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On the Dimension of Self-cultivation of Li in Xuncian Philosophy

(禮及身而行修:荀子的禮的個體修養之維)

Kai Wang

.’ ” 19 祭如在,祭神如神在’ (Book 3, in The Analects ). Xunzi also pointed out that, “Sacrifice originates in the emotions stirred by remembrance and recollection of the dead and by thinking of and longing for the departed.” 20 祭者,志意思慕之情也. (“Discourse on Ritual Principles,” in Xunzi ). The meaning of

Mark Aultman

device can measure frequency, but unless a human or animal is present, there is no pitch. Humans hear sound within a limited frequency range, and pitch within a still narrower range. Pitch, though, is one of the primary means to convey musical emotion—a high note can convey excitement, a low one sadness

Ann Marie Bush

, worked out a deŽnition of the poetic process that brings together language, time, and emotion. In The Poet’s Art , he wrote that the poetic process is one of conversion of private aware- ness by an artistic medium: the language of lyric poetry, with its melodic dimensions, its partnership with mem- ory

Saro Palmeri

applies to the concept of emotions, a term that derives from “e-motions,” “moving out” of their biophysics substrate. In Palmeri (2007) I share my understanding of the earliest psyche that is composed of “consciousness, a feeling of the self, and a sense of space and time,” all three components

Florian Klapproth

author then reports on an experiment that investigated the relationship between two different conceptualizations of the time perspective, and that examined the role emotions play in the variable part of the time perspective. Finally, conclusions are drawn with respect to the experimental results and the

José Garcia-Moreno

animation performance, some instants are more precious than others. The famed animator Glenn Keane defined them as “golden poses.” The golden pose leads us to a precise moment wherein the emotion of the spirit comes through in a motion in an unequivocal way. figure 1 Münster Hydria . Greek libation

Time and History, from a Singular Perspective

Exploring Einstein’s “Now” Conundrum

Saro Palmeri

emotional storm change everything, those loci are merely genetically “predisposed” to generate emotions, feelings, and mental/mnemonic and psychological activity. Perhaps there exists no greater emotional storm than that experienced at birth and in early infancy. In Eigen’s words, “the scream of infancy

published on Hemingway and on Nobel Laureates and their celestial twins. She is currently completing a book which brings together time, emotions and the four Elements. Peter Øhrstrøm is Professor of Information Science at the Department of Communication and Psychology, Aalborg University, Denmark

April Lindner

” (46). The strength of this passage comes not from the novelty of its being about a dead man and a living woman but rather from how eerily familiar the emotions it evokes are. But evoking an emotional reaction in the reader is a small part of what the book seeks to accomplish. Veering between satire

Peter A. Hancock and Nushien Shahnami

Cognition 27: 283-319. Levine, L.J., and D.A. Pizarro. 2004. “Emotion and Memory Research: A Grumpy Overview.” Social Cognition 22 (5): 530-554. Lombardo, T. 2008. The Evolution of Future Consciousness . Bloomington, IN: Author House. Nairne, J.S., J.N. S. Pandeirada, K.J. Gregory, and J.E. Van Arsdall