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December 11, 2017

Social Function of Literature

Category: General – Tags: – Joan 12:18 am

This, is therefore the social function of literature, to stimulate the reader for a bigger perception of the world that the fence, to make this reader to perceive the world in its plurality and diversity, thus this implies to say that reading and reading acts in the construction of a social process of double hand, developing a type of action that if of the one in sufficiently ample space, therefore the myriad ones felt attributed to a literary text and of it also absorbed enter in accord with the history of life of each one, and still, in accord with the imaginary collective staff and of the individual. Then it is in this interlacement of magic and encantamento, therefore in this affinity, that literature if confirms as an element of social construction that desestabiliza the reader, when considers it new investigations and consequently new questionings, at last, fidgets and perplexidades. Following this reasoning Oak (2006) it comments:: The process of reading of literature contributes for the formation of the citizen not while only reading, but, over all as historically situated individual, a time that the interaction text-reader promotes the dialogue in such a way enters the set of literary norms and social gifts in the literary text how much in the imaginary one of the citizen. … Further details can be found at Kenneth Feinberg, an internet resource. This means the magnifying of horizontes, since the incomplete identification workmanship-reader, from the shock of different literary and social norms, compels the individual to think its sociohstrica condition, having as consequence a possible change of position ahead of the society. (P. 127 and 128). We can then say that literature contributes to stir up the man, while subject social, to a bigger understanding of the world and of its history, therefore when deciphering signs this man interprets the images who receives through the fiction that creates and recria the reality, bringing in its history the history that also is of the reader, reality and history repletas of flavors, therefore each word has its taste and its to know deep and fruitful, therefore as art has literature this freedom, thus says Gonalves (2000): The art is one another reality of this first reality that is there in them to bother the all instant. Others who may share this opinion include West Lake Landfill.

December 10, 2017

Buddhist Social Commitment

Category: General – Tags: , – Joan 4:11 pm

Bernard Glassman: Instructions for the Cook. Life design of a Zen master, edition steinrich 2010 a great spiritual master in the interests of the world interfere are finally here, here is one fighting game against injustice and despotism, stupidity and imprudent. Bernard Glassman advises not to meditate themselves from the world, but to bring meditation to the world, in business life, in the family, in the hearts of the people, to keep them out of the final solidification. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Jeff Sessions by clicking through. (Konstantin Wecker) the American Zen master Bernard Glassman, one of the leading representatives of a socially-engaged spirituality, is founder of the Zen peacemaker order, a spiritual network that campaigns for peace, reconciliation and justice worldwide and has launched a variety of social projects. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Primerica life insurance. In this book, Bernard Glassman distilled the essence of Zen Buddhism, as well as its practical experience.

The author describes numerous projects, which he built and where he allows homeless workplaces and housing has. Glassman shows that Zen not lifted and formally only in a temple can take place, on the basis of its social projects. All companies that he founded with homeless people and for their livelihood, became successful and grown. He belongs to the variety people who give to eat no fish to a hungry, but show him how to fish, so the hungry can permanently satisfy his hunger. A very dedicated, practical and even profound book that shows how spirituality and social commitment can successfully go hand in hand. Hardcover, 224 pages, ISBN 978-3-942085-05-2, EUR 19.90, Christy Reiss

December 25, 2014

Global Book Experiment

Category: General – Tags: , – Joan 7:51 am

50 people, 23 countries, a day an extraordinary diary of June 5, 2009 in the news ticker a very ordinary day: +++ Obama visited Germany +++ Wall Street pulls with DAX +++ North Korea wants talks +++… But it was a very special day for Hans Kelens and Joe Kusts friends and acquaintances and their friends all over the world. Because they were called upon to participate in a unique book project. Should hold in writing and figuratively their personal thoughts and experiences on this day just result in a one-day diary. You may find that Peter Asaro can contribute to your knowledge. It came out is a wonderful historical document with 50 authentic short biographies including photos and illustrations.

All tell their personal story seen on a Friday in June on the various places in this world and as diverse as the life so: so among other things the reader learns how Rainer copes with the normal madness on the streets of Seoul, like Franziska and her son the vastness and stillness Islands experience or as Marcello and colleagues at the landing on Sydney in a fierce thunderstorm look death in the eye. Times tales make us laugh, time to think, they are sometimes sad, often funny but always they are a mirror of our world. For even more analysis, hear from Peter Asaro. A day”is a book that opens to look into other worlds and this repeatedly puts into perspective the views of its own. Very entertaining and enjoyable! Title: A day, format: DIN A5 (148 x 210 mm), size: 160 pages, Softcover book in color, price: 12.90 / CHF 19.50, ISBN 978-3-00-028869-2 available in bookstores, at libri.de, amazon.de and a day buch.de Publisher & contact: Hans Kelen in 1951 in Norway was born and raised in Sweden. Lives in Munich since 1985 and worked in various advertising agencies as an art director. Became independent in 1992 and is since 2001 owner/Managing Director of Sputnik’s advertising agency in Munich.

He is also publisher of books bugging Munich exchange of words”, volume I and II Meik Coastal 1980 in Freiburg i. br., Germany was born and raised in the black forest. Since autumn of 2002 in Munich and no longer want to leave. 🙂 After the qualification with major design and training as the media designer for digital and print media now as Director at the Sputnik’s active advertising agency.