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In the News (Tue 20 Aug 19)

  
 CONTEXT: Curtis White
The Middle Mind's motto could be "Promise him culture but give him TV." And so the Middle Mind novelist provides narrative art of the highest aspirations that, minus a few poetical profusions and recondite bits of diction, could pass for pulp fiction.
Ironically, the ultimate retort to my critique of Balsamic Dreams could very well be that my thesis about the Middle Mind simply confirms Queenan's propositions about Boomers because the Middle Mind is what you get when Boomers take over high culture.
One of the most common gambits of the Middle Mind is to claim to provide high culture while really providing something a good deal less.
www.centerforbookculture.org /context/no9/white.html

  
 Kava Kava
In kava, the kavalactones, the pharmacologically active compounds in the kava plant and beverage, act upon body and mind, while the relative proportions and potencies of the kavalactones from one variety to another determine the nature and intensity of psycho-somatic effects.
The various cultivars of kava are distinguished by both their physical characteristics and by their effects upon body and mind.
Varieties of kava are noted for their effects upon body and mind, and are prized for their ornamental and spiritual worth.
www.medicinehunter.com /kava_kava.htm   (5292 words)

  
 Division of Research Working Paper Abstract
Mind share abstracts from culture and history, leading to brands that have little relevance in the culture.
I use a case study of Snapples' rise to iconic stature in the early Nineties to demonstrate the fundamental culture share principles that are required to build icons.
These principles are today unknown to managers because they are ensconced in what I call the mind share model of branding.
www.hbs.edu /research/facpubs/workingpapers/abstracts/0203/03-200.html   (146 words)

  
 \\ MIND THE GAP //
MIND THE GAP is proposing a sort of change of local industry, looking to bring about a milieu that would cultivate dissent instead of policing it, a vibe that would free up consciousness instead of dimming it, releasing the lowest-common-denominator mentality of exploitive business and instead harbouring a free exploration of contemporary arts and culture.
MIND THE GAP suggests the obstruction of emergent arts business (and the more innovative economies like eco-culture and whole food cultivation) exists both at the by-law level and in the rote dictums of conventional business wisdom.
TORONTO - Hot on the heels of a successful campaign kick-off on June 11th down at the lakefront's next-culture hot spot, the new Bambu, MIND THE GAP is launching a second night of free musical performance complete with an indoor market featuring independent vendors.
www.michellebellerose.com /Mills.html   (4849 words)

  
 Early Culture Theory: A Critique of the Enlightenment Project
But the philosophical climate in middle Europe around the previous turn of the century was chock-full of Schopenhauerian themes: for instance, the notion that will and representation, body and mind, nature and culture, subject and object form a fundamental unity, the idea that the heart (desires) is stronger than the mind (reason).
For instance, it focused on the Enlightenment idea that culture in the sense of civilization and progress is a force that will overcome tradition, habits, cults and passions.
Traditionally, this dualism has been conceived to be a schism between nature and culture, and it has been interpreted in such a way that society / culture would triumph over the individual / nature.
members.shaw.ca /ncpg/verheggen.html   (4849 words)

  
 Pakistan Today: Front Page 1216005
From Indonesia to Indiana and from Pakistan to Panama wherever there is a Wahhabi controlled mosque, a culture of hatred prevails wherein the Muslim mind is being brainwashed to kill the infidels.
Such religious and political Muslim leaders are free to poison the minds of the faithful.
More than six million Jews were forced into gas chambers and pushed down the infernal Ovens because the democracy in Europe could not truly free the popular mind and soul of anti-Semitism - the masses remained chained to the age old religious indoctrination of religious intolerance.
www.paktoday.com /tashbih.htm   (1265 words)

  
 Solar Youth Culture
The mid to late sixties youth culture was the first tide of youth to reject on mass, old fashioned values and to view themselves instead as belonging to a new global community.
As urban youth culture goes increasingly out of control, it becomes more tribal, vibrant and chaotic; less hierarchal, more holistic, and as the primitive re-emerges, it does so in a predictable fashion as already dictated by the personal, inner infant.
The mind-expansion of the late Sixties was replaced by a feeling of mind-contraction, separation and imploding hatred, all celebrated with plenty of fun and gusto.
website.lineone.net /~iainsp/syouth.html   (1228 words)

