Chardin


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Chardin

(French ʃardɛ̃)
n
(Biography) Jean-Baptiste Siméon (ʒɑ̃batist simeɔ̃). 1699–1779, French still-life and genre painter, noted for his subtle use of scumbled colour

Char•din

(ʃarˈdɛ̃)

n.
1. Jean Baptiste Siméon (ʒɑ̃) 1699–1779, French painter.
2. Pierre Teilhard de, Teilhard de Chardin.
References in classic literature ?
But when Stroeve spoke of Chardin it was not without reason, and she reminded me curiously of that pleasant housewife in her mob-cap and apron whom the great painter has immortalised.
At the ministry to which Rabourdin belonged there flourished, as general-secretary, a certain Monsieur Clement Chardin des Lupeaulx, one of those men whom the tide of political events sends to the surface for a few years, then engulfs on a stormy night, but whom we find again on a distant shore, tossed up like the carcass of a wrecked ship which still seems to have life in her.
With their eyes fixed on the carnivora, they pay no attention to the reptiles; happily, they abandon to the writers of comedy the shading and colorings of a Chardin des Lupeaulx.
His position, so far as it went, was a good one, and Clement Chardin des Lupeaulx flourished in it like a tree planted in good soil.
Chardin painted what was round him, and his surroundings now included a wife and son.
Murphy emphasizes the influence of The Divine Milieu of Teilhard de Chardin and its importance for the council of John XXIII.
Borrowing an idea from Jesuit paleontologist and philosopher Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Tipler predicts that "the universe must have one point singularity [a point toward which everything converges] in the customary cosmology.
Pole built heritage and technical logistics, 11 Teilhard de Chardin Street
Thank you, so much, for setting the record straight in your EDITOR'S NOTE on page 8 of the November 2014 issue of Catholic Insight, in regard to the "unfortunate rumour" that Pius XII called de Chardins writings "a cesspool of errors," that de Chardin did not reject the doctrine of original sin, and was not an arch-heretic; and for publishing half of Part II of my article in defense of de Chardin.
The war ended in 2009, but the Sri Lankans I met over the course of a four-day conference about the controversial Jesuit scientist Pierre Teil-hard de Chardin (1881-1955) told me the country is still split along ethnic and religious lines.
Using the theories of Badiou, Teilhard de Chardin and particularly Deluze, Sutton examines recent films that distort time, such as The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind as well as the older work of Andy Warhol among others.
He goes beyond Alfred North Whitehead and Teilhard de Chardin, two major inspirations for him, in part because recent Hubble and post-Hubble data suggest a much more voluminous and mysterious universe than was earlier available--data such as black holes, dark energy, dark matter, the collision of planets and galaxies, and the accelerating separation between cosmic entities.