10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MISEMPHASES»
Discover the use of misemphases
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to misemphases
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
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This field, as at present emphasized and organized, represents a new and
powerful movement in education, and as in any pioneering work, misemphases
and mistakes are inevitable. However, these misemphases and mistakes, like
those in ...
Harry Charles McKown, Alvin B. Roberts, 1949
Dualism: The Original Sin of Cognitivism
... irresistible chain of logic (as well as illogic) from the most primitive awareness
of death through the history of sophisticated theological beliefs through current
philosophy to some serious misemphases in the modern science of psychology.
On Justifying Moral Judgements (Routledge Revivals)
And this is precisely the point at which the shoe begins to pinch, for it is precisely
the resultant misemphases, or misleading, or otherwise objectionable foci that
each of the moral theories discussed here objects to in its rivals. Furthermore, the
The Art of Restraint: English Poetry from Hardy to Larkin
... Herbert Palmer implicitly summed up a set of literary and social values that
allowed for the triumph of modernism, and for the misemphases of Edward
Thomas's admirers. Palmer remarks that the moon-worship of the later Georgians
Timothy Asch and Ethnographic Film
New perspectiveson data are essential forthe discovery of theoretical blindspots
and misemphases. Forthese reasons,The AxFight film is anextremely valuable
document.Itis richethnographically, itis supported byanarrayof supplementary ...
Perhaps, also, in the case of someone like Algeo a little more specifically African
information would have helped to avoid some misemphases if not mistakes.
Algeo wrote of the variability of the names of emancipated slaves: That
Approaches to Ulysses: Ten Essays
If the characters of the novel remain oblivious to the reverberations of their
actions within the chambers of human experience, if they are deceived and
depleted by the dichotomies and misemphases of modern life, that is no reason
we, the ...
Thomas F. Staley, Bernard Benstock, 1970
Exposed by the Mask:: Form and Language in Drama
Most Shakespearean productions are a symphony ofmis scansions and
misemphases and seem unawareof the fact. Thereareeven misquotes – plain
inaccuracies.We wouldn't acceptwrong notesin Mozart. Providing you are
Religion and the Human Sciences: An Approach via Spirituality
... the flaws, redresses the misemphases, and preserves the valid intent. Here is
an interdisciplinary methodology that directly addresses Browning's theme:
religious thought and the modern psychologies. Chapter 4 The Perennial
Daniel A. Helminiak, 1998
The German People and the Reformation
2; this is one of the important misemphases in John Bossy, Christianity in the
West, 1400-1700 (Oxford, 1985). ^For these functions of ritual, see Terence S.
Turner, "Transformation, Hierarchy, and Transcendence: A Reformulation of van