Author: Giancarlo Scoditti
ISBN: 9781907774430
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Sketching and carving both visualize and memorize a given image, but within Nowau culture the manner in which this is achieved in a canoe prowboard is entirely different than in a conventional drawing.


Author: Peter Dickinson
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1504004914
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I started thinking about that, and it made me sad. Sadder when I thought about
how Ted had ... Of course he has in his own mind, but I wonder if there isn't part of
him which actually rather resents me talking to the Kitawa in their own language, '
cos it means there's something I do which doesn't belong to him. He can't even
share. And the same ... There's something inside me, coming out, set free,
making my eye and hand work the way they're doing. I honestly can't see any
connection ...

Transitions And Transformations In The History Of Religions

Author: Joseph Mitsuo Kitagawa
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004061125
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The prophet argues that, in contrast to the "gods" of the nations, products of men's
hands and thus bound to time and change, Yahweh has a sovereign purpose
with respect to the life of his people. ... At a time when nostalgic reversionists
were thinking of making a new ark to symbolize the lost old one, Jeremiah
sharply rejected this tie to the past sacred history: "In those days, says Yahweh,
they shall no more say, 'The ark of Yahweh's covenant'; it shall not come to mind,
or be ...

Indian Influence On The Art Of Japan

Publisher: Northern Book Centre
ISBN: 9788172112691
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And, according to traditional way of thinking, if making a single image gained one
blessing, the blessing could be multiplied by printing many images. ... were
touched with a brush.112 We can conclude that Kamakura period art possessed
a strength which it shared with the Nara period, but whereas Nara period art was
made to harmonize with a dominating idealism, now art was motivated by a more
practical frame of mind. ... Cf. Joseph Kitagawa, Religion in Japanese History, p.

Interpreting Japan

Author: Brian J. McVeigh
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317913043
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Example 3 A hand drum beaten, Darkness recedes— Noh play by torchlight.
Tsuzumi uteba 乎͏ͯ͹ Yami no shirizoku ҋͷ͠Γͧ͘ Takigi-nō ਋ೳ Ishihara Yatsuka
The body in the mind The embodiment of complex knowledge transpires through
a number of processes that implicate different aspects of our corporeality. These
actually overlap in many ways and are not ... Our reasoning and thinking abilities,
then, have a bodily basis. As soon as “one gets away from concrete physical ...

Buddhism And Asian History

Author: Joseph Mitsuo Kitagawa
Publisher: MacMillan Publishing Company
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A list of secret topics in this literature would comprise states of yoga, the circle of
deities, and other experiences that are not accessible to ordinary consciousness
and cannot be appreciated by the thoroughly mundane mind. ... In the former,
one contemplates the inseparability of "self reality" (dtmatattva) from "deity reality"
(devatdtattva), and in sequence the performer meditatively generates himself into
Vairocana with one face and two hands, making the samdpatti mudrd ("seal of ...


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Officially, Japanese record companies, publishers and retailers support keeping
the system, arguing that it nurtures music culture by making it economical for
labels to release minority-interest titles as well as million-sellers. Privately,
however ... With tfowr forntal mHAi'cal background, Ia there Aontething at the
back of tf our mind AavfiHg, "I've got to prove mn Aelf, I've got to do a Anmphonw
or at* opera* "? No. I had that ... But seven guys raised their hands and said they
wanted to do it.

The History Of Religions

Author: Joseph Mitsuo Kitagawa
Publisher: An American Academy of Religion Book
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understanding human experience Joseph Mitsuo Kitagawa. what is happening in
remote villages in Turkey or Indonesia ... It influences the culture, but men's
thinking and experience also influence language. It is impossible to abstract such
words as moksha and ... partly because of his fundamental decisions about life.
In the words of Professor Benjamin Schwartz: "While these commitments are
bound to color his understanding to some extent, he can make an effort to
distinguish in ...

Enter Teaching

Author: Mary M. Kitagawa
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
ISBN: 9780325002910
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The Essential Guide for Teachers New to Grades 3-6 Mary M. Kitagawa. answers
, including brilliant ones, is vital because teacher ... "It looks like there is a lot of
thinking going on, so 1 am going to give you longer to decide what to say." There
you are, mentally counting to fifteen with a patient ... In the latter case, you may
need to state frankly how determined you are to hear from everyone and ask
others to put their hands down. • Invite students to share their own questions or
reactions ...

Comparative Work Ethics

Author: Jaroslav Pelikan
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Thus, while we are compelled to resort to such short-hand expressions as “East
Asian peoples,” “Far Eastern societies,” and “East Asian ethics, religions, and
cultures,” we must be fully aware that these general terms are oversimplified and
refer to very diversified phenomena. In this paper I will focus on that part of East
Asia with which I am most familiar, Japan. Third, it is especially common among
intellectuals to assume that Western categories and Western modes of thinking
and ...