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Charles Darwin's Bicentenary: Time for "Celebration"...Or An Inquest?

Samuel A Nigro
2017 Journal of Psychology & Clinical Psychiatry  
Well, some of us do have the patience to figure out what that statement glosses over.  ...  Odd arrangements and funny solutions are the proof of evolution paths that a sensible God would never tread but that a natural process, constrained by history, follows perforce.  ... 
doi:10.15406/jpcpy.2017.07.00417 fatcat:zbqigbout5dxpi7bjiarb5s75u

An Environmental Philosophy for Music Education Based on Satis Coleman's (1878–1961) Writings on Music and Nature

Daniel J. Shevock
2020 Action, Criticism and Theory for Music Education  
This essay is built qualitatively around the themes of nature, consumption and conservation, epistemology/ethics/policy, and evolution.  ...  The intellectual history presented in this essay, a historiography of ideas and thinkers, frames selected writings by Coleman as an environmental philosophy.  ...  The notes above describe an idea Coleman sent to Disney for a series of animated short features, which, though ultimately rejected, may have presaged some of the content included in the film Fantasia.  ... 
doi:10.22176/act19.1.174 fatcat:dtkupw5y35cwzk3topssvnxspa

Boris Artzybasheff and the art of anthropomorphic marketing in early American consumer culture

Georgios Patsiaouras, James Fitchett, Michael Saren
2014 Journal of Marketing Management  
, has claimed that Disney animators are aware that we identify with certain animal characteristics like the large eyes of Mickey Mouse and Bambie which display neotenic features similar to that of humans  ...  Bambi, the animated white-tailed deer introduced in 1942 by Disney, loses her mother by an evil hunter known as 'Man' becomes the most successful symbol 1 against hunting and killing adorable animals.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0267257x.2013.803141 fatcat:gydxmqpcmjaqnlkfzl6tql6nvu

Hollywood's Indian: The Portrayal of the Native American in Film

R. David Edmunds, Peter C. Rollins, John E. O'Connor
1999 Journal of American History  
Courtesy of the Museum of Modem ArUFilm Stills Archive. throughout the film.  ...  In a later scene, the white police chief asks Victor and Thomas just what kind of Indians they are, to which Victor replies, 'We're Coeur d'Alene Indians" (Smoke Signals ).  ...  Figure 12 . 3 . 123 This seventeenth-century engraving of Pocahontas's rescue of John Smith initiated the visual iconography that the Disney animated fUm continues almost four centuries later.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2567562 fatcat:4mcaaezvr5hahimilq2tu6e6ri

Publisher's note

Christopher T. Gates
1995 National Civic Review  
If you have every visited one of the Disney parks or watched Disney films or television, you can thank Walt Disney for trusting his talent. Everyone has a bankable talent.  ...  The books underscore that, to the extent parents resist the evolution of their children, they'll be resented and rebelled against.  ...  Someone's going to get a piece of my mind. Maybe it will be Darwin. To read the entire article online visit www.togetheraz.com Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ncr.4100840302 fatcat:rnynqevyj5eajhq5wpub6pyhsy

Irish Film and Television Review – 2008

Tony Tracy
2009 Estudios Irlandeses  
The Apprentice Produced by Screentime ShinAwiL for TV3 under licence and guidance from Mark Burnett Production in Los Angeles. Works Cited  ...  By the mid 1980s the form had become an industry, sparked by the arrival of Sullivan Bluth, an American animation studio run by former Disney animator, Don Bluth.  ...  Evidence of computer animation's dominance of the field is apparent by Walt Disney Animation Studios current focus on computer animated films, with the studios last theatrically-released, traditionally  ... 
doi:10.24162/ei2009-2730 fatcat:zaoh5rgfxnffxbsczmbwkhq3tm

Genetic Programming III - Darwinian Invention and Problem Solving

Peter Nordin
1999 Evolutionary Computation  
Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the help of our editor, Denise Penrose, and that of Edward Wade and Emilia Thiuri, at Morgan Kaufmann Publishers.  ...  Special thanks goes to our reviewers, who stuck with us through a major reorganization of the book and provided insightful and useful comments.  ...  In response to these paradoxes, Darwin created a kind of second theory of evolution, having to do with the evolution of sexual characteristics.  ... 
doi:10.1162/evco.1999.7.4.451 fatcat:27732t6mfvgt7mzpbvkrv6wcqm

Disney's Portrayal of Nonhuman Animals in Animated Films Between 2000 and 2010

Oana Leventi-Perez
2011
This paper used the constant comparative method to examine the 12 animated features released by Disney between 2000 and 2010 for: (1) their representation of nonhuman animals (NHAs) and the portrayal of  ...  Furthermore, while Disney?s representation of NHAs remains largely anthropocentric, most of its animated features do not reflect the tenets of animal rights.  ...  Disney associates the representation of NHAs with both speciesist and sexist stereotypes.  ... 
doi:10.57709/2371929 fatcat:fwnzwi22fbafdf2o2oooix7p4q

