Category: Criticism

Rosalind Krauss and American Philosophical Art Criticism:

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First of all, the existence of different stories reflects the existence of different communities that have different views of God, the world, and humanity, different issues or needs in their life contexts. But their argumentation is so palpably weak on other fronts that we will only make two observations here: (a) since the TR itself went through several different editions by Erasmus and others, TR advocates need to clarify which edition is the inspired one; (b) one simply cannot argue for the theological necessity of public accessibility throughout church history and for the TR in the same breath—for the TR did not exist during the first 1500 years of the Christian era. (Rather inconsistent, for example, is the logic of Theo Letis when he, on the one hand, argues that God must have preserved the pure text in an open, public, and accessible manner for Christians in every generation 58 and, on the other hand, he argues that “the Latin and non-majority readings [of the TR] were indeed restorations of ancient readings that fell out of the medieval Greek tradition”! 59 ) Second, regarding MT proponents, several criticisms can be leveled, two of which are as follows. (a) Pragmatically, there is in reality less certainty in their approach than there is among reasoned eclectics.
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Aspects of the Morphology-Syntax Interface in Four Nigerian

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And he is not likely to know what is to be done unless he lives in what is not merely the present, but the present moment of the past, unless he is conscious, not of what is dead, but of what is already living. The church believes that it is their duty to interfere and does, only to no avail; Esther has no intention of allowing the church to take her child away. Though these reasons could every one of them, from the beginning to the end of the book, be proved insufficient, the truth of its conclusions would remain the same" (9.7).
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Bhuj: Art - Architecture - History

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Trilling’s influential The Liberal Imagination (1950) is simultaneously a collection of literary essays and an attempt to reconcile the claims of politics and art. It is the prose object, which any forthright prosy reader can discover to him by an immediate paraphrase; it is a kind of story, character, thing, scene, or moral principle. If you need some help finding an author, check first with your school and public librarian to see if they know of a local author.
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Raven Travelling: Two Centuries of Haida Art (Paperback) -

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I invite those who are troubled by it to consider it in terms of the teachings of the scriptures rather than in terms of their personal preferences or the canons of any particular profession. Grand Rapids: Zondervan Publishing House, 1987. Below is the analysis of common archetypes that exist in literature. In contrast, the work of literature is to defamiliarize language by a process of "making strange." The basis of his literary analysis was supplied by the conclusions of higher criticism, up to that time unaccepted, at least publicly, by any Catholic savant.
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From the Briarpatch File: On Context, Procedure, and

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For starters, you usually should not try to examine all possible answers by all possible researchers when you first start developing a research question. Peterson, Jeffrey, “A pioneer narrative critic and his synoptic hypothesis: Austin Farrer and gospel interpretation,” Society of Biblical Literature Seminar Papers 39 (2000), 651-672. Turning again to the Sabbatian movement, we note Scholem's description:�� ��� The transition from history to legend took place with extraordinary rapidity in what are practically eyewitness accounts.
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Interpreting Art in Museums and Galleries

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The historical-critical method as applied to biblical studies has long been a source of controversy. This text arose in Egypt and is generally conceded to be the most important one. Awareness of the waning of Paris as the international capital of the arts gave rise to a flood of reactions, including from art critics. Applied to reason itself, it produced Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason. For the reasons given above the domestic comedy of later fiction carries on with much the same conventions as were used in the Renaissance.
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The Works of John Ruskin, Volume 19

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I went home that night and simply paced the floor waiting for the call to come saying the baby was on the way. This is the story of the coming of age of Mark Twain. Logical links like impossibility or necessity as well as ideas like cause, willing or end can be understood by the mind. The Apostle Paul advised the Saints to “grieve not the holy Spirit of God” ( Eph. 4:30 ) by evil speaking. In 1919, Germany was held responsible for all the acts of omission and commission of William II and was deprived of her territories, colonies, investments, etc., and was made to pay a huge war indemnity amounting to billions of dollars which was not within her competence to pay.
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Uncanny Congruencies: Penn State School of Visual Arts

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The application of critical methods in the editing of classical texts was developed principally by three German scholars, Friedrich Wolf (1759-1824), one of the founders of classical philology, Immanuel Bekker (1785-1871), and Karl Lachmann (1793-1851). Note: In calculating the moving wall, the current year is not counted. The very act of naming, which enables the discourse to be strongly articulated, is a reinforcement of its structure. Paul Leicester Ford on the authorship of the Federalist.
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Reinventing the Company for the Digital Age (BBVA Annual

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When considering the work of Emily Dickinson, psychoanalytic criticism comes into play with the role of explaining the many meanings behind her poetry, as to make the reader relate to such poetry on a deeper level or not to who she was as a human being.... [tags: freud, poetry, meanings, desires, concepts] Literature - Formalism, The Hershey Bar of Criticism - Formalism - The Hershey Bar of Criticism Formalism means a lot of different things to a lot of different people and refers to many different types of critical work and analysis.
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Black Newspapers and America's War for Democracy, 1914-1920

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The Austrian acquisition made her a great power in Europe. Howard Marshall have pointed with�� appreciation to the work of Swedish New Testament scholars Riesenfeld and Gerhardsson. That is because the traditional apologetic that establishes the fact of a divine revelation, and therefore a specifically Christian notion of theism, depends upon establishing the basic reliability of the biblical corpus as essentially truthful human testimony, including where that testimony touches upon claims to both the prophetic and the miraculous.
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