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The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of
The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of

The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of Modernity by Linda Nochlin

The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of Modernity



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ISBN: 9780500283059
Page: 64
Publisher: Thames & Hudson


Nov 4, 2012 - Physical education should be geared to benefit the soul rather than the body, since the body necessarily benefits when the soul is in a good condition, whereas the soul does not necessarily benefit when the body is in a good condition (410b-c). Apr 20, 2012 - Both the second and third girl from the left have taken on the traditional photo posture among local ethnic groups, feet parallel, arms straight and hands placed in front of the body. With subsequent viewings, the painting seems to take on more complexity – the road becomes a metaphor for modernity, travel, and emptiness. So while our lone Guatemalan egg seller tells the story of the fragmentation and alienation of individuals in an age of ultramodern capital, her story is also potentially a hopeful one. Apr 21, 2014 - The notion of an “alienated seeing” (PP 269) is perpetuated – the “remote and fugitive” (LP 22) poet's eye detailing death, life-in-death, the corruption of bodies and matter, the existentialist reaction to human advancement, juxtaposition of Throughout Malice in Underland, the technologies of sound become topic and metaphor; they have their histories (“patty hearst on the / other side of the surveillance machine” (“Screen Test Portrait Nude,” MU 40) and their failures. The Samstag Museum of Smart's images are inherently cinematic – reading like fragments of a larger narrative. Sep 26, 2012 - With a career spanning several decades, he has produced a body of work which reflects and comments upon contemporary life with what's become an iconic and instantly recognisable style. Jan 7, 2013 - The result is a radical dualism between body and soul, between my mind (res cogitans) and all external entities (res extensa), between “I” and both the physical world of nature and the social world of other human beings. And yet, will includes the “will to truth,” which Nietzsche, an “immoralist” who is also one of modernity's major moral philosophers, never quite abandons. Anil and Sarath discover a body murdered on government land, and nickname the victim Sailor. And as you note, its forensic aspect lends archaeology a different authority than, say, poetry…and one that's especially powerful in the frame of modernity. A crucial piece of evidence for this approach is Socrates' presentation of the philosopher who agrees to rule the city even though this will interfere with his desire to learn. Socrates begins to describe how the .. But the way archaeology and landscape poetry overlap and converge in the construct 'Hellas' is remarkable. Because (1) Zygmunt Bauman, Liquid Modernity (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers), pages 7-8. Jan 7, 2010 - He even contradicts himself, first maintaining that he's interested in remolding the human body through technology and then later saying that mantra was just a ruse, and what he's really after is unleashing the sexuality of the car crash. By emphasizing this chasm between his private .. Feb 12, 2013 - Almost all cognitive functions are affected by this horrific disorder: perceptions of space and time fragment; linguistic expression becomes stuttered and aimless (this is usually referred to as 'word salad'); and emotions become The Menger sponge is, of course, a metaphor, but it seems a particularly powerful one to help non-sufferers understand what schizophrenia is really about so that we can perhaps begin to try and move beyond the Dr. Nov 9, 2012 - Reading, in his novels, becomes a way to heal these traumas, to piece together this fragmentation.

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