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By Joseph Campbell,David Kudler
In this fourth quantity of The mask of God — Joseph Campbell's significant paintings of comparative mythology — the pre-eminent mythologist appears to be like on the start of the trendy, individualistic mythology because it constructed in Europe starting within the 12th century A.D. up throughout the modernist paintings of the 20th century.
The mask of God is a four-volume research of worldwide faith and fantasy that stands as considered one of Joseph Campbell's masterworks. On finishing it, he wrote:
This new electronic variation, a part of the amassed Works of Joseph Campbell sequence, contains over 40 new illustrations.
(Comparative Mythology: Christianity, heart a long time, Renaissance, Arthurian Romance, Modernism)
By Lisa Diedrich
The event of disease (both psychological and actual) figures prominently within the severe idea and activism of the Sixties and Nineteen Seventies, even though it's mostly overshadowed through practices of sexuality. Lisa Diedrich explores how and why sickness used to be certainly so major to the social, political, and institutional transformation starting within the Nineteen Sixties throughout the emergence of AIDS within the usa. A wealthy intervention—both theoretical and methodological, political and therapeutic—Indirect Action illuminates the intersection of sickness, concept, and politics.
Not in basic terms a revision of the heritage of this period of time, Indirect Action expands the historiographical obstacles in which disorder and well-being activism within the usa were considered. Diedrich explores the multiplicity illness–thought–politics via an array of matters: queering the starting place tale of AIDS activism by way of recalling its feminist heritage; exploring health and wellbeing activism and the clinical adventure; interpreting psychiatry and self-help events; pondering ecologically approximately counterpractices of generalism in technological know-how and medication; and contemplating the adventure and occasion of epilepsy and the witnessing of schizophrenia.
Indirect Action locations disorder within the prime position within the construction of notion through the emergence of AIDS, finally displaying the severe interconnectedness of disease and political and important thought.
By David Gross
By Alan Dundes,Béla Bartók,Séamus Ó Duilearga,James George Frazer,Sigmund Freud,Kenneth S. Goldstein,Antonio Gramsci,Jacob Grimm,Reinhold Köhler,Kaarle Krohn,Wilhelm Mannhardt,Max Müller,Axel Olrik,Giuseppe Pitrè,Vladimir Propp,Géza Róheim,Boris,YuriSokolov,
By Elias Lönnrot,M. Ganassini,Marcello Ganassini