Reflections on Principles and Practice Barry, David Harold. Beyond App Appearances Re Reflections and Practice on Principles D aviD H arolD B arry , SJ Beyond Appearances Beyond Appearances Reflections on Principles and Practice DaviD.
Author: Barry, David Harold
Publisher: Weaver Press
Category: Political Science
Beyond Appearances: Reflections on Principles and Practice is a collection of 121 articles written between 2005 and 2008 for The Zimbabwean. As the title suggests, David Harold Barry, SJ invites us to rect upon our relationship with society. He asks repeatedly whether we should put ourselves or otherst, and what happens when we ignore the plight of those around us. We are also invited to rect on the nature of power, our interaction with it, and our attitude towards it: do we gullibly agree to do what we’re told without thinking, or do we rect on the consequences of apathy and inaction. This is a book to keep beside your bed, a book with which to begin the day as a citizen of the world and an individual for whom every action matters.
Beyond Appearances is a collection of short stories written between 2013 and 2015. During my writing I tried to show the unknown part of ourselves concealed behind the masks we usually wear, or that we don't want to See.
What appears to be a nightmare for Florence and Leona becomes an unexpected life-changing adventure. The fragile health of both elderly ladies require them to take up residence at a nursing home in Southern California with one consolation-at least they have each other. Florence and Leona are life-long friends, the kind who would do anything to help each other. The past catches up with Florence when she learns that her close friend, Bishop Gabriel, is being threatened by a scandal involving the two of them in 1941. Florence possesses the key to resolving the problem, but feels compelled to keep it to herself. Her friends, Father Carl and Leona, attempt to solve the dilemma, while trying to honor Florence's wishes to keep the facts confidential. Meanwhile, problems at the nursing home result in the plagues of a spiteful health inspector and abusive individuals. Just when they thought life in a nursing home was going to be dull, Florence and Leona find themselves on a mission to resolve the facilities problems. Will Father Carl and Leona find the information needed to stop a looming scandal-or will a number of lives be destroyed because Florence is forced to reveal her secret, but vital information?
There is no liberation beyond appearances into a supposed domain of authentic being. On the contrary, there is freedom as mobility among This interview has appeared in part in the political paper Lotta Continua (Constant Struggle) (Rome ...
Author: Gianni Vattimo
Publisher: SUNY Press
An original reading of Nietzsche and Heidegger that paved the way for Vattimo’s conception of weak thought. In Beyond the Subject Gianni Vattimo offers a reading of Nietzsche and Heidegger that shows how the premises to overcome the metaphysical Subject were already embedded in their thought. Vattimo makes a case for a Nietzsche who is not concerned with the structure and glorification of the Overman, but rather with its opposite, by showing how it is the single individual who must see and accept his/her potential and then excel and develop an inner strength and ethic. He reads Heidegger as concerned with the inevitable distortion present in every interpretation, which, when confronted and accepted, humbles us to deal with a less overarching telos or Grund, and makes us more attuned to contingency and interpersonal communication—what Vattimo calls a “weakened” notion of being. These original readings of Nietzsche and Heidegger pave the way for Vattimo’s concept of weak thought and open up to a future social ethic that is less agonistic and more community oriented. This edition includes two supplementary essays from 1986 and 1988 that expand on the same themes, providing a deeper look at an important decade in the development of Vattimo’s thought.
... proposes that freedom be taken as a kind of causality beyond appearances in order to complete the series of causes found within appearances. The crucial premise in the argument for a transcendent causality of freedom lies in the ...
Author: E.E. Kleist
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Kant's Critique of Judgment accounts for the sharing of a common world, experienced affectively, by a diverse human plurality. In order to appreciate Kant's project, Judging Appearances retrieves the connection between appearance and judgment in the Critique of Judgment. Kleist emphasizes the important but neglected idea of a sensus communis, which provides the indeterminate criterion for judgments regarding appearance. Judging Appearances examines the themes of appearance and judgment against the background of Kant's debt to Leibniz and Shaftesbury. Drawing upon treatments by Husserl, Sartre, Ricoeur and Arendt, Kleist delineates the proto-phenomenological method through which Kant uncovers the idea of a sensus communis. Kleist shows that taste is a discipline of opening oneself to appearance, requiring a subject who dwells in a common world of appearances among a diverse human plurality. This volume will prove valuable for anyone interested in a fresh approach to themes at the heart of Kant's aesthetics.
