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The Coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty: Volume II

By: Juan Josafat Ben Ezra

...em to silence. And that with so much power and evidence, that we have seen some modern Rabbis, by the force of arguments compelled to allow, that Me... ...uivocal. The t ime of Messiah, the time of Christ, (according to all ancient and modern writers, and according to the fundamental principles of Chris... ...a thing cannot be contrary to the scriptures; partly because its origin is very modern; for it is granted that in the fifth century of the church, a... ... that shall have dominion.” Num. xxiv. 17.19. Notwithstanding that certain more modern and very ignorant Rabbis (to whose way of thinking el Tostado... ...and Vatablo read, and as it ought to be read according to the testimony of that modern, most learned in the Hebrew tongue, Signior Matei.) “How fair... ... the origin is, I doubt not, to be traced to that image of glory with which the painters furnish us, good in itself and inoffensive; but shall we th...

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Links and Factoids

By: Sam Vaknin

...erpetrators fled the country only to return, triumphant, after the establishment of modern Turkey in 1923. The Turkish government today denies that ... ...1910. http://www.armenian-genocide.org/ http://www.cilicia.com/armo10.html Art, Modern We are all acquainted with the tales - many apocryphal,... ...ediscovered in 1915. Henri Matisse is revered as the father of Fauvism and of modern painting in general. Yet, one of his more famous tableaux... ...leaux, Le Bateau (The Boat), hung upside down for 2 months in 1961 in the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Not one of the art critics, journalists,... ...ched the highest prices ever paid in auctions. Despite his connections with leading painters, gallery owners, art professors and critics - his broth... ...he electric chair was invented by a dentist, Alfred Southwick from Buffalo. But the modern implement was designed and tested by Harold Brown with t...

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Words to Wright By

By: Robin Bayne

...ific revolution’ fully flowered, all these kingdoms lost their true King. In modern days the various disciplines of science and the many genres of art... ...sake not the works of thine own hands.” God will help us become the writers, painters, the artists, He would have us be. In first grade, I fretted ove...

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The Ulysseans

By: Antonio Mercurio

...far back in time (the I and its roots). 21 4) – The I and history, both modern and ancient. The I and science, the I and philosophy, the I and re... ... by any other painter, is now dead. The beauty of the paintings that these painters created is still alive today and it will continue to live on for... ...emocritus and Anaximander, there are infinite universes, not just one. Our modern physicists are coming to the same conclusion. We do not know what...

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The Path of Splitness

By: Indrek Pringi

...-Human Development Chapter 4: Modern Human Dynamics Pgs 223-266 Human Psychobiolog... ... Human Psychobiologic Totality. Chapter 5: Modern Humans: Pgs 267-299 The Transition from Hunter... ...onder Pg 218 Normality Pg 219 Reality Pg 220 Conclusion Chapter Four: Modern Humans Psychobiologic Totality Pg 223 The Slow Death of Hum... ...262 The Preservation of Imbalance Pg 265 Memory and Wisdom Chapter Five: Modern Humans: The Transition from Hunter-gatherers to Settlements. ... ...odern Humans: The Transition from Hunter-gatherers to Settlements. Pg 267 Modern Humans before Civilization Pg 269 The Dynamics of the Transiti... ...yone trying to own it. Once a new technique in painting was developed… other painters took it, stole it, and used it to innovate even better techni... ...one trying to own it. Once a new technique in painting was developed… other painters took it, stole it and used it to innovate even better techniq... ... This is because we have been programmed to think linearly. The only reason painters should paint is because they enjoy doing it. The end-result ...

... our Universe: where it came from and how it was created. 2: Basic aspects and dynamics of the Organic Universe and Organic Life. 3: The origins of modern humans going back 25 million years. 4: Human Psycho-biology. 5: The beginnings of civilization. 6: The effect of civilization upon humans. 7: Death, the existence of evil and its effect on humans. Offered as a...

