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  1. Levi-Strauss and the Opera

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    Vlado Kotnik

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available This paper is dedicated to Claude Levi-Strauss and his structural reading of opera as metaphorical ‘composing’ of an anthropological grand opera, materialized in the four-volume study of Mythologiques, which refers to Wagner’s tetralogy of The Ring. He created a type of comparative view of the function and structure of myth schemes in Amerindian culture and the orchestral scores of Wagner’s operas, and implicitly signalled that European music, with its eminent representation – opera – has had the same value or similar symbolic position in the mind and life of a contemporary European that myth has had in ‘the savage mind’. Through this, he can lead us to the understanding of opera as myth and metaphor. However, the paper extends the discussion on Levi-Strauss to a broader historical picture of the relationship between opera and mythology as two symbolic systems of European culture.

  2. Levi-Strauss's "Bricolage" and Theorizing Teachers' Work.

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    Hatton, Elizabeth

    1989-01-01

    A teacher's work is compared to Claude Levi-Strauss's concept of "bricolage." A "bricoleur" is a professional do-it-yourself person, falling somewhere between an odd-job person and a craftsperson. The concept helps to explain pedagogical inadequacy by linking inherent limiting features of teachers' work and some causal…

  3. The wild thought and child psycholoy: new approaches from the dialogue of Claude Levi-Strauss and Maurice Merleau-Ponty

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    Paulo Victor Albertoni Lisboa

    2012-05-01

    Full Text Available The ideas about “logical”, “non-logical” and “pre-logical” consider an understanding about rationality or the discretion to state what rationality  intelligible is. Ethnology and phenomenology, when considering the dialog of Claude Lévi-Strauss and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, have in common the enlargement of concept about “rational” or “reason” as both authors make it intelligible as certain logical procedures that were previously not apprehensible in themselves. While Lévi-Strauss says there is no thought of the primitive, but only the savage mind, in the other words, a mode of knowledge closer to perception and imagination and which operates according to the logic of the concrete, in another sense, Maurice Merleau-Ponty draws on their work, about the perception and the development of an ontology of the sensible, to contest the claim that children have pre-logical thought, when judged against the criterion of “representation”. The two authors have, therefore, the perception is the foundation for the assertion of the savage mind or child psychology, and converge on the location of the arts space for the possibility of learning to see the world differently in Western culture.

  4. Levi-Strauss, Claude (1908-2009)

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    Bouchet, Dominique

    2015-01-01

    Before Lévi-Strauss, anthropology was merely empirical and mostly interested in identifying different cultures’ contextual framework. Lévi-Strauss is not just interested in understanding and explaining different cultures from within. He wants to figure out how humans think fundamentally and from...... there to understand cultural diversity. Lévi-Strauss is the first anthropologist to connect cultural diversity with the unity of humans, that is to say, with human nature. All humans do not think the same, neither do they unite in the same way, but they compose in the same way. They have the same propensity to create...

  5. The paradigm of description in ethnographic translation: the translator Levi-Strauss in Tristes Tropiques

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    Alice Maria de Araújo Ferreira

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Published in 1955, Tristes Tropiques by Claude Levi-Strauss is an account of the journey that the author and ethnographer made on the American continent, especially in Brazil, in 1930. With a free poetic style not restricted by the austerity of scientific work, Levi-Strauss introduced a reflection that established a crucial rupture in ethnographic studies and in the humanities in general, or rather, the rupture of the gaze. His aim is not precisely the culture of the indigenous people in Brazil, but Levi-Strauss himself as the subject of the gaze. How may one grasp an object that changes as one gazes at it? How does the gaze affect the object while gazing, observing, analyzing, describing, and translating it? Current essay discusses what the translator does to the speech of the other when translating it. Different translation strategies from Portuguese into French proposed by Levi-Strauss in Tristes Tropiques are discussed. Conceiving ethnographic translation from the description paradigm and as an encounter of cultures (but not as replacement, the author analyzes the process performed within the gap between the gaze experience and the production of speech of such gaze to understand the value produced at the end of the axis corresponding to the ethnographic translation-description.

  6. Levi-Strauss : UNESCO = anthropology : politics

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    Ljiljana Gavrilović

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available This paper discusses Levi-Strauss engagement in UNESCO activities. On the one hand, Levi-Strauss engagement in Pakistan had an important impact on his later work, as well as on his overall view about the world and culture( s; while on the other, Levi-Strauss’s definitions of the relationship between race/nation and culture had an important influence on the ways in which UNESCO dealt with the ideas about culture and on the ways these ideas were implemented in its global strategies of action in/towards culture. On the one hand, this engagement included a delivery of the European world view (as a superior one to everyone who does not have it; while on the other, it also meant a protection of material remains of different cultures world-wide and protection of non-material heritage and/as entire "Othern-ness", whenever it is located, and (at least in theory however it looks like. In that sense, Levi- Strauss public engagement had an important impact not only on anthropology, as a discipline that he dedicated his life to, but also to the formation of contemporary understanding of politically correct relationship towards the "Other".

  7. Geertz versus Levi-Strauss: latent structural dispositions in Geertz "theory of culture"?

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    Gordana Gorunović

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available These are two authors, in Foucauldian terms that certainly belong to the most influential individuals in socio-cultural anthropology, as well as in the social sciences and interdisciplinary research more broadly. Claude Levi- Strauss became some kind of an "intellectual hero" during the domination of structuralism in the mid-twentieth century and during the 1960s, while Clifford Geertz was an ‘icon and ambassador’ of anthropology in the second half of the twentieth century. They are both one of the founders of the discourse theory. They not only established a distinct theoretical approaches and methods – structural (Levi-Strauss and interpretative anthropology (Clifford Geertz, but through their intellectual authority they also inspired paradigms and intellectual movements making structuralism and "interpretation of culture" more than some passing episodes in the history of social though (in terms of "trendy ideas". My aim is to make some parallels between these two authors, who despite all the differences that are evident in their epistemological discourses, theoretical approaches and methods (as well as in their ethnographic and anthropological writings itself still have some similarities in their theorisation and interpretation of culture, which I would like to stress in this paper.

  8. Batik Kreatif Amri Yahya dalam Perspektif Strukturalisme Levi-Strauss

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    Irfa'ina Rohana Salma

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available ABSTRAKPada saat ini sebagaian besar pengembangan motif batik mengacu pada ragam hias tradisional, sehingga hasilnya cenderung monoton. Perlu penyegaran visual dan diversifikasi gagasan untuk menghasilkan motif batik modern yang baru, unik, kreatif, dan inovatif. Tujuan kajian ini adalah menginspirasi para seniman, perajin, desainer untuk menciptakan motif kreatif sebagai diversifikasi produk yang semakin memperkaya khasanah batik Indonesia, dengan mengkaji batik kreatif karya Amri Yahya. Batik kreatif Amri Yahya telah mendapat pengakuan internasional sebagai batik modern. Metode yang digunakan yaitu deskriptif analitis untuk mendeskripsikan dan menganalisis objek seni yaitu batik karya Amri Yahya dengan perspektif Strukturalisme Levi-Strauss. Dari kajian ini dapat disimpulkan bahwa batik kreatif karya Amri Yahya dihasilkan dari keberanian dan kebebasan berekspresi serta konsistensi dalam berkarya seni.Kata kunci: batik, kreatif, Amri Yahya, strukturalisme Levi-StraussABSTRACTAt this time almost all of the batik motive bulk development refers to the traditional decoration, so the results tend to be monotonous. It needs a visual refreshment and diversity idea to produce a modern motive that is new, unique, creative, and innovative. The purpose of this study was to inspire the artists, craft men, designers to create the creative motifs as the diversified products to enrichIndonesian batik, reviewing creative batik of Amri Yahya. These Amri Yahya creative batik hasreceived international recognition as a modern batik. The method used is descriptive analysis todescribe artwork object that is Amri Yahya batik with Levi -Strauss's Structuralism perspective. From this study it can be concluded that the creative work of Amri Yahya batik produced from the encouragement and independecy of expression, as well as consistency in the artwork.Keywords: batik, creative, Amri Yahya, levi - strauss structuralis

  9. Jung

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    Haaning, Aksel

    Intellektuel biografi med vægt på den schweiziske psykiater C. G. Jung som historisk forsker, herunder opdagelse og senere udgivelse af den middelalderlatinske tekst "Aurora consurgens."......Intellektuel biografi med vægt på den schweiziske psykiater C. G. Jung som historisk forsker, herunder opdagelse og senere udgivelse af den middelalderlatinske tekst "Aurora consurgens."...

  10. Corporate strategies and clothing supply chains reshaping towards the United States: Levi Strauss & Co firm’s situation

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    Guadalupe García de León P.

    2009-07-01

    Full Text Available This article presents a summary of the corporate strategies of the Levi Strauss & Co. firm, a company that has had an important role in each one of the phases of Mexico’s process of integration into the global apparel production: the integration under the shared–production programs, the first stage of NAFTA, and the current stage of decline of Mexican exports and re–positioning of China. The central argument is that, by analyzing the competitive strategies of the leading firms of global apparel networks—as in the case of Levi’s—, we can get closer to the restructuring logic of these networks and understand the changing terms of the international insertion of the countries and firms involved, as in the case of Mexico.

  11. Lévi-Strauss en el pensamiento filosófico latinoamericano. : Claude Lévi-Strauss: El pensamiento de un siglo. "Psicoanalisis y Antropologia hoy"

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    Gonzalez , Patricia; de Pablo , Elisabeth; Winkler , Lisette; Borie , Cesar

    2008-01-01

    Corpus "ASA-SHS"; Nacido en 1908, Claude LEVI-STRAUSS, es considerado el fundador de la antropología estructural e introductor a las ciencias sociales del enfoque estructuralista basado en la lingüistica estructural de Saussure. Por la influencia de su obra, dentro y fuera de la antropología, es considerado uno de los intelectuales más influyentes del siglo XX. Con motivo del aniversario del antropólogo, el Coloquio internacional "Claude Lévi-Srauss: el pensamiento de un siglo “psicoanalisis ...

  12. Levi-Strauss Ve Roland Barthes’ın Yaklaşımıyla “God Of War III” Oyununun Mitsel Çözümlemesi

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    SEPETÇİ, Tülin

    2016-01-01

    Bu çalışmanın amacı, Roland Barthes ve Levi-Strauss’un mit kuramlarını bir popüler kültür ürünü olarak ele alınan “God of War III” adlı video oyunu bağlamında karşılaştırmaktır. Çalışmada öncelikle tarihsel süreç içerisinde mitlerin işlevi ve “oyun” kavramının mitlerle ilişkisinden, ardından Levi-Strauss ve Roland Barthes’ın mit yaklaşımları ve analizinden bahsedilmiş, ardından “God of War III” adlı video oyununa mitsel çözümleme yapılmıştır. Her iki düşünürün mit yaklaşımları çerçevesinde ön...

  13. Claude Antoine Prieur

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    Grison, Emmanuel

    2010-01-01

    Portrait de Claude Antoine Prieur Notre peintre officiel nous présente un Prieur en civil, adorné d’une cravate louis-philipparde, coiffure discrètement bouclée, demi-sourire satisfait dans un visage aux traits réguliers mais peu expressifs. Une sorte d’administrateur distingué, pas du tout militaire et, s’il fut révolutionnaire, bien converti. Ce n’est vraiment pas l’impression qui ressort de la bibliographie passionnante et parfaitement documentée écrite par G. Bouchard et qu’illustre beau...

  14. Claude Dangoisse (1956 - 2012)

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    2012-01-01

    We deeply regret to announce the death of Mr Claude Dangoisse on 1 July 2012.   Mr Dangoisse, who was born on 18 April 1956, worked in the IT Department and had been at CERN since 1st December 1979. The Director-General has sent a message of condolence to his family on behalf of the CERN personnel. Social Affairs Human Resources Department   Claude had a long and rich career at CERN, having several successive jobs over 30 years. Arriving first at CERN as an electrician to participate in the PS and SPS cabling, he was then an operator of the CERN Meyrin Control room for almost 10 years. Then he joined the Telecom section where he was in charge of the telephone exchange infrastructure. His professional devotion, his constant good mood, and the help he gave to his colleagues, made him a colleague who was much appreciated by everyone. Many of us are losing both a colleague and a friend. The funeral took place on 5 July in Sciez church (74).   His colleagues and friends &...

  15. Ud & se - med Claude Monet

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    Bonde, Lisbeth

    2015-01-01

    Udstillingen 'Claude Monet - Lost in Translation - på ARoS stiller ind på Claud Monet og hans samtidige malerkolleger. Udstillingen forsøger at "genlæse" Monet fra et samtidskunstnerisk perspektiv - og vurderer hans indsats, inden hans værker er blevet reproduceret ihjel....

  16. [Was Claude Bernard an atheist?].

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    Donnet, V

    1998-01-01

    During his stay at Villefranche-sur-Saône College, Claude Bernard became acquainted with Ferdinand Donnet, appointed a short while ago, priest of the Parish. This priest became Cardinal and carried out his apostolate at Bordeaux for 47 years. 40 years after their meeting at Villefranche, Cardinal Donnet and Claude Bernard found again each other as "Sénateurs d'Empire" in Paris. In his writings, Claude Bernard never mentioned Religion: he rather gave impression, in many ways, of being anticlerical! Paul Bert and his colleagues looked upon Claude Bernard as a great priest of atheism. Shortly after his death, Cardinal Donnet wrote a letter where he entirely proved that Claude Bernard has been, on the contrary, a fervent catholic.

  17. Claude Nicollier visits CERN

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    Jordan Juras

    2011-01-01

    Switzerland’s first astronaut, Claude Nicollier, paid a short visit to CERN on Thursday 22 June, to lead a colloquium about the Hubble Space Telescope. With the Shuttle programme soon coming to an end. Nicollier recalled the enriching experience he had at NASA and gave us a preview of the futuristic project that he is currently involved in.   The colloquium, Hubble, the astronomer, the telescope, the results, surveyed the three themes suggested by its title: the fundamental discoveries made by Edwin Hubble in the early 20th century, servicing the telescope in orbit and the main results recently obtained relating to the structure and history of our universe. Nicollier spoke from the rare perspective of an astronaut who has had real contact with Hubble in orbit and included some of his own photography from the missions. Nicollier has an intimate relationship with the telescope that very few astrophysicists share. “I had the opportunity to service Hubble twice, both from the comf...

  18. Batik Kreatif Amri Yahya dalam Perspektif Strukturalisme Levi-Strauss

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    Irfa'ina Rohana Salma

    2016-01-01

    ABSTRAKPada saat ini sebagaian besar pengembangan motif batik mengacu pada ragam hias tradisional, sehingga hasilnya cenderung monoton. Perlu penyegaran visual dan diversifikasi gagasan untuk menghasilkan motif batik modern yang baru, unik, kreatif, dan inovatif. Tujuan kajian ini adalah menginspirasi para seniman, perajin, desainer untuk menciptakan motif kreatif sebagai diversifikasi produk yang semakin memperkaya khasanah batik Indonesia, dengan mengkaji batik kreatif karya Amri Yahya. Bat...

  19. A case of undeclared debt? Claude Lévi-Strauss' ambiguities and paradoxes toward analytical psychology.

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    Serina, Florent

    2018-06-09

    If his relationship to Sigmund Freud's psychoanalysis has been widely acknowledged, Claude Lévi-Strauss' rapport with C.G. Jung's analytical psychology remains quite obscure. While secondary commentary has been abundant, its approach has above all been intertextual, to the detriment of a rigorously historical reading. Even if certain arguments put forward by supporters of so-called "influence" deserve to be taken into account, especially because they highlight Lévi-Strauss ambiguities and paradoxes toward Jung, this paper provides proof that a precise reading of the texts, with the help of recent studies on the intellectual genesis of Lévi-Strauss, lead to reject the thesis of an unstated debt owed by the French anthropologist to the Zurich psychologist. © 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

  20. Jung in education

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    Gitz-Johansen, Thomas

    2016-01-01

    -Jungian inspiration are identified: Mytho-historical education, holistic education, archetypal pedagogy, educating imagination, educating different personality types, and transformative education. Finally it is suggested, that while analytical psychology may never occupy a place in the mainstream of educational......This article is a review of the influence of analytical psychology within the field of education. The influence of analytical psychology on the mainstream of educational thought and practice has never been great. However, Jung himself gave a number of lectures on education and post-Jungians have...... further explored the relevance of analytical thought in education. The article first outlines Jung’s own thoughts about education and their reception in primarily North-America and England. The second half of the article discusses the post-Jungian contributions. Six different strands of post...

  1. Magnetic resonance imaging of the claude syndrome

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    Toshima, Hiroko; Miyajima, Masayuki; Kinoshita, Masanobu; Shimojou, Sadatomo; Miyahara, Tadashi

    1988-01-01

    A case of the Claude syndrome complicated by Parinaud's syndrome is reported. A 68-year-old male suddenly developed a diplopia and ataxic gait on June 16, 1985. On admission, he exhibited a right oculomotor palsy, an upward-gaze palsy, and left cerebellar ataxia. A brain CT was negative, but MRI performed on June 19 showed a low-intensity area in the left red nucleus of the midbrain on inversion recovery. The patient was thought to have a Claude syndrome due to an ischemic cerebral infarct. Since the first report, by Claude in 1912 of a case, with an unilateral oculomotor palsy and contralateral cerebellar ataxia, the lesions responsible for which were attributed to the red nucleus, many cases have been reported in the literature as the Claude syndrome or as a red-nucleus syndrome. In Japan 8 cases of the Claude syndrome have thus far been reported, but only one report refers to the CT findings of this syndrome. This is the first report to describe the MRI findings of a case of the Claude syndrome complicated with Parinaud's syndrome; a red-nucleus lesion of the homolateral midbrain has been clearly demonstrated. (author)

  2. Magnetic resonance imaging of the claude syndrome

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    Toshima, Hiroko; Miyajima, Masayuki; Kinoshita, Masanobu; Shimojou, Sadatomo; Miyahara, Tadashi

    1988-04-01

    A case of the Claude syndrome complicated by Parinaud's syndrome is reported. A 68-year-old male suddenly developed a diplopia and ataxic gait on June 16, 1985. On admission, he exhibited a right oculomotor palsy, an upward-gaze palsy, and left cerebellar ataxia. A brain CT was negative, but MRI performed on June 19 showed a low-intensity area in the left red nucleus of the midbrain on inversion recovery. The patient was thought to have a Claude syndrome due to an ischemic cerebral infarct. Since the first report, by Claude in 1912 of a case, with an unilateral oculomotor palsy and contralateral cerebellar ataxia, the lesions responsible for which were attributed to the red nucleus, many cases have been reported in the literature as the Claude syndrome or as a red-nucleus syndrome. In Japan 8 cases of the Claude syndrome have thus far been reported, but only one report refers to the CT findings of this syndrome. This is the first report to describe the MRI findings of a case of the Claude syndrome complicated with Parinaud's syndrome; a red-nucleus lesion of the homolateral midbrain has been clearly demonstrated.

  3. Whether Jung Was a Kantian?

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    Valentin Balanovskiy

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available Researchers often talk about a powerful heuristic potential of the Kantian heritage, but sometimes they do not show concrete examples in defense of this opinion outside Kantianism and Neo- Kantianism. This article contains an attempt to demonstrate that on the example of how efficiently C.G. Jung used Kant’s ideas to construct the theoretical basis of analytical psychology in general and his conception of archetypes in particular, we can see the urgency of Kant’s heritage not only for his direct spiritual successors. In addition the question is discussed: why did Jung claim that epistemologically he took his stand on Kant?

  4. Jung, the Pentateuch and ethics

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    Eben Scheffler

    2004-10-01

    Full Text Available This article reflects on the contribution� that can� be made to the interpretation of the Bible by employing the analytical psychology of Carl Jung. After some relevant biographical considerations on Jung, his view of religion and the Bible is briefly considered, followed by a look into Genesis 1-3 in terms of his distinction of archetypes. It is suggested in the conclusion that Jungian psychological Biblical criticism can lead to a changed, but fresh view on the �authority� or influence of the Bible in the lives of (postmodern human beings and their (ethical behaviour.

  5. Jung's quest for the "Aurora consurgens"

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    Haaning, Aksel

    2014-01-01

    Auriferae (1593); and it raises the question of whether this could be the possible missing link to Jung's subsequent research in Alchemy and Hermetic Philosophy in the years to come. It is argued that here was the beginning of Jung's quest for the Aurora consurgens, the publication of which concludes...... the Mysterium Conuinctionis more than twenty years later. It is further maintained that this choice of the Aurora is a profound expression of Jung's ambition to revitalize the past from within the individual, and helps explain Jung's deep concern with the welfare and future of modern society.......The paper focuses on the year 1929 when Jung published ‘A European commentary’ to Richard Wilhelm's German translation of the Taoist text The Secret of the Golden Flower. This shows that Jung had already started on the track of European alchemy by following up Conrad Waldkirch's preface in Artis...

  6. Freud, Adler, Jung: From Womb to Tomb.

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    Pedrini, D. T.; Pedrini, Bonnie C.

    This paper briefly introduces outlines of psychoanalysis (Freud), individual psychology (Adler), and analytical psychology (Jung). Freud focused on problems of adults as they related to childhood; Adler on problems of adults as they related to adulthood; and Jung on problems of adults as they related to middle and later years. Jungian analytical…

  7. Jean-Claude Brunet (1941 - 2016)

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    2016-01-01

    Jean-Claude Brunet passed away on 27 February 2016.   Brunet joined CERN in 1966 and was one of the key players in the design of the colliders, from the ISR, the first Intersecting Storage Rings, to the LHC, not forgetting the AA, the first Antiproton Accumulator, and LEP. An engineer in the design office, he participated as a precursor to the development and implementation of many elements of the ultra-high vacuum (UHV) systems of these machines. He also played an important role in the design and construction of the LHC cryostats. As a leader, he was always open-minded and much appreciated by the younger generations. His strong energy led him to be a staff representative and one of the pillars of the touring section of the Ski Club. We have lost a creator, a traveller, a sailor, a mountaineer and a great friend. Our thoughts go to his wife, Marie-Claude and his family. His friends and former colleagues

  8. [Claude Bernard - then and now].

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    Wise, Peter

    2017-01-01

    The early life of Claude Bernard - dreamer and frustrated playwright - reveals no indication of his future scientific aptitude. Cartesian doubt, a principle that he would adhere to lifelong, clouded a failed pharmacy apprenticeship that led to medical studies in Paris - but without great success. Research was his only aim, it was made possible only by a lucrative but unsuccessful arranged marriage. His passion for work and over-riding principles of truth and proof would ultimately allow him to stand out from his peers with recognition by multiple French professional societies - and the wider scientific world. In today's world, the two centuries-long practice of homeopathy illustrates his abhorrence of ''practice without proof'': a dominance by economic factors that is apparent in cancer chemotherapy, where new drug approval is often based on statistics rather than genuine clinical benefit. Bernard was indeed sceptical about the (ab)use of statistics - a caution even more necessary today. His experimental method stands out as a signal principle in research. This was cleverly taken out of context by Emile Zola, who used it to support his ideas on the literary naturalism that appeared in his Rougon-Macquart cycle of books - and that led him to dedicate his book, Le Roman Expérimental, to Claude Bernard himself. © Société de Biologie, 2017.

  9. Graph Theory in Paris : Conference in Memory of Claude Berge

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    Fonlupt, Jean; Fouquet, Jean-Luc; Fournier, Jean-Claude; Alfonsín, Jorge

    2007-01-01

    In July 2004, a conference on graph theory was held in Paris in memory of Claude Berge, one of the pioneers of the field. The event brought together many prominent specialists on topics, such as perfect graphs and matching theory, upon which Claude Berge's work has had a major impact. This volume includes contributions to these and other topics from many of the participants.

  10. Outside-In: Jung's myth of interiority ambiguated. Or - Knowing me, Knowing Jung - ahah!

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    Saban, Mark

    2018-06-01

    Given his lifelong battle against one-sidedness Jung's persistent prioritising of the 'inner life' over the 'outer' can seem problematic. The question is raised as to whether an approach that seems to verge uncomfortably close to solipsism can sometimes render Jung blind to the intuition that psychic life is constituted by an on-going interplay between inner and outer, self and other (an intuition that he himself sometimes articulated so brilliantly). The 'ambiguation' of Jung's work offers an opportunity to confront this problem by utilising a critical dynamic that is consistent with Jung's psychological insights. © 2018, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  11. Jung, Winnicott and the divided psyche.

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    Saban, Mark

    2016-06-01

    In his review of Memories Dreams Reflections, Winnicott diagnosed Jung as suffering from a psychic split, and characterized the content and the structure of analytical psychology as primarily moulded and conditioned by Jung's own defensive quest for a 'self that he could call his own'. This pathologizing analysis continues to be endorsed by contemporary Jungian writers. In this paper I attempt to show that Winnicott's critique is fundamentally misguided because it derives from a psychoanalytic model of the psyche, a model that regards all dissociation as necessarily pathological. I argue that Jung's understanding of the psyche differs radically from this model, and further, that it conforms by and large to the kind of dissociative model that we find in the writings of Frederic Myers, William James and Theodor Flournoy. I conclude that a fruitful relationship between psychoanalysis and analytical psychology must depend upon an awareness of these important differences between the two psychic models. © 2016, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  12. The Pauli-Jung conjecture and its impact today

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    Fuchs, Christopher A

    2014-01-01

    Related to the key areas of Pauli''s and Jung''s joint interests, the book covers overlapping issues from the perspectives of physics, philosophy, and psychology. Of primary significance are epistemological questions connected to issues such as realism, measurement, observation, consciousness, and the unconscious. The contributions assess the extensive material that we have about Pauli''s and Jung''s ideas today, with particular respect to concrete research questions and projects based on and re...

  13. Jung's "Psychology with the Psyche" and the Behavioral Sciences.

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    Jones, Raya A

    2013-09-01

    The behavioral sciences and Jung's analytical psychology are set apart by virtue of their respective histories, epistemologies, and definitions of subject matter. This brief paper identifies Jung's scientific stance, notes perceptions of Jung and obstacles for bringing his system of thought into the fold of the behavioral sciences. The impact of the "science versus art" debate on Jung's stance is considered with attention to its unfolding in the fin de siècle era.

  14. Person According to Freud, Adler, Jung, ?.

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    Pedrini, D. T.; Gregory, Lura N.

    The nature of persons and studying persons present many problems. This paper attempts to place the problems in perspective, not only in terms of the past, but also in terms of the future. Insightful contributions of Freud, Adler, and Jung are presented in brief overview. Some of their antecedents are mentioned. A future perspective ? is alluded…

  15. Claude Cahun and Suzanne Malherbe: an "amour fou"

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    Silvia Mazzucchelli

    2013-02-01

    Full Text Available Claude Cahun is a writer and photographer born in Nantes in 1894. The purpose of this work is to explore her polymorphic and fluctuating identity through the artistic and affective link with her partner Suzanne Malherbe. Starting from the analysis of the iconic themes composing the visual symbol used by the two artists to sanction the exclusivity of their affair, we can conclude that Claude Cahun, by the means of her partner, becomes the absolute protagonist of her work, demolishing the wall between reality and art. 

  16. Ajalool on ajaloolaste nägu / Jean-Claude Schmitt ; interv. Marek Tamm

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    Schmitt, Jean-Claude

    2004-01-01

    Intervjuu ajaloolase Jean-Claude Schmittiga. Ilm. ka: Keha, pilt ja unenägu : intervjuu Jean-Claude Scmittiga // Schmitt, Jean-Claude. Püha hurdakoer : Guinefort - lasteravija 13. sajandist. - Tallinn, 2000. - Lk. 296-305 ; Kuidas kirjutatakse ajalugu? // Tamm, Marek. Kuidas kirjutatakse ajalugu? - Tallinn, 2007. - 161-177

  17. Jung's view on myth and post-modern psychology.

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    Jones, Raya A

    2003-11-01

    Post-modern psychology embodies two core themes, the social mind and the narrative self. Whereas the social-mind thesis seems diametrically opposed to Jung's position regarding human nature, the narrative-self thesis is associated with research and theorizing about personal myth and mythmaking in ways that could make contact with Jung's concerns. Jung's view is examined here with particular attention to McAdams' theory of narrative identity. It is suggested that the ostensible differences between Jung and post-modern psychology might reflect divergent interests, rather than necessarily irreconcilable worldviews.

  18. Two Jungs. Apropos a paper by Mark Saban.

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    Giegerich, Wolfgang

    2015-06-01

    Jung's idea of the 'personal equation' amounts to the reflection that theoretical differences between the psychologies that people teach are rooted in their personalities, in other words, that they are due to the psychology each one 'has'. This concept also applies to different interpretations of Jung's work. The serious difficulties that Mark Saban has with my psychology are a case in point. Recourse to the concept of the personal equation reveals that Saban has his Jung and I have mine. With his insistence on his Talmudic methodological principle of dream interpretation, that 'the dream is its own interpretation', according to Saban Jung means nothing but a rejection of Freudian free association. My Jung goes far beyond that. Jung understands this methodological principle above all in terms of what he calls 'circumambulation'. The main part of this paper is devoted to an elucidation of what circumambulation involves as a mode of dream interpretation. The paper concludes with the distinction Jung himself introduced between two types of reading of his work, either as 'paper' and 'dead nostrums' or as 'fire and wind', and pleads for a reconstruction of Jung's psychology as a whole in terms of his most advanced, deepest insights, instead of a dogmatic reading mainly based on the early Jung, a reading for which his later revolutionary insights are at best negligible embellishments. © 2015, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  19. Jung's views of Nazi Germany: the first year and Jung's transition.

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    Schoenl, William; Schoenl, Linda

    2016-09-01

    This article first considers Jung's response to the coming to power of the Nazis in Germany. It brings forth evidence that, besides wanting to preserve psychotherapy in Germany and maintain the international connection between the German and other communities of psychotherapists, he wanted to advance Jungian psychology - his psychology - in Germany. It also presents evidence that, although he occasionally made some anti-Semitic statements during this early period, he was not anti-Semitic in the way the Nazis were. The paper then argues that after Gustav Bally's criticisms in the Neue Zuercher Zeitung in February 1934, Jung entered into a transitional period that spring during which he became warier both of the Nazis and of making any statements that could be construed as being anti-Semitic. Schoenl and Peck (2012) have shown how Jung's views of Nazi Germany changed from 1933 to March 1936. This present article demonstrates very significant changes in Jung's views during the important early part of this period, that is from January 1933 - when Hitler became Chancellor of Germany - through to the spring of 1934. It draws on evidence from archival and other primary sources. © 2016, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

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  1. Jung's Psychology and Deleuze's Philosophy: The Unconscious in Learning

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    Semetsky, Inna; Delpech-Ramey, Joshua A.

    2012-01-01

    This paper addresses the unconscious dimension as articulated in Carl Jung's depth psychology and in Gilles Deleuze's philosophy. Jung's theory of the archetypes and Deleuze's pedagogy of the concept are two complementary resources that posit individuation as the goal of human development and self-education in practice. The paper asserts that…

  2. Another serious misunderstanding: Jung, Giegerich and a premature requiem.

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    Saban, Mark

    2015-02-01

    Barreto's paper, 'Requiem for analytical psychology' utilized Jung's dreams and visions to argue for the obsolescence of Jungian psychology. Its thesis rested upon the theoretical assumptions of Giegerich's psychology as a Discipline of Interiority, which he and Giegerich claim are themselves based in Jung's psychology. Here I argue that that claim is misplaced because it depends upon a fundamental misunderstanding of the nature of Jung's psychological project. I shall further argue that Giegerich's arguments for a Jungian basis to his psychology rely upon misreadings and decontextualisations of Jung's original texts. Finally, I shall attempt to draw attention to the weaknesses and contradictions involved in Barreto's interpretations of Jung's dreams and visions. © 2015, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  3. Poststructuralism as Theory and Practice in the English Classroom. ERIC Digest.

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    Bush, Harold K., Jr.

    This digest provides a historical review of some current literary theories and practices which developed from contemporary philosophy. Structuralism, associated with Ferdinand de Saussure and Claude Levi-Strauss, with a seemingly scientific view of language and culture posited a systemic "center" that organized and sustained an entire…

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    2001-01-01

    som både Claude Levi-Strauss lægger op til i sine klassiske studier af "den vilde tanke", og som Jean Baudrillard siden har lagt op til i sine analyser af samlere som en slags ekstreme forbrugere, der er i færd med at komplettere deres identitet gennem besiddelser af genstande. Imidlertid tillægger...

  5. Winnicott's invitation to 'further games of Jung-analysis'.

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    Meredith-Owen, William

    2015-02-01

    Winnicott signs off his celebrated review of Jung's (1963) autobiography Memories, Dreams, Reflections with the warning that translation of 'erreichten' as 'attained' (implying assimilation) rather than as 'reached to', could 'queer the pitch for further games of Jung-analysis'. This subtly underscores his view that Jung--who he described earlier as 'mentally split' and lacking 'a self with which to know'--remained essentially dissociated. However, Winnicott, whilst immersed in this work on Jung, wrote a letter to Michael Fordham describing himself as suffering 'a lifelong malady' of 'dissociation'. But this he now reported repaired through a 'splitting headache' dream of destruction, dreamt 'for Jung, and for some of my patients, as well as for myself' (Winnicott 1989, p. 228). Winnicott's recurrent concern during his last decade was with 'reaching to'--that quintessential Winnicottian term--some reparative experience that could address such difficulties in constellating a 'unit self'. This is correlated with his engagement with Jung and tracked through his contemporaneous clinical work, particularly 'Fear of Breakdown' (1963). Themes first introduced by Sedgwick (2008) and developed by the author's earlier 'Winnicott on Jung; destruction, creativity and the unrepressed unconscious' (2011) are given further consideration. © 2015, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  6. A visit paid to Jung by Alwine von Keller.

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    Bernardini, Riccardo; Quaglino, Gian Piero; Romano, Augusto

    2011-04-01

    In the winter of 1943-1944, Jung had suffered a coronary thrombosis which almost cost him his life. During his illness, Jung experienced a series of visions, described in his Memories, Dreams, Reflections, which were also to influence significantly the development of his theoretical thinking. On 27(th) September 1944, Alwine von Keller (1878-1965) paid a visit to Jung, while he was still convalescing, in Zurich and documented her meeting with him in a series of notes, recently discovered, which testify to the fact that, at the time of their meeting, Jung was engaged in writing the 'Salt' chapter of Mysterium coniunctionis and investigating the alchemistic symbolism of the 'sea'. This theme seems to testify to a continuity of interests on Jung's part with the seminar he held at Eranos the previous year on the cartographic art of Opicinus de Canistris (1296-c.1352). With its addition of many unpublished details, Alwine von Keller's notes supplement the report which Jung made of his visions experienced during his sickness in MDR. In particular, these attest to the fact that Jung had attributed the terrible experience which he had endured to the problem of the conjunctio, which was confronting him from the theoretical point of view in his writing of Mysterium coniunctionis. © 2011, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  7. C. G. Jung: the Man and His Work, Then and Now.

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    Alexander, Irving E.

    This paper discusses the life of Carl Jung, analyzing the relationship to his work of selected events in his life. Biographical elements of Jung's life such as his family and childhood experiences are described, and specific incidents that Jung reported to have had a great impact on his emotional health are highlighted. Jung's professional…

  8. Jaan Jung. Muinasaja teadus eestlaste maalt III / Villem Reiman

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    2015-01-01

    Jaan Jungi elust ja tegevusest ning tema raamatust: Muinasajateadus eestlaste maalt : III, Kohalised muinasaja kirjeldused Tallinnamaalt / Kogunud ja välja annud J. Jung. Tallinn : A. Busch'i rmtkpl., 1910

  9. Who is my Jung? A personal and symbolic history.

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    Fitzgerald, Jim

    2018-06-01

    Identifying the reality of Jung in my life requires first of all a historical examination. How Jung first came into my life through my reading a book by P.W.Martin, Experiment in Depth, stands as a metaphor for the conscious unravelling of psychological development. His further appearance in a sequence of dreams demonstrated the significance of both the instinctual and the numinous in Jung's life and in my personal individuation. Finally, through a consideration of light and shadow, particularly in two photographs of Jung, a conclusion is reached that individuation requires an integration of shadow in the personality, in order to achieve wholeness, not perfection. © 2018, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  10. Surreal and Canny Selves: Photographic Figures in Claude Cahun

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    Gayle Zachmann

    2003-06-01

    Full Text Available In her 1975 essay, Le Rire de la méduse , Hélène Cixous enthusiastically announced that it was high time for women to enter into discourse. A full half-century earlier, Claude Cahun (1894-1954, a powerful writer and a haunting photographer and artist, was already inscribing herself, Woman, and a woman's voice in visual and verbal self-portraits, photomontages, prose texts, poetry, and aesthetic and political treatises. Cahun's uncanny interventions in both verbal and visual discourse cannily interrogate conventions of literary and pictorial representation and the constructions of self, gender and culture that they exhibit. Insistently asking readers and spectators, "What's wrong with this picture?," her carnivalesque play with the doxa and the politics of identity, destabilizes not only gender and genre norms, but the boundaries and distinctions between visual and verbal representation. Surreal and Canny Selves explores the aesthetic frameworks of writer/artist Claude Cahun. Elucidating how Cahun's questioning of her self and Surrealist representations of woman were part of a much more expansive adventure that questioned more than femininity—the manuscript moves on to trace how and what Cahun's foregrounding of figuration and, more specifically, photographic figuration, might signify for the uncanny aesthetic practices deployed in the hybrid text Aveux non avenus .

  11. Claude Simon : une contestation du texte par l’image

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    Bérénice Bonhomme

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available L’image joue un rôle central dans l’œuvre de Claude Simon. Le rôle de l’image plastique apparaît d’abord comme un stimulus, mais c’est une image absentée, en creux, mise hors jeux. Inversement, le mot lui-même devient image, tension rentrée vers le visible qui va jusqu’au rébus et au mythogramme, objet biface d’image-parole. L’image comme en creux de l’œuvre a un rôle proprement contestataire, faisant bouger les lignes et les frontières, transformant en profondeur non seulement le texte simonien mais aussi notre regard sur lui.The image plays a central role in the work of Claude Simon. The image appears as a stimulus at first, but it is an eclipsed image. It remains only as a footprint which is not in play. Conversely, word itself becomes an image, its tension is turned towards the visible which takes it as far as rebus and mythogramme: the biface object of an image-word. As if in the hollow of the work, the image has a genuinely questioning role, making lines and borders move, transforming in depth not only the simonien text but also ourimpression of it.

  12. [Salzburg 1908. Karl Abraham caught between Freud and Jung].

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    van Schoonheten, Anna Bentinck

    2010-01-01

    The first psychoanalytic congress in Salzburg has often been described as a great success with one blemish: a conflict between Jung and Abraham, mainly caused by the rivalry in Abraham's behaviour. A new study of the material, and taking Abraham's perspective, provides a different view. Abraham, still a beginner in psychoanalysis, got in the way of Freud and Jung who at that time had a deep theoretical disagreement. In the end they both blamed Abraham.

  13. Junge relationships in measurement data for cyclic siloxanes in air.

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    MacLeod, Matthew; Kierkegaard, Amelie; Genualdi, Susie; Harner, Tom; Scheringer, Martin

    2013-10-01

    In 1974, Junge postulated a relationship between variability of concentrations of gases in air at remote locations and their atmospheric residence time, and this Junge relationship has subsequently been observed empirically for a range of trace gases. Here, we analyze two previously-published datasets of concentrations of cyclic volatile methyl siloxanes (cVMS) in air and find Junge relationships in both. The first dataset is a time series of concentrations of decamethylcyclopentasiloxane (D5) measured between January and June, 2009 at a rural site in southern Sweden that shows a Junge relationship in the temporal variability of the measurements. The second dataset consists of measurements of hexamethylcyclotrisiloxane (D3), octamethylcyclotetrasiloxane (D4) and D5 made simultaneously at 12 sites in the Global Atmospheric Passive Sampling (GAPS) network that shows a Junge relationship in the spatial variability of the three cVMS congeners. We use the Junge relationship for the GAPS dataset to estimate atmospheric lifetimes of dodecamethylcyclohexasiloxane (D6), 8:2-fluorotelomer alcohol and trichlorinated biphenyls that are within a factor of 3 of estimates based on degradation rate constants for reaction with hydroxyl radical determined in laboratory studies. Copyright © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  14. Two in one or one in two? Pushing off from Jung with Wolfgang Giegerich.

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    Saban, Mark

    2015-11-01

    This paper responds to a recent paper by Wolfgang Giegerich entitled 'Two Jungs: apropos a paper by Mark Saban'. Giegerich disputes my assertion that the 'rigorous notion' at the heart of his psychology 'finds no source in Jung's psychology, implicit or explicit'. In order to do this he posits the existence of two Jungs, an exoteric Jung and an esoteric Jung. The implications of Giegerich's binary scission of Jung are explored in this paper, and show that the tendency to exalt one Jung while disparaging the other betrays a comprehensive blindness toward the contradictory complexity of Jung's psychology as a whole. It is suggested that this blindness is the consequence of Giegerich's systematic prioritization of a neo-Hegelian agenda that is in profound conflict with the telos of Jung's psychology. © 2015, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  15. The aesthetics of laboratory inscription: Claude Bernard's Cahier Rouge.

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    Sattar, Atia

    2013-03-01

    This essay explores the aesthetic sensibilities of the French physiologist Claude Bernard (1813-1878). In particular, it analyzes the Cahier Rouge (1850-1860), Bernard's acclaimed laboratory notebook. In this notebook, Bernard articulates the range of his experience as an experimental physiologist, juxtaposing without differentiation details of laboratory procedure and more personal queries, doubts, and reflections on experimentation, life, and art. Bernard's insights, it is argued, offer an aesthetic and phenomenological template for considering experimentation. His physiological point of view ranges from his own bodily aesthesis or sensory perception, through personal reflections on scientific discovery as an artistic process, to a broader metaphysical conception of life as an artistic creation. Such an aesthetic approach to physiology enables Bernard to reconcile his empirical methodology and his romantic idealism; it offers the history of laboratory science a framework for considering the individual, bodily, and emotional labor inherent in physiological experimentation.

  16. Pauli and Jung the meeting of two great minds

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    2004-01-01

    The pioneering work of Nobel prize-winning physicist Wolfgang Pauli led to developing the bombs that decimated Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Desperate over this outcome, Pauli sought help from the eminent depth psychologist, C. G. Jung. Their long correspondence provides the powerful and unique record of a mature scientist's inner journey. It also has had a tremendous impact on scientific and psychological thought ever since. Pauli and Jung is a lucid interpretation of Pauli's ideas and dreams that forcefully validates his belief in the inseparable union of science and spirituality. Far ahead of their time, Wolfgang Pauli and C. G. Jung both knew this union is essential for the future of humanity and the survival of the planet.

  17. Jung, mandala e arquitetura Islâmica

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    Rafael Raffaelli

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available Este artigo se propõe a refletir sobre as origens do conceito junguiano de mandala. Utiliza-se o relato autobiográfico de Jung, Memórias, Sonhos e Reflexões, e sua obra Psicologia e Alquimia para traçar essa origem. Segundo Barbara Hannah, biógrafa de Jung, uma mesquita no Cairo (Egito foi de importância capital para a formulação desse conceito. Provavelmente esse templo é a Mesquita Ahmad Ibn Tulun. É analisada a relação entre a simbologia arquitetônica islâmica inspirada pelo sufismo e as concepções psicológicas de Jung.

  18. Carl Gustav Jung and Granville Stanley Hall on Religious Experience.

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    Kim, Chae Young

    2016-08-01

    Granville Stanley Hall (1844-1924) with William James (1842-1910) is the key founder of psychology of religion movement and the first American experimental or genetic psychologist, and Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) is the founder of the analytical psychology concerned sympathetically about the religious dimension rooted in the human subject. Their fundamental works are mutually connected. Among other things, both Hall and Jung were deeply interested in how the study of religious experience is indispensable for the depth understanding of human subject. Nevertheless, except for the slight indication, this common interest between them has not yet been examined in academic research paper. So this paper aims to articulate preliminary evidence of affinities focusing on the locus and its function of the inner deep psychic dimension as the religious in the work of Hall and Jung.

  19. An Explanation of True Dreams: Aristotle and Jung

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    Ali Sanai

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available The naturalistic explanation of realized dream (or dreams that come true means that this phenomen will be explained regardless of supernatural agents. Aristotle in Parva naturalia and Jung in his works explained dream visionary. In this article by scrutiny on these thinkers’ theory, we will indicate the naturalistic approach to dream that is far- fetched for followers of metaphysics. In spite of this fact that Aristotle and Jung both belongs to different historical contexts, they have common aspects in terms of naturalistic method; in the universal or broad sense of word, but in terms of content both explain the true dream by the term “coincidence” or accidental conformity between objective events and psychological affairs. It also seems that the notion of Neutral monism in Jung is adaptive to Hylomorphism in Aristotle psychology, and this, provides a path for naturalistic approach to dream as one forms of consciousness.

  20. Jung i Bachelard. Problem wyobraxni i mitu (JUNG AND BACHELARD. THE PROBLEM OF IMAGINATION AND MYTH

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    Ilona Błocian

    2005-06-01

    Full Text Available The article is devoted to some specific 'area between' interpretative achievements of Freud, Jung and Bachelard. The imagination and myth problems are involved in more general perspective of philospophical conception of man in their works. Different models of human reason and imagination idealizing forces influenced procedures of an imaginal thinking and image itself interpretations. The basis of comparation is the unconscious (Freudian 'repressed unconscious', Jungian collective unconsciuos, complex and archetype conceptions as some kind of instruments to understand image formating process, phantasies, mythical and poetical image. An example of these differences is their interpretations of Promethean myth. A way of understand dream image, Anima and Animus archetypes refer to their specific theoretical frames.

  1. [Freud and Jung. Cooperation--break--mutual stimulation].

