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LiBRI: Talk – Creation or Destruction of Meaning

In the latest volume of the LiBRI, PhD Cristina Dimulescu, in the article Talk – Creation or Destruction of Meaning, brings into light the dispute that has been caused by the controversial power of the spoken word and demonstrates that talk gives rise to new meanings and implicitly to a new language, instead of destroying them.

As the importance of verbal communication has been analysed from different angles, there are two sides that stand out by sharing totally opposite views. On one side, there are the authors of the theatre of the absurd and on the other side, there are the linguists and the philosophers of language. The former believe that words are incapable of delivering the meaning, while the later stand for the value of the language and the new meanings that result from human interaction.

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LiBRI: The Play on Incarnation as Artistic Creation in Allen Ginsberg’s ‘Howl’

In the latest volume of the LiBRI, Andreea Paris illustrates in the article “The Play on Incarnation as Artistic Creation in Allen Ginsberg’s ‘Howl’” different modalities used by Ginsberg in the poem “Howl” to express the concept of incarnation.

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“Howl” written by Allen Ginsberg

In this essay, the author will approach the theological implication of incarnation illustrated in the poem “Howl”, in order to show Alan Ginsberg’s perspective upon the transcendence of spiritual elements into physical ones (the metaphysical act is conveyed into literary creation). Thus, the poet becomes a prophet who has to deliver a spiritual message. The musicality is also very important in this poem as it enhances the concept of incarnation. Bebop is here representative for the bridge who channels the spiritual and the physical world (as the player of the saxophone sacrifices his breath to create melodious sounds). (more…)

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    PhD Ahmad Kareem Salem Al-Wuhaili will present in the latest volume of the LiBRI journal an article about the duality of political apologies, aiming to reveal the fact that important political faces apologise without meaning it. Unfortunately, apologising, which used to be a sincere statement of one’s feelings of guilt, sadness or pity, has become a tool for some politicians to solve problems by using means of emotional manipulation.  Politics has developed ever since the beginning the same concept; Chilton defined politics as a struggle for power, a fight between those who want to impose it and those who go…
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LiBRI: “A Splendid Isolation?” The Rise of a Concept in Victorian Identity

Mihai Vişoiu from the University of Bucharest develops a study upon the phase that the Victorian society went through, entitled by the press: ‘splendid isolation’.

The article: A Splendid Isolation? The Rise of a Concept in Victorian Identity seeks to explain the concept in the account to the historical and geographical context of Great Britain. The author provides the necessary background to analyse closely the impact of political solitude that Great Britain has surpassed in the nineteenth century, by defining specific concepts such as: ‘conceptual history’ or history of ideas.

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LiBRI: Aspects of Spanish Paremiology

In the latest volume of LiBRI journal, Alin Titi Calin from “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi contributes with a research on the Aspects of Spanish Paremiology.

Every people group has its own particular paremiological treasure. Considered “genuine diamonds of thought” by the Romanian essayist Mihai Eminescu, proverbs speak to a result of old stories, additionally a discourse demonstration, along these lines, at the end of the day, proverbs are the exponential capability of a specific dialect what’s more, of a given society.

