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In his book " The Meaning of Trees: botany, history, healing, lore " Fred Hageneder writes on page 149, " According to Breton legend, the legendary wise man Merlin climbed the Pine of Barenton ( from bel nemeton, " Sacred Grove of Bel "), just as shamans climb the World Tree.
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book and Meaning
In his book, When Words Lose Their Meaning, he argues that words of persuasion and identification define community and civic life.
A revised and expanded edition of the original book, with about twice as many definitions, was published in 1990 as The Deeper Meaning of Liff ( UK Edition: ISBN 0-330-31606-0, US Edition: ISBN 0-517-58597-9 ), though the original remains in print.
The main differences between the two editions ( for either version of the book ) are those of American English vs. British English spellings, though The Deeper Meaning of Liff contains different definitions for both the word " Glossop " and the titular word " Liff ".
Tooting Bec appears in the book The Meaning of Liff, defined as the situation in which a driver sounds his or her horn at a car in front, only to discover that the car in front is parked.
In 2009, his mother Judy Shepard authored a book The Meaning of Matthew: My Son's Murder in Laramie, and a World Transformed.
In his 1979 book Subculture the Meaning of Style, Dick Hebdige argued that a subculture is a subversion to normalcy.
Viktor Frankl, neurologist, psychiatrist, author, and founder of logotherapy and one of the key figures in existential therapy, in his book Man's Search for Meaning recommended " that the Statue of Liberty on the East Coast ( that has become a symbol of Liberty and Freedom ) should be supplemented by a Statue of Responsibility on the West Coast.
His best-selling book, Man's Search for Meaning ( published under a different title in 1959: From Death-Camp to Existentialism, and originally published in 1946 as Trotzdem Ja Zum Leben Sagen: Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager ), chronicles his experiences as a concentration camp inmate which led him to discover the importance of finding meaning in all forms of existence, even the most sordid ones, and thus a reason to continue living.
During 1945 he wrote his world-famous book titled Trotzdem Ja Zum Leben Sagen: Ein Psychologe Erlebt das Konzentrationslager ( translated: "... Saying Yes to Life in Spite of Everything: A Psychologist Experiences the Concentration Camp ", known in English by the title Man's Search for Meaning ( 1959 ).
Lerner's call for a spiritual transformation of American society was first articulated in Tikkun and then in his book The Politics of Meaning.
Cranleigh appears in the book The Meaning of Liff by Douglas Adams and John Lloyd, in which experiences which do not have words yet are given words which currently only exist as names of places.
A. Richards in their 1923 book on language, The Meaning of Meaning, and by W. H. F. Barnes and A. Duncan-Jones in independent works on ethics in 1934.
His non-fiction book, The Lifebox, the Seashell, and the Soul: What Gnarly Computation Taught Me About Ultimate Reality, the Meaning Of Life, and How To Be Happy summarizes the various philosophies he's believed over the years and ends with the tentative conclusion that we might profitably view the world as made of computations, with the final remark, " perhaps this universe is perfect.
The lectures were complied into a book Acts of Meaning and in these lectures, Bruner refuted the computer model for studying the mind, advocating a more holistic understanding of the mind and its cognitions.
Man's Search for Meaning is a 1946 book by Viktor Frankl chronicling his experiences as a concentration camp inmate and describing his psychotherapeutic method of finding a reason to live.
The book's common full English title is Man's Search for Meaning: An Introduction to Logotherapy, although this subtitle is often not referred to on modern book covers.
Change the World Without Taking Power: The Meaning of Revolution Today is a book by John Holloway that looks at the concept of revolution.
A. Richards in their book The Meaning of Meaning ( p. 46 ), and has been since referred to in a number of cultural contexts.
book and Trees
The final song on U2's 1980 debut album takes its title, " Shadows and Tall Trees ", from Chapter 7 in the book.
* David McElyea, a longtime resident of the county penned a book titled When Money Grew on Trees: The True Tale of a Marijuana Moonshiner and the Outlaw Sheriff of Madison County, Arkansas.
According to the book " Weird Pennsylvania ," Lansdale was also once home to one of the world's three " H Trees ," which are believed to mark portals to Hell.
The U. S. Supreme Court considered the First Amendment implications of the removal of the book, among others, from public school libraries in the case of Island Trees School District v. Pico,
* Lary M. Dilsaver and William C. Tweed, Challenge of the Big Trees natural and human history of the park: full text of book online
His North American Sylva: Trees not described by F. A. Michaux, which was the first book to include all the trees of North America, was finished just before he left the US in December, 1841.
Some of the better-known poems in the book are " To an Athlete Dying Young ", " Loveliest of Trees, the Cherry Now " and " When I Was One-and-Twenty ".
Preston's personal hobby of recreational tree climbing is introduced in his book ( 2007 ) The Wild Trees.
In 2008, Vassilikos was among to 41 other personalities of Greece that condemned the action of the withdrawal of Ersi Sotiropoulou's book Zigzag Through the Bitter-Orange Trees from the Greek school libraries, after the appeal of insurance measures by Konstantinos Plevris against to the Ministry of National Education of Greece for this issue.
His initial fame was as a poet while a student at the University of Santo Tomás when he published a book Bajos los cocoteros ( Under the Coconut Trees, 1911 ), a collection of his poems in Spanish.
The short work De Arboribus, " On Trees ", was in early editions of Columella placed as book 3 of De Re Rustica.
A book series known as " Dangerous Mammals, Reptiles, Amphibians, Birds, Fish, Jellyfish, Insects, Spiders, Crustaceans, Grasses, Trees, Mosses and Lichens of Terror Incognita " extends at least into " Volume 29c Part Three ", while a list of the harmless ones contains only " Some of the sheep.
Jean-Pierre Serre suggested in his book Trees that Ihara's original definition can be reinterpreted graph-theoretically.
The team took its name from the original Italian title of Italo Calvino's 1957 book The Baron in the Trees.
The Bean Trees, first published in 1988, is the first book written by Barbara Kingsolver, followed by a sequel Pigs in Heaven.
Adams ' sole contribution was in the form of a sketch written by himself and Chapman for the television pilot Out of the Trees, which was rewritten for the book in the first person and passed off as a real event.
* In the book The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver, Taylor, Turtle, Estevan, and Esperanze visit the lake.
Marco Polo's account of paper money during the Yuan Dynasty is the subject of a chapter of his book, The Travels of Marco Polo, titled " How the Great Kaan Causeth the Bark of Trees, Made Into Something Like Paper, to Pass for Money All Over his Country.