... Pgs 132-187 A: How we evolved into Humans Pgs 188-222 B: Summary of Hominid-Human Development Chapter 4: Modern Human Dynamics Pgs 223-266 Human Psycho-biologic Totality. Chapter 5: Modern Humans: Pgs 267-299 The Transition from Hunter-gatherers to Settlements Chapter 6: Civilization Pgs 300-704 ...

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Paradoxism and Postmodernism in Florenitin Smarandache's Work

By: Ion Soare

...ism’s Aesthetics (TEMPUS, Bucharest, 1995). Here the author, with an elegant, modern and unequivocal style, analyses the aesthetics of the new curre... ...teria- more substantial or more expressive, that could be of a chronological (modernism, for instance), expressive (symbolism), formal-sonorous (dada... ... “classicists” again), perpetuate the non-synchronization with domain’s (post)modernization, in spite of the lessons of some Stanescu, Sorescu, Cart... ...lude this essay with another assertion of Adrian Marino, the most prestigious modern “chronicler” of literary ideas and currents:” the one who is con... ... the absolute. At Barbu (as well as others European hermetics) this one has a modern structure with a Platonic essence, because he places himself on ... ...ly imagined. A certain bon (not non) sens compels us to leave the drawings in painters’ or drawers’ charge and if the imagination (or the contemplat...

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And Gulliver Returns Book V : My Visit to Singaling

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...The magnificent buildings were monuments to the most creative thoughts of modern architecture. The pastel hued apartments were a colorful backdrop f... ... The Singalingians were, even then, on the right track for developing a modern economic force and reducing the ecological concerns which had long ... ... materials and cheaper methods of construction. Consequently many of the painters and carpenters were no longer needed. The same thing happened in ... ... It is effective people-oriented leadership that is essential for a modern society. Plato’s philosopher kings set a standard, but few leaders ... ...population problems. Aging and its attendant problems are a major drag on modern societies and their economic and social systems.” 10 —“... ...y is increased. They are essential to reducing the burgeoning expenses of modern health care. “Along with Japan and some very creative people...

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Neutrosophic Dialogues

By: Florentin Smarandache

...h even the Chinese are blind, due to the abandon of such education in our modern history. It is true that he did fail to catch the oriental cultures ... ...hat all the Chinese culture, the unintentional science or wuwei science in modern language, concerns. I welcome instruction on account of my little ... ...nfortunately our treasures, including Chinese classics, have been lost to modern people. Are we qualified to say that we are Chinese? 3. Of Exci... ...attained the Way. Unfortunately, due to a number of happenings in Chinese modern history, the great treasures of the culture have even been ignored b... ... my own learning and through life. People now are changing their minds in modern society; they would rather pursue trifles than undertake something w... ...r more and better creation or work. (This applies to some artists, poets, painters, sculptors, and spiritualists.) (What we yearn for is real, thoro...

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A Unifying Field in Logics : Neutrosophic Logic. Neutrosophy, Neutrosophic Set, Neutrosophic Probability

By: Florentin Smarandache

...iscussions of travelers, in a train station, on different themes' a "post-modern poem" (inter-textualism). Do you want a vertically classification? ... ...measures and the exponential of their distance. (By opposition to the modern restatement of Newton's law of gravitation of particles of matter, ... ...utrosophy is both. Sociological Theory: As in the Primitive Society, the modern society is making for MATRIARCHATE - the woman leads in the industr... ...s for more and better creation or work. (Applies to some artists, poets, painters, sculptors, spiritualists.) My Syndrome: Is characterized by nose... ...rature on account of corrupting the ethics and replacing the religion. By modern fashions we don't differentiate each other, but conform in speech,... ... why the world is sometimes what it is not. That's the crisis of the modern man's crisis! Neutrosophic nature envelops everything. It is easy ...