... Kenneth Feldman , Jenean Marchese , Michael Schwartz , Judith Tanur , members of the Feminist Seminar , and students in my Women and Men courses . I appreciate their interest and support in this effort to get beyond appearances .
Author: Diane Barthel
Publisher: Temple University Press
Category: Business & Economics
A lively critical analysis that reveals the overlooked and underestimated depth of cultural meaning behind contemporary American advertising
The Absolute, we may say in general, has no assets beyond appearances; and again, with appearances alone to its credit, the Absolute would be bankrupt. All of these are worthless alike apart from transmutation.
Author: Bradley, F H
First published in 2002. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
The most visible and appearance-related developmental changes occur, however, during puberty, and call for a ... I have learned to look beyond appearances, and do not try to be like everybody else (girl, aged 14) When I was 14, ...
Author: Nichola Rumsey
Publisher: Oxford University Press
We live in a society in which messages associating physical attractiveness with success and happiness are pervasive. There is an epidemic of appearance concerns amongst teenagers and adults in westernised countries and body image dissatisfaction is now considered normative.The Oxford Handbook of the Psychology of Appearance is a comprehensive reference text written by experts in the field. It examines how people feel about the waythey look, and why it is that some people are troubled by the way they look - reporting that these appearance-related concerns affect many aspects of their lives including relationships, health and well-being. It considers the influence of other people and how the media affects thoughts and behaviours relatedto appearance. It explores the experiences of people living with a disfigurement in a society that seems to be increasingly focussed on appearance and the pursuit of an idealised image of beauty, size and weight.
The very notion of an appearance presupposes something more, namely, a reality beyond appearances. Kant makes a distinction, then, between appearances (phenomena) and things-in-themselves (noumena), things as they are apart from ...
Author: Jeremy Stangroom
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Some of the most important principles of modern society were founded hundreds, even thousands, of years ago. Readers explore the lives of some of the greatest philosophers and thinkers of all time, from Socrates to Sartre. Topics covered include, how they lived, what their principles were, and what kind of an impact they have on modern society.
Granted therefore that the “ phenomenon ” or appearance of the Universe , as presented to us , is best apprehended as matter and force ... The very same process which enables us to pass beyond appearances , is open to us again .
Hegel gives a great deal of attention to the couplet, essence and appearance, and essence is considered so important ... To explain and make sense of the world, thought must nd ways of getting beyond appearances to underlying reality, ...
Author: Jacques Bidet
Category: Political Science
International and interdisciplinary in range and scope, the Critical Companion to Contemporary Marxism provides a thorough and precise panorama of recent developments in Marxist theory in the US, Europe and beyond.
Absolute immanence is irreducible to an aesthetics of immersion, extending beyond aesthetic experience. ... conditions supports a conceptualization of reality beyond appearances and a more functionalist conception of sound in the arts, ...
Author: Will Schrimshaw
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Immersion is the new orthodoxy. Within the production, curation and critique of sound art, as well as within the broader fields of sound studies and auditory culture, the immersive is routinely celebrated as an experiential quality of sound, the value of which is inherent yet strengthened through dubious metaphysical oppositions to the visual. Yet even within the visual arts an acoustic condition grounded in Marshall McLuhan's metaphorical notion of acoustic space underwrites predispositions towards immersion. This broad conception of an acoustic condition in contemporary art identifies the envelopment of audiences and spectators who no longer perceive from a distance but immanently experience immersive artworks and environments. Immanence and Immersion takes a critical approach to the figures of immersion and interiority describing an acoustic condition in contemporary art. It is argued that a price paid for this predisposition towards immersion is often the conceptual potency and efficacy of the work undertaken, resulting in arguments that compound the marginalisation and disempowerment of practices and discourses concerned with the sonic. The variously phenomenological, correlational and mystical positions that support the predominance of the immersive are subject to critique before suggesting that a stronger distinction between the often confused concepts of immersion and the immanence might serve as a means of breaking with the figure of immersion and the circle of interiority towards attaining greater conceptual potency and epistemological efficacy within the sonic arts.
