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The Art Of Presence

Author : Arnold Stein
ISBN : 0520346750
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The Art Of Authorial Presence

Author : Gary Richard Thompson
ISBN : 0822313219
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The critical literary world has spent a wealth of thought and words on the question of Hawthorne himself: Where does he stand in his works? In history? In literary tradition? In this major new study, G. R. Thompson recasts the "Hawthorne question" to show how authorial presence in the writer's works is as much a matter of art as the writing itself. The Hawthorne who emerges from this masterful analysis is not, as has been supposed, identical to the provincial narrator of his early tales; instead he is revealed to be the skillful manipulator of that narrative voice, an author at an ironic distance from the tales he tells. By focusing on the provincial tales as they were originally conceived--as a narrative cycle--Thompson is able to recover intertextual references that reveal Hawthorne's preoccupation with framing strategies and variations on authorial presence. The author shows how Hawthorne deliberately constructs sentimental narratives, only to deconstruct them. Thompson's analysis provides a new aesthetic context for understanding the whole shape of Hawthorne's career as well as the narrative, ethical, and historical issues within individual works. Revisionary in its view of one of America's greatest authors, The Art of Authorial Presence also offers invaluable insight into the problems of narratology and historiography, ethics and psychology, romanticism and idealism, and the cultural myths of America.

Of Presence And Absence

Author : Diarmuid Costello
ISBN : OCLC:1193443161
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Archaeologies Of Presence

Author : Gabriella Giannachi
ISBN : 9780415557672
Genre : Performing Arts
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Archaeologies of Presence is a brilliant exploration of how the performance of presence can be understood through the relationships between performance theory and archaeological thinking. Drawing together carefully commissioned contributions by leading international scholars and artists, this radical new work poses a number of essential questions: What are the principle signifiers of theatrical presence? How is presence achieved through theatrical performance? What makes a memory come alive and live again? How is presence connected with identity? Is presence synonymous with 'being in the moment'? What is the nature of the 'co-presence' of audience and performer? Where does performance practice end and its documentation begin? Co-edited by performance specialists Gabriella Giannachi and Nick Kaye, and archaeologist Michael Shanks, Archaeologies of Presence represents an innovative and rewarding feat of interdisciplinary scholarship.

The Art Of Presence

Author : Joanne O'Neil
ISBN : 0615372821
Genre : Conduct of life
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Presence encourages the art of perspective. Psychologically, the practice of presence cultivates a mindful center from which we are aware of the contents of our experience without being overly identified with them. Presence and mindful intention allow us a place to rest in our truth, to discover our inner stillness, to respond rather than react.

The Art Of Reflective Teaching

Author : Carol R. Rodgers
ISBN : 9780807763643
Genre : Education
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"This book examines what it means to be present in one's teaching- how to mentally and emotionally connect to your students, your classroom, and your teaching. The author outlines the structure of reflection, its intentional practice, and its importance to presence. Rodgers also provides a detailed outline for teaching presence to new and preservice teachers"--

Presence

Author : Rupert Spira
ISBN : 1908664037
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Your self, aware presence, knows no resistance to any appearance and, as such, is happiness itself; like the empty space of a room it cannot be disturbed and is, therefore, peace itself; like this page, it is intimately one with whatever appears on it and is thus love itself; and like water that is not affected by the shape of a wave, it is pure freedom. Causeless joy, imperturbable peace, love that knows no opposite and freedom at the heart of all experience....this is your ever-present nature under all circumstances. Rupert Spira Presence is a profound and luminous book with great power and is obviously the fruit of many years of contemplation. These two volumes together are a relentless and utterly thorough examination of the nature of experience, exploring every square centimeter of the territory with absolute excellence and ruthlessly precise analysis. Their astuteness and clarity will be extremely exciting to those readers who are ready for the next steps in lifting the veil of separation and I suspect it will become a spiritual classic that readers will savour slowly and return to again and again. Victoria Ritchie Former Manager of Watkins Bookshop and Editor for Eckhart Tolle

