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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Susanna Duffy 
 
 Article Title :: The Monster's Mother
 
Somewhere in the world, every eight seconds, a mother is throwing her hands in the air and declaring that her child is a little monster. But for Echidna it was the literal truth.Echidna was called the mother of all monsters, although her children numbered no more than a dozen or so, and many were exemplary offspring and a pride to any parent. They may still roam the earth in the quiet unseen places, waiting the day when a new Hero will come to challenge them.There are many arguments about Echidna's exact lineage, but who amongst us can vouch for every union in our own background ? Suffice to say she was the daughter of powerful mythical beings. Sources agree, though, on her   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Susanna Duffy 
 
 Article Title :: Mars, the Mighty and Marvelous
 
Martius, the month of March, is named after him. So is the fourth planet from the sun and a bar of chocolate, but we know him mainly as the god of war.If you lived in ancient Rome, his name would be as familiar to you as your own, especially at this time of year with all of the holidays and festivals dedicated to the City's favourite son. You would be choosing your prettiest ribbons, studying the form of the newest racehorse or bargaining for the best seats at a track and field meet. Or perhaps preparing for war overseas, for Spring was the beginning of the Roman campaign season.There is a common belief that depictions of Mars show him as a warrior, but look a little closer   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Joshua Minton 
 
 Article Title :: Welcome to the Mind Revolution: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Living Between the Points
 
What does it mean to live “between the points?” What are the points? Are they science and religion? Are they conservative and liberal? Are they men and women? Are they childhood and old age? Are they intellectual and physical? Are they quantum physics and cosmology? Are they Freud and Jung? Are they the sacred and the profane? Are they nature and nurture? Are they light beer and stout?To live between the points is to understand the nature of the human mind—where it begins and where it ends. The very structure of time is inherent in the process of thought—the ticking away of the clock in the song “Time” on the Pink Floyd album Dark Side of the Moon is the so  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Henrik Kiessler 
 
 Article Title :: "Game" Theory - What Do Game Theory and Improv Theater Have in Common?
 
“Game” TheoryThis article was inspired by Mick Napier’s book „Improvise: scene from the inside out“ in which he draws comparisons between Physics and Improvisation. It made me think – I know a little bit about game theory (I majored in it) and it has the word “game” in it, so chances are it’ll have something in common with improvising, which is really nothing else but playing games. And, not so surprisingly, there are some rather powerful parallels:• To make everybody look good, you have to have cooperation. You have probably heard of the prisoner’s dilemma. It is about two suspects, who are separated and each asked to confess. If one confesses a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Nitin Parmar 
 
 Article Title :: Authenticity Of Vastu (Science of Indian architecture)
 
Vastu is one of the most ancient sciences of Indian architecture and is composed of specific rules, regulations and directions, set down by sages of the vedic times. For the modern society it is the highly evolved, comprehensive building philosophy.According to vastu, a building or a premises is a living organism and can be designed in harmonic resonance with the underlying energy structure of the universe. Such a building or premises becomes a generator of coherence, attuning the occupants to the universal laws and increasing health, wealth and spiritual well being.Prosperity of Famous Tirupati TempleWorld famous Tirupati temple is found adhering to the principles   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Douglas Bower 
 
 Article Title :: Can't Afford Illness in America
 
I had become too sick to live in America.Even with private insurance, even with Medicare, we couldn’t keep up with our medical bills. So we found a country where we could, and we left.Picture this: A childless, middle-aged couple both gainfully employed, both college educated, living a frugal but happy life, and the husband gets sick with an incurable chronic illness. The sick husband has to quit work because the illness is very serious. But, not to worry, after four long years and a legal battle, he gets on Social Security Disability and therefore qualifies for Medicare. There is also the added security of the wife’s health insurance to cover the expensive prescriptions  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Ian Bracegirdle 
 
 Article Title :: African Masks The Art of Creation
 
With western eyes we tend to view a tribal mask as a piece of fantastic sculpture. It is a decorative object to be displayed and enjoyed as a work of art. A piece of art that allows us to touch the world of the other, which we vaguely understand. Yet for the people who created it, it is a living object that possesses specific powers.If you have ever visited a museum or gallery displaying ethnic or tribal art you may have asked yourself why are these shapes and forms used? What is this for? What kind of occasions called for these fabulous objects? Why and how was it made?As I have studied mask I have realised that there are many answers to these questions. Each mask has its o  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Mahaba Abdulla 
 
 Article Title :: Conceptual Art: Who Appreciates It?
 
Art is sometimes overwhelming. Life as a whole can become overwhelming, and at times I do find myself caught up in its whirlwind of drama. Being the person that I am, being faced with it, I tend to question the things that I don’t understand, and sometimes I questions the things I understand the most, the things that I am certain of the most, like art.After one of our regular seminar sessions at college I found myself contemplating a piece of work we were presented with that afternoon: three canvases painted yellow placed on top of each other on a wall of a gallery, a creation seemingly effortless, yet was declared to us and to the whole world as a masterpiece, something of given  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Adam Reeder 
 
 Article Title :: Learn How To Draw Faces Realistically
 
Drawing a face isn’t as hard as it looks. To draw a realistic human face, it takes mapping out the face correctly before you fill in the finer detail. If you would like to get the most out of this article, I recommend sitting down with a pad and paper and drawing each step as you read it.To begin, start with an egg shaped oval. Draw a line down the center of this egg. This line will give you a midpoint for measuring eye separation, nose width, etc.Next, separate the egg shape into 3 equal portions (horizontal lines) with 2 lines. The top of the egg will be be the top of the hairline and the bottom of that segment will be the eyebrows. The second segment goes from the e  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Aisling D'Art 
 
 Article Title :: Feng Shui and the Year of the Rooster - an Overview
 
Feng shui involves more than just colors and where you place your furniture. The astrology side of feng shui is also intriguing. Here are a little background and some predictions for 2005, the Year of the Rooster.The Chinese calendar started in 2697 BCE when the Yellow King became ruler. Since then, the Chinese calendar has evolved into 60 year cycles with varying strengths, elements, and animal themes that relate to feng shui. Starting on the 9th of February 2005, we are in the Chinese year of the Wood Rooster.The Rooster's strength is in how alert he is to change; his weaknesses include his conceit, how much he worries, and how frequently he is vocal when it's not nece  (read full article)
 
 
 
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