Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Billboard

Lady Gaga Explains Her Meat Dress: 'It's No Disrespect'

Billboard-Sep. 13, 2010
Lady Gaga's meat dress should not be interpreted as a message against animal rights, the pop star told Ellen DeGeneres Sunday night (Sept. 12) immediately ...
Story image for iconic gown from hellomagazine.com

Iconic weddings: Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer

hellomagazine.com-May 12, 2010
Hailed as one of the iconic wedding dresses of all time, the meringue gown was worthy of a fairytale with puffed sleeves and a frilly neckline. It was designed for ...
Story image for iconic gown from Telegraph.co.uk

Online poll announces the top ten most iconic dresses of the ...

Telegraph.co.uk-May 22, 2010
The "Union Jack Dress" worn by the former Ginger Spice, Geri Halliwell, has topped a new poll to find the 10 Most Iconic Dresses of the last 50 years.
Story image for iconic gown from Plain Dealer

Designer Diane Von Furstenberg helps Clinic to design new ...

Plain Dealer-Sep. 7, 2010
Although medicine has changed greatly in the last 80 years, the hospital gown has not. It's pretty much the same embarrassing garment worn and reviled by your ...


Pearl Necklace said...

As wrote J. Canham, "only man is healthy when capable of many norms when it is more than normal" (Canguihem G. Le normal et le pathologique (1951) // La connaissance de la vie. Paris: Hachette, 1952. P. 210).

Anonymous said...

Do you not think that the parallel between Nietzsche, Freud and Mars could
would be: Nietzsche analyzes good feelings and seeks to show that
they hide under a in reality (as in "Genealogy of morality").
Freud with his psychoanalysis reveals the hidden content; and here
interpretation is detrimental to "good feelings". Finally, Marx
attacks on the honesty of the bourgeoisie and shows that there
business. All these three methods of interpretation are based on one idea:
there are signs to be interpreted. And you need to discover their value
even if this interpretation will not be easy and should be done
gradually, perhaps indefinitely.
But it seems to me that in psychology there is another type
interpretation, quite the contrary and makes us
remember the XIV century, you were talking about. I mean Jung, who
were just against the danger of loss of the values inherent in
Freud's interpretation. Jung protivopostavlyal the sign and symbol: sign
requires disclosure of your undetected contents, the character says himself
a. Despite the fact that I just put Nietzsche next to Freud and
Marx, in this moment, I think it can be compared with Jung. For Nietzsche,
as for Jung, there is the opposition between "I" and "It" [le "moi" et le
"soi"], between the small and the great intelligence. Nietzsche - extremely sharp
the interpreter, even cruel, but it has something that allows him
listen to "great mind", and it brings him closer to Jung.