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Traum und Inspiration

Author: Marlen Schneider
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Träume gelten schon seit der Antike als Quelle der Inspiration. Anhand medienübergreifender, interdisziplinärer Analysen entwirft dieser Band erstmals ein differenziertes Bild der Funktionen und Deutungen dieses zentralen Topos der europäischen Kulturgeschichte. Insbesondere ab dem ausgehenden 18. Jahrhundert werden Träume zunehmend als Erfahrungsräume für künstlerische Kreativität nutzbar gemacht. Doch die Rede vom Träumer als Künstler beziehungsweise vom Künstler als Träumer durchzieht nicht nur den philosophischen und kunsttheoretischen Diskurs der Romantik und daran anknüpfender Künstler- und Schriftstellergenerationen. Sie findet sich bis heute in zahlreichen Werken der Literatur, Malerei und Grafik, ja selbst im Theater und in der Musik wieder. Dabei erscheint der Traum als produktiver Bewusstseinszustand, in dem der Kunstschaffende besonders empfänglich ist für die Regungen der eigenen Imaginationskraft oder auch für von außen herangetragene Eingebungen transzendenten Ursprungs.


Evangelical Theories of Biblical Inspiration

Author: Kern Robert Trembath
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The inspiration of the Bible is central to Christian faith, yet there is no general agreement on the nature of this inspiration. In this provocative book, Kern Robert Trembath reviews seven major evangelical explanations of inspiration and demonstrates that all either view the Bible itself as the actual recipient of inspiration or explain biblical authority on grounds more appropriate to the doctrine of God--in effect investing the Bible with characteristics that properly belong only to God. Building on the work of William Abraham, Trembath constructs his own theory of inspiration--one that regards inspiration as a tripartite concept involving the elements of initiator, means, and receiver. He insists that only a human being can be the recipient of inspiration and that the Bible must therefore be understood as the means, rather than the end, of the process. He goes on to articulate a new definition of biblical inspiration--as "a mediated enhancement of human experience by God, through the Bible"--and argues that this new understanding of inspiration is most compatible with a Thomistic doctrine of God, which insists that God's acts are mediated through the world, rather than immediately occurring in it.


The Theory of Inspiration

Author: Timothy Clark
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The idea of inspiration as a unique state of mind is now treated as little more than an embarrassment, yet Shelley and other writers often present the process of composition as a state of subjective crisis and transformation. Timothy Clark's book is a sys


The Kimono Inspiration

Author: Textile Museum (Washington, D.C.)
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The book explores the use and meaning of the kimono in America and traces the transformation of the garment from its ethnic origins, through its many appearances in fine art, costume, and high fashion, to its role in the contemporary Art-to-Wear Movement. It explores the American use of the kimono as a garment, as a symbol, and as an art form.


Inspiration

Author: N. Ind
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This book is about how organizations can best develop and manage a creative environment and creative potential. The authors argue that organizations consist of people who have creative potential to think in new ways and yet are often denied the opportunity to do so. The goal of the organization should be to create a structure and culture that encourages the conditions in which creativity can flourish. This will generate significant competitive advantages for the organization by offering clear differentiation, by communicating postive brand attributes to stakeholders that will strengthen the organization's intangible assets and by providing a creative and challenging environment that will attract and retain the best staff.


Inspiration and Technique

Author: John Roe
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While Plato extols inspired poetry (as opposed to poetry produced by means of technique), Aristotle conceives of poetry only in terms of "techne." Underlying the opposition between "inspiration" and "technique" are two different approaches to 'form' inspiration is concerned with the impression of ideas or forms within the poet's psyche (the author's "forma mentis"), whereas technique deals with the transposition of the artist's idea into the material form of the work (the "forma operis"). This dual view of form, and of its complex relation to matter, may be said to lie at the basis of a dual approach to aesthetic issues - a "psychological" and a "textual" one. Taking their cue from this opposition, the essays gathered here explore some of the most momentous phases in the history of aesthetics, from Graeco-Roman philosophy and oratory to Renaissance poetry and literary criticism, from neoclassical poetics to Romantic and Victorian views on inspired visions, to recent issues in neuroaesthetics, philosophy of art and literary linguistics. In so doing, they collectively point to the irremediable and continuing dualism of a critical tradition that has alternately emphasized the ideal elements of beauty and the material constituents of art."


Inspiration

Author: Jan Ray
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Projects for language arts, social studies, science and math. Provided templates can be modified to meet specific needs. Project samples also provided


Biblical Inspiration

Author: I. Howard Marshall
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Is the Bible infallible? Can we believe in its inspiration and practice biblical criticism? How is the Bible to be interpreted for today? I. Howard Marshall's answers to these questions will be helpful to all biblical students who are puzzled and confused by current discussions of biblical inspiration and authority. Biblical Inspiration will help to reassure conservative students regarding the value of critical study of the Bible, and will clear away much misunderstanding that the conservative view of the Bible is obscurantist and unscholarly.


Reason and Inspiration in Islam

Author: Hermann Landolt
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In all the current alienating discourse on Islam as a source of extremism and fanatic violence this new publication takes a timely and refreshing look at the traditions of Islamic mysticism, philosophy and intellectual debate in a series of diverse and stimulating approaches. It tackles the major figures of Islamic thought as well as shedding light on hitherto unconsidered aspects of Islam utilizing new source material. The contributors are impressive list of scholars and experts.


Divine Inspiration of the Bible

Author: Arthur W. Pink
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Pink (1890-1953) was a Baptist Preacher in England, Australia, and the United States. Pink, assisted by his editor Mr. I. Herendeen, launched his yearly publication, Studies in the Scriptures in 1921. These continued until his death, totaling altogether 33 volumes of 288 pp. each. Most of Pink's books are taken from these yearly volumes (written monthly in 24 page format). Arthur Pink declares, ''Christianity is the religion of a Book. Christianity is based upon the impregnable rock of Holy Scripture.., Upon the foundation of the Divine inspiration of the Bible stands or falls the entire edifice of Christian truth. If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do's' (Psalm 11:3).'' Surrender the dogma of verbal inspiration and you are left like a rudderless ship on a stormy sea, at the mercy of every wind that blows. Deny that the Bible is, without any qualification, the very Word of God, and you are left without any ultimate standard of measurement and without any supreme authority. It is useless to discuss any doctrine taught by the Bible until you are prepared to acknowledge, unreservedly, that the Bible is the final court of appeal. Grant that the Bible is a Divine revelation and communication of God's own mind and will to men, and you have a fixed starting point from which advance can be made into the domain of truth. Grant that the Bible is (in its original manuscripts) inerrant and infallible, and you reach the place where study of its contents is both practicable and profitable. It is impossible to overestimate the importance of the doctrine of the Divine inspiration of Scripture. This is the strategic center of Christian theology, and must be defended at all costs. It is the point at which our satanic enemy is constantly hurling his hellish battalions. The author shows how our need for a revelation from God is strong evince for the reliability of the Bible. He bases his arguments for the Divine inspiration of the Bible on its solid and undeniable internal evidences, on its indestructibility, and on its powerful in influences on human history. The believer wild experience a strengthening of faith, and the seeker will be struck by the reality of God's redeeming work on behalf of fallen humanity.