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    Falzeder, Ernst

    2011-01-01

    The article tries to throw new light on the Freud/Jung relationship. First, it studies the nature of the fundamental differences between the two theories. Second, it raises the question of what, and how much, each of them took over from the other, and reaches the conclusion that it was Freud who let himself be inspired to a greater degree than Jung did. Third, the stimulating effect of their conflicts and of their break on the respective development of their theories is underlined.

  2. JEAN CLAUDE RENARD: (POETRY AS CRAFT OF TRANSPARENCY

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    María del Sagrario Rollán

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available The work of Jean-Claude Renard (Toulon 1922- Paris 2002 appears from the beginning marked by the metaphor of the journey - Songs for land lost (1947, and the craft of transparency. The poet begins the journey - that originates in the experience of death and destruction of a world shaken by the war, with a word that transcends the nonsense, and calls for “the country where forgiveness is / and are childhoods “a word that is built in search of human spaces and anticipates them. The adventure through the exercise of Solitude (1951, requirement beyond itself, a kind of internal and painful split: “I am separated from my heart,” releasing it, in turn, to the knowledge of the world and the gift that transfigures. The metamorphosis of the World (1951 takes place in the act of writing itself, for in him a knowledge of the essential reality is given, from which the party of pure celebrated say, “Oh breathing started / in the center of the loaf and snow “. Poetry as craft of transparency J.C. Renard develops in Un autre parole  (1981, prose poetry admirably clarifies its internal relations with theology and mysticism. The poet moves beyond “ailleurs” to a previous or future place of reconciliation and love letters between beings: “One happy pasture / leads above child / each wisdom to your name / and every love your body.”

  3. Jung and the Soul of Education (at the "Crunch")

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    Rowland, Susan

    2012-01-01

    C. G. Jung offers education a unique perspective of the dilemma of collective social demands versus individual needs. Indeed, so radical and profound is his vision of the learning psyche as collectively embedded, that it addresses the current crisis over the demand for utilitarian higher education. Hence post-Jungian educationalists can develop…

  4. EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF JUNG MODULE FOR POLYMER MATERIALS

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    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available In the article the method of calculation-experimental determination of the Jung module is offered for standards from materials of different types in form plates long from 40 to 200 mm, width from 5 to 50 mm and in thick 0,5 to 20 mm. For measuring the experimental setting, consisting of hard steel frame was used, set of loads to 4 kg and horizontal microscope. Solution of task of calculation of deformations and tensions in the loaded cantilever plate the finite elements method is offered. For verification of exactness of measurings standards were used from pure metals: aluminium, zinc, copper, and, also, polymethylmethacrylate. For all control standards the certain is experimental value of the Jung module at the small and middle loadings exactly corresponds reference data. For the estimation of influence of contents of powder phisico-mechanical properties of polymeric composites the values of the module were certain Jung module for an epoxypolymers and epoxycomposites with a 50% filling with powder of nickel. It is rotined that conduct 50% metallic contents promotes inflexibility of material more than in 2 times. The offered method does not require the strict sizes of standards, that comfortably for determination of the Jung module of experimental materials, above all things oriented polymeric composites.

  5. Jung on the nature and interpretation of dreams: a developmental delineation with cognitive neuroscientific responses.

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    Zhu, Caifang

    2013-12-01

    Post-Jungians tend to identify Jung's dream theory with the concept of compensation; they tend to believe that Jung's radically open stand constitutes his dream theory in its entirety. However, Jung's theory regarding dreams was a product of an evolving process throughout his whole intellectual and professional life. Unfortunately, the theory has not been understood in such a developmental light. Based on a historical and textual study of all dream articles found throughout The Collected Works of C.G. Jung, this paper maps a concise three-phase trajectory of Jung's changing views on dreams and interpretation. The paper posits that Jung's last essay, "Symbols and the Interpretation of Dreams" (1961), epitomizes his final stand, although such a stand is also reflected in a less explicit and less emphatic way during the latter period of the second phase. The paper also briefly addresses where Jung and Jungians have been enigmatic or negligent. For example, it has not been explicated fully why compensation as slight modifications and compensation as parallels to waking life situations are rare in Jung's cases In addition, contemporary cognitive and neuroscientific approaches to the study of dreams, as represented by Harry Hunt, William Domhoff, and Allan Hobson, among others, are presented in connection with Jung. The juxtaposition of Jungian, cognitive, and neuroscientific approaches showcases how cognitive and scientific findings challenge, enrich, and in some ways confirm Jung's dream theory and praxis.

  6. Modernidad y barbarie en el pensamiento de C. G. Jung

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    José Ezcurdia

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available The following text reviews the diagnosis that Jung makes about a Modernity that feeds a ‘shadow’ or a terrible self-destructive power, because it does not allow the development of the contents of the colective unconscious. In this context the present article approaches notions such as symbol, archetype, ‘self’, wisdom, Apocalypse, and also Jung’s critic to the churches and to the occidental rationalism. This notions and this critic are the conceptual frame from which Jung explains a Modernity that in its socialist, comunist and capitalist versions has given place to awful events such as the nazi’s concentration camps, the sovietic Gulag, or the atomic bomb. El presente texto tiene como objeto revisar el diagnóstico que Jung realiza sobre una modernidad que al no permitir el desarrollo de los contenidos del registro anímico del inconsciente colectivo, cultiva una “sombra” que es fuente de un terrible poder autodestructivo. En este marco, se abordan nociones como símbolo, arquetipo, “sí mismo”, sabiduría, apocalipsis, así como la crítica jungueana a las Iglesias y al racionalismo occidental. Estas nociones y dicha crítica constituyen el andamiaje conceptual a partir del cual Jung da cuenta de una modernidad que en sus versiones socialista, comunista y capitalista, ha dado lugar a hechos abominables como los alemanes campos de concentración, el Gulag soviético y la bomba atómica.

  7. Jung's dissociable psyche and the ec-static self.

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    Austin, Sue

    2009-11-01

    Much of Jung's later work assumes that the self is an a priori phenomenon in which centripetal dynamics dominate. There is, however, another current in Jung's writings which recognizes the self to be an emergent phenomenon. This view is increasingly prevalent in post-Jungian discourse, and Louis Zinkin's exploration of a post-Jungian-constructivist model of the self can be seen as part of this tendency. My paper privileges an emergent understanding of the self by focusing on the 'unravelling', 'de-centring', centrifugal experiences of otherness in the psyche. It offers a post-Jungian reading of a number of writers who have been influenced by the psychoanalyst Jean Laplanche and proposes a model of the self which focuses on our fantasies, terrors and longings about coming undone and bringing others undone. This model is then linked to Judith Butler's understanding of the self as an ec-static phenomenon, in which the self is, of necessity, outside itself, such that 'there is no final moment in which my return to myself takes place'. I suggest that Jung's early clinical researches into the dissociability of the psyche and the clinical tools which he developed as a result of this work are especially suitable for engaging with these emergent, centrifugal dynamics.

  8. Apontamentos sobre a psicologia analítica de Carl Gustav Jung

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    Luís Marcelo Alves Ramos

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available O texto faz uma introdução à Psicologia Analítica do psicólogo e psiquiatra suíço Carl Gustav Jung: define o conceito de Psicologia Analítica, traz uma biografia resumida de Carl Gustav Jung, indica as principais diferenças entre a Psicologia Analítica e a Psicanálise, descreve a estrutura e o funcionamento da psique e, por fim, apresenta sinteticamente as características dos tipos de personalidades traçadas por Jung. The text makes an introduction to the Analytical Psychology of the psychologist and swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung: it defines the concept of Analytical Psychology, brings a summarized biography of Carl Gustav Jung, indicates the main differences between Analytical Psychology and the Psychoanalysis, describes the structure and the functioning of psyche and, finally, presents synthetically the characteristics of the types of personalities traced by Jung.

  9. Jung Işığında Heba Heba In The Light Of Jung

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    Esra SAZYEK

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available Hasan Ali Toptaş, is one of the important authors of Turkishliterature, in his novel called Heba discusses inward looking personalityof Ziya, who lives in the same childish purity during his life consistingof all periods of childhood, military service, marriage and death. Due tothis property, he lives world of dreams and fantasies rather than reeltime. 16 years after he lost his wife and unborn son as casualties inbomb attack, Yazıköy where he breaks away from the crowd of the cityand settle in here, feeds his this side. Thus, the hours passing in thenature, turn into a worship. However, whole peace of Ziya, who hasfound what he seeks in Yazıköy, ends by killing of Kenan. This periodwhen everything has became complicated, is followed by killing of himas being lynched because of the gossips about him.When you reread the novel focusing on a wasted life, of whichtragic events are finished by death in the light of Jungian psychology, itturns into a story of award to reach immortality obtained after thesorrows felt.Experiences of Ziya in Yazıköy resembling Heaven until he isdismissed, realize on the cusp of a magical environment is surroundedby dreams and fantasies. Appearance of unconscious plane by means ofsymbolical contents in dreams indicates that Yazıköy representsunconscious world beyond being a geographic and travelling from thecity to natural follows a way from conscious towards unconscious.Exploring of Ziya moving in unknown darkness of unconsciousthe inner treasure in the deepest, requires passing the each phase fromsurface towards center with a different figure of unconscious named as"archetype" by Jung.In this study, dimensions of period in question will be discussedin terms of Jungian psychology; trails of his thoughts will be examinedin detail by its aspects are reflected on contextual dimension of thenovel. Türk edebiyatının önemli yazarlarından olan Hasan Ali Toptaş, Heba adlı romanında çocukluk, askerlik, evlilik

  10. Claude Lévi-Strauss: El pensamiento de un siglo. "Psicoanalisis y Antropologia hoy"

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    Full Text Available Presentación (en español Nacido en 1908, Claude lévi-Strauss es considerado como el fundador de la antropología estructural e introductor a las ciencias sociales del enfoque estructuralista basado en la linguística estructural de Saussure. Por la influencia de su obra, dentro y fuera de la antropología, es uno de los intelectuales más influyentes del siglo XX. Con motivo del aniversario del antropólogo, el Coloquio internacional "Claude Lévi-Srauss: el pensamiento de un siglo “psicoanalisis ...

  11. CLAUDE PARENT EN NUEVA FORMA: LA RECEPCIÓN DE ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPE EN ESPAÑA / Claude Parent at Nueva Forma: the reading of Architecture Principe in Spain

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    Full Text Available RESUMEN En los agitados años sesenta, en países como Francia, Inglaterra o Japón, proliferaron equipos de arquitectos, sociólogos y urbanistas que planteaban radicales visiones del hecho arquitectónico. De entre todos ellos, Architecture Principe destacó por su repercusión en España, esencialmente debido a la estrecha relación entre Claude Parent, uno de sus fundadores, y Juan Daniel Fullaondo, director de la revista Nueva Forma. Las teorías de Claude Parent y Paul Virilio en torno a La fonction oblique y Le troisieme ordre Urbain se divulgaron en la revista madrileña de forma coetánea con su país de origen. Sin embargo, la recepción de sus propuestas visionarias se vio desvirtuada con respecto a su propaganda original. Fullaondo dio un valor sobresaliente a las posibilidades reales de su arquitectura, lo que conllevo dejar en un segundo plano la condición utópica del grupo y fijar la atención en lo verosímil de sus propuestas. A ello se sumó el interés por divulgar los primeros proyectos de Claude Parent, en la línea de colaboraciones previas con otros arquitectos como André Bloc e Ionel Schein, cuyas obras fueron igualmente objeto de publicación en Nueva Forma. Esta decisión supuso que la labor de Virilio se viese relegada y que la figura de Claude Parent fuese la realmente protagonista.

  12. Síndrome de Claude Bernard-Horner associada ao empiema pleural Claude Bernard-Horner syndrome resulting from pleural empyema

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    Full Text Available A síndrome de Claude Bernard-Horner apresenta várias etiologias, ocorre por interrupção do estímulo nervoso em qualquer ponto do trajeto do nervo e pode ser intra ou extratorácica. É relatado um caso dessa síndrome causado por empiema pleural septado, localizado em região paravertebral, no terço superior do hemitórax direito. O paciente foi submetido à toracotomia para drenagem da cavidade pleural. A evolução foi satisfatória, com regressão do quadro infeccioso, expansão pulmonar e remissão da síndrome.Claude Bernard-Horner syndrome presents various etiologies and occurs as the direct result of interrupted nerve signaling at any point along the nerve trajectory, be it intrathoracic or extrathoracic. Herein, we report a case of Claude Bernard-Horner syndrome caused by loculated pleural empyema located in the paravertebral region of the upper third of the right hemithorax. The patient was submitted to thoracotomy in order to drain the infected fluids. The end result was satisfactory, including resolution of the infection, pulmonary expansion, and remission of the syndrome.

  13. Analytical psychology and the ghost of Lamarck: did Jung believe in the inheritance of acquired characteristics?

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    Rensma, Ritske

    2013-04-01

    Whether Jung was a Lamarckian or not has always been a hotly debated topic, both within the post-Jungian community and amongst scholars with an interest in Jung in the wider academic community. Yet surprisingly few substantial pieces of work have been dedicated to it and, to my mind, no one has yet managed to do justice to all the subtleties involved. The scholars who have claimed that Jung is a Lamarckian have, for the most part, oversimplified the debate by failing to discuss the passages in which Jung appears to be defending himself against Lamarckism; the scholars who have defended Jung against Lamarckism, however, have as a rule not adequately dealt with the question of whether these passages actually get Jung off the hook. This paper will attempt to correct this imbalance by putting forward four key passages spanning Jung's career that all represent conclusive evidence that Jung was indeed a Lamarckian. After discussing these, it will then deal in detail with the passages in which Jung appears to be defending himself against Lamarckism, making the case that they do not represent a defence against Lamarckism at all and have therefore generally been misinterpreted by many scholars. © 2013, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  14. Children's Invented Notations and Verbal Responses to a Piano Work by Claude Debussy

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    This study considers the way children listen to classical music composed for them and the effect of age on their spontaneous invented notations and verbal responses. The musical selection is a piano piece for children by Claude Debussy:"'Jimbo's Lullaby" from "Children's Corner". Two hundred and nine children 4-9.5-years-old…

  15. Jung and White and the God of terrible double aspect.

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    2007-06-01

    This paper discusses theoretical, historical and personal issues in the ill-fated friendship and intellectual collaboration between C.G. Jung and the Dominican scholar Victor White, O.P., based on primary documents in their correspondence, 1945 to 1960. The collaboration of Jung and White began with high expectations but fell into painful disagreements about the nature of God, the problem of evil, and shadow aspects of the Self. They made a rapid commitment to their working alliance based on personal and professional hopes, but paying scant attention to their divergent underlying assumptions. White hoped to build theoretical and practical connections between Jungian psychology and Catholic theology for the sake of modern Catholics. Jung needed learned theological support as he explored the psychological meanings of Christian symbols, including the central symbol of Christ. At the grandest level, they both hoped to transform the Christian West, after the moral disaster of World War II. Their collaboration was risky for both men, especially for White in his career as a Dominican, and it led to considerable suffering. The Self is prominent in the relationship, symbolically present in the text of the correspondence and consciously forming their major topic of debate. From the start, the Self is an archetypal field, drawing the friends into their visionary task at the risk of unconscious inflation. Later the Self is revealed with its shadow as a burden, a puzzle, and a basis for estrangement. Finally, with the intervention of feminine wisdom, mortal suffering is transformed by an attitude of conscious sacrifice.

  16. Complexity in Promoting a Teaching to Develop Creativity of Gifted Students: Contributions from Morin and Jung

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    Piske, Fernanda Hellen Ribeiro; Stoltz, Tania; Guérios, Ettiène; de Camargo, Denise; de Freitas, Samarah Perszel; Dias, Carmen Lúcia

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    This research aims to contribute to the reflection of the teaching staff about the complexity in attending gifted students. For Jung and Morin complex things are characterized by uncertainty and not as clarity and response. Although not specifically mention gifted students in their works, Jung and Morin highlight the complexity in various…

  17. The self in cyberspace. Identity formation in postmodern societies and Jung's Self as an objective psyche.

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    2008-06-01

    Jung's concept of the Self is compared with current theories of identity formation in post-modern society concerning the question: is the self constituted through experience and cultural influences--as it is argued by current theories in the social sciences--or is it already preformed inside the person, as Jung argues? The impact of communication media on the formation of identity in today's societies is discussed with a focus on internet communication and virtual realities. The resulting types of identities are conceptualized as polycentric which has surprising parallels to Jung's idea of the Self. The epistemology of constructivism and parallels in Jung's thought are demonstrated. Jung's work in this respect often appears contradictory in itself but this can be dealt with by a postmodern approach which accepts a plurality of truths.

  18. C. G. Jung and intuition: from the mindscape of the paranormal to the heart of psychology.

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    Pilard, Nathalie

    2018-02-01

    Intuition is central in the work, practice, and philosophical legacy of C. G. Jung. In this paper, I will first discuss the importance of intuition for Jung in the paradigm usually designated the 'paranormal'. Jung was attracted to intuition as an extra-ordinary gift or function in the traditional sense, and this is considered here in relation to his 1896-1899 Zofingia Lectures and 1902 On the Psychology and Pathology of So-called Occult Phenomena: A Psychiatric Study. A significant development then occurred in 1913, when esotericist intuitions were turned toward psychological use with Jung's Red Book. There, his personal and private use of intuition - and we know how extraordinarily intuitive he was - led Jung to fully incorporate intuition at the core of his psychology. Not only in his practice, in the crucial intuitive form of empathy, but as we will see, also at the very heart of his theory. In 1921, Jung wrote Psychological Types, where intuition became one - the first - of the four fundamental functions and types of the psyche next to thinking, feeling, and sensation. In 1921, Jung proved to the world in rational argument that intuition was no longer a psychologist's hobby for table turning, but the most significant function of the psyche. © 2018, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  19. Le traitement du discours indirect libre flaubertien dans le film de Claude Chabrol Madame Bovary:

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    The paper deals with the transformation of Flaubert's free indirect speech in the film Madame Bovary by Claude Chabrol. Conversion of free indirect speech into direct speech or into narration by an external narrator (voice-over) cannot be avoided, it does, however, pose many problems because of the potential ambiguousness (polyphony) of free indirect speech. In such cases, Chabrol often finds effective solutions which bring the film closer to Flaubert's style. Nevertheless, it remains clear t...

  20. FREUD, JUNG AND BOAS: THE PSYCHOANALYTIC ENGAGEMENT WITH ANTHROPOLOGY REVISITED.

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    Kenny, Robert

    2015-06-20

    Sigmund Freud's and C. G. Jung's turn to evolutionist anthropological material after 1909 is usually seen as a logical progression of their long-term interest in such material. It is also seen that they used this material ignorant of the significant challenges to the evolutionist paradigm underpinning such material, in particular the challenges led by Franz Boas. This paper argues otherwise: that both psychologists' turnings to such material was a new development, that neither had shown great interest in such material before 1909, and that their turnings to such material, far from being taken in ignorance of the challenges to evolutionist anthropology, were engagements with those challenges, because the evolutionist paradigm lay at the base of psychoanalysis. It argues that it is no coincidence that this engagement occurred after their return from America in 1909, where they had come into first-hand contact with the challenges of Franz Boas.

  1. Freud, Jung and Boas: the psychoanalytic engagement with anthropology revisited

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    Kenny, Robert

    2015-01-01

    Sigmund Freud's and C. G. Jung's turn to evolutionist anthropological material after 1909 is usually seen as a logical progression of their long-term interest in such material. It is also seen that they used this material ignorant of the significant challenges to the evolutionist paradigm underpinning such material, in particular the challenges led by Franz Boas. This paper argues otherwise: that both psychologists' turnings to such material was a new development, that neither had shown great interest in such material before 1909, and that their turnings to such material, far from being taken in ignorance of the challenges to evolutionist anthropology, were engagements with those challenges, because the evolutionist paradigm lay at the base of psychoanalysis. It argues that it is no coincidence that this engagement occurred after their return from America in 1909, where they had come into first-hand contact with the challenges of Franz Boas. PMID:26665301

  2. 'S.W.' and C.G. Jung: mediumship, psychiatry and serial exemplarity.

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    Shamdasani, Sonu

    2015-09-01

    On the basis of unpublished materials, this essay reconstructs Jung's seances with his cousin, Helene Preiswerk, which formed the basis of his 1902 medical dissertation, The Psychology and Pathology of so-called Occult Phenomena. It separates out Jung's contemporaneous approach to the mediumistic phenomena she exhibited from his subsequent sceptical psychological reworking of the case. It traces the reception of the work and its significance for his own self-experimentation from 1913 onwards. Finally, it reconstructs the manner in which Jung continually returned to his first model and reframed it as an exemplar of his developing theories. © The Author(s) 2015.

  3. Atom and archetype the Pauli/Jung letters, 1932-1958

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    Wolfgang Pauli, world-renowned physicist, turned to Carl Jung for help, setting a standing appointment for Mondays at noon. Thus bloomed an extraordinary intellectual conjunction. Eighty letters, written over twenty-six years, record that friendship, and are published here in English for the first time.Through the association of these two pioneering thinkers, developments in physics profoundly influenced the evolution of Jungian psychology. And many of Jung's abiding themes shaped how Pauli - and, through him, other physicists - understood the physical world. Atom and Archetype will appeal not only to those interested in the life of Pauli or Jung, but also to the educated general reader.

  4. C. G. Jung and intuition: from the mindscape of the paranormal to the heart of psychology

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    Intuition is central in the work, practice, and philosophical legacy of C. G. Jung. In this paper, I will first discuss the importance of intuition for Jung in the paradigm usually designated the ‘paranormal’. Jung was attracted to intuition as an extra-ordinary gift or function in the traditional sense, and this is considered here in relation to his 1896-1899 Zofingia Lectures and 1902 On the Psychology and Pathology of So-called Occult Phenomena: A Psychiatric Study. A significant developme...

  5. [Carl Gustav Jung's Theatrum Mundi. Can the description of modern alchemy in Jung's Psychologie und Alchemie be really regarded as a historical reconstruction?].

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    Płonka-Syroka, B

    2000-01-01

    In his work, Psychologie und Alchemie, published in 1944, Jung wanted to present a reconstruction of alchemy. In order to do this he used a method of psychology, which he modified and enriched with inspirations drawn from neo-romantically-oriented German medical historiographies of the nineteen thirties. Using historical materials, he intended to demonstrate the empirical character of his Depth Psychology, a widespread concept, ingrained in our supra-personal social unconscious. The present article questions the nature of Jung's reconstruction of alchemy as historical reconstruction. The author presents the methodological bases referred to by Jung derived from his concept of medical practice and compares them with a manner of thinking typical of contemporary historical analysis. The article also presents Jung's inspirations from the medical historiography of his time, as well as the dissimilarity of his concept with the model of historical narrative construction in force in the historiography of the thirties and forties. At the same time, it presents the elements of the "romantic inheritance" in Jung's thought, drawn from the tradition of German non-materialistic medicine of the first half of the nineteenth century.

  6. Currículo, universalismo e relativismo: uma discussão com Jean-Claude Forquin Curriculum, universalism and relativism: a discussion with Jean-Claude Forquin

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    Full Text Available O texto discute a conferência do professor Jean-Claude Forquin, proferida em 17 de junho de 1997, por ocasião do seminário internacional comemorativo dos 25 anos dos cursos de p��s-Graduação da Faculdade de Educação da Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro. Questiono, sobretudo, a argumentação desenvolvida pelo conferencista em favor de um currículo no qual as "ciências" deveriam figurar como a representação da universalidade do conhecimento, enquanto outras disciplinas, menos "exatas" e mais "culturais", apareceriam como a expressão da relatividade epistemológica. Apresento, em contraposição, uma posição que vê ambos os "tipos" de conhecimento como construções sociais e culturais, sujeitos, igualmente, ao questionamento e à crítica.This article discusses a lecture given by Professor Jean-Claude Forquin on June 17, 1997, at the international seminar celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Graduate Courses of the Faculty of Education (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Basically, I question Forquin's argument in favor of a curriculum where the so-called "sciences" would appear as representing a supposed universality of knowledge, whereas the other, less "precise" and more "cultural" disciplines would be seen as the expression of epistemological relativity. My position, in contrast, is that both "types" of knowledge should be viewed as social and cultural constructions, and are therefore subject to the same questioning and criticism.

  7. A psicologia analítica de Carl Gustav Jung: apontamentos de aula/The analytical psychology of Carl Gustav Jung: notes of lesson

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    Full Text Available O texto traz o conteúdo de uma aula sobre Teorias da Personalidade com foco nos fundamentos da Psicologia Analítica do psicólogo e psiquiatra suíço Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961, cuja obra vem apresentando significativas contribuições para a Psicologia Educacional, Organizacional e Clínica. The text brings the content of a lesson on Theories of Personality focused in the fundamentals of the Analytical Psychology of the Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961, whose work has been presenting significant contributions for Educational, Organizational and Clinical Psychology.

  8. Hiding in plain sight: Jung, astrology, and the psychology of the unconscious.

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    Buck, Stephanie

    2018-04-01

    Astrology was a lifelong interest for C.G. Jung and an important aid in his formulation of psyche and psychic process. Archetypally configured, astrology provided Jung an objective means to a fuller understanding of the analysand's true nature and unique individuation journey. Jung credits astrology with helping to unlock the mystery of alchemy and in so doing providing the symbol language necessary for deciphering the historically remote cosmology of Gnosticism. Astrology also aided Jung's work on synchronicity. Despite astrology's worth to Jung's development of analytical psychology, its fundamental role in guiding his discoveries is all but absent from historical notice. The astrological natal chart seems rarely used clinically, and many clinicians seem unaware of its value as a dynamic diagram of the personality and the potentialities within which nature and nurture foster and/or discourage for individual growth and development over the lifespan. This paper charts Jung's interest in astrology and suggests why his great regard for it and other paranormal or occult practices remains largely neglected and unknown. © 2018, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  9. A collective unconscious reconsidered: Jung's archetypal imagination in the light of contemporary psychology and social science.

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    Hunt, Harry T

    2012-02-01

    A needed rapprochement between Jung and the contemporary human sciences may rest less on the much debated relevance of a biologistic collective unconscious than on a re-inscribing of an archetypal imagination, as the phenomenological and empirical core of Jungian psychology. The most promising approaches in this regard in terms of theory and research in psychology come from combining the cognitive psychology of metaphor and synaesthesia, individual differences in imaginative absorption and openness to numinous experience and spirituality as a form of symbolic intelligence. On the socio-cultural side, this cognitive psychology of archetypal imagination is also congruent with Lévi-Strauss on the metaphoric roots of mythological thinking, and Durkheim on a sociology of collective consciousness. This conjoined perspective, while validating the cross cultural commonality of physical metaphor intuited by Jung and Hillman on alchemy, also shows Jung's Red Book, considered as the expressive source for his more formal psychology, to be far closer in spirit to a socio-cultural collective consciousness, based on metaphoric imagination, than to a phylogenetic or evolutionary unconscious. A mutual re-inscribing of Jung into congruent areas of contemporary psychology, anthropology, sociology, and vice versa, can help to further validate Jung's key observations and is fully consistent with Jung's own early efforts at synthesis within the human sciences. © 2012, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  10. Se Faire Voir with Jung and the Ethics of Psychoanalysis

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    Full Text Available This article is an important addition to my previous work of integrating Jungian and Lacanian psychoanalysis (see Complexes Tickling the $ubject. A main focus of this article is to use Zizek’s interpretation of Lacan’s writing on desire and drive in relation to my Heideggerian interpretation of Jung. As a result, this article is an important contribution to the literature because it shows the importance of the transcendent function; complexes and the Rosarium Philosophorum to elucidate the ethics of desire and drive. This article shows how Heidegger’s work in Being and Time and his interpretation of Nietzsche is important to detail the process of Lacanian psychoanalysis. Nietzsche’s books; Human All Too Human and The Gay Science will also be discussed as well as Sartre’s Being and Nothingness and Zizek’s writing on the cunning of reason; Kantian ethics; beyond the pleasure principle; Kierkegaard; Sisyphus; anxiety; Hitchcock; Gelassenheit; the Gospel of Matthew and error as a fundamental passage to truth.

  11. Predikanten in ballingschap. De carrièrekansen van Jean en Isaac Claude in de Republiek

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    Full Text Available After the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685, over 400 Huguenot ministers made their way to the Dutch Republic in search of a new pulpit. They stood a good chance, because the Huguenot exodus resulted in a corresponding demand for French preachers, while Dutch authorities offered financial support. Yet a surplus of ministers also meant fierce competition over positions. The careers of Jean and Isaac Claude show that on this highly competitive market Huguenot ministers succeeded in gaining a position in the Dutch Republic by virtue of their reputation, networks, and religious and political ideas.

  12. Muusikamaailm : "Represseeritud muusika" Moskvas. György Kurtagi festival Londonis. Junge Deutshe Philarmonie kevad. Herbert Wernicke lahkunud / Priit Kuusk

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    Moskvas toimuvast festivalist "Represseeritud muusika". Londonis toimuvast György Kurtagi festivalist. Saksa orkestri Junge Deutshe Philarmonie kevadesinemistest. Suri saksa ooperilavastaja Herbert Wernicke

  13. General Charles F. Bolden, Jr. and Professor Claude Nicollier reunite during visit to CERN

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    Thursday 23 June, CERN saw an unlikely and much savoured meeting between two old colleagues and friends: General Charles F. Bolden, Jr. and Professor Claude Nicollier.   Bolden and Nicollier were separately invited to CERN for different reasons - Charles Bolden had been invited by Professor Samuel Ting to visit the newly built and now fully operational Payload Operation and Control Centre of the AMS collaboration and Claude Nicollier had been invited by the Theory Department to give a colloquium. They were delightfully surprised when they met at the entrance of the main building. Bolden and Nicollier served together in the Space Shuttle Program and were trained by NASA during the 1980’s where they became close friends. On 24 April, 1990, Bolden piloted the Space Shuttle Discovery into orbit with the Hubble telescope in the payload bay. Though Nicollier did not accompany Bolden during the Hubble launch, he did return to the telescope 3 years later on board the Space Shuttle Ende...

  14. Triniti daripada Perspektif Taoisme: Analisis Pemikiran Jung Young Lee

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    Full Text Available Jung Young Lee is a Korean-born theologian who employs creatively the doctrine of the Trinity from an Asian worldview. This article aims to analyze Lee’s approaches of the Trinity with the Yin-Yang symbolism. The main reference is based on the book written by him entitled ‘The Trinity in Asian Perspective (1996’. Lee has turned his attention to the topic of Trinity through the lens of the culture and thought patterns of his own milieu. One of the leading point in presenting Yin-Yang principle as Trinitarian thinking, Lee examines the interpretation of the term “in” in the Bible, "Believe me that I am in the Father and the Father is in me" (John 14:11. The statement leads to the point that Yin and Yang cannot exist without each other because relationality is given priority than individuality. The idea is based on the terminology of ‘both/and’. So, ‘and’ indicates a Trinitarian statement, there is interdependence and unification. With reference to Trinity, the Father and the Son are One because of ‘and’. In addition, the same concept implements to the Holy Spirit. Lee views ‘and’ is not only a linking principle in both-and thinking but also the principle that is ‘between’ two. When ‘two’ exists, the third also exist between them. Based on the idea of ‘middle’, represents the connecting element between two, which contributes for the existence of the Third. Accordingly, the Spirit is the third element in the Trinity relationship.

  15. Jung's evolving views of Nazi Germany: from 1936 to the end of World War II.

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    Schoenl, William

    2014-04-01

    This article first shows Jung's evolving views of Nazi Germany from 1936 to the beginning of World War II. In a lecture at the Tavistock Clinic, London, in October 1936, he made his strongest and most negative statements to that date about Nazi Germany. While in Berlin in September 1937 for lectures to the Jung Gesellschaft, his observations of Hitler at a military parade led him to conclude that should the catastrophe of war come it would be far more and bloodier than he had previously supposed. After the Sudetenland Crisis in Fall 1938, Jung in interviews made stronger comments on Hitler and Nazi Germany. The article shows how strongly anti-Nazi Jung's views were in relation to events during World War II such as Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland, the fall of France, the bombings of Britain, the U.S. entry into the War, and Allied troops advancing into Germany. Schoenl and Peck, 'An Answer to the Question: Was Jung, for a Time, a "Nazi Sympathizer" or Not?' (2012) demonstrated how his views of Nazi Germany changed from 1933 to March 1936. The present article shows how his views evolved from 1936 to the War's end in 1945. © 2014, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  16. Ordem e subversão no movimento psicanalítico: o fantasma de Jung

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    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available O autor procura destacar a presença de Jung na correspondência de Freud com os principais discípulos, no contexto histórico da constituição do movimento psicanalítico e no desdobramento mais importante do mesmo. Vale dizer, a figura de Jung como fantasma no discurso psicanalítico se articula com uma série de problemáticas não apenas teóricas, mas também políticas e institucionais, de maneira que as ressonâncias atuais desta polêmica continuam ainda presentes na psicanálise contemporânea.Jung's ghost. The author tries to highlight Jung's presence in the mail exchange with his main disciples, in the historic context of the constitution of the psychoanalytic movement and in its most important unfolding. It should be said that the figure of Jung as a ghost in the psychoanalytic discourse is articulated with a number of problems that are not only theoretical, but also political and institutional, so that the current repercussions of that polemic remain.

  17. Standing in the gap: ref lections on translating the Jung-Neumann correspondence.

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    McCartney, Heather

    2016-04-01

    This paper considers the experience of translating the correspondence between C.G. Jung and Erich Neumann as part of the Philemon series. The translator explores the similarities between analytical work and the task of translation by means of the concepts of the dialectical third and the interactional field. The history and politics of the translation of analytic writing and their consequences for the lingua franca of analysis are discussed. Key themes within the correspondence are outlined, including Jung and Neumann's pre-war exploration of Judaism and the unconscious, the post-war difficulties around the publication of Neumann's Depth Psychology and a New Ethic set against the early years of the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich, and the development of the correspondents' relationship over time. © 2016, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  18. Jung's equation of the ground of being with the ground of psyche.

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    Dourley, John

    2011-09-01

    The paper amplifies Jung's psychology of ground associated with the culmination of the alchemical process in the unus mundus. It argues that Jung and Dorn identify the experience of the ground with the experience of divinity as the common originary source of individual and totality. It notes the monistic and pantheistic implications of the experience and goes on to amplify the experience through Eckhart's mediaeval mysticism of ground and Paul Tillich's modern philosophical/theological understanding of ground. It concludes that the Jung/Dorn psychological understanding of ground supersedes monotheistic consciousness. Their vision supports the emergence of a societal myth based on the identification of the ground as the source of all divinities and faith in them. This source currently urges a mythic consciousness that would surpass its past and current concretions and so alleviate the threat that monotheistic consciousness in any domain now poses to human survival. © 2011, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  19. The Unifying Function of Affect: Founding a Theory of Psychocultural Development in the Epistemology of John Dewey and Carl Jung

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    Dunlap, Peter T.

    2012-01-01

    In this paper I explore the shared interest of John Dewey and Carl Jung in the developmental continuity between biological, psychological, and cultural phenomena. Like other first generation psychological theorists, Dewey and Jung thought that psychology could be used to deepen our understanding of this continuity and thus gain a degree of control…

  20. Inching towards wholeness: C.G. Jung and his relationship to Judaism.

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    Zemmelman, Steve

    2017-04-01

    The evolution of Jung's relationship with Judaism is interpreted as reflecting aspects of the individuation journey over the course of a long life. The progress and limitations of his public positions and personal relationships are explored through his published work and correspondence. Perspectives from relational psychoanalysis and Jewish philosophy are used to amplify Jung's understanding of Jewish, and specifically Kabbalistic, text and image. Dimensions of the author's own journey toward greater acceptance of his own Jewish soul is also considered, along with the wider contemporary relevance of these themes. © 2017, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  1. Of texts and contexts: reflections upon the publication of The Jung-White Letters.

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    Stein, Murray

    2007-06-01

    In addition to his many other personae, Jung was a writer and an author, which means a creator, whose written works underlie and authorize a field of thought and clinical work, i.e., analytical psychology. Not widely recognized is that many of his authored texts were stimulated by important and intense personal relationships. Freud and Victor White loom large, the first standing behind major early analytical texts like Wandlungen und Symbole der Libido and Psychological Types, the second behind later texts on culture, religion, and Christian theology. The publication of The Jung-White Letters reveals the significance of his relationship with Victor White for the authoring of Answer to Job.

  2. Claude Bernard: bicentenary of birth and his main contributions to neurology

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    Marleide da Mota Gomes

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    Full Text Available Claude Bernard (1813-1878 followed two main research paths: the chemical and physiological study of digestion and liver function, along with experimental section of nerves and studies on sympathetic nerves. Curare studies were, for example, of longstanding interest. His profound mental creativity and hand skillfulness, besides methodology quality, directed his experiments and findings, mainly at the Collège de France. His broader and epistemological concerns were carried out at the Sorbonne and later at the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle. His insight gave clues to define the “ milieu intérieur”, later known as “homeostasis”, and grasp the brain complexity. Bernard followed and surpassed his master François Magendie who also fought against dogmas and laid the foundations of experimental medicine, and its main heinous tool – vivisection. Bernard created the methodological bases of experimental medicine, and collected honors as a renowned researcher.

  3. Marie-Claude Perrin-Chenour. Kate Chopin : ruptures.

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    Claire Maniez

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    Full Text Available Cinquante ans après son «  maître  » Cyrille Arnavon, à qui l’ouvrage est dédié, Marie-Claude Perrin-Chenour poursuit le travail de réhabilitation entrepris par ce dernier, faisant comme lui la part belle au roman phare de Kate Chopin, The Awakening, auquel elle consacre les trois quarts de son texte. Comme l’indique son sous-titre, elle a choisi d’organiser ses quatre chapitres autour de la notion de rupture. Le premier chapitre, «  Les ruptures de l’histoire  », établit un parallèle entre l...

  4. Thematic Trends in Claude Mckay’s Selected Poems of the Harlem Era

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    Full Text Available Black American Literature is a microcosm of the history of the black people’s presence on the American continent as it is known today.  The literature of the Black Americans cannot be fully separated from the experience of Slavery and Racism which characterized their lives as a community of people whose social, economic and political privileges are tied up with the evils of race and color.  In the latter part of the eighteen century, most black slaves started developing interest in written literature but before this time, they were more interested in the struggle for survival than to spare the time for literary art.  This paper reveals the traumatic experiences of the Blacks in the plantations in the hands of their White masters in America through some of the poems of Claude McKay bringing out some themes in such poems to reveal the traumatized life of the Africans.

  5. Exergy analysis of helium liquefaction systems based on modified Claude cycle with two-expanders

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    Thomas, Rijo Jacob; Ghosh, Parthasarathi; Chowdhury, Kanchan

    2011-06-01

    Large-scale helium liquefaction systems, being energy-intensive, demand judicious selection of process parameters. An effective tool for design and analysis of thermodynamic cycles for these systems is exergy analysis, which is used to study the behavior of a helium liquefaction system based on modified Claude cycle. Parametric evaluation using process simulator Aspen HYSYS® helps to identify the effects of cycle pressure ratio and expander flow fraction on the exergetic efficiency of the liquefaction cycle. The study computes the distribution of losses at different refrigeration stages of the cycle and helps in selecting optimum cycle pressures, operating temperature levels of expanders and mass flow rates through them. Results from the analysis may help evolving guidelines for designing appropriate thermodynamic cycles for practical helium liquefaction systems.

  6. Peter Paul Rubens, Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc and Joan of Arc

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    Full Text Available In 2011 a discovery was made at the Department of Prints and Drawings of the National Museum in Warsaw - a drawing hitherto described as a Kneeling knight by an anonymous seventeenth-century artist, turned out to be Joan of Arc, a sketch well-known to art historians studying the oeuvre of Peter Paul Rubens, although thought to be lost during the Second World War. The drawing, until now known only through the black and white photograph, could be thoroughly analysed for the first time. In the context of information thus obtained, the historical context of creating the sketch transpired as an equally important matter, including the hypothetical role that may have been played in its creation by Nicolas-Claude Fabri de Peiresc.

  7. The Jung-White dialogue and why it couldn't work and won't go away.

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    Dourley, John P

    2007-06-01

    White's Thomism and its Aristotelian foundation were at the heart of his differences with Jung over the fifteen years of their dialogue. The paper examines the precedents and consequences of the imposition of Thomism on the Catholic Church in 1879 in order to clarify the presuppositions White carried into his dialogue with Jung. It then selects two of Jung's major letters to White to show how their dialogue influenced Jung's later substantial work, especially his Answer to Job. The dialogue with White contributed to foundational elements in the older Jung's development of his myth which simply outstripped White's theological imagination and continues to challenge the worlds of contemporary monotheistic orthodoxy in all their variants.

  8. La Psique Latinoamericana: Breve Ensayo Hermenéutico Desde Freud y Jung Latin-American Psyche: Brief Hermeneutic Essay Based on Freud and Jung

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    Full Text Available El artículo integra algunas tesis de Freud y de Jung y las aplica a la psique latinoamericana. Según el autor, la conquista española en América, fue y aún es psicoculturalmente, distinta para conquistadores y conquistados. Desde la perspectiva de Freud, el análisis se basa en la segunda tópica, en la teoría de los mecanismos de defensa y en el complejo de Edipo. Se relacionan conflictos represivos, castratorios, proyectivos, etc. en los grupos culturales en pugna, y las derivaciones familiares y psicopolíticas congruentes. Desde Jung, el análisis se realiza a través de mitos y símbolos, lo que refleja una no integración sana de los arquetipos y un fuerte componente patriarcal de dominación. Esto implica la baja individuación, el "yo débil" y las disociaciones descubiertas por Freud.This article joins together some of Freud's and Jung's thesis and applies them into the Latin-American psyche. The author states that Spaniard's conquer period in America was, and still is, very different for conquerors and conquered (from a psychological and cultural point of view. From a Freudian approach, the analysis is based on the "Topica II", on the defense mechanisms theory and the Oedipus complex. In both groups, the author relates repressive conflicts, castration, projection, etc., with its familiar and psycho-political consequences. From Jung, the analysis is made with myths and symbols, which reflects a strong patriarchal component of domination and a unwholesome integration of the archetypes. This implies the low individuation, the "weak self" and the dissociations discovered by Freud.

  9. [The relationship between the structuralism of Levi-Strauss and linguistic methods. An attempt at applying structuralist phonologic models to the study of pathologic language].

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    Lhote, E

    1975-01-01

    The structuralism which is generally accepted as a 'good French' school of thinking, presents in some of its applications the short-time character of fashion in such a way that one often forgets what this philosophy implicates. In this essay, the author intends to show that even though a structural method really exists, one cannot say who exactly is 'the father' of structuralism. But during the long maturity period of thought that resulted in structuralism, one important step has been made in France by Lévi-Strauss who has been using a great number of linguistic concepts, and at the same time has contributed to the consequent progress realized in that discipline. In the light of linguistics and of the works made by Lévi-Strauss some notions are redefined: those of structure, those of oppositions in the systems, those of relations inside one system, and the interactions between 'significant' and 'signifié'. Born from recent research in mathematics and cybernetics, the notion of Model, very fertile in linguistics, is an important element in the Lévi-Strauss structural methodology. With the help of examples taken from phonetics and phonology, the author intends to show how to elaborate a model, of what nature are the links between the observed object and the model, and what can be the applications of that method in the study of pathological languages; the author also intends to show that the main interest in a model of structural type is its explicative and previsional quality. A critical study of the structural analysis makes it possible to show the real contribution of structuralism: the author presents new ways that have been revealed by structuralism and some developments later on favorized by this discipline, mainly in linguistics. Remark. In this study of structuralism, the author places herself on the level with 'method' and not with 'philosophy'.

  10. The Prayer-Poem and Jung's Use of Active-Imagination.

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    Molton, Warren L.

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    Develops the concept of the prayer-poem as a method for spiritual search. Relates the process of the prayer-poem to Carl Jung's use of "active imagination" as a way of pushing the poetic image to a deeper level of meaning and usefulness: a window into the psyche (soul). (SR)

  11. The cryptomnesic origins of Jung's dream of the multi-storeyed house.

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    Myers, Steve

    2009-09-01

    Jung first recounted his dream of the multi-storeyed house in the 1925 seminars to illustrate the concept of the collective unconscious and explain the influence of phylogeny on his split with Freud. However, his telling the story of the dream belies a cryptomnesic influence of the early writings of psychoanalysis because Josef Breuer used a similar image to illustrate the structure of the psyche which Edouard Claparède associated with a phylogenetic inheritance. When telling the story of the dream, Jung misrepresented Freud's position, creating the impression of there being a bigger difference between their theories than was actually the case, and giving the dream a fictional significance for the breakdown of their relationship. In fact, Jung followed Freud into the fields of mythology and phylogenetics, and their split was due primarily to their different attitudes towards sexuality rather than phylogeny. The dream image has therefore led to a misunderstanding of Freudian theory when viewed from within a Jungian perspective. Freud believed there was a phylogenetic layer in the psyche, though he held a different view to Jung on its nature and importance.

  12. Effects of multi-media partitioning of chemicals on Junge's variability-lifetime relationship

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    Stroebe, Maximilian; Scheringer, Martin; Hungerbuehler, Konrad

    2006-01-01

    Junge's variability-lifetime relationship describes the relation between the tropospheric residence time of a volatile trace gas and the coefficient of variation of the tropospheric mixing ratio at a remote location. However, no unique or universal quantification of this relationship exists. It can only be derived on a case-by-case basis for consistent data sets on substances with similar source and sink patterns. Using a multi-media model of the long-range transport of organic compounds, we determine variability-lifetime relationships for volatile substances. Next, we demonstrate how the variability-lifetime relationship can be obtained for semi-volatile organic compounds (SOCs) with the model and we investigate typical deviations from the Junge relationship for volatile compounds that are caused by the multi-media partitioning of SOCs. One cause of deviation from this relationship is substances undergoing significant transport in water so that their distribution in air is noticeably influenced by their distribution in water. The other, wider, deviation is caused by substances with a strong tendency for deposition and re-volatilization. Finally, we address the comparison of the model results with field data. Preliminary analyses of long-term monitoring data for polychlorinated biphenyls at remote sites have shown that the identification of Junge relationships in field data is not straightforward. We discuss possible strategies for the derivation of Junge relationships from field data on SOCs

  13. Joseph Campbell, Jung, Anne Tyler, and "The Cards": The Spiritual Journey in "Searching for Caleb."

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    Thomson, Karen M.

