This revolutionary new book, The Way of the Image, brings us the foundation for an incredibly rich and profound approach to the psyche"one based on objective knowledge of how to translate the meaning of images (dream images, fantasy images, ...
Author: Yoram Kaufmann
Publisher: Zahav Books Incorporated
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
This revolutionary new book, The Way of the Image, brings us the foundation for an incredibly rich and profound approach to the psyche—one based on objective knowledge of how to translate the meaning of images (dream images, fantasy images, images from film, literature, art, and even the latest newspaper headlines) into language we can all use to understand ourselves and our world. Readers will discover the stunning viewpoint brought to us by one of the greatest psychologists of our era, and a whole new vista of the human psyche will open up. The revolutionary propositions in this book have astounding implications. Everyone who is interested in knowing about themselves, about their dreams, about how therapy can and should work, and about the way the world of our psyche works, will find this fascinating book to be a guide for the rest of their life.
This is the way many people think about their leaders. What you wear, how you
look, and how you act is often more important than what you know. Some
administrators think it's phony to worry about polishing up their image. Savvy
Author: Robert D. Ramsey
Publisher: Corwin Press
Best-selling author Robert Ramsey gives you just what you need to avoid "simply managing" and to become a true leader instead!
Our focus on images is not driven by the idea that visual ways of knowing or
thinking are superior to non-visual ways of knowing. As an autobiographical fact,
we do find ourselves primarily drawn to visual images and visual ways of thinking
Author: Charles Taliaferro
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
A philosophical inquiry into the strengths and weaknesses of theism and naturalism in accounting for the emergence of consciousness, the visual imagination and aesthetic values. The authors begin by offering an account of modern scientific practice which gives a central place to the visual imagination and aesthetic values. They then move to test the explanatory power of naturalism and theism in accounting for consciousness and the very visual imagination and aesthetic values that lie behind and define modern science. Taliaferro and Evans argue that evolutionary biology alone is insufficient to account for consciousness, the visual imagination and aesthetic values. Insofar as naturalism is compelled to go beyond evolutionary biology, it does not fare as well as theism in terms of explanatory power.
The following account, based on the content analysis of Canadian national print
media (DiFrancesco andYoung, 2011) actually reveals a number of problems in the way in which images relate to language in the reporting of climate change.
Author: Sunil Manghani
Category: Performing Arts
Image Studies offers an engaging introduction to visual and image studies. In order to better understand images and visual culture the book seeks to bridge between theory and practice; asking the reader to think critically about images and image practices, but also simultaneously to make images and engage with image-makers and image-making processes. Looking across a range of domains and disciplines, we find the image is never a single, static thing. Rather, the image can be a concept, an object, a picture, or medium – and all these things combined. At the heart of this book is the idea of an ‘ecology of images’, through which we can examine the full ‘life’ of an image – to understand how an image resonates within a complex set of contexts, processes and uses. Part 1 covers theoretical perspectives on the image, supplemented with practical entries on making, researching and writing with images. Part 2 explores specific image practices and cultures, with chapters on drawing and painting; photography; visual culture; scientific imaging; and informational images. A wide range of illustrations complement the text throughout and each chapter includes creative tasks, keywords (linked to an online resource), summaries and suggested further reading. In addition, each of the main chapters include selected readings by notable authors across a range of subject areas, including: Art History, Business, Cognitive Science, Communication Studies, Infographics, Neuroscience, Photography, Physics, Science Studies, Social Semiotics, Statistics, and Visual Culture.
This book represents a stage on a journey. For almost a decade the three of us have been conducting retreat/workshops (R/W) based on the Gospel as illuminated through the Jungian personality types. The Myers-Briggs Indicator has been the instrument employed in these programs for helping participants to identify their types.
Image. Warfare. Introduction This chapter examines the contemporary
transformations of the production, distribution and ... Media Studies and Visual
Culture, and also draw attention not only to the ways in which images enter the
theatre of war ...
Author: Nathan Roger
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Image Warfare in the War on Terror provides an innovative re-examination of the war on terror. It argues that since 11 September 2001 image warfare has replaced techno-war as the dominant warfighting model. Roger suggests that it is a form of warfare in which Al Qaeda currently dominates while the West is still playing catch-up. By dealing frankly with the deployment of disturbing images generated by the 9/11 attacks – from bin Laden videos, suicide terrorism and hostage executions to prisoner abuses, Roger provides us with a new vocabulary through which these acts can be discussed and understood. This book offers the first comprehensive assessment, from an International Relations perspective, of image warfare. Through engagement with IR, Media Studies and Visual Culture literatures, Roger introduces three new conceptual terms 'image munitions', 'counter-image munitions' and 'remediation battles'. These terms are then explored in chapters about political communications concerning Bush, Blair and bin Laden; suicides; executions and abuses.
