A Close, Dazzling Look at Michelangelo’s Painting Leo Steinberg’s compelling essays pull you into the interpretative process, asking you to see the drama he unpacks. David Carrier March 14, 2020.
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What is Hinduism exactly? A straight answer is almost impossible because of its complexity. Most of the definitions are either too narrow or too generalized. Hinduism is the name Europeans gave to the religious, cultural, social, political and philosophical beliefs that contribute to the Hindu way o.
Leo Tolstoy suggests that art should have the ability to express moral concepts of the culture of the group involved. Art should help in passing cultural values held by the members of the group from one generation to the other thus promoting peaceful co-existence.
Leo Coleman He writes about technology, politics, and personhood in urban experience, law, food and culture, and the history of anthropology. He is the editor of Food: Ethnographic Encounters (Berg, 2011), and a number of academic articles and review essays in American Ethnologist, Anthropological Quarterly, Comparative Studies in Society and History, and elsewhere (see his CV for full details).
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This is a selection of fifteen critical essays by Leo Spitzer (1887-1960), six appearing in English for the first time. Drawn from different stages of Spitzer's long career, the essays trace the development of his thought and method and demonstrate the immense range of his interests - the various genres on which he wrote and the historical periods from the Middle Ages to t.
Leo Tolstoy. Leo Nikolaivich Tolstoy was born on August 28, 1828 to Princess Marie Volkonsky and Count Nicolas Tolstoy. Tolstoy was born at Yasnaya Polyana, the Volkonsky manor house on the road to Kieff in Russia. It was here that he was to spend the majority of his adult life. Leo was the fourth and last son of the family; they also had one.