3 edition of Gaston de Latour found in the catalog.
Gaston de Latour
|Statement||by Walter Pater.|
|Series||Old world series ;, |
|LC Classifications||PR5134 .G3 1907|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, , 130,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||12037492|
That poetry, too, lost its thaumaturgic power in turn, and became mere literature in exchange for life, partly in the natural revolution of poetic taste, partly for its faults. Hitherto it had seemed hopelessly chained to the bookshelf, like something in a dead language, "dead, and shut up in reliquaries of books," or like those relics "one may only see through a little pane of glass," as one of its recent "liberators" had said. Davidson, Hugh M. London: Echo Library,
Lit up over the autumn fields at evening, the distant spires suggested the splendour within, with so strong an imaginative effect, that he seemed scarcely to know whether it was through the mental or bodily eye that he beheld. If there is an issue with an item contact us and we'll do our best to make it right. In the book, the authors undertake an ethnographic study of a neuroendocrinology research laboratory at the Salk Institute. Latour states that this specific, anecdotal approach to science studies is essential to gaining a full understanding of the discipline: "The only way to understand the reality of science studies is to follow what science studies do best, that is, paying close attention to the details of scientific practice" p.
Appreciations is a return to the critical essay, this time largely on English subjects. Here perhaps was the single entirely disinterested sentiment of the poet's life, wholly independent of a long list of benefits, or benefices; for the younger had turned winsomely, appealingly, to the elder, who, forty years of age, feeling chilly at the thought, had no son. And the spring came suddenly: it was pleasant, after that long confinement, to walk afar securely through its early fervours. It seemed to have found, and filled to overflowing, the soul of one amiable little child who had a kind of genius for tranquillity, and on his first coming hither had led Gaston to what he held to be the  choicest, pleasantest places, as being impregnable by noise.
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Could his guardians have read below the white propriety of the youth, duly arrayed for dedication, with the lighted candle in his right hand and the surplice folded over his left shoulder, he might sorely have disturbed their placid but somewhat narrow ruminations, with the germs of what was strange to or beyond them.
Pater's scepticism led him to think that in themselves all such systems lack sense or meaning — until meaning is conferred upon them by their capacity to Gaston de Latour book expression to a particular temperament. To maintain any vitality, Latour argues that social critiques require a drastic reappraisal: "our critical equipment deserves as much critical scrutiny as the Pentagon budget.
To this end he published in in Macmillan's Magazine an evocative semi-autobiographical sketch titled "Imaginary Portraits 1. It is not a catholic historian who notes with profound regret "that inauspicious day," in the yearGaston's tenth year, "when the work of devastation began, which was to strip from France that antique garniture of religious art which later ages have not been able to replace.
Pater suppressed, however, in the second edition of Appreciations the essay "Aesthetic Poetry" — evidence of his growing cautiousness in response to establishment criticism. An almost burdensome fulness of expression haunted the gestures, the very dress, the personal ornaments, of the people on the highway.
One notable exception to this rule is Richard C. That it was never completed could hardly be attributed to any lack of means, or of interest; for it is plain that to the period of the Revolution, after which its scanty remnants passed into humble occupation a few circular turrets, a crenellated curtain wall, giving a random touch of dignity to some ordinary farm-buildings the place had been scrupulously maintained.
But the fund was a deep one, and their acquiescence in the result entire. Gaston is the fifth of the books on the Powys list, it is sort of a combination of "Marius the Epicurean" and "Imaginary Portraits," taking place in French in the 16th century during the French Wars of Religion.
Perhaps it was my visit last year to Florence and the cities of Umbria which inspired me to read the Listbut I found his Studies in the Renaissance to be a watershed moment in my cultural life, and the famous 2-page conclusion I was carrying around in my wallet for a while, to be read from time to time.
In the single lonely manor then existing two brothers had grown up; and the time came when the marriage of the younger to the heiress of those neighbouring lands would divide two perfect friends. Latour's book Science in Action: How to Follow Scientists and Engineers through Society is one of the key texts of the sociology of scientific knowledge in which he famously wrote his Second Principle as follows: "Scientist and engineers speak in the name of new allies that they have shaped and enrolled; representatives among other representatives, they add these unexpected resources to tip the balance of force in their favor.
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Again, recourse to the history of ideas helps to explain the nature of that vision. His new companions, at the head and in the rear of the long procession, forced every one, even the Lord Bishop himself, to move apace, bustling along, cross-bearer and acolyte, in their odd little copes, out of the bitter air, which made the jolly life Gaston now entered on, around the great fire of their hall in the episcopal palace, seem all the more winsome.
The juice in the flowers, when Ronsard named them, was like wine or blood. Learn More in these related Britannica articles:. Things were become at once more deeply sensuous and more deeply ideal.
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