Presence And Process In Expressive Arts Work

Author : Sally Atkins
ISBN : 9780857008114
Genre : Psychology
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What are the basic attitudes, values, and practices that are essential for effective work with the expressive arts? This book explores the answer to that question. The authors examine in depth the concepts of 'presence' - a way of 'being' - and 'process' - an open and trusting way of working - in the professional helping relationship and in the making of art. They introduce readers to the premise of the 'uniqueness of persons' that underpins these ideas, and look at how to realize them in practice. Diverse experiences are also shared of using the arts in group and individual work in a variety of settings, from team building and education to counseling, psychotherapy and supervision. This book is a comprehensive, foundational guide for all practitioners who use the expressive arts as a way of facilitating learning, growth, healing, and change, including expressive arts therapists and students, counsellors, coaches, and other helping professionals. With its clear structure and straight forward style, the book is appropriate also for beginners in these professional fields.

The African Presence In The Art Of The Americas

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ISBN : UVA:X001907569
Genre : Art
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Likeness And Presence

Author : Hans Belting
ISBN : 0226042154
Genre : Art
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Before the Renaissance and Reformation, holy images were treated not as "art" but as objects of veneration which possessed the tangible presence of the Holy. the faithful believed that these images served as relics and were able to work miracles, deliver oracles, and bring victory to the battlefield. In this magisterial book, Hans Belting traces the long history of the sacral image and its changing role--from surrogate for the represented image to an original work of art--in European culture. Likeness and Presence looks at the beliefs, superstitions, hopes, and fears that come into play as people handle and respond to sacred images, and presents a compelling interpretation of the place of the image in Western history. -- Back cover.

The Italian Presence In American Art 1860 1920

Author : Irma B. Jaffe
ISBN : 0823213420
Genre : Art
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Like a magic potion, Italianita has seeped through the stream of American aesthetic consciousness ever since Benjamin West stepped onto Italian soil in 1760. The first period of this artistic phenomenon was investigated in The Italian Presence in American Art, 1760-1860 and the book at hand thus continues this intellectual exploration in its development during the following sixty years. Those decades between the Civil War and World War I brought to a climax the growing sense of American continental nationhood, and this strengthened perception of national identity was reflected in American art. A synthesis was achieved in which American values and images were fused with the great tradition flowing from its Italian source. Among the themes that arise from this examination of the role that Italy played in shaping American art is first and foremost the struggle to resolve the issue of what American art ought to express: our European heritage or our cultural independence. This question penetrates to the heart of the most widely debated topic in present-day American culture - multiculturalism. The reader may well find previously unconsidered relationships between our past and present, and may be led to reconsider problems posed by the conflicting needs of unity and diversity in our nation. Other themes that appear in these essays deal with the development of American wealth and its role in influencing the taste of the period, and with feminism. In these pages it will be noticed how very closely American art mirrors the American Experience. While all art reflects the cultural context in which it is created, the nature of American art, predominantly Romantic-Realism, makes the link between idea and image particularly visible. What becomes evident is that "the Italian presence" was almost never a simple matter of direct influence; rather it was an experience for American artists that afforded them, above all, insight and inspiration. Italy was America's muse.

The Art Of Being A Healing Presence

Author : James E. Miller
ISBN : 1885933320
Genre : Friendship
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Jim Miller teamed with hospice chaplain Susan Cutshall to create a book about how to be with others in a way that's compassionate, nurturing, healing, and potentially even transforming. The foundational ideas are laid out in 15 short chapters: "There's only one place to begin-with yourself." "Healing presence is most effective when it's least active." Whole pages of engaging quotations and artistic drawings are interwoven with insightful observations and practical suggestions. Ideal for both professional and lay caregivers

Mastering The Art Of Presence Based Leadership

Author : Keith Yoder
ISBN : 0985589574
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What's still missing in Christian leadership? Whether in business, service or congregation, move beyond trying to juggle leadership tips, techniques and methods. Finally lead as the Creator intended from the beginning--from the posture of Christ's Presence, hearing His direction and aligning with Him to establish his government in your sphere of leadership.

