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  1. Sergej A. Esenins Gedichtzyklus Ljubov' chuligana (1923). Beispiel einer Strukturanalyse

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    Ulbrecht, Siegfried


    Roč. 76, č. 1 (2007), s. 13-19 ISSN 0037-6736 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90920516 Keywords : Esenin Sergej * lyric cycle * Russian poetry Subject RIV: AJ - Letters, Mass-media, Audiovision

  2. Observing a Burst with Sunglasses (United States)


    factor by which the lines in the spectrum of an object are shifted towards longer wavelengths. Since the redshift of a cosmological object increases with distance, the observed redshift of a remote galaxy also provides an estimate of its distance. [2]: Members of the team include Jochen Greiner, Arne Rau (Max-Planck-Institut für extraterrestrische Physik, Germany), Sylvio Klose, Bringfried Stecklum (Thüringer Landessternwarte Tautenburg, Germany), Klaus Reinsch (Universitätssternwarte Göttingen, Germany), Hans Martin Schmid (Institut für Astronomie Zürich, Switzerland ), Re'em Sari (California Institute of Technology, USA), Dieter H. Hartmann (Clemson University, USA), Chryssa Kouveliotou (NSSTC, Huntsville, Alabama, USA), Eliana Palazzi (Istituto di Astrofisica Spaziale e Fisica Cosmica, Bologna, Italy), Christian Straubmeier (Physikalisches Institut Köln, Germany), Sergej Zharikov, Gaghik Tovmassian (Instituto de Astronomia Ensenada, Mexico), Otto Bärnbantner, Christop Ries (Wendelstein-Observatorium München, Germany), Emmanuel Jehin, Andreas Kaufer (European Southern Observatory, Chile), Arne Henden (USNO Flagstaff, USA), Anlaug A. Kaas (NOT, La Palma, Spain), Tommy Grav (University of Oslo, N), Jens Hjorth, Holger Pedersen (Astronomical Observatory Copenhagen, Denmark), Ralph A.M.J. Wijers (Astronomical Institute Anton Pannekoek, Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Hye-Sook Park (Lawrence Livermore Nat. Laboratory, USA), Grant Williams (MMT Observatory, Tucson, USA), Olaf Reimer (Theoretische Weltraum- und Astrophysik Universität Bochum, Germany) [3]: When electrons - which are electrically charged - move through a magnetic field, they spiral around an axis defined by the local magnetic field. Electrons of high energy spiral very rapidly, at speeds near the speed of light. Under such conditions, the electrons emit highly polarised electromagnetic radiation. The intensity of this radiation is related to the strength of the magnetic field and the number and energy

  3. Communism vs. Seminarium Kondakovianum

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    Lovino, Francesco


    Roč. 4, č. 1 (2017), s. 142-157 ISSN 2336-3452 Institutional support: RVO:68378033 Keywords : communism * Seminarium Kondakovianum * World War II * icons * Czechoslovakia * Josif Stalin * Soviet Academy of Sciences * Sergej Žebelev * Nikolaj Andrejev * Josef Myslivec Subject RIV: AL - Art, Architecture, Cultural Heritage OBOR OECD: Arts, Art history

  4. The role of the Jacobi last multiplier and isochronous systems

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    The authors wish to thank Sergej Flach and Basil Grammaticos for their valuable constructive remarks. AGC wishes to acknowledge the support provided by the S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata in the form of an Associateship. References. [1] C G J Jacobi, Sul principio dell'ultimo moltiplicatore, e suo ...

  5. Latvian free press dying off / Kira Savchenko

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    Savchenko, Kira


    Läti päevalehe Diena toimetajateks said poliitilise taustaga Sergejs Ancupovis ja Dzintara Zaluksnis. Päevalehe endised töötajad leiavad, et seoses sellega muutub lehe sisu ning see mõjutab ka ajakirjandusvabadust Lätis

  6. Part II. Chapter I. Nobody will build the nuclear power cheaper than we finish it under construction

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    Bucha, T.