    Joseph Campbell, Carl Jung, and Anne Tyler have all dealt with spiritual journeys and card reading in their writings. In his book "Tarot Revelations," Joseph Campbell discusses his first association with tarot cards, dating from 1943, when he was introduced to the symoblism of playing cards by his friend and mentor, Heinrich Zimmer. Carl…

  14. Another Woman Gets Robbed? What Jung, Freud, Piaget, and Vygotsky Took from Sabina Spielrein

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    Aldridge, Jerry

    2009-01-01

    Certainly not as many who have heard the names of Carl Jung, Sigmund Freud, Jean Piaget, and Lev Vygotsky, have heard of Sabina Spielrein. While Spielrein had numerous face-to-face encounters, some personal and some professional, with all four men, and the accounting of her life and the interactions she had with them has been the content of…

  15. Polyvariant architectural model of Crambe koktebelica ( Junge N. Busch shoot system

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    Full Text Available The article is devoted to integrated biomorphological study on Crambe koktebelica ( Junge N. Busch. Different variants of ontogenesis and basic architectural model were ascertained by for this rare species. Influence of milieu conditions on shoot system structure of the species individuals was shown.

  16. Parallels in the Beliefs and Works of Margaret Fuller and Carl Jung

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    Full Text Available Margaret Fuller, the 19th-century feminist and Transcendentalist, has been compared with Louisa May Alcott, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Henry David Thoreau. The life and theories of Carl Jung, the 20th-century psychiatrist, have been compared with the works of Sigmund Freud, Alfred Adler, Jean Piaget, and Sabina Spielrein among others. However, no comparisons have been published concerning the beliefs and works of Fuller and Jung. The purpose of this research was to compare and contrast the beliefs and written works of Margaret Fuller and Carl Jung. Similarities and differences were reported among their ideologies. Similarities in their childhood and adult dreams, literary references, spiritual beliefs, and explorations of gender were described. Differences were reported, which included the focus of their writings and their ideas about who is to blame when things go wrong, and how to deal with the individual daemon in each person was also explored. Special consideration was given to how closely their writings intersect. Specifically, the authors questioned whether Jung was inspired by the ideas and writings of Fuller. To answer this question, five possibilities were identified.

  17. Synchronicity - The Link Between Physics and Psyche, from Pauli and Jung to Chopra

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    Teodorani, M.

    2006-07-01

    This book, which is entirely dedicated to the mystery of "synchronicity", is divided into three parts: a) the joint research between analytic psychologist Carl Gustav Jung and quantum physicist Wolfgang Pauli; b) synchronicity mechanisms occurring in the microscopic (canonical quantum entanglement), mesoscopic and macroscopic scales; c) research and philosophy concerning synchronicity by MD Deepak Chopra.

  18. Jung's Red Book and its relation to aspects of German idealism.

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    Bishop, Paul

    2012-06-01

    The late nineteenth century saw a renaissance of interest in the thought of the German Romantic philosopher, F.W.J. Schelling. This paper takes Jung's engagement with Schelling and his awareness of Schellingian ideas and interests (notably, the mysterious Kabeiroi worshipped at Samothrace) as its starting-point. It goes on to argue that a key set of problematics in German Idealism - the relation between freedom and necessity, between science and art, and ultimately between realism and idealism - offers a useful conceptual framework within which to approach Jung's Red Book. For the problem of the ideal is central to this work, which can be read as a journey from eternal ideals to the ideal of eternity. (Although the term 'idealism' has at least four distinct meanings, their distinct senses can be related in different ways to Jung's thinking.) The eloquent embrace of idealism by F.T. Vischer in a novel, Auch Einer, for which Jung had the highest praise, reminds us of the persistence of this tradition, which is still contested and debated in the present day. © 2012, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  19. Psyche=singularity: A comparison of Carl Jung's transpersonal psychology and Leonard Susskind's holographic string theory

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    Desmond, Timothy

    In this dissertation I discern what Carl Jung calls the mandala image of the ultimate archetype of unity underlying and structuring cosmos and psyche by pointing out parallels between his transpersonal psychology and Stanford physicist Leonard Susskind's string theory. Despite his atheistic, materialistically reductionist interpretation of it, I demonstrate how Susskind's string theory of holographic information conservation at the event horizons of black holes, and the cosmic horizon of the universe, corroborates the following four topics about which Jung wrote: (1) his near-death experience of the cosmic horizon after a heart attack in 1944; ( 2) his equation relating psychic energy to mass, "Psyche=highest intensity in the smallest space" (1997, 162), which I translate into the equation, Psyche=Singularity; (3) his theory that the mandala, a circle or sphere with a central point, is the symbolic image of the ultimate archetype of unity through the union of opposites, which structures both cosmos and psyche, and which rises spontaneously from the collective unconscious to compensate a conscious mind torn by irreconcilable demands (1989, 334-335, 396-397); and (4) his theory of synchronicity. I argue that Susskind's inside-out black hole model of our Big Bang universe forms a geometrically perfect mandala: a central Singularity encompassed by a two-dimensional sphere which serves as a universal memory bank. Moreover, in precise fulfillment of Jung's theory, Susskind used that mandala to reconcile the notoriously incommensurable paradigms of general relativity and quantum mechanics, providing in the process a mathematically plausible explanation for Jung's near-death experience of his past, present, and future life simultaneously at the cosmic horizon. Finally, Susskind's theory also provides a plausible cosmological model to explain Jung's theory of synchronicity--meaningful coincidences may be tied together by strings at the cosmic horizon, from which they

  20. Carl Jung's interpretation of Wolfgang Pauli's dreams: The Bailey Island, Maine, and New York City seminars of 1936 and 1937

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    Brown, Richard Paul

    This dissertation reviewed the development of Jung's dream theory and addresses the question as to whether or not Jung was influenced by the dreams of the Nobel Prize winning physicist, Wolfgang Pauli. Jung provided an extensive analysis of Pauli's dreams, which are contained in the lightly edited, unpublished transcripts of lectures delivered in 1936 and 1937. An archival and hermeneutic analysis of the texts reveals a staged process of individuation that Jung related to in many ways because of the parallels to his own personal journey toward individuation. A chronological history of the development of Jung's dream theory is presented, followed by a picture of the relationship between Jung and Pauli. Thereafter, a detailed summary of the seminar transcripts, one given on Bailey Island, Maine, and the other in New York City the following year, is offered with hermeneutic commentary. An analysis of the seminars found that Pauli's dreams did, in part, support Jung's theory. Specifically, while Jung was unable to meet the scientific demands for clear empirical evidence of his dream theory, he did offer his professional and non-professional audiences with a slightly less rigorous example of his dream theory in action, demonstrating that the process shared similarities across peoples, time, and cultures. Additionally, in Pauli he found a superior mind that had gone through the process of individuation in accordance with his theory and his own experience. During the course of research, reference to a document was found in the correspondence in the Jungian Archives in Zurich. This document entitled, "FAREWELL SPEECH, Given by Dr. C. G. Jung on the Occasion of a Dinner Given in His Honor by the Analytical Psychology Club of New York City October 26, 1937" and other related documents were subsequently uncovered in the sub-basement of the Kristine Mann Library in New York City. A synopsis of the discovery and description of the papers contained in the file are discussed in

  1. An apology for dialogue: Claude Geffré reading Paul Tillich

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    Full Text Available The subject of this article is Claude Geffré’s reading on Paul Tillich’s thought in De Babel a Pentecostes: ensaios de teologia inter-religiosa. The author relies on Tillich’s theology to develop an “inter-religious dialogue hermeneutics” in order to answer to the challenge that religious pluralism poses to Christian theology today. The argument that Geffré finds is that just based on the Christological paradox, in light of the concept of “final revelation” and “ultimate concern”, Christian theology can respond to the religious pluralism without losing itself. The article presents two parts: firstly, an overview of Geffré’s book, focusing on the first session entitled Não há outro nome, where our object of study is found. Secondly, we analyse Tillich’s concepts developed by Geffré in this chapter, aiming to identify and characterize the main results of this reading and analyse them in light of Tillich’s referential work. In conclusion, we highlight the relevance of Paul Tillich’s theology to deal with the problem of religious pluralism, what is also demonstrated by Geffré. Besides, we consider a criticism of Gefreé’s proposal regarding an inter-religious theology based on the concept of ultimate concern, whose implication questions the use of this concept for an inter-religious theology, as its paradoxical nature is relativized.

  2. [Claude Bernard, the experimental method, and the Société de Biologie].

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    Bange, Christian

    2009-01-01

    Claude Bernard was one of the founder of the Société de Biologie created in 1849. He actively took part to it from its very beginning by presenting various communications and several important memoirs. Epistemological thoughts found in these memoirs lead to the methodological chapters introducing the volumes of his edited lessons given at the Collège de France. In 1865, these texts formed the basis to his Introduction à l'étude de la Médecine expérimentale, in which Bernard claims the experimental method should rely on the principle of determinism of the phenomena of Life. He was a dutiful President of the Société from 1867 until his death. He nevertheless was not often involved in debates, but agreed on the defense of the scientific principles he had claimed. He remained influential until his death, as noted in 1899 by the report Engène Gley wrote on the Société de Biologie during its fifty first years. Gley points regularly to Bernard's axioms which remained the true scientific credo of French biologists.

  3. Democracy, hegemony and populism. Ernesto Laclau as reader of Claude Lefort

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    Full Text Available Since “Hegemony and socialist strategy”, Ernesto Laclau has adopted Claude Lefort´s understanding of modern democracy regarding his own work. However, in his posterior work and specially in “The populist reason”, Laclau´s conceptualization of democratic experience confronts with his initial thoughts, causing a rupture with Lefort´s understanding on the subject. This paper has two objectives. On the one hand, it will try to clarify how Laclau reads Lefort´s work in “The populist reason”, trying to prove that his latter understanding of the democratic experience is –in some aspects- contradictory with that of the French philosopher. On the other hand, it will try to follow Laclau´s consideration of populism, in order to understand the indefinition between Populism and Democracy, a subject that has been –in many cases- poorly studied, and represents one of the main theoretical issues regarding populism.

  4. Transformation of Flaubert’s Free Indirect Speech in Film Adaptation Madame Bovary by Claude Chabrol

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    The paper deals with the transformation of Flaubert’s free indirect speech in the film Madame Bovary by Claude Chabrol. Conversion of free indirect speech into direct speech or into narration by an external narrator (voice-over) cannot be avoided, it does, however, pose many problems because of the potential ambiguousness (polyphony) of free indirect speech. In such cases, Chabrol often finds effective solutions which bring the film closer to Flaubert’s style. Nevertheless, it remains clear t...

  5. The variable Jung as a predictor of mortality in patients with pulmonary edema.

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    Jung, Robert; Ivanović, Vladimir; Potić, Zoran; Panić, Gordana; Petrović, Milovan; Pavlović, Katica; Cemerlić-Adjić, Nada; Baskot, Branislav

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    In our Intensive Coronary Care Unit (CCU) a specific scoring system named the AMIS_NS was developed both for prediction of mortality in patients with acute myocardial infarction and for evaluation of the quality of work. One of the most important variables of the AMIS_NS system is the variable Jung which stands for the interrelationship unified mortality predictors. The variable includes all the values of systolic blood pressure, heart rate and age, without limiting values for any of these. The cutoff value is 2.08. The patients with the lower variable value account for a significantly higher mortality. Data on the actual infarction are not necessitated now for this variable. The aim of this study was to assess the significance of the variable Jung in non-infarction patients with acute pulmonary edema. In a 24-month period out of 2,223 patients there were 1,087 and 1,136 patients with and without acute myocardial infarction, respectively. There was the subgroup without myocardial infarction of 312 (84.1%) patients admitted with the diagnosis of pulmonary edema. The subgroup with myocardial infarction consisted of 59 (15.9%) patients who were admitted for acute myocardial infarction and pulmonary edema which developed immediately after admission or during hospitalization in the CCU. For all the patients a uniform questionnaire was fulfilled on admission. Data were put into the personal computer. The variable "Jung" was used: (systolic bloog pressure/heart rate x age) x 100. RESULTS. Regarding sex, there was no difference in mortality, so that males and females were regarded as a whole. Previous myocardial infarction was equally registered in both groups. The investigated persons had less percent of mortality and a significantly higher systemic pressure as well as higher value of the variable Jung. There was no statistically significant difference in the heart rate between the two groups. In both groups of deceased patients the variable Jung (1.5 vs 1.6) was

  6. A psicologia analítica de Carl Gustav Jung: apontamentos de aulaThe analytical psychology of Carl Gustav Jung: notes of lesson

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    O texto traz o conteúdo de uma aula sobre Teorias da Personalidade com foco nos fundamentos da Psicologia Analítica do psicólogo e psiquiatra suíço Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), cuja obra vem apresentando significativas contribuições para a Psicologia Educacional, Organizacional e Clínica. Palavras-chave Psicologia analítica; Teorias da personalidade Abstract The text brings the content of a lesson on Theories of Personality focused in the fundamentals of the Analytical Psychology of...

  7. 'Who is my Jung?' The progressive, though sometimes ambivalent, expansion of Jung's idea of the collective unconscious: from an 'unconscious humanity' to - in all but name - the soul of the world.

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    Cashford, Jules

    2018-06-01

    This paper discusses Jung's idea of myth as a projection of the collective unconscious, suggesting that the term 'projection' separates human beings from nature, withdrawing nature's life into humanity. Jung's discovery of a realm independent of consciousness - in conversations with his soul in The Red Book, and in synchronicity, began a dialogue which finally brought him, through the Alchemical Mercurius, closer to the idea of a world-soul. © 2018, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  8. The Strange Friendship of Pauli and Jung - When Physics Met Psychology

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    At a key time in his scientific development, Pauli was undergoing analysis by Jung. What can we learn about Pauli's discoveries of the exclusion principle and the CPT theorem, as well as his thoughts on non-conservation of parity, and his quest with Heisenberg for a unified field theory of elementary particles from Jung’s analysis of his dreams? A very different Pauli emerges, one at odds with esteemed colleagues such as Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg.

  9. Conspiracies of immanence: Paul Tillich, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin and C.G. Jung.

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    Dourley, John

    2015-02-01

    Jung's psychology proffers a sustained reflection on the traditional religious question of the relation of divine transcendence to immanence. On this issue his psychology affirms a position of radical immanence in its contention that the experience of divinity is initially wholly from within. Though this position remains on the periphery of religious and theological orthodoxy Jung is not alone in holding it among moderns. Paul Tillich adopts a similar stance with his controlling symbols of the divine as 'Ground of Being' and 'Depth of Reason'. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin understands divinity as the experiential energy of evolution itself working within nature and humanity toward greater configurations of universal communion as the basis of community. All of Jung's master symbols of individuation assume such an understanding of immanence uniting individual and totality. His psychology strongly suggests and contributes to the current emergence of a new religious sensitivity based on the awareness of the intra-psychic origin of all religions. In his later writings he held out such a position as a significant alternative to genocide. © 2015, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  10. Jung on the Nature and Interpretation of Dreams: A Developmental Delineation with Cognitive Neuroscientific Responses

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    Caifang Zhu

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available Post-Jungians tend to identify Jung’s dream theory with the concept of compensation; they tend to believe that Jung’s radically open stand constitutes his dream theory in its entirety. However, Jung’s theory regarding dreams was a product of an evolving process throughout his whole intellectual and professional life. Unfortunately, the theory has not been understood in such a developmental light. Based on a historical and textual study of all dream articles found throughout The Collected Works of C.G. Jung, this paper maps a concise three-phase trajectory of Jung’s changing views on dreams and interpretation. The paper posits that Jung’s last essay, “Symbols and the Interpretation of Dreams” (1961, epitomizes his final stand, although such a stand is also reflected in a less explicit and less emphatic way during the latter period of the second phase. The paper also briefly addresses where Jung and Jungians have been enigmatic or negligent. For example, it has not been explicated fully why compensation as slight modifications and compensation as parallels to waking life situations are rare in Jung’s cases In addition, contemporary cognitive and neuroscientific approaches to the study of dreams, as represented by Harry Hunt, William Domhoff, and Allan Hobson, among others, are presented in connection with Jung. The juxtaposition of Jungian, cognitive, and neuroscientific approaches showcases how cognitive and scientific findings challenge, enrich, and in some ways confirm Jung’s dream theory and praxis.

  11. Gender legacies of jung and freud as epistemology in emergent feminist research on late motherhood.

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    Barone-Chapman, Maryann

    2014-03-01

    While conducting doctoral research in social science on late motherhood, two analytical engagements with the feminine came to my attention as evidence of a patriarchal bias toward the realm of womanhood. Jung's mythopoetic tension between symbolism and enactments with the feminine and Freud's supposition that a denial of the feminine was necessary for psychological and emotional development appeared to be perpetuating a social problem continuing in current times. Across affective behavior and narrative within stories of late procreative desire, dream journals and Word Association Tests of eight participants was the memory of a male sibling who had enjoyed primacy of place in the parental home over the daughter. The female body with a voice was missing in the one-sided perspectives of Analytical Psychology and Psychoanalysis on the subject of the feminine, until a whole view of psyche's discontents in Feminist inspired Psychoanalytic theories from both schools on the female body were included. Freud and Jung's views became evidence of patriarchy as background while extension of Feminist inspired psychoanalytical thinking, Queer theories and Creation Myth allowed new meanings of the embodied feminine to emerge through a recapitulation of a union of opposites as a union of epistemology and ethos. The essence of Jung's mid-life theories, altered by modernity and eclipsed by female advancement, remains replicatable and paradigmatic outside of essentialist gender performance.

  12. Jung on the Nature and Interpretation of Dreams: A Developmental Delineation with Cognitive Neuroscientific Responses

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    Zhu, Caifang

    2013-01-01

    Post-Jungians tend to identify Jung’s dream theory with the concept of compensation; they tend to believe that Jung’s radically open stand constitutes his dream theory in its entirety. However, Jung’s theory regarding dreams was a product of an evolving process throughout his whole intellectual and professional life. Unfortunately, the theory has not been understood in such a developmental light. Based on a historical and textual study of all dream articles found throughout The Collected Works of C.G. Jung, this paper maps a concise three-phase trajectory of Jung’s changing views on dreams and interpretation. The paper posits that Jung’s last essay, “Symbols and the Interpretation of Dreams” (1961), epitomizes his final stand, although such a stand is also reflected in a less explicit and less emphatic way during the latter period of the second phase. The paper also briefly addresses where Jung and Jungians have been enigmatic or negligent. For example, it has not been explicated fully why compensation as slight modifications and compensation as parallels to waking life situations are rare in Jung’s cases In addition, contemporary cognitive and neuroscientific approaches to the study of dreams, as represented by Harry Hunt, William Domhoff, and Allan Hobson, among others, are presented in connection with Jung. The juxtaposition of Jungian, cognitive, and neuroscientific approaches showcases how cognitive and scientific findings challenge, enrich, and in some ways confirm Jung’s dream theory and praxis. PMID:25379263

  13. The Influence of Johannes Fabian on Claude Lévi -Strauss

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    Miloš Milenković

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    Full Text Available In his explicitly theoretical works, Johannes Fabian, one of the key intradisciplinary "affinities" of the author-founder of postmodern anthropology, constructed a specific view of Claude Lévi-Strauss's structuralism, which, as reinterpreted by critical anthropologists, was to fundamentally shape the history of anthropological post-structuralism. In order to explain that the constitution of the subject of research through research itself – i.e. "the invention of the subject of anthropology" – should be accorded the status of the crucial problem of anthropological methodology, Fabian imputed to Lévi-Strauss a rigid and amateurish preconception of research in the natural sciences as inherently positivist. The opposition structuralism/poststructuralism = positivism/postpositivism thus implied was to permanently reshape discussions on realism in critical anthropology, with absurd consequences. The most important of these was the supposedly "antirealist" character of postmodern anthropology, as a direct derivative of critical anthroplogy, which, being aware that reality is created by research, was now seen to play a somehow more ethical and less repressive part in knowledge/power games. The delight at the discovery of this methodological commonplace – that the subject of research is constituted by research itself – might have been but a matter of passing interest, being itself a common enough phenomenon, had not this particular intradisciplinary exchange led to the discrediting of the entire methodological package associated with structuralism. Paradoxically, the retaining of a realistic, radically antipositivist structural method would have made possible the achievement of the cultural-critical ambitions of postmodern anthropology's research program, had not the method been ineptly contaminated by this chain of activist reinterpretation which eventually frustrated the aims it had set out to accomplish.

  14. Le corps dans l’espace architectural. Le Corbusier, Claude Parent et Henri Gaudin

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    Julie Cattant

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    Full Text Available Le premier geste de l’espace architectural est d’accueillir nos corps humains. En leur offrant un espacement à habiter, il leur permet de s’abriter, de se mouvoir et de se rencontrer. L’homme et l’architecture s’affectent l’un l’autre. Nombreux sont les architectes qui interrogent cette coexistence car, renouveler la pensée de l’espace nécessite de reconsidérer le corps humain. L’étude des relations entre le corps et l’espace chez trois architectes français sera l’occasion d’évoquer les écarts et les convergences entre l’homme et l’architecture. L’œuvre de Le Corbusier, protagoniste du mouvement moderne, maintient ainsi une distance entre un corps machinisé et un espace idéal. Marquée par un mode de pensée dualiste, l’architecture de Le Corbusier annonce toutefois son propre dépassement, dépassement que Claude Parent et Henri Gaudin opèreront par la suite à leur manière, le premier en introduisant l’oblique et la déstabilisation du corps, le second en transgressant la limite de l’espace et du corps pour envisager leur porosité réciproque. Finalement, c’est la manière dont l’homme appréhende l’espace avec son corps qui est questionnée par ces trois architectes, de la prégnance du visuel à son évincement.

  15. Dialéctica y estructura en la teoría sociológica. La búsqueda de un método lógico

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    Full Text Available Revisión de la teoría sociológica moderna: positivismo y romanticismo en el trabajo de Karl Marx, Max Weber y Emile Durkheim; funcionalismo, interacción simbólica, y etnometodología; y dialéctica y estructura en el trabajo de Jean-Jean-Paul Sartre y Claude Levi-Strauss. El proceso dialéctico se considera como método de construcción de teoría sociológica, ya que considera la subjetividad mientras que mantiene el rigor de la objetividad.

  16. ["Kaitai-Shinsho": a change of languages and concepts].

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    Okada, Masanobu

    2003-07-01

    The translation of "Outleedkundige Tafelen (Dutch) [Anatomische Tabellen (German)]" to "Kaitai-Shinsho" by Gempaku Sugita and others was not the mere substitution of Dutch for Japanese. They responded to the writing according to the situation of the change to modern medicine from the medicine of ancient-medieval times based on Galen's teachings, by using the Japanese culture of those days in a form of "bricolage" (a term used by Claude Levi-Strauss), in combination with Western medicine, leading to its establishment as Japanese medicine. That is, their work was not a mere translation, but an innovation of Japanese medical language system.

  17. Ecología y biodiversidad de vertebrados de Chile: Análisis comentado de la Zoología de Claude Gay Ecology and biodiversity of vertebrates in Chile: A commented analysis of the Zoology of Claude Gay

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    FABIAN M JAKSIC

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available A partir de la revisión de la sección zoológica de la Historia Física y Política de Chile elaborada por Claude Gay, analizamos su contribución al conocimiento de los vertebrados chilenos. Esta sección incluyó la descripción de 483 especies distribuidas en 68 mamíferos, 259 aves, 31 reptiles, 16 anfibios y 109 peces; de ellas, 50 especies fueron descritas por primera vez para la ciencia, pero los análisis taxonómicos posteriores sinonimizaron cerca del 58 % de ellas, quedando como válidas solo 21 especies. Este valor implica que el 1.1 % de la fauna de vertebrados de Chile actualmente conocida (unas 1900 especies fue descrita por primera vez en dicha obra monumental.By reviewing the zoological section of the Historia Física y Política de Chile written by Claude Gay, we analyze his contributions to the understanding of the Chilean vertebrates, which included 483 species: 68 mammals, 259 birds, 31 reptiles, 16 amphibians, and 109 fishes. Gay documented 50 species as new taxa to science, but subsequent taxonomic analyses sinonimized 58 % of those species; thus currently only 21 species are recognized as valid. This means that 1.1 % of the Chilean vertebrates currently recognized were described in this monumental publication.

  18. Transformation of Flaubert’s Free Indirect Speech in Film Adaptation Madame Bovary by Claude Chabrol

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    Florence Gacoin Marks

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    Full Text Available The paper deals with the transformation of Flaubert’s free indirect speech in the film Madame Bovary by Claude Chabrol. Conversion of free indirect speech into direct speech or into narration by an external narrator (voice-over cannot be avoided, it does, however, pose many problems because of the potential ambiguousness (polyphony of free indirect speech. In such cases, Chabrol often finds effective solutions which bring the film closer to Flaubert’s style. Nevertheless, it remains clear that film adaptations of literary masterpieces entail serious losses. Therefore teachers must convince students that film adaptations of high-quality literature can never replace literary works themselves. Literature and film are two different media, based on distinct types of artistic expression, and should be presented as such to students. As a consequence, film adaptations of literary masterpieces should not uncritically be considered as the most suitable material in all teaching contexts. Key words: Gustave Flaubert, Claude Chabrol, Madame Bovary, free indirect speech, literature and film

  19. Proses Individuasi Carl Gustav Jung pada Tokoh Erika Kohut dalam Novel Sang Guru Piano Karya Elfriede Jelinek

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    M. Oktavia Vidiyanti

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    Full Text Available A personality structure that appears in Erika is similar to one of an important part of Carl Gustav Jung psychology. Jung states that personality is a psiko that covers consciousness and unconsciousness. This psiko will develop to be a stable unity. If every system develops in every individual absolutely, so a health and integrated personality will be achieved. That process in Jung is known as a self­ individualized process. The aim of individualism is a self­achievement. Individual is not only as a psiko centre but also as a representation of the whole individual that unites consciousness and unconsciousness. It is like the character "Erika Kohut" in the novel "Sang Guru Piano".

  20. Has the Time Come to Emulate Jung? A Response to Piechowski's Most Recent Rethinking of the Theory of Positive Disintegration: I. The Case against Primary Integration

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    Mendaglio, Sal; Tillier, William

    2015-01-01

    Disagreements between theorists and their collaborators are as old as the field of psychology itself. The most well-known example of a professional relationship marked by diverging viewpoints in psychology is that of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. Theoretical disagreements between them were resolved by Jung's creation of a new theory. In this…

  1. Under a Starry Vault. Warburg, Jung and the Renaissance of Ancient Paganisms at the Beginning of the 20th Century

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    Manuela Pallotto Strickland

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available The paper tackles the controversial question of the affinities between the work of Aby Warburg and Carl Gustav Jung. Instead of focussing her interest exclusively on the concepts of collective memory and primordial images, though, the author critically compares the different ways Warburg and Jung looked at the renaissance of ancient practices of Paganism at the beginning of the Twentieth century, and questions the extent to which the cultural crisis heralded by Modernity, and the challenges brought about by secularisation influenced their reading of the revivals.

  2. Arendt, Jung e Humanismo: um olhar interdisciplinar sobre a violência Arendt, Jung and Humanism: an interdisciplinary approach to violence

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    Marlon Xavier

    2008-09-01

    Full Text Available O presente trabalho é um ensaio de natureza teórica que tece reflexões sobre o fenômeno da violência no mundo contemporâneo a partir da perspectiva dada pela filosofia política de Hannah Arendt. Partindo de sua interpretação de Kant, conectamos a teoria original sobre a violência de Arendt com sua base filosófica, o humanismo. À compreensão mais filosófica e social dada por Arendt, buscamos acrescentar, em uma abordagem interdisciplinar quiçá inédita para o tema, as contribuições dadas pela psicologia profunda de Jung, sendo discutida e sublinhada a relevância dos seus conceitos de indivíduo singular e inconsciente e da sua crítica da cultura. A origem comum de ambas as teorias leva a interpretações diferentes, mas complementares do fenômeno da violência, visto a partir das perspectivas social e individual, e conduz à afirmação da importância da retomada do humanismo como idéia central ao pensarmos a violência e o mundo contemporâneo.This article is a theoretical essay that reflects on the phenomenon of violence in the contemporary world, grounded on the perspective furnished by Hannah Arendt's political philosophy. Starting from her interpretation of Kant, we have connected Arendt's original theory on violence with its philosophical basis, Humanism. To the more philosophical and social understanding provided by Arendt, we have tried to add, through an interdisciplinary approach, the contributions given by Jung's depth psychology, discussing and underlining the relevance of his concepts of singular individual and unconscious and his critique of culture. The common origin of both theories leads to different yet complementary interpretations of the phenomenon of violence, and eventually to asserting the importance of recovering Humanism as a central idea in the way we understand violence and the contemporary world.

  3. Claude McKay between United States and Soviet Union: African-American Identity and Socialist Utopia

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    Fiorenzo Iuliano

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    Full Text Available This article analyzes Claude McKay’s essays on politics and society, especially those dealing with the racial question in the 1920s US. It reviews these texts, alongside other works (poems and autobiographical writings that McKay produced on the same topics. The article aims at tracing a trajectory in McKay’s political thought: after criticizing the social and economic structures of capitalist and colonial societies, McKay envisages in post-revolutionary USSR a utopian society for oppressed people worldwide. However, his writings, rather than depicting the actual USSR society he knew in the early 1920s, evokes the multicultural myth of the ‘melting pot’ traditionally used to celebrate the US. McKay, maybe unwillingly, enthusiastically praises the myth of American exceptionalism, referring it to the USSR.

  4. In memoriam. La obra de Claude Lévi–Strauss (1908–2009. Unidad humana y diferencia cultural

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    Full Text Available Uno de los temas fundamentales de la obra del antropólogo francés Claude Lévi–Strauss, recientemente fallecido, es el de la relación entre unidad humana y diferencia cultural. De diversas maneras, tanto en sus trabajos teóricos como en sus intervenciones públicas, Lévi– Strauss adoptó una particular forma de relativismo cultural. En este artículo se repasa lo que esta posición debe a los presupuestos básicos del estructuralismo; se refl exiona asimismo sobre las diversas nociones de Lévi–Strauss respecto de la unidad humana; y se introduce una crítica del relativismo estructuralista y una defensa de un universalismo de lo social.

  5. Architecture, cinéma et utopie. Pierre Kast sur Claude-Nicolas Ledoux et Le Corbusier

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    La fin des années 40 et les années 50 sont celles de l’émergence du film d’art, et les courts métrages de Pierre Kast (1920-1984) qu’on analysera ici, produits au milieu des années 50, s’intègrent dans ce mouvement plus large dont Claude-Jean Philippe, dans son Encyclopédie filmée, a pu dire que, loin d’être des « films au passé », ils montrent un « présent à vif, dont le cinéma capte et condense l’intensité ». Ces années sont justement celles de la montée vers la « libération » du cinéma lui...

  6. Claude Monet, mentor ou repoussoir de la génération néo-impressionniste?

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    Maingon, Claire

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    Full Text Available Was Monet the father of neo-impressionism? This article investigates the various answers that have been offered to this important and controversial question by examining the relationships – actual and purported ones – between Claude Monet and the neo-impressionists, notably Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. It discusses the significance that impressionism, with its striving for spontaneity and its subjective approach to landscape, had for the young painters. A close reading of Signac's letters to Monet suggests an amicable relationship between these two artists. Moreover, significant artistic parallels can be observed between Monet's painting and that of Seurat and Signac, especially with regard to the element of seriality. Finally, the article highlights the reception of Monet's paintings by the neo-impressionists, notably of his Rouen Cathedral series in 1895.

  7. [The chief surgeon Claude Louis Sommé (1772-1855) French military physician, surgeon of Antwerp hospital].

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    Tricot, Jean-pierre

    2015-01-01

    Claude Louis Sommé was born in Paris in 1772. After surgical studies between 1790 and 1792, he successfully embraced a military career in the armies of Napoleon at different fronts and in several hospitals. In 1806 he submitted his doctoral thesis at the Special Medical School of Strasburg, Dissertation upon Pain. The same year he presented his dismissal from he imperial armies and became chief-surgeon at the St Elisabeth hospital of Antwerp where he stayed on duty until his death in 1855. Sommé wrote a lot of medical books: surgical, anatomical and physiological. After the battle of Waterloo one third of the injured soldiers were transferred to Antwerp and were attended in his department. He also played an important role as a professor at the Primary Medical School of Antwerp. Sommé also created the botanical garden of Antwerp, close to the hospital.

  8. The Scriptural Cantatas "Esther" and "Jacob, et Rachel" of Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de La Guerre: Historical Context and Performance Practice

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    Buckley, Elizabeth M.

    2009-01-01

    This project explores two sacred cantatas of Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de La Guerre, "Esther" and "Jacob, et Rachel". The cultural milieu in which the sacred cantatas of Jacquet de La Guerre were written and performed will be discussed, as well as possible venues for their original performances, including the Parisian salon, and…

  9. The World Rests on a Turtle, but on What Does that Turtle Rest? A Reply to Haier and Jung

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    Sternberg, Robert J.

    2008-01-01

    In this article, I consider three general issues raised by Haier and Jung (2008). First, I discuss the use of drugs for intellectual enhancement. Second, I reflect on prediction of performance based on biological measures. Third, I query whether biology can tell us what intelligence and creativity are. I conclude that biological assessments raise…

  10. Children's Books as a Source of Influence on Gender Role Development: Analysis of Female Characters Using Jung's Four Archetypes

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    Mills, Shirley J.; Pankake, Anita; Schall, Janine

    2010-01-01

    The purpose of the study was to answer this question: "Do children when choosing a book to read for pleasure receive a stereotypical impression of the female role as opposed to the male role as defined by the literature?" A qualitative study reviewed main female characters of the Children's Choice books of 2008 with Jung's archetypes (Great Good…

  11. Kongress „Der junge Mozart 1756-1780. Philologie – Analyse – Rezeption“, Salzburg 1.-4. 12. 2005

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    Jonášová, Milada

    2006-01-01

    Roč. 43, č. 2 (2006), s. 213-215 ISSN 0018-7003. [Der junge Mozart 1756-1780. Philologie – Analyse – Rezeption. Salzburg, 01.12.2005-4.12.2005] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90580513 Keywords : young Mozart * congress * Salzburg * 1756-1780 Subject RIV: AL - Art, Architecture, Cultural Heritage

  12. Un-thought out metaphysics in analytical psychology: a critique of Jung's epistemological basis for psychic reality.

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    Brooks, Robin McCoy

    2011-09-01

    The author investigates the relation of Kant, Schopenhauer and Heidegger to Jung's attempts to formulate theory regarding the epistemological conundrum of what can and what cannot be known and what must remain uncertain. Jung's ambivalent use and misuse of Kant's division of the world into phenomenal and noumenal realms is highlighted in discussion of concepts such as the psychoid archetype which he called 'esse in anima' and his use of Schopenhauer's concept of 'will' to justify a transcendence of the psyche/soma divide in a postulation of a 'psychoid' realm. Finally, the author describes Jung's reaction to Heidegger's theories via his assertion that Heidegger's 'pre-given world design' was an alternate formulation of his concept of the archetypes. An underlying theme of the paper is a critique of Jung's foundationalism which perpetuates the myth of an isolated mind. This model of understanding subjectivity is briefly contrasted with Heidegger's 'fundamental ontology' which focuses on a non-Cartesian 'understanding' of the 'presencing of being' in everyday social and historical contexts. © 2011, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  13. Learning from the patient: the East, synchronicity and transference in the history of an unknown case of C.G. Jung.

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    de Moura, Vicente

    2014-06-01

    This article presents the history of one until now unknown case of C.G. Jung: Maggy Reichstein. Born in Indonesia in 1894 in a very aristocratic family, she brought her sister to Zurich to be treated by Jung in 1919, and later she herself was in analysis with him. Jung used her case as example in his lecture in 1937 on the realities of practical psychotherapy, relating it to the process of transference and countertransference. Jung deepened his studies in Eastern psychology after a series of dreams she had, which culminated in the Yoga Kundalini Seminars. She was also the case presented in his article of 1951 on the concept of synchronicity. Jung wrote that her case, concerning synchronicity, remained unique in his experience. Jung also published some of her mandalas. He considered her able to understand his ideas in depth. Reichstein was for Jung an important case, which challenged and triggered his interests in different subjects. © 2014, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  14. Relationship Between Personality Types Conceptualized by C. G. Jung and Emotional Intelligence

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    Natasha Virmozelova

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available The main aim of this study is to present the results from a study of the relationship between personality types described by C. G. Jung and emotional intelligence. The investigated subjects were 150 at the age of 18 – 50. The methods of research were MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator - Bulgarian adaptation (Rusinova, 1992 and one psychological questionnaire measuring emotional intelligence -Bulgarian adaptation (Stoyanova, 2008. The received data indicated that the functions of thinking and sensing, and introversion correlated inversely with the factors of emotional intelligence “Sharing emotions and empathy”, “Motivation to overcome difficulties and optimisms” and extroversion correlated proportionally with them. The function feeling correlated proportionally with the factor “Sharing emotions and empathy” and it correlated inversely with the factor “Recognition of nonverbal expression of emotion of the other people”.

  15. The exact value of Jung constants in a class of Orlicz function spaces

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    2005-01-01

    Let $\\Phi$ be an $N$-function. Then the Jung constants of the Orlicz function spaces $L^\\Phi[0,1]$ generated by $\\Phi$, equipped with the Luxemburg and Orlicz norms, have the following exact values: \\item{(i)} if $F_\\Phi(t)=t\\varphi(t)/\\Phi(t)$ is decreasing and $1 < C_\\Phi < 2$, then $$ JC(L^{(\\Phi)}[0,1])=JC(L^\\Phi[0,1])=2^{1/C_\\Phi-1}; $$ \\item{(ii)} if $F_\\Phi(t)$ is increasing and $C_\\Phi > 2$, then $$ JC(L^{(\\Phi)}[0,1])=JC(L^\\Phi[0,1])=2^{-1/C_\\Phi}, $$ where $$C_\\Phi=\\lim_{t\\to...

  16. From Freudian narcissism to the Buddhist notion of anatman, via Jung's idea of identity.

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    Martin-Vallas, François

    2017-02-01

    Starting from the question the youthful Carl Gustav pondered as he sat on 'his' stone - 'Am I he who sits on the stone, or am I the stone on which he sits?' - the author has attempted to show that, for Jung, the idea of identity is founded on a wilful non-determination. This stance results in ethical and methodological repercussions that differentiate it both from the Freudian project and from Hindu and Buddhist thought, while at the same time having much in common with them. The paper refers to the notions of emergence and (Varela et al. 1992) enaction and argues that the concept of the archetype, especially in relation to the self, merits a re-evaluation in light of the new scientific paradigm. © 2017, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  17. Jung's views on causes and treatments of schizophrenia in light of current trends in cognitive neuroscience and psychotherapy research I. Aetiology and phenomenology.

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    Silverstein, Steven M

    2014-02-01

    Jung's writings on schizophrenia are almost completely ignored or forgotten today. The purpose of this paper, along with a follow-up article, is to review the primary themes found in Jung's writings on schizophrenia, and to assess the validity of his theories about the disorder in light of our current knowledge base in the fields of psychopathology, cognitive neuroscience and psychotherapy research. In this article, five themes related to the aetiology and phenomenology of schizophrenia from Jung's writings are discussed:1) abaissement du niveau mental; 2) the complex; 3) mandala imagery; 4) constellation of archetypes and 5) psychological versus toxic aetiology. Reviews of the above areas suggest three conclusions. First, in many ways, Jung's ideas on schizophrenia anticipated much current thinking and data about the disorder. Second, with the recent (re)convergence of psychological and biological approaches to understanding and treating schizophrenia, the pioneering ideas of Jung regarding the importance of both factors and their interaction remain a useful and rich, but still underutilized resource. Finally, a more concerted effort to understand and evaluate the validity of Jung's concepts in terms of evidence from neuroscience could lead both to important advances in analytical psychology and to developments in therapeutic approaches that would extend beyond the treatment of schizophrenia. © 2014, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  18. Claude Lanzmann and Georges Didi-Huberman: Two Theories of Representing the 20th - Century Inhuman Experience

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    Skopin Denis Aleksandrovich

    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available In the present academic paper the author analyzes two different points of view on the role played by the image in the representation of one of the most tragic events in contemporary history, that of the Holocaust. According to Claude Lanzmann, French filmmaker and the author of the famous documentary “Shoah”, the image is not able to tell us the truth about the Holocaust. The reality of the Holocaust is beyond the power of the image and our imagination is not able to reach the “sublime” experience. Lanzmann’s argumentation is very close to that of J-F. Lyotard in the “Discord”, who believes that all direct representations of the Shoah are doomed to failure. The only way to represent the Holocaust events is to make speak the eyewitnesses, as Lanzmann did in his film. This point of view is criticized by Georges Didi-Huberman in his book “Images in spite of all”. He tells the story of four photographs taken in Auschwitz by prisoners in 1944 and argues that the images can play a very important role in getting the historical truth as they depict the very truth of those tragic moments. As for the imagination, it also takes part in the building of our historical picture.

  19. Simon-Claude Constant-Dufeux and the Symbolic Interpretation of Architectural Origins in 19th-Century France

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    Ralph Ghoche

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    Full Text Available This essay examines the design by French architect Simon-Claude Constant-Dufeux of a tomb of the maritime explorer Jules Dumont d’Urville, erected in the 'cimetière du Sud' in Paris (today, Montparnasse cemetery in 1844. Its unusual parabolic profile and the vivid polychromy of its surface made it something of an archetype for architects in Paris in the 1840s, who saw it as an assault on the neoclassical ideals promoted by the French Academy. In the world of the visual arts, music, and literature, Romanticism is among the most fundamental movements, a watershed moment in which art was rethought in light of the exigencies of the modern world. Romanticism in architecture, however, is more difficult to describe. Drawing on French Romantic philosophy, particularly the works of Pierre Leroux and Victor Cousin, and from archeologists, especially the work of Charles Lenormant, this essay interprets the tomb of Dumont d’Urville within the Romantic discourses of the early 19th century. It argues that the tomb’s Romanticism lay in its ability to enact a totalizing ideology, one which fused form and content, communication, and expression.

  20. Jung in education: a review of historical and contemporary contributions from analytical psychology to the field of education.

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    Gitz-Johansen, Thomas

    2016-06-01

    The available literature on the influence of Jungian thought on the theory and practice of education leaves the impression that although the work of Carl Jung and analytical psychology have much to offer the field of education, the Jungian influence has so far been slight. While this has certainly been true, the last decade or so has nevertheless witnessed an increased scholarly interest in exploring how analytical psychology may inform and inspire the field of education. As an explanation for this burgeoning interest in Jung, several of the contemporary contributors mention that analytical psychology has the potential of functioning as a counterbalance to the tendencies in Western societies to focus on measurable learning targets and increasingly standardized measures of teaching and assessment. It seems pertinent then to gain an overview of how analytical psychology has so far inspired the field of education and how it may fruitfully continue do so in the future. To this end this paper is structured chronologically, starting with the different phases of Jung's own engagement with the field of education and ending with later post-Jungian applications of his concepts and ideas to education. © 2016, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  1. fMRI responses to Jung's Word Association Test: implications for theory, treatment and research.

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    Petchkovsky, Leon; Petchkovsky, Michael; Morris, Philip; Dickson, Paul; Montgomery, Danielle; Dwyer, Jonathan; Burnett, Patrick

    2013-06-01

    Jung's Word Association Test was performed under fMRI conditions by 12 normal subjects. Pooled complexed responses were contrasted against pooled neutral ones. The fMRI activation pattern of this generic 'complexed response' was very strong (corrected Z scores ranging from 4.90 to 5.69). The activation pattern in each hemisphere includes mirror neurone areas that track 'otherness' (perspectival empathy), anterior insula (both self-awareness and emotional empathy), and cingulated gyrus (self-awareness and conflict-monitoring). These are the sites described by Siegel and colleagues as the 'resonance circuitry' in the brain which is central to mindfulness (awareness of self) and empathy (sense of the other), negotiations between self awareness and the 'internal other'. But there is also an interhemispheric dialogue. Within 3 seconds, the left hemisphere over-rides the right (at least in our normal subjects). Mindfulness and empathy are central to good psychotherapy, and complexes can be windows of opportunity if left-brain hegemony is resisted. This study sets foundations for further research: (i) QEEG studies (with their finer temporal resolution) of complexed responses in normal subjects (ii) QEEG and fMRI studies of complexed responses in other conditions, like schizophrenia, PTSD, disorders of self organization. © 2013, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  2. Simulation and statistical analysis for the optimization of nitrogen liquefaction plant with cryogenic Claude cycle using process modeling tool: ASPEN HYSYS

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    Joshi, D.M.