  
 How To Become A Hacker
The hacker mind-set is not confined to this software-hacker culture.
Because the "invisible college" that is hacker culture is a loose and informal one, the role of gatekeeper is informal too.
Hackers will sometimes do things that may seem repetitive or boring to an observer as a mind-clearing exercise, or in order to acquire a skill or have some particular kind of experience you can't have otherwise.
www.catb.org /~esr/faqs/hacker-howto.html   (7570 words)

  
 quoteunquote anil bawa DIY Culture
Showed up at a talk on DIY culture at the Institute of Contemporary Arts here in London, mainly to support a couple of good friends, Sheikh and Frances, who happened to be sitting on the panel.
If debate about cultural industry is to go beyond the rhetoric of simply affirming these changing values, it needs to engender some kind of sustainable economic model that helps these values survive and this in my mind still requires a broader social responsibility engendered by certain top down models.
If a debate about cultural industry is to go beyond the rhetoric of simply affirming these changing values, it needs to engender some kind of sustainable economic model that helps these values survive and this in my mind still requires a broader social responsibility engendered by certain top down models.
www.quotesque.net /archives/2005/12/diy_culture_1.html   (1519 words)

  
 Mind Candy: Tasty Pop Culture - Mind Candy: Tasty Pop Culture
"Mind Candy is the crotch caught on the fence between low and high culture."
Mind Candy: Tasty Pop Culture - Mind Candy: Tasty Pop Culture
mindcandyentertainment.com /home   (55 words)

  
 Amazon.com: A Mind So Rare: The Evolution of Human Consciousness: Books: Merlin Donald
Contrasting with that Merlin Donald shows that a community of minds (culture) scaffolds the level of awareness of each of its nodes(individual minds)by changing their architecture and states, demanding for one and each of them consciousness process in order to follow the coordinates and cues of that artificial environment that overlaps the natural environment.
At the end their conception of the human mind is for them a solipsistic modular device, with everything already packed in it in order to work.
The human mind is not, he suggests, simply the result f emergent qualities of an arbitrarily complex neural network.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0393323196?v=glance   (3458 words)

  
 Chapter XVI
That culture has not been received as a correct or legitimate construct is largely due to the racial politics of the times and to the implicitly ethnocentric denial that diversity and difference are effectively consequences of cultural reality and not political ideologies.
Culture of course implicated itself very early in the adaptive survival and evolutionary success of humankind, and human culture is unique in the world, due primarily to its symbolic structuration.
And when we refer to the symbolic construction of human reality, we are talking necessarily of mind and of the ideational and noetic properties of the human mind.
www.lewismicropublishing.com /Publications/NaturalSystems/NSchapter16.htm   (3458 words)

  
 The Hippie culture ready
When people think about the 60's, one of the first things that come to their mind are hippies and their liberal attitude and lifestyle.
Searching for something that was lacking in our capitalistic and materialistic societies they turned to eastern cultures which strongly influenced their philosophy.
They were considered not only as a subculture but even as a counterculture that has a disrupting affect on society.
www.englisch.schule.de /state_of_the_union/group4/project/the_hipp.htm   (3458 words)

  
 A Whole New Mind
A Whole New Mind is a worthwhile read for anyone to whom the idea of brain lateralization is a foreign concept, especially as it relates to emergent changes in the cognitive foundations of culture.
Daniel Pink's new book, A Whole New Mind, outlines the cognitive shift in culture in terms of brain lateralization -; the big word used by brain researchers in discussing the specialty functions of the brain's right and left hemispheres.
At the risk of emitting signals of haughtiness, that's old new news to me -; the end of this or that.
mezernik.bulgarien-online.info /A_Whole_New_Mindbusiness_marketing_web.html   (3458 words)