    This is an interview with Mr. Sergej Kozlik (vice-prime minister of the Slovak Government from October 11, 1993 up to March 15, 1994 and from December 12, 1994 up to October 30, 1998 and finance minister from December 13, 1994 up to January 14, 1998) who is remembering about financing of construction of the Mochovce NPP.

  7. Two new wheels for ATLAS

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    Juergen Zimmer (Max Planck Institute), Roy Langstaff (TRIUMF/Victoria) and Sergej Kakurin (JINR), in front of one of the completed wheels of the ATLAS Hadronic End Cap Calorimeter. A decade of careful preparation and construction by groups in three continents is nearing completion with the assembly of two of the four 4 m diameter wheels required for the ATLAS Hadronic End Cap Calorimeter. The first two wheels have successfully passed all their mechanical and electrical tests, and have been rotated on schedule into the vertical position required in the experiment. 'This is an important milestone in the completion of the ATLAS End Cap Calorimetry' explains Chris Oram, who heads the Hadronic End Cap Calorimeter group. Like most experiments at particle colliders, ATLAS consists of several layers of detectors in the form of a 'barrel' and two 'end caps'. The Hadronic Calorimeter layer, which measures the energies of particles such as protons and pions, uses two techniques. The barrel part (Tile Calorimeter) cons...

  8. Coppo’s Piran codex – structure and condition

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    Jedert Vodopivec


    Full Text Available Along with a number of precious museum pieces, the Maritime Museum »Sergej Mašera « in Piran keeps within its collection two manuscripts bound in a single text-block, i.e. De Summa totius Orbis and Portolano, together with printed woodcut maps. Coppo’s codex as a whole, is probably the most precious cartographic document kept in Slovenia and considered to be an artefact with world class cultural status. As parts of the Codex differ in content, they also vary in terms of their material profile. The manuscript and printed part differ due to the type of record, paper, form, manner of binding and degree of damage. For drawing, printing and colouring of the maps, the same materials were used as its contemporaries: paper, iron-gall inks and pigments. The textual part of the Codex is hardly readable and in many places badly damaged due to the corrosive activity of metal ions in iron-gall inks and copper pigments. Apart from itsinestimable information value, any potential damage to the Codex demands constant strict protection and exhibition only on exceptional occasions.

  9. Danijela Kulezic-Wilson, "The Musicality of Narrative Film", Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2015

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    Maurizio Corbella


    Full Text Available La musicalità del cinema è un tema dibattuto fin dalle origini della settima arte. A livello ermeneutico-interpretativo, l’incontro tra i due media avviene essenzialmente sul terreno della metafora: il "musicale" fa sovente capolino nel linguaggio del cinema a vari livelli di produzione e ricezione, specialmente quando gli addetti ai lavori – siano essi registi, sound designer, compositori o critici – lo scelgono per descrivere le ragioni meno immediate di alcune opzioni espressive. La teoria audiovisiva non si è tirata indietro quando si è trattato di utilizzare in campo cinematografico nozioni esplicative di origine musicale: si va dal classico contrappunto audiovisivo di Sergej Éjzenštejn,ripreso e discusso in moltissime sedi, al “musicalismo” - termine spregiativo con cui Noël Burch stigmatizzò l’«insistenza nevrotica a rintracciare valori astratti, quasi musicali nel cinema mainstream» - all’analogia tra musica e cinema cui David Bordwell dedicò un saggio seminale, fino al più recente concetto di musical multimedia in Nicholas Cook, che rappresenta uno snodo metodologico influente sugli studi più recenti, compreso il volume qui in oggetto.

