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...Auguste Comte not only coined the term “Sociology” but also established it on solid philosophical basis of positivism. The way, he orientated and set its position in the genealogy of philosophy and knowledge, is still unchallenged and uncontroverted. Modern scholars almost unanimously accept his definition of sociology that in some way or other relates to a harmonious relationship with other branches of knowledge. Therefore, one of the greatest contributions of Comte’s approach to society and human being was to define and view sociology from different angles and different... of the Enlightenment tradition: science and facts opposed metaphysics and speculation; faith and revelation were no...
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Write about Auguste Escoffier
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...Auguste Escoffier Georges Auguste Escoffier Georges Auguste Escoffier was born on 28th October 1846 in Villeneuve-Loubet, France. He was a French chef and a culinary writer who was known as one of the most innovative chefs in history, the one who achieved fame among the chefs by introducing French cuisine. (Aakanksh, 13) Escoffiers career started when he was 12. He worked actively for 63 years and became very popular in 1890 when he was chosen as the director of the kitchen at Savoy Hotel. When Nille Melba, a famous singer was staying in London in 1893, Escoffier invented the peche Melba (Peach Melba) in the honor of her name. He moved to Carlton Hotel in 1899 to make his haunte... Essay on Georges...
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Pierre Auguste Renoir
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...Auguste Renoir because they are not only great but also pretty and whose work seems always to have been done in paradisiacal temperatures. There might be probably no artist to compare with Renoir... ART The Museum has devoted a separate branch especially for the art and architecture of medieval Europe. It has the collection of both the domestic architectural elements and religious architectural elements that range from a period of 12th century to about 15 centuries back. This building with the cloistered gardens is located at the Fort Tryon Park in the upper Manhattan. The mostly highlighted things in the Cloisters are the treasures of sculptures, tapestries, ivories, stained glass, illuminated...
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The Thinker by Auguste Rodin
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...Auguste Rodin Le Penseur (1880; The Thinker) Man is the towering masterpiece of God's creation. A man is able to do something out of something that already exists, he fashions it in a manner by which he always consider the kind of material that exist; but everything is possible, and every idea can be freely conceived if you create something out of nothing like what God have done. In every dispensation there is one person that stands out. A genius is born. He may face consequences but is not hindered by a status of life neither by lack of resources. Many successful persons rose from a poor family, in fact there are people, who in their lack of resources, thrived to achieve their goals... The Thinker by...
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir called Dance at Bougival
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...Auguste Renoir called "Dance at Bougival" which was painted in the year 1883. The dimensions of the painting are 181.9 centimeters high by 98.1 centimeters wide. Renoir made use of oil paints on a canvas to create this painting. The primary subject matter of the art work is a couple that is dancing in front of a group of other people. The painting centers around a man and a woman who are dancing in an outdoor area with a group of other people seated behind them. Renoir paints them in such a way as to allow us a glimpse of the emotions that they could be feeling at the time. Everything... Analysis This analysis is going to be carried out on an artwork that is a painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir...
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Dance at Bougival
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...Auguste Renoir, Dance at Bougival, 1883 Image view: Dance at Bougival, 1883 by Pierre-Auguste Renoir Retrived: http://www.philamuseum.org/exhibitions/current.html Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Dance at Bougival, 1883 When viewing different art forms at Philadelphia Museum of Art, there were many attractive paintings and sculptures that caught my attention. The most striking art from was Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Dance at Bougival, painted by Paul Durand-Ruel in 1883. I have always had the mixed feeling of romance compassion, sometimes trying to separate the two and when I was gazing at this painting, the same feelings transpired inside my soul in undivided attention. When one is a lover of art... Pierre-Auguste ...
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Ara Pacis Auguste and Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus
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...Auguste and the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus, the Ara PacisAuguste is a tribute to the return from Hispania and Gaul during the rule of Augustus in Rome. It is an alter that is thought to symbolize peace and depicts the members of the Senate as well as the high priest surrounded by his family. The altar is cast in marble and shows the emperor offering sacrifices to the gods and many even have togas covering their heads showing that they are priests. Others are wearing crowns of laurel indicating victory. The Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus is also constructed in marble and was used to encase the body of Junius Bassus. The figures... on the sarcophagus are three dimensional and the figures wear...