  
 An unforgettable Huachuma Journey through Time - exploring the land, mind, world view and shamanic cosmology of the Mochica and Chavin with masterful Mesa works at magical places of great shamanic power.
It will be a deep and multi-faceted communion with the mind and cosmology of ancient cultures which flourished in millennia past and which still today fascinate and stimulate the mind of the cosmic vagabond.
Virtually every subsequent culture was influenced in some way by the Chavin model of civilization.
We will visit some of these places of power to better understand the relationship between these cultures and the forces of nature and human events which profoundly influenced their daily lives, ritual practices, and spiritual cosmology.
www.biopark.org /peru/machu/huachuma-huancabamba.html   (3458 words)

  
 Profile : Russian Folklore & Culture
Finally, I drew the conclusion that these elements converge on one common point: "Russian culture." In other words, the question of the so-called 'what is Russianness?' or 'what is the essence of the Russian mind?' belongs to Russian culture.
of the Russian mind have many interesting connotations involving religious painting, ritual, art and literature, even in everyday life.
Usually, Russian people believe that the left side is associated with the sinister, bad, secular etc. By contrast, in Russian thought the right side has more positive connotations such as being auspicious, good, and sacred.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Styx/4013   (821 words)

  
 Solar Youth Culture
Unlike other youth cults of the past, Hippie culture completely transformed Western society heralding in an era of joy, optimism and mind expansion.
As urban youth culture goes increasingly out of control, it becomes more tribal, vibrant and chaotic; less hierarchal, more holistic, and as the primitive re-emerges, it does so in a predictable fashion as already dictated by the personal, inner infant.
Dates used are approximations of when the underground social currents hit the mainstream contemporary mind-set, mainly via the street, tabloids and television.
website.lineone.net /~iainsp/syouth.html   (821 words)

  
 Interlude Meditation Archive
At the feeder, it seems each bird is in it for itself, but in flight, the group mind takes over.
Our level of individualism is set, in part, by our culture, but in even the most individualistic culture, behavior and thinking is affected by the society, the media, the family, the work group, the neighbors, and even by strangers we encounter as we go about our routines.
There is a larger Mind of which the individual mind is only a sub-system.
www.interluderetreat.com /meditate/group.htm   (821 words)

  
 The Entrepreneurial Mind: Culture as a Criteria for Hiring (and Firing)
The Entrepreneurial Mind: Culture as a Criteria for Hiring (and Firing)
Jeff Cornwall (The Entrepreneurial Mind) writes about the importance of cultural fit when you hire and fire employees: It may be a soft criteria and it may seem subjective to an outsider.
Jeff Cornwall talks about using culture as a hiring criteria, and the difficulty people have using it as a firing criteria.Firing employees because they do not fit in a culture is where many,...
forum.belmont.edu /cornwall/archives/003122.html   (1685 words)

  
 TIJ Article: The Third Culture, Kevin Kelly
In the third culture, the way to settle the question of how the mind works is to build a working mind.
Technology now has its own culture, the third culture, the possibility culture, the culture of nerds-a culture that is starting to go global and mainstream simultaneously.
Snow originated the concept of duelling cultures in his famous book, The Two Cultures.1
www.innovation.cc /discussion-papers/3rd-culture.htm   (2030 words)

  
 Oral Literatures Journal
Basically, I see that the memory palace was absolutely an oral exercise in that it forces me to bring up pictures rather than words in my mind.
Also, as Jennie mentioned in her journal, I am impressed with the fact that whenever I hear any of the titles from the list, my mind immediately jumps to the object with which I connected the title.
            Oral cultures, especially in their verbal performances, are agonistically toned.
ideasandramblings.blog.com   (2030 words)

  
 Klados: Culture of Death
The aestheticism of these activists is a culture of death: all their activity is abstract, within the mind, extraordinarily shut from the realities of life and death.
More to the point, the fanatical "culture of life" argument seems to be held dearest by those aesthetes who would like an eternal sunshine of the spotless mind: Death must be erased from our culture.
I'm also assuming that among the "God hates fags" segment of culture-of-lifers — and there can be no doubt such a segment exists — the punishment of AIDS comes to those who deserve death.
klados.blogspot.com /2005/03/culture-of-death.html   (1135 words)

  
 Achard, Michel: Language, Culture, and Mind
Language, Culture, and Mind is a stimulating collection exploring the ways that cognitive, social, and cultural categories are revealed through language.
The result is a fresh perspective on the way language relates to thought and culture.
Some of the phenomena studied include the linguistic expression of space and causality; aspect, classifiers, negation, and complement constructions; and metaphor, metonymy, and conceptual blending across different domains of human experience.
www.press.uchicago.edu /cgi-bin/hfs.cgi/00/16113.ctl   (142 words)