The concepts of image and identity are closely related. If image is defined as the way in which the outside world sees the organisation, identity is the way in which
the organisation sees itself. It is evident that in many cases these two, image ...
Author: Hans Prins
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) is the leading international body representing the interests of library and information services and their users. It is the global voice of the information profession. The series IFLA Publications deals with many of the means through which libraries, information centres, and information professionals worldwide can formulate their goals, exert their influence as a group, protect their interests, and find solutions to global problems.
He points to the open-endedness of the digitised image and the manner in which image manipulation software is designed to facilitate change, alteration and
recombination of elements. He sees this as being in contrast to the 'one to one' ...
Author: EUGENE C. LISTER
Publisher: Psychology Press
This book explores the technological transformation of the image and its implications for photography. Contributors investigate many issues, and also, they examine the cultural meanings of new surveillance images, history and biography, etc.
the way of the heaven born W George Bryant Phd. Of course, its ... Images (
mental vision)Then you will understand fully how to use that great law, of success
, Mental Attraction. Back of every thought image. is emotion. As we have ...
Author: W George Bryant Phd
Publisher: Google Books,CREATE SPACE(Amazon).
Self-Mastery is An Inspirational work that assists young adults in the development of self knowledge. As such it is a book to be studied and and not just read. The format in analogous to the course materials for the organization "A course in Mircales."
Author: Ryszard TadeusiewiczPublish On: 2008-01-03
Further down in this chapter, we will present a new, original approach which the
authors of this book have been proposing for way similar to how a physician can
understand these images and, based on them, draw conclusions about the ...
Author: Ryszard Tadeusiewicz
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This work by two accomplished Polish researchers provides medical technicians and researchers alike with detailed descriptions of up-to-date methods used for computer processing and interpretation of medical images. The broad scope of the book takes in images acquisition, storing with compression, processing, analysis, recognition and also its automatic understanding. The introduction provides a general overview of the computer vision methods designed for medical images.
Chapter Six Root Images and the Way We See : The Primordial Tradition and the
Biblical Tradition Ideas matter . One would only ... A root image is a fundamental image of how reality is , our most basic " picture " of reality . Perhaps most often ...
Author: Marcus Borg
Publisher: A&C Black
An accessible guide through the growing maze of literature and research on Jesus. Examines issues in contemporary Jesus research and looks at the potential of current research for helping rethink Jesus' identity and the implications for the reader and the church.
Nothing in the Way Paramananda Ishaya. image changes over time and is not
the same as it was when youwere achild. This is clear evidence that this separate
you is an object that seems to change with time. This iswhat we call going ...
Author: Paramananda Ishaya
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
Though it is simple and obvious, you may not understand the incredible importance of the way of nothing. When you do see the way, you will wonder, "Can it really be this easy and simple?" And seeing that there was never anything in the way of freedom can almost be embarrassing. "How could I have never seen it?" you’ll ask. The Way of Nothing: Nothing in the Way explores the obstacles that stop you from reaching your highest desires: enlightenment, eternal peace, or simply ordinary contentment. These obstacles are nothing more than concepts you have that seem real, yet they vanish with insight into the way. It is a wonderful surprise to discover that there has always been nothing in the way of what you want. Best of all, there is really nothing to it!
These themes are treated by text and drawings in different but complementary ways . ... This analysis will then form the basis for exploring the narrative
techniques of the manuscript as a whole : the way in which image acts as a
translation of ...
Author: Catherine E. Karkov
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Studies the interrelationship of text and picture in the only surviving illustrated Anglo-Saxon poetic manuscript.
An efficient version of the above technique relies on a fast way of locating the grid
point in the narrow band with the smallest value for T. We use a variation on a
heap algorithm ( see Segdewick [ 25 ] ) with back pointers to store the T values .
In the previous chapter I outlined the idea that the screen is a prevalent way in
which images are organized. Screens, I argued, bring images to life; they
organize the ways in which the virtual potential of images may be actualized. In
this sense ...
Author: Rebecca Coleman
Category: Social Science
Contemporary social and cultural life is increasingly organised around a logic of self-transformation, where changing the body is seen as key. Transforming Images examines how the future functions within this transformative logic to indicate the potential of a materially better time. The book explores the crucial role that images have in organising an imperative for transformation and in making possible, or not, the materialisation of a better future. Coleman asks the questions: which futures are appealing and to whom? How do images tap into and reproduce wider social and cultural processes of inequality? Drawing on the recent ‘turns’ to affect and emotion and to understanding life in terms of vitality, intensity and ‘liveness’ in social and cultural theory, the book develops a framework for understanding images as felt and lived out. Analysing different screens across popular culture – the screens of shopping, makeover television programmes, online dieting plans and government health campaigns – it traces how images of self-transformation bring the future into the present and affectively ‘draw in’ some bodies more than others. Transforming Images will be of interest to students and scholars working in sociology, media studies, cultural studies and gender studies.