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The Daughters of Catulle Mendes Pierre Auguste Renoir
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...August Renoir - "Daughters of Catulle Mendes" The reason to choose the "Metropolitan Museum of Art" is it is the world's largest museum and it is one of the most important art museum. The Museum is shortly referred to as "The Met". The Met maintains a collection of about 2 millions or more from all around the world. The museum is the oldest, which contains antique paintings and also features medieval art. It also has the collection of musical instruments from all over the world. It has the treasure of sculptures from European masters. It hosts the paintings of Egyptian, African, Middle Eastern, Byzantine, Islamic Art and Oceanic. So for a student who does research on art...
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Comparison of Eugene Henri Paul Gaugins Brooding Woman (1891) and Gabrielle with Jewel Box by Auguste Renoir (1910)
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...Auguste Renoir (1910) This essay will examine both pieces in detail, in the contexts of history, style and technique, with some background regarding the artists. The paintings will first be analyzed separately, with mention of their artistic similarities and differences. Comparisons and contrasts will then be expanded on. The personal evaluation and impressions of each will form the conclusion of the essay. Gabrielle with Jewel Box - 1910: (Renoir, 1841-1919). Although this is the later of the two works, because it adheres historically more closely to the earlier artistic style of Impressionism... Comparison of Eugene Henri Paul Gaugin's 'Brooding Woman' (1891) and 'Gabrielle with Jewel Box' by...
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Impressionism Art - Pierre-Auguste Renoir
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... Impressionism - Renoir The Frick Collection illustrates a display of nine iconic Impressionist canvases done by Renoir, offering the original wide-ranging study of Renoir’s commitment with the full-length format that was linked with the authorized Paris Salon in the era that viewed the appearance of a completely fledged Impressionist artistic. The accompanying and exhibiting catalogue will provide unsullied insights to the complex ambitions of Renoir as a youthful artist. Renoir submitted his artistic works to the authorized salon and the avant-garde impressionist displays. While doing his painting in the new Impressionist technique, he remained exclusively dedicated to the full-length... Impressionism ...
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August Comte
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...Auguste Comte Auguste Comte  (19 January 1798 – 5 September 1857) was a famous French philosopher who is deservingly considered to be one of the “fathers” of sociology. He is also famous for creation of the doctrine of positivism. Comte is also called “the first philosopher of science” (Lenzer, 1997). The main idea of Comte was to restore the society, which was damaged by French Revolution, with the help of science and his positive philosophy. Such idea appeared under the influence of socialist Henri Saint-Simon. Many philosophers such as Karl Max and John Mill were influenced by Comte. His ideas are very valuable for modern academic psychology practiced by the philosopher Emily Durkheim... ...
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Theories in Sociology
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...Auguste Comte According to Auguste Comte, the contemporary society should be fully studied by researchers so that the problems that are present in the society can be solved appropriately and there can be way outs to these problems. Individualism is the origin of societal disarray, says Comte. Three phases of societal imagination identified by Comte are theoretical stage, metaphysical stage and positive stage. Theoretical stage explains religious heads as the most authentic knowledge providers; metaphysical stage describes philosophers as the chief assistance providers and positive stage illustrates scientific doctrines as foundation for people’s doctrines. b. Herbert Spencer... Theories in Sociology a....
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Legion of Honor
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...Auguste Rodin, 1875, Trotting Horse Edgar Degas, 1881, The Kiss, Auguste Rodin, 1884, The Grand Canal, Claude Monet, 1908. The museum also has a wealth of collection of impressionists and post impressionists artwork such as the work Renoir, Cezanne, Seurat. Legendary modernist painters work such as the iconic works of Picasso and Braque can also be found in the Legion of Honor Museum. The museum has one of the most number of collections of old and recent masters that an art enthusiast will surely enjoy.... Teacher Legion of Honor building and Museum The building and museum of Legion of Honor is located at Lincoln Park, 100 34th Avenue inSan Francisco, California and is part of the Fine Arts Museums...
