Basic Writings Maurice Merleau-Ponty Thomas Baldwin. PART SIX - PAINTING
CÉZANNE'S DOUBT ( from Sense and Non - sense , pp . 9–24 in the 1964
translation ) Cézanne's doubt ' was first published in 1945 , and is therefore ...
Author: Maurice Merleau-Ponty
Publisher: Psychology Press
Merleau-Ponty's influence extended well beyond the boundaries of philosophy and can be seen in theories of politics, psychology, art and language. This volume brings together a comprehensive selection of his writing.
Foreword My very first experience with Maurice and Marie - Madeleine Duruflé
goes back to the recital they performed at First Presbyterian Church in Fort
Wayne , Indiana on September 20 , 1966. As a young teen who had recently
Author: James E. Frazier
Publisher: University Rochester Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A new, deeply researched biography of the great French organist, who composed some of the best-loved works in the organ repertory -- and the masterful Requiem.
Maurice made no attempt to defend his providential reading of history
philosophically. Instead, he returned again and again to the implications of the
doctrine of Revelation. His understanding of history as the Weld of God's
providence was ...
Author: Jeremy Morris
Publisher: OUP Oxford
This book offers a reassessment of the theology of F. D. Maurice (1805-72), one of the most significant theologians of the modern Church of England. It seeks to place Maurice's theology in the context of nineteenth-century conflicts over the social role of the Church, and over the truth of the Christian revelation. Maurice is known today mostly for his seminal role in the formation of Christian Socialism, and for his dismissal from his chair at King's College, London, over his denial of the doctrine of eternal punishment. Drawing on the whole range of Maurice's extensive published work, this book argues that his theology, and his social and educational activity, were held together above all by his commitment to a renewal of Anglican ecclesiology. At a time when, following the social upheavals of the French Revolution and the Industrial Revolution, many of his contemporaries feared that the authority of the Christian Church - and particularly of the Church of England - was under threat, Maurice sought to reinvigorate his Church's sense of mission by emphasizing its national responsibility, and its theological inclusiveness. In the process, he pioneered a new appreciation of the diversity of Christian traditions that was to be of great importance for the Church of England's ecumenical commitment. He also sought to limit the damage of internal Church division, by promoting a view of the Church's comprehensiveness that acknowledged the complementary truth of convictions fiercely held by competing parties.
Preface Maurice Blanchot ( b . 1907 ) belongs to the generation of French
intellectuals who came of age during the 1930s , survived or flourished during the
Occupation , and dominated Parisian intellectual life for a quarter century or so
Author: Gerald L. Bruns
Publisher: JHU Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Ch. 9 (pp. 207-234), "Blanchot's 'holocaust'", discusses the French thinker's philosophy of the Holocaust.
217; "I have received, Monseigneur, a copy of the record of the test made at Brest
of the three cannon cast at the St Maurice Forges. It is in no way surprising that
these were found to be defective, the workers who cast them being moulders of ...
Author: Roch Samson
Publisher: Presses Université Laval
Category: Forges du Saint-Maurice (Québec)
They too saw the stars, the same stars Maurice watched from the ship which was
carrying him to Algiers, as he prayed for her. When his ship docked in the
morning she was there, waiting for him. 3Maurice 3Bessière to 3Mothe,
Gonçaque anol ...
Author: Patrick Ahern
As Saint Therese lay dying in the Carmel of Lisieux, she overheard a conversation that amused her. Outside her window, two nuns were discussing what they could write in her obituary that could possibly be of any interest, since the twenty-four-year-old nun had never done anything worth noting. Therese was pleased, for she had always kept a low profile. With the posthumous publication of her spiritual autobiography in 1898, however, that low profile would vanish instantly. She became one of the most beloved saints of all time, and her influence will expand dramatically because of Pope John Paul II's declaration that she is a Doctor of the Church. Amid growing interest in her writings comes the collected correspondence between her and a humble young seminarian, Maurice Belliere. Though they never met in person, they exchanged twenty-one letters that opened a window on the heart of Saint Therese that would have remained forever closed had Maurice not written to the Mother Superior at the convent asking for a nun to pray for him. The Mother Superior chose Therese, and in these conversational letters the Little Flower reveals herself in a way that we would never have known from her autobiography. In his accompanying text, Bishop Patrick Ahern expertly leads the reader into the worlds of Maurice and Therese and reveals the full beauty of this saint's spirituality.
Starting on the bottom rung, he climbed the ladder to become a baseball star. His
name: Joe DiMaggio. Maurice went to see him play in New York. He stood up
and shouted with the crowds when big Joe hit a home run. DiMaggio is a maestro
Author: Marguerite Paulin
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Communications theorist Marshall McLuhan predicted the effects of electronic media on modern culture as early as 1964 and coined terms like "the global village" and "the medium is the message."
