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La pintura mural hispano-musulmana. Tradición o innovación?
Rallo Gruss, Carmen
Al-Qantara : Revista de Estudios Arabes , 2003,
Abstract: It is generally thought that in Western Europe and at the end of the medieval period, tempera paint with oil as a medium was applied to dry plaster walls because the Roman technique for painting on wet plaster (al fresco) had been forgotten. Texts such as the Libro dell'Arte by Cennino Cennini discuss the recovery of the fresco technique by some of the founding painters of the Italian Renaissance, such as Giotto. From Renaissance Italy, it is argued, the technique expanded to the rest of Europe. However, in medieval Hispanic monuments with Islamic iconography there is evidence of painted fresco decoration dated prior to the fifteenth century. This paper studies the sources of this technical tradition by analysing examples of Iberian, Roman, Islamic, Mudéjar and Morisco mural painting. El convencimiento de que a finales de la Edad Media las paredes eran decoradas con pintura al seco, realizada con temple, más o menos graso, olvidando la técnica de pintura al fresco utilizada habitualmente por los romanos, es algo admitido para toda la Europa Occidental. Textos como el Libro dell′Arte de Cennino Cennini nos hablan de su recuperación por los iniciadores del Renacimiento italiano como el Giotto; desde allí se expandirá la técnica a todos los países europeos. Sin embargo, en los monumentos hispanos con iconografía de tradición islámica se siguen realizando decoraciones al fresco hasta el siglo XV. En busca de explicaciones a esta excepción, en este artículo se buscan las fuentes de esa tradición técnica, analizando ejemplos de pintura mural ibera, romana, islámica y de lo morisco o mudéjar. El estudio se centra en los materiales utilizados, incluso con analítica de laboratorio, en paralelo con los motivos estilísticos que se encuentran en cada época.
Konservative Therapie der Stuhlinkontinenz
Gruss HJ
Journal für Urologie und Urogyn?kologie , 2004,
Abstract:
Black Holes in Ho?ava Gravity with Higher Derivative Magnetic Terms
Eyal Gruss
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1088/0264-9381/28/8/085007
Abstract: We consider Horava gravity coupled to Maxwell and higher derivative magnetic terms. We construct static spherically symmetric black hole solutions in the low-energy approximation. We calculate the horizon locations and temperatures in the near-extremal limit, for asymptotically flat and (anti-)de Sitter spaces. We also construct a detailed balanced version of the theory, for which we find projectable and non-projectable, non-perturbative solutions.
A Suggestion for a Teleological Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
Eyal Gruss
Physics , 2000,
Abstract: We suggest solving the measurement problem by postulating the existence of a special future final boundary condition for the universe. Although this is an extension of the way boundary conditions are usually chosen (in terrestrial laboratories), it is our only deviation from standard quantum mechanics. Using two state vectors, or the "two-state", to describe completely the state of systems of interest, we analyze ideal and "weak" measurements, and show the consistency of our scheme. If the final state of a measuring device is assigned to be one of the possible outcomes of the measurement, an effective reduction is observed after an ideal measurement process. For final conditions chosen with an appropriate distribution, the predictions of standard quantum mechanics may be reconstructed, thus eliminating probability from the description of any single measurement. The interpretation attained, the Teleological Interpretation, is an ontological one; it is local and deterministic. Other special assumptions in the choice of the final boundary condition may explain certain unaccounted for phenomena, or even supply a mechanism for essential free will. In this context we believe that a new conception of time should be adopted.
Gestión Pública, Incentivos y Remuneraciones en Chile
Rallo,Miguel ángel Cornejo;
Tékhne - Revista de Estudos Politécnicos , 2009,
Abstract: during last the 10 years the officials government of the public administration have worked under a scheme of remunerations that includes monetary incentives to the good yield by means of a scheme of payment by performance. one of the great advances of this process is the make of to have incorporated to the organizational culture of the officials government concepts such as economic incentives or monetary, yield, premiums and other that are understood are own of the world of the businesses.
