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and the Eroica - show the other side of that crisis , the triumphant side . ... But the
suggestion of a hymnlike quality in the theme is persuasive.64 It sounds like a
deliberate backwards reference to the archaic or pre ... Daniel Chua , in a striking
' Twist at the end of Chapter 1 , this volume , suggests that the E - minor theme is '
Author: Jeremy Begbie
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Theology, Music, and Modernity addresses the question: how can the study of music contribute to a theological reading of modernity? It has grown out of the conviction that music has often been ignored in narrations of modernity's theological struggles. Featuring contributions from an international team of distinguished theologians, musicologists, and music theorists, the volume shows how music--and discourse about music--has remarkable powers to bring to light the theological currents that have shaped modern culture. It focuses on the concept of freedom, concentrating on the years 1740-1850, a period when freedom--especially religious and political freedom-became a burning matter of concern in virtually every stratum of Western society. The collection is divided into four sections, each section focusing on a key phenomenon of this period--the rise of the concept of 'revolutionary' freedom; the move of music from church to concert hall; the cry for eschatological justice in the work of black hymn-writer and church leader Richard Allen; and the often fierce tensions between music and language. There is a particular concern to draw on a distinctively 'Scriptural imagination' (especially the theme of New Creation) in order to elicit the key issues at stake, and to suggest constructive ways forward for a contemporary Christian theological engagement with the legacies of modernity today.
In Huxley's bleak reality, neither civilization nor primitivization provides a solution
tothe crisis ofmodernity. ... In doing so, NósdoMorro opened up a dialectical
space betweenidealization andreality, modernity and primitivism, utopia and ...
Author: Peter Holland
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Shakespeare Survey is a yearbook of Shakespeare studies and production. Since 1948, Survey has published the best international scholarship in English and many of its essays have become classics of Shakespeare criticism. Each volume is devoted to a theme, or play, or group of plays; each also contains a section of reviews of that year's textual and critical studies and of the year's major British performances. The theme for volume 64 is 'Shakespeare as Cultural Catalyst'. The complete set of Survey volumes is also available online at http://www.cambridge.org/online/shakespearesurvey. This fully searchable resource enables users to browse by author, essay and volume, search by play, theme and topic, and save and bookmark their results.
The Future of the Academy ' , AAR 2000 Presidential Address , Journal of the
American Academy of Religion , Vol . ... Review of G . D . Yarnold , The Spiritual Crisis of the Scientific Age ( George Allen and Unwin , London , 1959 ) ; Charles
E . Raven , Science ... Theology , Vol . 64 , No . 498 ( December 1961 ) : 516 –
517 . Review of Stephen Neill , Christian Faith and Other Faiths ( Oxford
Author: Ninian Smart
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Ninian Smart came to public prominence as the founding Professor of the first British university Department of Religious Studies in the late 1960s. His pioneering views on education in religion proved hugely influential at all levels, from primary schools to academic teaching and research. An unending string of publications, many of them accessible to the general public, sustained a reputation that became worldwide.Here, for the first time, a selection of Ninian Smart's wide-ranging writings is organised systematically under a set of categories which both comprehend and also illuminate his varied output over a career spanning half a century. The editor, John Shepherd, was Principal Lecturer in Religion and Philosophy at the University of Cumbria. He first met Smart as a postgraduate student, and recently helped establish the Ninian Smart Archive at the University of Lancaster.
These Kunstlerromane comment on the feminist crises of postmodern thinking ,
especially the non - existence of the female subject in relation ... The explanation
for H.D. and Pound's differences in achieving a modernist anti - closure closure in
their last poems lies in their ... Huck Finn could never develop as he does without
Jim's aid , In search of solitude , in search of witness , 2490 - A vol 64 no .
R.E. Sackett 123 Postmodern Culture: Symptom, Critique, or Solution to the Crisis of Modernity? ... N0.64. SPRING. 1993. While the City Sleeps - Wodiczko.
