4 edition of Image and ambiguity found in the catalog.
Image and ambiguity
by Program for Comparative Study on Japanese and Chinese Literatures, Tokyo University of Education in Tokyo
Written in English
|LC Classifications||PL717 .K63 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||85119504|
Book Description. This edited volume investigates the concept of ambiguity and how it manifests itself in language and communication from a new perspective. The main goal is to uncover a great mystery: why can we communicate effectively despite the fact that ambiguity is pervasive in the language that we use? Ambiguity is important to logic and to careful thinking more generally because if a sentence is ambiguous, it affects our ability to evaluate its truth-value. More specifically, if a sentence is ambiguous, then there are at least two distinct meanings that can be attributed to it, and these two meanings represent different statements.
Explore Ambiguity Quotes by authors including Bertrand Russell, Sigmund Freud, and Adam Smith at BrainyQuote. Synopsis This book offers a set of eleven discipline-specific chapters from across the arts, humanities, psychology, and medicine. Each contributor considers the creative potential of error and/or ambiguity, defining these terms in the particular context of that discipline and exploring their values and applications.
The Problem With Moral Ambiguity in Fiction. by Bryan Thomas Schmidt. In a recent guest essay on Suvudu, my friend, Editor-Author James L. Sutter suggests that moral ambiguity in fantasy makes for richer, better cites George R.R. Martin’s popular Song Of Ice and Fire as an example of such and sites J.R.R. Tolkein’s Lord Of The Rings as an example of overly simplistic, less. For de Beauvoir, the impulse to reject ambiguity is just as fundamental to the human condition as ambiguity itself. This desire to reject ambiguity is a will for being, meaning an attempt to define oneself in terms of a single, unchanging essence, whether the soul or the body.(The soul, or inwardness, implies that ethics is about one’s intentions, motives, and principles, while the body, or.
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Potential Images, the first systematic exploration of this topic, considers those works of art that rely to a great degree on imaginative response. Dario Gamboni concentrates on the last decades of the nineteenth and first decades of the twentieth centuries, during which ambiguity and indeterminacy became defining characteristics of by: The use of ambiguity in art and photography, as in literature, is both a conscious and an unconscious act; and ambiguity influences the way in which we respond to work, from Leonardo da Vinci’s portraits to the photographer William Eggleston’s engaging and idiosyncratic reflections on America’s Deep South.
STRUCTURE, IMAGE AND AMBIGUITY by JONATHAN MAGONET Leo Baeck College, London, England N3 2SY It is generally agreed that the passage seen as Jeremiah's final "Con fession" (Jer ) is made up of two sections: vv. a "lament," 1 analogous in form Image and ambiguity book language to those found in the Book of Psalms, and a "curse" (vv.
Ambiguous Images: Gender and Rock Art Volume 6 of G - Reference, Information and Interdisciplinary Subjects Series Gender and archaeology series: Author: Kelley Hays-Gilpin: Edition: illustrated: Publisher: Rowman Altamira, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects. Softcover, pages ill cm x 21 cm Teksten: Engels, Grieks.
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Being and Ambiguity is a brilliant work of philosophy, filled with insights, jokes, and topical examples. Professor Ziporyn draws on the works of such Western thinkers as Wittgenstein, Nietzsche, Freud, Sartre, and Hegel, but develops his main argument from Reviews: 3.
In John Berger’s “The Ambiguity of the Photograph”, he touches upon a diverse array Image and ambiguity book issues, ideas and conceptual problems that surround the photographic image. Some of these include: ambiguity, time, light, “the shock of discontinuity”, meaning, evidence, appearances, traces, audience, context, truth, lies, quotation and subjectivity.
image, while the image illustrates the title. • In this book about the life of mathematician Georg Cantor, the cover is a photograph of Cantor. • The image illustrates the words, because it The ambiguity of words, images, and their relationships.
• The viewer must sometimes help to resolve an ambiguity. –Background knowledge (for. Fun with Ambiguous Images Some of the most popular optical illusions are illustrations that offer multiple interpretations.
Two viewers can look at the same image and see totally different things. Unlike "hidden pictures," the two distinct images nestled in each of the illustrations below are equally obvious. Playing with illusory visual codes in order to introduce ambiguity into the reading of the image is something we see in a variety of genres.
Consider René Magritte’s confusing painting La Condition Humaine () where the canvas morphs onto the landscape, or Edward Weston’s Cabbage Leaf () where the picture oscillates between two or. Exercise Sheet Ambiguity Manfred Sailer Task 1: The following words have more than one meaning.
Provide definitions for two of the meanings of the words. For each meaning, give a clear example sentence. run b. bank c. must d. bright e. old Lexical ambiguity: We speak of lexical ambiguity if and only if _____.
Task 2: Find. Ambiguous images or reversible figures are visual forms which exploit graphical similarities and other properties of visual system interpretation between two or more distinct image forms.
These are famous for inducing the phenomenon of multistable table perception is the occurrence of an image being able to provide multiple, although stable, perceptions. The book draws from William Empson’s () Seven Types of Ambiguity – a work wholly concerned with ambiguity within English literature.
I have expanded the canvas to include photography, painting and sculpture and I discuss a range of questions that ambiguity throws up in the world of visual communication, such as the poetic image; the.
Ancient texts are ambiguous, and the Hebrew Bible is no exception. One might even frame the history of a religion as a history of a belief system's management of ambiguity.
Applying a linguistic model, Aaron systematically examines and veritably celebrates this inherent ambiguity in order to understand God-related idioms in the Hebrew Bible, more specifically, whether a particular idiom is. 16 quotes from Gilda Radner: 'I wanted a perfect ending.
Now I've learned, the hard way, that some poems don't rhyme, and some stories don't have a clear beginning, middle, and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing what's going to happen next. Delicious Ambiguity.', 'I wanted a perfect g: Image.
“There's a certain amount of ambiguity in my background, what with intermarriages and conversions, but under various readings of three codes which I don’t much respect (Mosaic Law, the Nuremberg Laws, and the Israeli Law of Return) I do qualify as a member of the tribe, and any denial of that in my family has ceased with g: Image.
So far, ambiguity in pictures was mostly studied by means of multi-stable images like Escher figures. Ambiguity has been investigated more frequently in other domains, such as in language processing, social relations and decision making. Therefore, in order to clarify the concept of ambiguity employed in the present studies, different types of.
The Ethics of Ambiguity is the book that launched Simone de Beauvoir's feminist and existential philosophy. It remains a concise yet thorough examination of existence and what it means to be human. Seller Inventory # BZV Gamboni D () Potential images.
Ambiguity and indeterminancy in modern art. London: Reaction Books Ltd. Krieger V, Mader R () Ambiguität in der Kunst. Typen und Funktionen eines ästhetischen Paradigmas. Ambiguity in the arts. Types and functions of an aesthetic paradigm]. Köln, Weimar, Wien: Böhlau Verlag.
Book Description. The most frequently used words in English are highly ambiguous; for example, Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary lists 94 meanings for the word "run" as a verb alone.
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What idea, concept, thought or image do you think of when you hear this sentence? For EVERY PERSON, the word gold evokes a DIFFERENT PICTURE, IDEA, CONCEPT, etc.; yet that does not prevent us all from using the word with the same meaning.
This means that the word gold applies to something general, or possibly even universal.We believe that navigating ambiguity is an essential ability in creative work. Our students face a world that is complex and in flux. Equipping students to navigate ambiguity is the most essential thing we do.