate. Feisty, frank, candid, and opinionated, Love, Death, and Taxes is one of the most unusual memoirs you will ever read.
... will also happen (love .. death, Romeo .. slain, etc.: there is a connection in the play between love and death and between Romeo and slaughter). But beyond this, a narrow horizon such as 5 to left and 5 to right will also, ...
Author: Mike Scott
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Textual Patterns introduces corpus resources, tools and analytic frameworks of central relevance to language teachers and teacher educators. Specifically it shows how key word analysis, combined with the systematic study of vocabulary and genre, can form the basis for a corpus informed approach to language teaching. The first part of the book gives the reader a strong grounding in the way in which language teachers can use corpus analysis tools (wordlists, concordances, key words) to describe language patterns in general and text patterns in particular. The second section presents a series of case studies which show how a key word / corpus informed approach to language education can work in practice. The case studies include: General language education (i.e. students in national education systems and those following international examination programmes), foreign languages for academic purposes, literature in language education, business and professional communication, and cultural studies in language education.
Yours Sincerely, etc. I asked Shalom to call me late in the evenings because school usually ended at nine. I wanted to make sure I would be home when he called and ready to talk. I received an email response from Shalom the following ...
Author: Leah Ploni
Publisher: Archway Publishing
Leah is twenty when she meets Mr. Right. Although he is only the second man she has ever dated, Leah has no reason to believe Shalom is anything other than a good, kind, and generous soul. Even as their relationship is just beginning and distance separates them, Leah has no doubt that he is the man she will marry. However, when Shaloms behavior turns abusive, Leah is filled with self-doubt, confusion, and depression. Leah must now come to terms with the fact that the man she loves and wants to marry is abusive. She is approached with confusion on all sides, especially when her family doesnt want to believe in Shaloms abusive behavior. Leah must look inside of herself to find the strength to overcome the situation. In this novel based on true events, a young Jewish woman who becomes embroiled in an abusive relationship over the course of several years must somehow find the strength to overcome the pain and allow her heart to open up again.
The feminine diabolique arises from the Greek diabollo (to split, defame, deceive etc.) ... In spite of the strict duality between death and love (i.e.: life), there is also an analogy to be found between the violence of love and the ...
Author: Zsófia Anna Tóth
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Performing Arts
This book explores the different trends and the various changes in the representational history of femmes fatales within twentieth century American culture. While providing precedents, discussing the Western cultural history of this iconic female figure, as well as presenting the cultural and theoretical debates surrounding ‘her,’ the major focus lies in Maurine Dallas Watkins’s story entitled Chicago and how its diachronic and transmedial revivals contributed to this debate and what kind of an interpretation it provided of the lethal woman. Through a cultural, historical, literary and cinematic excavation this book argues that the story of Chicago produces a unique kind of deathly woman figure: the farcical femme fatale by combining the traditionally tragic aspects with comic modes of discourse and (re)presentation. In addition to the theorization of the femme fatale within Western culture, the discussion of the comic as well as various comic genres and comic strategies of representation, Mikhail Bakhtin’s theory of the carnival and the carnivalesque is discussed in great detail – with an emphasis on scapegoating – as well as Judith Butler’s concept of gender performativity and Joan Riviere’s womanly masquerade in order to understand how the farcical femmes fatales of Chicago manage to get away with their sins and crimes. Additionally, the Vice of sixteenth century drama as well as the figure of the homme fatale are also taken under scrutiny since it is argued that, in the various versions of Chicago, we encounter farcical femmes fatales who are the minions of a modern(ized) Vice figure, and all their comic-grotesque performances and masquerades take place in the heterotopic space of the carnival. While also examining their historical and cultural contexts, the different versions of Chicago are investigated one by one starting from the original Chicago Tribune articles and ending in the 2002 film adaptation. This book reveals what strategies can be employed to justify the modification of the traditionally tragic scenario of the femme fatale. It is a scholarly work that is informative, thorough as well as entertaining.
against love and death ; the celebration of technological advances life in the industrial city , " electric war , " mechanized agriculture ; and the ... SCALPEL = anatomizing - friendly body - surgery - pus - health death , etc.
Author: Cinzia Sartini Blum
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Drawing on recent feminist and psychoanalytic criticism, Cinzia Sartini Blum provides the first analysis of the rhetoric, politics, and psychology of gender in the avant-garde writings of the Italian Futurist F.T. Marinetti. Her book explores the relations between the seemingly unrelated goals of Italian Futurism: technical revolution, espousal of violence, avowed misogyny, and rejection of literary tradition. Blum argues for the centrality of the rhetoric of gender in Marinetti's work. She also investigates a diverse array of his futurist textual practices that range from formal experimentation with "words in freedom" to nationalist manifestos that advocate intervention in World War I and anticipate subsequent fascist rhetoric of power and virility. A major contribution to the study of the twentieth-century avant-garde and the first full-length study of Marinetti in English, The Other Modernism will interest all those concerned with twentieth-century literature, culture, and society and the problem of modern subjectivity.
