Or perhaps we should rather say, patriarchy has omitted the Psyche and the Eros
, and so bequeathed to us a planet threatened with the supreme stasis of its own
death. So we come full circle: back to the divine Eros of Psyche's quest.
... s Dream of Prosperity If Boston ' s boom years were characterized by the
pragmatic pursuit of private profit , Charleston ' s drive to revive her economy was
marked by a public rhetoric of growth and a private practice conducive to stasis .
. . . some of the finest, most politically sensitive and informed feminist criticism yet published on Joyce. . . . it will have a major impact on the field of Joyce studies . . . --Vicki Mahaffey, associate professor of English, University of Pennsylvania In this revolutionary work, Margot Norris proposes that Joyce's art critiques modernism's fundamental concept of the artist as martyr to bourgeois sensibilities by revealing an awareness of the artist's connections to and constraints within bourgeois society.
... is the luminous silent stasis of esthetic pleasure , a spiritual state very like to
that cardiac condition which the Italian physiologist Luigi Galvani , using a phrase
almost as beautiful as Shelley ' s , called the enchantment of the heart " ( P 213 ) .
cooperation that challenges both Bloom's and Gilbert and Gubar's antagonistic models of rejection. Moore's dialogue with Stevens offer a fresh picture of cross-gender poetic influence that questions the gender-essentialist tendencies of the paradigms that loom large in our current critical apparatus.
... changing green and blue " that Stevens invokes at the end of " One More
Sunset " describes the relationship between his first two poems -- blue stasis
becomes green corn , green leads to turquoise , hinting at a cycle back to
imagined blue .
Draws on Jungian psychology and contemporary physics to explore the interrelatedness of spirituality, psychology, and science
This balance involves a different sort of equilibrium from our usual conception of
equilibrium as stasis . It can be nicely illustrated by means of a physical model , a
pendulum which consists of a rigid rod with a weight on one end , and freely ...
Chosen by The Globe and Mail as "Required Reading for 1997," and now revised and updated in a new trade paperback edition, Spirit of the Web tells the story of the evolution of the ways we communicate and provides fascinating and important perspective in understanding the roots of the modern electronic revolution. Popular history at its very best, this lively and optimistic book shows how the wiring of our planet for the last 150 years has led to the Global Village we now inhabit. Ultimately, it points to the extraordinary promise of the Internet as a truly democratic means of communication.
Such a system , he says , " does not aim at stasis , as does the utopian tradition
that descends from Plato , at finding an ideal pattern of life and then shutting the
developmental process down . The developmental process is life . To shut it
The obsessed hero exists as a mirror reflection of the open hero; in the fictions of
obsession we shall see patterns of significance reduced to a single world-design,
language reduced to cipher, and temporality reduced to stasis--a world, in one ...
Designed to help readers make the transition from writing for a print to an electronic culture, this book shows how to write for the World Wide Web. It illustrates the basic elements of style for writing hypertext markup language, and covers the fundamentals of constructing a web page.
( As I have hinted at intermittently , we are moving from stasis to flux , from silence
to sound , from pictures to animation to movies , from the flat Web page to
multimedia . ) If you recall , when David was revising his home page in Chapter 3
, he ...
After penetrating a top-secret zone of the Virtual Network where no one has ever entered before, Tech, a teenage cyber-whiz, discovers that he has attracted the dangerous attention of a powerful cadre of people who will do anything to gain control of his secrets. Original.
But tucked neatly inside each chamber was a black program, faceted as a finely
cut diamond, that seemed not so much in storage, as in stasis or hibernation —
just waiting to be awakened and transferred to sites and cybercraft throughout the
Recounts Microsoft's rise to success and virtual Internet takeover.
I he Windows 95 launch left Microsoft in a morning - after stasis . Much of the Win
95 team took off on vacation , although the two Brads , Silverberg and Chase ,
stayed on the case to see through any after - launch cleanup . In September ...