Bleich, S. (1998) “DerEinfluss von Maurice Hauriou auf die französische
Rechtstheorie und Jurisprudenz” (“The Influence of Maurice Hauriou on French
Legal Thought and Jurisprudence”). Verwaltungsarchiv, p. 1. Bluntschli, Johann
Author: Christopher B. Gray
This book shows that Hauriou¿s positivist and pragmatic jurisprudence and social theory, as well as their application to the study of institutions, is satisfactorily supported by his idealistic philosophy. The nine chapters first locate Hauriou¿s influences, then situate his disciplinary methodologies within methodology in general. The central chapters concern each of the three methodologies in turn.
He peddled his wares in lumber camps and fishing towns all over the Upper
Peninsula until he discovered Superior , where he immediately recognized the
opportunities for a general - provisions merchant . Maurice Sugar was thus the
son of ...
Author: Christopher H. Johnson
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
It was Maurice Sugar, labor activist and lawyer for the United Auto Workers, who played a key role in guiding the newly-formed union through the treacherous legal terrain obstructing its development in the 1930s. He orchestrated the injunction hearings on the Dodge Main strike and defended the legality of the sit-down tactic. As the UAW's General Council, he wrote the union's constitution in 1939, a model of democratic thinking. Sugar worked with George Addes, UAW Secretary-Treasurer, to nurture rank-and-file power. A founder of the National Lawyers' Guild, Sugar also served as a member of Detroit's Common Council at the head of a UAW "labor" ticket. By 1947, Sugar was embroiled in a struggle within the UAW that he feared would destroy the open structures he had helped to build. He found himself in opposition to Walter Reuther's bid to run the union. A long-time socialist, Sugar fell victim to mounting Cold War hysteria. When Reuther assumed control of the UAW, Sugar was summarily dismissed. Christopher Johnson chronicles the life of Maurice Sugar, from his roots in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, through his resistance with Eugene V Debs to World War I, and on to the struggles of the early 1930s to bring the union message to Detroit. Firmly grounded on the historiography of the UAW, Johnson shows the importance of Sugar and the Left in laying the foundation for unionizing the auto industry in the pre-UAW days. He documents the work of the Left in building a Black-labor coalition in Detroit, the importance of anti-Communism in Reuther's rise to power, and the diminution of union democracy in the UAW brought about by the Cold War. Maurice Sugar represents a force in American life that bears recalling in these barren years of plant closings.
Maurice Auslander, Idun Reiten, Sverre O. Smalø, Øyvind Solberg. CHAPTER V
Some topics in representation theory [ 41 ] On a generalized version of the
Nakayama conjecture ( with I. Reiten , 1975 ) . [ 45 ] Modules with waists ( with
E. L. ...
Author: Maurice Auslander
Publisher: American Mathematical Soc.
Auslander made contributions to many parts of algebra, and this 2-volume set (the set ISBN is 0-8218-0679-3, already published) contains a selection of his main work.
Author: Dorothy Gabe Coleman
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Literary Criticism
A study of Maurice Scève's sequence of love poems, the Délie - the first French canzoniere. There are two main themes: Scève's rendering of the intensity and complexity of the human experience of love, and secondly, his exploitation of the European tradition of love poetry. Dr Coleman tackles broad issues concerning appreciation of poetry, and more particularly, difficult poetry. Comparing individual poems by Horace, Scève and Mallarmé, she pinpoints the task of a serious reader: to experience sensitively and intellectually human emotions couched in artistic form. The book does not offer doctrines about Scève's love. instead, it looks at the contextual linguistic formulae which create love within the poems themselves: the allusiveness, the intellectual rigour, the tautness, the juxtaposition of words, combine with the voluptuousness and simplicity of the images, rhythm and sound, to make out of the poems a timeless an intensely personal experience.
DURING THE NEXT TWO YEARS Maurice and Clive had as much happiness as
men under that star can expect. They were affectionate and consistent by nature,
and, thanks to Clive, extremely sensible. Clive knew that ecstasy cannot last, ...
Author: E M Forster
Publisher: Hachette UK
As Maurice Hall makes his way through a traditional English education, he projects an outer confidence that masks troubling questions about his own identity. Frustrated and unfulfilled, a product of the bourgeoisie he will grow to despise, he has difficulty acknowledging his nascent attraction to men. At Cambridge he meets Clive, who opens his eyes to a less conventional view of the nature of love. Yet when Maurice is confronted by the societal pressures of life beyond university, self-doubt and heartbreak threaten his quest for happiness.