    2017-01-01

    Cryogenic technology is used for liquefaction of many gases and it has several applications in food process engineering. Temperatures below 123 K are considered to be in the field of cryogenics. Extreme low temperatures are a basic need for many industrial processes and have several applications, such as superconductivity of magnets, space, medicine and gas industries. Several methods can be used to obtain the low temperatures required for liquefaction of gases. The process of cooling or refrigerating a gas to a temperature below its critical temperature so that liquid can be formed at some suitable pressure, which is below the critical pressure, is the basic liquefaction process. Different cryogenic cycle configurations are designed for getting the liquefied form of gases at different temperatures. Each of the cryogenic cycles like Linde cycle, Claude cycle, Kapitza cycle or modified Claude cycle has its own advantages and disadvantages. The placement of heat exchangers, Joule-Thompson valve and turboexpander decides the configuration of a cryogenic cycle. Each configuration has its own efficiency according to the application. Here, a nitrogen liquefaction plant is used for the analysis purpose. The process modeling tool ASPEN HYSYS can provide a software simulation approach before the actual implementation of the plant in the field. This paper presents the simulation and statistical analysis of the Claude cycle with the process modeling tool ASPEN HYSYS. It covers the technique used to optimize the liquefaction of the plant. The simulation results so obtained can be used as a reference for the design and optimization of the nitrogen liquefaction plant. Efficient liquefaction will give the best performance and productivity to the plant.

  3. Simulation and statistical analysis for the optimization of nitrogen liquefaction plant with cryogenic Claude cycle using process modeling tool: ASPEN HYSYS

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    Joshi, D. M.

    2017-09-01

    Cryogenic technology is used for liquefaction of many gases and it has several applications in food process engineering. Temperatures below 123 K are considered to be in the field of cryogenics. Extreme low temperatures are a basic need for many industrial processes and have several applications, such as superconductivity of magnets, space, medicine and gas industries. Several methods can be used to obtain the low temperatures required for liquefaction of gases. The process of cooling or refrigerating a gas to a temperature below its critical temperature so that liquid can be formed at some suitable pressure, which is below the critical pressure, is the basic liquefaction process. Different cryogenic cycle configurations are designed for getting the liquefied form of gases at different temperatures. Each of the cryogenic cycles like Linde cycle, Claude cycle, Kapitza cycle or modified Claude cycle has its own advantages and disadvantages. The placement of heat exchangers, Joule-Thompson valve and turboexpander decides the configuration of a cryogenic cycle. Each configuration has its own efficiency according to the application. Here, a nitrogen liquefaction plant is used for the analysis purpose. The process modeling tool ASPEN HYSYS can provide a software simulation approach before the actual implementation of the plant in the field. This paper presents the simulation and statistical analysis of the Claude cycle with the process modeling tool ASPEN HYSYS. It covers the technique used to optimize the liquefaction of the plant. The simulation results so obtained can be used as a reference for the design and optimization of the nitrogen liquefaction plant. Efficient liquefaction will give the best performance and productivity to the plant.

  4. “Dérives du poème”. La poétique dans l’oeuvre de Gaston Bachelard et le travail critique de Claude Esteban

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    Satenik Bagdasarova

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available Drawing on Claude Esteban’s essay “Dérives du poème”, this article offers a critical analysis of the conception of language underpinning the investment of the poetic act according to Bachelard. Published in Critique de la raison poétique in 1978 and typifying a 1980s critical approach, Esteban’s essay shows how Bachelard maintains and upholds the primacy of philosophy over poetics while at the same time claiming to surmount it. Through the prelinguistic union of words and things, and his investment of discourse in the word, Bachelard effectively reinforced the involvement of poetics in metaphysics, whereas his aim had been to disassociate the one from the other. In demonstrating the invalidity of conceiving the word as a category and model of speech – a move which leads, in Bachelard’s conception, to the annihilation of the subject’s empirical activity in language, to the advantage of Being – Claude Esteban highlights the necessity of interaction between poetics and linguistics. His questioning of those linguistic categories taken for granted by Bachelard aims in particular at the disassociation of poetics from myth, and at a corresponding move towards anthropology. This in turn allows us to reflect on the historic continuity of literary works and their capacity to shift social values.

  5. Jean Claude Risset’s Duet for One Pianist: Challenges of a Real-Time Performance Interaction with a Computer-Controlled Acoustic Piano 16 Years Later

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    Sofia Lourenço

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available This study aims to discuss the work Duet for one Pianist (1989 by the French composer Jean-Claude Risset (b. 13 March 1938 by analyzing the challenges of the music performance of this Computer-Aided Composition work Disklavier and implies Human-Computer Interaction performance. Extremely honored to perform the revised version of the 8 Sketches for One Pianist and Disklavier within a research project of CITAR and a new Sketch Reflections (2012 by Jean-Claude Risset dedicated to me in a World premiere in the closing ceremony of Black&White 2012 Film Festival promoted by the Catholic University of Portugal. Several issues on the performance of this work are analysed as a case-study, from the point of view of the performer, particularly the components of expressive performance in a real-time interaction between performer and computer. These components can work as analysis criteria of a piano interpretation, in here, of a pianist and Disklavier interpretation. 

  6. [Claude Bernard and the Comptes Rendus de la Société de Biologie: the movie of the physiological revolution by him who made it (1849-1878)].

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    Hainaut, Jean

    2009-01-01

    Claude Bernard presented most of his fundamental results to the Société de Biologie, including proof of the modulation of the nervous system by the internal micromilieu. However, he did not describe the principle of a stable internal milieu as a condition for free life. Physiology, which is a part of biology, was not founded on cellular biology. Rather, Claude Bernard considered chemistry, anatomy and histology as the necessary auxiliary sciences for physiology. His articles are direct pictures, and not isolated ones, despite possible limitations, from a pre-montage movie of the physiological revolution he thought he had initiated, but not finished.

  7. Freud's Therapeutic Mistake with Jung's Disclosure of Childhood Sexual Abuse: Narrative Lessons in the Do's and Don'ts of Validation.

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    Gasker, Janice

    1999-01-01

    Examines the life narratives of over 25 "victims" and "survivors" of sexual victimization, including that of Carl Jung, as revealed in his letters to Sigmund Freud. Looks at the devastating results of Freud's invalidating response. Discusses categories of successful therapeutic validation. (SR)

  8. Analytisch-psychologische conceptualisatie van het symbolische bij C.G. Jung : Onderzoek van het statuut daarvan in een bekend Westers esoterisch genootschap: de Vrijmetselarij

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    1999-01-01

    textabstractDe Analytische Psychologie en de Vrijmetselarij zijn twee relatief onbekende fenomenen. Dit proefschrift onderzoekt of de symbolen, riten en mythen van de Vrijmetselarij verklaard kunnen worden vanuit de Analytische Psychologie van Carl Gustav Jung. "Symbolen, riten en mythen noemen we

  9. Synchronicité le rapport entre physique et psyché de Pauli et Jung à Chopra

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    Teodorani, Massimo

    2015-01-01

    De mystérieux événements synchrones semblent parsemer nos vies. Tandis qu'une pensée affleure, un fait, qui renferme toujours un sens profond dont le but est de conduire nos vies vers leur destin, se produit à l'improviste, dans un synchronisme parfait. L'objectif de ce livre est de démontrer que le phénomène de la « synchronicité » est depuis longtemps étudié, en particulier par les physiciens quantiques. Ces recherches plongent leurs racines dans l'alliance durable et harmonieuse entre le grand psychologue analytique Carl Gustav Jung et le physicien quantique Wolfgang Pauli.

  10. Marguerite Duras/Claude Régy: L’Amante Anglaise, the genesis of a text, the gestation of a theatre

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    Almuth Grésillon

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available This article focuses on the genesis of the first staging of Margerite Duras’s L’Amante Anglaise, by Claude Régy, a well succeeded genesis, carried out based on the interplay between dramaturgy and the stage. Without any satisfying answer, we are facing an important theoretical issue of genetic criticism applied to theatre: is the work a dramatic text or a spectacle? Depending on the stress on the first or on the second answer, the organizing axis of the genetic dossier can be the author’s writing and all stagings of L’Amante Anglaise,forming a theoretically unified set; or the director’s notes and all of his creations. This study explores a third possibility, stipulating the indispensable intersection between both hypotheses.

  11. An Invisible Man (Ralph Ellison reincarnates in Manchild in the Promised Land (Claude Brown and becomes Shadows of Your Black Memory (Donato Ndongo

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    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available Ralph Ellison’s allegorical journey in Invisible Man (1994 launched a new era in African-American culture and Black literacy for the entire world in 1952. In 1965, Ellison’s tragic, Diasporic hero appears to have experienced a reincarnation in the epic of Manchild in the Promised Land (1999 by Claude Brown. Currently, lingering in the caverns of Shadows of Your Black Memory (2007, past and present, Donato Ndongo’s tragic, Diasporic hero (of Equatorial Guinean heritage prompts us to relive the course of colonialism and neocolonialism ‘of the mind’ in this…. the new millennium. This paper addresses the trilogy of resistance writing in Ellison’s Invisible Man, Brown’s Manchild in the Promised Land, and Ndongo’s Shadows of Your Black Memory. The experiences of the writers, political issues illustrated, and the impact upon the Black literary landscape (universal will be explored.

  12. Cultura e natureza: a viagem e o turismo como necessidades humanas

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    Silvio Lima Figueiredo

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    Full Text Available O artigo analisa os conceitos e práticas da viagem e do turismo baseado nas discussões sobre as características do fenômeno e de sua gênese. A viagem é então entendida a partir dos estudos da natureza e da cultura e como essas duas categorias se relacionam entre si, de acordo com os estudos antropológicos de Malinowski, Claude Levi-Strauss e Clifford Geertz. É evidenciada a interpretação da viagem como universal cultural, no entanto, nao se pode entendê-la como um aspecto da “natureza humana”. O turismo é entendido como um tipo de viagem cuja origem e características surgiram no mundo moderno.

  13. Die gebruik van die mite in Die werfbobbejaan van Alexander Strachan

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    Full Text Available The use of myths in Die werfbobbejaan by Alexander Strachan This article focuses on the rote of Zulu myths in Alexander Strachan’s novel Die werfbobbejaan. It lakes as point of departure sources on mythology like Cuddon (1991, Baldick (1990, Grimal (1969, Levi-Strauss (1979 and Jung (1969. Die werfbobbejaan essentially recounts the story of a man (the adventurer, the academic, the writer, the hunter who also is the central character in Strachan's two preceding novels. Die werfbobbejaan focuses on the completion of an individuation process in the life of the central character, a process already begun in the preceding two novels and which in this novel finally culminates in the confrontation between hunter and baboon. The completion of this process is facilitated by the African milieu of Zululand where people give meaning to their existence by means of myths, and where no distinction is made between the mythic and rational modes of experiencing reality.

  14. O DELÍRIO SEGUNDO FREUD E JUNG: APORTES RECÍPROCOS E DISTINÇÕES

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    2011-07-01

    Full Text Available Seria leviano desconsiderar que o debate travado entre Freud e Jung agregou valor à trajetória científica de ambos, mesmo em considerando a ruptura que definiria destinos diferentes para suas respectivas teorias. Os encontros e desencontros entre eles é analisado, com rigor e engenho crítico, por Felipe Jesuíno. Sigmund Freud, ao descobrir a realidade do inconsciente de seus pacientes, foi levado, também, a interessar-se por seu próprio inconsciente; dessa empreitada, surgiu a obra fundadora da psicanálise: A interpretação dos Sonhos. Esta, por sua vez, fundaria tanto uma nova teoria acerca da alma humana, como também um novo método de tratamento das neuroses, a Psicanálise - baseada na associação livre e na atenção flutuante, rompendo, assim, em definitivo, com as técnicas da psicoterapia alicerçada nos métodos sugestivos, sobretudo o hipnótico. Mesmo diante das grandes resistências ou da indiferença do meio científico a essa nova contribuição, não tardou que alguns eminentes estudiosos se acercassem de Freud, tal o interesse em torno dos ainda enigmáticos processos inconscientes. Tal foi o caso de Jung, que veio se juntar a Freud nos primórdios da criação do movimento psicanalítico, sendo acolhido por este com grande entusiasmo e com a esperança de que aquele seria de fundamental importância para que se fizesse a distinção entre a Psicanálise e o Judaísmo, pois Jung não era Judeu, ao contrário de muitos outros dos seus primeiros colaboradores. A partir de então, muitos foram os encontros, os estudos, a profícua correspondência ocorrido entre ambos, culminando inclusive com a viagem histórica que Jung acompanharia Freud aos Estados Unidos da América, onde este anunciou que viera trazer à peste à comunidade acadêmica americana, termo pelo que designou à sua descoberta. Um dos grandes temas de maior colaboração entre ambos foi o das psicoses, na época chamadas por Freud de neuroses narc

  15. Imaginário religioso: o simbolismo do herói à luz de Joseph Campbell e Carl Gustav Jung. 2011.

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    Full Text Available DISSERTAÇÃO DE MESTRADOMATTOS, Solange Missagia. Imaginário religioso: o simbolismo do herói à luz de Joseph Campbell e Carl Gustav Jung. 2011. 115 folhas. Dissertação (Mestrado – Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais, Programa de Pós-graduação em Ciências da Religião, Belo Horizonte.

  16. Carl gustav jung, quantum physics and the spiritual mind: a mystical vision of the twenty-first century.

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    Valadas Ponte, Diogo; Schäfer, Lothar

    2013-12-01

    We describe similarities in the ontology of quantum physics and of Carl Gustav Jung's psychology. In spite of the fact that physics and psychology are usually considered as unrelated, in the last century, both of these disciplines have led at the same time to revolutionary changes in the Western understanding of the cosmic order, discovering a non-empirical realm of the universe that doesn't consist of material things but of forms. These forms are real, even though they are invisible, because they have the potential to appear in the empirical world and act in it. We present arguments that force us to believe, that the empirical world is an emanation out of a cosmic realm of potentiality, whose forms can appear as physical structures in the external world and as archetypal concepts in our mind. Accordingly, the evolution of life now appears no longer as a process of the adaptation of species to their environment, but as the adaptation of minds to increasingly complex forms that exist in the cosmic potentiality. The cosmic connection means that the human mind is a mystical mind.

  17. An existential criterion of normal and abnormal personality in the works of Carl Jung and Carl Rogers

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    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available This article is the third in a series of four articles scheduled for publication in this journal. In the first article (Kapustin, 2015a I proposed a description of a new so-called existential criterion of normal and abnormal personality that is implicitly present in the works of Erich Fromm. According to this criterion, normal and abnormal personalities are determined, first, by special features of the content of their position regarding existential dichotomies that are natural to human beings and, second, by particular aspects of the formation of this position. Such dichotomies, entitatively existent in all human life, are inherent, two-alternative contradictions. The position of a normal personality in its content orients a person toward a contradictious predetermination of life in the form of existential dichotomies and necessitates a search for compromise in resolving these dichotomies. This position is created on a rational basis with the person’s active participation. The position of an abnormal personality in its content subjectively denies a contradictious predetermination of life in the form of existential dichotomies and orients a person toward a consistent, noncompetitive, and, as a consequence, onesided way of life that doesn’t include self-determination. This position is imposed by other people on an irrational basis. Abnormality of personality interpreted like that is one of the most important factors influencing the development of various kinds of psychological problems and mental disorders — primarily, neurosis. In the second article (Kapustin, 2015b I showed that this criterion is also implicitly present in the personality theories of Sigmund Freud and Alfred Adler, although in more specific cases. In the current work I prove that this criterion is also present in the personality theories of Carl Jung and Carl Rogers, where it is implicitly stated in a more specific way. In the final article I will show that this criterion

  18. Claude Bernard Distinguished Lecture. Becoming a truly helpful teacher: considerably more challenging, and potentially more fun, than merely doing business as usual.

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    Jason, Hilliard

    2007-12-01

    Few medical faculty members are adequately prepared for their instructional responsibilities. Our educational traditions were established before we had research-based understandings of the teaching-learning process and before brain research began informing our understandings of how humans achieve lasting learning. Yet, there are several advantages you may have. If your expertise is at one of the frontiers of human biology, your teaching can be inherently fascinating to aspiring health professionals. If your work has implications for human health, you have another potential basis for engaging future clinicians. And, thanks to Claude Bernard's influence, you likely are "process oriented," a necessary mindset for being an effective teacher. There are also challenges you may face. Your medical students will mostly become clinicians. Unless you can help them see connections between your offerings and their future work, you may not capture and sustain their interest. To be effective, teachers, like clinicians, need to be interactive, make on-the-spot decisions, and be "emotional literate." If you aren't comfortable with these demands, you may have work to do toward becoming a truly helpful teacher. Program changes may be needed. Might your program need to change 1) from being adversarial and controlling to being supportive and trust based or 2) from mainly dispensing information to mainly asking and inviting questions? In conclusion, making changes toward becoming a truly helpful teacher can bring benefits to your students while increasing your sense of satisfaction and fulfillment as a teacher. If you choose to change, be gentle with yourself, as you should be when expecting your students to make important changes.

  19. Assessment of the governance system for the management of the East Sea-Jung dumping site, Korea through analysis of heavy metal concentrations in bottom sediments

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    Song, Ki-Hoon; Choi, Ki-Young; Kim, Chang-Joon; Kim, Young-Il; Chung, Chang-Soo

    2015-12-01

    As with many countries, the Korea government has made a variety of efforts to meet the precautionary principle under the London Convention and Protocol acceded in 1994 and 2009. However, new strategies for the suitable marine dumping of waste materials have since been developed. In this study, the distribution and contamination of heavy metals including Al, Fe, Mn, Li, Co, Cr, Ni, Cu, Zn, As, Cd, Pb and Hg in bottom sediments were analyzed and compared to various criteria in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the management of the East Sea-Jung (ES-Jung) dumping site by the Korea government. The results indicate that the average metal concentrations were significantly lower than Effects Range Low (ERL) values, and generally similar to or lower than the Threshold Effect Levels (TEL) from the Sediment Quality Guidelinces (SQGs). According to analyses of various metal contamination indexes (Enrichment Factor: EF, Pollution Load Index: PLI and the Index of Geoaccumulation: Igeo), most areas were found to be uncontaminated by heavy metals with the exception of several moderately contaminated stations (ESJ 33, 54, 64 and ESJR 20). Heavy metal concentrations in areas grouped as G1, G2, DMDA, N-Ref and S-Ref which showed similar characteristics between 2007-2013 and 2014, were compared. Unexpectedly, most concentrations in the northern reference area (N-Ref) were much higher than those in the actual dumping areas (G1 and G2), may be due to the influences from nearby cities to the west of the ES-Jung site, rather than from the dumping site itself. Additionally, heavy metal concentrations in the dredged material dumping area (DMDA) were found to be low although they have slightly increased over time and those in the southern reference area (S-Ref) were found to have gradually decreased with year. The concentrations of most metals in the East Sea-Jung dumping site were similar to or less than those in the Earth's crust and approximately the same as those in continental

  20. El libro como soporte de la experiencia visionaria en las profecías iluminadas de William Blake y el Libro Rojo de Carl Gustav Jung

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    Daniela Picón Bruno

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    Full Text Available En este artículo reflexionamos sobre dos obras pertenecientes al mundo moderno y contemporáneo en las que el manuscrito iluminado es utilizado como soporte de registro de la experiencia visionaria: los Libros Proféticos Iluminados de William Blake (1757-1827 y el Libro Rojo de Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961. Estos autores consideraron el manuscrito iluminado como un formato más auténtico para la transmisión de sus visiones, ya que permitía superar la dimensión puramente estética del arte y convocar una síntesis entre la materia y el espíritu propio del pensamiento simbólico del neoplatonismo del siglo xii europeo. Desde esta perspectiva, indagamos en el carácter altamente espiritual que Blake y Jung confirieron a la creación artística y a la materialidad del libro como soporte de escritura y de lectura, estableciendo algunas correspondencias con las nuevas concepciones sobre el arte elaboradas en el contexto de las vanguardias europeas del siglo xx.

  1. A Fragment on the Emotion, “Mathesis” and Time Dimension of the Purely Musical. Marginalia with Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun by Claude Debussy

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    Tijana Popović Mladjenović

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available In the dialogue What Is Music? between Carl Dahlhaus and Hans Heinrich Eggebrecht, music is defined as a “mathematized emotion” or an “emotionalized ‘mathesis’”. As emphasized by Marija Bergamo, this is the way of underlining its equal and unavoidable constitution, based on emotion and rational organization in the time dimension. So, Marija Bergamo is continuously searching for those music determinants in a musical work as an “autonomous aesthetic fact”, whose base and real essence lie “within the nature and essence of music itself”. In other words, the starting point of the author’s concern with (art music is her reflection on that which is “purely musical”, that is, on “the very nature of the musical”.The attempts to determine what the purely musical is and to understand the nature of the sense and inevitability of man’s musical dimension have been made since the beginnings of music and musical thinking. In that context, more recent knowledge and thinking about the phenomenon of music, which are derived from various disciplines, correspond closely to Marija Bergamo’s views. In a narrower sense, the notion of purely musical is closely related to aesthetic autonomy, that is, autonomous music or musical autonomy. From such a viewpoint – and in conformity with Marija Bergamo’s view – I would say that the purely musical in an art music work exists independently of non/autonomy (that is, independently of any function, except an aesthetic one, as well as independently of the origin of its content (musical or extra-musical, and that it always, whenever “one thinks in the sense of music and is seized by it” (in terms of emotion, mathesis and time, creates, brings and possesses its specific (non-conceptual perceptive musical-semantic stratum. This is shown, at least partly, on a characteristic and (in many respects paradigmatic example – the music of Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun by Claude Debussy

  2. Wozu Junge Rechtshistoriker?

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    Full Text Available The Forum of Young Legal Historians came together in Budapest this year, being inaugurated by high political and clerical dignitaries and accompanied by an impressive cultural program. Following the motto »A new Europe and its Traditions. Ius privatum – ius publicum – ius canonicum« several interesting papers were given, but mostly contributors seemed eager to examine traditions rather than anything »new«. Very traditional, indeed, the entire style of research: To »prove« and »preserve« the past was the intention of many papers given. Legal historical research presents itself, as much with the young as with the old, as both timeless and lost in time, ignoring the fact that anything happening – meaning also research – is happening in present times. More of this presence of mind would be of great help for legal history. One way of gaining this presence could be through modern social theory – a way worth being tried by young legal historians.

  3. Sons & Lumieres / Ivar Jung

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    Näitus "Hääl ja valgus" Pariisi Pompidou keskuses 22. IX 2004-3. I 2005. Väljas on 99 kunstniku (Paul Klee, Frantishek Kupka, Vassili Kandinsky, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Raoul Hausmann, Bill Viola, Robert Rauschenberg, Joseph Beuys, Rodney Graham jne.) tööd ajavahemikust 1910-2004. Kuraatorid Sophie Duplaix ja Marcella Lista

  4. MEDIAÇÃO CIENTÍFICA EM MUSEUS DE CIÊNCIA E TECNOLOGIA: abordagem acerca da coleção de instrumentos científicos de Claude Henri Gorceix

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    Carlos Augusto Ribeiro Jotta

    2015-12-01

    Full Text Available Trata-se de um estudo de caso sobre a coleção de instrumentos científicos de Claude Henri Gorceix, fundador da Escola de Minas de Ouro Preto, onde se localiza o Museu de Ciência e Técnica da Escola de Minas da UFOP. Esse trabalho objetiva desenvolver um estudo e análise do papel da Gestão da Informação acerca da coleção elencada para identificar as estratégias de mediação científica no Museu e sua relação com a comunicação museológica. Por meio da análise de três categorias função,significado e contexto museológico sobre os objetos da coleção serão reunidas as informações e sistematizadas, com o objetivo de contribuir para as estratégias de mediação cientifica empregada na exposição dessa coleção. A análise das informações mapeadas aponta que a mediação científica a ser empregada na coleção de Claude Henri Gorceix poderá abarcar outros aspectos sobre os instrumentos científicos.

  5. A revolution of the mind: some implications of George Hogenson's 'The Baldwin Effect: a neglected influence on C.G. Jung's evolutionary thinking' (2001).

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    Colman, Warren

    2015-09-01

    George Hogenson's 2001 paper 'The Baldwin Effect: a neglected influence on C.G. Jung's evolutionary thinking' developed the radical argument that, if archetypes are emergent, they 'do not exist in the sense that there is no place that the archetypes can be said to be'. In this paper, I show how Hogenson's thinking has been seminal to my own: it is not just archetypes but the mind itself that has no 'place'. The mind is a dynamic system, emergent from the cultural environment of symbolic meanings to which humans are evolutionarily adapted. Drawing on the work of philosopher John Searle, I argue that symbols constitute the realities that they bring forth, including the imaginal realities of the psyche. The implications for clinical work include a rejection of structural models of the psyche in favour of the emergence of symbolic realities in the context of psychoanalysis as a distributed system of cognition. © 2015, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  6. Rezension von: Karin Schwiter: Lebensentwürfe. Junge Erwachsene im Spannungsfeld zwischen Individualität und Geschlechternormen. Frankfurt am Main u.a.: Campus Verlag 2011.

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    Heike Kahlert

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available Karin Schwiter untersucht in der vorliegenden Studie, wie junge Erwachsene über ihre Zukunftspläne sprechen und welche Vorstellungen bezüglich ihrer Zukunft sie dabei entwerfen. Die Untersuchung zeichnet sich gegenüber älteren Forschungen zu diesem Thema unter anderem aus durch einen Geschlechtervergleich, die raumzeitliche Fokussierung auf die Deutschschweiz sowie ein diskursanalytisches Vorgehen in Anlehnung an Foucault. Das Ergebnis ist ein anregendes Buch, in dem die Autorin auf der Basis der Erzählungen von 24 jungen Frauen und Männern gesellschaftstheoretische Deutungen und Ausblicke entwickelt. Diese belegen, wie sich neoliberale Ideen von Individualität und fortbestehende Geschlechternormen miteinander so verschränken, dass Thematisierungen geschlechtlicher Ungleichheit kaum mehr möglich scheinen.

  7. Os tipos psicológicos na psicologia analítica de Carl Gustav Jung e o inventário de personalidade “Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI”: contribuições para a psicologia educacional, organizacional e clínica/The psychological types in analytical psychology of Carl Gustav Jung and the inventory of personality “Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI”: contributions for the educational, organizational and clinical psychology

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    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available O texto apresenta os princípios da Teoria dos Tipos Psicológicos, a mais conhecida face da Psicologia Analítica do psicólogo e psiquiatra suíço Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961, bem como os fundamentos do Inventário de Personalidade “Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI”, constituído a partir da tipologia junguiana, e que vem sendo cada vez mais utilizado nos campos da Psicologia Educacional, Organizacional e Clínica. The text presents the principles of the Theory of Psychological Types, the most known face of the Analytical Psychology of the Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961, as well as the fundamentals of the Inventory of Personality “Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI”, constituted from the Jungian typology, and which has been more used nowadays by Educational, Organizational and Clinical Psychology.

  8. Bion and C.G. Jung. How did the container-contained model find its thinker? The fate of a cryptomnesia.

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    Maier, Christian

    2016-04-01

    This paper investigates the possible impact of C.G. Jung's Tavistock Lectures on Bion's concept of the living container. In the first part of the paper, the author offers clues pointing to such an essential impact, which can be found in text passages as well as in the facts of the Bion-Beckett case, up to and including Bion's first publication of 'The imaginary twin'. The author suggests that cryptomnesia is the result of repression targeting a highly cathected author's communication which functions like a deep interpretation for the recipient, whose new theory then is a return of the repressed content as well as a transformation of it. The second part of the paper investigates the fate of the assumed cryptomnesia. From this point of view Bion's concept of the container in itself appears to be the result of growth in the container-contained mode. Finally the author deals with the question whether cryptomnesia in psychoanalytical literature can frequently be seen as the result of psychic growth. © 2016, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  9. Ethnographic: out of print and into the exhibition space = La imagen etnográfica: dentro y fuera del espacio expositivo

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    Elisa de Souza Martinez

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    Full Text Available In La Triennale 2012 - Intense Proximité, curator Okwui Enwezor describes his activity as that of ethnographer, combining «images of reality and models of examining reality». Thus, he proposes a journey that starts with the exhibited works and goes beyond the field of art. Among them is a set of drawings and photographs produced by Claude Levi-Strauss in the course of fieldwork in Brazil in 1935. The displacement proposed by the ethnographer’s photographs documents in ethnological interpretations, direct one’s gaze to distant lands, as well as ancient times. From the images, the ethnographer’s presence relates to a book, Tristes Tropiques, in which displacement unfolds in references to his predecessor, Guido Boggiani, and his successor, Darcy Ribeiro. The duality of approximating-distancing, a central movement in curatorial discourse, opens a way to seeing the ethnographic image as framing both a subject and its viewer.En la Triennale 2012 - Intense Proximité, el comisario Okwui Enwezor describe su actividad como etnógrafo, combinado «imágenes de la realidad y modelos de examen de la realidad». Así, propone un viaje que se inicia con las obras expuestas y va más allá del campo del arte. Entre esas obras se encuentra un conjunto de dibujos y fotografías realizadas por Claude Levi-Strauss en el transcurso de su trabajo de campo en Brasil en 1935. El desplazamiento propuesto por las fotografías y documentos del etnógrafo en las interpretaciones etnológicas, dirigen la mirada a tierras distantes, así como a tiempos antiguos. A partir de las imágenes, la presencia del etnógrafo se relaciona con el libro Tristes Tropiques, en el cual el desplazamiento se despliega en referencias a su predecesor, Guido Boggiani, y a su sucesor, Darcy Ribeiro. La dualidad proximidad-distanciamiento, un movimiento fundamental dentro de su discurso expositivo, conforma una nueva manera de ver la imagen etnográfica que es tanto

  10. BIOTECHNOLOGICAL APPROACHES FOR CONSERVATION OF THE ENDANGERED SPECIES Crambe koktebelica (JUNGE N. BUSCH AND EFFECT OF ASEPTIC IN VITRO CULTIVATION ON ITS BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES

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    Full Text Available The aim of the study was to establish efficient protocols of seed surface sterilization with further multiplication in vitro for threatened species Crambe koktebelica (Junge N. Busch and to show the effect of biotechnological approach (in vitro cultivation of biodiversity conservation on plants biochemical properties. Seed surface sterilization was carried out according to the original method with further microclonal multiplication of aseptic sprouts from lateral buds on the Murashige and Skoog (MS medium supplemented with different concentrations of growth regulators. Fatty acid content was determined using Gas chromatography-mass spectrophotometry of fatty acid ethers. Antioxidant activity was determined using 2.2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl radical scavenging method. Total soluble protein content was measured using Bradford method and polyfructan content determination was based upon ketosugars ability to color in the acidic environment with resorcinol. Plants that were grown under in vitro and in vivo conditions and seeds were used in this research. Efficient protocol of surface sterilization that resulted in 45% of aseptic seed material 50% of which has sprouted was elaborated for C. koktebelica as well as fast microclonal multiplication methods that provided with up to 5.25 ± 0.50 new formed plantlets from 1 lateral bud (on the MS medium that contained 1 mg/L of 6-benzylaminopurine. It was also shown that aseptic cultivation benefits to saturated fatty acid accumulation and increases protein content but on the other hand it reduces unsaturated fatty acid amount and polyfructan content as well as antioxidant activity of plant material. Obtained data confirms the prospect of biotechnology approach to biodiversity conservation and suggest the necessity of father in vitro cultivation effect on biochemical composition of plant study.

  11. El espejo televisivo de Claude. Estética, ciencia y ficción en Black Mirror / Claude’s Television Mirror. Aesthetic, Science and Fiction in Black Mirror

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    Laura García Pousa

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    Full Text Available A través del estudio de la primera temporada de la serie televisiva Black Mirror (Charlie Brooker/ Zeppotron, 2011- exploramos una tipología de ficción contemporánea que, desde su particular e identificable definición británica, crece en modos y se expande convirtiéndose en un nuevo referente de creación audiovisual internacional. Asimilados los límites dramáticos y estéticos de la era del drama y de la post-televisión, y superada la vinculación cine / videoarte, televisión / publicidad, Black Mirror adopta una perspectiva cultural del progreso científico y tecnológico que determina su drama. El análisis específico de sus tres dispares capítulos –«TheNational Anthem», «Fifteen Million Merits» y «The Entire History of You»– nos llevará por un camino comparativo con el objetivo de identificar su valor narrativo y su aportación artística, desde una metafórica vinculación conceptual con el espejo oscuro y el clasicismo pictórico de Claude Lorrain.Palabras clave: Black Mirror, ciencia, ficción, drama, televisión, pantallas, realidad virtual, futuro, «The National Anthem», «Fifteen Million Merits», «The Entire History of You».AbstractThrough the study of the first season of the TV series Black Mirror (Charlie Brooker / Zeppotron,2011- we explore a typology of contemporary fiction that develops from its particular and identifiably British definition into a new referent for international audiovisual creations. Assuming both the dramatic and aesthetic boundaries of the era of drama and of post-television, and the established connections between film / video-art, television / publicity, the plot of Black Mirror is determined by its adoption of a culturally-specific perspective on scientific and technological progress. Beginning with a metaphorical conceptual link to the [notion of the]dark mirror and the pictorial classicism of Claude Lorrain, this comparative analysis of its three disparate episodes

  12. Euro on teel / Ivar Jung

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    Jung, Ivar

    2005-01-01

    Reet Varblase kureeritud näitus "Oma raha" Tallinna Kunstihoone galeriis 12. XI-4. XII. Gints Gabransi videotest, Jaan Jaanisoo masin-installatsioonist, Siim-Tanel Annuse tööst. 2. XII galeriis toimunud kunstnike, kultuurihuviliste ja rahamaailma esindajate (Eesti Panga asepresident Rein Minka, endine president Vahur Kraft, rahandusministri nõuniku kt Veiko Valkiainen) kohtumisest

  13. Jung und Alt im Dialog

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    Caroline Baetge

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Rezension zu: Kupser, Thomas, und Ida Pöttinger, Hrsg. 2011. Mediale Brücken: Generationen im Dialog durch aktive Medienarbeit. Gesellschaft - Altern - Medien 3. München: kopaed.

  14. When We Eat What We Eat: Classifying Crispy Foods in Malaysian Tamil Cuisine

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    Theresa W. Devasahayam

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    Full Text Available This paper examines the gastronomic rules that determine when and why “crispy foods” are eaten within the Tamil community of Malaysia. Based on ethnographic fieldwork of twenty-five Tamil Hindu families living in the Klang Valley of Peninsular Malaysia, everyday and festive culinary life reveal foods that are classified into categories of ‘crispy” and “soft/wet”. Situation and context determine the kind of “crispy” foods consumed. While savoury crispy foods are reserved for meals, a mixture of the savoury and sweet are eaten as snacks. I draw upon the observations of Claude Levi-Strauss, Mary Douglas and Michael Nicod to examine the processes of defining the inclusion and exclusion of particular “crispy” foods at meals and as snacks. My conclusion focuses on the textural composition of these foods, which highlights the “playful” dimension of eating and, hence, what is termed as “crispy” foods are not treated as “real” food.

  15. Hulot, Jean-Claude / Pierre Gervasoni

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    Uuest heliplaadist "Searching for Roots. Eduard Tubin: Symphonie no 11; Arvo Pärt: Nekrolog-Symphonie no 1; Erkki-Sven Tüür: Searching for Roots - Insula deserta - Zeitraum; Orchestre philharmonique royal de Stockholm, Paavo Järvi (direction); Virgin Classics 5 45212 2 (distribue par EMI)

  16. Inconsciente coletivo no conhecimento de contabilidade de custos: uma abordagem a partir da Psicologia Analítica de Jung e os métodos de custeio variável e por absorção

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    Thiago Bruno de Jesus Silva; Luis Antonio Lay; Edgar Pamplona; Vinícius Costa da Silva Zonatto

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    O objetivo do estudo foi analisar o inconsciente de diferentes grupos de alunos quanto a aceitação dos métodos de custeio variável e por absorção, fundamentando-se na teoria de psicologia analítica desenvolvida por Jung (1936) sobre arquétipos e inconsciente coletivo. A pesquisa foi realizada com discentes de Ciências Contábeis de uma universidade baiana e outra catarinense em uma amostra de 150 respondentes. Utilizou-se os procedimentos estatísticos do teste de comparação de médias e análise...

  17. Technology: Making the Connections. Innovations in the Apparel Industry. Resources in Technology.

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    Threlfall, K. Denise

    1996-01-01

    Describes the partnership between Levi Strauss & Co., the largest brand-name apparel manufacturer in the world, and Custom Clothing Technology, the developer of software to customize jeans for female customers. (JOW)

  18. Os Tipos Psicológicos Na Psicologia Analítica De Carl Gustav Jung E O Inventário De Personalidade “myers-briggs Type Indicator (mbti)”: Contribuições Para A Psicologia Educacional, Organizacional E Clínicathe Psychological Types In Analytical Psychology O

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    O texto apresenta os princípios da Teoria dos Tipos Psicológicos, a mais conhecida face da Psicologia Analítica do psicólogo e psiquiatra suíço Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961), bem como os fundamentos do Inventário de Personalidade “Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)”, constituído a partir da tipologia junguiana, e que vem sendo cada vez mais utilizado nos campos da Psicologia Educacional, Organizacional e Clínica. Palavras-chave Psicologia analítica; Teorias da personalidade; Tipos psicol...

  19. El individuo en el cambio: la transformación de las relaciones bilaterales entre la República de Corea y la República Popular Democrática de Corea, bajo la figura del presidente surcoreano Kim Dae-Jung

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    Perilla Moreno, Jairo Andrés

    2017-01-01

    Este artículo busca interpretar el proceso mediante el cual las ideas y presupuestos políticos y sociales del expresidente surcoreano Kim Dae-Jung, permitieron una transformación significativa de las relaciones bilaterales entre Corea del Sur y Corea del Norte, durante su periodo presidencial entre los años 1998 y 2003. Inicialmente, dichas relaciones estuvieron caracterizadas por una incesante tensión militar como resultado de la Guerra de Corea, escenario dentro del cual apareció la figura ...

  20. Perspectivism of the esthetic method

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    Zurovac Mirko

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available The author begins his paper with the assertion that there is not even one thing in this world that is so ordinary and simple as to have only one and unique sense, and therefore concluding that the discovery of perspective must have been based on such insights. This discovery was epoch-making, indicating a new way of thinking and man's new relationship with the world: it shows that one cannot view one's own life from a perspective which goes beyond one's immediate life experience and that the opportunity of perspectival interpretation of the matter is all that remains to one. Arguing for this assertion, the author states a series of names - Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche Husserl, Jaspers, Heidegger, Sartre, T. Mann,M. Proust,M. Blanchot,W. Benjamin, A. Einstein and P. Feyerabend - and interprets their attitudes in that light. But if things stand like this considering the being of things which are poor in terms of form and meaning, then what sort of difficulties should human thinking deal with when in contact with cultural formations which are composed of multiple and most diverse elements and tendencies? With this respect, the author also states and interprets the attitudes of a number of theorists - Sapir, Saussure, Louis Althusser,W. Heisenberg, Michel Foucault, Claude Levi-Strauss, Ihab Hassan, E. Benveniste, P. Sloterdijkin order to show that the subject of cultural analysis is not determined in advance but is a product of research work itself. Research on art works is not an exception to this general rule: in their material existence, art works are always open to new interpretations. This tendency of modern opinion is so radicalised by postmodernists that the facts are completely subordinated to the method. Therefore, the author suggests that the pluralistic relationship to art should be preserved and fostered as an advantage inherited from the distant past and not as further experience of thinkers who regard themselves as postmodernists.

  1. A multi-disciplinary approach to the origins of music: perspectives from anthropology, archaeology, cognition and behaviour.

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    Morley, Iain

    2014-01-01

    Archaeological evidence for musical activities pre-dates even the earliest-known cave art and it remains the case that no human culture has yet been encountered that does not practise some recognisably musical activity. Yet the human abilities to make and appreciate music have been described as "amongst the most mysterious with which [we are] endowed" (Charles Darwin, 1872) and music itself as "the supreme mystery of the science of man" (Claude Levi-Strauss, 1970). Like language, music has been the subject of keen investigation across a great diversity of fields, from neuroscience and psychology, to ethnography, to studies of its structures in its own dedicated field, musicology; unlike the evolution of human language abilities, it is only recently that the origins of musical capacities have begun to receive dedicated attention. It is increasingly clear that human musical abilities are fundamentally related to other important human abilities, yet much remains mysterious about this ubiquitous human phenomenon, not least its prehistoric origins. It is evident that no single field of investigation can address the wide range of issues relevant to answering the question of music's origins. This review brings together evidence from a wide range of anthropological and human sciences, including palaeoanthropology, archaeology, neuroscience, primatology and developmental psychology, in an attempt to elucidate the nature of the foundations of music, how they have evolved, and how they are related to capabilities underlying other important human behaviours. It is proposed that at their most fundamental level musical behaviours (including both vocalisation and dance) are forms of deliberate metrically-organised gesture, and constitute a specialised use of systems dedicated to the expression and comprehension of social and emotional information between individuals. The abilities underlying these behaviours are selectively advantageous themselves; in addition, various mechanisms

  2. Inconsciente coletivo no conhecimento de contabilidade de custos: uma abordagem a partir da Psicologia Analítica de Jung e os métodos de custeio variável e por absorção

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    Thiago Bruno de Jesus Silva

    2015-10-01

    Full Text Available O objetivo do estudo foi analisar o inconsciente de diferentes grupos de alunos quanto a aceitação dos métodos de custeio variável e por absorção, fundamentando-se na teoria de psicologia analítica desenvolvida por Jung (1936 sobre arquétipos e inconsciente coletivo. A pesquisa foi realizada com discentes de Ciências Contábeis de uma universidade baiana e outra catarinense em uma amostra de 150 respondentes. Utilizou-se os procedimentos estatísticos do teste de comparação de médias e análise descritiva dos dados para a realização das inferências sob o objeto de estudo. Os resultados indicam que os estudantes mudam a postura e tendem a apresentar uma maior aderência às concepções teóricas do custeio variável para fins gerenciais, após cursarem a disciplina de contabilidade de custos. Esta mudança não ocorre no grupo de alunos que possui experiência profissional na área contábil, o que sugere a existência de um tipo específico de inconsciente coletivo relacionado ao uso de sistemas de contabilidade baseados na contabilidade financeira. Verificou-se que os estudantes não possuem clara definição das diferenças existentes entre os métodos de custeio variável e por absorção, uma vez que a maioria dos participantes da pesquisa considera o custeio por absorção importante para a tomada de decisões, além de afirmarem que existe pouca diferença entre estes métodos. A falta de profundidade no ensino dos conteúdos desta disciplina pode ser um fator que explique por que os discentes não claramente discriminam as diferenças entre a utilização de ambos os métodos para fins gerenciais, bem como os aspectos financeiros e gerenciais da contabilidade.

  3. Darbo metu susenėjusių ir po suvirinimo termiškai apdorotų plieno 5 % Cr-0,5 % Mo virintinių jungčių struktūra ir savybės

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    Vigantas KUMŠLYTIS

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available Straipsnyje nagrinėjamos suvirintos ir termiškai apdorotos chromo ir molibdeno (5 % Cr – 0,5 % Mo grupės plieno vamzdžių jungtys. Taip pat pateikiami ir palyginami ilgą laiką aukštoje temperatūroje eksploatuoto ir naujo chromo ir molibdeno plieno vamzdžio struktūra ir mechaninių savybių tyrimai. Eksploatuoto metalo tyrimams buvo panaudotas 530 °C temperatūroje 100 000 valandų dirbęs plieninis vamzdis. Tyrimais siekiama nustatyti 5 % Cr – 0,5% Mo grupės plienų suvirintųjų jungčių mechaninių savybių ir terminio apdorojimo parametrų tarpusavio priklausomybes. Atlikti suvirintų bandinių struktūros radiografiniai, mechaninių savybių, lūžių analizės ir mikrostruktūrų tyrimai. Nustatyta, kad chromo ir molibdeno plienų virintinių jungčių vidiniams įtempiams mažinti turi būti taikomas tik terminis apdorojimas. Kiti įtempių mažinimo metodai šiems plienams yra nepriimtini. Nustatyta, kad 5 % Cr – 0,5 % Mo plienų virintinių jungčių terminio apdorojimo temperatūros ir laiko parametro P reikšmė neturi viršyti 20,5. Viršijus šią reikšmę vyksta struktūros degradacijos procesas, karbidai pamažu transformuojasi į M23C6 karbidus, koaguliuoja ferito grūdelių ribose, sudaro karbidų kolonijas ar jungiasi į ilgus vientisus junginius. Smulkių, dispersiškų karbidų struktūroje nelieka. Taip pat mažėja jungties metalo takumo stipris ir smūginis tąsumas.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5755/j01.ms.18.2.1911

  4. Climate populism: Claude Allegre and Co., investigation on science enemies

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    2010-01-01

    Todays, there is no serious uncertainty about the fact that climate is warming up and that human activities are the main contribution to this global warming. However, in France, some learned scientists in connivance with influent think tanks have mounted a campaign against science with or without the tacit support of institutions. All along this book, the author dissects the 'arguments' (errors and lies) and the manipulations of climate-skeptics and explains how this disinformation can propagates and can be taken over by intellectuals who become in turn the spokesmen of climate-skeptics. The result is frightening: a whole domain of study is becoming discredited, the public opinion is demobilized, and the political inaction is encouraged. (J.S.)

  5. Mirror Your Audience's Attitude: A Global Profile.

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    Meussling, Vonne

    Recent advertising research has suggested that to gain initial entry into and retain continual success with a targeted audience of consumers, it is wise to mirror the attitudes and desires of those consumers. This has proven effective in the United States, where companies such as Chevrolet, Levi Strauss, and Coca-Cola have successfully catered to…

  6. Hidden Myth: Structure & Symbolism in Advertising.

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    Leymore, Varda Langholz

    This discussion of advertising treats it as a communication system analyzable in structuralist terms. Building on the approaches of Levi-Strauss and others, the discussion begins with a general introduction to structuralism and goes on to outline the specific methodology adopted in this study. The approach is illustrated in two contexts: static…

  7. Do-It-Yourselfers or Engineers? Bricolage as a Metaphor for Teacher Work and Learning.

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    Scribner, Jay Paredes

    This study explores the nature of teacher learning within the broader context of increasing state-level accountability, applying Levi-Strauss' bricolage metaphor to teachers' workplace learning. Based on the assumption that "problems of practice" serve as catalysts for learning, it addresses how teachers define and solve problems in…

  8. The Problems of Practice: Bricolage as a Metaphor for Teachers' Work and Learning

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    Scribner, Jay Paredes

    2005-01-01

    In this article the author uses Levi-Strauss' (1966) metaphor of Bricolage to examine how teachers, not policymakers, make sense of their "problems of practice" in three United States high schools. The article also examines how teachers address these problems of practice. It concludes by underscoring the disconnect between teachers' and…

  9. Work and Family. Special Focus.

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    Goetz, Kathy, Ed.