Nature and Culture in Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles Nature et culture dans Tess d’Urberville de Thomas Hardy
Elisabeth Rallo-Ditche
Between , 2011,
Abstract: In the 19th century, Th.Hardy’s novels offer us a surprising and remarkable example of a reflection on the relationship between Nature and Culture : he undertakes to depict a rural society – in the process of disappearing – which experiences this relationship in a mode other than that of Naturalism (in the sense that Philippe Descola attributes to this word, to designate our western way of considering the world) which was nascent in his time. Before the anthropology of today, Th. Hardy shows precisely a different way of apprehending the world among hodges , in a region of England in the middle of the19th century. He reveals to the reader another way of considering the relationship whith non-human beings, which is just as worthy and interesting as that of the naturalists of his day. The individuals he describes are aware of an inner life and of the experience of their body situated in space but they also have the possibility of understanding the link they have with the non-human beings which surround them. Tess, the main character of the novel Tess of the d’Urbervilles, is one of these individuals, she lives in harmony with Nature and shows another kind of relationship with the plant and animal world. Her social exclusion will therefore be attributable not only to the ethics of society in her time, but also to a new conception of Nature : she cannot live in this world which is becoming one of triumphant Naturalism. In the 19th century, Th.Hardy’s novels offer us a surprising and remarkable example of a reflection on the relationship between Nature and Culture : he undertakes to depict a rural society – in the process of disappearing – which experiences this relationship in a mode other than that of Naturalism (in the sense that Philippe Descola attributes to this word, to designate our western way of considering the world) which was nascent in his time. Before the anthropology of today, Th. Hardy shows precisely a different way of apprehending the world among hodges , in a region of England in the middle of the19th century. He reveals to the reader another way of considering the relationship whith non-human beings, which is just as worthy and interesting as that of the naturalists of his day. The individuals he describes are aware of an inner life and of the experience of their body situated in space but they also have the possibility of understanding the link they have with the non-human beings which surround them. Tess, the main character of the novel Tess of the d’Urbervilles, is one of these individuals, she lives in harmony wit
"La cesión": algunas precisiones y observaciones.
José Rallo Romero
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 1984,
Abstract: La lectura del artículo de Rebeca GRINBERG me ha sugerido estos comentarios, que lo complementan en las limitaciones que imponen la consideración de (da cesión)) desde la perspectiva de la inmigración. En 1972 publicamos R. COROMINAS, M. SAMANES, J. F. ACOSTA y el autor de estas notas, el artículo La cesión, una forma especial de adopción. Su dinámica y sus consecuencias ,Desde los más diversos puntos de la geografía espa ola numerosos colegas nos confirmaron los hechos clínicos allí descritos, lo cual era, a la vez, un testimonio de su frecuencia.
La cesión de los hijos.
José Rallo Romero
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 1994,
Abstract: Reservamos el término psicoanálisis en sentido estricto para designar la ciencia que estudia el inconsciente, su estructura y su funcionamiento, lo cual se lleva a cabo en la situación analítica en el seno de la relación transferencia-contratransferencia; sin embargo los conocimientos así adquiridos van a poder ser utilizados en otras situaciones, con lo que podríamos hablar de psicoanálisis aplicado. Cuando el terreno al que se aplica es el de la clínica psiquiátrica lo que hacemos es utilizar este marco teórico referencial para la comprensión de los fenómenos psicológicos anormales. En las décadas de los 40 y 50, con la gran expansión del psicoanálisis en los Estados Unidos llevada a cabo por la inmigración de gran número de psicoanalistas europeos a aquel país, su influencia fue tal que se acu ó el término Psiquiatría Dinámica, sinónimo de psicoanálisis aplicado a la psiquiatría. Sin embargo parece preferible, dada la ambigüedad que se creó en torno al término dinámico , la denominación de psiquiatría de inspiración psicoanalítica o simplemente psiquiatría psicoanalítica. