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Author: Harry Redner

handicapped in not having an easy to learn script, and writing was confined to a narrow elite stratum of scholar-gentlemen or shih . The alphabet promotes a much higher degree of literacy and a much greater range of texts; in that limited sense it democratizes culture and enables books to circulate more

In: Quintessence of Dust: The Science of Matter and the Philosophy of Mind
Author: Jon Mills

, democratizing social justice, and extending an ethical hand in our post-Holocaust world. This shift in social self-consciousness stresses the importance of validating alterity rather than sustaining rival differences between individuals, societies, and nations that fail to acknowledge the need for mutual

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies
Author: Randy Fertel

's near contemporary Louis Armstrong's famed minimalism to which Schuller ( 1968 ) attributes a ‘“democratization” of rhythmic values’ (8). For early aficionado of hot jazz Hugues Panassié, As [Armstrong] went on, his improvisations grew hotter, his style became more and more simple – until at the end

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies
Author: Cameran Ashraf

mass communications (Eisenstein 1980). The profound psychological impacts of literacy would be felt by millions who had been excluded from the written word (Luria 1976; McLuhan et al. 2011). The democratization of knowledge facilitated by the widespread printing allowed for an expansion of

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies

, among other things, the funding of research projects), and the changing demography of the academy (democratisation, increasing proportions of women etc.). Ideas, of course, are not merely the product of other ideas, but they are historically produced. What needs to be explained is why the hermeneutic

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture
Author: Algis Mickunas

parties and their ideologies."12 Due to technological progress the world has shrunk "so that the masses are compelled to assume modern democratization through the means of mass communication which offers reports and information from the entire world. Such a system of information aids in the construction

In: Research in Phenomenology
Author: Daniel Smith

Algeria in 1992. 9 The elections were projected to give power to a majority that wanted to change the constitution and undermine the process of democratization in Algeria. To avoid this result, the State and the leading party decided to suspend the elec- tions. In the name of saving democracy, they

In: Research in Phenomenology
Author: Anne O’Byrne

self can explode onto the surface in what is commonly called “scenes.” 42 In these novels, movements and interactions among characters replace descriptions of the inner states of a single protagonist, overcoming the banality of interiority and, importantly, democratizing interpretation. 43

In: Research in Phenomenology

perceptions, but is limited to analyzing what was there all along (dimensions or forms of being taken for granted in pre-philosophical life), Sokolowski is of his time, of the post-modern, non-foundational democratization of discourses. He is not of his time, however, in emphasizing the necessities in being

In: Research in Phenomenology

Clement Greenberg: Clement Greenberg, long acknowledged as the theorist of American Modernism, defined Postmodernism in 1979 as the antithesis of all he loved: that is as the lowering of aesthetic standards caused by “the democratization of culture under industrialism.” Like our “Decadence” columnist

In: Imagination and Art: Explorations in Contemporary Theory