well it's no bug stomp but it's a zombie getting his neck snapped after being stomped by a strong arm woman lol.
Building of the Day: The Met Breuer
By Archtober , Anna Gibertini • October 25, 2016 The Met Breuer, which opened in March of this year, houses the Metropolitan Museum of Art's expanding modern and contemporary collections within its modest 29,000 square feet of exhibition space.
Binding: Paperback Author: Joseph Breuer Language: English Publication Date: 2000-02-25 Number of Pages: 376 Publisher: Basic Books The Cornerstone Of Psychoanalysisâ€"And Legacy Of The Landmark Freud/Breuer Collaborationâ€"Featuring The Classic Case Of Anna O. And The Evolution Of The Cathartic Method, In The Definitive Strachey Translation. Re-Packaged For The Contemporary Audience With What Promises To Be An Unconventional Foreword By Irvin Yalom, The Novelist And Psychiatrist Who Imagined Breuer In When Nietzsche Wept.
Mental Illness and the Body
The Freud Encyclopedia: Theory, Therapy, and Culture is a comprehensive reference work on the life, ideas, and influence of the great and controversial founder of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud. The encyclopedia offers a wide range of articles on Freud and his work but also on Freud as a cultural and literary figure whose writings and ideas have, ironically, had a more lasting impact than his original psychoanalytic theories. Among the topics considered, for example, are Freud's influence on the creation and development of psychoanalytic theory as well as on art, literature, biography, history, cinema, religion, and sociology. The encyclopedia also considers the many individuals who knew Freud personally, who studied under him and became his disciples (or his opponents), or who were...
Using real life case studies of people experiencing mental illness, this book identifies how bodily presentation of patients may reflect certain aspects of their ‘lived experience’. With reference to a range of theoretical perspectives including philosophy, psychoanalysis, feminism and sociology, Mental Illness and the Body explores the ways in which understanding ‘lived experience’ may usefully be applied to mental health practice. Key features include: an overview of the history of British psychiatry including treatments an analysis of feminism and the way its insights have been applied to understanding women's mental health and illness in-depth interviews with four patients diagnosed with mental illness an outline of Freudian and post-Freudian perspectives on the body and their...
A cyanotype is a printing processes that produces a cyan-blue print. This process was discovered by Sir John Herschel in 1842. Engineers used this process heavily into the 20th century because it was a cheap way to make copies of their drawings, these prints were called blueprints. Anna Atkins worked with cyanotypes, she created books of her work. Dissolve the chemicals in water to make two separate solutions. Add Ammonium ferric citrate to water into one container and Potassium ferricyanide to water in another. Stir with a plastic spoon until the chemicals dissolve. Unused solutions can be stored separately in brown bottles away from light, but will not last very long once they have been mixed. Dispose of any unused chemicals in a sensible and environmentally friendly way. Your floors, carpets, walls, work surfaces, clothes and skin can be stained by the chemicals. Cover all possible areas, use rubber gloves and an apron or an old shirt to work in. If you have the space, choose an area where you can spread out. Ordinary light bulbs or tungsten light is safe to use, but UV light will affect your prints. Some fluorescent lighting may also affect your prints. Using a brush, simply paint the chemicals onto the material. Paper, card, textiles or any natural material can be used to print on. Decide how big your print is going to be, and cut your material to size. Make sure your working area is dimly lit, or lit with a low-level tungsten bulb. Print a cyanotype by placing your negative (to reproduce a photograph) or object (to make a photogram) in contact with your coated paper or fabric. Expose the sandwich to UV light. Natural sunlight is the traditional light source, but UV lamps can also be used. Plants, decorative items or other objects can be used to create silhouettes or interesting shapes. Exposure times can vary from a few minutes to several hours, depending on how strong your lightsource is or the season where you are printing. When the print has been exposed, process your print by rinsing it in cold water. The wash also removes any unexposed chemicals. Wash for at least 5 minutes, until all chemicals are removed and the water runs clear. The final print can now be hung to dry and be admired.
Classic Pommes Anna - Simple French Gratin Potato Cake (butter, black pepper, potato, salt)
Anna's Blueberry Mini Muffins (flour, baking powder, baking soda, vegetable oil, eggs, blueberries, cinnamon, honey, orange zest, yogurt, salt, flour)
Pommes Anna (potato, butter, garlic, onions, paprika, parmesan cheese, salt)
Anna Olson's Deviled Eggs (capers, capers, chives, mustard powder, eggs, chives, mayonnaise, salt)
Anna O. - Wikipedia
Anna O. was the pseudonym of a patient of Josef Breuer, who published her case study in his book Studies on Hysteria, written in collaboration with Sigmund Freud.
Josef Breuer — Wikipédia
Josef Breuer en 1877. Biographie Naissance 15 janvier 1842 à Vienne Décès 20 juin 1925 à Vienne Enterrement Cimetière Döbling (en) Nationalité Autriche ...
Josef Breuer - Wikipedia
Josef Breuer; Born (1842-01-15) 15 January 1842 Vienna, Austrian Empire: Died: 20 June 1925 (1925-06-20) (aged 83) Vienna, Austria: School: Psychoanalysis
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