The Self and It makes a fresh and bold intervention in histories and theories of the rise of the novel by arguing that the material objects proliferating in eighteenth-century England's consumer markets worked in conjunction with the novel as vital tools for fashioning the modern self.
The Self and It makes a fresh and bold intervention in histories and theories of the rise of the novel by arguing that the material objects proliferating in eighteenth-century England's consumer markets worked in conjunction with the novel ...
Author: Julie Park
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Category: Literary Collections
It is a program that recognizes today ' s realities , exercises responsibility by the
industry for the industry , and offers the ... In Stage One , for the first 5 billion
pounds of removal , the current program is in place but under Self - Help the
Author: United States
Category: Agricultural price supports
Such is Christian self - denial , and it is incumbent upon us for many reasons .
The Christian denies himself in things lawful because he is aware of his own
weakness and liability to sin ; he dares not walk on the edge of a precipice ;
instead of ...
Although Karl Marx and Søren Kierkegaard are both major figures in nineteenth-century Western thought, they are rarely considered in the same conversation. Marx is the great radical economic theorist, the prophet of communist revolution who famously claimed religion was the "opiate of the masses." Kierkegaard is the renowned defender of Christian piety, a forerunner of existentialism, and a critic of mass politics who challenged us to become "the single individual." But by drawing out important themes bequeathed them by their shared predecessor G. W. F. Hegel, Jamie Aroosi shows how they were engaged in parallel projects of making sense of the modern, "dialectical" self, as it realizes itself through a process of social, economic, political, and religious emancipation. In The Dialectical Self, Aroosi illustrates that what is traditionally viewed as opposition is actually a complementary one-sidedness, born of the fact that Marx and Kierkegaard differently imagined the impediments to the self's appropriation of freedom. Specifically, Kierkegaard's concern with the psychological and spiritual nature of the self reflected his belief that the primary impediments to freedom reside in subjectivity, such as in our willing conformity to social norms. Conversely, Marx's concern with the sociopolitical nature of the self reflected his belief that the primary impediments to freedom reside in the objective world, such as in the exploitation of the economic system. However, according to Aroosi, each thinker represents one half of a larger picture of freedom and selfhood, because the subjective and objective impediments to freedom serve to reinforce one another. By synthesizing the writing of these two diametrically opposed figures, Aroosi demonstrates the importance of envisioning emancipation as a subjective, psychological, and spiritual process as well as an objective, sociopolitical, and economic one. The Dialectical Self attests to the importance and continued relevance of Marx and Kierkegaard for the modern imagination.
the self learns to express itself free from its subservience to the objective world. In
Kierkegaard's Christian vernacular, emancipation is not a discovery but a rebirth.
“But the person who already is cannot be born, and yet he is born. Let us call ...
Author: Jamie Aroosi
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
Category: Political Science
"Have you ever had the feeling your life just isn't working? That no matter how much you push and direct, or sit back and let go, the square peg you're holding just won't fit into the round hole that is your life? What if, instead, the roadblocks to transformation went away? What if you could simply wake up as your greatest self, living your greatest life? ... In this ... book, the latest in the Tapping Solution series, Nick Ortner helps you not only imagine it, but make it a reality, [guiding you] through a 21-day process of self-discovery and self-development"--
21 Days to Releasing Self-doubt, Cultivating Inner Peace, and Creating a Life
You Love Nick Ortner. “ This is not just another ' how to ' book . Nick Ortner takes
us on a candid journey with grace and humor as he demonstrates how he uses ...
Author: Nick Ortner
Category: HEALTH & FITNESS
Yes , I think that the Puerto Rican people as a nation and as a people with a
given historical context , cultural context , have a right to develop their
relationships so that self - determination is inalienable ; it is never given up . You
can change it ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Natural Resources. Subcommittee on Insular and International Affairs
It is some- ing places , eternally , in the heavens , -temples thing so inherent in
the life - force , that , though whose foundations and corner - stones are self ;
education may civilize , refine and modify it , self is their framework , and the spire
In these ways , then , — by the processes of taking in , assimilating , and
expressing , - the child ' s self is called into action ; and ... It will be enough to note
that the life and growth of the mind , as of the body , consists largely in
transformation of ...
