November 8, 2012

Carol A. Feuerman

Dena Merriam

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It is an odious view in either case, because it denies the autonomy of the artist as one who interests himself in the artistic object in his own right, and likewise the autonomy of the work itself as existing for its own sake. (We may define a chemical as something which can effect a certain cure, but that is not its meaning to the chemist; and we may define toys, if we are weary parents, as things which keep our children quiet, but that is not what they are to engineers.) Furthermore, we must regard as uncritical the use of an extensive vocabulary which ascribes to the object properties really discovered in the subject, as: moving, exciting, entertaining, pitiful; great, if I am not mistaken, and admirable, on a slightly different ground; and, in strictness, beautiful itself. 2.
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November 8, 2012

Radical Art: Printmaking and the Left in 1930s New York

Helen Langa

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Senate seat in 1918, narrowly losing in a campaign marked by personal attacks from his opponent. Ages and generations have never the right to be the judges of all previous ages and generations: only to the rarest men in them can that difficult mission fall. Social scientific models for interpreting the Bible: essays by the Context Group in honor of Bruce J. How do scenes lead to a suspenseful resolution? Wilson] Knight saw that his method had an analogy in physics and that he had replaced "character" and all such "rigid particles" by a field theory....
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November 7, 2012

The Art-Architecture Complex

Hal Foster

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It is wrong to say that he created differences between the allies. Biblical scholarship should ask if it believes society needs the Bible and if so, decide how to communicate it positively. Some broad principles, however, are universally admitted by critical scholars. During the 1980s and into the 1990s deconstruction, influenced by such figures as Jacques Derrida and Paul de Man, dominated academic criticism.
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November 7, 2012

The Art of Exclusion: Representing Blacks in the Nineteenth

Albert Boime

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They had seen the destruction caused even by the people’s war and hence, they repudiated the influence and example of revolutionary French democracy in the same way as the United Nations repudiated German Nazism or Italian Fascism after the World War 11. This study looks to answer the question of what was the setting in which the text were being written and why it was being used. Which vase type was most often used a container for perfumed oil?
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November 7, 2012

Love in Asian Art and Culture (Asian Art & Culture

Vidya Dehejia

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MrDoomBringer later said that they were not planning to do this, and it was just a side note in a meeting. Wilkinson, “Our Authorized Bible Vindicated,” in Which Bible?, 279; D. WASHINGTON (CNN) -- After being roundly criticized in a slew of media, congressional and government reports, the Federal Emergency Management Agency's internal watchdog Friday returned its own verdict on the handling of Hurricane Katrina: The criticism against FEMA is largely deserved. "Much of the criticism is warranted," Inspector General Richard L.
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November 7, 2012

Japan and Its Art (1889 )

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Predictably, there is fear that study of biblical religion as an aspect of social systems will undercut the uniqueness of the Bible and plunge believers into “unspiritual” social controversy. But Christ spoke of the Old Testament Scriptures after His resurrection. Reader-response criticism, then, emphasizes how “religious, cultural, and social values affect readings; it also overlaps with gender criticism in exploring how men and women read the same text with different assumptions.” Though this approach rejects the notion that a single “correct” reading exists for a literary work, it does not consider all readings permissible: “Each text creates limits to its possible interpretations.” Deconstructionist Criticism: This approach “rejects the traditional assumption that language can accurately represent reality.” Deconstructionist critics regard language as a fundamentally unstable medium—the words “tree” or “dog,” for instance, undoubtedly conjure up different mental images for different people—and therefore, because literature is made up of words, literature possesses no fixed, single meaning.
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November 7, 2012

Closer than Fiction: American Visual Worlds Around 1970

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Van Seters is here playing semantical games. It is interesing that the cross was with the flag in every classroom, in that a similar practice had been followed under the National Socialist German Workers Party. In the nineteenth century, the Cambridge trio Lightfoot, Westcott and Hort opposed the liberal movements of rationalism and tendency criticism (F. In other cases, higher criticism contradicts church tradition (as with the gospels ) or even the words of the Bible itself (as with 2 Peter ).
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November 7, 2012

The Invention of the Model: Artists and Models in Paris,

Susan Waller

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The most virulent attacks from the pulpit warned that Presley was leading the nation’s youth to ruin. We find several other examples of it in miracle stories glorifying Asklepios, Apollonius of Tyana, and Rabbi Hanina ben Dosa, that I believe no one would deny are legendary. Telescoped Sonny infracts, The red tent essay flichter tigerishly. Bernard Lewis describes this as "something like what in Christian history was called a Judaizing heresy." [74] According to Moshe Sharon, the story of Muhammad having Jewish teachers is a legend developed in the 10th century A.
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November 6, 2012

The Word in the Desert: Scripture and the Quest for Holiness

Douglas Burton-Christie

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This volume presents what may be necessary for the majority of classes, as a background on which may be begun the study of the plays. Perhaps this work was an attempt to understand the serious peril of the nation. If superior in kind both to other men and to the environment of other men, the hero is a divine being, and the story about him will be a myth in the common sense of a story about a god. Hamartia is accompanied by moral imperfections (Oedipus, Macbeth).
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November 6, 2012

Zuni Pottery Designs to Color: 30 Modern Twists on Ancient

Mallery Quetawki

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“As if it were the task of every time to be just to everything before it! Slowly but surely, over the course of decades, Jews themselves entered the field and began shaping it on their own. Higher criticism asks whether the Bible is consistent with extra-Biblical archaeological finds and with what is known of the languages in which it was written. As previously noted, not only do the arguments for MM and ethicism differ in scope, but they also differ in detail; and in the detail of each arguments there are possible flaws.
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