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Art
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...Auguste Rodin, Paul Cezanne are some of the artists of the modern era who marked their own names in the history of art. This paper talks about the some of the works of Auguste Rodin in regards to their detailed compositions... ?Modernism Modernism In APA Style Modernism 2 Thesis The era of modern art begins in the 1860s to the 1970s and de s the style and philisophy art in that period. The term is noramlly connected to the previous era and throws the traditions aside to experiment on a newer spirit in relation to the customs of the time. Artists of this era experimented on a fresher take on art which entails new ideas and new ways of seeing it. Artists like Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gaugin, Camile Claudel,...
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Grand Odalisque
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...Auguste-Dominique Ingres impressed me greatly. In this painting, there is a naked woman lying down in a sofa with her face towards and is looking us. She only painted her back and one of her breast, but she is glamorous and attractive. She has transparently white skin, and there is some coldness in her eyes. As compared with her body, the background is dark and makes people pay attention to her. According to our text book, the painting is significant because it expresses the character of the epoch. Notwithstanding that it is not a figure from any specific historical or mythological text... There are many amazing art works in this week’s reading, but the painting, “Grande Odalisque”, created by...
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How does each sculpture convey the idea of love which one do you believe conveys this idea more effectively Why
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...Auguste Rodin’s The Kiss and Robert Indiana’s LOVE Two sculptures that indicate the context of love are The Kiss by Auguste Rodin and Robert Indiana’s sculpture titled, Love. Rodin sculpts two lovers who are kissing passionately. The Kiss is a representation of romance in love and thus advocates mainly for sex as opposed to love. Although The Kiss is one of the most influential sculptures ever created in ancient times, Indiana also brings to the table a modernist impression of love. However, the sculpture represents the term love in which O is leaning whose symbolism cannot be underscored by mere observation. Indiana’s sculpture is placed in the open...
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3 works of art
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...Auguste Renoir. Retrieved from Figure 2: A Bar at the Folies-Bergere (1882) by Edouard Manet. Retrieved from Figure 3: The Absinthe Drinker (1876) by Edgar Degas. Retrieved from I have selected the last two images. Section B Figure 1 In this image... . The man in this image seems too alcoholic despite her stern look to a something seeming distant from them. Both of them are addicts in a bar taking Absinthe drink though from their looks despite sitting very closely in their thoughts seem to be far apart. Hence, this depicts the then French social isolation especially during the Paris’ initial stages of growth characterized by the female gender making its appearances in partying or leisure...
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Impressionism painting appearance
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...Auguste Renoirs and Edgar Degas among many other individuals. The sovereign artists, in spite of their varied paintings approaches, became united in the eyes of contemporary analysts. Traditional art critics berated their works because of their appearances that seemed... YourFirst YourLast 31 May Art history Impressionists were a group of poets and painters who had d themselves the "Anonymous Group of Painters and Printmakers". These individuals became renowned for breaking away from the conventional styles that had prevailed at that time (Masterpieces of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism: The Annenberg Collection). The founding members of the group included Camille Pissarro, Claude Monet,...
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DELACROIX
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...Auguste (Baron) Schwiter in 1826. The painting is similar to most English portraits from the time by trying to capture schwiters character as he is posing and standing in a park. Delacroix does not portray a relaxed attitude of Schwiter but chooses to emphasize on his aristocratic nature by including formal aspects in the schwiter’s clothing (James par. 5). The Portrait of Louis-Auguste (later Baron) Schwiter remains the most famous Delacroix’s works from England. The style and brushwork used in the portrait... England Tour influence Delacroix Works Eugene Delacroix was a remarkable painter and artist of the 19th century. Most of the painter’s works varied in terms of plot and themes as evident in his...
