Nature

@article{Rosenfeld2009Nature,
  title={Nature},
  author={Richard M. Rosenfeld},
  journal={Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery},
  year={2009},
  volume={141},
  pages={1 - 3}
}
  • R. Rosenfeld
  • Published 1 July 2009
  • Medicine
  • Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery

Gertrude Stein and the Metaphysical Avant-Garde

When American metaphysical religion appears onstage, it most often manifests in the subject matter and dramaturgies of experimental theater. In the artistic ferment of the 1960s and 1970s

Reading the Book of Nature after Nature

Early modernity tended to appeal to the trope of the book of nature as a way of securing knowledge—including knowledge about God—against the exigencies of history and culture, but as theorists such

2. From Experience to Language in Narrative Practices in Therapeutic Education in France

This book is a rich and mul� faceted collec� on of twenty-eight chapters that use varied lenses to examine the discourses that shape people’s lives. The contributors are themselves from many

Synthetic Biology: Old and New Dilemmas—The Case of Artificial Life

Some of the ethical questions emerging from the use of already existing biotechnological tools and the issues which might occur by synthetic biology’s potential future possibilities and an argument in favor of the future exploration of biological innovation, underlying the need for a more balanced access to its beneficial results are examined.

1. Truth and Narrative

This book is a rich and mul� faceted collec� on of twenty-eight chapters that use varied lenses to examine the discourses that shape people’s lives. The contributors are themselves from many

Aesthetic Experience and the Unfathomable: A Pragmatist Critique of Hermeneutic Aesthetics

In his attack on the notion of immediate experience (Erlebnis), Hans-Georg Gadamer argues that aesthetic experience should be absorbed into hermeneutics because alone it cannot account for the

Liminality Wanted. Liminal landscapes and literary spaces: The Way of St. James

Abstract The term limen was introduced to anthropological studies following Van Gennep’s theories (1960) about liminality. Among them, Victor and Edith Turner (1978) defined pilgrimage as a liminal

Narrative, Discourse, and Biography

This book is a rich and mul� faceted collec� on of twenty-eight chapters that use varied lenses to examine the discourses that shape people’s lives. The contributors are themselves from many

Landscape and Divinity Spoken in the Same Breath

From where can we draw inspiration to cultivate an intimate sensibility into the spiritual nature of landscape, the foundation for designing gardens for meditation and healing? Through various
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