    1992-01-01

    This newsletter issue focuses on issues concerning families with both parents employed outside the home and describes several employer programs designed to help employees balance their work and family life. The newsletter includes the following articles: (1) "Work and Family: 1992"; (2) "Levi Strauss and Co.--A Work/Family Program…

  10. The Cutting Edge: Workplace English. Project Handbook and Instructional Guide.

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    Clymer-Spradling, Carol

    A workplace literacy program for garment workers is described and evaluated. The program, a partnership between El Paso Community College (Texas) and Levi Strauss & Company, consisted of a three-level, job-specific, video-based curriculum for limited-English-speaking employees implemented at seven plants in El Paso. The 18-month model…

  11. The Cutting Edge: Workplace English. Section I: Project Handbook.

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    El Paso Community Coll., TX. Literacy Center.

    A model workplace literacy program of El Paso Community College (Texas), in cooperation with Levi Strauss and Company, is described. The partnership designed a three-part, job-specific, video-based curriculum in English as a Second Language (ESL) for garment industry workers, implemented in seven local plants. The 18-month program had these goals:…

  12. Läti koduloomade huvitav elu / Ivar Jung

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    Jung, Ivar

    2006-01-01

    Eesti, Läti ja Sloveenia koostööfilm "Koer, lennuk ja laulupidu" ("The Hostage") : režissöör ja stsenarist Laila Pakalnina : operaator ja üks produtsentidest Arko Okk : Eesti (Acuba Film) - Läti (Casablanca Film Production) 2006

  13. Dynamical Systems and Jung, with a Note on Language

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    Barrett, Bruce E.

    2011-01-01

    Comments on the original article "Rethinking intractable conflict: The perspective of dynamical systems," by R. R. Vallacher, P. T. Coleman, A. Nowak, and L. Bui-Wrzosinska. Vallacher et al presented an intriguing description of dynamical systems theory as applied to the understanding of intractable conflicts ranging from the intrapsychic to the…

  14. Naistepäev ikka hinnas / Ivar Jung

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    Jung, Ivar

    2003-01-01

    Kunstihoone galeriis Ivika Kivi ja Dagmar Kase näituse "ID 2002" taustal 8. III toimunud Reet Varblase organiseeritud seminarist "Naised, ühiskond, ilu ja hügieen". Linnagaleriis lõpetas Meiu Mündi maalinäituse Oksana Titova tantsuetendus. 9. III Pärnus Taave Tuutma kureeritud tegevuskunstipäev

  15. Alfonso Raposo Moyano. Premio Medalla Claude F. Brunet de Baines 2010./Alfonso Raposo Moyano. Claude F. Brunet de Baines Prize Medal 2010.

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    Alberto Gurovich W.

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available A. Raposo es un Arquitecto destacado por su amplia trayectoria en la academia y en el campo disciplinar, este arquitecto representa también la línea de diseño urbano residencial iniciada por Karl Brunner en la FAU, la que fue interrumpida por la autoridad delegada militar en los 70s., representando la medalla "C.F. Brunet" también un reconocimiento a un proyecto de Universidad y al trabajo de una generación. /A. Raposo is an architect noted for his broad experience in academia and in the disciplinary field. His work has been in urban residential design line initiated by Karl Brunner at FAU, which was interrupted by military delegated authority in the 70s. The medal "CF Brunet" which also gave recognition to a University project and the work of a generation.

  16. Claude Grignon, Claude Kordon, Sciences de l'homme et sciences de la nature. Essais d'épistémologie comparée

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    Rogel, Thierry

    2011-01-01

    Cet ouvrage est composé d'un ensemble de contributions faites au cours du séminaire « Sciences de l'homme et sciences de la nature » qui s'est tenu à la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme de 2003 à 2007. Ce séminaire portait sur les questions de l'unité des sciences et de la scientificité des « sciences de l'homme ». Les domaines abordés sont multiples et couvrent un large spectre de sciences - mathématiques, physique, chimie, cosmologie, archéologie, biologie, épidémiologie, économie, sociologie...

  17. Inimkäsitlusi filosoofias / Peeter Pints

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    Käsitlemist leiavad Confucius, Sokrates, Augustinus, M. Luther, B. Pascal, N. Macchiavelli, Erasmus Rotterdamist, T. Hobbes, J. Locke, Ch.L. Montesqieu, J.J. Rousseau, Cl. Helvetius, I. Kant, J. Condorcet, F.W. Hegel, L. Feuerbach, K. Marx, H. Maine de Biran, F.W. Schelling, M. Stirner, A. Schopenhauer, L. Morgan, E. Taylor, L. Levy-Bruhl, W. McDougall, H. Spencer, O. Spengler, Cl. Levy-Strauss, S. Kierkegaard, M. Weber

  18. Claude E. Ake and the Praxis of Knowledge Production in Africa

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    Nov 21, 2014 ... Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa, 2014 ... understanding the political economy and social history of .... Edward Said's elaboration of Fanon's (1968:102) thesis that Europe is literally the creation ..... Ake (1981:68–87) presents the impact of the colonial presence as central for.

  19. The 2014 Claude Bernard Distinguished Lecture: The Social Contract of Learning

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    2015-01-01

    The shift to competency-based education expands the role of the teacher from that of a provider of information and into a shaper of knowledge, skills, and attitudes. These roles are facilitated by establishing a social contract between the instructor and learner, a contract that clearly defines the rights and duties of each. Adopting greater…

  20. The 2014 Claude Bernard Distinguished Lecture: the social contract of learning.

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    The shift to competency-based education expands the role of the teacher from that of a provider of information and into a shaper of knowledge, skills, and attitudes. These roles are facilitated by establishing a social contract between the instructor and learner, a contract that clearly defines the rights and duties of each. Adopting greater responsibility for the development of competencies in our learners allows faculty members to truly have an impact by shaping the behaviors of learners. Copyright © 2015 The American Physiological Society.

  1. From Claude Bernard to the Batcave and Beyond: Using Batman as a Hook for Physiology Education

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    2011-01-01

    Communicating physiology to the general public and popularizing science can be tremendously rewarding activities. Providing relevant and compelling points of linkage, however, between the scientific experiences and the interests of the general public can be challenging. One avenue for popularizing science is to link scientific concepts to images,…

  2. Predikanten in ballingschap. De carrièrekansen van Jean en Isaac Claude in de Republiek

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    2012-01-01

    After the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1685, over 400 Huguenot ministers made their way to the Dutch Republic in search of a new pulpit. They stood a good chance, because the Huguenot exodus resulted in a corresponding demand for French preachers, while Dutch authorities offered financial

  3. Proceedings of the 14. Claude Itzykson Meeting-2009 recent advances in string theory

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    Aharoni, O.; Arkani-Hamed, N.; Becker, K.; Berkovits, N.; Bern, Z.; De Boer, J.; Emparan, R.; Green, M.; Hartnoll, S.; Heckman, J.; Kachru, S.; Lambert, N.; Louis, J.; Marino, M.; Mathur, S.; McAllister, L.; McGreevy, J.; Polchinski, J.; Sen, A.; Weigand, T.

    2009-01-01

    This document is made up of the slides of the presentations. The titles of the 20 presentations are the following: 1) On d=3 Yang-Mills Chern-Simons theories with 'fractional branes' and their gravity duals; 2) Holography and the S-Matrix; 3) Torsional heterotic geometries; 4) Spin chains from the topological AdS 5 xS 5 string; 5) Harmony of Scattering Amplitudes: from N=4 Super-Yang-Mills Theory to N=8 Supergravity; 6) Quantum aspects of black holes; 7) Black-folds; 8) Supersymmetric String and Field Theory Scattering Amplitudes; 9) Quantum bosons for holographic superconductors; 10) The Point of E8 in F-theory GUTs; 11) Gauge/gravity duality and particle physics; 12) Coupling M2-branes to Background Fields; 13) Compactifications and Generalized Geometries; 14) Nonperturbative aspects of the topological string; 15) Lessons from the information paradox: 16) Inflation in String Theory; 17) Holographic descriptions of quantum liquids; 18) Holography from CFT; 19) Black hole hair removal; and 20) Type IIB GUT vacua and their F-theory uplift

  4. Language, the Uncanny, and the Shapes of History in Claude Simon's The Flanders Road

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    Lynn A. Higgins

    1985-09-01

    Full Text Available Asking whether it is possible to read The Flanders Road both as text and as history the essay studies repetitions that structure the novel as they relate to historical events evoked therein, from the Revolution to the Algerian War. The tangled and looped itinerary of a cavalry retreat finds its analog in the narrative "line"; generic variations emerge when (histories are told again and again; these, and even certain kinds of wordplay make the novel, and ultimately history, seem uncanny. But it is the novel's self-conscious strangeness, as it enfolds historical knowledge, that constitutes a commentary on how history is told and even how it is experienced.

  5. In Appreciation of Claude Warren and Susan Rose's "William Pengelly's Techniques of Archaeological Excavation"

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    David L. Browman

    1997-11-01

    Full Text Available The short (40 pages pamphlet by Warren and Rose (1994 provides the answer to a complex question regarding credit for an important archaeological methodology, stratigraphic excavation. Let me set the stage for this appreciation. Continuing research on the beginnings of stratigraphic excavations in North America (Browman and Givens 1996, I sought the origins of the idea of actually excavating by strata, rather than post-facto interpretation, seen in North American as early as 1895 in the work of Henry Chapman Mercer, but not really introduced into the repertoire of American techniques until the work of Gamio, Kidder and Nelson between 1911 and 1914. The roots of the latter three seemed to lie with individuals such as Reisner, Boas, Uhle, who in turn seemed to rely on Hugo Obennaier, Gabriel de Mortillet, Marcellin Boule, and perhaps Pitt-Rivers, while Mercer's work could be traced to Boule and Albert Gaudry. Doggedly following back the roots, I found that Chapman (1989 could make a reasonable case that Pitt-Rivers had actually learned of the idea of strati­graphic excavation from Evans, Prestwich, and Lubbock, from the British scientists working with the Upper and Middle Paleolithic excavations during 1858-1868.

  6. Neeme Järvi. "The Early Recordings", vol. 1 a 6. / Hulot, Jean-Claude

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    1998-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Neeme Järvi. "The Early Recordings", vol. 1 a 6. Paganini: Concerto pour violon no. 1; Tchaikovski: Concerto pour violon op. 35; Concerto pour piano no. 1; Saint-Saens: Concerto pour piano no. 2; Beethoven: Concerto pour piano no. 4; R. Strauss: Till Eulenspiegels lustige Streiche. Don Juan; Cherubini: Requiem en re mineur; Chostakovitch: Fidelite, 8 ballades pour choeur d'hommes op. 136; Haydn: Concerto pour violoncelle no. 2; Tchaikovski: Variations Rococo. Pezzo capriccioso. Andante cantabile. Nocturne. Choeur d'hommes Academique de l'Etat d'Estonie, Orchestre Philharmonique de Moscou, Orchestre Symphonique d'URSS, Grand Orchestre Symphonique de la Radio d'URSS, Orchestre Symphonique de la Radio d'Estonie, Gustav Ernesaks, Neeme Järvi. Melodiya 74 321 40 719-2 a 40 724-2, distribution BMG (6 CD:96 F chacun)

  7. Book Reviews

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    Full Text Available - P. van de Velde, Chester G. Starr, Early man - Prehistory and the civilizations of the ancient near east. New York, London, Toronto, Oxford University Press, 1973. 7 + 205 pp., num. ill. black and white colour. - H. Hoetink, Ashley Montagu, Man’s most dangerous myth: the fallacy of race. New York, Oxford University Press, 1974, 5th edition, 542 pp. - J. Tennekes, Margaret T. Hodgen, Anthropology, history and cultural change. Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, number 52. The University of Arizona Press, pp. 108, 1974. - H.J.M. Claessen, Regna Darnell, Readings in the history of anthropology. New York etc., Harper & Row, 1974. 479 pp. - John Beattie, F. Allan Hanson, Meaning in culture. London and Boston: Routledge & Kegan Paul (International Library of Anthropology, 1975. xi, 127 pp., bibl. - J. van Baal, Dan Sperber, Le symbolisme en général. Collection Savoir, Hermann, Paris, 1974. 163 pp. - David S. Moyer, Claude Levi-Strauss, La Voie des Masques. Les Sentiers de la Création, Editions d’art Albert Skira, Genève, 1975. Vol I, 142 pp. and vol. II, 147 pp. Figs., maps, colour plates. - W.C. Ultee, Suzanne Petra Schad, Empirical social research in Weimar-Germany. Mouton, Paris-The Hague, 1972. 155 pp. - C.J.J. Vermeulen, Paul-Henry Stahl, Ethnologie de l’Europe du Sud-est. Une anthologie. Mouton Éditeur, Paris/La Haye 1974. 312 p. - C.J.J. Vermeulen, Juliet du Boulay, Portrait of a Greek mountain village. Oxford monographs on social anthropology. Clarendon Press, Oxford 1974. viii, 296 pp., photogr. - Lodewijk Brunt, Jacob Black-Michaud, Cohesive force. Fued in the Mediterranean andthe Middle East. Oxford: Basil Blackwell 1975. With a foreword by E.L. Peters. 270 pp. - J.H. van den Brink, D’arcy McNickle, Native American Tribalism - Indian survivals and renewals. Oxford University Press, New York, London, 1973. 190 pp., geïll. - Sjaak van der Geest, Christine Oppong, Marriage among a matrilineal elite. A family

  8. Book Reviews

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    Full Text Available - R.J. Mohr, Bernard J. Siegel, Biennial Review of Anthropology 1963. Stanford University Press. Stanford, California, 1963. 306 pp. - P.E. de Josselin de Jong, Jean Poirier, Guide d’enquête monographique appliquée aux sociétés malgaches. Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines de Madagascar, Tananarive 1962. - P.E. de Josselin de Jong, Jean Poirier, L’inventaire ethno-topographique. Departement des sciences humaines, Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines, Université de Madagascar, Tananarive 1963. - H.Th. Fischer, P. van Emst, Panorama der Volken, I (Volken van Amerika en Oceanië, onder redactie van P. van Emst. Romen en zonen, Roermond 1964. 515 blz., vele ills. - C. Nooteboom, W. Frölich, Völkerkundliche Forschungen, Martin Heydrich zum 70. Geburtstag überreicht von Freunden und Schülern, herausgegeben von W. Frölich (Ethnologica, Neue Folge, Band 2, Köln, 1960. 557 S., 46 Tafeln, 116 Abb. - J. van Baal, Claude Levi-Strauss, Totemism. Translated from the French by Rodney Needham. Beacon Press, Boston, 1963. 116 pp. - J.J. Fahrenfort, Luc de Heusch, Le Pouvoir et le Sacré. Annales de Centre d’ Etude des Religions I. Université de Bruxelles. Institut de Sociologie (Solvay 1962. 228 pp. - H.J.M. Claessen, Montserrat Palau Marti, Le Roi-Dieu au Bénin, Sud Togo, Dahomey, Nigeria Occidentale. Collection Mondes d’Outre-mer, Série: Nations. Berger Levrault, Paris 1964. - P.E. de Josselin de Jong, F. Sierksma, Profiel van een incarnatie. G.A. van Oorschot, Amsterdam 1964. 244 blz. - B.A.L. Cranstone, Carl A. Schmitz, Wantoat: Art and religion of the Northeast New Guinea Papuans. Translated from the German by Mrs. G.E. van Baaren-Pape. Mouton (the Hague, Paris, 1963. 159 pp. 47 plates. - A.A. Gerbrands, William Fagg, Nigerian images. Lund Humphries, London, 1963. 47 pages, 144 plates by Herbert List. - A.A. Gerbrands, Marcelle Urbain-Faublée, L’art malgache. Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, 1963. 141 pag. 100

  9. Coito, luego existo. Acerca de la ciudad contemporánea

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    Salabert, Pere

    1997-01-01

    Dos models urbans, el tradicional de la ciutat-recinte i I'actual de una ciutat-flux, es refereixen a dues modalitats d'espai: un de sentit intencional i organitzat, que s'actualitza en la significació, i un altre de sentit obert, múltiple o difús que es propaga sense significar. Alhora, dos models de comunitat: un de modern, il.lustrat per una societat-maquina de vapor (Levi-Strauss) que ja s'ha devorat a si mateixa, i un altre de postmodern, avui vigent, donat per una societat-ameba multifo...

  10. Entre el collage y el bricolaje. Una cierta mirada hacia El desprecio de Godard en Los abrazos rotos de Almodóvar

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    Agustín Gómez Gómez

    2012-10-01

    Full Text Available En Los abrazos rotos, Almodóvar construye un relato a partir de otros relatos. Lo hará de dos formas. Por una parte muestra -lo que denominamos collage- un conjunto de obras pictóricas y cinematográficas principalmente. Por otra construye unas relaciones más ocultas, menos visibles, que englobamos dentro de la definición de bricolage de Levi-Strauss. Esta última forma nos conduce a El desprecio (Le mépris, 1963 de Godard, que es la que utiliza para narrar la relación entre Martel y Lena.

  11. Uudised : Veljo Tormise aasta on alanud. Eesti laul Tiit Kuusiku mälestuseks. Claude Delangle Eestis / Arne Mikk

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    2000-01-01

    V. Tormise juubeliaasta üritustest. 19. ja 20. veebr. toimuvast neljandast eesti autorite vokaalmuusika esitamise võistlusest Tiit Kuusiku mälestuseks. 15. veebr. Estonia kammerlaval toimunud kontserdist ئ esinesid C. ja O. Delangle

  12. Alpha List of Prime Contract Awards. Oct 92-Sep 93. FY93. (Claude Ralph - Day Francis O Co. Inc.)

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  13. De Sahlins a Claude Lévi-strauss: no setor transpacífico do sistema mundial

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    2001-12-01

    Full Text Available Privilegiando o fato de a obra de Marshall Sahlins dar bom uso à teoria lévi-straussiana da troca, este artigo reinterpreta a análise do primeiro sobre o "setor transpacífico do 'sistema mundial'". Mais do que uma crítica a Sahlins, o artigo pretende aprofundar a demonstração deste último do fato de que entendermos sistemas de trocas "nativos" (ou "autóctones" ou "indígenas" é condição necessária para entendermos relações mais amplas, como aquelas entre estes sistemas e os "capitalistas" (ou "ocidentais", seja lá como os definamos. Isto nos leva a minimizar a distinção entre trocas inter e intra culturais, conclusão esta que se reforça com uma rápida especificação da noção de troca das Estruturas elementares do parentesco apresentada no final do artigo.Focussing on the fact that Marshall Sahlins' work revolves around the Lévy-Strauss's theory of exchange, this article reinterprets the analysis of the first on the "trans-pacific sector of the 'world system'". Rather than a critique of Sahlins, this article proposes to further elaborate the latter's demonstration that the comprehension of "native" (or autochthonous, or indigenous systems of exchange is a necessary condition for the comprehension of wider relations, such as those between these systems and their "capitalist" (or "Occidental", etc. counterparts. This leads us to minimize the distinction between inter- and intra-cultural exchanges, a conclusion reinforced by a rapid look at the notion of exchange in the Elementary Structures of Kinship presented at the end of the article.

  14. O currículo entre o relativismo e o universalismo: dialogando com Jean-Claude Forquin

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    Candau Vera Maria

    2000-01-01

    Full Text Available O texto analisa criticamente as principais idéias apresentadas por Forquin, ressaltando suas contribuições mais relevantes e levantando questões relacionadas principalmente à tensão entre universalismo e relativismo no processo de seleção dos conteúdos escolares e às implicações do multiculturalismo para a escolarização hoje.

  15. Gender Legacies of Jung and Freud as Epistemology in Emergent Feminist Research on Late Motherhood

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    Maryann Barone-Chapman

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available While conducting doctoral research in social science on late motherhood, two analytical engagements with the feminine came to my attention as evidence of a patriarchal bias toward the realm of womanhood. Jung’s mythopoetic tension between symbolism and enactments with the feminine and Freud’s supposition that a denial of the feminine was necessary for psychological and emotional development appeared to be perpetuating a social problem continuing in current times. Across affective behavior and narrative within stories of late procreative desire, dream journals and Word Association Tests of eight participants was the memory of a male sibling who had enjoyed primacy of place in the parental home over the daughter. The female body with a voice was missing in the one-sided perspectives of Analytical Psychology and Psychoanalysis on the subject of the feminine, until a whole view of psyche’s discontents in Feminist inspired Psychoanalytic theories from both schools on the female body were included. Freud and Jung’s views became evidence of patriarchy as background while extension of Feminist inspired psychoanalytical thinking, Queer theories and Creation Myth allowed new meanings of the embodied feminine to emerge through a recapitulation of a union of opposites as a union of epistemology and ethos. The essence of Jung’s mid-life theories, altered by modernity and eclipsed by female advancement, remains replicatable and paradigmatic outside of essentialist gender performance.

  16. Kuus sammu langusest võitjana väljumiseks / Udo Jung, Reinhard Messenbock, Harold Sirkin

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    Jung, Udo

    2008-01-01

    Boston Consulting Groupi ettevõtete küsitlusest selgus, et lisaks kulude kärpimisele on ettevõtted tarvitusele võtnud ka teisi meetmeid majandussurutisega võitlemiseks. Kuus soovitust, mida teha

  17. Inglise keel pole ainus võõrkeel / Mari Tarvas, Merle Jung

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    2009-01-01

    Kogu maailmas on viimastel aastakümnetel võtnud võimust tendents õpetada inglise keelt esimese võõrkeelena. Paljud riigid on astunud samme keelelise mitmekesisuse taastamiseks, teiste hulgas ka Eesti

  18. Jung-Min Lee, M.D. | Center for Cancer Research

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    Conducts early clinical trials targeting BRCA mutation-associated breast or ovarian cancer, epithelial ovarian cancer, and triple negative breast cancer at the National Cancer Institute, NIH Clinical Center.

  19. Gender Legacies of Jung and Freud as Epistemology in Emergent Feminist Research on Late Motherhood

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    Barone-Chapman, Maryann

    2014-01-01

    While conducting doctoral research in social science on late motherhood, two analytical engagements with the feminine came to my attention as evidence of a patriarchal bias toward the realm of womanhood. Jung’s mythopoetic tension between symbolism and enactments with the feminine and Freud’s supposition that a denial of the feminine was necessary for psychological and emotional development appeared to be perpetuating a social problem continuing in current times. Across affective behavior and narrative within stories of late procreative desire, dream journals and Word Association Tests of eight participants was the memory of a male sibling who had enjoyed primacy of place in the parental home over the daughter. The female body with a voice was missing in the one-sided perspectives of Analytical Psychology and Psychoanalysis on the subject of the feminine, until a whole view of psyche’s discontents in Feminist inspired Psychoanalytic theories from both schools on the female body were included. Freud and Jung’s views became evidence of patriarchy as background while extension of Feminist inspired psychoanalytical thinking, Queer theories and Creation Myth allowed new meanings of the embodied feminine to emerge through a recapitulation of a union of opposites as a union of epistemology and ethos. The essence of Jung’s mid-life theories, altered by modernity and eclipsed by female advancement, remains replicatable and paradigmatic outside of essentialist gender performance. PMID:25379265

  20. The Innermost Kernel Depth Psychology and Quantum Physics. Wolfgang Pauli's Dialogue with C.G Jung

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    Gieser, Suzanne

    2005-01-01

    "The Innermost Kernel" recounts the physicist and Nobel Laureate Wolfgang Pauli and his interest in Jungian psychology, philosophy and western world-view. It is also an exploration of the intellectual setting and context of Pauli's thinking, which has its starting point in the cultural and intellectual climate of fin-de-siècle Europe. As a contribution to the general history of quantum physics this study has a special focus on the psychological and philosophical issues discussed by physicists belonging to the Copenhagen school. The work is mainly based on the correspondence of the principle characters and explores some of the central issues discussed there, as for instance the subject-object relation, complementarity, the relation of conscious and unconscious, the process underlying concept-formation, the psychology of scientific discovery, the symbolic world of alchemy, the theories of archetypes and of synchronicity. Ultimately this book is about a remarkable scientist searching for a new understanding of ...

  1. The symbol theory in S. Freud, C. G. Jung and C. S. Peirce

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    Salvatore Settineri

    2017-08-01

    Full Text Available The work is aimed at studying three points of view, whose convergences and conflicts deepen the theme of the symbol, where the same faces to the psychic life full of meaning. The process of signification of objects in fact, provides an opportunity for knowledge of the psychic life of the subjects. As the product of mind, therefore, the attention falls, from semiotics, on the meanings of the dynamic psychology, whether it is psychoanalysis or analytical psychology. In this sense, from a phenomenological and semiotic approach, based on Peirceiane mode of existence of the sign, the analysis continues with the theme of the return of the Freudian symbol to converge to the common and different aspects of Jungian analytic theory. The convergent products of the different approaches, in fact, provide the ability to grasp what regardless of theory and hermeneutics, remains in the clinical context through the possibility of profound contact with the subject.

  2. Révolution conservatrice et national-socialisme : le cas d’Edgar J. Jung

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    Merlio, Gilbert

    2018-01-01

    Le titre de cette communication eût pu être : le leurre de la révolution conser­vatrice ou encore le dompteur dompté. Elle va en effet évoquer ce que les histo­riens allemands appellent le Zähmungskonzept, le problème de cette droite alle­mande qui, tout en le méprisant et en s’en méfiant, a fini par laisser Hitler parvenir au pouvoir tout en s’imaginant pouvoir le contrôler : « Was, Hitler an der Macht », s’écrie en substance Franz von Papen après le 30 janvier 1933, « wir regieren ! » Mais,...

  3. Theoretical foundation for jung's “Mandala Symbolism” based on discrete chaotic dynamics of interacting neurons

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    V. Gontar

    2000-01-01

    Full Text Available Based on discrete chaotic dynamics algorithms different patterns in a form of mandalas have been generated. This fact gives us the possibility to make a link between mechanism of biochemical reaction dynamics undergoing in brain resulted to the brain creativity process in form of mandalas. Obtained patterns can be related to the space distributed chemicals according to the law of extended principle of maximum entropy, consideration of the information exchange during biochemical transformations, mass conservation law and discrete chaotic dynamics principles.

  4. Dr Jung Hyun KIM Vice Minister for Education, Science and Technology MEST Republic of Korea

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    2010-01-01

    He learnt about CERN's LHC computing grid project from Frédéric Hemmer, head of the information technology department. In addition, the vice-minister toured the ATLAS visitor centre, the CMS control centre, the ALICE experiment's exhibition and control room, and he met Korean scientists at CERN.

  5. Transfer normativer Ordnungen – Baumaterial für junge Nationalstaaten

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    Michael Stolleis

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Seit dem 17. Jahrhundert gibt es historische Reflexionen darüber, wie und warum das antike römische Recht, geformt durch Lehre und Praxis des mittelalterlichen Italiens nördlich der Alpen, »rezipiert« worden sei. Ebenso diskutierte man seit dem 19. Jahrhundert über das Lübecker Stadtrecht im Rahmen der Hanse sowie die Ausbreitung des Magdeburger Rechts auf Städte im slawischen Osten. Die heutige Rechtsgeschichte sucht nach neuen Modellen und Terminologien, um den Transfer von Gesetzbüchern, Rechtsprinzipien, Institutionen, Rechtssprache oder kulturellem Habitus von Rechtsanwendern angemessener zu erfassen. Berichtet wird hier über ein Südosteuropaprojekt (1850 bis 1933 mit Blick auf den Transfer normativer Ordnungen (Verfassungsrecht, Zivilrecht, Strafrecht in ehemaligen Provinzen des Osmanischen Reichs, die nun zu jungen Nationalstaaten wurden, etwa Griechenland, Rumänien, Bulgarien, Serbien, Montenegro und Albanien.

  6. THE MYTHOLOGY OF KAMPUNG NAGA COMMUNITY

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    Wahyu Iryana

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available In order to gain understanding of the meaning of symbolic variants of the myth in Kampung Naga, an objective analysis is required. Therefore, this paper applied the linguistic model study offered by Levi-Strauss as a new step for the objectivity of myth interpretation. The basic assumption of Levi-Strauss’ linguistic model is that myth often display a diverse surface structure, but in fact the diversity is the description of the human deep structure. The selection of this myth was solely based on the life of the Kampung Naga community as part of Sundanese Society. The results indicated that the myth in the religious life of the Kampung Naga community contains a various stories which include the revelation, the reincarnation, and the descent of revelation. These episodes can be constructed into the structure of a Levi-Strauss linguistic model, a binary opposition, namely the mandate giver (active the mandate recipient (passive. The relationship between the giver and the receiver is vertical (structural called “structure of three” (regular. From the “structure of three”, the “culinary triangle” can be constructed. From the “combined triangle”, the Batara Guru will also appear to become a central event that other figures have to go through. Finally, it can be stated that the deep structure construction that still refers to the aspect of Javanese cosmology in General.

  7. Analisis Keuntungan Pengusahaan Hutan Pinus (Pinus Merkusii Jung Et De Vriese Di KPH Pekalongan Barat (The Pine (Pinus merkusii Jung et de Vriese Forest Plantation Rentability Analysis In KPH West Pekalongan

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    Wahyu Andayani

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Economical value of the pine wood and resin in the last ten years has contributed significant revenue to the KPH West Pekalongan. This research is aimed to discover the optimum rotation of the development of forest pine to gain the maximum yield for the producer. The method used in this study is the analysis of the Land Expectation Value (LEV by estimating the physical production function which developes the wood and resin at every plant rotation. The results of the analysis is that in the rotation of 20 years, the pine forest could produce maximum net yield/ net (profitability /rentability from the sales of wood and resin, by using the real interest rate of 9,75% annually as follow : (a In the third bonita is Rp. 1.546.945, 36/hectar/rotation and (b in the fourth bonita is Rp. 2.032.392,56/hectar/rotation. By shortening the rotation from 35 years to 20 years, it results in the increasing yield of the forest pine plantation in KPH West Pakalongan of 6,1 % to 8,6% more than the real yield gained by the producer at present.Key words: Rentability, rotation, bonita, resin, LEV

  8. The Changing View of Abortion: A Study of Friedrich Wolf's Cyankali and Arnold Zweig's Junge Frau von 1914

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    Sabine Schroeder-Krassnow

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    Full Text Available With the end of the nineteenth century, women start becoming more independent, demanding more rights, making a place for themselves in society. The docile woman who is seduced by the socially higher male and in desperation commits infanticide begins to fade from literature. At the same time a new woman with a fresh vitality emerges and deals with the old problem of pregnancy and abortion. Two works which treat this type of woman are examined and the parallels as well as the differences between the portrayal are established. Although the heroines in Wolf's play and Zweig's novel come from different social backgrounds, they encounter almost identical problems in trying to have an abortion. Zweig's novel is more detailed in its account of the abortion than the play, and although it was written only two years after Wolf's play, Zweig takes the problem of the modern woman a big step further by not letting his heroine die as a result of the abortion.

  9. Carl Gustav Jung, Quantum Physics and the Spiritual Mind: A Mystical Vision of the Twenty-First Century

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    Lothar Schäfer

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available We describe similarities in the ontology of quantum physics and of Carl Gustav Jung’s psychology. In spite of the fact that physics and psychology are usually considered as unrelated, in the last century, both of these disciplines have led at the same time to revolutionary changes in the Western understanding of the cosmic order, discovering a non-empirical realm of the universe that doesn’t consist of material things but of forms. These forms are real, even though they are invisible, because they have the potential to appear in the empirical world and act in it. We present arguments that force us to believe, that the empirical world is an emanation out of a cosmic realm of potentiality, whose forms can appear as physical structures in the external world and as archetypal concepts in our mind. Accordingly, the evolution of life now appears no longer as a process of the adaptation of species to their environment, but as the adaptation of minds to increasingly complex forms that exist in the cosmic potentiality. The cosmic connection means that the human mind is a mystical mind.

  10. «Neutre est le seul genre qui me convienne»: retoriche dell’androginia nell’opera di Claude Cahun

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    Silvia Nugara

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available The article deals with the rhetoric and discursive strategies through which surrealist artist and writer Clade Cahun elaborates forms of self-representations which, by subverting gender norms, reinvent non only femininity but humanity overall. The analysis will be carried out on the basis of Roland Barthes’ reflections on androgyny which he elaborated during his course on Neutre at the Collège de France. For Barthes, Neutre is a vector of symbolic change: « un mélange, un dosage, une dialectique, non de l’homme et de la femme (génitalité, mais du masculin et du féminin. Ou mieux encore: l’homme en qui il y a du féminin, la femme en qui il y a du masculin ». Neutre is whatever breaks the binary opposition between terms A and B by assuming the form of either “not A nor B”, or “A+B”. Neutre is therefore an attempt to elude the doxa and all immutable binary scheme of meaning through linguistic and rhetoric strategies such as epicene nouns and names, impersonals, a fluctuant use of gender forms, amphibology, irony, paradox, parallelism, antiphrasis.

  11. Perception of the A/H1N1 influenza pandemic and acceptance of influenza vaccination by Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 staff: A descriptive study.

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    Amour, Sélilah; Djhehiche, Khaled; Zamora, Adeline; Bergeret, Alain; Vanhems, Philippe

    2015-01-01

    We assessed the perception and attitudes of university staff, including medical school and other science specialties, toward the 2009 A/H1N1 influenza pandemic and influenza vaccination program. A cross-sectional online survey was conducted among 4,529 university personnel on October 19-20, 2009. Seven hundred (15%) employees participated in the study. Only 18% were willing to be vaccinated, men more than women (29% versus 9%, P < 0.001), and professors/researchers more than administrative/technical staff (30% vs. 6%, P < 0.001). Intention to be vaccinated was insufficient. Additional efforts are needed to improve information dissemination among university staff. Medical university personnel should receive more information to increase vaccine coverage and protect them as well as patients.

  12. A ideia, a série e a forma: Desafios da imagem no pensamento de Claude Lévi-Strauss

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    Carlo Severi

    2011-11-01

    Full Text Available Neste artigo, parte-se da abordagem teórica da arte por Lévi-Strauss para aplicá-la a um objeto não explorado pelo próprio autor: a arte abstrata no Ocidente. O texto inicia com uma polêmica entre Lévi-Strauss e o teórico do surrealismo, André Breton, em torno da magia da arte. A polêmica põe a nu a originalidade de Lévi-Strauss enquanto teórico da arte, em diálogo permanente com os Modernistas de sua época, assim como a centralidade da arte na sua teoria estruturalista. Se para Breton a magia da arte é universal porque apela para processos de apreensão intuitivas, opostos à razão, para Lévi-Strauss o desafio da universalidade da arte consiste no fato de este ser um dos lugares privilegiados de exploração do pensamento formal. Lévi-Strauss propõe interpretar paralelamente, no interior de cada universo cultural, as coordenadas constitutivas da imagem e as operações mentais que essas coordenadas implicam. Se Lévi-Strauss seguiu este caminho para dar sentido aos arabescos kadiwéu, propõe-se aqui seguir esta trilha na exploração da arte abstrata.

  13. The western european point of view about the other one: a paradigm of science

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    Jéssica Fernandes Maia dos Santos

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    Full Text Available Looking the Levi-Strauss’s works The Savage Mind and Totemism Today, and Edward Said’s Orientalism, this paper aims to propose a reflection on the historical European thought regarding the alterity, how it was build and how it still is an science paradigm. According to Levi-Strauss, the institutionalization of the totemism would be a false analysis category in which the European, by classifying and typifying the foreign people while totemic organizations designed their own universe. This concept considers the other people as their opposite side, without having a conceptual consensus of that would be a totemic organization. The same does the evolutionism, which has influenced not only the totemic institution but also the whole western thinking.

  14. The Cookbook: a descriptive-theoretical study of El libro de Doña Petrona

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    2011-01-01

    Una particularidad del estudio de los géneros vinculados a la práctica culinaria es que estos han sido tomados como material de estudios folclóricos, antropológicos e históricos, antes que como objetos en sí mismos. El ejemplo más reconocido es Lo crudo y lo cocido de Levi-Strauss. Resta, creemos, un abordaje lingüístico que permita dar cuenta de la naturaleza de los diversos géneros utilizados en la transmisión y enseñanza de las prácticas culinarias en las diversas sociedades y culturas. En...

  15. Stuart Hall and Cultural Studies, circa 1983

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    Ann Curthoys

    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available Stuart Hall sought to internationalise theoretical debates and to create Cultural Studies as interdisciplinary. We chart his theoretical journey through a detailed examination of a series of lectures delivered in 1983 and now published for the first time. In these lectures, he discusses theorists such as E.P. Thompson, Raymond Williams, Louis Althusser, Levi Strauss and Antonio Gramsci, and explores the relationship between ideas and social structure, the specificities of class and race, and the legacies of slavery. We note his turn towards metaphors of divergence and dispersal and highlight how autobiographical and deeply personal Hall is in these lectures, especially in his ego histoire moment of traumatic memory recovery.

  16. Bricolage and Parody in Convergence culture

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    Javier MORAL MARTÍN

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    Full Text Available In Convergence culture, collaborative practices have been commonly understood as exercises located between the amateur and the professional. This characterization involves an implicit underestimation of amateurism because, in a single organization hierarchy, is considered as a preliminary step to the professional world and, therefore, a more imperfect activity. However, if we draw on the categories of bricolage analyzed by Levi Strauss, amateurism and professionalism are constituted as elements of a semantic axis. This shift in the analysis perspective has important consequences: on the one hand, it makes it possible to assess how many of these practices can alter the productive and textual dynamics of professional audiovisual practices and, on the other hand, it helps to better understand the textual specificity of collaborative practices, especially the great dialogical category of parody, an essential genre in the bottom-up dynamics which exist in our audiovisual universe.

  17. El "mundo" de la nueva poesía: algunas

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    Luján Atienza

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    Full Text Available La poesía es el género literario más problemático cuando se trata de establecer sus relaciones con el mundo. Desde la famosa afirmación de Archibald Macleish de que un poema no significa sino que es, o el minucioso análisis de estructuras lingüísticas que llevaron a cabo Jakobson y Levi-Strauss con el soneto de Baudelaire, pocas veces se ha preguntado nadie por la radical relación entre palabra y mundo en este peculiar y minoritario género. Autores que han atendido a la referencialidad de la literatura en la esfera de una estética del compromiso, como Bajtín o Sartre, han relegado la poesía a simple juego de lenguaje. Según ellos, la poesía no habla de la realidad.

  18. El libro de cocina: un estudio teórico-descriptivo de El Libro de Doña Petrona The Cookbook: a descriptive-theoretical study of El libro de Doña Petrona

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    Damiana Alonso

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Una particularidad del estudio de los géneros vinculados a la práctica culinaria es que estos han sido tomados como material de estudios folclóricos, antropológicos e históricos, antes que como objetos en sí mismos. El ejemplo más reconocido es Lo crudo y lo cocido de Levi-Strauss. Resta, creemos, un abordaje lingüístico que permita dar cuenta de la naturaleza de los diversos géneros utilizados en la transmisión y enseñanza de las prácticas culinarias en las diversas sociedades y culturas. En este trabajo tomaremos algunos aportes realizados por los estudios de la lingüística textual con el fin de profundizar en la naturaleza del 'libro de cocina' como distinto a la 'receta de cocina'. Para ello hemos elegido una obra paradigmática dentro de la cocina argentina como es El libro de Doña Petrona.When concerning cookbooks, it is to note that genre studies have often considered the material for folklore studies, anthropology and history, and not as objects themselves. The best known example is The Raw and the Cooked, Levi-Strauss. It is yet necessary a linguistic approach to give account of the nature of the various genres used in the transmission and teaching of culinary practices in different societies and cultures. In this work we will take some contributions made by the textual linguistics studies to explore the nature of the ‘cookbook' as distinct from the ‘recipe'. To do so, we have chosen a paradigmatic work in the Argentine cookery as it is El libro de Doña Petrona.

  19. Muusikamaailm : Luigi Nono 75. sünniaasta. Junge Deutsche Philharmonie ئ 25. Hispaania muusika Saarimaal. Marilyn Horne lahkub lavalt / Priit Kuusk

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    1999-01-01

    L. Nono 75. sünniaastapäeva tähistamisest Itaalias ja Saksamaal. Saksa orkestri tegevusest. 27.mail algavatest Saarimaa muusikapidustustest Saksamaal, mis on pühendatud hispaania muusikale. M. Horne lauljategevusest

  20. Interview with Audrey Jung, President of the International Society for Mental Health Online (ISMHO), Presented at the Online Counselling and Therapy in Action Conference, 25 April 2009

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    Anthony, Kate; Jung, Audrey; Rosenauer, Dominik; Nagel, Deeanna Merz; Goss, Stephen

    2010-01-01

    Counselling services provided online have become an increasingly important topic over the last decade. It is now incumbent on all practitioners at least to be aware of the impact of online living for their clients and of the options available for online counselling provision. In this article, Kate Anthony of the Online Therapy Institute interviews…

  1. Kokkuvõtted kunstiõpetuse ainevõistlusest Tallinna üldhariduskoolides / Liia Jung, Marju Liidja, Jüri Mäemat... [jt.

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    Kunstiõpetuse ainevõistlus toimub kolmes eraldi hinnatavas osas: kodune praktiline töö etteantud teemal vabas tehnikas, kohapeal tehtav teooriatest ja praktiline töö etteantud tehnikas ja teemal

  2. Jung y la baraja gitana: un análisis de los símbolos arquetípicos de las cartas

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    Campos, Denise dos Santos

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    Esta investigación tiene como objetivo proponer un análisis arquetípico de los símbolos que aparecen en la baraja gitana. El motivo y planteamiento de la tesis es buscar si el significado primordial del símbolo, que se ha vuelto muy ajeno y extraño para el hombre moderno, permite un “acceso” al inconsciente, o sea, si es un lenguaje del Inconsciente como los sueños y otros hechos estudiados por el psicoanálisis y la psicología compleja. Las bases y pilares fundamentales de la psicología analí...

  3. Western psychology and Muslim psychology in dialogue: comparisons between a Qura'nic theory of personality and Freud's and Jung's ideas.

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    Abu-Raiya, Hisham

    2014-04-01

    In this paper, comparisons are made between a newly developed Qura'nic theory of personality and the Freudian and Jungian theories of the mind. Notable similarities were found between the Freudian id, ego, superego and neurosis and the Qura'nic nafs ammarah besoa' (evil-commanding psyche), a'ql (intellect), al-nafs al-lawammah (the reproachful psyche) and al-nafs al-marid'a (the sick psyche), respectively. Noteworthy resemblances were detected also between the Jungian concepts collective unconscious, archetypes, Self and individuation and the Qura'nic constructs roh (spirit), al-asmaa' (the names), qalb (heart), and al-nafs al-mutmainnah (the serene psyche), respectively. These parallels, as well as the departure points, between the models are thoroughly discussed and analyzed. The comparisons performed in this paper open new avenues for dialogue between western models of the psyche and their Muslim counterparts, a dialogue that can enrich both perspectives and advance the field of psychology.

  4. Riga und Tallinn wollen ihre Umweltstandards erhören : der "Zug der Ideen" faszinierte vor allem junge Menschen / Rainer Müller

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    Müller, Rainer

    2011-01-01

    Euroopa keskkonna-pealinn Hamburg esitleb uusi ideid Riias ja Tallinnas. Tallinnast kui Euroopa kultuuripealinnast, kultuurikilomeetrist, Tallinna avamisest merele. Linnaplaneerimise, ökoloogia ja kultuuri parimate seoste otsimisest. Euroopa Rohelise pealinna idee autori Jüri Ratase mõtteid Tallinna tulevikust

  5. Kampf der Generationen oder Solidarität zwischen Jung und Alt? Das österreichische Pflegesystem im europäischen Vergleich

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    Andrea E. Schmidt

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Die Arbeit geht der Frage nach, wie sich das österreichische System der Langzeitbetreuung älterer Menschen mit Augenmerk auf die nachhaltige Solidarität zwischen Generationen u.a. im Vergleich mit anderen europäischen Ländern gestaltet. Besonderes Augenmerk wird dabei auf Finanzierungs-, Versorgungs- und Governance-Strukturen gelegt, sowie auf den Vergleich mit anderen sozialpolitischen Bereichen (Familienleistungen, Kinderbetreuung. Österreich hat im internationalen Vergleich ein relativ großzügiges System der öffentlichen Unterstützung älterer Menschen, das stark auf Geldleistungen aufbaut. Dies gilt auch für die Langzeitbetreuung, wo eine große Anzahl pflegebedürftiger Menschen erreicht wird, diese aber pro Kopf eher wenig erhalten. Die Pflegeleistungen werden aus allgemeinen Steuermitteln sowie Kostenbeiträgen von NutzerInnen finanziert, was bedeutet, dass die Finanzierung primär über die Besteuerung von Arbeitseinkommen erfolgt. Unterschiedliche Kostenbeitrags- und Regressregelungen auf Bundesländerebene führen zudem zu großen Differenzen in der finanziellen und faktischen Verantwortung von Familien, insbesondere jüngerer Generationen, die Pflege und Betreuung pflegebedürftiger Angehöriger sicherzustellen. Es folgt, dass die Einführung vermögensbezogener „Pflegesteuern“ zu mehr Ausgewogenheit in den solidarischen Elementen des Pflegesystems beitragen könnte – nicht nur aus Generationensicht. Der flächendeckende Ausbau von Pflege- und Betreuungsdiensten und bundesweit einheitliche Regelungen zu privaten Kostenbeiträgen stellen zudem eine Voraussetzung dafür dar, dass Solidarität zwischen den Generationen unabhängig von sozialer Schicht und Wohnort beurteilt werden kann.