Krzysztof Public Projections. D. Hollier 3 From Magritte to Klossowski, the
... municipality, seeking to ease the crisis of unemployment among white-collar
workers, begged traders to show “the most elementary ... In the 1880s, from one
year to the next the volume of exports oscillated as much as 50 percent, and
prices varied by ... By the late 1880s trading activity was becoming rationalized
as a result of the “increased application of modern ... Michael Hamm (Lexington,
Ky., 1976), 177. 64. Moskovskii listok, 18 July 1903. 65. Ibid., 26 January 1896.
66. Cited in ...
Author: Daniel R. Brower
This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press's mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1990.
The American Historical Review, Volume 64, Number 1, pp: 46–53. ... Eastern
Economic Journal, Volume 28, Number 1, pp: 121–136. ... The Making of the Modern Greek Family: Marriage and Exchange in Nineteenth-Century Athens.
Author: Daniel Knight
Category: Social Science
History, Time, and Economic Crisis in Central Greece explores how the inhabitants of a Greek town face the devastating consequences of the worst economic crisis in living memory. Knight examines how the inhabitants draw on the past to contextualize their experiences and build strength that will enable them to overcome their suffering.
Nordmann ( 1998 ) also regards this as an inherent limitation , 64 . 89 On Arendt '
s positive ... Why Do We Remain Jews ? ' , Jewish Philosophy and the Crisis of Modernity ( Albany : State University of New York Press , 1997 ) , 311 - 58 .
Author: Hans Maier
Available for the first time in English language translation, the third volume of Totalitarianism and Political Religions completes the set. It provides a comprehensive overview of key theories and theorists of totalitarianism and of political religions, from Hannah Arendt and Raymond Aron to Leo Strauss and Simone Weill. Edited by the eminent Professor Hans Maier, it represents a major study, examining how new models for understanding political history arose from the experience of modern despotic regimes. Where volumes one and two were concerned with questioning the common elements between twentieth century despotic regimes - Communism, Fascism, National Socialism, Maoism – this volume draws a general balance. It brings together the findings of research undertaken during the decade 1992-2002 with the cooperation of leading philosophers, historians and social scientists for the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Munich. Following the demise of Italian Fascism (1943-45), German National Socialism (1945) and Soviet Communism (1989-91), a comparative approach to the three regimes is possible. A broad field of interpretation of the entire phenomenon of totalitarian and political religions opens up. This comprehensive study examines a vast topic which affects the political and historical landscape over the whole of the last century. Moreover, dictatorships and their motivations are still present in current affairs, today in the twenty-first century. The three volumes of Totalitarianism and Political Religions are a vital resource for scholars of fascism, Nazism, communism, totalitarianism, comparative politics and political theory.
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, dipl comp law, 65. Prof Exp: Atty, Shearman ft Sterling, NY, 65-68; assoc ... Publ:
Auth, World Order and the Problem of Modernity, Dar- shana, 63; Spinoza's quest
for certainty, In: S Radhakrlshnan Souvenir Vol, 64; Political philosophy of
William E Hocking: its light on the crisis of values, Social Order, 1/71; Key
transitions in ...
( Uruguay in the nineteenth century : entry to modernity . ) Roberto Ares ... Zenith
and crisis of the Uruguay of ... 159 Uruguayan rural history . José Pedro Barrán ,
Benjamín Nahum . Hispanic American Historical Review , vol . 64 , no . 4 ( Nov .
John William Miller and the Crises of Modernity Vincent Colapietro, Vincent
Michael Colapietro ... Four other volumes have been published posthumously.3
George P. Brockway , the editor of these volumes and a ... Brockway's memoir
concludes by offering the highest praise a student can give to a teacher : “ Of all
the men of his time whom I have known , he was the wisest , and justest , and
best " ( 64 ) .