... can be accounted for without going beyond appearance; we need only recognize that two qualia are identical if and only if they match all the same qualia. Although distinct qualia must indeed be phenomenally distinct, to say they are ...
Author: Nelson Goodman
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
With this third edition of Nelson Goodman's The Structure of Appear ance, we are pleased to make available once more one of the most in fluential and important works in the philosophy of our times. Professor Geoffrey Hellman's introduction gives a sustained analysis and appreciation of the major themes and the thrust of the book, as well as an account of the ways in which many of Goodman's problems and projects have been picked up and developed by others. Hellman also suggests how The Structure of Appearance introduces issues which Goodman later continues in his essays and in the Languages of Art. There remains the task of understanding Good man's project as a whole; to see the deep continuities of his thought, as it ranges from logic to epistemology, to science and art; to see it therefore as a complex yet coherent theory of human cognition and practice. What we can only hope to suggest, in this note, is the b. road Significance of Goodman's apparently technical work for philosophers, scientists and humanists. One may say of Nelson Goodman that his bite is worse than his bark. Behind what appears as a cool and methodical analysis of the conditions of the construction of systems, there lurks a radical and disturbing thesis: that the world is, in itself, no more one way than another, nor are we. It depends on the ways in which we take it, and on what we do.
The very same process which enables us to pass beyond appearances is open to us again . We have not availed ourselves yet of all our means ; we are midway in a course which calls us to continuance , and in which the experience of the ...
Perhaps properties the natures of which are not exhausted by appearance should never figure in the contents of ... Here again there are aspects to colour properties that go beyond appearances, that go beyond what perception is able to ...
Author: Anna Bergqvist
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Evaluation is ubiquitous. Indeed, it isn't an exaggeration to say that we assess actions, character, events, and objects as good, cruel, beautiful, etc., almost every day of our lives. Although evaluative judgement - for instance, judging that an institution is unjust - is usually regarded as the paradigm of evaluation, it has been thought by some philosophers that a distinctive and significant kind of evaluation is perceptual. For example, in aesthetics, some have claimed that adequate aesthetic judgement must be grounded in the appreciator's first hand-hand perceptual experience of the item judged. In ethics, reference to the existence and importance of something like ethical perception is found in a number of traditions, for example, in virtue ethics and sentimentalism. This volume brings together philosophers working in aesthetics, epistemology, ethics, philosophy of mind, and value theory to investigate what we call 'evaluative perception'. Specifically, they engage with (1) Questions regarding the existence and nature of evaluative perception: Are there perceptual experiences of values? If so, what is their nature? Are perceptual experiences of values sui generis? Are values necessary for certain kinds of perceptual experience? (2) Questions about epistemology: Can evaluative perceptual experiences ever justify evaluative judgements? Are perceptual experiences of values necessary for certain kinds of justified evaluative judgements? (3) Questions about value theory: Is the existence of evaluative perceptual experience supported or undermined by particular views in value theory? Are particular views in value theory supported or undermined by the existence of evaluative perceptual experience?
One must see beyond appearances to apprehend transonic reality and see the Lord as is. As God transcends Itself to be as you are, you must transcend yourself to be as God is; thereby seeing yourself in God as a transonic being, ...
Author: Glen C. Cutlip
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Within the Transonic Communicator, one finds a means of Communication that transcends communication itself without doing so. Transonic Communication is a communication that takes place within one’s threefold Christ Self with the Consciousness of God. It’s an interactive communication, not a one way thing. One must participate in the communication.
Therefore, substance neither lies beyond appearances nor is dissolvable ... and an apperceptive apprehension, through which an exhibiting appearance is constituted” (Hua XI, 18). Spatial objects are constituted “mediately, ...
