Thursday, December 5, 2019

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Famous dress brings out hundreds of Marilyn Monroe fans to ... 14, 2017
A champagne coloured gown from one of Hollywood's most recognizable style ... actress Marilyn Monroe wears the iconic gown that she wore while singing ...
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About Emma Watson's Iconic 'Beauty And The Beast' Dress

Elite Daily-Feb. 24, 2017
Were any of us to attempt the feat of, say, stitching our own dress, the process could take weeks. I honestly have no clue. I once cut the crotch out of a bathing ...
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Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress Had a Secret Message—But ...

Reader's Digest-Dec. 22, 2017
Kate Middleton's Wedding Dress Had a Secret Message—But No One Knew About It ... the touching tribute Kate Middleton snuck into her iconic wedding dress?
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Leigh-Anne Pinnock ChannelsBritney Spears' Iconic ...

Hollywood Life-Feb. 22, 2017
Leigh-Anne Pinnock's Brit Awards look was a total #TBT as she stepped out in a full-on denim gown, totally channeling one of the most iconic red carpet ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The model of knowledge is another wonderful feature. Strictly speaking, it can be divided into two unequal and fundamentally different forms that perform different roles in the course of practical human activity.
Clearly, to successfully solve their vital tasks in typical and slightly atypical situations and not in conflict with the changing external situation, the person must have the necessary knowledge. There are a number of paradoxes that are difficult to solve in the old paradigm of the correlation of subjective and objective.
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On the one hand, the actual knowledge of the person receives in the course of practical solutions to their pressing needs. But on the other hand, a person must already have some initial knowledge which is not given by experience. That is to say, dobychnoe knowledge (Kant). Its ready with its labels and identification with the already existing entity. This happens only in the process of socialization through the "awakening" complex and simple behavior programs, including identification of the unknown.
If the child for the first time touched the hot Cup and draw back the handle, which means that he awakened at the pain program, which will operate for life. The child's programmed ability to swim, but must be awaken by lowering the child into the water, etc.
Child show things, call them names, properties, and system of communication between them. This cat, said the mother, her soft skin, but she may scratch or bite. Here is the first information and the knowledge which are necessary for the child to correctly construct a relationship with the cat. Then the child is already able to build relations with a toy cat or a real dog, etc. When self-identification is the cat acts as a paradigm "alive." And only then will the new paradigm "animal", which would include the cats.
Similarly, teach and pupils in the school, giving them a variety of conceptual definitions when indicating their adequate object. With insufficient training (socialization) in childhood, in school the process of verbal identification is much more difficult. Student lacks knowledge to new, abstract level to accept new knowledge and to put into their system of knowledge. The last in full or, more precisely, a sufficient amount of simply does not exist. And the child has to intensively replenish its Treasury, if he is diligent and interested student.