attunement


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attunement

(əˈtjuːnmənt)
n
an attuning or act of making harmonious
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But such is their precise attunement to our times--past or present--that what they allow us to perceive is something we usually never get to see: the very remnants of that torn veil of resemblance, which, as Nietzsche might say, scientific optimism ignores as it tears and cuts more deeply toward some truth.
are constituted within a fundamental attunement, the mood (original emphasis).
Arabin" (92), Evans's keen attunement to the politics of the university, then and now, allows her to present us a Wyclif who was more a victim of politics than he needed to have been.
The following themes emerged: 1) Attunement, familiarity/knowing the patient, going the distance, 2) Patient outcomes, consistency and continuity of care, autonomy/taking the initiative, 3) Nurse rewards: satisfaction and accountability, empowerment/input, and 4) Facilitating systems: communication, support and assignment.
As a whole, The Path to the Sea is vitally various with such attunement.
a book called I Am The I That I Am claims that it "reveals the secret of divine consciousness and immediate attunement to the cosmic riches of the universe.
Those who instead form fearful (anxious) or dismissive (falsely independent) attachment patterns, or whose neural development is disrupted by some upheaval in or absence of maternal attunement in the first 18 months of life, are likely to lack trust, lack a holistic view of their adult relationships and lack sufficient emotional brakes to inhibit destructive or self-destructive behaviour.
Treating James as a "culturally resonant representative" of the fraught conjuncture of changing gender roles and sexual politics between 1875 and 1935, Haralson wisely abjures the critical burden of proof of the author's sexuality in favor of reception theory, where what matters is the reader's attunement to the "dissident modes of masculinity" displayed in James's texts and by his authorial persona (23).
no attunement to an 'other,' or at least no attunement that he
Spiritual attunement, connecting with loved ones in the next world.
A PSYCHOTHERAPY conference entitled the Attachment and Attunement to the Heart and Soul of Relation-ship will be held at Newcastle Racecourse on May 14, between 8.