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    Perspective

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    Perspective Use of perspective in art finds its root in one man, Filippo Brunelleschi. Although we don’t know for sure, it is likely that Brunelleschi also invented linear, or scientific perspective. Donatello’s “The Feast of Herod” is the earliest surviving example of scientific perspective, which is established through the use of a “vanishing point”, an imaginary single point on the page in which all the parallel lines meet. Donatello’s Feast of Herod was a groundbreaking work by that day’s

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    A Study of Perspectives

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    A Study of Perspectives Livingston's documentary Paris is Burning inspired an awareness of being that I had not previously experienced. The film urges the spectator to reevaluate not only one's breadth of knowledge of the black gay culture in the 80's, but also the perspectives from which one views the film. Personally speaking, the easiest evaluation of the latter topic would be the perspective of a privileged white straight female born into a sheltered and socially traditional household. This

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    Perspectives on Fear

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    “At the University of California at Irvine, experiments in rats indicate that the brain’s hormonal reaction to fear can be inhibited, softening the formation of memories and the emotions they evoke” (Baard). Sometimes I have trouble sleeping. I lie in bed for hours while my mind churns through endless streams of fragmented thoughts and memories, bits of brain matter that I do not have time for in my waking life. I have tried the homeopathic remedies. I drink “calming” teas, take showers, and inhale

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    Perspectives of Death

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    children from the realities of death, death intrudes into their lives through television, newspapers, radio, and the internet, shaping their perspectives. In the novel “Snowball, Dragonfly, Jew,” Ben’s child perspective of death is shaped by the stylized, intimate and romantic deaths he witnesses in Hollywood movies. While both Ben’s child and adult perspectives of death are displayed in the novel, the comparison between the two suggests that Ben’s child self has a false reality of death, whereas his

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    The Power of Perspective

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    The Power of Perspective All I needed was a bow tie. Everything else was packed, and I was ready for the weekend, except that I needed a new bow tie. I assumed that some store on Boston’s posh Newbury St. would have one, and sure enough I found a store that sold tuxedos and wedding dresses. Upon entering the store, I noticed soothing classical music playing in the background as the few patrons meandered through the thoughtfully arranged display room. The sole operator of the store was busy

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    Perspectives on Dreaming

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    Perspectives on Dreaming "That you have but slumber'd here While these visions did appear. And this weak and idle theme, No more yielding but a dream…." William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream Each night, visions inhabit our minds during sleep and vanish with the morning light. These visions, these dreams, are without substance. Often, the waking mind recalls dreams only vaguely, if at all. A complete, separate world seems to exist within each of us; a world that can only

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    Historians' Perspectives

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    Historians' Perspectives Every situation can be looked at from so many different angles that it is very difficult for any two people to agree on what is going on. Ten people could look at the same situation and create ten different theories or assumptions as to what is occurring. This is because no two people have the same backgrounds, no two people have the same experiences, and no two people think exactly the same. These factors come together to distinguish each person as an individual. Every

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    since it was tailored to the aristocracy who were paying for these works of art. Fete galante creates a sense of intimacy not only with the figures in the paintings, but also with viewers seeing this painting. La Perspective exemplifies this sense of intimacy. The figures in La Perspective seem to be set in a personal garden or a public park. Off in the center background lies an architectural element. The building looks classical in design, in that the artists incorporated columns that flow upwards

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    Perspectives on the Book of Job

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    non-existent chance of a divine finding in Job's favour, Buber stresses how human justice and divine justice diverge.  This difference is highlighted further by discussion of how Job is made to suffer hinnam, or gratuitously, from both God and Job's perspective.7 Rather than condem... ... middle of paper ... ...sterton, G. K..  "Introduction to The Book of Job."  The Hebrew Bible In Literary Criticism.  Ed. and Comp. Alex Preminger and Edward L. Greenstein.  New York: Ungar, 1986.  449-50. Frick

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    Neuropsychologist and Patient Perspectives

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    Neuropsychologist and Patient Perspectives There are many classifications of tumors that compress or destroy the hypothalamus. A few forms are craniopharyngioma, germinoma, and glioma. Symptoms of craniopharyngioma include headaches, visual disturbances, pituitary hormone deficiencies, retardation of growth, and calcification of the sella region in children. Germinoma, also called ectopic pineoloma or atypical teratoma, has similar effects to serninoma of the testis or dysgerminoma of the

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