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According to Giorgio Agamben, this kind of violence, which necessarily bears a juridical value, is another example of the fusion of right to " bare life " ( It.
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According to Giorgio de Santillana, professor of the history of science at MIT, and student of mythology, the sampo and the world pillar both refer to the precession of the equinox.
According to Leonardo's contemporary, Giorgio Vasari, "... after he had lingered over it four years, left it unfinished ...." Leonardo, later in his life, is said to have regretted " never having completed a single work ".
According to Giorgio Vasari, shortly after the installation of his Pietà Michelangelo overheard ( or asked visitors about the sculptor ) someone remark that it was the work of another sculptor, Cristoforo Solari, whereupon Michelangelo signed the sculpture.
According to Finn Fordham, Joyce related to his daughter-in-law Helen Fleischmann that " Mamalujo " also represented Joyce's own family, namely his wife Nora ( mama ), daughter Lucia ( lu ), and son Giorgio ( jo ).
According to late Renaissance art biographer Giorgio Vasari, Simone was instead a pupil of Giotto di Bondone, with whom he went to Rome to paint at the Old St. Peter's Basilica, Giotto also executing a mosaic there.
According to his biographer Giorgio Vasari, he was in charge of construction of the cathedral of the city, for which he provided the statues once decorating the lower part of the façade destroyed in 1589.
According to Giorgio Vasari, he was considered Giotto's most talented pupil: in 1347 he is placed at the top in a list of Florence's most renowned painters.
According to the art historian Giorgio Vasari, Botticelli was a partisan of Savonarola: " he was so ardent a partisan that he was thereby induced to desert his painting, and, having no income to live on, fell into very great distress.
According to pseudo-Archytas's treatise " On justice and law ", quoted by Giorgio Agamben in State of Exception ( 2005 ), Basileus is more adequately translated into " Sovereign " than into " king ".
According to Giorgio Vasari, his best pupils were Giovanni dal Lione, Raffaellino dal Colle, Benedetto Pagni, Figurino da Faenza, Giovanni Battista Bertani and his brother Rinaldo, and Fermo Guisoni.
According to Giorgio Vasari, Ginevra de ' Benci was also included in the fresco by Domenico Ghirlandaio of the Visitation of Mary and Elizabeth in the church of Santa Maria Novella in Florence, but it is now believed that Vasari made a mistake and that Ghirlandaio painted Giovanna Tornabuoni.
According to Giorgio Vasari, in the early part of his career he was a pupil and assistant of Fra Angelico: some of the works in the convent of San Marco of Florence were executed by Gozzoli from Angelico's design.
According to Giorgio Agamben, Uexküll was a baron before his family lost most of their fortune in World War I, although Uexküll managed to retain a villa on Capri where the critic, historian and philosopher Walter Benjamin stayed for some time.
According to the Jesuit, Jakub Wujek, he was strangled by a nephew ( Giorgio, son of Alphonso ) at Gyulafehérvár, in May 1588.
According to Reti, the first machine that could be characterized as a centrifugal pump was a mud lifting machine which appeared as early as 1475 in a treatise by the Italian Renaissance engineer Francesco di Giorgio Martini.
According to Slant Magazine, the Hex Hector remix of the song uses full-throated vocals by Simpson, and includes disco-influenced string arrangement, which is comparable to the musical style of Giorgio Moroder.
According to the Italian Renaissance biographer Giorgio Vasari, Agostino was born into a Sienese family of sculptors and architects, and studied in the workshop of Giovanni Pisano.
According and Agamben
According to Agamben, Schmitt's conceptualization of the " state of exception " as belonging to the core-concept of sovereignty was a response to Walter Benjamin's concept of a " pure " or " revolutionary " violence, which did not enter into any relationship whatsoever with right.
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According to bundle theory, an object consists of its properties and nothing more: thus neither can there be an object without properties nor can one even conceive of such an object ; for example, bundle theory claims that thinking of an apple compels one also to think of its color, its shape, the fact that it is a kind of fruit, its cells, its taste, or at least one other of its properties.
According to Moyra Grant, in political philosophy " collectivism " refers to any philosophy or system that puts any kind of group ( such as a class, nation, race, society, state, etc.
According to Moore, as long as that kind of leadership selection process remains in place, and concentrates power in the hands of the leader, as opposed to backbenchers, then coalition governments will be very difficult to form.
