Ce livre de questionnement radical, propose un changement de perspectives et de conception. Il bannit les ornieres et les limites conventionnelles. A fortiorie, il derange les interets des gestionnaires de la recherche! Il s'agit d'un questionnement scientifique et philosophique qui risque de renverser ce qui etait longtemps pris pour acquis. Cette relance du debat, mettra l'intelligence humaine devant les nouveaux defis. On y trouve un vaste canevas de cogitations: * Pistes interdites de recherche et visions audacieuses * Le darwinisme et la pensee magique moderne * Confrontation avec la science mercantile et coups de fouet a la religion * L'expansion du phenomene religieux dans la societe moderne * Spiritualite basse frequence et virus du sous-developpement Que cette lecture soit une Source d'Inspiration et surtout, le prelude a une declaration d'independance intellectuelle et spirituelle qui va de pair avec une profonde connexion et un retour a l'unite dans le respect de la difference.
Film Music in the Sound Era: A Research and Information Guide offers a comprehensive bibliography of scholarship on music in sound film (1927–2017). Thematically organized sections cover historical studies, studies of musicians and filmmakers, genre studies, theory and aesthetics, and other key aspects of film music studies. Broad coverage of works from around the globe, paired with robust indexes and thorough cross-referencing, make this research guide an invaluable tool for all scholars and students investigating the intersection of music and film. This guide is published in two volumes: Volume 1: Histories, Theories, and Genres covers overviews, historical surveys, theory and criticism, studies of film genres, and case studies of individual films. Volume 2: People, Cultures, and Contexts covers individual people, social and cultural studies, studies of musical genre, pedagogy, and the industry. A complete index is included in each volume.
Release on 2006 | by Paul Magdalino,Maria V. Mavroudi
Author: Paul Magdalino,Maria V. Mavroudi
Pubpsher: La Pomme d'or
This volume represents the first attempt to examine occult sciences as a distinct category of Byzantine intellectual culture. It is concerned with both the reality and the image of the occult sciences in Byzantium, and seeks, above all, to represent them in their social and cultural context as a historical phenomenon. The eleven essays demonstrate that Byzantium was not marginal to the scientific culture of the Middle Ages, and that the occult sciences were not marginal to the learned culture of the medieval Byzantine world.
The current drive in Caribbean literary studies stresses similarities and points of convergence between the various islands of the archipelago and their authors, the fundamental aim of which is to move closer to an all-encompassing theory of Caribbeanness. Martin Munro challenges this movement, and through a study of the work of Aime Cesaire and Rene Depestre, proposes an alternative vision of the present and future of Caribbean literature. The main areas of inquiry are: how these two Caribbean writers construct their sense of themselves; how they relate to the Caribbean and to the wider world; and how they have been influenced by the historical and cultural particularities of their respective islands. Aime Cesaire's sense of self and of the Caribbean is essentially shaped around the circuit triangulaire, the model of Africa/Europe/Caribbean interdependencies, ultimately inherited from the time of the slave trade. Munro shows how Cesaire views the Caribbean as a deeply traumatic, insubstantial space; how he looks to Africa for his lost sense of self; and how Europe is seen at once as the malevolent colonial power and also the home of poetry and learning. Rene Depestre's Caribbean 'shape' is quite different: Africa is relatively absent in Depestre's work; Europe is not presented as a threat; and Depestre, unlike Cesaire, sees in the Caribbean an energy and a creativity brought about by the historical fusion of disparate cultures. An important factor in 'shaping' Depestre's model of Caribbeanness is his long exile from Haiti, and Depestre's experience of exile is analysed in detail. The combination of broad contextualization, diverse theoretical approaches, and close analysis of these important writers' work, produces a strong argument against attempts to view and read writing from the Caribbean as one literature. Difference and diversity, it is argued, predominate as Caribbean writing embraces the new century, and the whole notion of Caribbeanness undergoes further processes of highly creative splintering and reshaping.
Release on 1995 | by Victor Margolin,Richard Buchanan,Professor of Design Management & Information Systems George Richard Buchanan
Author: Victor Margolin,Richard Buchanan,Professor of Design Management & Information Systems George Richard Buchanan
Pubpsher: MIT Press
An anthology of essays addressing the nature and practice of contemporary product and graphic design, selected from volumes four through nine of the international journal Design Issues. Themes include reflection on the nature of design, the meaning of products, and the place of design in world culture. Includes b & w photos and illustrations. c. Book News Inc.