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absolute Ancient Greece architecture Ascetic aspects becomes beginning Brahman causal cent century B.C. Christian conception contractual countries cubistic culture mentality decline disturbances dominant economic empirical empiricism Epicureans ethics existence external externalistic familistic fideism field fifth century fluctuations forms fourth century given Graeco-Roman Greece Greek Hellenistic human Idealism Idealistic Ideational and Sensate Ideational culture Ideational mentality Ideationalism immanent increase indicators individual integrated interaction Jainism limited linear literature logical mainly means Mixed moral mysticism nature nineteenth century organization painting party period phenomena philosophy principle purely quantitative reality reason recurrent religion religious rhythm Roman Russia scientific sculpture secular Sensate culture Sensate mentality Sensate music sensual seventeenth similar social relationships society sociocultural processes sociocultural system Sorokin standpoint style supersystem system of truth Taoist theories thirteenth tion totalitarian traits trend truth of faith truth of senses twelfth twentieth century type of culture values Visual
Strana 139 - And this strange phenomenon has occurred in the full light of day, at the end of the nineteenth and at the beginning of the twentieth century...
Strana 398 - What then is time? If no one asks me. I know; if I wish to explain it to one that asketh, I know not...
Strana 51 - When you do not know about life, how can you know about death?" And do not the Analects tell us that "The Master never talked of prodigies, feats of strength, disorders, or spirits"? Of all the quotations and literary allusions in the poems, the overwhelming majority are to the Analects which T'ao Ch'ien must have loved above all other books. The only thing which...
Strana 25 - Weltanschauung; its own type of religion and standards of "holiness"; its own system of right and wrong; its own forms of art and literature; its own mores, laws, code of conduct; its own predominant forms of social relationships; its own economic and political organization; and, finally, its own type of human personality, with a peculiar mentality and conduct.
Strana 3 - In the broadest sense it may mean the sum total of everything which is created or modified by the conscious or unconscious activity of two or more individuals interacting with one another or conditioning one another's behavior?
Strana 130 - Troyes at the end of the fifteenth and in the first half of the sixteenth century...
Strana 178 - From the end of the fifteenth century to the beginning of the nineteenth century the large region which is vaguely known as 'the Middle East' had little interest for the nations of Western Europe.
Strana 701 - The main sociocultural functions of the family will further decrease until the family becomes a mere incidental cohabitation of male and female while the home will become a mere overnight parking place mainly for sex-relationship.
Strana 491 - Seek not that the things which happen should happen as you wish ; but wish the things which happen to be as they are, and you will have a tranquil flow of life.
Strana 9 - If we know the proper patterns of meaning and value, we can put these pages or parts together into a significant unity in which each page or fragment takes its proper place, acquires a meaning, and in which all together give the supremely integrated effect that was intended. I say "supremely integrated...