psyche


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Thus I pacified Psyche and kissed her, And tempted her out of her gloom -- And conquered her scruples and gloom; And we passed to the end of the vista -- But were stopped by the door of a tomb -- By the door of a legended tomb: -- And I said -- "What is written, sweet sister, On the door of this legended tomb?
reaches out to Psyche, Orual sees her left arm dripping with blood, and
Lewis' novelistic retelling of the myth of Cupid and Psyche, however, provides a bridge: it depicts an ancient society organized around sacrifice and myth as understood in Girard's cultural theory and tells a Girardian story of conversion, in which the narrator discovers the imitative and rivalrous nature of her desire.
Education balances on this border, between different sides of which the communication of the individual psyche and social one occurs.
The Psyche Revealed Through the I Ching delves into what the I Ching can reveal about the human psyche and personality.
CRAZY LIKE US: THE GLOBALIZATION OF THE AMERICAN PSYCHE examines the worldwide spread of American culture and how this spread of the American psyche has damaged local beliefs and different cultures.
Psyche Systems Announces Availability of WindoPath[R] Version 7 WindoPath is a highly advanced, full-featured anatomic pathology information system with a modular, customizable design.
Filled with much to intrigue readers about the psyche beneath the psyche, "The Uncommon Path of Awakening Authentic Joy" hopes to help people find a more complete life.
Summary: Films were rolled up for Total Ten, a Bollywood movie delving in the psyche of terrorists who attacked showbiz capital Mumbai on November 26.
Jean-Baptists Lully's 1678 tragedie lyrique, psyche, is the third Boston Early Music Festival opera production to be released on CPO.
Cupid's identity is not revealed to Psyche even after their secret marriage, when he comes to her in the dark of night.
Stephen Bush's new landscape paintings are a luridly unorthodox contribution to the genre, but they nonetheless share one of its central themes: nature as an expression of the psyche.