  
 THE THIRD CULTURE
This essentially because the aims of these two cultural approaches are the opposite: arts look deep inside the mind, and try to extract from that the beauty; sciences explore the universe outside man, they try to understand it and conquer it.
C.P. Snow added to the second edition of his well known work The Two Cultures an essay suggesting with optimism that a so called third culture would emerge and fill the communication gap between the intellectuals of the arts and sciences.
This was explained by John Brockman, editor of The Third Culture.
www.iac.es /gabinete/iacnoticias/winter99/24x.htm   (1194 words)

  
 Third Culture Kids
If you keep an open mind about the culture you're going to, and bear in mind that there is something to be learned from every culture on Earth, then you will find your overseas experience really rewarding.
Congratulations you are about to join the elite of the third culture kids.
There was this one kid at my school who was always running down everything that she found different to her own culture.
www.k12teachoverseas.com /html/kids.html   (1259 words)

  
 PlanetRider Travel Directory > Art & Culture > Archeology > Ireland
If you don't mind reading blanket text, peek into the past with this brief synopsis of ancient Ireland, from prehistoric and early Christian periods to farming to armor.
Of course, it won't be hard with these vivid images (over 20) of tombs, forts, dolmens, cairns, and crannogs--the mist fairly floats off the screen.
Whether you'd like to explore old Ireland when you visit, or you're just an armchair archeologist, you'll want to make this site your starting point.
www.planetrider.com /travel-guide.cfm/Activities/Art_and_Culture/Archeology/Ireland.htm   (230 words)

  
 Traverse City Christian School
Traverse City Christian Junior-Senior High School combines strong academics with a nurturing spiritual climate to produce young Christian leaders prepared intellectually and spiritually to live happy, fulfilled lives, but also to affect a decaying culture positively with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
We hope that your visit to our website will give you a sense of the exciting dynamic of training the whole student — body, mind, and spirit — to take on "the mind of Christ."
We are excited about our unique adventure in education, and we are happy to share it with others.
www.tcchristianschool.org   (230 words)

  
 Boston.com / News / Boston Globe / Ideas / Misreading 'The Arab Mind'
Patai's 1973 book "The Arab Mind," an unnamed academic told Hersh, had become "the bible of the neocons on Arab behavior." In his discussion with conservative prowar intellectuals, the same academic told Hersh, two themes predominated: "One, that Arabs only understand force, and, two, that the biggest weakness of Arabs is shame and humiliation."
In Patai's case, his methodology was itself based on a fatally flawed set of assumptions -- most importantly, that there is one entirely homogenous Arab culture, derived from nomadic Bedouin culture.
(A longtime resident of Jerusalem, he also penned a book titled "The Jewish Mind.") For such scholars, a set of sweeping generalizations about the personality of an entire people could be extrapolated from dubious anecdotal and literary references.
www.boston.com /news/globe/ideas/articles/2004/05/30/misreading_the_arab_mind   (230 words)

  
 The Culture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Culture military craft are often designed to be ugly and graceless, lacking the Culture's usual aesthetic style, and it has been theorised that this is because Culture citizens wish to distance themselves from the military aspects of their society.
An analysis of the Culture on the Kardashev scale places it approximately at a level 3 civilization, meaning it is able to harness all the energy of its galaxy.
The Culture is a fictional anarchic, socialistic and utopian society created by the Scottish writer Iain M. Banks and described by him in several of his novels and shorter fictions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Culture   (3230 words)

  
 Barbados - Mind and Body Health
It addresses the needs of individuals with respect of their age, culture and religion, and specific physical conditions to facilitate optimal health and healing of body, mind and spirit.
The program brings together several facets of yoga and mind body health that have been especially effective in reducing stress and facilitating well-being.
A mantra is a sound without specific meaning, and it helps to take our awareness away from the frenzy of daily activity of the mind to the stillness of our spirit.
www.barbados.org /health.htm   (588 words)

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