The Art Of Orientation

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The Art Of Orientation

Author : Mona Jalhami
ISBN : 3777435937
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The Art of Orientation celebrates the origins, meanings, and functions of the mosque throughout the world using a careful selection of one hundred and twenty-five artifacts--including intricately designed pulpits, prayer rugs, lamps, and manuscripts. Tracing the evolution of the mosque from the Prophet's humble mud-brick structure in Medina to the imposing stone assemblies of Cairo and Istanbul, an interdisciplinary group of leading Arab and international authors present a personal, insightful, and accessible survey of Islamic masterpieces past and present.
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Elemental Feng Shui

Author : M. Charlyne Chiasson
ISBN : 9781525510984
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Although Feng Shui is a relatively new concept in the West, when we break it down into Feng / Wind, our breath and Shui/ Water, our sustenance, it becomes very basic. In reality, Feng Shui is about balance and harmony on all levels. This book explores its ancient wisdom through the elements, and how they shape us and our world from the inside out. Charlyne’s experience in the design world allows her a unique interpretation of its various applications. Whether used as a reference guide for design professions or a self help book to learn who we are, it teaches us on many levels how to create nourishing lives and environments.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Art And Science Of Teaching Orientation And Mobility To Persons With Visual Impairments

Author : William Henry Jacobson
ISBN : 0891282459
Genre : Education
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An updated and comprehensive description of the techniques of teaching orientation and mobility, presented along with considerations and strategies for sensitive and effective teaching. Factors like individual needs, environmental features, and ethical issues are also discussed in this important text.
Category: Education

What Is Orientation

Author : Werner Stegmaier
ISBN : 9783110575149
Genre : Philosophy
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The very first thing one does in all situations of life is orient oneself. Decisions of orientation, which are mostly made under uncertainty and the pressure of time, largely determine subsequent decisions. But what is orientation? The problems of orientation are as old as humankind, the word is used everywhere, but the concept has never been thoroughly investigated. The philosopher Werner Stegmaier comprehensively clarifies for the first time the conditions and structures of orientation, including those of our sexual, economic, media, political, legal, scientific, artistic, religious, moral, and ethical orientations. He thereby establishes a new philosophical language and offers a philosophy for our time. "As if I unexpectedly slipped down into a deep vortex, I am swirled around in a way that I can neither put a foot down, nor swim to the surface. Nonetheless, I will work my way out ... " (René Descartes, Philosopher) "As often as my speculation seems to lead me too far from the paved road of common sense, I stand still and seek to orient myself. I look back at the point from which we started, and I seek to compare the two guideposts I have." (Moses Mendelssohn, Philosopher) "A philosophical problem has the form: ‘I do not know my way about.’" (Ludwig Wittgenstein, Philosopher) "The second O, orientation – as the repository of our genetic heritage, cultural tradition, and previous experiences – is the most important part of the O-O-D-A loop since it shapes the way we observe, the way we decide, the way we act." (John Boyd, Military Strategist)
Category: Philosophy

The Art Of Christian Listening

Author : Thomas N. Hart
ISBN : 0809123452
Genre : Religion
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Discusses how one can serve others by listening to their stories, and describes the objectives and limits of the role of a Christian listener.
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The Art Of Managing Your Support Staff

Author : Howard I. Hatoff
ISBN : STANFORD:36105043897672
Genre : Law
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This book discusses practical ways of dealing with such areas as group interviewing, in-house training programs, labor relations in the law office, flex time, stress and productivity, and absenteeism.
Category: Law

Orientation To Cinema

Author : W. Milton Timmons
ISBN : IND:39000016003407
Genre : Performing Arts
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Nearly everyone has dreamed of working in the TV-Film business. But there's never before been a source of information about what the jobs are, what they involve, how much they pay, how to qualify, how to find them, & how to get hired. A must for every library & counselor. "A wide-angle view of the film & television industries, focusing on technological, aesthetic & organizational aspects. ORIENTATION TO CINEMA...fulfills its purpose of giving aspiring professionals a clear picture of their intended careers. A well-illustrated volume, it covers in exhaustive detail all areas of production, distribution & related fields."--AMERICAN CINEMATOGRAPHER. Available in two formats: an integrated edition, & a split edition. Volume 1 of the split edition contains text but no photographs. Volume 2 of the split edition is a photographic supplement, plus index.
Category: Performing Arts

The Art Of Aging

Author : Patrick L. McKee
ISBN : UOM:39015015251799
Genre : Art
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Orientalism Orientation And The Nomadic Work Of Pina Bausch

Author : Deirdre Mulrooney
ISBN : 3631381069
Genre : History
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This book analyses the Tanztheater Wuppertal in the light of Edward Said's theory of Orientalism. Deirdre Mulrooney does this by examining how Pina Bausch and her company negotiate foreign cities in Viktor, Palermo Palermo, Tanzabend 2, 1991, and Ein Trauerspiel. Mulrooney makes these four scriptless productions available for academic investigation by transcribing them and taking them as a paradigm for Bausch's entire oeuvre. She thus illustrates how Pina Bausch has developed a transformative theatrical language which cultivates a new way of looking at the world.
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En Vue Du 21e Si Cle Orientation Nouvelle Des Mus Es Nationaux Du Canada

Author : Canadian Museum of Civilization
ISBN : UOM:39015019430993
Genre : History
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Contains papers presented as a lecture series which discuss the changing museum scene in Canada and new directions in museum programming. They contain ideas which will guide Canada's national museums into the 21st century.
Category: History