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    Roxana Maria Fanuţ from West University of Timisoara has developed a study on Virgil's Inferno, with an emphasis on the Memory and Reality in the Sixth Book of Aeneid. This paper looks to offer a clearer picture of how the Underworld was outlined and deciphered by Augustus` most productive artist: Publius Vergilius Maro. The issues to be talked about are the relationship amongst reality and fiction in the 6th book of Aeneid and the part of memory in the making of Inferno. Another issue put in discourse is the part of insidiousness in common life in the Ancient Rome, a general public that envisioned an Underworld…
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    PhD Alina Sora from University of Bucharest, brings into the light the concept of freedom, as a way of surviving in the Vasily Grossman novel Everything Flows. The present study concentrates in transit in which an extraordinary humanist, the Russian author Vasily Grossman, succeeds in comprehension 'his century', the century of the totalitarian administrations which prevented and smothered one from claiming the most essential human qualities: freedom. In his novel Everything Flows, Grossman focuses on the possibility that life can't exist without "opportunity and benevolence". The nonappearance of these two key qualities made those impossible human tragedies conceivable. The estimation of an essayist is judged by the…
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    The most recent volume of the BRAIN journal has recorded another exploration on The Ambivalence of Strengths and Weaknesses of E-learning Educational Services proposed by Venera-Mihaela Cojocariu, Iuliana Lazar and Gabriel Lazar from Vasile Alecsandri University of Bacau, Romania. This paper speaks to an intensive stage in the push to recognize and group the qualities and shortcomings of e-learning instructive administrations. This paper audits a combination of the evaluations on the e-learning instructive administrations through a review of the specific writing from 2000 to 2012 keeping in mind the end goal to distinguish the qualities and shortcomings of e-learning instructive administrations which were reported…
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    BRAIN journal has recently published its latest volume Brain Functors: A mathematical model of intentional perception and action by David Ellerman. Classification hypothesis has foundational significance since it gives applied lenses to describe what is essential and widespread in arithmetic - with adjunctions being the essential lens. On the off chance that adjunctions are so critical in arithmetic, then maybe they will confine ideas of some significance in the observational sciences. In any case, the uses of adjunctions have been hampered by an excessively prohibitive plan that maintains a strategic distance from heteromorphisms or hets. By reformulating an adjunction utilizing…
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LiBRI: Freedom – a Way of Surviving in the Novel Everything Flows

PhD Alina Sora from University of Bucharest, brings into the light the concept of freedom, as a way of surviving in the Vasily Grossman novel Everything Flows.

Everything Flows by Vasily Grossman
Everything Flows by Vasily Grossman

The present study concentrates in transit in which an extraordinary humanist, the Russian author Vasily Grossman, succeeds in comprehension ‘his century’, the century of the totalitarian administrations which prevented and smothered one from claiming the most essential human qualities: freedom.

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    Roxana Maria Fanuţ from West University of Timisoara has developed a study on Virgil's Inferno, with an emphasis on the Memory and Reality in the Sixth Book of Aeneid. This paper looks to offer a clearer picture of how the Underworld was outlined and deciphered by Augustus` most productive artist: Publius Vergilius Maro. The issues to be talked about are the relationship amongst reality and fiction in the 6th book of Aeneid and the part of memory in the making of Inferno. Another issue put in discourse is the part of insidiousness in common life in the Ancient Rome, a general public that envisioned an Underworld…
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    In the latest volume of LiBRI journal, Alin Titi Calin from “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi contributes with a research on the Aspects of Spanish Paremiology. Every people group has its own particular paremiological treasure. Considered "genuine diamonds of thought" by the Romanian essayist Mihai Eminescu, proverbs speak to a result of old stories, additionally a discourse demonstration, along these lines, at the end of the day, proverbs are the exponential capability of a specific dialect what's more, of a given society. The Hispanic society has an imperative spot in the general paremiology, Miguel de Cervantes being viewed as one of the first theoreticians, by the…
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    LiBRI has a very interesting article written by Nicolae-Andrei Popa. He is giving some insight on the Issue of Morality from the point of view of Kant and Coleridge. This paper seeks to contrast Kant’s strong belief that morality is the ultimate aim of religion with Coleridge’s statement in Aids to Reflection that morality is merely a step in the ascent towards a spiritual religion. The issues to be talked about are the connections in the middle of feeling and elegance from one viewpoint, and belief in a higher power and Christology, then again. While Kant trusts the center of…
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    BRAIN journal has recently published its latest volume Brain Functors: A mathematical model of intentional perception and action by David Ellerman. Classification hypothesis has foundational significance since it gives applied lenses to describe what is essential and widespread in arithmetic - with adjunctions being the essential lens. On the off chance that adjunctions are so critical in arithmetic, then maybe they will confine ideas of some significance in the observational sciences. In any case, the uses of adjunctions have been hampered by an excessively prohibitive plan that maintains a strategic distance from heteromorphisms or hets. By reformulating an adjunction utilizing…
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