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The Williams Record

By: Student Media

...f the country surrounding their homes. Prof. Rice showed how each of these painters repre- sented idealism and realism in art; but his more immediate ... ...s THE RENSSELAER TROY, N. Y. EUROPEAN PLAN $1.00 AND UPWARD FIRE-PROOF AND MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT Fashionable Shiris, Neckwear and General Haberdashe... ...most fortunate that just at this stage in the progress of these tsvo great modern nations two such far-sighted, energetic men hold the higliost office... ...s THE RENSSELAER TROY, N. Y. EUROPEAN PLAN $1.00 AND UPWARD FIRK-PROOF AND MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT Fashionable Shirts, Neclrwear and General Haberdash... ...45-3 Sprinc Strebt Wn,uAuaTowN .^ I'. -J Classical Society Read Petronius— Modern Fiction in Old Rome A nieutiiig uf tim cltiaBiciil au- oiety was hel... ... and in the introduction of their ooin- luon customs we realize a sense of modernity. In Petronius the Romans have a great humorist. N. Y. Alumni Smok... ...gs of the Tuscan school of central Italy. This school includes many famous painters, as Michael Angelo, An- drea del Sarto, and Botticelli. WILLIAMS ... ...gs of the Tuscan school of central Italy. This school includes many famous painters, as It^ichsel Angelo, An- drea del Sarto, and Botticelli. ^ 1 WIL... ...i recent- ly-doquired collection of reproduc- tions of the Dntoh school of painters, including Rembrandt, Hals, Ver Morr, and Peter de Hooglie. Beside...

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Hypotheses on Ulysses

By: Antonio Mercurio

...3 in the volume of the Acts of the Congress “Ulisse: archeologia dell’uomo moderno” {Ulysses: archeology of the modern man}, published by Bulzoni in... ...ing to settle for ephemeral beauty and a large number of poets, sculptors, painters and artists of all types attempted to create a type of beauty th... ...on all five continents. The best interpretation of it that I have found in modern terms is in Carl Gustav Jung’s book “Psychology and Alchemy”, whic... ...ic warning. Most of those who have admired Homer, from Dante Alighieri to modern times, have always seen Ulysses as a man who hungered after knowle... ...urney through his transformation. In many movies directors (who are the modern storytellers of our society) show us how first the hero is capture... ...there. This conflict between searching and rejecting makes up the basis of modern man’s greed: mankind today has never left the womb, it has never b... ...ant birth that has been celebrated for a long time by poets, sculptors and painters. But the birth of Ulysses before Nausicaa is a far more importa...

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The Public Domain : Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

By: James Boyle

...y tells us. After praising the novels of Samuel Richardson in terms that, to modern eyes, seem a little fervid (“No writings, those of Shakespeare exc... ...as and facts that he or she transmits. It is this “original expression” that modern copyright and the modern droits d’auteur actually cover. In today’... ...ghtable, that assessment changed. The levers and cogs of the machines of the modern economy are forged out of ones and zeros instead of steel and bras... ...pyright. So how does the accretive process of musical creativity fare in the modern law and culture of copyright? How would the great musical traditio... ... admonition followed since the dawn of civiliza- tion. Unfortunately, in the modern world of business this admonition is not always followed. Indeed, ... ...and I paid you that amount.” He admitted this was true, but pointed out that painters in other countries sometimes received higher amounts, as did scu... ...gher amounts, as did sculptors in our own country. In fact, he told you, all painters in our country planned to demand another $450 for each picture t... ...h other countries, put painting on the same footing as sculpture, and enable painters to hire more apprentices. His other argument was that painters o...

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The Future of the Internet : And How to Stop It

By: Jonathan Zittrain

...sale shift away from the original chaotic design that has given rise to the modern information revolution. This counterrevolution would push mainstre... ...s they own are more powerful than the fastest machines of the 1980s. Because modern computers are so much more powerful, they can spread malware with ... ...ve substantiate the gravity of the problem, and the variety of ways in which modern mainstream information technology can be subverted does not lessen... ...could be a tempting act of information warfare by any of the many enemies of modernity—asymmetric warfare at that, since the very beliefs that place s... ...emies at odds with the developed world may lead them to rely less heavily on modern IT themselves. The Rise and Stall of the Generative Net 52 A GLAC... ...ular reason to believe that his paintings would be as good among the work of painters as his music is judged to be among that of musicians. Generativi...