Author: Daniele De Santis
Phenomenology was one of the twentieth century’s major philosophical movements, and it continues to be a vibrant and widely studied subject today with relevance beyond philosophy in areas such as medicine and cognitive sciences. The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy is an outstanding guide to this important and fascinating topic. Its focus on phenomenology’s historical and systematic dimensions makes it a unique and valuable reference source. Moreover, its innovative approach includes entries that don’t simply reflect the state-of-the-art but in many cases advance it. Comprising seventy-five chapters by a team of international contributors, the Handbook offers unparalleled coverage and discussion of the subject, and is divided into five clear parts: • Phenomenology and the history of philosophy • Issues and concepts in phenomenology • Major figures in phenomenology • Intersections • Phenomenology in the world. Essential reading for students and researchers in philosophy studying phenomenology, The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy is also suitable for those in related disciplines such as psychology, religion, literature, sociology and anthropology.
Appearances is my enemy, mocking me, serving me up. ... For the time being, the simple thought that she had been lucky enough to have met someone who could see beyond Appearances was enough to send her into ...
Author: Mark Freeman
Category: Literary Criticism
Originally published in 1993. This book explores the process by which individuals reconstruct the meaning and significance of past experience. Drawing on the lives of such notable figures as St Augustine, Helen Keller and Philip Roth as well as on the combined insights of psychology, philosophy and literary theory, the book sheds light on the intricacies and dilemmas of self-interpretation in particular and interpretive psychological enquiry more generally. The author draws upon selected, mainly autobiographical, literary texts in order to examine concretely the process of rewriting the self. Among the issues addressed are the relationship of rewriting the self to the concept of development, the place of language in the construction of selfhood, the difference between living and telling about it, the problem of facts in life history narrative, the significance of the unconscious in interpreting the personal past, and the freedom of the narrative imagination. Alpha Sigma Nu National Book Award winner in 1994
... but from the realityof knowledge,” by whichhe meant knowledge obtained fromgoing beyond appearances.Ina similarvein, Duchamp,wrote Apollinaire, used shapes andcolor “not to capture appearances but to penetrate the very nature ...
Author: Arthur I. Miller
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
A dazzling look at the artists working on the frontiers of science. In recent decades, an exciting new art movement has emerged in which artists utilize and illuminate the latest advances in science. Some of their provocative creations—a live rabbit implanted with the fluorescent gene of a jellyfish, a gigantic glass-and-chrome sculpture of the Big Bang (pictured on the cover)—can be seen in traditional art museums and magazines, while others are being made by leading designers at Pixar, Google’s Creative Lab, and the MIT Media Lab. In Colliding Worlds, Arthur I. Miller takes readers on a wild journey to explore this new frontier. Miller, the author of Einstein, Picasso and other celebrated books on science and creativity, traces the movement from its seeds a century ago—when Einstein’s theory of relativity helped shape the thinking of the Cubists—to its flowering today. Through interviews with innovative thinkers and artists across disciplines, Miller shows with verve and clarity how discoveries in biotechnology, cosmology, quantum physics, and beyond are animating the work of designers like Neri Oxman, musicians like David Toop, and the artists-in-residence at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider. From NanoArt to Big Data, Miller reveals the extraordinary possibilities when art and science collide.
beyond appearances inspired theologians and scientists alike to look deeper into nature's mysteries. As the medieval concept of God lost much of its explanatory power, Plato's search for the truth underlying appearances was ...
Author: Helen Buss Mitchell
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Mitchell's ROOTS OF WISDOM: A TAPESTRY OF PHILOSOPHICAL TRADITIONS, Eighth Edition, invites readers to explore universal and current philosophical issues through a rich tapestry of worldviews that include the ideas and traditions of men and women from the West, Asia, the Americas and Africa. No other book covers such a wide breadth of multicultural coverage coupled with a clear, concise and engaging writing style. Striking images from fine art, cartoons, poetry, movies, current events and popular music illustrate our diverse cultural inheritance and bring the issues of philosophy to life. This edition's theme of personhood is addressed in the Confucian Socially Molded Self, discussions about who is and who is not a citizen in a republic, the construction of a planned city and the question of whether other animals do or should enjoy personhood. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.