  6. The analysis of Rostam’s personality in “Seven Khan” story based on the views of Jung and Freud

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    Mirjalaladin Kazazi

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    Haft Khan is, in fact, Rostam’s battle of existential ego with different aspects and negative shades and Anima, to achieve being and perfection. Thus, to enter into his unconsciousness arena, he is forced to get away from the secular world and his conscious entity to the ego and from there to the superego. Obviously after every Khan (In fact, after leaving behind a test in the discharge of their belonging and demonic forces, Rostam returned to the entity and self-aware state again. And again before entering the next Khan, by providing the necessary conditions, he gradually leaves the entity and takes a step toward the superego and the coming test.

  7. How do young people evaluate nuclear energy at nuclear power plant sites? An empirical study; Wie bewerten junge Menschen an Standorten von Kernkraftwerken die Kernenergie? Eine empirische Studie

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    Kretz, Simon [Karlsruher Institut fuer Technologie (KIT), Karlsruhe (Germany). Inst. fuer Geographie und Geooekologie; Kramer, Caroline [Karlsruher Institut fuer Technologie (KIT), Karlsruhe (Germany). Professur fuer Humangeographie

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    How does the younger generation evaluate nuclear power at sites with nuclear power plants? This has been examined at four sites with different decommissioning stages, as the presence of a nuclear power plant in young people's daily life represents a potential employer as well as a potential risk factor. The attitude of this generation will expectedly and sustainably influence the development of communities. The decommissioning of a nuclear power plant is currently, optimistically estimated by different energy supplying companies with a time period of 15 to 20 year. Thus the resident population will deal with this topic until the year 2040. Furthermore the decision on a repository exploration has been sighted for the year 2013. As a final repository will not be ready for operation at that time, communities will have to deal with the storage of radioactive waste in local interim-storage facilities. The next generation has the opportunity to shape their future as well as the future of their community. Nevertheless the preconditions are to stay at the side as well as the political and social engagement of these young people. n order to study this aspect and the opportunities of action of young people, data was gathered by carrying out a standardised survey, interviewing 762 pupils in February 2014.

  8. Violencia pública y castidad privada. El Papa, el rey de España y las mujeres

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    Full Text Available RESUMEN: En una primera parte se aborda cómo la antropología científica «descubrió» que la prohibición del incesto era un fundamento común de todas las reglas de pertenencia a los grupos étnicos, y cómo la influencia del imaginario cristiano de los antropólogos influyó en significativos equívocos. Levi-Strauss fue quien interrelacionó universalidad-naturaleza-cultura, poniendo de manifiesto que era la existencia de dicha prohibición la que posibilitaba una relación armónica naturaleza-cultura. Las relaciones entre derecho, economía y religión hacen del matrimonio una alianza social que se propone construir el grupo. A continuación, se analiza un desarrollo en tres tiempos de lo imaginario simbólico cristiano (Antiguo y Nuevo Testamento, Reforma/Contrarreforma para comprender cuáles han sido los elementos que ponen en peligro la figura paterna y turban la comunicación entre los padres y el hijo/a, que se vinculan con la relación conquistados-conquistadores y con el dogma de la Inmaculada Concepción. Palabras clave·. Cultura protestante, cultura católica, mujeres, relación entre padres e hijos.ABSTRACT: This essays starts with an analytical and critical comment on the «discovery» by Anthropology of the universal rule of incest, prohibition which, according to Levi-Strauss, makes possible a harmonic relationship between nature and culture. This fundamental anthropological concept is a key to understand marriage as a social alliance, at the intersection of law, economy and religion, which contribute to the building of a social group. Drawing on this analytical key, Accati's paper studies the Christian symbolic imagination (comparing the Old and the New Testament, Reformation and Counter-reformation, in connection with the definition and the fight over the dogma of the Virgin Mary's Immaculate Conception and the relationship between Spanish conquerors and the conquered, to understand the elements which undermine the

  9. Escritos sobre Hitchcock: notas sobre dos libros : Chabrol Claude y Rohmer Eric, Hitchcock, Buenos Aires, Manantial, 2010, 216 p. Camille Paglia, Los pájaros. Alfred Hitchcock, Barcelona, Gedisa, 2006, 142 p.

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    Alfred Joseph Hitchcock falleció en Los Ángeles el 29 de abril de 1980. En el tiempo transcurrido, su trayectoria no ha dejado de alimentar un amplio caudal de publicaciones y de estudios dedicados a su obra. Figura de culto, tanto entre los cinéfilos como en el imaginario colectivo, es capaz de despertar pasiones desmedidas o rechazos acérrimos, pero difícilmente indiferencia. Gran parte de este reconocimiento se debe a los críticos de Cahiers du cinéma, quienes con sus escritos reivindic...

  10. New insights into life and death of the self-styled estonian embryologist, Louis Sébastien Marie de Tredern de Lézerec (1780-1818) / Jean-Claude Beetschen, Pierre Baudrier

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    Beetschen, Jean-Claude

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    L. S. M. de Tredern de Lézerec´i teadustööst embrüoloogina (kuni 1809). K. E. Von Beari katsetest leida de Trederni kohta teavet, artikli autorite leitud uusi andmeid tema elukäigust aastatel 1802-1818, sh tegevusest Mazarini raamatukogus (1813-1816)

  11. Ferrié Jean-Noël et Santucci Jean-Claude (dir., Dispositifs de démocratisation et dispositifs autoritaires en Afrique du Nord, CNRS Editions, 2006, 196 p.

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    Lahouari Addi

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available Voici un ouvrage de science politique des États Nord Africains dense, cohérent et remarquablement homogène, compte-tenu de son caractère collectif. Composé de sept contributions couvrant le Maroc, l’Algérie, la Tunisie et l’Egypte, il débute sur une substantielle introduction, où les coordinateurs esquissent le cadre théorique de la construction de l’objet de la science politique dans cette région. Ils évoquent avec raison les analyses produites par le CRESM (Centre de recherches et d’études ...

  12. On 28 April, CERN welcomed Jean-Claude Petit, director of programmes of the Commissariat á l'Energie Atomique (CEA) in France, and Olivier Pagezy, finance director of the CEA.

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    They visited the assembly hall for the CMS experiment, the COMPASS experiment and the test facilities for the LHC magnets. They are pictured (no 01) in the ATLAS cavern with Peter Jenni, ATLAS spokesman, and Gabriele Fioni, CEA deputy director of programmes

  13. Genre et stéréotypage médiatique: du procès des médias aux processus psycho-sociaux de facilitation ou de réactance

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    Claude Chabrol

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Les discours sociaux publiquement produits dans les sociétés occidentales contemporaines mettent en oeuvre des opérations de stéréotypages qui évoquent des représentations bien connues et parfois opposées, conformes ou non aux catégorisations psycho-sociales profondes. Leurs fonctions premières ne semblent pas être de renforcer les catégorisations de genre les plus traditionnelles ou de promouvoir leurs avatars modernes opposés, mais bien plutôt de les rendre compatibles entre elles, au risque de les vider de leurs significations premières au profit d’un Imaginaire social qui les concilierait toutes à la façon dont les mythes tentaient eux aussi pour Levi Strauss d’opérer une conciliation et un dépassement de représentations sociales contraires dans les sociétés antérieures. Ces discours suscitent aussi des phénomènes importants de résistance dits de “reactance”. Des psychologues proposent aussi de renforcer la résistance à cette persuasion qu’ils ont d’ailleurs souvent étudiée de près.

  14. Transformation of dwelling culture based on riverine community in Musi River Palembang

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    Wicaksono, Bambang; Siswanto, Ari; Kusdiwanggo, Susilo; Anwar, Widya Fransiska Febriati

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    Palembang City development since the Palembang Darussalam Sultanate era to the reformation era has impact on the living culture community, less of the raft houses, houses on stilts transformed into a terraced house, and the house became the dominant land. Dwelling Culture oriented on transformation of river become land-oriented. The development has leaving identity, character, and potential of the riverine architecture and dwelling life of river. The goals of study are to describe a case and revealing the meaning of dwelling cultural transformation in Musi River society from the process of cultural acculturation and investigate the architectural aspect from the form of house and modes of dwelling through the structuralism approach. The data collection is conducted qualitatively by using data collection techniques such as observation, interview, literature study, whereas the method of analysis, is a method that is done through Levi-Strauss structuralism approach that identifies all the elements of community thought in a systematic procedure. The results showed the structure behind the orientation, position, shape, and layout of dwelling revealed through the meanings in it. It means, the change and development from cultural acculturation process which oriented in the land dwelling, based on structure thinking of Palembang society.

  15. Quelles pratiques sémiotiques pour quelles médiations ?

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    Anne Hénault

    2017-06-01

    ABSTRACT: In January 1963, Paul Ricœur was very interested in structuralism to which he had already devoted important readings (Rome, Entretiens Castelli. In June 1963, during a heated debate with C. Levi-Strauss, under the Esprit Journal, Ricœur developed a violent rejection of structural thought, and his resentment will endure until his last work, devoted to History, in 2002. Initially (up to 1979, this anathema was also aimed at A. J. Greimas and his semiotics. Then, following a series of university meetings and public debates with Greimas, Ricœur came to a complete change of view of Greimas's works, to the point of intimacy, at the last public debate between them (In 1989, not to use the pretext of his research on the semiotics of the passions to distance himself from his first semiotics (that which from the Sémantique structurale to the Dictionnaire comes to be known as "standard semiotics". After this, Ricœur explicitly formulated the idea that standard semiotics had elaborated a new rationality, the explanatory power of which was authentically "theoretical" and therefore scientific, which led him to admit that the semiotic explanation could be revealed necessary even in the field of Hermeneutics, in order to reach a more exact level of understanding.

  16. What are genres good for? Divisions, demarcations and classifications in structural and cognitive anthropology, on the example of music culture

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    Bojan Žikić

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available Levi-Strauss’s theoretical-methodological "legatee" – anthropological structuralism was one of the most important theoretical frameworks used in cognitive anthropology. Since it was sometimes too abstract for ‘practical’ minds, trained in British-American empirical traditions, Levi-Strauss thought was mediated through the works of British structural-functionalist, particularly those of Mary Douglas and Edmund Leach, who established its premises as a kind of contextualised particularism of the unquestioned universalism. Ideas about the way in which human cultural mind functions, is one of the corner stones of cognitive anthropology, which cognitive anthropology shares with structural anthropology, and from which cognitive anthropology actually inherits what it shares with structural anthropology – this sounds properly structural – that is: an interest in the processes of division, demarcation and classification in a sense of cultural management of a perceived surrounding reality. An example for such analysis, that I use in this paper, is music, or more precisely music culture, an expression that I use in order to imply that the affinity to a type of music, or musical genre should be understood in a sense of a particular cultural way of thinking and acting.

  17. Powtórne stworzenie świata

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    Ewelina Chodakowska

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available Szymon Wróbel’s considerations are situated at the intersection of philosophy, psychoanalysis and politics. The author uses the term “retroactivity” (nachträglich, known from the writings of Freud, to describe the way in which the individual transforms experiences from the past in their memory, reworks them, and gives them a new meaning, congruent with current needs and expectations. This also applies to reading, each of which fits in the project which the reader realises. Lektury retroaktywne (Retroactive readings is a constant and often surprising clash of many different - authors’ concepts, regardless of their origins: a game of questions and answers challenged immediately by new questions. This philosophy must be a dialogue – hence its dramatic nature. Wróbel recalls, confronts and deconstructs the texts of such thinkers as Thucydides, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Nietzsche, Foucault, Levi-Strauss, Chomsky and Piaget. He also acquaints the reader with significant diagnoses of philosophers associated with speculative realism.

  18. Did "Kin-based societies" Exist? On the (DeConstruction of an Anthropological Concept

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    Zorica Ivanović

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    Full Text Available Concept of a ‘kin-based society’ relies on the assumption that, in stateless societies, kinship served as a fundamental and sufficient principle of social and political organization. Developed within the evolutionary paradigm, this concept has acquired different forms during the discipline’s history, depending on the theoretical orientation of various anthropologists and their understanding of the notion of ‘kinship’. Speaking from significantly different theoretical positions, anthropologists ranging from Rivers to Malinowski and Radcliffe- Brown, to Evans-Pritchard, Fortes and Levi-Strauss, all maintained that kinship formed a basis of social organization, although they did not always agree on the definition of the concept and the type of kinship relations that had this special quality of integrating and organizing the whole of society. The debates were primarily about whether it was consanguinity or affinity that served as a fundamental factor of forming and reproducing social relations. As modern anthropology rejects the idea that kinship relations can form the basis for social, economic and political integration in any type of society, including those without the state, class or caste system, this article considers the assumptions underpinning the construction of the concept witch for long played such an important role in the discipline’s knowledge but later came to be seriously challenged.

  19. Constructing a bricolage of nursing research, education and practice.

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    Warne, T; McAndrew, S

    2009-11-01

    Drawing upon post doctoral reflections of a shared methodology, the authors explore the use of bricolage as a way of better understanding the inter-related connections between theory, nursing practice and the felt experiences of service users. The origins of bricolage can be traced back to the work of Levi-Strauss, and Denzin and Lincoln's contribution to qualitative methodologies. Bricolage is a multifaceted approach to the research process. Differing epistemological positions and mixed methods of data collection are utilised to bring a richer understanding of human beings and the complexities of their lived experiences. For the bricoleur the object of inquiry, cannot be separated from its context, that is the language used to describe it, its historical situatedness and the social and cultural interpretations of its meaning as an entity in the world. The paper discusses the importance of being able to move beyond the notion of the research method being merely a procedure, to one that respects the complexities of the lived world.

  20. Dispute resolution by Courts and Dispute resolution in court. Partners or rivals?

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    Kristin Hero

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available This session of the workshop was dedicated to alternative dispute resolutions (ADR, which consists of dispute resolution processes and techniques through which disagreeing parties come to an agreement without having to litigate. Despite historic resistance, over the years ADR has gained widespread acceptance among both the general public and the legal profession. In the discussion there was a specific emphasis on mediation and arbitration. Kathrin Nitschmann, a lawyer and mediator from Saarbruecken, Germany, talked about “Professionalisation in mediation”. In addition to participation aspects she determined both the risks and the perspectives of professionalization in mediation. Luigi Cominelli, Assistant Professor of Sociology of Law at the University of Milan, Italy, reported on “Regulating Mediation in the EU”. He described the history of regulating mediation in the EU as well as domestic regulations since the beginning of modern mediation movement in the western world since the 1970s. Claude Witz, a French civil law professor at the University of Saarland, Germany, referred to “His experience in arbitration.” After highlighting some aspects of his experience, he pointed out the importance of arbitration in international commercial disputes. Alec Stone Sweet, Leitner Professor of Law, Politics, and International Studies, Yale Law School, United States, was reporting on “Arbitration and judicialization.” Initially, he presented arbitration as a triadic dispute resolution and then focused on judizialization in arbitration. Sir David Edward, former Judge of the Court of Justice of the European Communities and Professor Emeritus of the School of Law of the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom, spoke about “The view of an arbitrator.” While elaborating on multiple reasons for ADR, he honed focus on mediation and arbitration. Finally Heike Jung, Professor Emeritus of Penal Law of the University of the Saarland, Germany

  1. Recension: Mao - The Unknown Story

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    Clausen, Søren

    2005-01-01

    Anmeldelse - kritisk! - til Sveriges førende Kinatidsskrift af Jung Chang & Jon Halliday's sensationelle "Mao - the Unknown Story".......Anmeldelse - kritisk! - til Sveriges førende Kinatidsskrift af Jung Chang & Jon Halliday's sensationelle "Mao - the Unknown Story"....

  2. 神話を発展させる : 『ヨブヘの答え』におけるユングのキリスト教再解釈

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    1997-01-01

    Recent research into C. G. Jung has shown that Jung's thought was unique and that Freud's influence was, in fact, not crucial. Jung's thought can best be understood, therefore, in the context of his life as a whole. Drawing from his autobiography and other materials published after his death, we now know that Jung, from childhood, was motivated to integrate his split personality. This split generated his two modes of experiencing religion - traditional Christianity and his particular experien...

  3. 76 FR 1182 - Determination of System Attributes for the Tracking and Tracing of Prescription Drugs; Public...

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    2011-01-07

    ... heading of this document. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Connie Jung, Office of the Commissioner, Food...: connie.jung@fda.hhs.gov . SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: I. Background Since the formation of the first... accommodations due to a disability, please contact Connie Jung (see FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT) at least 7...

  4. INTRODUCTION to Special Edition of JAP on the 'Who is My Jung?' conference held at the British Library in October 2017 to mark the 40th Anniversary of the foundation of the Association of Jungian Analysts (AJA).

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    Williams, Ruth

    2018-06-01

    The paper reviews the processes which went into the creation of an exceptionally comprehensive conference on Jungian analysis and psychology. The conference brought together all five of the constituent societies based in London of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP). The personal nature of the conference contributions is highlighted together with observations about the passage from spoken to written modes. The idea of 'conference space' is reviewed and this leads to a discussion of the often overlooked benign role of conferences in professional life. © 2018, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  5. Wer sich den Göttern widersetzt, der stirbt jung : Untersuchung der Unvermeidbarkeit des Suizids in Die Leiden des jungen Werthers hinsichtlich der Strömung des „Sturm und Drang“

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    Der Ausgang des Romans Die Leiden des Jungen Werther (1774, von Johann Wolfgang von Goethe) wird beim ersten Anblick oft als tragische Folge einer unglücklichen und unerwiderten Liebe zu Lotte angesehen. In dieser vorliegenden Arbeit wird der weit erforschten Frage der Unvermeidbarkeit des Suizids im Werk eine alternative Deutung geliefert. Diese ist außerhalb des Romans angesiedelt, und zeigt, dass der Suizid schon in der Epoche angelegt ist.

  6. Review: Angela Kaupp (2005. Junge Frauen erzählen ihre Glaubensgeschichte. Eine qualitativ-empirische Studie zur Rekonstruktion der narrativen religiösen Identität katholischer junger Frauen [Young Women Tell Their Story of Faith

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    Full Text Available In her dissertation on religious pedagogy, Angela KAUPP examines the part played by religiousness in the life stories of young women brought up as Catholics in Germany. The categories of gender and religiousness are still neglected fields in youth studies and KAUPP's readable study closes a gap in research on religious and social-scientific research on pedagogy. The interviewees consider gender and religiousness to be independent and to have few implications for their life stories. They attribute high importance to religious communication, relations and spaces as part of formal and informal religious settings such as the liturgy and prayer groups. KAUPP's work indicates that biographical research is a promising method for the exploration of the development of young adults' identities in the context of religiousness and gender. URN: urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs0701183

  7. Der Umgang mit den beschlagnahmten Kunstwerken aus Schlössern des ehemaligen Herrscherhauses Habsburg-Lothringen. Ein Dilemma für die junge Tschechoslowakische Republik nach 1918

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    Uhlíková, Kristina

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    Roč. 70, 1/2 (2016), s. 232-245 ISSN 0029-9626 Institutional support: RVO:68378033 Keywords : Archduke Franz Ferdinand d´Este * history of monument preservation * castles Subject RIV: AL - Art, Architecture, Cultural Heritage

  8. America's Stonehenge, (A.S.), Its "Window into the Past," Jung's "Reincarnations," and Problems Like "A Wonderful Mind" Are Associated With Time-recurret Natural Phenomena Monitored By Native Americans Impacting Religous Zealotry.

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    Alexander, Kimbereley E.; McLeod, Roger D.

    2002-04-01

    Phenomena detected at A.S. in North Salem, N.H. are associated with: positive ionic charges, inclement weather, periodicities that are daily, weekly, earth-moon related, but not with the full moon, seasonal annual and longer cyclicities, exceedingly faint lotus-blossom-blue light "tubes" traveling along electromagnetic field (EMF) lines, incorrect beliefs about reincarnation, and a multitude of aspects of schizophrenia as popularized in the movie "A Wonderful Mind". EgyptAir Flight 990, 10/99, documented approximately 90 seconds of the copilot's repeated phrase "I rely on God." Spiritual Gnostic, Cathar-Amerindian mistaken "reincarnations" and other esoteric mystical visions and unions, teenagers or other psychologically bizarre behaviors and all of the above are related to detectable or documented time variations of the EMF; Amerindians say schizoid behavior, supernatural beings, or advanced ideas are "Manitou" aspects of the Great Spirit, our EMF!

  9. Historical Psychology in Boris Mironov’s “Russian Empire”

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    Vladimir A. Shkuratov

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available According to Vladimir Shkuratov, the contradictions in the development of historical psychology are associated with the fundamental methodological difference between the two modern disciplines of the humanities and social sciences: the historian works with the documents of the past, psychologists with instrumental and test data on living people. Combining the two cognitive systems into a sustainable system of scientific research has so far been unsuccessful. This explains Mironov’s appeal in the book “Russian Empire” to the sociological classic of the second half of the 19th to the early 20th century – Durkheim’s doctrine of collective representations. The latter is supplemented by the customary dichotomy of “primitive mentality”/“rational mentality” in the wording of L. Levy-Bruhl. Shkuratov notes that, in parallel with the initial thesis that the collective representations of peasants in the 18th to the first half of the 19th centuries conformed to the Christian ideal, an antithesis was formed about the mythological type of consciousness of rural and urban folk. “Mythologiques,” according to L. Levy-Bruhl and C. Levi-Strauss, belong to primitive peoples, while Christianity is part of the genealogy of European rationality. Because of this, Shkuratov proposes a separation of traditionalism from the archaic and a consideration of the Russian mentality in the relationship of three or more socio-cultural orders. Evaluating Mironov’s monograph as a whole, Shkuratov believes that the enormous historical and empirical material of the book confirms the idea of the forward movement of the economy, public administration, social structure, wealth, and Russian culture from the beginning of the 18th century to 1917.

  10. Structuralistic Analysis of the Poem “The Stone Chat” by Taufeeq Rafat in perspective of Binary Opposition

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    Bushra Munawar

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available The aim of this research study is to apply Structuralism (a Linguistic movement related to scientific study of words as signs as a theoretical framework on the poem “The Stone Chat” by Taufiq Rafat, a prominent Pakistani poet. The study focuses on, presenting Structuralistic analysis (relation between sign and signifier of the selected text, as proposed by the Swiss Structuralist, De Saussure. Besides, this paper particularly is a textual analysis of a Pakistani piece of poetry by application of linguistic concept of binary opposites (paired opposite as proposed by a Linguist Levi-Strauss (a linguist in his book Structuralist Anthropology, (1950. The searching of text for binary oppositions is the targeted endeavor of this study with the focus to analyze how far they are skillfully and contextually positioned in this poem. Hence, the researchers intend to focus on the antithetical forces and binary ideas present in the text. The close textual analysis of the poem is aimed at in this context, since The Stone Chat has antithetical ideas in abundance. Furthermore, the proposed study underhand, focuses upon bringing to foreground the syntagmatic relation (concept of chain between signifiers as they are employed in linguistic framework or pattern of this poem. Besides, to the fact how text (signifiers acts and reacts (contradicts to its linguistic framework, this paper aims to analyze the variations in tone, attitude and thinking perspectives of speaker in the poem. Furthermore, the close textual analysis, descriptive and interpretive methods as research techniques have been utilized in this study. This research study is likely to contribute to fields of Linguistics, Literary theory and Pakistani literature as a distinct genre.

  11. Donating is a market (of debt

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    Alain Marie

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available Starting out from a rereading of Marcel Mauss’s groundbreaking study “The Gift” (1924 and its successive reworkings by Levi-Strauss and Bourdieu, and drawing on fieldwork from Africa, this paper proposes another interpretation of the phenomenon of gift-giving as a central modality for the circulation of goods and wealth in community-based societies. Hitherto, most explanations have retained a theoretical core according to which any “generous” exchange – being subject to the obligation to give, to receive and ultimately to reciprocate the gift – could only be governed by a non-economic logic (or, at least, one that negates its utilitarian dimension: a logic that symbolizes and reproduces social bonds, signs of power and prestige, and the relationship between men and their gods.Here, the analysis picks up the problem by taking a simple observation: community-based societies are mutual funds. The exchange of gift and deferred counter-gift are the functional equivalent of modern systems of insurance, social security and mutual credit schemes. They are thus subject to a logic of debt, which derives its strength from its economic utility and from the constraining power of the moral obligation of reciprocity that binds together creditors and debtors (all of whom are keenly aware of their personal interests!. The community is therefore a debt market, regulated by the constant flow of their transactions.Today, however, rising inequalities are causing that market to dry up. The time has come for the predatory state and its oligarchies to pay their debts toward the poor, whose community-based systems of solidarity can no longer provide them with effective protection.

  12. In regard to Levi-Strauss’s "motive of oblivion". Structure of disturbed communication and styles of thoughts in transitory Serbia

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    Full Text Available This paper starts with Levi-Strauss’s semantic concept that consists of oblivion, misunderstanding, indiscretion and nostalgia. Through his analysis of North American and Greek myths, Levi-Strauss concluded that "semantic filed of oblivion" has an important meaning especially in the construction of particular rules and rituals; or, in other words, it has an important part in the introduction of culture to the nature of cognitive and social processes. After the introduction of concept Structure of disturbed communication and some corrections to the Levi-Strauss’s concept, I start with the proposition that the period of transition represents unstable and ‘slippery’ time in which society negotiates different meanings. That is the time when different styles of thoughts, represented by different and powerful groups that have an impact on current social, political and ideological processes, compete with each other fighting for supremacy. Their field of communication can be seen as a field of "disturbed communication", which in the final instance has a normative function: to reinforce and regulate certain attitudes, ideas and knowledge. This is achieved through the narratives which symbolise a community of newly established order in the moment of its supposed sociohistorical stabilisation. Finally, combining two different theoretical models – Levi-Strauss’s one described above with Greimas’s ideas about structures of modes of veridiction, this paper predicts chances of particular paradigmatic forms of thought in transitory Serbia to became dominant modes of thought, despite of their current low visibility in the public sphere. In mythical terms, it seems though that their domineering efforts are predetermined to success or fail, since they position themselves according to the laws immanent to these structures themselves, which on their part a priori position these structures as powerful orpowerless, influential or non

  13. Collective Review: Sandor S. Feldman (1959). Mannerisms of Speech and Gestures in Everyday Life / David McNeill (Ed.) (2000). Language and Gesture / Jan Bremmer & Herman Rooddenburg (Eds.) (1991). A Cultural History of Gesture. From Antiquity to the Present Day / Jean-Claude Schmitt (1992). Die Logik der Gesten im europäischen Mittelalter

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    Language and gestures are traditionally viewed. New approaches try to combine them and see language and gesture as produced by interacting, and embodied minds challenge our understanding of what language is. I try to remind readers of the work by Sandor S. FELDMAN who as a psychoanalyst began to observe gestural manierisms of his patients and considered them a "window to the mind". This formulation than is used by psycholinguist McNEILL, editor of a volume focusing on this theme half a centur...

  14. Sammelbesprechung: Sandor S. Feldman (1959). Mannerisms of Speech and Gestures in Everyday Life / David McNeill (Hrsg.) (2000). Language and Gesture / Jan Bremmer & Herman Rooddenburg (Hrsg.) (1991). A Cultural History of Gesture. From Antiquity to the Present Day / Jean-Claude Schmitt (1992). Die Logik der Gesten im europäischen Mittelalter

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    2002-01-01

    Sprache und Gestik werden traditionell getrennt gesehen (verbales und averbales Verhalten). Neuere Ansätze jedoch erkennen ihre unauflösliche Verbundenheit an und sehen Sprache und Gestik als "Körpern in Interaktion" hervorgebracht. Das fordert zu einem völlig neuen Verständnis von beidem heraus. Ich versuche an die älteren Arbeiten des Psychoanalytikers Sandor S. FELDMAN zu erinnern, der gestische Manierismen seiner Patienten beobachtete und sie als Zugang zu ihren seelischen Konflikten ansa...

  15. Hearing of Mrs Marie-Pierre Comets and Mr Marc Sanson, commissioners of the Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN), as well as Mrs Marie-Claude Dupuis, general manager of the National Agency for the management of radioactive wastes (ANDRA), on the nuclear events in Cadarache

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    Representatives of the French Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN, Autorite de Surete Nucleaire) and of the French National Agency for the Management of Radioactive Wastes (ANDRA, Agence nationale pour la gestion des dechets radioactifs) answer questions about an incident which occurred in a workshop, where MOx fuel was produced and which is now being dismantled. It appeared that the amount of plutonium present in the gloveboxes has been largely under-assessed: 8 kg were expected, 22 kg of plutonium have already been recovered, and finally 39 kg might be recovered by the end the dismantling operations. Other issues are addressed like the ANDRA's projects of radioactive material geological storage, their technical and institutional aspects, and then again about the late declaration of the Cadarache incident

  16. Psychic energy and synchronicity.

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    Zabriskie, Beverley

    2014-04-01

    Given Jung's interest in physics' formulations of psychic energy and the concept of time, overlaps and convergences in the themes addressed in analytical psychology and in quantum physics are to be expected. These are informed by the active intersections between the matter of mind and mindfulness re matter. In 1911, Jung initiated dinners with Einstein. Jung's definition of libido in the pivotal 1912 Fordham Lectures reveals the influence of these conversations. Twenty years later, a significant period in physics, Wolfgang Pauli contacted Jung. Their collaboration led to the theory of synchronicity. © 2014, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  17. "Christofest" New Yorgi Central Parkis / Rael Artel

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    12. II 2005. a. avatakse Christo ja Jeanne-Claude'i keskkonnainstallatsioon "The Gates" New Yorgi Central Parkis. Paralleelselt toimub Metropolitan Muuseumis näitus "Christo and Jeanne-Claude : The Gates, Central Park, New York", kus eksponeeritakse Central Parki installatsiooni ettevalmistavaid materjale: joonistusi, diagramme, fotosid jne

  18. Christo kuldab Manhattani vaateid / Johannes Saar

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    Gabrovost pärit prantsuse-ameerika kunstniku Christo (Christo Vladimirov Javacheff) ja tema kaasa Jeanne-Claude'i (Jeanne-Claude de Guillebon) projekt "Väravad" New Yorgi Central Park'is. Kunstnikepaaril on kavas palistada kõik pargirajad viie meetri kõrguste väravaraamistikega, millel ripuvad kirkad oranzhid kangad. Toimumisaeg 12.-27. veebruar 2005

  19. Operational art in the Defense: The German Abwehrschlachten in 1918

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    Siegismund, 1937), 74. 21 Jacob Jung, Max von Gallwitz (1852-1937) (Osnabrück: Biblio -Verlag, 1995), 93 & 97. 22 Erich Ludendorff, Meine...Goerre-Verlag, 2003. 44 Jung, Jakob. Max von Gallwitz (1852-1937). Osnabrück: Biblio -Verlag, 1995. Kelly, Justin, and Michael J. Brennan. "The

  20. The Relationship of Stated Learning Preferences, Personality Type, and Career Background to Academic and Leadership Performance at the United States Air Command and Staff College

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    1999-12-11

    Kolb envisioned experiential 26 Table 2 Subscales on the NASSP Learning Styles Profile Cognitive Styles Perceptual Responses Analytic Skill...Research Type Theory and Learning Preferences Jung and the Theory of Psychological Types Isabel Briggs Myers’ Contribution to Jung’s Work The Myers...Implications Recommendations for Further Study Summary of Specific Conclusions Discussion Grounded Curriculum Learning Preferences Type Theory Student

  1. Genetics Home Reference: McLeod neuroacanthocytosis syndrome

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    ... Castiglioni C, Oechsner M, Goebel HH, Heppner FL, Jung HH. McLeod myopathy revisited: more neurogenic and less ... 130(Pt 12):3285-96. Citation on PubMed Jung HH, Danek A, Frey BM. McLeod syndrome: a ...

  2. Comment on Dynamic plasma screening effects on semiclassical inelastic electron ion collisions in dense plasmas [Phys. Plasmas 4, 21 (1997)

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    1997-01-01

    Jung's analysis of dynamics screening appears to be flawed by attempting to patch many-body effects into a single-body theory and a more rigorous foundation is necessary. Jung's result and dynamical screening have been previously analyzed many times

  3. Sadhana | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Sadhana. A Jung. Articles written in Sadhana. Volume 28 Issue 1-2 February-April 2003 pp 147-165. Thermomechanical fatigue – Damage mechanisms and mechanism-based life prediction methods · H-J Christ A Jung H J Maier R Teteruk · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. An existing extensive ...

  4. Journal of Biosciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Jin Jeon Sae-Gwang Park Su-Kil Seo Jung Sik Choi Sung-Jae Park Eun Bo Shim Il-Whan Choi Won-Kyo Jung · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Marine algae have been utilized in food as well as medicine products for a variety of purposes.

  5. "The Other Half" of Education: Unconscious Education of Children

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    2012-01-01

    Ideas about child education are inevitably underpinned by particular views of children, including their nature and development. The purpose of this paper is to discuss C. G. Jung's account of child education in relation to his psychological theory and view of children. However, as Jung's theory predominantly concerns the psychological development…

  6. Fenomena Pergeseran Konflik Pemikiran Islam dari Tradisionalis vs Modernis ke Fundamentalis vs Liberalis

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    Khoirul Huda

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available A new mode of religious conflict has emerged in Indonesia following the fall of the old regime in the country. The conflict in point is that between the fundamentalists and the liberals, one that means that the nuance of the conflict is no longer organizational any more than it is ideological. We now rarely hear about the conflicts between the traditionalists and the modernists, just as we now rarely are capable of differentiating their basic tenets. The difference between the two has now become to a large extent vague. In the meantime, conflicts are now taking place between the fundamentalists and the liberals on almost regular basis. Hence, we hear the conflict for example between the FUUI and Ulil Abshar Abdalla who received death threat from the afro-mentioned organization. And also the so-called Monas Tragedy, which for some reflects the real tension between the two currents of thought. This paper is designed to analyze this conflictual phenomenon and the implication that may emerge thereof by using the Poststructural theory, which is the continuation of the structuralist theory of Levi-Strauss. What we mean by the Post-structural theory is that which is developed by Michel Foucault (d. 1984 where he speaks of the archeology of knowledge and the genealogy of power. In Foucault’s theory, the former is to do with the organization of documents, their classification, their distribution and management in an orderly manner so as to enable us to differentiate between which are relevant and which are not. This theory is also about describing the so-called relations among elements of social phenomena. The latter in the meantime is to do with the analysis of the historical relationship between power and discourse. It concerns with the analysis of the trajectories of a discourse and its practices, and its relationship with what he calls the regime of truth that claims to have the pseudonaturalistic and global implication. This theory deals with the

  7. La fotografia ai tempi della «realtà aumentata» - Photography in the era of «augmented reality»

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    Vincenzo Esposito

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available Photography at the time of augmented reality is no longer analogic. It has replaced the silver salts with the computer’s pixels. It has become (could become the terminal of a hypertext system that can offer to the viewer an infinite number of links. It has become a hyperphotography. Every spot of its surface can become the source of an interpretive itinerary of what is represented on it. An anthropological hyperphotography is based on the idea of augmented reality which enriches it with other media: movies, audio recordings, other photographs or images, comments. The itinerary proposed by a photo augmented reality is no longer linear. In fact it is not even a path but a multiplicity of possible paths. It is an open itinerary that leaves to the photo viewer the freedom to decide the visual pathway and the possibility expand it with the addition of new materials also heterogeneous in nature. The hermeneutical advantages of such a system of images are obvious. For example, each photographed subject can emancipate itself from the silence of its stillness. The pixels that form it can link it not only to other digitized material but also to a self-managed web space where everyone can interact and provide their version of the events. An area of digital remediation of meanings understood as the ability of a medium to contain different other media that contribute to increase the meaning of the image. Starting from the studies of Bolter and Grusin on augmented reality and on the possibility offered to communication by the technologies of digital rimediation, revised in the light of the considerations of Benjamin, Levi- Strauss, de Martino, Fontcuberta, Ritchin, Baudrillard, Geertz, Clifford and other authors, this article discusses the potentials, the limits and the dangers of a medium which, through the production of «of reality», all along represents an anchorage to ethnographic research. In view of these possibilities, digital photography will be

  8. Fjernsynet som shaman: Om store mediebegivenheders transformative virkninger

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    Daniel Dayan

    1988-08-01

    Full Text Available Den direkte transmission af levende begivenheder har altid været TV- mediets særlige styrke, hvad enten det drejer sig om fodboldkampe, Lørdagskanalen eller kongebrylluper. Medieforskerne har da også interesseret sig for fjernsynets formidling af sportsbegivenheder og der er blevet lavet analyser af Kanaludsendelserne. Men hverken i Danmark eller andre steder har forskerne fundet det interessant at undersøge de store, ceremonielle mediebegivenheder. Det er Dayan & Katz´ projekt at udfylde dette tomrum i medie- og kul- turforskningen: Hvad er det, der fascinerer millioner ved disse TV- ceremonier, der ofte ikke blot henvender sig til et enkelt lands seere, men transmitteres til og ses af store dele af verden? Hvordan fungere disse begivenheder - hvad enten det drejer sig om Præsident Kennedys begravelse, Sadats besøg i Jerusalem, Månelandingen eller Watergate- høringerne - ideologisk, og hvilke interesser tjener de dermed i den politiske offentlighed? I denne artikel, der er et bearbejdet uddrag af den bog, projektet skal munde ud i, beskæftiger Dayan & Katz sig især med det de kalder "transformative" mediebegivenheder, dvs. TV-ceremonier der markerer, at et samfund står ved en tærskel mellem den herskende orden og en ny mulig orden, og som selv er et aktivt og aktiverende bidrag til forvand- lingen af kulturelle opfattelser og værdier. Artiklens perpektiv er udpræget tværvidenskabeligt, idet der trækkes på såvel kulturantropologiske (Levi-Strauss, Geertz, Turner som filosofiske (Bakhtin, Baudrillard, sprogteoretiske (Austin og traditionelt samfunds- videnskabelige/mediesociologiske (Boorstin arbejder. I artiklens første halvdel foretages der en afgrænsning af transformative over for andre ceremonielle begivenheder. I anden halvdel gennemgås de fem faser, som udgør transformative begivenheders typiske struktur. Artiklen er bearbejdet af Jørgen Bang og Kim Schrøder. Den er oversat af Kim Schrøder.

  9. The lives of Mary Foote: painter and Jungian.

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    Trousdell, Richard

    2016-11-01

    Mary Foote (1872-1968) was a successful early twentieth century American artist who suddenly closed her New York studio in 1926 to go to Zurich to study with Jung. There she joined his 'Interpretation of Visions' seminars (1930-1934), which she recorded and edited. This work won Jung's praise and his friendship, but all too often Foote was seen merely as a secretary or background figure. Deirdre Bair's biography of Jung suggested that Foote's life and work deserved fuller study, if only to rebalance our view of Jung's early women followers. This paper takes up that work to ask how Foote's early life and career led to her important work in preserving and describing Jung's earliest attempts to apply his theories to clinical practice. © 2016, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  10. Subsurface temperature estimation from climatology and satellite SST for the sea around Korean Peninsula 1Bong-Guk, Kim, 1Yang-Ki, Cho, 1Bong-Gwan, Kim, 1Young-Gi, Kim, 1Ji-Hoon, Jung 1School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Seoul National University

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    Kim, Bong-Guk; Cho, Yang-Ki; Kim, Bong-Gwan; Kim, Young-Gi; Jung, Ji-Hoon

    2015-04-01

    Subsurface temperature plays an important role in determining heat contents in the upper ocean which are crucial in long-term and short-term weather systems. Furthermore, subsurface temperature affects significantly ocean ecology. In this study, a simple and practical algorithm has proposed. If we assume that subsurface temperature changes are proportional to surface heating or cooling, subsurface temperature at each depth (Sub_temp) can be estimated as follows PIC whereiis depth index, Clm_temp is temperature from climatology, dif0 is temperature difference between satellite and climatology in the surface, and ratio is ratio of temperature variability in each depth to surface temperature variability. Subsurface temperatures using this algorithm from climatology (WOA2013) and satellite SST (OSTIA) where calculated in the sea around Korean peninsula. Validation result with in-situ observation data show good agreement in the upper 50 m layer with RMSE (root mean square error) less than 2 K. The RMSE is smallest with less than 1 K in winter when surface mixed layer is thick, and largest with about 2~3 K in summer when surface mixed layer is shallow. The strong thermocline and large variability of the mixed layer depth might result in large RMSE in summer. Applying of mixed layer depth information for the algorithm may improve subsurface temperature estimation in summer. Spatial-temporal details on the improvement and its causes will be discussed.

  11. Experience based on practice to improve the radon-situation in Saxony. A personal retrospect and outlook for young radiation protection engineers; Erfahrungen aus praktischer Taetigkeit zur Verbesserung der Radon-Situation in Sachsen. Ein persoenlicher Rueckblick und Perspektiven fuer junge Strahlenschuetzer

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    Loebner, Walfried

    2015-07-01

    Based on the state of knowledge and international developments concerning the radon situation in dwellings the experiences regarding the improvement of the radon situation in Saxony were described as a personal retrospect of more than 20 years practice. The taken path to control the radon situation in German dwellings has been reflected as a personally point of view. Open questions and controversial issues were named. The practical experiences in handling of radon in dwellings in connection with the remediation activities at uranium mining legacies were described. As conclusions drawn on own activities and insights the future challenges to improve the radon situation in Saxony were outlined. An outlook was directed to the young radiation protection engineers and civil engineers.

  12. Compensatory structural and functional adaptation after radical nephrectomy for renal cell carcinoma according to preoperative stage of chronic kidney disease. Choi DK, Jung SB, Park BH, Jeong BC, Seo SI, Jeon SS, Lee HM, Choi HY, Jeon HG.J Urol. 2015 Oct;194(4):910-5. [Epub 2015 Apr 28]. doi: 10.1016/j.juro.2015.04.093.

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    Jay, Raman; Jung, S B; Park, B H; Jeong, B C; Seo, S I; Jeon, S S; Lee, H M; Choi, H Y; Jeon, H G

    2017-03-01

    We investigated structural hypertrophy and functional hyperfiltration as compensatory adaptations after radical nephrectomy in patients with renal cell carcinoma according to the preoperative chronic kidney disease stage. We retrospectively identified 543 patients who underwent radical nephrectomy for renal cell carcinoma between 1997 and 2012. Patients were classified according to preoperative glomerular filtration rate as no chronic kidney disease-glomerular filtration rate 90ml/min/1.73m 2 or greater (230, 42.4%), chronic kidney disease stage II-glomerular filtration rate 60 to less than 90ml/min/1.73m 2 (227, 41.8%), and chronic kidney disease stage III-glomerular filtration rate 30 to less than 60ml/min/1.73m 2 (86, 15.8%). Computerized tomography performed within 2 months before surgery and 1 year after surgery was used to assess functional renal volume for measuring the degree of hypertrophy of the remnant kidney, and the preoperative and postoperative glomerular filtration rate per unit volume of functional renal volume was used to calculate the degree of hyperfiltration. Among all patients (mean age = 56.0y) mean preoperative glomerular filtration rate, functional renal volume, and glomerular filtration rate/functional renal volume were 83.2ml/min/1.73m 2 , 340.6cm 3 , and 0.25ml/min/1.73m 2 /cm 3 , respectively. The percent reduction in glomerular filtration rate was statistically significant according to chronic kidney disease stage (no chronic kidney disease 31.2% vs. stage II 26.5% vs. stage III 12.8%, P<0.001). However, the degree of hypertrophic functional renal volume in the remnant kidney was not statistically significant (no chronic kidney disease 18.5% vs. stage II 17.3% vs. stage III 16.5%, P = 0.250). The change in glomerular filtration rate/functional renal volume was statistically significant (no chronic kidney disease 18.5% vs. stage II 20.1% vs. stage III 45.9%, P<0.001). Factors that increased glomerular filtration rate/functional renal volume above the mean value were body mass index (P = 0.012), diabetes mellitus (P = 0.023), hypertension (P = 0.015), and chronic kidney disease stage (P<0.001). Patients with a lower preoperative glomerular filtration rate had a smaller reduction in postoperative renal function than those with a higher preoperative glomerular filtration rate due to greater degrees of functional hyperfiltration. Copyright © 2017. Published by Elsevier Inc.

  13. Kunst ja võimuiha / Tõnis Saarts

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    Saarts, Tõnis

    2000-01-01

    Kunstist kui seksuaalsuse (S. Freud) ja võimuiha (F. Nietzsche) sublimatsioonist. F. Nietzsche ideedest F. Nietzsche käsitlust edasi arendades. Diskursiivsest revolutsioonist. Revolutsionäärid olid Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet.

  14. Euroopa kohale koondusid mustad murepilved / Jeroen Bult

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    Bult, Jeroen

    2005-01-01

    Brüsselis toimunud Euroopa Liidu tippkohtumisel arutatud organisatsiooni eelarvearuteludest, Euroopa jagunemisest kahte leeri. Kommenteerivad Luksemburgi peaminister Jean-Claude Juncker, Prantsusmaa president Jacques Chirac ning Poola peaminister Marek Belka. Lisa: Kahes leeris euroliit

  15. La situation est tout à fait normale

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    Amsler, Claude

    2009-01-01

    At CERN, the source dried up shortly after its launch, but nobody is unemployed. Researchers, like Claude Amsler are only a bit nervous, at the idea of lossing a prestigious race on the last meters. (1 page)

  16. Fulltext PDF

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    - ford University, USA, Claude Cohen-Tannoudji of College de France and Ecole. Normale Superieure, France and William D Phillips of the National Institute of. Standards and Technology, Maryland, USA for development of methods to cool.