M. Holland (Blackwell, Oxford, 1995) Maurice Blanchot, Death Sentence, trans.
Lydia Davis (Station Hill Press, Barrytown, NT, 1978) F Maurice Blanchot,
Friendship, trans. E. Rottenberg (Stanford University Press, Stanford, 1997)
Author: Ullrich Haase
Category: Literary Criticism
Without Maurice Blanchot, literary theory as we know it today would have been unthinkable. Jacques Derrida, Paul de Man, Michel Foucault, Roland Barthes, Gilles Deleuze: all are key theorists crucially influenced by Blanchot's work. This accessible guide: * works 'idea by idea' through Blanchot's writings, anchoring them in historical and intellectual contexts * examines Blanchot's understanding of literature, death, ethics and politics and the relationship between these themes * unravels even Blanchot's most complex ideas for the beginner * sketches the lasting impact of Blanchot's work on the field of critical theory. For those trying to come to grips with contemporary literary theory and modern French thought, the best advice is to start at the beginning: begin with Blanchot, and begin with this guide.
of hell. and waves of thought the wave of scalding water lapping first the testicles
then nipples at the edge.17 Maurice's writing returns a voice and body to Native
poetry, resisting the prescribed notion that all Native poetry should refer to Father
Author: Penelope Myrtle Kelsey
Publisher: SUNY Press
Category: Literary Criticism
Explores the work of Maurice Kenny, a pivotal figure in American Indian literature from the 1950s to the present.
While he was working at F.A.O. Schwarz, Maurice loved to visit the book
department. There, he met Frances Chrystie. Frances bought books from
publishers for F.A.O. Schwarz to sell. Frances discovered that Maurice was
interested in ...
Author: Mae Woods
Publisher: ABDO Publishing Company
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Presents the life of the artist and author known primarily for his award-winning illustrated children's books.
5 Maurice among the Unitarians THE principal source of Maurice's knowledge of
Unitarianism was his own father with whom he remained on affectionate terms
throughout their lives together . We must now look at Maurice's links with other ...
Author: David Young
Publisher: Oxford University Press
F.D. Maurice was one of Victorian Britain's most controversial thinkers. An Anglican theologian, he uneasily combined Unitarian ideas with the teaching of the Establishment, and led a movement to improve working men's education. This is a portrait of Maurice from the perspective of Unitarianism.
unburdened. place. Maurice liked the receptionist, too. Or secretary, he wasn't
sure which. She was good-looking and sleek like the office. He had little
experience of designer clothes, but he bet the dark-gray suit didn't come from
Author: Martha Grimes
"Chew on this," says Melrose Plant to Richard Jury, who's in the hospital being driven crazy by Hannibal, a nurse who likes to speculate on his chances for survival. Jury could use a good story, preferably one not ending with his own demise. Plant tells Jury of something he overheard in The Grave Maurice, a pub near the hospital. A woman told an intriguing story about a girl named Nell Ryder, granddaughter to the owner of the Ryder Stud Farm in Cambridgeshire, who went missing more than a year before and has never been found. What is especially interesting to Plant is that Nell is also the daughter of Jury's surgeon. But Nell's disappearance isn't the only mystery at the Ryder farm. A woman has been found dead on the track-a woman who was a stranger even to the Ryders. But not to Plant. She's the woman he saw in The Grave Maurice. Together with Jury, Nell's family, and the Cambridgeshire police, Plant embarks on a search to find Nell and bring her home. But is there more to their mission than just restoring a fifteen-year-old girl to her family? The Grave Maurice is the eighteenth entry in the Richard Jury series and, from its pastoral opening to its calamitous end, is full of the same suspense and humor that devoted readers expect from Martha Grimes.
By this time we were almost at Monsieur Maurice's door . A sudden thought
flashed upon me . I pulled him back , out of the sentry's hearing . “ Oh , father ! ” I
cried eagerly , “ will you not ask the King to let Monsieur Maurice free ? " My
Author: Amelia B. Edwards
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
In 1949 Maurice Sendak and his older brother Jack designed a series of
mechanical wooden toys based on characters in classic children's stories. They
took their prototypes to F.A.O. Schwarz, the big toy store on Fifth Avenue in
Author: EPUB 2-3
Publisher: Infobase Learning
enry Handel richardson's first novel Maurice Guest was published on 27 august
1908, and arose from her time spent as a student of piano at the Leipzig
conservatorium for music, from January 1889 to april 1892. the actual writing was
done in ...
Author: Henry Handel Richardson
Publisher: Sydney University Press
Maurice Guest was Richardson's first novel which she began in 1897. It was first published in London in 1908, and is still recognised as influential today. In 1888 the family moved to Germany and she read widely in European literature and began her own writing career with her first novel Maurice Guest (1908).