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|So, what is 'natural talent'? Stanislavsky defines 'talent' as: nothing but a |
prolonged period of attention and a shortened period of mental assimilation. In a
genius the periods of mental assimilation have been reduced to a minimum,
while the ...
|The remark's authorship was also claimed by Elbert Hubbard in A Thousand and |
One Epi- 7 Talent is an amalgam of high sensitivity; ... 14 Talent is nothing but a
prolonged period of attention and a shortened period of mental assimilation.
|Schumann, Robert Talent is always conscious of its own abundance, and does |
not object to sharing. - Solzhenitsyn, Alexander Talent is nothing but a prolonged
period of attention and a shortened period of mental assimilation. - Stanislavisky
|PD/January/2009/1144 Talent is nothing but a prolonged period of attention and |
a shortened period of mental assimilation. The more things a man is ashamed
of, the more. Pandit Bhimsen Joshi : A Life in Music protect and conserve our ...
|One definition of talent Stanislavsky's, actually holds that it is "nothing but a |
prolonged period of attention and a shortened period of mental assimilation." The
latter, which accounts for the quickness of New Yorkers, so many of whom are ...
|Stanislavisky, Konstantin Talent is nothing but a prolonged period of attention |
and a shortened period of mental assimilation. - Stanislavisky, Konstantin The
greatest wisdom is to realize one's lack of it - Stanislavisky, Konstantin In spite of
|Some trouble would be necessarily occasioned; but the relative value of articles |
would soon assimilate themselves to the ... and Buildingstioobtain powers for the
formation of the long-contemplated new ltrect from Chancery-lune to Fetter-lane,
and ... bodily and mentally, ample and endless occupation : as the daily duties
and amusements oi' the crew, the meridian ... miles off); but it is astonishing what
a change it affect! in the atmosphere during the period you are passing nearest.
|But the principal causes of the increase of dental caries have, I believe, been |
summed up in what I have said to you this ... delayed digestion, impaired
assimilation, and a whole train of derangements which embitter and sometimes
shorten life. ... and therefore some social disability ; and further than this, I would
affirm that it implies sometimes danger to mental health, ... to discuss this
afternoon, and which have reference to the care of the teeth of children during the
period of schooling.
|My teacher explained it to me the other day for a long time, very patiently, and I |
thought I understood it, but the next time I was .... I speak now of those who have
talent but have not been gifted with the genius that combines all extremes. The
teacher is nothing if not of an analytical cast of mind, and withal, must have good
descriptive, and explanatory abilities, in short, must ... The termination of a period
is shown by the reappearance of the old, or the commencement of a new subject.
|It is, perhaps, sufficient to remark, that differences of opinion are as natural as |
differences of mental constitution in the ... for, besides mere experience in the
observation and accumulation of facts, there is required the faculty of assimilation
, for the .... After a certain period in the history of every railway, deterioration
reached an annual average, and as that annual ... on short routes ; but the public
were too much occupied to be tempted by minimum fares to undertake long