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According to Jordania, this trance-inducing ability of dance comes from human evolutionary past and includes as well a phenomenon of military drill which is also based on shared rhythmic and monotonous group activity.
According to Joseph Jordania, the initial function of ritualistic behaviors in human evolutionary prehistory was to achieve the altered state of consciousness in hominid brain, in order to transform individual hominids into a group of dedicated individuals with a single collective identity.
According to Jordania, talking to yourself is only one of the ways to fill in prolonged gaps of silence in humans.
According to Jordania, many living organisms ( from individual animals to groups of social animals, including contemporary World states ) try to avoid direct physical confrontation which might lead to injuries, devastation and demise of both conflicting parties.
According to Joseph Jordania rhythmically organized loud group singing / shouting in dissonant harmonies, together with threatening body movements, drumming on external objects, body painting and object throwing were developed by the forces of natural selection in the early stages of hominid evolution, in order to defend hominids against the big African predators ( big cats, sabretooth tigers ) after they descended from the relatively safe tree branches to the predator-infested ground.

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According to intuitionists ( anti-realists with respect to mathematical objects ), the truth of a mathematical statement consists in our ability to prove it.
According to one historical account, aboriginal tribes of Australia were " most certainly cannibals ", and would willingly eat anyone who was killed in a fight ; they would also eat men famed for their fighting ability who had died natural deaths "... out of pity and consideration for the body ".
According to this view, Hume's empiricism consisted in the idea that it is our knowledge, and not our ability to conceive, that is restricted to what can be experienced.
According to the LDS church, Christ's unwavering ability to obey truth, perceive light, and act in perfect love and faith, distinguishes his pre-mortal existence from the pre-mortal existence of the other spirit beings who were in the presence of the " Eternal Father ".
According to political philosopher Nikolas Kompridis, the pursuit of freedom in the modern era can be broadly divided into two motivating ideals: freedom as autonomy, or independence ; and freedom as the ability to cooperatively initiate a new beginning.
According to Alex Dupuy, Chair of African American Studies and John E. Andrus Professor of Sociology at Wesleyan University the ability of Haiti to adequately manage the mining operations or to obtain and use funds obtained from the operations for the benefit of its people is untested and seriously questioned.
" According to the sensitive or critical period models, the age at which a child acquires the ability to use language is a predictor of how well he or she is ultimately able to use language.
According to Aquinas, to lack any of these virtues is to lack the ability to make a moral choice.
According to a 1996 statement from the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, although heredity influences behavior in individuals, it does not affect the ability of a population to function in any social setting, all peoples " possess equal biological ability to assimilate any human culture " and " racist political doctrines find no foundation in scientific knowledge concerning modern or past human populations.
According to the NFL's highlight film for the game, the 49ers had discovered Wersching's ability to effectively use the squib during their 1981 season opener when a leg injury kept him from fully powering into the football.
According to former CIA Near East Division Chief James Chritchfield, after al-Bakr and Saddam seized power in 1968, " America slowly developed, not a hostility, but enormous reservations about the ability of the Ba ' ath to constructively bring Iraq along.
According to author Brian Carroll, Lyons had been underestimated when he assumed office in 1932 and as leader he demonstrated: " a combination of honesty, native shrewdness, tact, administrative ability, common sense, good luck and good humour that kept him in the job longer than any previous Prime Minister except Hughes ".
According to art critic Robert Hughes, van Gogh's late works show an artist at the height of his ability, completely in control and " longing for concision and grace ".
According to him, both are related to the primary perceptive ability of animals, which gathers the perceptions of different senses and defines the order of the things that are perceived without distinguishing universals, and without deliberation or logos.
According to this view the psychological ‘ I ’ is a narrative fiction, something created only from intake of symbolic data and its own ability to create stories about itself from that data.
According to the Washington Post, " DHS has given $ 31 billion in grants since 2003 to state and local governments for homeland security and to improve their ability to find and protect against terrorists, including $ 3. 8 billion in 2010.
According to show creator Matt Groening, Phil Hartman was cast in the role due to his ability to pull " the maximum amount of humor " out of any line he was given.
According to the New York Times, the coloured champ " won by a wide margin " because Johnson " failed to show anything remotely resembling championship ability.
According to the punk aesthetic, one can express oneself and produce moving and serious works with limited means and technical ability.
According to other sources, however, the daughters were devotees of Dionysus, and the god rewarded them with the extraordinary ability to produce oil, corn, and wine from the ground or merely by touch.
According to George Coedès, the weakening of Angkor's royal government by ongoing war and the erosion of the cult of the devaraja undermined the government's ability to engage in important public works, such as the construction and maintenance of the waterways essential for irrigation of the rice fields upon which Angkor's large population depended for its sustenance.
According to Wyandot mythology, Iosheka created the first man and woman and taught them many skills, including all their religious ceremonies and rituals, the ability to fight evil spirits, healing, and the use of the sacrament of tobacco.
According to Patrick J. Montana and Bruce H. Charnov, the ability to attain these unique powers is what enables leadership to influence subordinates and peers by controlling organizational resources.

