Holding Fast To An Image Of The Past
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📒Holding Fast To An Image Of The Past ✍ Neil Davidson
✏Holding Fast to an Image of the Past Book Summary : Davidson discusses how Marxism can retain a sense of historical tradition without becoming fossilized.
📒Walter Benjamin ✍ Eli Friedlander
✏Walter Benjamin Book Summary : Walter Benjamin is often viewed as a cultural critic who produced a vast array of brilliant, idiosyncratic pieces of writing with little more to unify them than the feeling that they all bear the stamp of his “unclassifiable” genius. Eli Friedlander finds an overarching coherence and a deep-seated commitment to engage the philosophical tradition.
📒Walter Benjamin ✍ David S. Ferris
✏Walter Benjamin Book Summary : This collection of nine essays focuses on those writings of Walter Benjamin (1892-1940) on literature and language that have a direct relevance to contemporary literary theory, notably his analyses of myth, violence, history, criticism, literature, and mass media. In an introductory essay, David S. Ferris discusses the problem of history, aura, and resistance in Benjamins later work and in its reception. Samuel Weber, in a reading of Benjamins most influential essay, "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, analyzes the status of the image and technology in Benjamins own terms and in the shadow of Heidegger. Rodolphe Gasché devotes himself to an analysis of Benjamins dissertation on the German Romantics, providing a valuable guide to a major text that has yet to appear in English translation.
📒Holding Fast ✍ Lauren Brooke
✏Holding Fast Book Summary : When an injured police horse named Venture arrives at Heartland, Amy assures Sergeant Garcia that Heartland can help him, but Amy finds her own faith put to the test as she works with the wounded gelding.
📒Holding Fast ✍ William A. Kahn
✏Holding Fast Book Summary : In Holding Fastthe stresses faced by caregiving organizations are identified and appropriate strategies for tackling these to create a resilient, effective organization are discussed.
📒Holding Fast And Letting Go ✍ Brudie Brudie
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📒Moving Forward Holding Fast ✍ Barbara T. Cooper
✏Moving Forward Holding Fast Book Summary : An era of remarkable change and progress, the nineteenth century was in every sense of the word dynamic. In France, writers and artists reflected the ambivalence of their compatriots to the relentlessly changing world around them. The essays assembled here, selected from the Twenty-first annual Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium held at the University of Delaware in 1995, bear witness to this ambivalence. They also testify to an impressive array of approaches to the theme of movement, from the literal to the literary, the social and socially conscious to the unconscious. The three-part collection (Thrust and Drag, Travel and Exile, Uncontrolled Movement) features essays by well-known British, Canadian, French, and American scholars on such authors as Balzac, Baudelaire, Flaubert, Gautier, Maupassant, Stendhal, and Zola and on such artists as Puvis de Chavannes, Millet and Corot.
📒Pictures Of The Past ✍ Francis H. Grundy
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📒As Radical As Reality Itself ✍ Neil Davidson
✏As Radical As Reality Itself Book Summary : Davidson brilliantly argues the case that Marxism should be seen as a living, breathing, critically engaged tradition.
📒The Secret Of Healing And Other Miracles Of The Mind ✍ Julia Seton
✏The Secret of Healing and Other Miracles of the Mind Book Summary : Dr. Julia Seton, M.D. explores the secrets of healing through the power of the human mind. Included are such topics as "The Secret of Healing," "Transcendentalism," "The Outside and the Inside of Life," "Cosmic Therapeutics," and "Absent Treatments." Dr. Seton writes: "If we want to heal ourselves we stand with our whole life open to the positive creative Cosmic currents and let them beat through us and around us; we will then and there to pass our whole being into union with every creative universal force, and to feel the power of its energy sweeping through us; we hold our life to this higher understanding until the great flood tide of the universe comes sweeping along our veins and through our being, washing away in its resistless force all the lesser moorings which hold us to the thoughts of disease or decay; we have then the life more abundantly than is promised and we feel that we have entered into that place that is prepared for the people of God; we are healed to stay healed for the very life blood of the universe is in our veins."