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Chicago Manual of Style

By: University of Chicago

... Neoplatonism, Literalist; the Romantic movement; the Sym- bolic school of painters. But do not capitalize any of the above or similar words, or t... ...; Carlyle, Essay on Bwns; Idylls of the King; Paradise Lost; the Z&p&t, the Modern Language Review, the Chi- cago Tribune, Report of the United Stat... ..., subpoena. In quotations from Old English, and from French and such other modern languages as employ it, use the ligature: Blfred, AS hwte ="whea... ...ysical Journal, Classical Journal, Classical Philology, Journal of Geology, Modern Ph.ilology, and School Review, from I up on each page. 74 The ... ...ms: use of capitals in;40; of itahcs, 61. SPECIMENS OF TYPES IN USE MODERN BODY TYPE FIVE POINT NO. 67 when thovrhtiul Greek# like Polybius...

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An Apostate: Nawin of Thais

By: Steven David Justin Sills

...ome, talented, and affluent types were the most common cannibalism in this modern world. 3 He thought about a Bangkok Post article which, three years ... ...that, after a two hour, two thousand degree baking in a fancy furnace at a modern, westernized crematorium, his bones would become a gritty white sand... ...on a distant road, and a water buffalo standing in what should have been a modern rice farm. These images continued to peel and fold back behind the t... ...ion. He would never equal the great artists of the world and of prostitute painters he was one of myriad in contemporary Southeast Asian art alone. Th... ...y of an artist's oeuvre, not nature and beauty. What else should he say: a modern world capital with the same poverty as its surrounding area and yet,... ... was ever emerging stories on the skyscraper of man in a downtown that was modernizing and changing faces; he told himself that to feel so disconcerte... ...tch pad, charcoal pencils, an easel, and other material items so vital for painters obsessed in depicting the inner world that was demotically and mis...

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Heroes of Unknown Seas and Savage Lands

By: J. W. Buel

...assage of the Atlantic before the time of Columbus -- Noah's Ark compared with modern vessels -- Egypt a country of marvels -- A great naval battle 12... ... against Carthage -- An ancient ship that exceeded in size and splendor of any modern vessel 67-69 CHAPTER V. Superstitions which long disputed the pr... ...................... 543 INTRODUCTION. ANCIENT HISTORY possesses a charm which modern annals cannot rival; there is a sun-tinted mist of romance envel... ...anufactured articles. A city called Arsinoe was at that time located where the modern Suez stands, and this place was a great port of entry for vessel... ...r achievements subside when the facts are made to appear that even our largest modern ocean steamers scarcely exceed in size some of the vessels that ... ...America up to the time of the settlement of the country by the whites. Mexican painters were also employed to make pictures of the Spaniards and of th...

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Essays

By: Michel Eyquem de Montaigne

...hearts, If bounties hand with all her beauteous parts, Poets, or Painters would to pourtray prove, Should they seeke earth below, or heav'n... ...est, disclaimeth all memorie, authorities, or borrowing of the ancient or moderne; whereas in course of his discourse he seemes acquainted not onely ... ...ntinue in our p osterity. Whereof there are so many examples (leaving our moderne a part that I need not wade farre into it. Edward the first King ... ...ties of accord: And therefore is it a common rule in the mouth of all our modern men of warre, that the Governour or Commaunder of a besieged place,... ...ond their purpose? The like wee see to bee in painting, for sometimes the Painters hand shall draw certaine lines or draughts, so farre exceeding his... ..., that in other Cities of Greece they went to seeke for Rhetoricians, for Painters, and for Musicians; whereas in Lacedemon, they sought for Law-giv... .../10/2005 3:39:08 AM Montaigne's Essays upon Aristotle (the Monarch of our moderne doctrine) or obstinately continued in search of any one science: I... ...uses only. CHAPTER XXVII: OF FRIENDSHIP ONSIDERING the proceeding of a Painters worke I have, a desire hath possessed mee to imitate him: He make... ...s, that truly a man shall not commonly heare of the like; and amongst our moderne men no signe of any such is seene. So many parts are re quired to ...