The Lost Art Of Practicing His Presence

Author : James W. Goll
ISBN : 9780768499186
Genre : Religion
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The presence of God is meant to be more than just an occasional event during Sunday morning Worship---you are meant to live in God's presence! In The Lost Art of Practicing His Presence, James W. Goll uncovers ancient and nearly forgotten keys to deeper intimacy with Christ Jesus while revealing the ease of working with Christ instead of for Him. Through this book you will rediscover the lost precepts of Biblical meditation, contemplative prayer, and waiting on the Lord and learn how to apply them in your own life. Most importantly, you will gain inspiration for your own intimate walk and the courage to spread the fire His presence to everyone around you! The Lost Art of Practicing His Presence also includes a modern-language translation of The Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence. An inspiration to James Goll, this 15th-century believer has inspired generations of Christians with his simple life and profound writings on the nature and presence of the Lord.

Inspirational Presence

Author : Jeff Evans
ISBN : 9781600375712
Genre : Business & Economics
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Inspirational Presence is an invitation to create a new generation of leaders who are willing to challenge their ways of seeing the world and the people within it. These leaders will be appreciative of the global implications of their thoughts and actions, and know how to create profound change in themselves and in others. The methods and models presented in Inspirational Presence tap into models of collaborative change and learning, as well as presenting current learnings in emotional intelligence and its deep impact on teams and organizations. Leaders will learn how to use Five Competencies for Transformation in ways that inspire and empower others.Also, they can explore the difference between transformational and transactional leadership styles, and see a model that simplifies the difference. By understanding how people engage change, leaders can know which of their actions create the most compelling draws into the future and how to present their ideas.

The Presence Of Greatness

Author : Tim Klingender
ISBN : 0646909762
Genre : Art, Aboriginal Australian
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The exhibition features rare and important depictions of Wanjina created in the period 1960 to 1980 by acknowledged masters Alec Mingelmanganu, Charlie Numbulmoore, Mickey Bungkuni and others and also features three exceptional early paintings by Rover Thomas.

Shifting Interfaces

Author : Hava Aldouby
ISBN : 9789462702257
Genre : Art
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Early 21st century media arts are addressing the anxieties of an age shadowed by ubiquitous surveillance, big-data profiling, and globalised translocations of people. Altogether, they tap the overwhelming changes in our lived experience of self, body, and intersubjective relations. Shifting Interfaces addresses current exciting exchanges between art, science, and emerging technologies, highlighting a range of concerns that currently prevail in the field of media arts. This book provides an up-to-date perspective on the field, with a considerable representation of art-based research gaining salience in media art studies. The collection attends to art projects interrogating the destabilisation of identity and the breaching of individual privacy, the rekindled interest in phenomenology and in the neurocognitive workings of empathy, and the routes of interconnectivity beyond the human in the age of the Internet of Things. Offering a diversity of perspectives, ranging from purely theoretical to art-based research, and from aesthetics to social and cultural critique, this volume will be of great value for readers interested in contemporary art, art-science-technology interfaces, visual culture, and cultural studies.

The Presence Process

Author : Michael Brown & Eckhart Tolle
ISBN : 9788184952049
Genre : Religion
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We no longer need to feel that the path tread by most of humanity is one quiet desperation. In The Presence Process, we now have a sensible step-by-step procedure that empowers us to heal the ghosts from our past so we can live liberated lives – Now. In showing us how to step beyond our personal physical, mental, and emotional afflictions and addictions, and by empowering us to facilitate ourselves into wholeness, The Presence Process takes a bold step into a new paradigm of healthcare. The lucid flow of this text magnetically and gently draws us into a transformational experience that automatically grounds us into the vibrant radiance of Present Moment Awareness – where we find our liberation, our healing, our innate wisdom. INCLUDES SPOKEN-WORD AUDIO THE ART OF PRESENCE On The Art of Presence, Eckhart Tolle invites you to a six-session audio retreat to teach you how to deepen the moment-to-moment realization of your essential nature – the unified consciousness that lives all things. With his one-of-a-kind instruction, he shows how to ground yourself in the vibrancy of your “inner body” while simultaneously breaking free from the illusion of separation from the outside world; how to connect to “the perceiver” of all your experiences to realize the wisdom of spiritual surrender; and much more.

Kything

Author : Louis M. Savary
ISBN : IND:39000004346701
Genre : Religion
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Introduces and explains the communion skill of kything, a spirit-to-spirit loving presence which can bring about a deep sense of peace and communication.

Logic For The Million A Familiar Exposition Of The Art Of Reasoning By A Fellow Of The Royal Society J W Gilbart

Author : James William GILBART
ISBN : BL:A0025146760
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