Forty short stories and essays have been selected as representative of the Argentine writer's metaphysical narratives Although his work has been restricted to the short story, the essay, and poetry, Jorge Luis Borges of Argentina is ...

Author: Jorge Luis Borges

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 9780811200127

Category: Literary Collections

Page: 260

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Forty short stories and essays have been selected as representative of the Argentine writer's metaphysical narratives

Meditative Mazes and Labyrinths

Om O At first glance , labyrinths and mazes seem to be very similar , if not the
same thing . But there are significant differences . The word “ labyrinth ” comes
from the Greek word “ labrys , ” which means “ a double ax . ” “ Labyrinth ” comes
from ...

Author: Cassandra Camille Wass

Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

ISBN: 9781402765292

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 64

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An exploration of mazes and labyrinths with guidance for their use in meditation.

The Way of the Labyrinth

Shares how the ancient practice of walking a labyrinth can force a person to examine and change his life.

Author: Helen Curry

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780140196177

Category: Religion

Page: 255

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Shares how the ancient practice of walking a labyrinth can force a person to examine and change his life.

The Spirituality of Mazes and Labyrinths

Jeff Saward/Labyrinthos, page 1:petroglyph, Arroyo Hondo,
New Mexico page 8: Stardreaming, New Mexico page 12: Philo, California page
15:Chartres replica on canvas page 24: ball-bearing labyrinth page 25: ceramic ...

Author: Gailand MacQueen

Publisher: Wood Lake Publishing Inc.

ISBN: 1896836690

Category: Religion

Page: 128

View: 304

In this full-colour, beautifully illustrated book, Gailand MacQueen uses myth, history, and personal experience to explore the spiritual meanings of mazes and labyrinths. Convinced that labyrinths and mazes have much to teach us, Gailand MacQueen invites readers on a sometimes mystical, sometimes mysterious, journey of spiritual discovery.

Labyrinths Intellectuals and the Revolution

in her decision to sit down and write a letter to her suitor explaining why she is
rejecting him in order to return to teaching.33 The Constitutive Labyrinth We can
thus argue that Fire and Choice adds another aspect to the labyrin- thine space ...

Author: Ian Campbell

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9004247696

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 252

View: 192

Labyrinths, Intellectuals and the Revolution traces the development of the postcolonial Arabic-language Moroccan novel. Its close readings of major texts are based in the spatial practices of these novels.

Beyond the Seven Labyrinths

THE SEVEN LABYRINTHS I will demonstrate in this paper that an obscure
Argentine "novel of the occult" entitled Septe Laberintos is actually a hitherto
unrecognized work by Jorge Louis Borges -- a work in fact that contained wholly
or in part ...

Author: don webb


ISBN: 1326012061



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Logical Labyrinths

... and then advances to the main subject of this book, which is first-order logic, a
subject that has many important applications in philosophy, mathematics and
computer science. In Part III, we journey through the amazing labyrinths of Vii

Author: Raymond Smullyan

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 143986537X

Category: Mathematics

Page: 275

View: 290

This book features a unique approach to the teaching of mathematical logic by putting it in the context of the puzzles and paradoxes of common language and rational thought. It serves as a bridge from the author's puzzle books to his technical writing in the fascinating field of mathematical logic. Using the logic of lying and truth-telling, the au

Mazes and Labyrinths

The full title of this work, which was printed in Paris in 1658, is: “Labyrinthus
Cantuarensis; or Doctor Lawd's Labyrinth. Beeing an answer to the late
Archbishop of Canterburies relation of a conference between himself and Mr.
Fisher, etc.

Author: William Henry Matthews

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 048622614X

Category: Games

Page: 253

View: 625

With devoted scholarship and an appreciation for what he terms "the lure of the labyrinth," Matthews explores accounts of ancient mazes, the "meanders" of Greek and Roman times, theories on the meaning of church labyrinths, the hedge maze, and more. All important or exceptional examples are illustrated with 151 line drawings.

Lapps and Labyrinths

Lappsand Labyrinths is easyto read, and the hypotheses and conclusions are
well argued in simple to understand language. The excellent illustrations are in
no small measure part of the book's impact – they are pedagogical enoughto ...

Author: Noel D. Broadbent

Publisher: Smithsonian Institution

ISBN: 1935623362

Category: History

Page: 293

View: 826

Professor Noel D. Broadbent is one of Sweden's foremost experts on north Swedish archaeology and literally wrote the book on the prehistory of the Skellefteå region on the North Bothnian coast. This knowledge is now brought to bear on the issue of Saami origins. The focus is on the successful adaptive strategies of Saami societies over thousands of years - a testimony to Saami resiliency, of relevance to the survival of indigenous societies worldwide today.

Labyrinths from the Outside in

We need a counterorientation, a reorientation, a kind of simultaneous circling
back and forward as implied by the labyrinth. A labyrinth—whether it is cut into a
field of sunflow— ers, taped onto a nursing home dining room floor, or made of ...

Author: Donna Schaper

Publisher: SkyLight Paths Publishing

ISBN: 1594734860

Category: Religion

Page: 190

View: 453

Walking labyrinths is a twenty-first century method of approaching the sacred and a spiritual practice more ancient than Stonehenge or the ruins of Troy. A practical and inspiring guide to help you explore."

