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Social alienation - Wikipedia

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Social alienation, a sociological concept developed by several classical and contemporary .... Kostas Axelos summarizes that for Marx, in capitalism "work renders man an .... between different ...

Do Separate components work together to contribute to the ...

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Do Separate components work together to contribute to the wholeness of a work of art? Do Separate ... Yes, unity is the quality of wholeness in a work of art.

9. Elements of the Visual Arts - University of Minnesota

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(Elements of literature and music are discussed in their own, separate chapters.) ... Medium is the materials used to make a work of art, and different mediums have ... or divisions are arranged--such that the viewer's eyes are drawn to key parts. .... In the radial plan we can find a strong sense of unity, wholeness, strength, ...

Art Terms Flashcards

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Sep 22, 2010 ... It defines a shape or form as separate from its surrounding space. ... Visual texture is the simulated texture in a work of art that is .... Repetition also can contribute to movement and rhythm in a work of art. ... Unity is the feeling that everything in the work of art works together and looks like it fits ...... Who...

Family Systems Theory facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia ...

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Family systems theory's heritage emerged from the work of Ludwig Von Bertalanffy's ... Rather than just focusing on each of the separate parts, a systems ... or subsystems that together comprise the larger family system (Minuchin 1974). .... violence will focus on the family dynamics that contribute to the violence, and less ...

Chapter 6 --Brief Humanistic and Existential Therapies - NCBI

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Outside forces, however, may contribute to the individual's limited ability to .... These techniques will also work well in conjunction with other types of therapy. .... therapy focused on the wholeness of an individual's experience at any given moment. .... Helping them to see the problem of substance abuse as a separate, ...

System and Structure

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Wholeness must be composed in a certain way, its parts are always related to the .... by joining together ready-made parts, separate organs flying around in the air, .... to a work of art lies in the correct proportioning of the parts and the whole.

Literary Theory and Schools of Criticism - Purdue Online Writing Lab

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Indeed, many critics use tools from two or more schools in their work. ... In Poetics , Aristotle breaks with his teacher (Plato) in the consideration of art. ... of the work's organic unity "...the working together of all the parts to make an inseparable whole. ... rhyme schemes of a poem contribute to the meaning or effect of...

Authenticity (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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Sep 11, 2014 ... This is visible in the work of Rousseau, who argues that the .... The underlying assumption that considers the individual separate from the ... leads him to the practical consequence that it must create itself as a work of art ... First, we should mention that Rousseau's work, made a significant contribution to the ...

Sofia University » Transpersonal Pioneers: Carl Jung

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One of Jung's greatest contributions to psychology is his theory of type. ... Jung classified sensation and intuition together as ways of gathering ... They generally work better with tools and materials than do any of the other types. Intuition ... The personal unconscious also holds parts of the personality that have never come to...