Author: H. Courthope Bowen
They We all , then , know - or if we choose , may give him no credit for care the
results of ' know - our own virtues and vices ... The really difficult not complain if
the world at large sets no part of self - knowledge is for a man io be store by
Author: Eliakim Littell
It will aim to become indispensable to all thinkers , whatholds Nature and Man
alike in the hollow of his hand . ever their ... In animals , the whole life and activity
are concentrated on the self , although an unrecognised self , for selfhood is first
Author: William Thomas Stead
It is scared and appalled , because it has failed to make everyone conform to its
norms and regulations . The American society has not succeeded yet in
accommodating the homosexual self . It can not remove the boundaries of the
closet ; and ...
Author: Maher Ben Moussa
One day — we won't care what day it was , or even what week or month it was ,
though things of far less consequence have been chronicled to the half minute
one day a plain , business - looking young man , with an intelligent face , quiet ...
Vols. 1-26 include a supplement: The University pulpit, vols. -26, no. 1-661, which has separate pagination but is indexed in the main vol.
It is worthy of remark as an will is the expression of the self . And this self can be
indication of the temper of the audience that a disrespectsatisfied only by a
principle equally independent of ful reference to the Queen was received with
I have said that there is more nonsense talked about self. induction than any
other branch of electrical science. There are those who talk about self-induction
who have had Very little practical experience of its effects, who have applied ...
Category: Electric engineering
After that , first one THE ETHICS OF PUNISHMENT . - Moral action means the
action of a self- and then the other is in the majority , the girls gradually gaining
after conscious and self - determined being , and can mean nothing else .
To difficulty of resolving it into its real elements is very great . us it seems that self
- deceit is quite as much an intellectual as When , for instance , a man makes his
usual contribution to a a moral weakness . Butler's natural gift for metaphysical ...
The Poetical gazette; the official organ of the Poetry society and a review of poetical affairs, nos. 4-7 issued as supplements to the Academy, v. 79, Oct. 15, Nov. 5, Dec. 3 and 31, 1910
Or , to pure and simple ; butin the earlier Introductions introspective people . «
Self - consciousness " take an instancə which , if coarse , is pertito Hume he
seems to regard sensation , unquali- and " self , " when used for “
It is very desirable that the definitions of induction the great system which we are
hoping to do something to this usage as follows : " For the same reason , only the
resistance ( inductance ) and of the coefficient of self and wards the completion ...
Category: Electrical engineering
This major study develops a new account of modernity and its relation to the self. Building upon the ideas set out in The Consequences of Modernity, Giddens argues that 'high' or 'late' modernity is a post traditional order characterised by a developed institutional reflexivity. In the current period, the globalising tendencies of modern institutions are accompanied by a transformation of day-to-day social life having profound implications for personal activities. The self becomes a 'reflexive project', sustained through a revisable narrative of self identity. The reflexive project of the self, the author seeks to show, is a form of control or mastery which parallels the overall orientation of modern institutions towards 'colonising the future'. Yet it also helps promote tendencies which place that orientation radically in question - and which provide the substance of a new political agenda for late modernity. In this book Giddens concerns himself with themes he has often been accused of unduly neglecting, including especially the psychology of self and self-identity. The volumes are a decisive step in the development of his thinking, and will be essential reading for students and professionals in the areas of social and political theory, sociology, human geography and social psychology.
In this book Giddens concerns himself with themes he has often been accused of unduly neglecting, including especially the psychology of self and self-identity.
Author: Anthony Giddens
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Social Science
Selfishness . . . a vice utterly at variance SELF - RELIANCE . with the happiness
of him who harbours it , Men seem ... of the former Sir J . Mackintosh . they
believe greater things than they SELF - KNOWLEDGE . should ; of the latter much
Category: Quotations, English