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Thought Signs

Author : Carl G. Liungman
ISBN : 9051991975
Genre : Science
File Size : 41.27 MB
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The book is the first comprehensive encyclopedia of Western ideograms ever published, unique in its search systems, that allows the reader to locate a symbol by defining just four of its visual characteristics. It is about our graphic cultural heritage as expressed in subway graffiti, fighter jets' signs and emergency exit symbols. It contains 2,300 symbols, 1,600 articles and streamlined reference functions. Ideogram scarved in mammoth teeth by Cro-Magnon men 25,000 years ago, put on modern household appliances by their manufacturers or sprayed on walls by political activists, are all presented in dictionary form for easy reference. Symbols cover current designs used in advertising, logotyping, architecture, design, decoration, religion, politics and astrology.
Category: Science

Transactions Of The Philological Society

Author : Philological Society (Great Britain)
ISBN : HARVARD:32044098627433
Genre : Electronic journals
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List of members included in most vols.
Category: Electronic journals

Thought Symbols

Author : Edgar Maynard
ISBN : 1494866560
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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You don't realize it but you have already experienced the incredible power of Thought Symbols... You encounter Thought Symbols on a daily basis and they not only affect your life they have changed the entire world. Now it is time for YOU to learn how to harness the power of Thought Symbols. In this concise, no nonsense book I will teach you how to use Thought Symbols to get anything YOU want and transform YOUR life. Thought Symbols are so easy to learn and so simple to use that literally anyone can be taught this process. Don't waste time with long winded, over complicated "secrets" and "laws" that promise to attract things into your life. Thought Symbols actually do work and will always deliver whatever you request of them. After teaching many, many others about Thought Symbols for years I have now written this simple instructional book in order to spread the word even further so that people like YOU can also learn about Thought Symbols. Thought Symbols are so easy to use that I promise you will practically be an expert at the entire process as soon as you finish reading this book! So if you want to learn a process that really will bring all of your hopes, dreams and desires into reality then Thought Symbols is the only book you need to start you on your journey...
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Open Court

Author : Paul Carus
ISBN : UIUC:30112004039662
Genre : China
File Size : 28.28 MB
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Category: China

The Open Court

Author : Paul Carus
ISBN : IND:32000000712721
Genre : Religion
File Size : 80.54 MB
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Category: Religion

Faith And Thought

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ISBN : UOM:39015063775186
Genre : Religion and science
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Category: Religion and science

Official Report

Author : American Association of School Administrators
ISBN : CHI:108279604
Genre : Education
File Size : 78.55 MB
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Category: Education

Nature And Thought

Author : St. George Jackson Mivart
ISBN : UOM:39015070461127
Genre : Metaphysics
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Category: Metaphysics

A Forest Of Symbols

Author : Andrei Pop
ISBN : 9781935408369
Genre : Art
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A groundbreaking reassessment of Symbolist artists and writers that investigates the concerns they shared with scientists of the period—the problem of subjectivity in particular. In A Forest of Symbols, Andrei Pop presents a groundbreaking reassessment of those writers and artists in the late nineteenth century associated with the Symbolist movement. For Pop, “symbolist” denotes an art that is self-conscious about its modes of making meaning, and he argues that these symbolist practices, which sought to provide more direct access to viewers and readers by constant revision of its material means of meaning-making (brushstrokes on a canvas, words on a page), are crucial to understanding the genesis of modern art. The symbolists saw art not as a social revolution, but as a revolution in sense and how to conceptualize the world. The concerns of symbolist painters and poets were shared to a remarkable degree by theoretical scientists of the period, who were dissatisfied with the strict empiricism dominant in their disciplines, which made shared knowledge seem unattainable. The problem of subjectivity in particular, of what in one's experience can and cannot be shared, was crucial to the possibility of collaboration within science and to the communication of artistic innovation. Pop offers close readings of the literary and visual practices of Manet and Mallarmé, of drawings by Ernst Mach, William James and Wittgenstein, of experiments with color by Bracquemond and Van Gogh, and of the philosophical systems of Frege and Russell—filling in a startling but coherent picture of the symbolist heritage of modernity and its consequences.
Category: Art