Coronavirus in light of philosophy

Emil Vlajki
2021 Media, culture and public relations  
The history of humanity is a history of rationality. As a result, mankind has progressed from the Stone Age to the era of modern medicine, genetics, computer science, robotics, and nanotechnology.  ...  But the chance of this type of virus appearing among humans is almost non-existent. However, what if these viruses "escape" from the lab, as has happened in the recent past?  ...  Judaism in biblical Genesis indicated the creation and evolution of life (such evolutionary flow is not at all different from that of Darwinism), and determined two basic, priority directions of movement  ... 
doi:10.32914/mcpr.12.1.1 fatcat:tww62a2f4nfdnd7xjmz2mfvyha

For Now We See through an AI Darkly; but Then Face-to-Face: A Brief Survey of Emotion Recognition in Biometric Art

Devon Schiller
2020 Przegląd Kulturoznawczy  
And the use of technological labor by corporate, government, and institutional agents for extracting data capital from both the static morphology of the face and dynamic movement of the emotions is accelerating  ...  Our knowledge about the facial expression of emotion may well be entering an age of scientific revolution.  ...  Darwin, The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals, John Murray, London 1872, pp. 12, 356. Ibidem, pp. 67, 76. Ibidem, p. 15.  ... 
doi:10.4467/20843860pk.20.025.12585 fatcat:ccsfdy2bszcx5eyfg2vzp2dbcy

The construction of 'Nature' in the virtual worldSecond Life

Joseph S. Clark
2015 Environmental Education Research  
A charmed circle of warm, friendly, funny, and smart graduate students shared the journey with me and accepted this mid-lifer as one of their own. Faculty in FSU'  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS My doctoral advisor Andy Opel green-lit the genesis of this project in 2007 while I was taking his class in Media and the Environment.  ...  The article's focus and tone are primarily scientific, using the story of Charles Darwin as a narrative device.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13504622.2015.1118754 fatcat:ohecewoajrgrfoc5lai23afbn4

Writing Advice From an English Professor, a Psychology Professor, and a Professional Copy Editor

Amanda L. Hiner, Merry J. Sleigh
2016 Eye on Psi Chi Magazine  
Thus, with a common ancestor, evolution meant emancipation in support of the American Christian abolitionist movement.  ...  For those unaware how a quiet, respectable gentleman and a pillar of his parish came to embrace one of the most radical ideas in the history of human thought, Darwin had a passionate hatred of slavery  ...  From the dramatic acting that the chapter incites in the participating members to the various Disney® characters that make up the figures in the shadows, the myth always produces laughs and a sense of  ... 
doi:10.24839/1092-0803.eye20.2.16 fatcat:6dbhcithe5d3zkvhqlatx2j7wi

Trivializing the villain

Barbara Roiser
2019 unpublished
of piracy into the realms of fantasy or humor.  ...  The present-day Western imagination of "the pirate" is a simplified representation of an exotic other, which is largely constructed by the pirates' portrayal in popular culture.  ...  Figure 4 : 4 Figure 5 :Figure 6 :Figure 7 : 44567 Captain James Hook (Disney) Long Jake Captain Jack Sparrow (Disney) 7 computer-animated films (Schmerheim andKurwinkel 89).  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.57549 fatcat:zlgppp4h3ffk7kelwdcje762ty

Gewalt und Tod im klassischen Hollywood-Cartoon und sein Einfluss auf gegenwärtige Film- und TV-Produktionen

Alexander Feucht
2011 unpublished
The Art of Walt Disney. From Mickey Mouse to the Magic Kingdoms. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1995. S. 46.  ...  meet Frankenstein waren die Folge.  ... 
doi:10.25365/thesis.14600 fatcat:jixu3aniobconmo6kofofjflrq

Exploring Naming Behavior in Personal Digital Image Collections

Tami Sutcliffe
2016 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
In order to capture and explore this evolving language adaptation, Pinterest names are analyzed using a matrix composed of Panofsky's three strata of subject matter, Rosch's levels of categorical abstraction  ...  Exploring the various language choices which user-curators select as they apply this new curating vocabulary helps identify underlying user needs not apparent in traditionally curated collections restricted  ...  ] Palm Tree in Moonlight 33 Things You Probably Didn't Know About Disney Parks: The 14-story "Tree of Life" in the middle of Animal Kingdom is actually an old oil rig.  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_a_01304 fatcat:ulj4k2rjbbbwtfts6jyczkpvsq
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