To aid retention, Mastery Training generates a forgetting curve for each student and re-presents
information at the point of predicted forgetting.
Descriptions of Coolquitt's works are destined to sound almost impossibly pedestrian, somehow wrong--a dish of decapitated cigarette-lighter heads, for example, in kandy; a fuzzy pink blanket sandwiched inside a Plexiglas cube in i've gotta take this; a pair of mismatched handles set on a whited-out plastic box frame in icebox (all 2014)--but his designs are on precisely such prosaic, inarticulate irruptions in the world of matter, his technique conceived to highlight something essential in his raw materials even as he re-presents
them within his comprehensively warping regime of recontextualization.
This incorporation of the best elements of connoisseurship--a visual and critical activity long denigrated by devotees of the social history of art--is one of the most refreshing aspects of Hallett's formidable but enquiring study that re-presents
Reynolds as the 18th century's master painter-portraitist.
Clicking on 'art' re-presents
the two posts from the entire blog cotagged with 'art' on one new page (Alice's artistic side and video).
Even Orual's final discovery that they were wrong--Psyche really did find God, and Oruals own jealousy corrupted that discovery--does not overcome our intellectual sympathy with her missteps throughout the novel, simply because her first-person narration so vividly re-presents
her confusion and suffering, or what Socrates might call "inner tumult.
Toward the end of the film, however, Oppenheimer re-presents
this setting as a key focal point for understanding the true power of reenactment and recreation-not simply to jar the audience, but to reconfigure the participant's understanding of history as well.
Duncan's nuance series re-presents
[presents again] experience and addresses the question of how reality and vision, the objective and the subjective, or time, space, and atmosphere, interact.
October 2012 is also the 25th anniversary of the release of the Wonderful Life album, which will be reissued as a 2-CD collectors' edition with bonus tracks and new sleeve notes on the Universal Re-Presents
to a new generation of readers the life and achievements of a master in his time and ours'.
Reading the operation of trauma in Stoker's vampiric text with and against the claims of cultural trauma theory, I argue first that the novel re-presents
traumatic experiences as unspeakable at the individual level, but possible to recover and communicate at the collective level.
rejecting the notion that all conceptual content re-presents
given non-conceptual content, such as sense data or impressions), 'not all pragmatists are inferentialists (i.
In particular, Mcock re-presents
his 13 reasons for rejecting parapsychology and psychical research.