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A new critical edition has been in preparation since 1990 by Djalal Khaleghi-Motlagh, using as its chief text the relatively recent discovery of the Florence manuscript in 1977, dated 1217, which makes it one of the earliest surviving ones, predating the Moghul invasion and the following destruction of important libraries and manuscript collections.
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However, a growing intellectual sophistication and the new certitudes imparted by courses in psychology and anthropology make the students increasingly critical of their somewhat provincial and overprotective parents.
Gluck feared that the Parisian critics would denounce the opera by a young composer known mostly for comic pieces and so the opera was originally billed in the press as being a new work by Gluck with some assistance from Antonio Salieri, then shortly before the premiere of the opera the Parisian press reported that the work was to be partly by Gluck and partly by Salieri, and finally after popular and critical success were won on stage the opera was acknowledged in a letter to the public by Gluck as being wholly by the young Antonio.
Hunt, who felt a regional rivalry would be critical for the success of the new league, convinced Adams to join and found his team in Houston.
Analytical chemistry plays an increasingly important role in the pharmaceutical industry where, aside from QA, it is used in discovery of new drug candidates and in clinical applications where understanding the interactions between the drug and the patient are critical.
The edition of 1849 may be regarded as historically the most important, from the mass of new critical material it used ; that of 1859 is distinguished from Tischendorf's other editions by coming nearer to the received text ; in the eighth edition, the testimony of the Sinaitic manuscript received great ( probably too great ) weight.
One of the distinguishing characteristics of critical theory, as Adorno and Horkheimer elaborated in their Dialectic of Enlightenment ( 1947 ), is a certain ambivalence concerning the ultimate source or foundation of social domination, an ambivalence which gave rise to the “ pessimism ” of the new critical theory over the possibility of human emancipation and freedom.
In the 1960s, Jürgen Habermas raised the epistemological discussion to a new level in his Knowledge and Human Interests, by identifying critical knowledge as based on principles that differentiated it either from the natural sciences or the humanities, through its orientation to self-reflection and emancipation.
Starting in the 1990s a new wave of books started to appear on critical psychology, the most influential being the edited book Critical Psychology by Dennis Fox and Isaac Prilleltensky.
* Exploring possibilities and constraints by focusing critical thinking skills to research and define problem spaces for existing products or services — or the creation of new categories ; ( see also Brainstorming )
The artistically ambitious and socially critical films of the New German Cinema strove to delineate themselves from what had gone before and the works of auteur film-makers such as Kluge and Fassbinder are examples of this, although Fassbinder in his use of stars from German cinema history also sought a reconciliation between the new cinema and the old.
The new movement saw German cinema return to international critical significance for the first time since the end of the Weimar Republic.
Calonne initially spent liberally, but he quickly realized the critical financial situation and proposed a new tax code.
In his theoretical and critical writings on the subject — as in his own plays — he tried to contribute to the development of a new bourgeois theatre in Germany.
Scott Atkins with critical introduction, historical contexts, and new footnotes from American Studies at the University of Virginia.
While a member of the Institute of Social Research, Marcuse developed a model for critical social theory, created a theory of the new stage of state and monopoly capitalism, described the relationships between philosophy, social theory, and cultural criticism, and provided an analysis and critique of German fascism.
ISDN is also used as a smart-network technology intended to add new services to the public switched telephone network ( PSTN ) by giving users direct access to end-to-end circuit-switched digital services and as a backup or failsafe circuit solution for critical use data circuits.
The ongoing Münsteraner Josephus-Ausgabe of Münster University will provide a new critical apparatus.
Heavily critical of the current socio-economic form of society, capitalism, he called it the " dictatorship of the bourgeoisie ", believing it to be run by the wealthy classes purely for their own benefit, and predicted that, like previous socioeconomic systems, it would inevitably produce internal tensions which would lead to its self-destruction and replacement by a new system, socialism.
Many of the attacks started as a new generation of critical magazines, including Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Edinburgh Review, and Quarterly Review, were established at the beginning of the 19th century.
Later 19th century historians such as William Forbes Skene brought new standards of accuracy to early Scottish history, while Celticists such as Whitley Stokes and Kuno Meyer cast a critical eye over Welsh and Irish sources.
But while Mies ' work had enormous influence and critical recognition, his approach failed to sustain a creative force as a style after his death and was eclipsed by the new wave of Post Modernism by the 1980s.
In the 1970s Led Zeppelin reached new heights of commercial and critical success that made them one of the most influential groups of the era, dwarfing their earlier achievements.