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Medieval Paris
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...Auguste embarked on securing Paris within city walls, and this marked the beginning of its rise. Stone walls with round watch-towers were built around Paris to secure it from external attacks and other influences. Phillippe-Auguste also ordered the construction of Les Halles, Paris’ covered market on the Right Bank. Again, he paved rebuilt its two wooden bridges with stone, and paved the muddy streets.This fortification and internalized developments within Paris paved the way for one of the most developed and orderly cities in the world (Farmer, 2014). Paris invented its own style of architecture... Medieval Paris Introduction The term “medieval Paris” simply means Paris in the Middle Ages, that is,...
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History of Modern Art 1870 - 1970
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...Auguste Renoir and Camille Pissarro are referred to as modern art. The modern art however can be traced to the period of Industrial Revolution that took place between 18th and 19th century. During this period, rapid changes took place in not only manufacturing and transportation sector, but also technology significantly affected social, economic as well as cultural conditions of life. In addition to this, Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood is also associated with modernism because it rejected traditional academic forms of not only 18th, but also 19th century. Other modern art movements... History of Modern Art Modern art refers to the work that was produced between 1870 and 1970. Modern artists disregarded any...
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Alzheimers Disease
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...Auguste D. (an Alzheimer’s patient) and described findings of amyloid plaques and fiber tangles in Auguste D’s brain during an autopsy (Lu & Bludau, 2011, 2). At first, it was thought that Alzheimer’s disease occur in people younger than 65 and dementia is the term for those older that 65; however, the autopsy report of Dr. Alois suggested that Alzheimer’s disease was the most common... Alzheimer’s Disease Abstract The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit: (1) to study further Alzheimer’s disease; and (2) to explain the concept of Alzheimer’s disease and use information from outside sources. Alzheimer’s disease was named after Dr. Alois Alzheimer, a physician who noted conversation with Au...
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Romantic and Neoclassic artwork
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...Auguste Dominique Ingres, Large Odalisque, 1814. Works Cited Litvak, Olga. Haskalah: The Romantic Movement in Judaism. New Brunswick, N.J: Rutgers University Press, 2012. Print.... December 26, Romantic and Neo ic Artwork The nineteenth century was characterized with emergence of different types of art which included Romanticism and Neoclassicism. While neoclassic artwork aimed at portraying the absolute truth about life through reflection of the rational way of thinking with the intellectual movement giving emphasis on reason that was mainly borrowed from classical Greek and Roman style, romantic artwork mainly focused on depicting reality by employing the use of wild and raw emotions which gave...
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Critically discuss the contribution of positivism to the study of society
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...Auguste Comte deserves all the credit for coming up with a comprehensive framework and layout for this term (Kaines, pp. 16-24, 1880). However, contributions from Hebert Spencer, Emile Durkenheim, and Charles Darwin have also been very important for maturing the concept of positivism (Lindenfeld, pp. 23-30, 1980). With the passage of time, this field has invited many other researchers... Running Head: Contribution of Positivism Contribution of Positivism [Institute’s Contribution of Positivism Introduction Philosophers agree that the goal of philosophy is nothing else but to help people in having a systematic worldview. Moreover, this worldview would come with modifying the imperfections of human life....
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Love Using specific artistic examples define Neoclassicism
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...Auguste... Neo icism Neo icism was a prevalent and a powerful movement in painting and other visual arts that set itsbase in the 1760s, got to its peak between 1780s and 1790s, and remained in existence until the late 1840s and early 1850s. In efforts to depict classical themes and subjects matters, it took the form of austere linear design and used archaeological settings and costumes. Authors document that neoclassical was initiated partly by the sensuous and frivolous decorative Rococo style reactions that had governed European art from the 1720s (Palmer 12). It is argued that the new archaeological discoveries gave neoclassicism a significant impetus more specifically the buried Roman cities. To a c...