Finding the Minimum-Cost Path Without Cutting Corners R. Joop van Heekeren,
Frank G.A. Faas, and Lucas J. van Vliet ... The principle behind our iterative
algorithm is to deform the image space, using the current path in such a way that
Author: Bjarne K. Ersboll
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The present volume contains the proceedings of the Scandinavian Conference on Image Analysis, SCIA 2007, held at Hotel Hvide Hus, Aalborg, Denmark, June 10–14, 2007. Initiated in 1979 by Torleiv Orhaug in Sweden, SCIA 2007 represented the 15th in the biennial series of conferences. It is arranged in turn by the Scandi- vian countries of Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Norway, making it a regional conference. However, judging by the nationalities of contributing authors and participants, it is also an international conference. Worldwide, there is no lack of conferences on image analysis. Indeed, hardly a day passes without an announcement of yet another conference. Therefore the pattern recognition societies of the Scandinavian countries take particular pride in being able to continue the SCIA tradition. SCIA has indeed matured over the many years it has been in existence, but in our opinion SCIA has maintained ?- ibility and has been able to adopt and incorporate necessary changes and adju- ments over that time span. An important key to the success of SCIA is the constant and continuing high quality of the scienti?c content. Furthermore, the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of the conference itself is well known within the community. The objective to keep in mind must be to continue along those lines.
Images of Jewish Women in American Popular Culture Joyce Antler, Professor
Joyce Antler. Felicia Herman. The. Way. She. Really. Is. Images. of. Jews. and.
Women. in. the. Films. of. Barbra. Streisand. America ' s newest Graceland has
Author: Joyce Antler
Category: Social Science
Essays that discuss the portrayal of Jewish women in American culture.
There are many reasons to sharpen an image, although sharpening probably
won't save an image that is unintentionally out of focus. I like to differentiate
between output sharpening and aesthetic sharpening. Output sharpening is
Author: Harold Davis
Publisher: Peachpit Press
In The Way of the Digital Photographer, master photographer and digital artist Harold Davis shows you how to make digital photography an art form. Great digital photographs need both camera and computer to be truly extraordinary. Using detailed examples and case studies from his own work, Davis provides myriad ideas you can use in your own work, and he shows you how to unlock your own creativity to make those special images you have always dreamed of! Readers discover how to effectively use post-processing techniques and gain insight as to how the techniques and steps involved can inform their choices when making a photo and in postproduction workflow.
October 20 Read: Luke 1 Preparing the Way “And you, my little son, will be called
the prophet of the Most High, because you will prepare the way for the Lord. You
will tell his people how to find salvation through forgiveness of their sins.
Author: Matthew Lee Smith
In His Image is the next step for those who have read The Purpose Driven Life. Following the Life Purpose of Mission, this book explores God's great love for humanity from every book of the Bible. From the creation of Genesis to the culmination in Revelation, God’s love shines through every page. Never is this ever clearer than in the times of Israel’s great betrayal of their God. His passionate pursuit of His children can be heard dripping from his voice as He calls them (and us by proxy) back to His shelter and protection. This book was written ... • To convince the reader of God’s intense and immense love for them; • To encourage the reader to reach out to the God who is passionately in love with them; • To strengthen the reader’s faith in God’s compassion; and • To motivate the reader to share the love of God with every person they meet. It is very clear God loves people of all races and ethnicities. Therefore, whenever appropriate to the passage of the day, emphasis is made on the issue of racial reconciliation around God’s love. His love becomes the motivation for evangelism and for community. In each daily devotional ... • There is a Biblical Scripture they are encouraged to read; • There is a passage of Scripture to read in the devotional itself; • There is the devotional to read which focuses the reader on a single thought, broken into two, three or four practical ideas they can utilize that day in their lives; and • There is a thought to take with the reader each day which summarizes the theme concerning God’s great love for them.
Seldom, the initial population in image feature extraction, is created in random way, because this could bring about problems in system's performance (more
than in the common GAs application domains). In fact, a solution (such as a
Author: Ma, Zongmin
Publisher: IGI Global
Discusses major aspects of content-based image retrieval (CBIR) using current technologies and applications within the artificial intelligence (AI) field.