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Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: William Teleo 
 Article Title :: The Art Of Cleaning Art
Art is a part of life and for some, it is their way of life. Others usually consider art as a worthy investment. Regardless of how you see art, restoring and preserving art pieces are important techniques to maintain their value. Painting restoration is a serious matter; that is why most people prefer to have their paintings professionally restored. However, if you like the thought of restoring your own pieces, lots of practice and familiarity with techniques are necessary. Because according to statistics, more paintings and art works are destroyed each year by inept restoration and cleaning than by accidental burning or fire.Clouded varnish, dirt, and smoke are the usual culprits   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Donaldson Collins 
 Article Title :: Influences
I think it was the Russian writer Tolstoy who said that the most significant revolutions were internal; in other words they happen individually and in your head. I can see what he meant, although if the old boy had been around in 1917 he might have bitten his lip.We tend to think of revolutions as being violent and bloody conflicts, which of course they are, the French, Russian and American Revolutions being prime examples. On the other hand, the Industrial Revolution, which, in the end was more far-reaching than any of the other contemporary revolutions, was on the whole, peaceful.At this point I have to do a little flag waving for Scotland. Well, I don't have to, but I'm g  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lance Winslow 
 Article Title :: George Mason; Was He a Hypocrite?
George Mason was a brilliant man and very much helped in the building of our nation. However since he was a large slave owner with a huge plantation many people believe he was a hypocrite and although he is considered a celebrity of history to Virginians, not so many Virginia blacks and black Americans agree.He believed in freedoms and liberty for all white, rich, male landowners. And many black Americans today as well as many who study our history who are white say that George Mason was a hypocrite. Indeed, one could say he was a hypocrite wanting only freedoms for rich white males and enslaving blacks to do his bidding and run his plantations.He wanted freedom and liberty  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Robert Baird 
 Article Title :: Language of the God(s)
In Man and His Symbols, Jung shows us the same archetypes in the untutored dreams of contemporary children, in medieval alchemy, in Hindu mythology, and in Persian folk tales. Joseph Campbell and Alan Watts have continued and extended this study of a vast and strange inner world, little appreciated until quite recently. How does Jung account for the universality of symbolic themes? He sees it as evidence for the collective unconscious, which could be called the collective Soul of humanity. Jung was not the first person in Freud’s school who took from the Mystery Schools set up by St. Germain de Medicis in Freud’s Vienna. But few authors talk about Silberer and fewer still know about h  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Kedar Joshi 
 Article Title :: Joshian Quotations
In reality the universe has no geometry.To be is to be intelligent.Gravity is neither a force nor a consequence of any space-time curvature. It is simply an orderly spatial illusion to non-spatial observer/s.Philosophy, in principle, could be the best mathematics.Most of the supposed mysteries in the universe are a product of the human belief that any mechanism has to be spatial. In reality the mechanism of the universe is non-spatial, whose appropriate understanding shall resolve those mysteries.Nature, by its very nature, is very brutal and unequal. However, Man has somehow managed to transform the nature of its brutality and inequality.A worse   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Edward Charkow 
 Article Title :: Educating Your Family on Native American Indian History
In the United States, a large amount of information is taught in local schools. This information is often vital to the success of a student. Math, science, English, physical education, and history are taught in many schools. The information taught in those subjects varies from school to school. Unfortunately, not everything that should be taught in a lesson plan is.The history of Native American Indians is something that many individuals know little about. Native American Indian history is taught in most schools located on Indian reservations, but they should not be the only place where it is taught. Most public and private schools quickly cover Native American Indian history  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Edward Charkow 
 Article Title :: Native American Indian History: How to Learn More
Do you own a piece of American Indian jewelry or art? If so, have you ever wondered how that item originated? There are many individuals who purchase Native American products without ever thinking about the history behind those items and the individuals that made them. There are an unlimited number of benefits to taking the time to learn about and understand Native American Indian history.Native American Indian history is too extensive to describe in a few words, which is why many individuals who choose to research it must embark on a long journey. Despite the fact that it may take time to compile a large amount of research, the information you obtain will be useful for years to  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Anne Clarke 
 Article Title :: Apples in American Culture - Why, Apples are as Amercian as Apple Pie!
Here in the United States, though, we have many traditional fruits. Of course, perhaps the most popular and most traditional fruit that we grow is the apple. In fact, apples are such traditional fruits that they have become ingrained in our culture.Take a look at some of the ways in which apples have moved off the tree and into our language, games, and stories:It is a very common in our culture for someone to say, “That is like comparing apples and oranges,” Meaning that you are trying to compare two things that are incomparable.Apples have even made it into our folklore: most kids know the story of Johnny Appleseed, the boy who traveled across the United Stat  (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Lindsey Williams 
 Article Title :: Forgotten Presidents
Quick! Who was the first president of the United States?If you said "George Washington," go the end of the line. He was the 12th - 15th if you count the first three presidents of the Continental Congress of 13 colonies.Presidents of the Continental Congress were Peyton Randolph, Henry Middleton and John Hancock, but the colonies were under nominal control of King George III. The Declaration of Independence of July 2, 1776 (public announcement July 4) speaks of "These United Colonies."Shortly after the Declaration, Congress passed Articles of Confederation under which they waged a successful revolution against Britain.During this difficult period, four patriots   (read full article)
Category :: Humanities Articles Author :: Jack Wilson 
 Article Title :: Bloomsday - Celebrating James Joyce's Ulysses in Dublin and Around the World
James Joyce is one of the most celebrated writers in history and for good reason. Though his Finnegans Wake is incomprehensible, it is not more so than a Beethoven Symphony. But we don’t ask a Beethoven Symphony to be easily understood because it isn’t written in words.We do however ask a painting to be understandable. Even though some of the greatest achievements in art history have been abstract, a very large percentage of the world’s people just won’t have it, including Andy Rooney and Morley Safer of 60 Minutes.Picasso is regarded as the most talented and creative painter in modern times, with the possible exception of Matisse. Even so, to this day, I come across  (read full article)
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