  17. The Reliability and Validity of the Outcome Rating Scale: A Replication Study of a Brief Clinical Measure

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    Bringhurst, David L; Watson, Curtis W; Miller, Scott D; Duncan, Barry L

    2004-01-01

    ... (Miller, Duncan, Brown, Sparks, AND Claud, 2003). This article reports the findings of an independent replication study evaluating the reliability and concurrent validity of the ORS as studied in a non-clinical sample...

  18. Near-peer mentorship for undergraduate training in Ugandan ...

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    Near-peer mentorship for undergraduate training in Ugandan medical schools: views of undergraduate students. Godfrey Zari Rukundo, Aluonzi Burani, Jannat Kasozi, Claude Kirimuhuzya, Charles Odongo, Catherine Mwesigwa, Wycliff Byona, Sarah Kiguli ...

  19. Eesti firmad saavad laenu nii palju, kui eraisikud on valmis säästma / Mikk Salu

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    Salu, Mikk, 1975-

    2009-01-01

    Pangad eelistavad laenamise asemel koguda raha, sääste, suurendada oma likviidsust ja omakapitali. Euroopa Keskpanga presidendi Jean-Claude Trichet' arvates süvendab kapitali kogumine finantsturul levivat rahvuslikku protektsionismi

  20. Working at a Ferranti-Argus graphics display linked to a CDC 6600

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    1975-01-01

    The photo shows a Ferranti-Argus graphics display linked to a CDC 6600 computer running one of the first interactive graphics packages for physics analysis. The people around are Jean-Claude Marin, Harry Renshall and Emilio Pagiola (right).

  1. The idea factory: Bell Labs and the great age of American innovation

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    Gertner, Jon

    2012-01-01

    .... And at its heart this is a story about a small group of brilliant and eccentric men including Mervin Kelly, Bill Shockley, Claude Shannon, John Pierce, and Bill Baker who spent their careers at Bell Labs...

  2. Minister Bibeau announces appointments of IDRC's President and ...

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    2018-05-04

    May 4, 2018 ... Today the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International ... Jean Lebel will strengthen the Centre's position as a global leader on research for ... Shainoor is the founder and managing director of Better Business ...

  3. 30. III avati rahvusraamatukogu VI korruse trepigaleriis...

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    2004-01-01

    Näitus "Euroopa XVII sajandi sügavtrükigraafika Eesti Rahvusraamatukogus". Avamisele eelnes kuraator Jüri Haini loeng. Kunstnike hulgas on prantslased Jacques Callot, Claude Vignon, itaallased Salvatore Rosa, Stefano della Bella jt.

  4. Pariis kui uus peatus inimese teekonnal / Katre Talviste

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    Talviste, Katre

    2003-01-01

    Karl Ristikivi "Inimese teekonna" tõlkest prantsuse keelde ("Chemin terrestre", tõlkija Tarah Montbélialtz, pseud, kirj. La Guillotine, Pariis, 2002). Ka Claude Merlini ja Ene Rämmeldi lavastusest "Inimese teekond"

  5. Disainmööbel Roche Bobois, kokteil sarmist ja romantikast / Reet Krause

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    Krause, Reet, 1967-

    2004-01-01

    Luksuslikku kodumööblit tootvast prantsuse firmast. Firma disainerid itaallased Paola Navone ja Massimo Iosa Ghini, Vladimir Kagan, Hans Hopper ja prantslased Jean Claude Magirard ja Sylvain Joly. Philippe Roche ja disainer Hans Hopperi kommentaar

  6. Autoriks olemise julgusest / Jüri Ehlvest

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    Ehlvest, Jüri, 1967-2006

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    Peter Shafferi 'Must komöödia', lav. Aivar Tommingas ja Jean Anouilh', Paul Claudeli (oratoorium "Jeanne tuleriidal") ning Mati Undi 'Lõoke taeva all' Vanemuise teatris. Vastukaja: Tonts, Anu. Pimedusest ja inkvisitsioonist. // Postimees (1997) 29. jaan., lk. 16

  7. 76 FR 45570 - Consumer Advisory Committee

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    2011-07-29

    ... Consumer Action Network--Claude Stout Digital Policy Institute--Barry Umansky Hearing Loss Association of...--Debra Berlyn (Chairperson) Native Public Media--Dr. Traci Morris Rochester Institute of Technology--Raja...

  8. Reshuffle lifts French synchrotron hopes

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    McCabe, H

    2000-01-01

    The sacking of Claude Allegre as research minister has raised doubts over the level of France's promised participation in the construction of Diamond but reawakened French hopes that the synchrotron Soleil may now be built (1 page).

  9. Psychology and alchemy

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    Jung, C G

    2010-01-01

    Alchemy is central to Jung's hypothesis of the collective unconscious. In this volume he begins with an outline of the process and aims of psychotherapy, and then moves on to work out the analogies between alchemy, Christian dogma and symbolism and his own understanding of the analytic process. Introducing the basic concepts of alchemy, Jung reminds us of the dual nature of alchemy, comprising both the chemical process and a parallel mystical component. He also discusses the seemingly deliberate mystification of the alchemists. Finally, in using the alchemical process as providing insights into individuation, Jung emphasises the importance of alchemy in relating to us the transcendent nature of the psyche.

  10. The riddle of Siegfried: exploring methods and psychological perspectives in analytical psychology.

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    Barreto, Marco Heleno

    2016-02-01

    Jung's dream of the killing of Siegfried poses a riddle: why did the unconscious choose precisely Siegfried as the hero to be murdered? Jung himself declares that he does not know. This paper attempts to decipher this riddle using three distinct methodological approaches accepted by Jung, two of them in fact grounded in his theories of dream interpretation. Besides presenting some possible answers to the riddle of Siegfried, this interpretative reflection brings to light the discrepancy of the psychological perspectives created by the heterogeneity of methods within analytical psychology. © 2016, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  11. The ethical dimension of analytical psychology.

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    Barreto, Marco Heleno

    2018-04-01

    The centrality of the ethical dimension in Carl Gustav Jung's analytical psychology is demonstrated through careful reference to fundamental moments in the Jungian text. Tracking Jung's statements about the primacy of the 'moral function' (or 'moral factor') in the cure of neurosis as well as in the process of individuation, the ethical nature of the psychotherapeutic praxis proposed by Jung is highlighted. This allows us to see the ethical aspect of psychological conflicts, and thus to understand better why individuation can be seen as a 'moral achievement'. Finally, the intelligible ethical structure of Jungian psychotherapeutic praxis is exposed. © 2018, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  12. Copy Right for Flight: Patterns of Technological Adaptation in Military Aviation

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    2012-06-01

    Massicotte and Claude Lessard, Histoire du Sport, de L’antiquité au Xixe Siècle (Sillery, Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec, 1984), 129. 4...Massicotte, Jean-Paul, and Claude Lessard. Histoire du Sport, de L’antiquité au Xixe Siècle. Sillery, Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec

  13. Aspects of the History of the Nerves: Bell's Theory, the Bell-Magendie Law and Controversy, and Two Forgotten Works by P.W. Lund and D.F. Eschricth

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    Jørgensen, C. Barker

    2003-01-01

    History of nerves, Bell's Idea, Bell-Magendie law, Bell-Magendie controversy, Charles Bell, Francois Magendie, P.W. Lund, D.F. Eschricht, Herbert Mayo, Johannes Müller, Claude Bernard, spinal nerve roots, cranial nerves, recurrent sensitivity......History of nerves, Bell's Idea, Bell-Magendie law, Bell-Magendie controversy, Charles Bell, Francois Magendie, P.W. Lund, D.F. Eschricht, Herbert Mayo, Johannes Müller, Claude Bernard, spinal nerve roots, cranial nerves, recurrent sensitivity...

  14. Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy (39th) Held in Columbus, Ohio on 11-15 Jun 84.

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    1984-06-15

    02139; R. BACIS, and S. CHURASSY, Laboratoire de Spectrometrie lonique et Moleculaire, Universit Claude Bernard (Lvon 1), 69622 Villeurbanne, France. r...Spectrometrie * lonique et Moleculaire, Universite Claude Bernard -Lyon I, 69622 Villeurbanne, - France; C. LINTON, Department of Physics, University of New...National Bureau of Standards. 3. S. Muenter and W. Klemperer, J. Chem. Phys. 52, 6033 (1970). 20. K. Hindermann and C. D. Cornwell , J. Chem. Ph-ys. 48

  15. France at CERN, from 23 to 25 September 2003

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    2003-01-01

    From left to right: Jean-Claude Brisson, ILO, Robert Aymar, designated CERN Director General, Françoise Le Moign, Assistant General Consul at Geneva, Alain Guillouët, Head of the economic mission in Switzerland, French Embassy, Thierry Boquien, Ubifrance, French agency for international development of companies, Bernard Frois, Director of the Department for Energy, Transport, and Environment of the French Ministry for Research and New Technologies, Claude Détraz, CERN Director for Fixed Targets and Future Programmes.

  16. Kulturmorphologie und Neopaganismus. Der Glaube des Leo Frobenius - Kulturmorphologie and Neopaganism. The beliefs of des Leo Frobenius

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    Bernhard Streck

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available Anthropologists are used to describing the religions of others, nut not their own beliefs. In the human sciences we rarely find information about the religious beliefs of researchers. But carefully examining published and unpublished writings, we can still find some indications regarding the authors’ values, which they may not have always intended to disclose to the public. This is in spite of the fact or perhaps, more correctly, because they are closely related to the theory and practice of their science. To illustrate this rather apocryphal relationship between an author’s basic convictions and his published opinions, in this essay we take the example of Leo Frobenius (1873-1938, a researcher who remained on the fringes of the academic world. As an autodidact ethnologist he was already very enthusiastic about the mythologies of the world at a very young age, but instead of a “global myth” he published a catalogue of mythological themes or “mythologems”, which he considered as universal (Die Weltanschauung der Naturvölker – “the worldview of primitive peoples”, 1898; Das Zeitalter des Sonnengottes – “In the era of the Sun God”, 1904. Unlike the mythologies written much later (1964-1971 by Claude Lévi-Strauss (1908-2009, they do not deal with formal structures of thought, but rather with an archaic cosmology similar to the archetypes we find in the later works of Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961 or Mircea Eliade (1907-1986. In search of these archetypal images of cosmic evolution, Frobenius collected folk tales and later rock paintings, which he copied by hand during his field research (12 expeditions to Africa between 1904 and 1935. The birth in death, the ritual murder of the Holy King or High Priest, the complementarity of the sexes (for example the numbers 3 and 4 in the sum 7, the law that a culture's rise must inevitably be followed by its decline – these all are ideas that have determined the work of this researcher

  17. Doktoritöö kaitsmine : [2006

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    2006-01-01

    Merle Jung kaitseb doktoritööd teemal "Sprachspieleriische Texte als Impulse für schriftliche Textproduktion im Bereich Deutsch als Fremdsprache"="Keelemängulised tekstid kirjaliku tekstiloome impulssidena saksa keele õpetamisel võõrkeelena"

  18. Are archetypes transmitted or emergent? A response to Christian Roesler.

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    Martin-Vallas, François

    2013-04-01

    In this paper the author argues that Jung's concept of archetype should not be reduced to an univocal definition. Jung himself proposed many definitions of this concept, some of them being partially or totally contradictory to others. A univocal and logical way of thinking can lead us to refute and reject part of those definitions, but a complex way of thinking, as proposed by Edgar Morin or Roy Bhaskar for example, can allow us to consider that those apparent contradictions in Jung's definitions of archetype reflect the complexity of the psychic reality. The main argument of the author is that Jung was missing the epistemological concept of emergence (which appeared in science at the time of his death) and that he tried to express it with the epistemological concepts of his time. © 2013, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  19. Panustamine töötaja teadmiste testimisse tasub ära / Maio Rannamägi, Kreet Aun, Mari Krumm

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    Rannamägi, Maio

    2006-01-01

    If Eesti Kindlustus lõi töötajate teadmiste testimise süsteemi, et omada parimate kindlustusalaste teadmistega personali Eestis. Vt. samas: Teste täiustati pidevalt. Kommenteerivad Heli Kauber ja Annika Jung

  20. Public Reporting and Market Area Exit Decisions by HHAs

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    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — According to authors Jung and Feldman, the introduction of Home Health Compare, a public reporting program initiated by Medicare in 2003, had a very small and weak...

  1. Intuitive Development: Communication in the Nineties.

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    Johnson, Pamela R.; Daumer, Claudia Rawlins

    1993-01-01

    Communication is both cognitive and intuitive, although schooling stresses left-brain skills. Ways to develop intuitive (right-brain) skills include mandalas, Jung's technique for concentrating the right brain; writing with the nondominant hand; and positive affirmations. (SK)

  2. Download this PDF file

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    2009-12-08

    Dec 8, 2009 ... The theory of psychological type posited by Jung (1921, 1971) suggested that psychological .... might be an important factor shaping the ability to imagine ... to test for associations between being able to imagine oneself.

  3. Investigation of the Antiasthmatic Properties of Ethanol Extract of ...

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    Investigation of the Antiasthmatic Properties of Ethanol Extract of Callophyllis japonica in Mice. WS Park, KS Lee, JH Chun, SH Urm, DS Lee, DY Lee, SG Park, SK Seo, SJ Heo, ZJ Qian, WK Jung, IW Choi ...

  4. Scenario's voor kennisomgevingen

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    Drs O.G. Foks; H. Kokhuis; Drs H. Hofman

    2000-01-01

    pragmatische visie voor een gezonde kennisstructuur; verbindend schema AGIL wordt gebruikt voor analyse denkrichtingen van Jung tot Porter. Motieven voor samenwerking, ordeningsprincipes in economie en leren en strategievorming voor kennisonderneming.

  5. Sõna saavad daamid

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    2013-01-01

    Korporatsioon Ugala seostest teiste korporatsioonidega. Sõna võtavad Katre Luhamaa Indlast, Triinu Visnapuu Amicitiast, Siiri Salutee ja Martha Jung Eesti Naisüliõpilaste Seltsist, Karolina Antons Filiae Patriaest

  6. The Red Book and clinical practice.

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    Bygott, Catherine

    2012-09-01

    Jung's work is fundamentally an experience, not an idea. From this perspective, I attempt to bridge conference, consulting room and living psyche by considering the influence of the 'Red Book' on clinical practice through the subtle and imaginal. Jung's journey as a man broadens out to have relevance for women. His story is individual but its archetypal foundation finds parallel expression in analytic practice today. © 2012, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  7. Efficient HVAC. New products; Climatización eficiente. Nuevos productos

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    2016-07-01

    Jung is responding to the challenge of energy efficiency, ease of operation and economic profitability in all of its solutions for the tertiary sector, whether for newly constructed buildings or refurbishments, for full management of the electrical system or the partial control of lighting, HVAC, mood settings, access control, etc., for the bedrooms or specific areas of the building. In the specific case of hotels, Jung offers each a custom-made solution in line with its possibilities and objectives. (Author)

  8. Efficient HVAC. New products

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    2016-01-01

    Jung is responding to the challenge of energy efficiency, ease of operation and economic profitability in all of its solutions for the tertiary sector, whether for newly constructed buildings or refurbishments, for full management of the electrical system or the partial control of lighting, HVAC, mood settings, access control, etc., for the bedrooms or specific areas of the building. In the specific case of hotels, Jung offers each a custom-made solution in line with its possibilities and objectives. (Author)

  9. Constructing the collective unconscious.

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    Gullatz, Stefan

    2010-11-01

    Innovative attempts at collating Jungian analytical psychology with a range of 'post-modern' theories have yielded significant results. This paper adopts an alternative strategy: a Lacanian vantage point on Jungian theory that eschews an attempt at reconciling Jung with post-structuralism. A focused Lacanian gaze on Jung will establish an irreducible tension between Jung's view of archetypes as factors immanent to the psyche and a Lacanian critique that lays bare the contingent structures and mechanisms of their constitution, unveiling the supposed archetypes'a posteriori production through the efficacy of a discursive field. Theories of ideology developed in the wake of Lacan provide a powerful methodological tool allowing to bring this distinction into focus. An assembly of Lacan's fragmentary accounts of Jung will be supplemented with an approach to Jungian theory via Žižek's Lacan-oriented theory of the signifying mechanism underpinning 'ideology'. Accordingly, the Jungian archetype of the self, which is considered in some depth, can begin to be seen in a new light, namely as a 'master signifier', not only of Jung's academic edifice, but also -and initially-of the discursive strategies that establish his own subjectivity. A discussion of Jung's approach to mythology reveals how the 'quilting point' of his discourse comes to be coupled with a correlate in the Real, a non-discursive 'sublime object' conferring upon archetypes their fascinating aura. © 2010, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  10. The five functions of psychological type.

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    Myers, Steve

    2016-04-01

    From the mid-1930s to the end of his life, Jung complained that most readers misunderstood the main point of his book Psychological Types. He viewed being a type as one-sided and problematic for a variety of reasons. His symbol-based solution to the 'type problem' involved developing a transcendent function to become the new dominant function of consciousness. However, this function has not featured in the popular use of his typology and Isabel Briggs Myers believed that the one-sidedness of Jung's eight types could be balanced by the auxiliary function. This has led to the transcendent function being widely ignored, and to a developmental philosophy that encourages a degree of one-sidedness. This divergence of popular type theory and analytical psychology is the result of various factors, such as Jung describing typology as containing four functions, and a letter in 1950 where Jung apparently supported Myers' version of type theory. This hinders the application of analytical psychology to normal psychology, and particularly individual and cultural development. If we refer to Jung's typology as containing five functions not four, this more accurately represents both the content of the book Psychological Types and the primary value Jung saw in typology. © 2016 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

  11. OVERCOMING THE ANTINOMIES OF HUMAN EXISTENCE: ONTOLOGY OF TRICKSTER

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    T. V. Danylova

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Purpose. This paper aims to study the ontological status of a trickster character in “Panchatantra” and its receptions. Methodology. The author has used analytical methodology of C. Levi-Strauss, C. Jung’s theory of archetypes, and hermeneutical methodology. Theoretical basis and results. Perception of the world in the form of a narrative is inherent in the very specifics of the human thinking. Among the most famous literary narratives that structured cultural experience of different nations are the framed story “Panchatantra” and its receptions “Kalilah and Dimnah” and “Stefanit and Ihnilat”. The framework of the analyzed text is the story about two jackals Karataka and Damanaka, Lion, and Bull. “Panchatantra” is deeply rooted in the animal epos, which is based on the totemic myth. Myths were created by primitive thinking that sought to systematize the world, to give it order through binary oppositions. Their hard core is “Life – Death” opposition. A myth deals with oppositions and seeks to neutralize them. Thus, a myth serves as the logical tool to overcome the fundamental contradictions. This is carried out by introducing a mediator. Two poles, two extreme points are unambiguous; ambiguity “occurs” at an intermediate stage only. Shift from one point to another is impossible directly – for this we need a mediator. In the given narrative the binary opposition “Life – Death” is replaced by its metaphor – Bull and Lion, herbivore (metaphor for life and carnivore (metaphor for death. These oppositions are mediated by Jackal (Karataka&Damanaka that feeds on carrion and has a dual nature. A mediator, which overcomes or at least mitigates the binary opposition, is seen as a compromise between herbivores and carnivores that embody the antinomy of life and death. This mediator is a trickster – bipolar character (good and evil at the same time. A trickster freely acts in unordered world of Chaos without Life

  12. Toward a new system approach of complexity in geomorphology

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    Masson, E.

    2012-04-01

    , functions, connections, phases, topologies and adaptations. By combining these six dimensions one can easily understand that geomorphological features and dynamics are then considered as very complex systems in which hierarchies, information, discontinuities, openness, resilience and self-organized responses are fundamental properties emerging among many others (E. Masson 2010). This conceptual approach is consistent with many other scientific concepts used in ecological sciences (S-E. Jorgensen et al. 2007, C-S. Holling and al. 2002, I. Prigogine 1997, W-M. Elsasser 1987…) but also in human sciences (A. Dauphiné 2003, Ch.P.Péguy 2001, P. Bourdieu 1987, U. Beck 1986, J. Tricart 1968, C. Levy-Strauss 1958…), in physics (P. Bak, 1996, K-R. Popper 1982, I. Prigogine 1955…) and obviously into systemic science (E. Morin 1977, J-L. Moigne 1977, L. Von Bertalanffy 1968). Our contribution is then an encouraging attempt to expand the frontier of geomorphological theory with a new trans-disciplinary approach that deals with the huge complexity of hydrosystems considered as a whole Environmental and Social System.

  13. Members of the Forum Engelberg visit CERN

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    Patrice Loïez

    2002-01-01

    The Forum Engelberg is an annual interdisciplinary conference held in Engelberg, Switzerland intended to act as an international platform for debate and exchange of views on key issues affecting scientific research, technology, economics and philosophy. Its President is Hubert Curien - former French Minister of Research and Space Research, and President of the CERN Council from 1994 to 1996.Seated here at a presentation by Peter Jenni, spokesperson for the ATLAS collaboration, during the visit of Forum members and Geneva public figures are Bernard Ecoffey, Founder of the Forum Engelberg (left), and Jean-Claude Landry, Department of the Interior, Agriculture and Environment, state of Geneva. Photo 01: (left to right) Bernard Ecoffey, Jean-Claude Landry and Peter Jenni. Photos 02, 03: (left to right) Jean-Claude Landry, Bernard Ecoffey and Peter Jenni.

  14. ERC rewards CERN researchers

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    Rosaria Marraffino

    2015-01-01

    The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded starting grants to Magdalena Kowalska, a member of the ISOLDE physics team, and Claude Duhr, CERN Theory Division. The funding will enable them to build their own research teams at CERN, engaging postdocs and PhD students.   Magdalena Kowalska and Claude Duhr. The ERC fosters scientific excellence in Europe through competitive funding. Its grants are awarded to projects headed by researchers – both beginning-of-career and established – via an open, peer-reviewed competition. In December 2014, Magdalena Kowalska and Claude Duhr were awarded grants to pursue research in ultra-sensitive nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) in liquids and mathematical structures in scattering amplitudes, respectively. “Our research project aims to apply an ultra-sensitive NMR technique using radioisotopes to liquids in order to study the interaction of metal ions with biological molecules such as proteins, DNA or RNA,” says Mag...

  15. Thermodynamic design of natural gas liquefaction cycles for offshore application

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    Chang, Ho-Myung; Lim, Hye Su; Choe, Kun Hyung

    2014-09-01

    A thermodynamic study is carried out for natural gas liquefaction cycles applicable to offshore floating plants, as partial efforts of an ongoing governmental project in Korea. For offshore liquefaction, the most suitable cycle may be different from the on-land LNG processes under operation, because compactness and simple operation are important as well as thermodynamic efficiency. As a turbine-based cycle, closed Claude cycle is proposed to use NG (natural gas) itself as refrigerant. The optimal condition for NG Claude cycle is determined with a process simulator (Aspen HYSYS), and the results are compared with fully-developed C3-MR (propane pre-cooled mixed refrigerant) JT cycles and various N2 (nitrogen) Brayton cycles in terms of efficiency and compactness. The newly proposed NG Claude cycle could be a good candidate for offshore LNG processes.

  16. Members of the Forum Engelberg visit CERN

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    Patrice Loïez

    2002-01-01

    The Forum Engelberg is an annual interdisciplinary conference held in Engelberg, Switzerland intended to act as an international platform for debate and exchange of views on key issues affecting scientific research, technology, economics and philosophy. Its President is Hubert Curien - former French Minister of Research and Space Research, and President of the CERN Council from 1994 to 1996. He is seen here visiting building SM18, which houses String 2: the test facility for LHC systems. Photo 01: (left to right) Mme Jaconi, Prof. Roger Berthouzoz, M. Guillaume Pictet, M. Claude Bagnoud, R. Saban and Hubert Curien. Photo 02: (left to right) R. Saban, M. Jean-Claude Rochat, Hubert Curien and M. Guillaume Pictet. Photo 03: (left to right) R. Saban, M. Jean-Claude Rochat and Hubert Curien.

  17. Freedom and the psychoanalytic ontology of quantum physics.

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    Gullatz, Stefan; Gildersleeve, Matthew

    2018-02-01

    Jung's paper 'Synchronicity - an acausal connecting principle', defining the phenomenon as a 'meaningful' coincidence depending on archetypal activation, was published in 1952, together with a conceptually related piece by physicist and Nobel Laureate Wolfgang Pauli entitled, 'The influence of archetypal ideas on the scientific theories of Kepler'. Slavoj Žižek, in The Indivisible Remainder: On Schelling and Related Matters, suggests that, in contrast to any notion of a 'pre-modern Jungian harmony', the main lesson of quantum physics was that not only was the psychoanalytic, empty subject of the signifier constitutively out-of-joint with respect to the world, but that the Real in itself was already incomplete, out-of-joint, 'not-all'. Yet while Žižek frequently tries to separate Jung from his own ontology, this paper shows that his ontology is not as different as he suggests. Consistent with our earlier publications on Jung and Zizek, a closer investigation reveals an underlying congruence of both of their approaches. In this paper we show that this affinity lies in the rejection by both Jung and Žižek of the ideology of reductive materialism, a rejection that demonstrably draws on quantum physics in similar ways. While Jung posits an inherently meaningful universe, Žižek attempts to salvage the freedom of human subjectivity by opposing his Lacanian 'dialectical materialism' to reductive materialism. © 2018, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  18. Secular and religious: the intrinsic doubleness of analytical psychology and the hegemony of naturalism in the social sciences.

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    Main, Roderick

    2013-06-01

    In recent years a number of prominent social theorists, including Jürgen Habermas and Charles Taylor, have voiced concern about the hegemony of naturalistic, secular assumptions in the social sciences, and in their different ways have sought to address this by establishing greater parity between secular and religious perspectives. This paper suggests that C.G. Jung's analytical psychology, which hitherto has been largely ignored by social theory, may have something to contribute on this issue as it can be understood coherently both empirically, without reference to transcendent reality, and metaphysically, with reference to transcendent reality. It is argued that, despite his denials of any metaphysical intent, Jung does in fact engage in metaphysics and that together the empirical and metaphysical vectors of his thought result in a rich and distinctive double perspective. This dual secular and religious perspective can be seen as part of Jung's own critique of the hegemony of naturalism and secularism, which for Jung has profound social as well as clinical relevance. The concern and approach that Habermas and Taylor share with Jung on this issue may provide some grounds for increased dialogue between analytical psychology and the social sciences. © 2013, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  19. Imaginal action: towards a Jungian conception of enactment, and an extraverted counterpart to active imagination.

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    Brown, Robin S

    2018-04-01

    This theoretical paper considers the fashion in which Jung's psychology radically challenges modern assumptions concerning the nature of subjectivity. With an eye for the clinical implications of Jung's late work, the author introduces the idea of imaginal action. In order to explain what is meant by this, the paper begins by exploring how Jung's thinking demonstrates an underlying bias towards introversion. It is argued that while Jung's interest in synchronicity ultimately resulted in his developing a worldview that might address the introverted biases of his psychology, the clinical implications of this shift have not been sufficiently clarified. With reference to some short examples from experience, the author outlines a conception of relational synchronicity wherein the intrapsychic emerges non-projectively within the interpersonal field itself. Comparing and contrasting these occurrences to the more introverted practice of active imagination, it is claimed that such a notion is implicit in Jung's work and is needed as a corrective to his emphasis on interiority. The author suggests that imaginal action might be conceived as a distinctly Jungian approach to the psychoanalytic notion of enactment. It is also shown how the idea outlined might find further support from recent developments in the field of transpersonal psychology. © 2018, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  20. Homage to Jean Teillac

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    Matteoli, J.; Dermagne, J.; Rouvillois, Ph.; Baleras, R.; Dautray, R.; Detraz, C.; Yoccoz, J.; Curien, H.; Rebut, P.H.; Caristan, Y.; Wallard, H. E.

    1997-01-01

    On the 10 November 1994 has taken place, to the 'Conseil economique et social', a ceremony in homage to the professor Jean Teillac, organized by: the' Conseil economique et social' (the president Jean Matteoli) the'Commissariat a l'energie atomique' (the general Administrator Philippe Rouvillois, the High - Commissioner Robert Dautray) The National center of the scientific research(CNRS) the national physics institute of particles (the Director Claude Detraz) The University of Pierre et Marie Curie Paris 6 (the President Jean-Claude Legrand). (N.C.)

  1. Europe and energy

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    Kosciusko-Morizet, Nathalie; Reydellet, Daniel; Colliquet, David; Prevot, Henri; Bucaille, Alain; Sire, Didier; Mandil, Claude; Gressier, Claude; Mocilnikar, Antoine-Tristan; Lamy, Jean; Aladjidi, Gregoire

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    This special dossier 'Europe and energie' is made of 8 contributions dealing with: a federating policy (Daniel Reydellet); presentation of the dossier (David Colliquet); for a new European cooperation between free-organizing countries (Henri Prevot); Industrialists looking for a policy direction, interview of Alain Bucaille and Didier Sire; we must combine energy efficiency and diversification of energy sources (Claude Mandil); a European policy of 'sustainable' transports (Claude Gressier); a global answer to climate and energy questions (Antoine-Tristan Mocilnikar, Jean Lamy); a growing role for venture capital and entrepreneurs (Gregoire Aladjidi); more from the Internet

  2. Complexes Tickling the $ubject

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    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available This article continues my earlier work of reading Jung with Lacan. This article will develop Zizek’s work on Lacan’s concept of objet petit a by relating it to a phenomenological interpretation of Jung. I use a number of different examples, including Zizek’s interpretation of Francis Bacon, Edvard Munch, Hans Holbein and Johann Gottlieb Fichte, to describe the objet petit a and its relationship to a phenomenological interpretation of complexes. By integrating other Lacanian concepts, such as subject, drive, fantasy, jouissance, gaze, desire, and ego as well as the imaginary, symbolic and Real, this work also highlights how Hegel and Heidegger can elucidate the relationship between objet petit a and complexes. Jung’s transcendent function and the Rosarium Philosophorum also elucidate the relationship between Jung and Lacan.

  3. Are Archetypes Essential?

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    Colman, Warren

    2018-06-01

    This paper distinguishes between Jung's theoretical discourse regarding the archetypes and his phenomenological account of numinous experience. For this author, the initial attraction of 'my Jung' came from both the vivid Romanticism of his descriptions of the anima and the apparent 'ground of being' offered by his theory of archetypes. However, the essentialism inherent to archetypal theory in general and the anima in particular has necessitated a re-evaluation of Jung's theory in terms of emergence theory. My own version of this emphasises the role of symbols in the constitution of affect through collective human action in the world. In this reconfiguration, the visceral energy of numinous experience is retained while the problematic theory of archetypes is no longer needed. © 2018, The Society of Analytical Psychology.

  4. Excitation of the 5p57p levels of xenon by electron impact

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    Sharma, L.; Sharma, L.; Srivastava, R.; Stauffer, A.D.

    2011-01-01

    We have used our relativistic distorted-wave method to calculate cross sections for the electron-impact excitation of the ground state of xenon to all the 5p 5 7p fine-structure levels. The results are compared with the recent experimental measurements of Jung et al. [Phys. Rev. A 80, 062708 (2009)]. We show that the measured cross sections of Jung et al. for excitation of the levels with angular momentum J odd are dominated by cascading from higher-lying levels. Analytic fits to our cross sections are also provided for use in plasma modeling studies

  5. A psychological approach to ethics.

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    De Meira Penna, J O

    1985-09-01

    This article has the purpose of calling attention to C.G. Jung's archetypal concept of the Self as an approach to ethics. The distinction between simple morality and transcendent ethics is established. Comparison is made between the archetype of the Self and Kant's categorical imperative. Freud's superego, however, is assimilated to a "natural" outlook on morality, such as the notion of altruism in sociobiology. The superego is only the psychic effect of the current moral code-which could be explained either culturally or as a Lamarckian acquired characteristic of the unconscious. Jung's transcendent ethics is expressed in an "ethical mandala."

  6. Beatrice Hinkle and the Early History of Jungian Psychology in New York

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    Jay Sherry

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available As the leading proponent of psychoanalysis, Jung made trips to New York in 1912 and 1913. The first was to give his Fordham lectures, the second has escaped notice but was crucial in the early dissemination of Jungian psychology in the U.S. This paper will elaborate on this development by highlighting the career and influence of Beatrice Hinkle, the country’s first Jungian psychoanalyst. She was an M.D. and ardent feminist who introduced Jung to her Greenwich Village circle, translated his magnum opus Transformations and Symbols of the Libido, and helped establish the institutional basis of Jungian psychology in America.

  7. Tipologias e Arquétipos: a Psicologia Profunda como base para uma hermenêutica

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    http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/1807-1384.2015v12n1p382FERNANDES, Ermelinda Ganem; FIALHO, Francisco Antônio Pereira. Tipologias e arquétipos: a Psicologia Profunda como base para uma hermenêutica - Coleção Jung sai pra rua. v. 1. Florianópolis: Insular, 2014. 264 p. FERNANDES, Ermelinda Ganem; FIALHO, Francisco Antônio Pereira. Tipologias e arquétipos: a Psicologia Profunda como base para uma hermenêutica - Coleção Jung sai pra rua. v. 1. Florianópolis: Insular, 2014. 264 p. FERNANDES, Ermel...

  8. Beatrice Hinkle and the Early History of Jungian Psychology in New York

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    Sherry, Jay

    2013-01-01

    As the leading proponent of psychoanalysis, Jung made trips to New York in 1912 and 1913. The first was to give his Fordham lectures, the second has escaped notice but was crucial in the early dissemination of Jungian psychology in the U.S. This paper will elaborate on this development by highlighting the career and influence of Beatrice Hinkle, the country’s first Jungian psychoanalyst. She was an M.D. and ardent feminist who introduced Jung to her Greenwich Village circle, translated his magnum opus Transformations and Symbols of the Libido, and helped establish the institutional basis of Jungian psychology in America. PMID:25379251

  9. Latent class analysis on internet and smartphone addiction in college students

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    Mok, Jung-Yeon; Choi, Sam-Wook; Kim, Dai-Jin; Choi, Jung-Seok; Lee, Jaewon; Ahn, Heejune; Choi, Eun-Jeung; Song, Won-Young

    2014-01-01

    Jung-Yeon Mok,1 Sam-Wook Choi,1,2 Dai-Jin Kim,3 Jung-Seok Choi,4 Jaewon Lee,2 Heejune Ahn,5 Eun-Jeung Choi,6 Won-Young Song7 1Eulji Addiction Institute, Eulji University, Seoul, South Korea; 2Department of Psychiatry, Gangnam Eulji Hospital, Eulji University, Seoul, South Korea; 3Department of Psychiatry, Seoul St Mary's Hospital, College of Medicine, Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, South Korea; 4Department of Psychiatry, SMG-SNU Boramae Medical Center, Seoul, South Korea; 5Depar...

  10. Fantastical conversations with the other in the self: Dorothy L. Sayers (1893–1957) and her Peter Wimsey as Animus

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    Martin, Laura

    2016-01-01

    Dorothy L. Sayers created in her fictional character Lord Peter Wimsey a “contrasexual” figure in her own imagination, with whom she carried on an extended dialogue over many years. C.G. Jung's concept of the contrasexual archetype, the anima (in men) or the animus (in women), can provide a very useful tool for investigating the presence of this transgendered voice within the self. Specifically in relation to Sayers and her Wimsey, Jung's theory can uncover the successful conversion of a pote...

  11. Monet's Reflections

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    Petrovich-Cheney, Laura

    2007-01-01

    From 1899 until his death in 1926, Claude Monet painted a series of watercolor landscapes of his water lily garden and Japanese bridge in Giverny, France. Monet eventually abandoned the banks entirely as subject matter and concentrated solely on the water. These paintings, particularly "The Water Lilies," show a surface in which the shimmering…

  12. 23. II kell 17 avatakse Tallinna Linnagaleriis...

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    2005-01-01

    August Künnapu näitus "Ledoux' ja Boullee tagasitulek", kunstniku kommentaar prantsuse arhitektide Claude-Nicolas Ledoux' (1736-1806) ja Etienne-Louis Boullee (1728-1799) töödele. August Künnapu maalide formaadid ja maalimisalused varieeruvad

  13. Travaux Neuchatelois de linguistique (Neuchatel Working Papers in Linguistics).

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    Neuchatel Univ. (Switzerland). Inst. de Linguistique.

    This collection of working papers in linguistics includes four works. "Autour de la racine indo-europeenne 'pet-' ('voler') (pour servir a l'histoire des faits latins)" ("Concerning the Indo-European Root 'Pet-' ('To Fly') (To Serve as an Example of Latin Facts)" by Claude Sandoz looks at the Latin manifestations of the root and illustrates the…

  14. Stereotype Threat, Identification with Academics, and Withdrawal from School: Why the Most Successful Students of Colour Might Be Most Likely to Withdraw

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    Osborne, Jason W.; Walker, Christopher

    2006-01-01

    Claude Steeles' stereotype threat hypothesis posits that when there are negative stereotypes about the intellectual capacity of certain (stigmatised) groups, members of that group suffer aversive consequences; group members who are most strongly identified with the stigmatised domain in question (e.g., intellectual or academic ability) are those…

  15. Actes des Journees de linguistique (Proceedings of the Linguistics Conference) (13th, Quebec, Canada, March 25-26, 1999).

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    Kavanagh, Eric, Ed.

    Papers on language research in this volume include the following: Pour une comparaison des voyelles nasals du Quebec et du Haut-Jura: observations, methodologie et outils infomatiques (A Comparison of Quebec and Haut-Jura's Nasal Vowels: Observations, Methodologies, and Instrumentation) (Vincent Arnaud and Claude Paradis); Le negociation du sens…

  16. Footrace: "Tour du Canton de Genève 2000"

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    Laurent Guiraud

    2000-01-01

    Left to Right: Patrice Plojoux, President of the Association of Geneva Communes; Jean-Claude Ducrot, Mayor of Meyrin; Carlo Lamprecht, Head of the Department of employment and external affaires of the Republic and Canton of Geneva, congratulates Fabiola Rueda-Oppliger, fastest woman

  17. International outlook - Partial victory simply not good enough.

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    Williams, Susan

    2014-11-27

    IT IS rare that the question of who should lead health policy in the European Commission receives UK media coverage. But after incoming president Jean-Claude Juncker announced the portfolios of his fellow European commissioners in September, alarm bells were ringing.

  18. Native Sons: A Critical Study of Twentieth-Century Negro American Authors.

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    Margolies, Edward

    This analysis of 20th-century Negro literature contains chapters discussing 16 authors: (1) "The First Forty Years: 1900-1940," including W. E. B. DuBois, Charles W. Chesnutt, James W. Johnson, Paul L. Dunbar, Langston Hughes, Jean Toomer, Claude McKay, and Countee Cullen; (2) "Migration: William Attaway and 'Blood on the Forge'"; (3) "Richard…

  19. Fiktiivne auhinnagala Lõuna-Prantsusmaal II / Madli Pesti

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    Pesti, Madli, 1980-

    2009-01-01

    Muljeid tänavusest 63. Avignoni teatrifestivalist. Pikemalt järgmistest etendustest: Krzysztof Warlikowski "(A)pollonia", Claude Regy "Ode Maritime" (Fernando Pessoa poeemi järgi), Frederico Leoni "Yo en el futuro" ("Mina tulevikus"), Thierry Bedard'i "Geko košmaarid" jt.

  20. Laying aside the spear : Hobbesian warre and the Maussian gift

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    Corbey, R.H.A.

    2006-01-01

    The pacification of a primordial, violent natural state of humankind by a social contract based on reciprocal exchange is a widespread preconception, from Thomas Hobbes and Enlightenment social thought to Marcel Mauss and Claude Lévi-Strauss. In this contribution, the structure, historical

  1. Coding and Quantization in Communications and Microeconomics

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    Xu, Yun

    2013-01-01

    Since information theory was developed by Claude E. Shannon, in addition to its primary role in communications and networking, it has broadened to find applications in many other areas of science and technology, such as microeconomics, statistics, and neuroscience. This thesis investigates the application of information theoretic viewpoints to two…

  2. Club pétanque

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    Concours de pétanque challenge Claude CARTERET Jeudi 24 Juin a eu lieu le challenge de notre ami Claude CARTERET, 28 joueurs se sont affrontés sur les jeux, le beau temps avait incité les participants à se déplacer en nombre, ce qui a réjoui Claude et Me qui ont participés eux aussi à la compétition. Apres 3 parties acharnées Voici le résultat proclamé par notre juge arbitre l’incorruptible Albert : 1er Claude Macari qui ne finit pas de gagner et qui fait toujours aussi bien la vaisselle. 2ème un revenant Michel Vuillier qui finit très fort. 3ème un autre retraité qui est toujours bien classé René Charpente, qui profite de son temps libre pour s’entrainer. La première féminine est Gaby Cerutti, l’épouse de notre président &a...

  3. 33 CFR 117.458 - Inner Harbor Navigation Canal, New Orleans.

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    2010-07-01

    ... 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters 1 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Inner Harbor Navigation Canal, New Orleans. 117.458 Section 117.458 Navigation and Navigable Waters COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF... Harbor Navigation Canal, New Orleans. (a) The draws of the SR 46 (St. Claude Avenue) bridge, mile 0.5...

  4. Resonance – Journal of Science Education | News

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 7; Issue 2. Issue front cover thumbnail Issue back cover thumbnail. Volume 7, Issue 2. February 2002, pages 1-96. pp 1-1 Editorial. Editorial · Amitabh Joshi · More Details Fulltext PDF. pp 2-3 Article-in-a-Box. Claude Elwood Shannon · Priti Shankar.

  5. Le risque alimentaire: de l'évaluation à la perception

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    Claude Fischler est Directeur de recherche au CNRS. Il poursuit au sein du CETSAH (Centre d' études transdisciplinaire-sociologie, anthropologie, histoire) des recherches sur l' alimentation (pratiques, représen-tations, comparaisons transculturelles) et la perception du risque (ESB, OGM, crises alimentaires récentes).

  6. “barbari noi / chiama la vostra europa”. il personaggio esotico quale ...

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    ... Jüngere, l'opéra comique di Claude Godard d'Aucourt de Sain-Juste per François ... un fraintendimento di tipo anticheggiante e probabilmente come tale venne sentito .... benedizione della morente che invita in extremis il padre adottivo ad.

  7. Subclavian Aberrant right artery aneurysm causing a common carotid trunk: findings in CT and MR

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    Quiroga Gomez, S.; Alvarez Castells, A.; Dominguez Oronoz, R.; Gifre Bassols, L.

    1995-01-01

    We present a case of aberrant right subclavian artery aneurysm causing dysphagia, dysphonia, and Claude-Bernard-Horner's syndrome by compression of adjacent structures, initially diagnosed with plain chest radiography and barium-swallow examination. CT and MRI confirmed this vascular anomaly and showed a common carotid trunk, associated to aberrant subclavian artery in 29% of cases. (Author) 10 refs

  8. Actes des Journees de linguistique (Proceedings of the Linguistics Conference) (12th, Quebec City, Canada, March 26-27, 1998).

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    Boissonneault, Chantal, Ed.

    Papers on language research include: "L'expression de l'opposition en Latin" ("The Expression of Opposition in Latin" (Claude Begin); "Le francais de l'Abitibi: characteristiques phonetiques et origine socio-geographique des locuteurs" ("The French of Abitibi: Phonetic Characteristics and Socio-Geographic Origin…

  9. Eelarvamustest lahti / Katt Hansen

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    Hansen, Katt

    2003-01-01

    PÖFFi naistekeskseid mängufilme : taanlase Morten Arnfredi "Õnne tänav", tšehh Michaela Pavlatova "Truudusetud mängud", prantsuse filmid "29 Palms" (Bruno Dumont) ja "Väike Lili" (Claude Miller) ning prantsuse-tuneesia "Satin Rouge" (Raja Amari)

  10. XVII sajandi graafika rahvusraamatukogus / Jüri Hain

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    Hain, Jüri, 1941-

    2004-01-01

    Kuraator J. Hain VI korruse galeriis avatud näitusest "Euroopa XVII sajandi sügavtrükigraafika Eesti Rahvusraamatukogus". Näitusel on esindatud Jacques Callot, Stefano della Bella, Salvator Rosa, Claude Vignon, Valentin Lefebvre, Jacob Matham, Crispijn (van) de Passe jt.

  11. Download the whole Issue (9Mb

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    Full Text Available Peer reviewed by Renato Bordone, Filippo Burgarella, Sandro Carocci, Alexandra Chavarria Arnau, Simone Collavini, Salvatore Cosentino, Cristina La Rocca, Lech Leciejewicz, Jean-Claude Maire Vigueur, Marc Mayer, Eduardo Manzano Moreno, Fabio Saggioro, Chris Wickham, Enrico Zanini, Luca Zavagno.

  12. Convergent Filter Bases

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    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available We are inspired by the work of Henri Cartan [16], Bourbaki [10] (TG. I Filtres and Claude Wagschal [34]. We define the base of filter, image filter, convergent filter bases, limit filter and the filter base of tails (fr: filtre des sections.

  13. JPRS Report, Science & Technology, Europe & Latin America

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    1988-04-06

    Aumasson Thermophysics Daniel Balageas Electronic Systems Gerard Gamier Optronic Systems Rene Jalin Systems Experimentation Jean-Claude Theodore...April 1988 54 WEST EUROPE physics laboratory at Cit Descartes , in cooperation with the College of France and the Paris-6, Paris-7 and Paris-12

  14. EURYDICE Seminar on the Role of School Heads in Education Systems. Main Speeches. (Paris, France, June 29, 1995).

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    EURYDICE European Unit, Brussels (Belgium).

