Immaterial Children

Author: Beau Gumm
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781544288451
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In this insightful memoir, Beau looks back on the mental scars left by neglectful parents, wartime trauma, alcohol addiction, and incarceration-and his struggles to finally rise above the lingering pain and torment.

The Immaterial Book

Author: Sarah Wall-Randell
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472118773
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An examination of representations of books and reading in 16th- and 17th-century English romance texts and the myths and metaphors these representations create, perpetuate, and reimagine

Immaterial Facts

Author: Robert Caper
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317797930
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A baby's innate, primary process response to hunger, for example, is “
hallucinatory gratification” — a fantasy of fullness so forceful and vivid that it is
experienced as absolutely real, like the events in a hallucination or a dream.
Although Freud had been forced by clinical experience to hold his physiologic
model in abeyance when it came to adults or older children, he still applied it to
the area of mental life most remote from his clincal experience, that of infancy.
Accordingly, he looked at ...

The Origin Of Concepts

Author: Susan Carey
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199887918
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When and How Children Draw the Material/Immaterial Distinction The problem
we face is ubiquitous in studies of conceptual development Many properties
children represent will distinguish some material entities from some immaterial
ones. Before we credit the child with a material/immaterial distinction, we must
assess more fully whether there is any concept with enough overlap of extension
and conceptual role with the adult concept matter to credit children with that
theoryladen ...

An Archaeology Of The Immaterial

Author: Victor Buchli
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317502132
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Buchli argues that this is evident in a number of cultural projects, including anti-consumerism and asceticism, as well as other attempts to transcend material circumstances.

Material Immaterial The New Work Of Kengo Kuma

Author: Botond Bognar
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
ISBN: 9781568988740
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Presents more than thirty of the architect's recent works, including high-profile commissions such as the Suntory Museum in Tokyo and the Ondo Civic Center in Kure; the exlusive Lotus House in Zushi; large-scale urban developments in ...

Immaterial World

Author: Marc Kristal
Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.
ISBN: 1580933149
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These works range from complete transparency to bunkerlike opacity, depending upon who’s doing the looking and who or what is being seen.

Making Minds

Author: Henry M. Wellman
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199334919
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The percentage of U.S. children who consistently judged the mind to be
intangible and invisible in contrast to the brain being tangible and visible was .00,
.25, .62, and .92 for Grades 1, 3, 5, and 9, respectively. Thus, in later childhood,
as children come to differentiate the conscious mind from the unconscious-
functioning brain, they also distinguish the ontological status of the brain and
mind, one as material and one as immaterial. Children's developing ideas about
the brain (along ...

Premigration Legacies And Immigrant Social Mobility

Author: Mies van Niekerk
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 9780739104316
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Educational sociologists largely agree that nowadays the parents' financial
situation is less decisive for children's future occupational careers than in the past
.1 To a large extent, the influence of family background on the occupational
careers of a younger generation is now exerted indirectly via education. The
parents' income similarly no longer plays the main role in the educational careers
of children. Immaterial aspects of the children's upbringing in the parental home
are more ...