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A Cultural History of Ugly Bridesmaids Dresses

Racked-Jun. 8, 2016
Bridesmaid dresses may be the most beloved garment that everyone hates. You do not need to have been a bridesmaid to know this. You need not even have ...
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Bridesmaids hold rescue puppies instead of flowers

WGNO-Sep. 19, 2016
(WGNO) — Who needs bouquets when you have puppies? When Sarah Mallouk Crain was deciding how to do her wedding photos, she decided dogs needed ...


Pearl Necklace said...

statements, but also prescriptive, claiming for justice. This is the essence of narrative knowledge (whence its concept) to hold together one and the other competence, not to mention the rest.

On the distinction between prescriptions and norms, see: Kalinowski G. Du meta-langage en logique. Reflexions sur la logique deonrique et son rapport avec la logique des normes // Documents de travail. Universita di Urbino. V. 48, novembre l975.

Anonymous said...

"Aesthetic fragments" (vol. I-III),
"Introduction to aesthetic psychology", as well as purely semiotic article
"Theatre as art" (first published in 1922 and reprinted in
1988), which is quite a serious research on
the semiotics of theatre.
And one more preliminary remark. Alexey Losev wrote that
Russian philosophers, in contrast to German, are not interested so much in
systematize their thoughts, in their logical perfection. Their philosophy
is more intuitive, mystically creative. And this is why
German philosophers it is difficult to seriously study Russian philosophy.
(It is ironic that this work of Alexei Losev was first printed
in German in 1919, and then the author forgot about it and in reverse translation from
German, she appeared in 1991).
The idea of hermeneutics arise, according to G. Shpet, when
"the beginning of desire to give yourself a conscious report about the role of the word as sign
message" (SPEM G. Hermeneutics and its problems // the Context. 1989. -
M., 1990. P. 232). G. Shpet he sees two main trends in the
hermeneutics, one recognizes the ambiguity of interpretation, the second-leads to
uniqueness: "the basis of consideration of the differences in the orientations are already
different hidden assumptions:
it is the very concept of meaning it assumes, or as something
subject-objective, or as psychologically subjective. In the first case
the word as a sign, subject to interpretation, points to a "thing" subject and
the objective relations between things, which are revealed by .
interpretation of these objective relations are obviously linked
reporting them; in the second case, the word indicates only the intention,
desires, views, reporting and interpretation is as free and even
arbitrary as freely communicating the desire to invest in their own words any
the meaning or many meanings, because it corresponds to his intentions" (There
same. S. 234-235). On the way to uniqueness of interpretation is
proposed G. Shpet the distinction between value and meaning.