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Professional Values for the BSN Student
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...Auguste Comte (1851) has defined altruism as ‘self sacrifice for the benefit of others’. The nurses willingly sacrifice their time when the patient requires their help. They are highly devoted to the cause of alleviating pain and providing an encouraging environment of hope for the patients and their family. I have an intrinsic... Professional Values for the BSN _______________________________________ Using this format, prepare a 30 - 50 word response in each box that describes your understanding of the values for the BSN nursing student. Prepare an APA-formatted reference page. Define: Identify how nurses demonstrate this value. Discuss how you demonstrate this value. Altruism French philosopher Augus...
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The Kiss by Constantin Brancusi
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...Auguste Rodin (1886) Auguste Rodin’s sculpture The Kiss (1886) made out of marble is an illustrationof passionate love and affection. The love has been demonstrated quite vividly by the marble carving of a man and a woman embracing in passion. The carving was inspired by Dante’s Inferno, a story of adulterous love affair between Paulo Malatesta and Francesca da Rimini. They developed feelings for each other after reading a romantic novel of Lancelot and Guinevere jointly. In the sculpture Paulo is depicted holding what is believed to be the book the two read. In the romantic story, Paulo’s elder brother, who was actually Francesca’s husband, caught the two in the affair... The Kiss The Kiss by Auguste...
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Office art memo
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...Auguste Rodin; The Château at Médan, 1880 by Paul Cézanne. Emotions, symbolism and visual imagery are the characteristics of post-impressionist works. Answer 2a: Rouen Cathedral in Full Sunlight Source: http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/art_movements/impressionism.htm The first one in the bunch of impressionist paintings that I would choose is ‘Rouen Cathedral in Full Sunlight’, painted by Claude Monet in 1893. It needs to be placed in the visitor’s hall so that it can remind all concerned that our company is capable to withstand the test of times just like this cathedral. Answer 3a: Cathedral has a historical... Office Art Memo Chief Executive Officer ABC Subject: ...
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Development of photography
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...Auguste Lumiére Louis Lumiere and Auguste Lumiere, born in France, are known as history’s earliest filmmakers. Charles Wheatstone and Sir David Brewster Charles Wheatstone was the Fellow of the Royal Society and an inventor. He is famous for his Wheatstone bridge, and instrument that measures the resistance of an object. He is also famous for his photometer, a device for comparing two lights for their intensity. One of the first stereoscopes offered... Important Individuals in the Invention of Photography: Renaissance to the 20th Century Galileo Galilei Galileo was an Italian astronomer. His contribution to photography is he studied photographic pictures of Venus and its moons. He gave his heliocentric ...
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Positivism
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...Auguste Compte’s treatise ‘The in PositivePhilosophy’ first introduced the terms ‘positivism’ and ‘positive philosophy’ that are considered symbols of a recognised mode of thought, and which, according to Mill, are better known through the enemies of this mode of thinking, rather than due to its adherents (1882). Compte himself regarded Francis Bacon, Descartes and Galileo as antecedents of his concept of human knowledge; he defined his version of ‘positive philosophy’ stating that the only existing knowledge is the one of phenomena, and that this knowledge is not absolute but relative, hence... , what is known, as Mill describes it later, is neither the essence nor the real mode of production...
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Nineteenth-Century Philosophy: Marx versus Feuerbach
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...Auguste Comte Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1762-1814) and Auguste Comte (1798–1857) are legendary philosophers who both represent the age of progress if their respective ideologies are not anything to go by. On the one hand, Fitche arguably represents the transition between Immanuel Kant and Hegel. He cuts his own niche as an indispensable philosopher of progressivism of political thought. Throughout the history, Fichte's... Question # 1: Marx versus Feuerbach Karl Marx’s critique of Ludwig Feuerbach is embodied in the "Theses on Feuerbach.” In this literary piece, Marx argues that the main problem with all existing materialism as Feuerbach envisages, is that the object, realism, opulent lifestyle is under...