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According to Katherine Litz, `` the becoming, the process of realization, is the dance ''.
According to Schulberg, “ She gave me the usual song and dance.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary ( 1933 ) the term " carol " was first used in England for this type of circle dance accompanied by singing in manuscripts dating to as early as 1300.
According to Geoffrey, the rocks of Stonehenge were healing rocks, called the Giant's dance, which Giants had brought from Africa to Ireland for their healing properties.
According to an interview at the Tulane's Hogan Jazz Archive with Oliver's widow Stella Oliver, in 1919 a fight broke out at a dance where Oliver was playing, and the police arrested him, his band, and the fighters.
According to Hayworth's biographers this erotic dance routine was " the most demanding of her entire career ", necessitating " endless takes and retakes ".
According to Franzen, it depicted Webster Groves High School, which he attended only a few years after the documentary's broadcast, as being " ruled by a tiny elite of ' soshies ' who made life gray and marginal for the great majority of students who weren ’ t ' football captains ,' ' cheerleaders ' or ' dance queens '"; the school was depicted as having a " student body obsessed with grades, cars and money.
According to Walter Zev Feldman, the klezmer dance repertoire seems to have been relatively uniform across the areas of Jewish settlement in the Russian Empire.
According to the prophet Jack Wilson ( Wovoka )' s teachings, proper practice of the dance would reunite the living with the spirits of the dead and bring peace, prosperity, and unity to native peoples throughout the region.
According to, this included " the colloquial prose of religious biographies, the archaic prose of magical charms, the conventional prose of utilitarian literature on medicine, astrology, arithmetic, dance and music, and above all the standardized prose of the Buranjis.
" According to Lady Bird, her aunt Effie " opened my spirit to beauty, but she neglected to give me any insight into the practical matters a girl should know about, such as how to dress or choose one's friends or learning to dance.
According to film historian Robert Osborne, in a six-minute scene in the movie, Powell and Astaire match witty banter, sing and dance in a performance that showcased the actress's energy and talent.
According to Alejo Carpentier ( quoting Buenaventura Pascual Ferrer ) at the beginning of the XIX Century there were held in Havana up to fifty dance parties every day, where the famous “ guaracha ” was sung and danced, among other popular pieces.
According to the particular teacher, it may incorporate elements of other dance styles including Salsa and Tango.
According an article in the Runway Network / RED " while Peacock has consistently pushed the boundaries of pop and gospel music by adding elements of alternative rock, dance music and jazz, he has never before delved into jazz as unabashedly and wholeheartedly as he does on Love Press Ex-Curio ".
According to an early settler in Texas, " The gentle sex were few in number at the dance ... Two men had to dance together to make a set.
According to Marshall and Jean Stearns in Jazz Dance, a pelvic dance motion called the twist came to America from the Congo during slavery.
According to Iona and Peter Opie, the earliest record of the rhyme only dates to c. 1744, although there is a square dance ( without words ) called ' Oranges and Limons ' in the 3rd edition of John Playford's The English Dancing Master, published in 1665.
According to the polemic anti-Catholic pamphlet, The Two Babylons, the origin of the maypole dance began in ancient Babylon during sex worship and fertility rites.
According to the Spring and Autumn Annals of Han and Jin ( 漢晉春秋 ) by Xi Zuochi ( 习鑿齒 ), Sima Zhao, the Duke of Jin and de facto ruler of Wei, one day invited Liu Shan and his followers to a feast, during which Sima Zhao arranged to have entertainers perform traditional Shu music and dance.
According to tradition, when he came in 1616 to at Bangdekha below Wakeyla, a place between Gasa and Laya, the people of Goen in Gasa offered the elaborate dance.
According to Schickel: What Strasberg ... took away from the Actor's Lab was a belief that just as an actor could be prepared physically for his work with dance, movement and fencing classes, he could be mentally prepared by resort to analogous mental exercises.

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