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|Talent, Imagination, Creativity and Wisdom Dragan P. Bogunovic. Being an ... |
You are all alone with your concentration and imagination, and that is all you
have. Being a good ... Belief in the supernatural reflects a failure of the
|He is hostile to many forms of religious belief and practice, as typified in these |
aphorisms: Christian theology: nothing so ... Belief in the supernatural reflects a
failure of the imagination.2 No wonder his sometimes sophisticated and often ...
|Ammunition for Nonbelievers, Political Junkies, Gadflies, and Those Generally |
Hell-Bound Jack Huberman. supernatural reflects a failure of the imagination.” “
Fantastic doctrines (like Christianity or Islam or Marxism) require unanimity of
|Philosophers who hold such a view tend to be metaphysical dualists or pluralists |
– that is, they believe that reality ... methods to register supernatural phenomena
mayjust as much reflect a failure in the methodologi- cal imagination as the ...
|... 1903) failed in large part because the imagining of a modern Jewish national |
consciousness necessitated conjuring ... countered that once Judaism ceased to
be a “supernatural religion” (as it must, he claimed, since supernatural belief was
no ... This slogan reflects Zionism's enmeshment within the colonial imagination.
|Her solitary life reflects a personal choice. ... As part of her belief in the |
supernatural, however, she faces the reality of death and often wonders what
follows. ... through the years to explain the metaphysical and how he has failed,
so in this manner she affirms her belief in nature and the supernatural. Because
she maintained a solitary life, however, she used her imagination to explore the
|Samoa's “surgery,” after all, is a failure: his “equivocal and monstrous production” |
dies. And we as readers, despite the testimonies we are offered, are asked to
reflect upon our own process of crediting and judging ... complacency about
natural myths and supernatural events, but also to unexamined ideological
|The dance took many forms as it spread among numerous tribes, and in some |
cases, it revived belief in impending divine ... millennialist currents in Native
American popular religiosity, the danger inherent in the release of supernatural
power became all ... The violent response of the American military, along with the
failure of the dance to usher in a paradisiacal age, ... not only among the
remaining Sioux, but among most of the other tribes where it had captured
|Responsive and Imaginative Participation Tony Clark. polanyi also criticizes him |
because “he failed to acknowledge that by so doing he was expressing his own
personal beliefs; nor did ... 03 polanyi's analysis proceeds by attempting to show
the equivalence of doubt and belief. polanyi comments: “The ... By way of
illustration, polanyi comments, “During the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
scientific beliefs have . . . opposed and discredited a whole system of
supernatural beliefs ...
|Admittedly it is not clear that the targeted 'superstitious' behaviour here actually |
reflected superstitious belief rather than, ... a psychic's prediction of the cards'
identity rather than their own guesses) when the perceived likelihood of failure
was high. ... vague sense of optimism or hope that these events could be
controlled, if only by supernatural or magical means. ... this association does not
appear to reflect parental encouragement of imagination during childhood (
Makasovski and ...