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Critic and Target
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...Auguste Comte, one of the earliest French philosophers, devised a number of psychological theories in an attempt of analyzing the group dynamisms and the behavior of people in groups especially through his social doctrines based on science. Individual relationship is of essence in sustaining groups, this is a pertinent aspect of philosophy that investigates the group dynamics and the role of group relations in creating the different personalities in people (Comte and Ferre? 21). Different groups exhibit distinct features... Critic and Target Introduction Comte attributes the modern day science of philosophy to the existent sciences of thetime, which included mathematics, physics, astronomy and biology....
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Analyze a photogrpah
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...Auguste Cot to the rich, pastoral representation by painter Henry Nelson O’ Neil, the image of the manic depressive drowning herself seemed to have struck a chord with several artists over the ages. Crewdson recognises this timeless quality of the character and chooses to interpret it himself also but in the different, more contemporary, medium of film. Studying the picture closely reveals how the same motif of female suppression persists in history. Here, the scene is not a forest and a river... Un d (2001) by Gregory Crewdson Gregory Crewdson’s staged photograph “Un d 2001”, alsoreferred to as “Ophelia”, depicts a woman in her night clothes apparently drowning but in a drawing room. Crewdson is known...
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Culinary Arts Past, Present and Future
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...Auguste Escoffier {a restaurant apprentice}. These five persons who greatly impacted culinary arts history between the 16th and 20th centuries have one thing in common - French nationality. Caterina de Medici Italian Caterina de Medici... CULINARY ARTS – PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE Introduction While there have been many individuals have contributed to the evolution of culinary arts over the centuries, there have been a few whose contribution has been more significant than most. Five such individuals who came from differing backgrounds are Caterina de Medici {a Queen}, Francois Vatel {son of a farm laborer}, Antoine Parmentier {a pharmacist}, Marie-Antoine Careme {a destitute kitchen boy} and...
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David cole interviews Dr. Franciszek Piper + David cole on the Phil Donahue Show
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...Auguste and Fritz Pfeffer. They lived for an approximated two years in a secret house attic behind an office of the family owned business in Prinsengracht Street. On 14th August 1944, German Secret State (Gestapo) police discovered their hiding place after an anonymous tip by a Dutch caller. On the same day, they were all arrested and were sent to Westerbork on August 8th. A month later, September 1944 the Gestapo sent the four brothers... Why were Anne Frank and her sister transported from Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen?  In the first half of July, Anne Frankand her family decided to go into hiding in a house that eventually also hid other four Dutch Jews that included Hermann, Peter van Pels, Auguste and...
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Art History
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...Auguste Renoir, in his letter to his dealer Durand-Ruel, criticizes status quo: “In Paris there are scarcely fifteen people who capable of liking a painter who doesn’t show at the Salon. There are 80,000 who won’t buy so much as a nose from a painter who is not at the Salon”.1 A medal from the Salon marked professional recognition. Conversely, if a jury rejected a work, it was equal to aesthetic rejection. In most case the canvases proposed... Impressionism IMPRESSIONISM Now we take Impressionist canvases as true and indisputable art. Their works became the ics. Nevertheless, theImpressionists’ way to success was long and challenging. They were not allowed at official exhibitions, widely criticized in...
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Detective methods
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...Auguste Dupin represents the modular and separatist out of the box thinkers that are catalysts for change and innovation in specific disciplines and society, Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes represents the competent leaders that must remain... Poe/Doyle Terrance Jones Poe/Doyle Analysis Academia Research Analysis: Edgar Allan Poe The manner in which Edgar Allan Poe articulates the traits of C. Austin Dupin clearly represents his views of societal interaction versus the end result societal reality that he would have ushered in using C. Austin Dupin as a catalyst. Dupin is represented as a societal recluse who through isolation and constant action, analysis and reconcilement, comes to conclusions that...
