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Polyfrictional Dynamics By Adam Hiles
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At the summation of this text I hope to have: Provided a brief explanation of the origins of ‘mat’ principles; Sited the ‘new town’ of Milton Keynes within these principles... More > and discussed the post-war utopian ideology of the new towns movement; Used the principles outlined by Aureli (2008) as a basis from which to construct a rigorous understanding of the roots and effects of urbanisation, its weakening of Milton Keynes as a mat system, and the notion of urbanisation as the antithesis of utopianism; Identified the need to liberate urbanism by rejecting urbanisation; Hypothesised a shift in emphasis towards freedom of movement and described the potential roots of movement and interconnectivity in a freer economy; Identified the connotations of ‘polyfrictional dynamics’ and discussed the relationship between movement and the characteristics of surface, and finally; Considered the multilayered mat’s adaptability in relation to time.< Less
Polyfrictional Dynamics By Adam Hiles
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At the summation of this text I hope to have: Provided a brief explanation of the origins of ‘mat’ principles; Sited the ‘new town’ of Milton Keynes within these principles... More > and discussed the post-war utopian ideology of the new towns movement; Used the principles outlined by Aureli (2008) as a basis from which to construct a rigorous understanding of the roots and effects of urbanisation, its weakening of Milton Keynes as a mat system, and the notion of urbanisation as the antithesis of utopianism; Identified the need to liberate urbanism by rejecting urbanisation; Hypothesised a shift in emphasis towards freedom of movement and described the potential roots of movement and interconnectivity in a freer economy; Identified the connotations of ‘polyfrictional dynamics’ and discussed the relationship between movement and the characteristics of surface, and finally; Considered the multilayered mat’s adaptability in relation to time.< Less
Sinfonia 9: The Second Movement By Alvin Conway
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If the Age of Reason was the masculine Yang, then it can be said Romanticism, invariably, was its creative feminine counterpoint, the Yin. Plato’s argumentative philosophical essays in The... More > Republic on the dynamism and contrast between sense (the head) and sensibility (the heart) was Kant’s discourse on phenomenon and its antipode, noumenon. Mathematics is abstract form but it is not beauty. A rose is beauty but it is not abstract form. The language of mathematics in scientific realism became a central component of the Age of Reason. In contrast, the language of the rose expressing abstract sentiment became a central component of Romanticism. Blake’s tyger is seen as raging and burning bright while Poe’s dreams come quietly in the dark of night. Both poets used Romantic language and allegories to convey different aspects of reason, sentiment, and intuition. The poet could not live his experience with his audience symbiotically but they could share in his experience empathically through his gift of words.< Less
Art & Science of Coaching: Inner Dynamics By Marilyn Atkinson, Rae T. Chois
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Outside of religious and political movements there is one major human development movement in the world today – coaching. The three books in the Art & Science of Coaching series go to the... More > heart of this phenomenon. They show you why coaching is taking hold and provide processes for you to learn the power and methodologies of coaching conversations. Book 1, Inner Dynamics, is about the power of perspective. By using the finely-tuned processes, you learn to connect with your beyond-conscious mind as a deep friend. You can help yourself and your clients clearly distinguish the nature of deeper knowing.< Less
Art & Science of Coaching: Inner Dynamics By Marilyn Atkinson, Rae T. Chois
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Outside of religious and political movements there is one major human development movement in the world today – coaching. The three books in the Art & Science of Coaching series go to the... More > heart of this phenomenon. They show you why coaching is taking hold and provide processes for you to learn the power and methodologies of coaching conversations. Book 1, Inner Dynamics, is about the power of perspective. By using the finely-tuned processes, you learn to connect with your beyond-conscious mind as a deep friend. You can help yourself and your clients clearly distinguish the nature of deeper knowing.< Less
Hope for the Future, Foundations of the Cooperative Republic Movement By Grady Ross Daugherty
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Hope for the Future is the founding textbook of modern cooperative, state co-ownership socialism, a form that breaks cleanly from the poisonous principle of state monopoly. This modern form would... More > utilize direct, democratic private property and a conditioned trading market for dynamic, workable socialism. Time however is of the essence, for the subversion and delay of real socialism has brought civilization to the brink of self-destruction. What is needed is a cooperative republic in the United States, and a network of such republics around the world. This is an idea whose time has urgently come. . .< Less
Unencumbered Human Movement in Interactive Immersive Environments By Garth Paine
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This book outlines six interactive installation works that form a body of research concerned with the development of interactive, responsive installation works that use the gestures of the... More > unencumbered human body as their central activation and control mechanism. They are therefore an exploration of interactivity, interface technologies and approaches to mapping the sensed data derived from movement in the installation space, onto sound and vision generation schemes. I have conditioned this exploration with a desire to produce art installations; three-dimensional environments that occupy an entire gallery space. The installations were intended to be immersive, and to engage the ‘inhabitant’ in a direct, visceral and dynamic way. It was intended that the visitor to the installation would require no prior knowledge of the system and, additionally, would require no knowledge of musical practice or the visual arts.< Less
Unencumbered Human Movement in Interactive Immersive Environments By Garth Paine
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This book outlines six interactive installation works that form a body of research concerned with the development of interactive, responsive installation works that use the gestures of the... More > unencumbered human body as their central activation and control mechanism. They are therefore an exploration of interactivity, interface technologies and approaches to mapping the sensed data derived from movement in the installation space, onto sound and vision generation schemes. I have conditioned this exploration with a desire to produce art installations; three-dimensional environments that occupy an entire gallery space. The installations were intended to be immersive, and to engage the ‘inhabitant’ in a direct, visceral and dynamic way. It was intended that the visitor to the installation would require no prior knowledge of the system and, additionally, would require no knowledge of musical practice or the visual arts.< Less
Dynamics of the Distribution Mechanisms By Ion Petrescu, Victoria Petrescu
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The first chapter presents a brief history of the emergence and development of the internal combustion engines, because they have developed the distribution mechanisms. The second chapter presents... More > some dynamic models used to study the mechanisms of distribution. Chapter 3 presents the actual dynamics of distribution mechanisms, exemplified by the traditional mechanism with rotary cam and follower (flat, with translant movement). Chapter 4 makes the dynamic analysis for traditional distribution system. Chapter 5, dealing with dynamic study of the mechanism with rotary cam and translant follower with roller. Chapter 6, dealing with F dynamic module, who is still as well with a roller follower, but which has a rotating movement. Chapter 7 (the last) presents more focused, module H, which representing the rotary cam with flat rotating follower. The book is written in Romanian.< Less
Dynamics of the Distribution Mechanisms By Ion Petrescu, Victoria Petrescu
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The first chapter presents a brief history of the emergence and development of the internal combustion engines, because they have developed the distribution mechanisms. The second chapter presents... More > some dynamic models used to study the mechanisms of distribution. Chapter 3 presents the actual dynamics of distribution mechanisms, exemplified by the traditional mechanism with rotary cam and follower (flat, with translant movement). Chapter 4 makes the dynamic analysis for traditional distribution system. Chapter 5, dealing with dynamic study of the mechanism with rotary cam and translant follower with roller. Chapter 6, dealing with F dynamic module, who is still as well with a roller follower, but which has a rotating movement. Chapter 7 (the last) presents more focused, module H, which representing the rotary cam with flat rotating follower. The book is written in Romanian.< Less