This opinion recurs in critical literature, and, according to Caroline Spurgeon, is supported by Shakespeare himself, who apparently intended to degrade his hero by vesting him with clothes unsuited to him and to make Macbeth look ridiculous by several nimisms he applies: His garments seem either too big or too small for him – as his ambition is too big and his character too small for his new and unrightful role as king.
Despite his support for SBS, the Fraser government imposed stringent budget cuts on the national broadcaster, the ABC, which came under repeated attack from the Coalition for its supposed left-wing bias and for allegedly " unfair " or critical coverage on TV programs including This Day Tonight and Four Corners, and on the ABC's new youth-oriented radio station Double Jay ( 2JJ ).
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The Industrial Division published, in 1960, a new, attractive industrial brochure, `` Rhode Island -- Right For Industry '', and prepared copy for a new edition of the Directory Of Manufacturers ( to be printed shortly ), and for a new space catalogue.
He and Widor collaborated on a new edition of Bach's organ works, with detailed analysis of each work in three languages ( English, French, German ).
The publishing rights to the Amber DRPG games were acquired in 2004 by Guardians of Order, who took over sales of the game and announced their intention to release a new edition of the game.
According to the author of his biography in the Eleventh edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica: " Ambrose is interesting as typical of the new humanism which was growing up within the church.
We know little more of the life of Andronicus, but he is of special interest in the history of philosophy, from the statement of Plutarch, that he published a new edition of the works of Aristotle and Theophrastus, which formerly belonged to the library of Apellicon, and were brought to Rome by Sulla with the rest of Apellicon's library in 84 BC.
It could be said that Aalto's international reputation was sealed with his inclusion in the second edition of Sigfried Giedion's influential book on Modernist architecture, Space, Time and Architecture: The growth of a new tradition ( 1949 ), in which Aalto received more attention than any other Modernist architect, including Le Corbusier.
In 1988, having produced some 5, 000 cars in 20 years, a revived economy and successful sales of limited edition Vantage, and 52 Volante Zagato coupes at £ 86, 000 each ; the company finally retired the ancient V8 and introduced the Virage range — the first new Aston launched in 20 years.
The new Breitkopf & Härtel and Bärenreiter make this alteration differently, but the result is a reading that is different from what was commonly accepted based on the 1864 Breitkopf edition.
The Preface to this edition, which contained Cranmer's explanation as to why a new prayer book was necessary, began: " There was never any thing by the wit of man so well devised, or so sure established, which in continuance of time hath not been corrupted.
: In the 2006 edition of The World Factbook, the entries for Baker Island, Howland Island, Jarvis Island, Kingman Reef, Johnston Atoll, Palmyra Atoll and the Midway Islands were merged into a new United States Pacific Island Wildlife Refuges entry.
Shadows of Yog-Sothoth is important not only because it represents the first published addition to the boxed first edition of Call of Cthulhu, but because its format defined a new way of approaching a campaign of linked RPG scenarios involving actual clues for the would-be detectives amongst the players to follow and link in order to uncover the dastardly plots afoot.
* The new musical TULLY ( In No Particular Order ), which appeared in the 2007 New York Musical Theatre Festival, loosely adapts the poems of Catullus while retaining the non-linear structure of the published edition, exploring his relationships with both Clodia and Juventius, renamed Julie, and the timeless nature of memory and love.
Lyell used each edition to incorporate additional material, rearrange existing material, and revisit old conclusions in light of new evidence.
In 2003 several new models were released, including an improved version of the HP 12c, the " HP 12c platinum edition " which added more memory, more built-in functions, and the addition of the algebraic mode of data entry.
Supplements such as Battlesystem ( 1985 & 1989 ) and a new edition of Chainmail ( 2001 ) provided rule systems to handle battles between armies by using miniatures.
The 1977 edition listed the new world record established at the Gingerbreadman Pub by Steven Petrosino, ( age 25 ) of New Cumberland, Pennsylvania on June 22, 1977.
In 1876, a new LDS Church edition renumbered most of the sections in a roughly chronological order instead of the earlier topical order, and included 26 revelations not included in previous editions, now numbered as Sections 2, 13, 77, 85, 87, 108 – 111, 113 – 118, 120 – 123, 125, 126, 129 – 132, and 136.
In the 9 < sup > th </ sup > edition of the viral taxonomy of the ICTV ( published in 2011 ) the Bombyx mori densovirus type 2 was placed in a new family-the Bidnaviridae on the basis of its genome structure and replication mechanism.
Ace printed the first paperback edition and caused such a furor that Tolkien rewrote the books enough to get a new copyright, then sold them to Ballantine.