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Edgar Degas
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...Auguste worked as a banker. The family ranged in the middle class and had nobler pretensions (Edgardegas.net, 2010). For quite a number of years, Degas’ family used to put “de” while spelling their name ‘de Gas’ so that they could show a land-owning aristocratic background that in reality they did not possess. Nevertheless, while he reached adulthood, Edgar Degas went back to using his original name. He had come from a family that was extremely musical: his mother was an opera singer, though not a professional one, while his father Auguste used to arrange... ? Edgar Degas Introduction Edgar Degas was born in Paris, France in 1834. Celestine, his mother, was a New Orleans’s American while his father...
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The Early Development and History of Movies
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...Auguste and Louis Lomerie perfected the process in France. It took almost ten years however, and in 1902, that film was finally allowed to burst into people's lives. Made by the French film maker Georges Melies, A Trip to the Moon, was a moving picture based on a novel. It took America a year to catch up, and Edwin S... Early Pioneers of Cinema (fill in what you need to for school, ect In a day and age where movies are all around us, and motion pictures something most people see on a often occasion, we may forgot that there was a time before these moving pictures grasped, and held on to our attention. The history of film starts in the 1890's. While Thomas Edison was working on projecting moving images, Au...
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Impressionism and The Famous Cafes of Paris
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...Auguste Renior, Camille Pissarro, Alfred... Impressionism and the Famous Cafes of Paris in the 19th Century of the The artist's movement called Impressionism began by breaking the conventional rules. It got its name through a derogatory reference made to it by an art critic. Yet, the artists associated with the movement took pride in what they did, and how they were known. They put coarse brush-strokes on the canvas. They brought painting out of the studio and into the open air. They used thick color. They painted day-to-day events instead of extraordinary occurrences. All this had to take place in a very unconventional setting. What better setting could they find than the famous cafes of Paris How did...
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Modern and Contemporary Style
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...Auguste Rodin C.1880 This work displays the historical concepts that characterize art. The sculpture is a reflection of the artist’s impressive presentation skills. In respect of this master piece, the ability of the sculptor to bring out the best of art is open to all. In respect of this piece of art, the sculptor applies the elements clearly to address critical issues that pattern the message being sent by this work. Variation of color tone is offering a clear visual impression of the object with a sharp contrast between font view and the background. While the sculpture is dark colored, the background has a white appearance which displays the excellent application of contrast... Modern and...
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Museum Visit Humi 16
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...Auguste Rodin between 1880 and 1881 (Rodin 1). “The Thinker” displays a genuine human emotion, which most viewers can interact with on a personal level. It also appreciates the art and intellectual societies since in symbolizes intellectualism. Question # 3 “The Thinker” is created in a sitting position by having his right elbow rested on his left knee. This position is appealing because it invokes a somber mood, in this figure, which would not have been created, when this piece was in a standing position and looking far... Museum Visit Humi 16 Question The Thinker,” which is a nude sculpture that is valiant, muscular, and taunt made out of bronze. Question # 2 “The Thinker” was created by Auguste Rodin...
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IMAGE RESEARCH (THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ART)
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...Auguste Renoir is similar to the images of “ A Bar at the Falies- Bergre” and “Maulin de la Galette” (Adams 434-435). The images depict... History of Western Art The above image is a representation of the Roman Emperor who was known as Titus Flavius Vespasiamas. In salient ways, it bears similarity to the image which is a representation of Caracalla of third century A.D. (Adams 145). Both images are sculpted from marble as this was a popular material among artists in the Roman Empire. Both of them have used various shades and colors of marble that are symbolic of the class rankings present in the society at that time. For instance, Emperors were the cream of the society and they were often depicted...
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Proper essay form, with supporting argument, facts, and examples
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...Auguste Comte (1798-1857... Ways in which Romanticism, socialism, liberalism were connected and informed between in the period between 1789 and 1850 There were several ways in which ideologies such as Romanticism, socialism, liberalism, as and other events that happened between 1789 and 1850 connect with each other. This paper is going to describe the ways in which these movements and events were connected and informed one another during this period. In the early nineteenth century, ideologies were mainly influenced by two opposing traditions: the scientific rationalism which derived its meaning from the scientific revolution, and Romanticism which rejected most ideas of the positivists. For example, Au...