    Three speeches from a seminar include: (1) "Introductory Statement" (Antoine Bousquet); (2) "Objectives and Reforms of the French Education System" (Claude Thelot); and (3) "School Heads in the French Education System" (Louis Baladier). The seminar program and a list of participants also are included. (EH)

  15. A Course Connecting Astronomy to Art, History, and Literature

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    Olson, Don

    2015-01-01

    For the past 20 years the author has taught an Honors College course combining astronomy and the humanities. The purpose of this note is to give examples of methods that can be adapted to classroom use for topics including night sky paintings by Vincent van Gogh, Edvard Munch, and Claude Monet, historical events influenced by astronomical factors,…

  16. Filmimaailm / Aare Ermel

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    2010-01-01

    Lühisõnumeid filmimaailmast: Režissöör Terry Gilliami unistus ekraniseerida klassikateos "Don Quijote" nurjus. Ansambel Queenist hakatakse filmi tegema. "Kadunud paradiis" on tulekul. Lähiminevikus lahkunuid: Alain Corneau (7. aug. 1943 - 29. aug. 2010) ja Claude Chabrol (24. juuni 1930 - 12. sept. 2010)

  17. Myths and the evolution ot science | Otu | Sophia: An African Journal ...

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    The paper used the hermeneutic and analytical methods to x-ray the views of Claude Levi-Straus, Karl Popper, including the extremely complex knowledge of astronomy of the Dogon people of Mali to arrive at the conclusion that myths remain pivotal categories for the development of science especially for developing ...

  18. Modeling of High-Velocity Flows in ITAM Impulse Facilities

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    2010-04-01

    were performed within the framework of the ISTC project Nos. 2109 and 3550 with direct participation of Dr. Jean-Claude Paulat [17, 18]. The ARES...the flow character in the boundary layer, namely, caused the laminar flow transition to the turbulent one. This work was sponsored by ISTC within

  19. 75 FR 43809 - Airworthiness Directives; Piper Aircraft, Inc. PA-28, PA-32, PA-34, and PA-44 Series Airplanes

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    2010-07-27

    ... Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA), Barry Rogers, Bruce Chien, and Harry Cook commented that... Absorbed by Piper John Witosky, Thomas McIntosh, Claude Dalrymple, Jr., M. Hefter, and George Haffey..., Barry Rogers, Matt Gunsch, Thomas McIntosh, and four other commenters stated that the FAA needs to...

  20. Klastery kak forma prostranstvennoj organizacii jekonomicheskoj dejatel'nosti: teorija voprosa i jempiricheskie nabljudenija [Clusters as a Form of Spatial Organisation of Economic Activity: Theory and Practical Observations

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    Shastitko Andrey

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available This article aims at explaining the clustering of economic activity using instruments of new institutional economics, taking into account well-known descriptive characteristics of the cluster, as well as recent developments in research on hybrid institutional agreements, primarily, the research conducted by Michael Porter, Claude Ménard and others.

  1. Karl Ristikivi prantsuse keeles

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    2003-01-01

    29. ja 30. mail Tallinna Kirjanike Majas ja 31. mail Tartu Kirjanduse Majas esinevad näitlejad Ene Rämmeld ja Claude Merlin Karl Ristikivi luulekavaga "Inimese teekond" (tõlkija Tarah Montbélialtz). Vt. ka Looming, 2003, nr. 6, lk. 953

  2. DVD "El monje" / Kalmer Saar

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    Saar, Kalmer

    2005-01-01

    Õuduspõnevik 18. saj. elanud Matthew Gregory Lewise romaani "Munk" järgi : stsenaristid Luis Bunuel, Jean-Claude Carriere : režissöör Adonis Kyrou : peaosas Franco Nero : Prantsusmaa - Itaalia - Lääne-Saksamaa 1973

  3. Signature of an agreement between CERN and the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) to increase the participation of Greek students in CERN's Doctoral, Technical and Summer Student programmes.

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    Patrice Loïez

    2002-01-01

    Left to right: Professor Claude Detraz (Director for fixed target and future programmes); Dr. Magda Lola (deputy leader of the Recruitment andd FAS Programmes group of Human Resources division), responsible for the negotiations from the CERN side; and Professor Evangelos Gazis (NTUA), representing the Rector of NTUA, Professor Themistoklis Xanthopoulos.

  4. Ethiopian wisdom literature | Sumner | Journal of Humanities

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    Journal of Humanities. Journal Home · ABOUT THIS JOURNAL · Advanced Search · Current Issue · Archives · Journal Home > Vol 5, No 1 (1991) >. Log in or Register to get access to full text downloads. Username, Password, Remember me, or Register. Ethiopian wisdom literature. Claude Sumner. Abstract. No Abstract.

  5. A Physiologist's View of Homeostasis

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    Modell, Harold; Cliff, William; Michael, Joel; McFarland, Jenny; Wenderoth, Mary Pat; Wright, Ann

    2015-01-01

    Homeostasis is a core concept necessary for understanding the many regulatory mechanisms in physiology. Claude Bernard originally proposed the concept of the constancy of the "milieu interieur," but his discussion was rather abstract. Walter Cannon introduced the term "homeostasis" and expanded Bernard's notion of…

  6. Rapport annuel 2016-2017

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    1 janv. 2018 ... Trois objectifs guident le travail du CRDI : investir dans le savoir .... intermittente ou en élaborant un programme de formation ... de collaborer avec la ministre Marie-Claude Bibeau et des ..... Le CRDI continue d'apporter son soutien avec la ...... communication et de mise en commun des connaissances.

  7. Katalog: Malerier, skulpturer, pasteller, tegninger

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    Anderberg, Birgitte

    2011-01-01

    Géricault, Eva Gonzalès, Armand Guillaumin, Constantin Guys, Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, Aristide Maillol, Édouard Manet, Albert Marquet, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, Adolphe Monticelli, Berthe Morisot, Jean-Francois Rafaelli, Odilon Redon, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Auguste Rodin, Théodore Rousseau, Alfred...

  8. Symbolic Non-Violence in the Work of Teachers in Alternative Education Settings

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    Waters, Richard

    2017-01-01

    Patterns in analysis of research data on alternative education practices as well as on student and teacher experience in mainstream settings seem to support Pierre Bourdieu and Jean Claude Passeron's theory of symbolic violence. Data from teachers and students suggest that students from low socio-economic backgrounds often disengage from education…

  9. Elder Abuse. Hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and Long-Term Care of the Select Committee on Aging. House of Representatives, Ninety-Ninth Congress, First Session.

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    Congress of the U.S., Washington, DC. House Select Committee on Aging.

    This document contains testimony and prepared statements from a Congressional hearing called to examine the issue of elder abuse. Chairman Claude Pepper's opening statement discusses the horror of elder abuse and calls for federal legislation, similar to the child abuse legislation, for combating elder abuse. Elder abuse is defined as physical…

  10. Last Research Board Meeting for Leon Van Hove

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    Leon Van Hove chaired the meeting for the last time, the end of the year being also the end of his term as Research Director General. The place was as usual the 6th floor conference room at the Main Building. The photo shows Sergio Fubini, Claude Bovet, Erwin Gabathuler, Volker Soergel, Leslie Camilleri, Jurg May, Mike Crowley-Milling

  11. The Director-General visits the ATLAS construction site at Point 1

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    Patrice Loiez

    1998-01-01

    Photo 05 : Claude Guitton (left), Project Manager for the EDF/Knight Piesold joint venture responsible for design and site supervision for LHC civil engineering at Point 1 takes the Director-General Chris Llewellyn Smith and LHC Project Leader Lyn Evans on a tour of the site.

  12. Sud du Sahara | Page 279 | CRDI - Centre de recherches pour le ...

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    Lors de sa visite en Afrique occidentale, en août, l'honorable Marie-Claude Bibeau, ... recognizable from the cluster of red grains emerging from between its leaves; ... Un projet financé par le CRDI mise sur la technologie des textos pour lutter ...

  13. STS-46 TCDT Slideware Training and Photo Session

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    1992-01-01

    The crew of STS-46, Commander Loren J. Shriver, Pilot Andrew M. Allen, Payload Specialist Franco Malerba, Mission Specialists Jeffrey A. Hoffman, Franklin R. Chang-Diaz, Claude Nicollier, and Marsha S. Ivins are seen introducing themselves and discussing the mission during a photo session. The crew then answers questions from the press.

  14. Podoby a proměny strukturální tematiky

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    Sládek, Ondřej

    2009-01-01

    Roč. 41, - (2009), s. 41-54 ISSN 0231-5904 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90560517 Keywords : structuralism * Vodička, Felix * thematics * Propp, Vladimir Jakovlevič * Lévi-Strauss, Claude * Doležel, Lubomír * Mukařovský, Jan Subject RIV: AJ - Letters, Mass-media, Audiovision

  15. Original Paper Caractérisation et écologie des peuplements des ...

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    Richard MAHAMBA BYANIKIRO1,2*, Jacob NDJAKI NSILA2,. Alidor KANKONDA BUSANGA2, Joseph ULYELALI-PATHO2,3 et. Jean-Claude MICHA4. 1Université de Goma, Faculté des Sciences Agronomiques,. Département de Phytotechnie, B.P : 204 Goma, R .D. Congo. ²Université de Kisangani, Faculté des Sciences,.

  16. Zürichi muuseumist rööviti neli meistriteost / Hendrik Vosman

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    Vosman, Hendrik

    2008-01-01

    Kunstiröövist Šveitsis. Varastati Vincent van Goghi "Õitsvad kastanioksad", Edgar Degas' "Krahv Lepic ja tema tütred", Claude Monet' "Moonid Vetheuil' lähedal" ja Paul Cezanne'i "Poiss punases vestis"

  17. Iz muzeja v Tsjurihe pohitili 4 shedevra / Hendrik Vosman

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    Vosman, Hendrik

    2008-01-01

    Kunstiröövist Šveitsis. Zürichi muuseumist varastati Vincent van Goghi "Õitsvad kastanioksad", Edgar Degas' "Krahv Lepic ja tema tütred", Claude Monet' "Moonid Vetheuil' lähedal" ja Paul Cezanne'i "Poiss punases vestis"

  18. Modeling of SOC-700 Hyperspectral Imagery with the CAMEO-SIM Code

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    2007-10-26

    Yannick, 2001, “SOC-700 and HS-Analysis 2 User’s Manual”, Surface Optics, San Diego [2] Cohen, Michael F. and Wallace, John R., 1993, “ Radiosity ...and Realistic Image Synthesis”, Academic Press, San Francisco [3] Sillion, Francois X. and Puech, Claude, 1994, “ Radiosity and Global Illumination

  19. Child-focused state cash transfers and adolescent risk of HIV infection in South Africa: a propensity-score-matched case-control study

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    Lucie Cluver, PhD

    2013-12-01

    Funding: UK Economic and Social Research Council, South African National Research Foundation, Health Economics and AIDS Research Division at University of KwaZulu-Natal, South African National Department of Social Development, Claude Leon Foundation, John Fell Fund, Nuffield Foundation, and Regional Interagency Task Team for Children affected by AIDS—Eastern and Southern Africa.

  20. Is the Human Development Index (HDI) of the United Nations ...

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    Is the Human Development Index (HDI) of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) a relevant indicator? Jean Claude Saha. Abstract. No Abstract. African Journal of Economic Policy Vol. 12(1) 2005: 1-27. Full Text: EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT.

  1. Delegation of Canadian scientists accompanied by Swiss Ambassador to Canada Urs Ziswiler (fourth from left) visiting the ATLAS assembly hall.

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    Maximilien Brice

    2002-01-01

    From left to right: John Ellis, Michael Bancroft, Robert Orr, Ambassor Ziswiler, Brigitte Léger, Robert McPherson, Isabel Trigger, Arthur Carty, Claude Leroy, James Pinfold, Louise Proulx, Carmen Charette (partly hidden), Alain Caillé, Dennis Salahub, Paul Guild, Alain Shotter, Nigel Lloyd, Regula Bubb, Benjamin Smith, Pekka Sinervo, Peter Jenni.

  2. Ih nelzja prodat : za krazhei stoit ten russkoi mafii / Marco Vallora

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    Vallora, Marco

    2008-01-01

    Šveitsis Zürichi muuseumist varastati Vincent van Goghi "Õitsvad kastanioksad", Edgar Degas' "Krahv Lepic ja tema tütred", Claude Monet' "Moonid Vetheuil' lähedal" ja Paul Cezanne'i "Poiss punases vestis"

  3. Comentario al trabajo "Nuevos métodos bacteriológicos para detectar y evitar la resistencia bacteriana"

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    Alberto Gómez Gutierrez

    2003-09-01

    prestigioso Instituto Gustave Roussy de Investigación del Cáncer y, coincidencialmente, del edificio Gustave Roussydel Hospital Cochin en el que yo mismo hice mi doctorado, el doctor Ordóñez hizo una brillante carrera de fisiólogo, en la tradición que iniciara en Francia Claude Bernard (1813-1878...

  4. Kaks uut näitust Kunstihoones

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    2004-01-01

    20. detsembrist Tallinna Kunstihoones kontseptuaalne kunstiprojekt "Expat-Art-Centre" (koostaja Mathieu Copeland, osalevad Brian Eno, Pierre Huyghe, Ben Kinmont, Claude Leveque, Didier Marcel, Olivier Mosset, Shimabuku, Dan Walsh, Ian Wilson) ning Tallinna Linnagaleriis Marko Mäetamme "Mälestusnäitus"

  5. Resonance – Journal of Science Education | Indian Academy of ...

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 7; Issue 2. Claude Elwood Shannon. Priti Shankar. Article-in-a-Box Volume 7 Issue 2 February 2002 pp 2-3 ... Author Affiliations. Priti Shankar1. Department of Computer Science & Automation, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560 012, India.

  6. Études de cas portant sur la recherche, les partenariats et l'équité en ...

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    16 juil. 2012 ... Martin Forde, Karen Morrison, Eric Dewailly, Neela Badrie, Lyndon Robertson. Collaboration en matière de recherche sur la lutte contre les infections et la santé au travail sur trois continents : Une réussite de portée internationale. Annalee Yassi, Elizabeth A. Bryce, Jaime Breihl, Marie-Claude Lavoie, ...

  7. S&P ähvardab Euroopat Kreeka reitinguga. Mõõdupuuks nõrgim riik / Katri Soe-Surén

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    Soe-Surén, Katri

    2011-01-01

    S&P annaks euroala ühtsetele võlakirjadele reitingu nõrgima liikmesriigi järgi. Eurovõlakirjade vastu on Saksa kantsler Angela Merkel, poolt aga Eurogrupi juht Jean-Claude Junker ja Euroopa Komisjoni rahandusvolinik Olli Rehn. Maailmapank hoiatab, et maailmamajandus libiseb sel sügisel uude ohutsooni

  8. European astronaut training in Houston.

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    Chiarenza, O

    1993-11-01

    Three European astronauts are currently training as Space Shuttle Mission Specialists at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston. Two of the astronauts, Maurizio Cheli and Jean-Francois Clervoy, recently became members of NASA's 'astronaut pool' and have entered the Advanced Training phase. The third one, Claude Nicollier, is now preparing for the mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope in December.

  9. Possible euro delay sends tremor throuhg Latvian government

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    2005-01-01

    Euroopa Keskpanga presidendi Jean-Claude Trichet' sõnul võib uute riikide liitumine eurotsooniga ilma nende majandust enamarenenud riikidega kooskõlastamata kutsuda esile probleeme EL-i majanduses. Ajalehe Telegraf andmeil võib Brüssel Läti liitmise eurotsooni riikide sekka paari aasta võrra edasi lükata

  10. The IEA/DGEMP cycle of energy policy conferences. The world energy outlook in 2030: where are the trends leading?

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    Birol, F.

    2005-01-01

    Report from the 11. meeting chaired by Claude Mandil, the executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) and Dominique Maillard, the General Manager for Energy and Raw Materials, on February 15 2005 at the Centre Pierre Mendes France (Ministry of the Economy, Finance and Industry), Paris. (author)

  11. MRS Symposium on Advanced Tomographic Imaging Methods for the Analysis of Materials

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    1991-08-01

    ISBN: 1-55899-104-2 Volume 213-High Temperature Ordered Intermetallic Alloys IV, L. Johnson, D.P. Pope, J.O. Stiegler , 1991, ISBN: 1-55899-105-0 Volume...Universit6 Claude Bernard LYON I, 69622 VILLEURANNE d Universit6 Paris Sud, IEF, CNRS URA 22, 91405 ORSAY (FRANCE) ABSTRACT We have applied NMR Imaging and

  12. Oodatud & armastatud / Ülli Plink

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    2001-01-01

    Võrreldakse kaht Alain Boublil'i ja Claude-Michel Schönbergi muusikali "Hüljatud" versiooni : Cameron Macintoshi ja Royal Shakespeare Company koostöös lavale toodud muusikali Londonis ja lavastaja Georg Malviuse tööd. Esietendus 30. oktoobril Tallinna Linnahallis

  13. Symposium at CERN in honour of Maurice Jacob on 27th March 1998

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    Patrice Loïez

    1998-01-01

    The Jacobfest at CERN was prefaced by a talk by Maurice Jacob's longtime colleague Claude Cohen-Tannoudji of the College de France and Ecole Normale Superieure, who shared the 1997 Nobel Prize with Steven Chu of Stanford and William D. Phillips, of the US National Institute of Standards and Technology, for their development of methods to cool and trap atoms with laser light.

  14. Their modernity matters too: the invisible links between Black Atlantic identity formations in the Caribbean and consumer capitalism

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    Guadeloupe, F.

    2009-01-01

    Much work in the field of Black Atlantic studies has highlighted the lives and philosophies of liberation of black savants such as W. E. B. DuBois and Claude McKay. These and other black intellectuals, who combined anti-capitalist critique with the struggle against anti-black racism, have been

  15. Their Modernity Matters Too: The Invisible Links Between Black Atlantic Identity Formations in the Caribbean and Consumer Capitalism

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    Guadeloupe, F.E.

    2009-01-01

    Much work in the field of Black Atlantic studies has highlighted the lives and philosophies of liberation of black savants such as W. E. B. DuBois and Claude McKay. These and other black intellectuals, who combined anti-capitalist critique with the struggle against anti-black racism, have been

  16. When local research drives real change in Africa | IDRC ...

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    2011-02-18

    Feb 18, 2011 ... African think tanks are tackling some of the greatest challenges on the continent. Marie-Claude Martin, Think Tank Initiative's program manager, makes the case for supporting these valuable institutions. Read the full article​ which appeared in The East African in January 2011.

  17. Mirtel Pohla läheb peatselt tulesurma / Ada Maltseva

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    Maltseva, Ada, 1970-

    2007-01-01

    Pirita kloostri varemetes etenduvas Arthur Honeggeri/Paul Claudeli oratooriumis "Jeanne d'Arc tuleriidal", lavastaja Üllar Saaremäe. Näitlejanna reklaamitööst, osalemisest TV3 draamaseriaalis "Kodu keset linna", rollidest filmis ja teatris

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    Michel Morange

    the bacteriophage, was a threat to the projects that he had developed in previous ... biologists, but the use of mechanisms already operating in nature. This explains ... organism as a system able to adapt and to assimilate, a legacy of Claude ...

  19. Corporate Governance

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    Andy Knight; David Malone; Faith Mitchell. Finance and Audit Committee. Members: Denis Desautels (Chairman); Ahmed Galal;. Frieda Granot; Elizabeth Parr-Johnston; Andrés Rozental;. Gordon Shirley. Governance Committee. Members: The Honourable Barbara McDougall (Chairman);. Claude-Yves Charron; Denis ...

  20. Journal of Genetics | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Genetics; Volume 90; Issue 2. Thermal phenotypic plasticity of body size in Drosophila melanogaster: sexual dimorphism and genetic correlations. Jean R. David Amir Yassin Jean-Claude Moreteau Helene Legout Brigitte Moreteau. Research Article Volume 90 Issue 2 August 2011 pp 295-302 ...

  1. Petanque club

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    2014-01-01

    Pour la  dix-septième année consécutive se déroulait le challenge de notre ami Jean-Claude Frot. Vingt-trois pétanqueurs étaient présents sous la houlette de notre juge arbitre Claude Jouve. Après trois parties parfois très disputées les trois premiers devaient être départagés par le goal avé-rage. L'habitué des podiums et il faut le dire aussi champion suisse en triplette 2014 en la personne de Claude Macari fini premier. Le président Claude Cerruti qui n'avait pas fait d'aussi bons résultats depuis quelques années  prend la 2ème place. Cathia Baigue (fille d'Alain Philipona) prend la 3ème place et cumule aussi en étant première féminine. Roland Dunand coiffé sur le poteau fini 4ème et ...

  2. The Physics and Chemistry of carbides, Nitrides and Borides. Volume 185

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    1990-01-01

    Mater. Sci. Engng., 27, 83. [5) Grathwohl, G., Reets, T.H. and Thummler, F. (1981) Sci. Ceram., 11, 425. [6) Djemel, A., Cadoz , J. and Philibert, J...Monatsh 3, 49-55. 28. Jepps, N. W. (1979), Ph.D. Dissertation, Univ. Cambridge, UK. 29. Gauther, J.P. (1978), Ph.D. Thesis, Univ. Claude Bernard

  3. Uuemat kirjandusteadust Saksast (4) : Böhlau esitleb Austriat / Jaan Undusk

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    Undusk, Jaan, 1958-

    1996-01-01

    Arvustus: Hall, Murray G.; Renner, Gerhard. Handbuch der Nachlässe und Sammlungen österreichischer Autoren. 2., neu bearbeitete und erweiterte Auflage. Wien - Köln - Weimar : Böhlau Verlag, 1995 ; Kontinent Bernhard : Zur Thomas - Bernhard - Rezeption in Europa / Hrsg. Wolfram Bayer, Claude Porcell. Wien - Köln - Weimar : Böhlau Verlag, 1995

  4. 2018-05-09T18:56:27Z https://www.ajol.info/index.php/all/oai oai:ojs ...

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    article/20961 2018-05-09T18:56:27Z bcse:ART CONSTITUENTS OFERYTHRINA SIGMOIDEA Ndom, Jean Claude; Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Douala, P.O. Box 24157, Douala, Cameroon Kouam, ; Department of ...

  5. Thermal phenotypic plasticity of body size in Drosophila ...

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    ... body size in Drosophila melanogaster: sexual dimorphism and genetic correlations. Jean R. David, Amir Yassin, Jean-Claude Moreteau, Helene Legout and Brigitte Moreteau. J. Genet. 90, 295–302. Table 1. Correlations between wing and thorax length at the within (n = 420) and between line level (n = 30). Temperature.

  6. Harlem, History, and First-Year Composition: Reconstructing the Harlem of the 1930s through Multiple Research Methods

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    Wilson, James

    2003-01-01

    Describing the Harlem Riot of 1935, black author and poet Claude McKay wrote, "On Tuesday the crowds went crazy like the remnants of a defeated, abandoned, and hungry army. Their rioting was the gesture of despair of a bewildered, baffled, and disillusioned people". By nearly all accounts, the riot marks the historical end of the Harlem…

  7. The role of the autonomic nervous liver innervation in the control of energy metabolism

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    Yi, Chun-Xia; la Fleur, Susanne E.; Fliers, Eric; Kalsbeek, Andries

    2010-01-01

    Despite a longstanding research interest ever since the early work by Claude Bernard, the functional significance of autonomic liver innervation, either sympathetic or parasympathetic, is still ill defined. This scarcity of information not only holds for the brain control of hepatic metabolism, but

  8. Enne kui Rakvere teatrisse saabub vananaistesuvi / Pille-Riin Purje

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    Purje, Pille-Riin, 1963-

    2007-01-01

    Rakvere teatri suvest, valmistumisest suurejoonelise "Cyrano de Bergerac'i" väljatoomiseks septembris. Imaveres etendati William Shakespeare'i "MacBethi", Tallinnas Pirita kloostris avas 10. ja 11. augustil Birgitta Festivali Arthur Honeggeri-Paul Claudeli dramaatiline oratoorium "Jeanne d'Arc tuleriidal". Mõlemad lavastas Üllar Saaremäe

  9. Mirtel Pohla esimene põlemine / Piret Kooli

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    Kooli, Piret

    2007-01-01

    Pirita kloostri varemetes etendus Arthur Honeggeri/Paul Claudeli oratoorium "Jeanne d'Arc tuleriidal", lavastaja Üllar Saaremäe. Nimiosas mängiv Mirtel Pohla kirjeldab esmakogemust. Lisaks dirigent Anu Tali ja lavastaja Üllar Saaremäe kommentaarid Mirtel Pohlast

  10. Trace Metals and Mineral Composition of Harmattan Dust Haze in ...

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    ADOWIE PERE

    2018-01-29

    Jan 29, 2018 ... ABSTRACT: Trace metals and mineralogical composition of harmattan dust haze was carried out on samples collected at Ilorin (80 32'N, ... Sahara desert which transports the dust by wind. Junge (1979) reported that on the .... Schwela et al 2002, it was observed that road transport emission sources ...

  11. An Investigation of Collaborative Leadership

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    2013-01-01

    has made it difficult to focus on value added collaborative endeavors. Problem Statement Several articles and books have described the theory of...Model carmenwiki.osu.edu/display/libraries/Definition+of+Collaboration Dixon, P. (1999). Nietzsche and Jung: Sailing a deeper night. New York: P. Lang

  12. Traces of unconscious mental processes in introspective reports and physiological responses

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    Ivonin, L.; Chang, H.; Diaz, M.; Català, A.; Chen, W.; Rauterberg, G.W.M.

    2015-01-01

    Unconscious mental processes have recently started gaining attention in a number of scientific disciplines. One of the theoretical frameworks for describing unconscious processes was introduced by Jung as a part of his model of the psyche. This framework uses the concept of archetypes that represent

  13. The Nature of Man and Its Implications.

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    Pedrini, D. T.; Gregory, Lura N.

    The many problems presented by the nature of man and in studying man are the focus of this paper which attempts to place these problems in perspective in terms of the past and future. The enigma facing man, that man must study man, is related in an introduction. Freud's, Adler's, and Jung's developments in the study of the nature of man are…

  14. Sadhana | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Sadhana. H-J Christ. Articles written in Sadhana. Volume 28 Issue 1-2 February-April 2003 pp 147-165. Thermomechanical fatigue – Damage mechanisms and mechanism-based life prediction methods · H-J Christ A Jung H J Maier R Teteruk · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. An existing extensive ...

  15. Determination of antidepressant activity of Cyperus rotundus L ...

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    Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research April 2017; 16 (4): 867-871 ... 1Shandong University School of Medicine, Jinan, 250012, 2Department of Psychology, People's Hospital of Linyi City, Linyi,. 276003 ..... Academic Press, 1977: 692-698. 8. Porsolt RD, Bertin A ... Lim DW, Jung JW, Park JH, Baek NI, Kim YT, Kim IH,.

  16. Sulphide Production and Corrosion in Seawaters During Exposure to FAME Diesel

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    Vietnamese oil-producing well. Int J Syst Bacteriol 49:367-375. Karr EA, Sattley WM, Rice MR, Jung DO, Madigan MT, Achenbach LA . 2005. Diversity and...Research Conference - Vi International Soybean Processing and Utilization Con- ference - Iii Congresso Brasileiro De Soja , Proceedings. Petrolina

  17. Encountering Mortality: A Decade Later, the Pedagogical Necessity of "Six Feet Under"

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    Petitfils, Brad

    2016-01-01

    In today's society, where the Promethean project of mastering the universe seems to guide the scientific community to its last moment of triumph--human immortality--young people seem to lack curricular opportunities to engage with mortality. This is not surprising, as the legacy of psychology, as far back as the times of Freud and Jung, exposes a…

  18. Stemcell Information: SKIP000792 [SKIP Stemcell Database[Archive

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    Full Text Available -Flugel L, Dorn T, Goedel A, Hohnke C, Hofmann F, Seyfarth M, Sinnecker D, Schomig A, Laugwitz KL--Moretti A..., Bellin M, Welling A, Jung CB, Lam JT, Bott-Flugel L, Dorn T, Goedel A, Hohnke C, Hofmann F, Seyfarth M, Si

  19. Kants Theorie der Sonne: Physikgeschichte

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    Jacobi, Manfred

    2005-01-01

    Im Rahmen seiner Kosmogonie entwickelte der junge Immanuel Kant eine Theorie der Sonne. Sie ist ein einzigartiges Zeugnis seiner intuitiven Vorstellungskraft und beweist auch die Leistungsfähigkeit der damaligen, vorwiegend von Newton geprägten Weltsicht. Entstehung, Aufbau und Dynamik der Sonne werden in Kants Theorie ebenso erklärt wie etwa das Phänomen der Sonnenflecken.

  20. Correlative Structural Biology: How to Investigate the Fine Details of Viral Structure

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    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Commentary on Byeon, I.J.; Meng, X.; Jung, J.; Zhao, G.; Yang, R.; Ahn, J.; Shi, J.; Concel, J.; Aiken, C.; Zhang, P.; Gronenborn, A.M. Structural convergence between Cryo-EM and NMR reveals intersubunit interactions critical for HIV-1 capsid function. Cell 2009, 139, 780-790.

  1. Journal of Genetics | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Genetic variants of retinol-binding protein 4 in adolescents are associated with liver function and inflammatory markers but not with obesity and insulin resistance. Chin-Jung Lin Nain-Feng Chu Yi-Jen Hung Dee Pei Chien-Hsing Lee Fone-Ching Hsiao Chieh-Hua Lu Chang-Hsun Hsieh. Research Note Volume 94 Issue 3 ...

  2. New Fellows and Honorary Fellow

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    Home; Fellowship. Fellow Profile. Elected: 1943 Section: Earth & Planetary Sciences. Rana, Khadag Narsingh Jung Bahadur. YouTube; Twitter; Facebook; Blog. Academy News. IAS Logo. 29th Mid-year meeting. Posted on 19 January 2018. The 29th Mid-year meeting of the Academy will be held from 29–30 June 2018 in ...

  3. Download this PDF file

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    Dr Olaleye

    Panel k: relative testicular weight, panel L: testicular cell count, panel M: relative epididymal weight, panel N: relative prostate gland weight ..... 66:375-377. Chen J.L., Longo F.J. (1996). .... Jung, E.Y., Lee, B.J., Yun, Y.W., Kang, J.K., Baek, I.J.,.

  4. Development and characterization of nickel–zinc spinel ferrite for ...

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    Wintec

    portable telephones, cell phones and other wireless de- vices ... of RF power absorbed in the human body be restricted to a safe limit (Jung ... to the cell phones and wireless devices. .... filled and dielectric-filled transmission lines can be found.

  5. Functional categories in the noun phrase: on jacks-of-all-trades and one-trick-ponies in Danish, Dutch and German

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    Rijkhoff, Jan

    2010-01-01

    This paper deals with functionally defined modifier categories of the noun phrase in some Germanic languages, in particular Danish, Dutch and German. It is argued that functional categories, unlike semantic or form-based categories, are the only categories that can be applied within and across...... in German: attitudinal arm (e.g. Der arme Junge! ‘The poor boy!’)....

  6. Examining Lateralized Lexical Ambiguity Processing Using Dichotic and Cross-Modal Tasks

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    Atchley, Ruth Ann; Grimshaw, Gina; Schuster, Jonathan; Gibson, Linzi

    2011-01-01

    The individual roles played by the cerebral hemispheres during the process of language comprehension have been extensively studied in tasks that require individuals to read text (for review see Jung-Beeman, 2005). However, it is not clear whether or not some aspects of the theorized laterality models of semantic comprehension are a result of the…

  7. Hydrophilic Cucurbit[7]uril-Pseudorotaxane-Anchored-Monolayer-Protected Gold Nanorods

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    2013-03-20

    FULL PAPER DOI:10.1002/ejic.201300010 Hydrophilic Cucurbit[7]uril-Pseudorotaxane-Anchored- Monolayer-Protected Gold Nanorods Xiang Ma,[a] Yuhua Xue... Cao , Q. Wang, H. Tian, Chem. Commun. 2011, 47, 3559–3561. [8] a) I. Hwang, K. Baek, M. Jung, Y. Kim, K. M. Park, D. W. Lee, N. Selvapalam, K. Kim, J. Am

  8. 2nd HERA/LHC workshop at CERN (1/4)

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    2006-01-01

    There wil be plenary sessions in the Main auditorium and parallel sessions in B40 The (developing) full agenda can be found on http://indico.cern.ch/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=1862 The web page of the workshop can be found on http://www.desy.de/~heralhc/ Organiser(s): Albert De Roeck and Hannes Jung

  9. Scales of Progress

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    Jung, Lee Ann

    2018-01-01

    What is Goal Attainment Scaling? In this article, Lee Ann Jung defines it as a way to measure a student's progress toward an individualized goal. Instead of measuring a skill at a set time (for instance, on a test or other assignment), Goal Attainment Scaling tracks the steps a student takes over the course of a year in a targeted skill. Together,…

  10. Stereocontrolled Introduction of the Quaternary Stereogenic Centre in Lyngbyatoxin A

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    Tønder, Janne Ejrnæs; Tanner, David Ackland

    , a methodology developed by Jung et al(1). For model studies, the requisite vinyl epoxides were obtained by Sharpless asymmetric epoxidation of the corresponding allylic alcohols, followed by a TPAP oxidation and a Wittig reaction. It was observed that the choice of protective group on the indole nitrogen in had...

  11. IFE PsychologIA - Vol 16 (2008)

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    /ifep.v16i3.23777 · Black On Black: Xenophobic Attacks and Inter-State Relations. A Olukoju. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ifep.v16i3.23776 · Xenophobia: Contemporary Issues in Psychology. AI Alarape ... Xenophobia – Carl Jung Perspective.

  12. Teaching and Learning for Wholeness: The Role of Archetypes in Educational Processes

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    Mayes, Clifford

    2016-01-01

    In "Teaching for Wholeness," Clifford Mayes continues to expand the horizons of Jungian pedagogy, a movement that draws upon the thought of Carl Jung and Jungian scholars to address crucial educational issues and define new ones. Mayes leads readers through an analysis of Freudian and post- Freudian psychology in educational theory and…

  13. Lõuna-Korea õpetab ettevaatlikkust / Dong Hyeon ; intervjueerinud Ave-Lii Idavain

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    Hyeon, Dong

    2015-01-01

    Vestlus Lõuna-Korea Pusani riikliku ülikooli majandusprofessori ja Tartu Ülikooli külalisprofessori Dong Hyeon Jung'iga Lõuna-Korea majanduslikust ja poliitilisest olukorrast. Emeriitprofessor oli kaks kuud TTÜ külalisõppejõud

  14. die ontwikkeling van die menslike bewussyn ken wilber se aqal-teorie

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    19 Feb 2010 ... The development of the human consciousness: Ken Wilber's AQAL theory. Kenneth Earl Wilber ... Wilber bestudeer dus die Psigologie van Carl Jung, Abraham Maslow, Stanislav Grof en Jean Piaget, sowel as Westerse .... within needs to be externalized so it doesn't spoil, like the manna in the desert that ...

  15. Working Effectively with Different Personality Types: A Look at the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

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    Khanagov, Diana

    2007-01-01

    In 1921, Carl Jung wrote about four different types of personality, identified 24 centuries ago by Hippocrates. He theorized that these differences were not abnormalities in personality. Instead, he maintained that human behavior is predictable and classifiable that everyone has and acts upon personal preferences, established in early childhood.…

  16. Artificial intelligence expert systems with neural network machine learning may assist decision-making for extractions in orthodontic treatment planning.

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    Takada, Kenji

    2016-09-01

    New approach for the diagnosis of extractions with neural network machine learning. Seok-Ki Jung and Tae-Woo Kim. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2016;149:127-33. Not reported. Mathematical modeling. Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  17. Volume 9 Number 2

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    OLUWOLE

    insufficient energy reserves for regrowth (Jung et al., 1994). ... temperature, solar radiation, relative humidity, ... Hydrogen. 3.2. Aluminium. 0.8. C.E.C.. 8.4. Month. Jan. Feb. March. Apr. May .... the year, the pure verano stylo swards produced.

  18. A Brief History of the Development of Abnormal Psychology: A Training Guide. Final Report.

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    Phelps, William R.

    Presented for practitioners is a history of the development of abnormal psychology. Areas covered include the following: Early medical concepts, ideas carried over from literature, early treatment of the mentally ill, development of the psychological viewpoint, Freud's psychoanalytic theory, Jung's analytic theory, the individual psychology of…

  19. Polymorphism in TNP-1 gene of Murrah buffalo bulls

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    different types of anomalies (Yadav et al., 1990), how- ever as ... processes of modification in mammals (Lewis et al,. 2003). ... (Dadoune et al., 1988, Hofmann et al., 1990). ..... Cho C, Jung-Ha H, Willis WD, Goulding EH, Stein P, Xu Z, Schultz.

  20. 75 FR 55604 - In the Matter of Certain Flash Memory Chips and Products Containing the Same; Notice of...

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    2010-09-13

    ... served: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., 250, Taepyeongno 2-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul 100-742, South Korea. Samsung Electronics America, Inc., 105 Challenger Road, Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660. Samsung International, Inc., 10220 Sorrento Valley Road, San Diego, CA 92121. Samsung Semiconductor, Inc., 3655 North First...

  1. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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    Khayat Saied. Hsu Shu-Lu. Huang Chenn-Jung. Huang Baoshan. Hussain R. Jahir. Ibrahim A ... Lin Tao. Liu W.K.. Liu Jiming. Liu J. Lohani Bharat. Lucey Anthony. M Venkataramana. Madhu Kumar S D. Madria Sanjay. Mahadevappa Manjunatha.

  2. DsRed gene expression by doxycycline in porcine fibroblasts and ...

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    DsRed gene expression by doxycycline in porcine fibroblasts and cloned embryos using transposon. SuJin Kim, JoonHo Moon, BegoRoibas da Torre, Islam M Saadeldin, JungTaek Kang, JiYei Choi, SolJi Park, Byeong-Chun Lee, Goo Jang Goo Jang ...

  3. Some data on the avifauna of the Island of Roti, Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia

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    Verheijen, J.A.J.

    1976-01-01

    INTRODUCTION For several years I had been looking for an opportunity to visit the island of Roti (Rotti, Roté, Loté). Junge (1954) mentions that only once an ornithological collection was made in the island, namely by Dr. H. F. C. ten Kate, an ethnologist who visited the island in 1891. Büttikofer

  4. On the structure of Si(100) surface

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    Back, Seoin; Schmidt, Johan Albrecht; Ji, Hyunjun

    2013-01-01

    dimers are still shown to be lower in energy than the buckled dimers when using the CASPT2 method on the DHDF optimized geometries, consistent with the previous results using B3LYP geometries [Y. Jung, Y. Shao, M. S. Gordon, D. J. Doren, and M. Head-Gordon, J. Chem. Phys. 119, 10917 (2003...

  5. Eesti koreograafid Euroopa lavadel

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    2004-01-01

    ZUGA ühendatud tantsijad on Zagrebi sümpoosion-festivalil "Group Dynamics", K. Essenson näitab mai keskel Berliini Tanzfabrikis oma soolotööd "So far So Good", R. Keerd on kutsutud oma tööga "Mobile home" Kopenhaageni Kanonhallenisse, et avada Junge Hunde nimeline festival

  6. 7 -8----------------------------~-~~-----------R-ES-ONAN--CE--IDecemb-er ...

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    Einstein, Heisenberg, Piaget and Jung. They were also honoring Hardy. Hardy gave a series of lectures that later came out as a book entitled Ramanujan: Twelve lectures on subjects suggested by his life and work. Hardy said at the beginning of his lectures, and I quote from. Kanigel's book: "I have to form myself, as I have ...

  7. Õigus sündida, nautida ja ... / Mark Soosaar

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    Soosaar, Mark, 1946-

    2001-01-01

    Mark Soosaar kui žürii liige Praha rahvusvahelisel inimõiguste filmifestivalil "Üks maailm" enim muljet avaldanud dokumentaalfilmidest : grand prix saanud Agnes Varda "Järelnoppija ja mina", vene režissööri Andrei Ossipovi "Et cetera", Itaalia "Jung", prantslase Eyal Sivan'i "Spetsialist", USA ajakirjaniku Kevin McKiernan'i "Head kurdid, halvad kurdid"

  8. The Voice of Feedback: A Study of Asynchronous Audio Communication in the Online Classroom

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    Johnson Van Den Elzen, Jolene M.

    2011-01-01

    The interaction between learners and the instructor in an online learning environment has been shown to contribute to increases in learning through promotion of a cooperative and collaborative environment, which allows students to learn from course materials, the instructor, and each other (Jiang & Ting, 2000; Jung et al., 2002; Kollock, 1998;…

  9. 'A pretty piece of treachery': the strange case of Dr Stekel and Sigmund Freud.

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    Kuhn, P

    1998-12-01

    Freud claimed he broke with Stekel not because of 'scientific differences' but because of 'exclusively ... personal qualities'. The author offers an alternative version of this significant fragment of psychoanalytic history by suggesting that Freud acted out of revenge for the humiliation that he believed Stekel and Adler inflicted upon him at the 1910 Nuremberg Congress. He suggests that casting the story of the break between Stekel and Freud in the narrative shadow of Robert Louis Stevenson's novella 'Jekyll and Hyde' highlights the extent to which Freud involved himself in the murkier aspects of the politics of the International Psychoanalytical Association and the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society. Ultimately, however, he argues, Freud was cynically prepared to use and then callously sacrifice Stekel, one of his oldest and most loyal followers, in his increasingly bitter struggles against Adler and Jung. He also touches upon the role of the 'Secret Committee' in the 'Stekel Affair' and the wider ramifications of Jung's unexpected return from America at the height of the 'Freud resignation crisis'. He further suggests that Jung's subsequent meeting with Bergmann may have been a significant factor in precipitating Jung's decision to break his personal relationship with Freud.

  10. Mandalas: A Simple Project to Explore Creativity

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    Holbrook, Robert L., Jr.; Comer, Debra R.

    2017-01-01

    Creativity is more important than ever in today's knowledge-based economy. Although many students doubt their own creativity, very few exercises are designed to help them access this ability. We believe that self-expression and self-reflection are important for understanding personal creative ability. Jung introduced the mandala to promote these…

  11. Proceedings – Mathematical Sciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Author Affiliations. Jung Rye Lee1 Choonkil Park2 Dong Yun Shin3. Department of Mathematics, Daejin University, Kyeonggi 487-711, Korea; Research Institute for Natural Sciences, Hanyang University, Seoul 133-791, Korea; Department of Mathematics, University of Seoul, Seoul 130-743, Korea ...

  12. Proceedings – Mathematical Sciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    On some Vongruence with Application to Exponential Sums. Soon-Mo ... Moreover, we introduce an application of the above result to the study of an estimation of exponential sums. Author Affiliations. Soon-Mo Jung1. Mathematics Section, College of Science and Technology, Hong-Ik University, 339-701 Chochiwon, Korea ...

  13. Television: Stuff of Dreams.

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    Baggaley, Jon

    The fluctuating effects of media can be observed by a data collection technique which reveals patterns of audience response similar to those which C.G. Jung observed in his analyses on word association and dreaming. The technique is known as Continuous Response Movement (CRM). A typical CRM training session automates the audience feedback process…

  14. COMPARISON OF THE OCTANOL-AIR PARTITION COEFFICIENT AND LIQUID-PHASE VAPOR PRESSURE AS DESCRIPTORS FOR PARTICLE/GAS PARTITIONING USING LABORATORY AND FIELD DATA FOR PCBS AND PCNS

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    The conventional Junge-Pankow adsorption model uses the sub-cooled liquid vapor pressure (pLo) as a correlation parameter for gas/particle interactions. An alternative is the octanol-air partition coefficient (Koa) absorption model. Log-log plots of the particle-gas partition c...

  15. The Development and Validation of a Personality Instrument to Increase Collaboration

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    Richardson, Rita Coombs; DeVaney, Thomas A.

    2008-01-01

    Understanding personality profiles can be helpful in working relationships. Situations such as co-teaching frequently pair individuals in teamwork. Turf and personality conflicts between professionals can be destructive and impede goal attainment. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) is a personality measure that is based on Jung's theory of…

  16. Apostle of Freedom: Alfred Adler and His British Disciples

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    Hirsch, Pam

    2005-01-01

    The psychology of Alfred Adler is traditionally considered to be one of the three so-called in-depth or psychoanalytic therapies, the other two being the theories of Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung. This article demonstrates that Adler's Individual Psychology was especially influential on teachers in Vienna between the two world wars. There…

  17. Retrospect

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    Weaver, Anthony

    1971-01-01

    A collection of essays on education printed in The New Era during the 1920-1930 era and written by: Beatrice Ensor, A. S. Neill, G. Bernard Shaw, Adolphe Ferriere, C. G. Jung, Martin Buber, Alfred Adler, Harold Rugg, Ovide Decroly, and Paul Langevin. (SE)

  18. Immer schlanker und kranker? Models in der Werbung

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    Koch, T.; Hofer, L.; Holtz-Bacha, C.

    2011-01-01

    Es gibt eine mit Regelmäßigkeit und Vehemenz in den Massenmedien geführte Diskussion darüber, ob die mediale Darstellung so genannter „Magermodels" insbesondere für junge Frauen als eine Art Vorbild dienen könnte und spezifische Wirkungen nach sich zöge, etwa negative Körperbilder, Magersucht oder

  19. Autophagy: A Sweet Process in Diabetes

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    Meijer, Alfred J.; Codogno, Patrice

    2008-01-01

    Autophagy is inhibited by the insulin-amino acid-mTOR signaling pathway. Two papers in this issue of Cell Metabolism (Ebato et al., 2008; Jung et al., 2008) provide evidence that basal autophagy is necessary to maintain the architecture and function of pancreatic beta cells and that its induction in

  20. Effect of Teaching Using Whole Brain Instruction on Accounting Learning

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    Lee, Li-Tze; Hung, Jason C.

    2009-01-01

    McCarthy (1985) constructed the 4MAT teaching model, an eight step instrument developed in 1980, by synthesizing Dewey's experiential learning, Kolb's four learning styles, Jung's personality types, as well as Bogen's left mode and right mode of brain processing preferences. An important implication of this model is that learning retention is…