Fulbright Labyrinths

Author: Virginia Hall-Milhouse

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 1466901896

Category: Self-Help

Page: 376

View: 132

In this provocative work, Virginia Milhouse demonstrates how autoethnography combines creative and analytical practices to help bring to consciousness some complex social and political agendas hidden in narratorial writings. It demonstrates how an arts-based qualitative research method (narrative inquiry) can be fused with a scientific-based quantitative method (DMIS-IDI) and compliment, support and or correct each other. It also demonstrates how "writing as a method of inquiry" can be a viable way for researchers to learn about themselves and their research, as well as features standards for evaluating creatively and analytically constructed text. Further, the author''s examination of the aesthetics of "inner-readiness" and "in-betweeness" will be very helpful to people doing this kind of self-reflexive fieldwork. The reader will also appreciate this author''s recognition of the importance of combining qualitative and quantitative methodologies--something not many writers can do with great success. Also, this book will be a real contribution to sojourners and others traveling or living abroad. The work is very smart; and, is, beautifully and clearly written. The ''labyrinth'' quote at the beginning of her work is very fitting and certainly promises to illustrate those words.

Labyrinths and Volcanoes

Windings Through Sicily Justin Vitiello. Labyrinths and Volcanoes: Windings
through Sicily © Copyright by Legas 1999 No part of this book.

Author: Justin Vitiello

Publisher: Legas / Gaetano Cipolla

ISBN: 1881901165

Category: Travel

Page: 119

View: 416

Labyrinths of Exemplarity

At the Limits of Deconstruction Irene E. Harvey. PART 1 Threads of Exemplarity
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Author: Irene E. Harvey

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791488128

Category: Philosophy

Page: 291

View: 747

A fascinating account of exemplarity in the context of deconstruction.

The Labyrinth

“Borges and the Legacy of 'The Garden of Forking Paths,'” by Jeffrey Gray, Seton
Hall University Toward the end of his life, the Argentine writer Jorge Luis Borges (
1899–1986) complained that he was fatigued with the discourse of labyrinths ...

Author: Harold Bloom

Publisher: Infobase Publishing

ISBN: 0791098044

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 224

View: 421

Examines labyrinths in literary works ranging from Virgil's "Aeneid" to Umberto Eco's "The Name of the Rose."

Labyrinths of the Mind

... indicates, for a variety of characters one might play in a new social drama.1 A
Sketch of the Labyrinth The modern age has been constituted by a dichotomy
between the objective world of nature subject to the normalization and
technological ...

Author: Daniel R. White

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9780791437889

Category: Social Science

Page: 221

View: 517

Applies postmodern theory to the working assumptions and consequent practices of therapy in various disciplines, from clinical psychology to schooling.

Labyrinths of Reason

Author: William Poundstone

Publisher: Anchor

ISBN: 9780307763792

Category: Philosophy

Page: 288

View: 725

This sharply intelligent, consistently provocative book takes the reader on an astonishing, thought-provoking voyage into the realm of delightful uncertainty--a world of paradox in which logical argument leads to contradiction and common sense is seemingly rendered irrelevant. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Labyrinths of Democracy

Author: Heinz Eulau

Publisher: Ardent Media

ISBN: 9780672514876

Category: Municipal government

Page: 713

View: 341

Labyrinths of Prosperity

Author: Reuven Brenner

Publisher: University of Michigan Press

ISBN: 9780472065561

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 290

View: 965

Argues that macroeconomic management of the economy leads nations into decline

Labyrinths of Power

Author: Peter H. Smith

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 1400871174

Category: History

Page: 402

View: 221

Peter Smith has written a comprehensive and in-depth study of the structure and more important of the transformation of the national political elite in twentieth-century Mexico. In doing so, he analyzes the long-run impact of the Mexican Revolution of 1910 on the composition of the country's ruling elite. Included in his focus are such issues as the social basis of politics, the recruitments process, political career patterns, the amount of periodic turnover, and the relationships between the political and economic elites. The author explores these issues through an empirical, computer-assisted investigation of biographical information on more than 6,000 individuals who held national political office in Mexico at any time between 1900 and 1976. He then employs various comparative and statistical techniques, along with a use of archival data, questionnaires, and interviews, to determine precisely how Mexico’s political system actually works. Professor Smith finds that the Revolution of 1910 did not fundamentally alter the class composition of the national elite, although it did redistribute power within it. He further observes that the Mexican Revolution did bring about a separation of political and economic elites, and that the route to political success is much more varied and less predictable now than before the revolutionary period. Originally published in 1979. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Labyrinths of Deceit

Author: Richard J. Walker

Publisher: Liverpool University Press

ISBN: 0853238499

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 339

View: 616

Prominent citizens in nineteenth-century England believed themselves to be living in a time of unstoppable progress. Yet running just beneath Victorian triumphalism were strong currents of chaos and uncertainty. Richard Walker plumbs the depths of those undercurrents in order to present an alternative history of nineteenth-century society. Mining literary and philosophical works of the period, Walker explores the crisis of identity that beset nineteenth-century thinkers and how that crisis revealed itself in portrayals of addiction, split personalities, and religious mania. Victorian England will never look the same.