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Taipale's study succeeds in making a case for the importance of embodiment for a sustainable and encompassing (phenomenological) theory of subjectivity, especially since he never bothers with exegetical issues or discussions of Husserl's thought development.
The patent illustrates a head wearable display 200 having a lightguide with multiple reflection-mode in-coupling holograms, in accordance with an embodiment of the disclosure.
It stressed that "The Council of Senior Scholars emphasizes the ban on the embodiment of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), in the artwork under whatever the pretext; because the embodiment of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), his representation in films and serials is contrary to what should be of reverence for him, peace be upon him, and since it is a way to disregard him, religion and Sharia).
It stressed that 'The Council of Senior Scholars emphasizes the ban on the embodiment of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), in the artwork under whatever the pretext; because the embodiment of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), his representation in films and serials is contrary to what should be of reverence for him, peace be upon him, and since it is a way to disregard him, religion and Sharia).
Closer to home, the event led me to think about how critics, dealers, curators, and artists might negotiate and attend to identity, embodiment, and the body with less assuredness and greater complexity.
While the 52-year-old often says things in the press to make his kids blush, here he is the embodiment of the embarrassing dad.
In the study at hand, I show how the interest in embodiment in cognitive science can have implications for the study of culture and in particular of literary texts as artifacts embedded in a network of socio-cultural practices (on the cognitive turn in cultural studies, see, e.
At the moment when masculine figures fall into distraction, sleep overtakes the body and these states of somnolence elude the strictures of epic ideology and thus reveal sensory and affective truths about corporeality, as cognition, embodiment, and environment merge.
Among the topics are toward a feminist disability studies theory of embodiment and mental illness, rereading contact and affect, a reevaluation of male embodiment, biblical models of disability, and screening desire and disability.
Wright brothers were the first to make one airplane embodiment.
s exposition of black embodiment deserves close attention as an entry for the interpretation of religion.
Written three years apart, Sweet Death (1989) by French author Claude Tardat and Life Size (1992) by South-African author Jenefer Shute, are two contemporary novels offering stylised, literary explorations of the complexity of female embodiment somatically from the point of view of two young women from middle-class Caucasian backgrounds.