  10. Bulgakov's sophiology as philosopheme: non-ontology and ontogenesis A sofiologia de Bulgakov como filosofema: não-ontologia e ontogênese

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    Myroslav Feodosijeviè Hryschko


    Full Text Available The text examines Sergej Nikolajeviè Bulgakov's description of the philosopheme as thoroughly "immanent" (viz., the immanence of man qua being, such that ontology in Bulgakov becomes a conceptual analogue for immanence and the corollary that such immanence necessarily excludes the problematic of the "creation of the world." Because of this resolute immanence and the notion that the creation of the world in the form of creatio ex nihilo requires a non-immanent or non-ontological thought and concept, the problematic for Bulgakov is approached only by a theologeme. Appropriating this argument as material for a cursory philosopheme, the text attempts to transform Bulgakov's theologeme into a philosopheme through an elision of God and dogma that overdetermines the theologeme. This philosopheme (nascent within Bulgakov's work itself, in both his hesitation to the overdetermination of immanence and the commitment to the problem of creation would be a thoroughly non-ontological philosopheme, one that allows for the treatment of the problematic of "creation" or singular ontogenesis, yet with the corollary that this philosopheme must rely on an "ontological zero" Such a philosopheme qua ontologically empty formula nevertheless remains ontologically significant insofar as it is to evince the limit of ontology, in the ontological zero's non-relationality to ontology.O texto examina a descrição do filosofema de Sergej Nikolajeviè Bulgakov como completamente "imanente" [a saber, a imanência do homem qua ser, de modo que a ontologia em Bulgakov torna-se um análogo conceitual da imanência] e o corolário de que tal imanência necessariamente exclui a problemática da "criação do mundo". Em razão dessa imanência resoluta e da noção de que a criação do mundo na forma de creatio ex nihilo requer um pensamento e um conceito não-imanentes ou não-ontológicos, a problemática da "criação do mundo" para Bulgakov é abordada somente por um teologema

  11. Cell type-specific response to high intracellular loading of polyacrylic acid-coated magnetic nanoparticles

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    Lojk J


    Full Text Available Jasna Lojk,1 Vladimir B Bregar,1 Maruša Rajh,1 Katarina Miš,2 Mateja Erdani Kreft,3 Sergej Pirkmajer,2 Peter Veranič,3 Mojca Pavlin1 1Group for Nano and Biotechnological Applications, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, 2Institute of Pathophysiology, Faculty of Medicine, 3Institute of Cell Biology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia Abstract: Magnetic nanoparticles (NPs are a special type of NP with a ferromagnetic, electron-dense core that enables several applications such as cell tracking, hyperthermia, and magnetic separation, as well as multimodality. So far, superparamagnetic iron oxide NPs (SPIONs are the only clinically approved type of metal oxide NPs, but cobalt ferrite NPs have properties suitable for biomedical applications as well. In this study, we analyzed the cellular responses to magnetic cobalt ferrite NPs coated with polyacrylic acid (PAA in three cell types: Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO, mouse melanoma (B16 cell line, and primary human myoblasts (MYO. We compared the internalization pathway, intracellular trafficking, and intracellular fate of our NPs using fluorescence and transmission electron microscopy (TEM as well as quantified NP uptake and analyzed uptake dynamics. We determined cell viability after 24 or 96 hours’ exposure to increasing concentrations of NPs, and quantified the generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS upon 24 and 48 hours’ exposure. Our NPs have been shown to readily enter and accumulate in cells in high quantities using the same two endocytic pathways; mostly by macropinocytosis and partially by clathrin-mediated endocytosis. The cell types differed in their uptake rate, the dynamics of intracellular trafficking, and the uptake capacity, as well as in their response to higher concentrations of internalized NPs. The observed differences in cell responses stress the importance of evaluation of NP–cell interactions on several different cell types for better

  12. Tolerance for uncertainty in elderly people

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    Full Text Available The aim of the study. The aim of the paper is a comparison of tolerance to uncertainty in two groups of elderly: the students of the University of the Third Age (UTA and older people who are not enrolled but help to educate grandchildren. A relation to uncertainty was shown to influence on decision making strategy of elderly that indicates on importance of the researches. Methods. To obtain the objectives of the paper the following methods were used: 1 Personal change readiness survey (PCRS adapted by Nickolay Bazhanov and Galina Bardiyer; 2 Tolerance Ambiguity Scale (TAS adapted by Galina Soldatova; 3 Freiburg personality inventory (FPI and 4 The questionnaire of self-relation by Vladimir Stolin and Sergej Panteleev. 40 socially involved elderly people were investigated according the above methods, 20 from UTA and 20 who are not studied and served as control group. Results. It was shown that relations of tolerance to uncertainty in the study group of students of the University of the Third Age substantially differ from relations of tolerance to uncertainty in group of older people who do not learn. The majority of students of the University of the Third Age have an inherent low tolerance for uncertainty, which is associated with an increase in expression personality traits and characteristics in self-relation. The group of the elderly who are not enrolled increasingly shows tolerance of uncertainty, focusing on the social and trusting relationship to meet the needs of communication, and the ability to manage their own emotions and desires than a group of Third Age university students. Conclusions. The results of experimental research of the third age university student’s peculiarities of the tolerance to uncertainty were outlined. It was found that decision making in the ambiguity situations concerning social interaction is well developed in elderly who do not study. The students of the University of Third Age have greater needs in

