Monday, December 9, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Softpedia

Amazing Wedding Dress Made Out of 1400 Plastic Gloves

Softpedia-Nov. 23, 2011
The gloves are inside out and transform the iconic dress into a powerful statement. Most of the women have a passion for high-class dresses and the artist ...
Story image for iconic gown from Wall Street Journal

The Girl With the Golden Wardrobe

Wall Street Journal-May 26, 2011
On June 18, thousands of the most iconic costumes and props in Hollywood history ... Judy Garland's ruby-red slippers and cotton dress from "The Wizard of Oz," ...
Story image for iconic gown from Hollywood Reporter

The Psychology of the Golden Globes Dress

Hollywood Reporter-Jan. 13, 2011
Their gown choices are about as spontaneous as deciding who's going to star in ... says Phillip Bloch, the stylist who dressed Berry in her early iconic looks.
Story image for iconic gown from Channel 4 News

Kate's royal wedding gown goes on display

Channel 4 News-Jul. 22, 2011
The Duchess of Cambridge's intricately decorated wedding dress, designed by Sarah Burton of Alexander McQueen, goes on public display at Buckingham ...


Pearl Necklace said...

After the separation of Church and state Feyerabend (op.cit.) demanded, in the same "secular" spirit, the separation of science from state. But what about the separation of Science from Money?

At least this is one way to understand the meaning of this term is related to the problem ducro

Anonymous said...

The reason that leads to the ossification of life to
consolidation, and killing it in motionless created "definitions",
"forms" (P. 198).

The death of the Roman Empire L. Karsavin "count" also in the framework
categories of consciousness. He writes: "the mental condition of the Roman society
is characterized by reduction of tension and the energy of life that is expressed in
the loss of emotional values and cognitive availability of ideas
the state, society, material and spiritual culture. But this atony
only one side of the process. Another, essentially identical with it,
lies in the care of the individual in himself, in individualization and samosamnina her
and not in contemplation of "collective personality", and individualization
personalities decomposing this collective unity" (ibid.
P. 25). In the German world of L. Karsavin, on the contrary, sees the desire for unity.
"Out kind of a German defenseless and powerless: just can it with impunity --
kind intercede -- to kill, to enslave, and not on whom to rely
outside the close-knit genera (...) In the forms of family and tribal unity is expressed
a certain mental structure, the absorption of the individual consciousness generic"
(Ibid. P. 27). Accordingly, this should lead to two options
the construction of semiotic systems.