According to " Twenty rules for writing detective stories ," by Van Dine in 1928: " The detective story is a kind of intellectual game.
According to an extreme empiricist theory known as Phenomenalism, anticipated by the arguments of both Hume and George Berkeley, a physical object is a kind of construction out of our experiences.
According to the Film Arts Foundation in San Francisco, " The Chris Awards ( is ) one of the most prestigious documentary, educational, business and informational competitions in the U. S ; ( it is ) the oldest of its kind in North America and celebrating its 54th year.
According to the road manager of Quacky Duck, Parsons was, despite being frequently drunk, a kind soul who provided business and musical guidance to the younger band.
According to Frances FitzGerald in an April 1987 New Yorker article, " They epitomized the excesses of the 1980s ; the greed, the love of glitz, and the shamelessness ; which in their case was so pure as to almost amount to a kind of innocence ".
According to Bernard Williams, Moore's use of the phrase ' naturalistic fallacy ' to describe this particular kind of meta-ethical thinking was a ' spectacular misnomer '; Williams contending that it is not properly either naturalistic or a fallacy.
According to C. Stace, " slaves in Plautus account for almost twice as much monologue as any other character ... this is a significant statistic ; most of the monologues being, as they are, for purposes of humor, moralizing, or exposition of some kind, we can now begin to see the true nature of the slave's importance.
According to some sources, the older man was expected to function as a kind of substitute father and role model to his junior partner ; however, others believe it was reasonably certain that they had sexual relations ( the exact nature of Spartan pederasty is not entirely clear ).
According to the theory, suspension of disbelief is an essential ingredient for any kind of storytelling.
According to Hollywood legend, Gable was lent to Columbia Pictures, then considered a minor studio, as some kind of " punishment " for refusing a role at his own studio.
According to the publication, local citizen participation is helpful and should be included in starting any kind of a tourism program.
According to a strictly immunological explanation of MS, the inflammatory process is caused by T cells, a kind of lymphocyte.
According to Tacitus, as Lucan bled to death, "( he ) recalled some poetry he had composed in which he had told the story of a wounded soldier dying a similar kind of death, and he recited the very lines.
According to Aristotle, " The change to bad fortune which he undergoes is not due to any moral defect or flaw, but a mistake of some kind.
According to Dr. John Lane, director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, in 1997, although Van Vliet's work has associations with mainstream abstract expressionist painting, more importantly he was a self-taught artist and his painting " has that same kind of edge the music has.
According to one of the founders, the initiative was triggered by witnessing tombstones that were wrecked with " the kind of maliciousness that defies the imagination.
" According to Mindy MacLeod and Bernard Mees, the inscription " seems to begin as a benevolent formulation before abruptly switching to the infliction of distress and misery, presumably upon the recipient of the charm rather than the baleful valkyrie ", and they posit the final line appears " to constitute a rather spiteful kind of charm aimed at securing the love of a woman ".
According to Ferenczi, "… One learned from and from his kind of technique various things that made one ’ s life and work more comfortable: the calm, unemotional reserve ; the unruffled assurance that one knows better ; and the theories, the seeking and finding of the causes of failure in the patient instead of partly in ourselves … and finally the pessimistic view, shared only with a few, that neurotics are a rabble, good only to support us financially and to allow us to learn from their cases: psychoanalysis as a therapy may be worthless " ( Ferenczi, 1995, pp. 185 – 186 ).
According to an anonymous biographer of Aeschylus, the Athenians chose Simonides ahead of Aeschylus to be the author of an epigram honouring their war-dead at Marathon, which led the tragedian ( who had fought at the battle and whose brother had died there ) to withdraw sulking to the court of Hieron of Syracuse — the story is probably based on the inventions of comic dramatists but it is likely that Simonides did in fact write some kind of commemorative verses for the Athenian victory at Marathon.
" According to an anecdote recorded on a papyrus, dating to around 250 BC, Hieron once asked the poet if everything grows old: " Yes ," Simonides answered, " all except money-making ; and kind deeds age most quickly of all.
According to him, Levin was not actually a scientist ( mathematician, biologist or the like ) but a kind of ordinary system administrator who managed to get hands on the ready data about how to penetrate in Citibank machines and then exploit them.