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Platos Ethics
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...Auguste Comte and other philosophers during his time or before him. His basis for ethics was thus a focus on the result of one’s actions. Richard Dawkins Dawkins if famous for his theories on evolutionary ethics. They included descriptive evolutionary ethics and normative evolutionary ethics. In both, he insisted on the ethical contents in any given situation by determined by the evolutionary history of the given species and how it has learned to respond to that situation. Essentially, he cited natural selection as one of the major determinants of ethics. To him, something was ethical as long as it has evolutionary importance. Work Cited Plato and Benjamin...
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WEEK 2 PERCPTION KEYS
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...Auguste Renoir’s joyful painting has more color compared to lines. Color has been used to create a joyful effect to the eye. Edgar degar’s painting, the dancing class, has more line dominating in comparison to lines. Line is important for an impressionist painter because it brings in a sense of texture and composition (Martin& Jacobus, 2011). . 2. In terms of composition... Week 2 Reflection Perception Keys Here] PART I: PERCEPTION KEYS PERCEPTION KEY: Comparison of Five Impressionist Paintings (p. 91)1. In which of the following paintings is color more dominant over line? In which is line most dominant over color? How important does line seem to be for the impressionist painter? Answer: Pierre-Aug...
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5 paragraphy report on Neoclassic & Romantic Periods
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...Auguste Dominique Ingres’s painting of Napoleon in 1806 is another rich example of the art of this period: the red velvet, the gold and the ermine all engulf... Introduction: Laurie Schneider Adams, in the fourth edition of her book ‘A History of Western Art’ (2004), studies the growth and spread of two opposite strains of artistic development in the Western world: Neoclassicism and Romanticism. While Neoclassical art forms looked to revive an ancient, classical tradition, Romanticism advocated a revolutionary new way of creating and looking at art. The former, which arose in the 1700s, was based principally on order and strict regulations. Romanticism, on the other hand, gained popularity in the 1800s...
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Reflection Perception Keys. A descriptive criticism of Claude Monets painting, The Sunrise
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...Auguste Renoir’s joyful painting has more color compared to lines. Color has been used to create a joyful effect to the eye. Edgar degar’s painting, the dancing class, has more line dominating in comparison to lines. Line is important for an impressionist painter because it brings in a sense of texture and composition (Martin& Jacobus, 2011). . 2. In terms of composition... ? Week 2 Reflection Perception Keys Here] PART I: PERCEPTION KEYS PERCEPTION KEY: Comparison of Five Impressionist Paintings (p. 91)1. In which of the following paintings is color more dominant over line? In which is line most dominant over color? How important does line seem to be for the impressionist painter? Answer: Pierre-Auguste ...
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Compare and contrast Grand Odalisque and Velazquez's Princess
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...Auguste Dominique Ingres portraying an odalisque, or concubine (fantasy). The painting can be considered to highlight Ingres’ break from neoclassicism, signifying a shift toward exotic romanticism. Neoclassicism represents the 18th century revitalization of classical beliefs and differs from other revivals as neoclassical artists approach the ancient subject with fresher, more scientific approach (Lewis and Susan 356). Grande Odalisque attracted widespread criticism owing to its elongated proportions and absence of anatomical realism. The painting also represents an eclectic mix of styles that combine classical form... Velazquez skill in the utilization of “claroscuro” in which the point of...
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History of a Winery
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...August Introduction Wine is normally used globallyand it is important to have appellation regulations that pass laws concerning wine and other alcoholic products that are consumed by individuals. Time and place for the consumption of wine must be stated to ensure underage do not have access to the brands. This paper will seek to discuss Maison Louis Jadot Winery by touching on history, founder and regions issues among other aspects. Maison Louis Jadot Winery history Maison Louis Jadot is ranked as the first among the best producers of Burgundy wine varieties. Throughout France, the company has been the best wine producer with extensive vineyards... , the young Jadot had to work with his uncle...
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