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THE CHURCH AND THE WORLD MISSIONS The Presentation of Missions to Men Missionaries who donned the khaki and mixed with the men of the armies got a new conception concerning missions and men. In The East and the West for July, Benjamin T. Butcher makes clear some things that need to be done. Perhaps 80 per cent of the army men were outside

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The personal interpretation of wei-wu-wei as literally "doing nothing" does not fare much better, and in fact this view does not seem to have been very common. In his commentary on the Chuang-tzu, Kuo Hsiang criticized it: "Hearing the theory of wu wei, some people think that lying down is better than walking. These people are far wrong in ...

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UNDOING GENDER1 FRANCINE M. DEUTSCH Mount Holyoke College "Doing Gender," West and Zimmerman's (1987) landmark article, highlighted the impor tance of social interaction, thus revealing the weaknesses of socialization and structural approaches. However, despite its revolutionary potential for illuminating how to disman

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From Image into Art: Art after Byzantine Iconoclasm - JSTOR

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Hans Belting opens his account of European medieval images, Bild und Kult: Eine Geschichte des Bildes vor dem Zeitalter der Kunst, with the following statement: "A history of the image is something other than a history of art."' He then proceeds to outline this difference at great length in a masterly discourse on medieval imagery. His analysis is

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Image, Medium,Body: A New Approach to Iconology - JSTOR

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Image, Medium,Body: A New Approach to Iconology Hans Belting 1. Why Iconology? In his 1986 book on iconology, W.J. T. Mitchell explained the task of iconology by using the terms image,text,ideology.1 In my recent book on Bild-Anthropologie,Ialsouseatriadoftermsinwhich,forobviousreasons, imageremains but now is framed by the terms mediumand body ...

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The Head, the Heart, and the Unpardonable Sin - JSTOR

THE HEAD, THE HEART, AND THE UNPARDONABLE SIN NINA BAYM The Unpardonable Sin might consist in want of love and reverence for the Human Soul, in consequence of which, the investigator pried into its dark depths, not with a hope or purpose of making it better, but from a cold philosophical curiosity;-content that it should be wicked in whatever

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The Status of Women in Ancient Athens - JSTOR

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The Status of Women in Ancient Athens William J. O'Neal Department of Classics and History University of Toledo Toledo, Ohio 43606 USA The roles of Athenian women in the fifth century B.C. were prima-rily those of wife and mother. The Athenians, in their patriarchal society, selected models for women based on the divine and heroic orders. The ...

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A Dictionary of Surnames. Patrick Hanks and Flavia Hodges. Special consultant for Jewish names: David L. Gold. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988. 826 pp. $79.00 (cloth). Reissued in 1989, 1990, 1991. A comprehensive dictionary of ap-proximately 70,000 surnames in the English-speaking world that are of European origin. Each entry gives ...

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