Symbolism Its Origins And Its Consequences

Author: Rosina Neginsky
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443824526
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He wrote that the notion of a symbol in the Symbolist movement is the opposite of the notion of the symbol in classical usage: instead of going from the abstract to the concrete (Venus, incarnated in the statue, represents love), it goes ...

Traditions Of De Coo Dah

Author: William Pidgeon
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And antiquarian researches: comprising extensive explorations, surveys, and
excavations of earthen remains of the mound-builders in America; the traditions
of the last prophet of the Elk nation relative to their origin and use; and the
evidences ... on earth that presents in its natnre so lively a symbol of sin, and its
consequences as that reptile, in its superior power to charm even unto death the
most timid and innocent dove, we at once perceive that in accordance with
customs common ...

Traditions Of De Coo Dah And Antiquarian Researches

Author: William Pidgeon
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But when reflection unveils the fact that there is no animal on earth that presents
in its nature so lively a symbol of sin, and its consequences as that reptile, in its
superior power to charm even unto death the most timid and innocent dove, we at
once perceive that in accordance with customs common among savage nations it
would in its peculiar nature at onco become an object of adoration ; and again,
when we reflect on the antiquity of the symbol having its origin in the garden of ...

Symbolism Or Exposition Of The Doctrinal Differences Between Catholics And Protestants As Evidenced By Their Symbolical Writings

Author: Johann Adam Möhler
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Lutheranism, from its origin down to the middle of the eighteenth century. Rise of
Rationalism. Michaelis. The school of Semler. Moms and the elder Eickhorn, and
others. The more open infidels Nicolai, Bahrdt, and Basedow. Deism the
legitimate offspring of the Reformation. Reymarus and [Lessing assail Christianity
. Glance at the German literature of the eighteenth century, in its relation to the
Christian religion. Aneedotes of Gothe's extraordinary admiration for the Catholic
liturgy ...

Social Formation And Symbolic Landscape

Author: Denis E. Cosgrove
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
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Introduction This book is about the idea of landscape, its origins and
development as a cultural concept in the West since the Renaissance. During
that period many Europeans came to see the ... which they have commented on
social relations. Landscape is a way of seeing that has its own history, but a
history that can be understood only as part of a wider history of economy and
society; that has its own assumptions and consequences, but assumptions and
consequences whose ...

Light And Obscurity In Symbolism

Author: Rosina Neginsky
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
ISBN: 1443887595
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The idea of light and darkness is one of the central ideas of the Symbolist movement, since this is a movement of contrasts.

Decoding The Lost Symbol

Author: Simon Cox
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1907195122
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Alchemy is at the heart of the Western Mysteries and pervades all traditions in
some way, shape or form through its exquisite language of symbols. Its origins
are lost in the mists of time but are extremely ancient, and there are many stories
concerning its beginnings. It was known to and practised by the Egyptians and
Chinese in antiquity. Its name means 'the Land of Khem', or 'the black land', from
the Arabic name for Egypt, Al-Khemia or Kemet. The reference to black relates to
the ...

An Essay On Money Its Origin And Use

Author: J. Taylor
Publisher: Рипол Классик
ISBN: 5872069413
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of universal practice, the word cansairtudo, or custom; was its natural designation
; and inasmuch as the cutting-0f was a very commOn operation, which did not
stop here, but in course of time extended itself to almost every thing that could be
cat away, we camelto have the word cmcise introduced, also tallage, a process
as much disliked in its day, as the excise is now. A customer* is at present one
who in return for real money gives you that which is symbolic : he takes away
your ...

Origins

Author: Yves Coppens
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 1628722800
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Consciousness and its consequencesymbolic thought— have developed
slowly over many generations. But what is new, beginning roughly 100,000 years
ago, is man's ability to conceive of another world to such a degree that he
prepares for the voyage, with rituals to go with it and, starting forty thousand years
ago, the art to go with it. Only certain special individuals have the right to this
ritual burial, which implies a social pecking order. The Relay of Culture And then
followed ...

Sign Image Symbol

Author: Gyorgy Kepes
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Thus, language may be born of magic, a process certainly infinitesimally slow in
its beginnings, but man has had many hundred thousands of years at his
disposal to come from an anthropoid to Pithecanthropus, Sinanthropus, and
Homo sapiens. Whatever the origin of symbolism, its consequences are
enormous. The first consequence is obvious. Phylogenetic evolution, based on
hereditary changes, is supplanted by history, based on the tradition of symbols. In
the biological sphere, ...