in its various senses

  • 1 Senses of Cinema — is prominent quarterly online film journal founded in 1999. Though based out of Melbourne, Australia, Senses of Cinema published work by film critics from all over the world and covers many international festivals.Its contributors have included… …

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  • 2 senses — Introduction also called  sensory reception  or  sense perception    means by which animals (animal) detect and respond to stimuli in their internal and external environments. The senses of animals are most usefully described in terms of the kind …

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  • 3 Locke: knowledge and its limits — Ian Tipton I That John Locke’s Essay concerning Human Understanding is one of the philosophical classics is something nobody would deny, yet it is not easy to pinpoint precisely what is so special about it. Locke himself has been described as the …

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  • 4 Pushing the Senses — Infobox Album | Name = Pushing The Senses Type = Album Artist = Feeder Released = January 31, 2005 Recorded = 2004 Genre = Alternative rock Length = 40:13 Label = Echo Producer = Ken Nelson, Grant Nicholas, Gil Norton Reviews = * Q Rating|4|5… …

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  • 5 delirium of the senses —    The German term Sinnesdelirien (i.e. delirium of the senses) was introduced in or shortly before 1885 by the Russian psychiatrist Victor Kandin sky (1849 1889) to denote a type of illusion commonly designated as intermetamorphosis (i.e.… …

    Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • 6 In the Realm of the Senses — Infobox Film name = In the Realm of the Senses caption = Japanese theatrical poster director = Nagisa Oshima producer = Anatole Dauman writer = Nagisa Oshima starring = Eiko Matsuda, Tatsuya Fuji, Aoi Nakajima, Yasuko Matsui, Meika Seri music =… …

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  • 7 Shark senses and behaviors — “He perceives the slightest pressure wave from my smallest movement, analyzes every change in acidity or in the vaguest of odors, and he will never allow himself to be surprised by abrupt movement.” (Cousteau.)hark SensesSharks’ senses allow them …

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  • 8 Civilization and Its Discontents —   …

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  • 9 Encyclopædia Perthensis — The Encyclopaedia Perthensis or Universal Dictionary of KNOWLEDGE collected from every source and intended to supersede the use of all other English books of reference was published in Perth, Scotland by C. Mitchel and Co. It has twenty three 8vo …

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  • 10 fatal —    by Andrew Wernick   The notion of fatal strategies is most associated with Baudrillard s book of that title (FS). But the idea, interwoven with what he called the turn to the object , can be traced in his work from the mid 1970s onwards, a… …

    The Baudrillard dictionary

  • 11 Beating — can mean: *Beating, a Sailing term for making headway against the wind. *Beating up: hitting several or many times causing much bruising. **This is its usual meaning when it is a noun with a number or article, e.g. a beating . *Or see battery… …

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  • 12 bolt — {{11}}bolt (n.) O.E. bolt short, stout arrow with a heavy head; also crossbow for throwing bolts, from P.Gmc. *bultas (Cf. O.N. bolti, Dan. bolt, Du. bout, Ger. Bolzen), perhaps from PIE root *bheld to knock, strike (Cf. Lith. beldu I knock,… …

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  • 13 Goodness — Good ness, n. [AS. g[=o]dnes.] The quality of being good in any of its various senses; excellence; virtue; kindness; benevolence; as, the goodness of timber, of a soil, of food; goodness of character, of disposition, of conduct, etc. [1913… …

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  • 14 Heaviness — Heav i*ness, n. The state or quality of being heavy in its various senses; weight; sadness; sluggishness; oppression; thickness. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 15 Kindness — Kind ness, n. [From {Kind}. a.] 1. The state or quality of being kind, in any of its various senses; manifestation of kind feeling or disposition beneficence. [1913 Webster] I do fear thy nature; It is too full o the milk of human kindness To… …

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  • 16 codswallop — said to be from 19c. (but first attested 1963), perhaps from wallop, British slang for beer, and cod in one of its various senses, perhaps testicles …

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  • 17 spiv — petty crook who will turn his hand to anything so long as it does not involve honest work, 1934, British slang, probably dating back to late 19c. and connected with spiff (see SPIFFY (Cf. spiffy)) in one of its various senses. Being a flashy… …

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  • 18 eternity — n. 1. Eternal quality. See eternal, in its various senses. 2. The eternal world, supramundane being, the supersensible order. 3. Endless duration, infinite duration …

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  • 19 highly — ad. Extremely, exceedingly, very much, in a great degree, in a high degree. See high, in its various senses …

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  • 20 laxness — n. See lax, in its various senses …

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