Author: Vincent Colapietro
Category: Political Science
John William Miller's radical revision of the idealistic tradition anticipated some of the most important developments in contemporary thought, developments often associated with thinkers like Heidegger, Benjamin, Foucault, Derrida, and Rorty. In this study, Vincent Colapietro situates Miller's powerful but neglected corpus not only in reference to Continental European philosophy but also to paradigmatic figures in American culture like Lincoln, Emerson, Thoreau, and James. The book is not simply a study of a particular philosopher or a single philosophical movement (American idealism). It is rather a philosophical confrontation with a cluster of issues in contemporary life. These issues revolve around such topics as the grounds and nature of authority, the scope and forms of agency, and the fateful significance of historical place. These issues become especially acute given Colapietro's insistence that the only warrant for our practices is to be found in these historically evolved and evolving practices themselves.
... Crisis of Modern Science , MIT Press , Cambridge MA , 1983 . 8. ... Karl Marx ,
Capital , Volume 1 , trans . ... 64 , cited in Andrew Higgott , Mediating Modernism :
Architectural Cultures in Britain , Routledge , London , 2007 , P. 92 . prehend in ...
In Historia de la Sensibilidad en el Uruguay , Volume 1 . ... The Quest for Modernity : Latin American Technocratic Ideas in Historical Perspective . ... A
Sectoral Approach to Growth Fluctuations and Crisis . ... Volume 64 , Number 5 ,
Author: Andrés Rivarola
Publisher: Stockholm University Institute of Latin American Studies
Identity crisis : modernity , psychoanalysis and the self . London : Macmillan .
Gergen , K . ( 1991 ) . The saturated self ... The two - space war : Volume 1 of the
Westerness Saga . Riverdale , NY : Baen Books . Heidegger , M . ( 1977 ) .
( 1991c ( 1920 ] ) ' Beyond the pleasure Principle ' , in On Metapsychology ,
Penguin Freud Library Volume 11 . London : Penguin , 269 - 338 . ... Frosh , S . (
1991 ) Identity Crisis : Modernity , Psychoanalysis and the Self . London :
Macmillan . ... Lars von Trier : Interviews . Jackson : University Press of
Mississippi , 64 - 70 .
Author: Caroline Bainbridge
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Lars von Trier is the most controversial figure of contemporary European cinema. This volume is the first book to analyse in depth the changes he has brought to modern film. Since founding the back-to-basics Dogme philosophy of filmmaking in 1995, von Trier's name has become a by-word for taboo-breaking cinema. As a director, he has courted media controversy through films such as The Idiots (1998), with its unsimulated sex and non-conformist politics, and through his complex relationships with actresses such as Bj'rk and Nicole Kidman, from whom he coaxed career-best performances in Dancer in the Dark (2000) and Dogville (2003) respectively. Analysing these films as well as recent works such as The Five Obstructions (2004) from a psychoanalytic perspective, it forges a new understanding of the founder of Dogme 95 as a great democratiser of cinema in the digital age, presenting von Trier as one of the most daring cinematic exponents of postmodern politics and satire.
Professor Ramkrishna Mukherjee Felicitation Volume Ranjit Kumar Bhattacharya
, Asok K. Ghosh, Nava Kishor Das, Shree Bhagwan Roy, B. N. ... Hetukar , “
Tradition , Violence and Modernization : Understanding the Legitimation Crisis of
Indian Political Order ” , presented at the International ... 62-63 15 Ibid p.64 * Ibid
Author: Ranjit Kumar Bhattacharya
Contributed articles with special reference to India.
( Academic Press , 1974 – 1989 ) , especially Volume I , Capitalist Agriculture
and the Origins of the European World Economy in the Sixteenth ... The clearly
defined crisis of modernity gives way to an omnicrisis in the imperial world . ... We
are left with a mystical force opposed , if at all , by immaterial resistance ” ( 64 ) .
Habits of Listening and the Crisis of Musical Modernism in Vienna, 1870-1914
Leon Botstein. two leading ... 64 Kimball in America had reached over 7000
pianos a year by 1890 .No Viennese firm ever reached that volume or grew to
such proportions , either at the high quality end or at the mass market side of the