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Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus

By: Mary Wollstonecraft

... for the file as an electronic transmission, in any way. Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus by Mary Wollstonecraft (Godwin) Shelley , the Pennsylva... ...ia State University is an equal opportunity University. Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus by Mary Wollstonecraft (Godwin) Shelley Letter 1 TO Mrs... ...d that my daydreams are more extended and magnificent, but they want (as the painters call it) keeping; and I greatly need a friend who would have se... ...e dangerous mysteries of ocean to that production of the most imaginative of modern poets. There is something at work in my soul which I do not unders... ...n to me that the principles of Agrippa had been entirely exploded and that a modern system of science had been introduced which possessed much greate... ... of na ture. In spite of the intense labour and wonderful discover ies of modern philosophers, I always came from my studies discontented and unsat...

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Across the Plains

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...CIFIC CAPITAL........38 CHAPTER III - FONTAINEBLEAU VILLAGE COM- MUNITIES OF PAINTERS...............................52 CHAPTER IV - EPILOGUE TO “AN IN... ...0.] 52 Across the Plains CHAPTER III FONTAINEBLEAU VILLAGE COMMUNI- TIES OF PAINTERS I THE CHARM OF FONTAINEBLEAU is a thing apart. It is a place tha... ...on of great art – Millet who loved dignity like Michelangelo, Rousseau whose modern brush was dipped in the glamour of the ancients. It was chosen bef... ...l these, by the grace of railway travel, are brought to the very door of the modern painter; yet he does not seek them; he remains faithful to Fontain... ...is – comes the great fact that it is already colonised. The institution of a painters’ colony is a work of time and tact. The population must be conqu... ...entleman, will soon begin to find himself at home. And when that essentially modern creature, the English or American girl-student, began to walk calm... ...ovinces of life, recoiled aghast before the in- novation. But the girls were painters; there was nothing to be done; and Barbizon, when I last saw it ... ...from Culloden, passed a night of superstitious terrors; Leven, a bald, quite modern place, sacred to sum- mer visitors, whence there has gone but yest... ...suspect) he had partaken of the bottle; indeed, to put the thing in our cold modern way, the reverend gentleman was on the brink of delirium tremens. ...

...APTER I - ACROSS THE PLAIN........................3 CHAPTER II - THE OLD PACIFIC CAPITAL........38 CHAPTER III - FONTAINEBLEAU VILLAGE COMMUNITIES OF PAINTERS...............................52 CHAPTER IV - EPILOGUE TO ?AN INLAND VOYAGE?................................................................. 68 CHAPTER V - RANDOM MEMORIES.................79 CHAPTER VI - RANDOM MEMO...

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Eve and David

By: Honoré de Balzac

...is; and David Sechard, with the cour- age and intelligence of the ox which painters give the Evan- gelist for accompanying symbol, set himself to make... ...untry attorney, with no sort of craft nor subtlety. The whole machinery of modern society is so infinitely more complex than in ancient times, that th... ...nes which dispose the world at large to obedience. We are the T emplars of modern times; we have a doctrine of our own. Like the Templars, we have bee...

...Excerpt: Lucien had gone to Paris; and David Sechard, with the courage and intelligence of the ox which painters give the Evangelist for accompanying symbol, set himself to make the large fortune for which he had wished that evening down by the Charente, when he sat with Eve by the weir, and she gave him her hand and her heart....

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