He has covered vivid themes in his poetry such as love, death, nature, seasons and home sickness etc. His poem about his mother is one of the best poems in Indian English Poetry. Swami Ramatirtha (1873-1906) is well known poet of Urdu ...
... of attraction and repulsion, etc. The ideas of sanctification, of death, love and deliverance are all involved in the symbolism of stairs. ... Through love and death, sanctity and metaphysical knowledge, man passes—as it is said ...
Author: Mircea Eliade
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Mircea Eliade--one of the most renowned expositors of the psychology of religion, mythology, and magic--shows that myth and symbol constitute a mode of thought that not only came before that of discursive and logical reasoning, but is still an essential function of human consciousness. He describes and analyzes some of the most powerful and ubiquitous symbols that have ruled the mythological thinking of East and West in many times and at many levels of cultural development.
They were students, recent graduates or holders of low-end jobs (bus drivers, security guards, etc.) which reflected their relatively young ages and low levels of education: Hamza's children were the youngest at seventeen and eighteen, ...
Author: Raffaello Pantucci
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Political Science
As Mohammed Siddique Khan led his group of fellow-believers into London on the morning of July 7, 2005 it is unlikely that they were thinking much beyond the immediate impact of their actions. Driven by anger at the West's treatment of Muslims worldwide, ideas fed to them by foreign extremists, and a sense of extreme rejection of the society in which they were born, they sought to reshape the world in an image they thought would be pleasing to God. But while they felt they were on a holy mission -- as enunciated in Khan's chilling video message, We Love Death As You Love Life-- a far more earthly arc of history underlay their actions. This book offers an insight into the motivations behind Khan and his group, as well as the hundreds of young British Muslims who have been drawn by jihadist ideas to fight on battlefields at home and abroad. Starting with the arrival of immigrant communities to the UK and the establishment of diasporas with strong ethnic connections to the Middle East and South Asia, to the arrival of jihadist warriors fresh from the anti-Soviet war Afghanistan, this book looks at the history that came before Mohammed Siddique Khan and places his action within its larger context. This book provides the first comprehensive history of jihadist ideas and violence in the United Kingdom.
It was basically a stash that held all the money our band earned, and could only be used for band needs; like new equipment, studio time, food, etc. Within a month, we had saved up over $1000 for the bank.
Author: Cody Craig
"Being in a band isn't all it's cracked up to be. Sure you get the girls, the money, and the fame, but you also lose friends, gain enemies, and break promises along the way. Ever since I was little I had dreamed of being in a band." Within this pages you will find a story about a struggling band in high school. Through the ups and downs of their senior year, friendships will be tested, relationships will be broken and formed, drugs will be done, and sex will be had. This isn't your average "coming of age" story. This is a real look at the rock and roll lifestyle and the life of a teenager.
Author: Jackie Loret de MolaPublish On: 2020-06-12
Faith, Hope, and Unconditional Love Jackie Loret de Mola. absolute wrong time. ... Learn to love the Creator in His creature, and the maker in what He has made. ... I'm allowed to scream, cry, weep, gently cry, etc...and SO ARE YOU!
Author: Jackie Loret de Mola
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A Mother’s Journey of Love, Death, and Forgiveness By: Jackie Loret de Mola Jackie Loret de Mola’s life was changed forever on September 22, 2017 when her thirty-three-year-old son Frank’s car was hit from behind at a stop in traffic and he later succumbed to his injuries. This book is a collection of her day-to-day journal entries and social media posts that provide an intimate glimpse into the pain and disbelief she felt in the days and weeks that followed. Her raw emotions and thoughts and her forgiveness of the driver are an inspiring testament to the power of faith and love. Above all, A Mother’s Journey of Love, Death, and Forgiveness conveys the love that a mother has for her child. Frank Loret de Mola’s life blessed everyone around him, and as an organ donor, he blessed four very sick people. She hopes her book will inspire readers to consider organ donation and to consider the brevity of life and the importance of loving our families.
As Feuerbach put it in a letter to an admirer, “Anatomy, physiology, medicine, chemistry know nothing about the soul, God, etc. We only know about them from history.” While he agreed with the materialists that the human is a natural ...
Author: Peter C. Caldwell
The philosopher of religion and critic of idealism, Ludwig Feuerbach had a far-reaching impact on German radicalism around the time of the Revolution of 1848. This intellectual history explores how Feuerbach s critique of religion served as a rallying point for radicals, and how they paradoxically sought to create a new, post-religious form of religiosity as part of the revolutionary aim. At issue for the Feuerbachian radicals was the emergence of a humanity emancipated from the constraints of mere institutions, able to express itself freely and harmoniously. Caldwell also touches on Moses Hess, Louise Dittmar, and Richard Wagner in his discussion of the time. Thisbook reconstructs the nature of Feuerbach s radicalism and shows how it influenced early works of socialism, feminism, and musical modernism.
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Author: Anne Reeve Aldrich
Publisher: Wentworth Press
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