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It would be a step too far to call iconoclasts artists, but they can profoundly and creatively alter the meaning of the objects they afflict.
Berns describes iconoclasts with some inconsistency by defining them in terms of perception, fear response, and social intelligence.
Even proclaimed iconophiles like museum directors can be unwitting iconoclasts.
John of Damascus in his turn dealt with them in the same extensive way during the Iconoclast period.
After 26 years and numerous line-up reshuffles the original punk iconoclasts who virtually single-handedly invented the goth sub-genre are still pulling the crowds.
Accommodating Michael Craft's and Ellen Hart's pleasant protagonists as well as the beleaguered iconoclasts sketched by Redmann and gay author Lev Raphael, the genre makes room for any personality or lifestyle.
The iconoclasts were certain that the early Christians refrained from creating images because this could lead to worshiping idols.
The search for enemies in the post-Vatican II era has included the most dedicated intellectuals, iconoclasts, and change agents who possess classified information about Catholicism and could potentially reform the Catholic church.
And the traditional outdoor-oriented iconoclasts, who cut a little wood for the sawmill as just one in a multitude of money-making ventures, continue to prune, cut, and harvest like their forefathers.
There Was A Crooked Man will be co-headlining with Anonymous Iconoclasts, a Cardiff band who describe themselves as "four musicians, thrown together by an ill wind, poor sense of direction and a love of cheap alcohol".
Regarding the news release, Sundance Channel and GREY GOOSE Entertainment to Premiere Fifth Season of Acclaimed Series Iconoclasts on Saturday, October 2 at 9pm et/pt, issued 09-Sep-2010 by Sundance Channel over PR Newswire, we are advised by the company that the wrong version was issued inadvertently.
This collection of readings from roughly 600 BCE to 600 CE includes passages from the early Greeks, starts with Milesian monists (Thales, Anaximander and Anaximenes) and proceeds briskly through iconoclasts, eleatic monists, pluralists and sophists.