  13. Paths to Theo-Humanity in the Work of Russian Thinkers of the 19th and 20th Century

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    Karel Sládek


    Full Text Available The present study introduces the conception of theo-humanity against the background of the lives of six Russian Christian thinkers (Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky, Vladimir Sergeyevich Solovyov, Pavel Alexandrovich Florensky, Sergey Nikolayevich Bulgakov, Pavel Nikolayevich Evdokimov, Vladimir Nikolayevich Lossky, whose experience is integrated in a systematic reflection of their relationship to theo-humanity. The text is divided into three main sections discussing the search for paths to theo-humanity upon experiencing a crisis of the soul among the intelligentsia of czarist Russia, theo-humanity as a way of struggling with evil and theosis by synergy of humanity and theo-humanity in the theology of the new generation of Russian theologians, and finally theo-humanity in the neo-Palamitic synthesis of Russian exiles. Cesty k boholidství u ruských myslitelů 19. a 20. století V předložené studii je představeno pojetí boholidství na pozadí osudů šesti ruských křesťanských myslitelů (Fjodor Michailovič Dostojevskij, Vladimír Sergejevič Solovjov, Pavel Alexandrovič Florenskij, Sergej Nikolajevič Bulgakov, Pavel Nikolajevič Evdokimov, Vladimír Nikolajevič Losskij, přičemž jejich zkušenost bude následně vřazena do systematické reflexe nad jejich vztahem k boholidství. Text je rozdělen na tři hlavní kapitoly sledující: hledání cest k boholidství po prožití vnitřní duševní krize u inteligence carského Ruska, boholidství jako cesta boje se zlem a cesta zbožštění synergií mezi lidstvím a boholidstvím v teologii nové generace ruských teologů a konečně boholidství v neoplamitské syntéze ruských emigrantů.

  14. Russia simbolista: riviste e illustratori dell’Età d’Argento

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    Giuseppe Virelli


    della della resa sintetica dell’immagine investita di un alto valore evocativo, simbolico appunto. Tali intenti trovarono nel campo delle arti grafiche un terreno privilegiato di espressione, tanto che gli stessi artisti sopra citati si cimentarono tutti in questo settore. Così, infatti, scrisse in proposito Sergej Makowskij (1877-1960, uno dei primi critici del simbolismo russo: «Lasciando alla pittura e alle altre arti ‘maggiori” la realtà di questo mondo, l’espressione delle forme, il colore reale, il chiaroscuro del rilievo e l’illusione della prospettiva, quest’arte grafica tiene per sé solo ciò che le spetta di diritto: ombre, margini, la delicata raffinatezza di contorni che non si incontrano in natura, motivi colorati e la sagoma nera della silhouette. In questo mondo spettrale, la grafica regna sovrana» (S. Makowskij, Sovrennana russkaja grafika, 1917. Luogo d’incontro fra critici, letterati, poeti e artisti di entrambi i due filoni del simbolismo russo furono le riviste artistico-letterarie più importanti dell’epoca come, ad esempio, «Mir Iskusstva» (“Il Mondo dell’Arte”, Pietroburgo novembre 1898 - dicembre 1904, «Vesy» (“Bilancia”, Mosca gennaio 1904 - dicembre 1909 e «Zolotoe Runo» (“Il Vello doro”, Mosca gennaio 1906 - dicembre 1909.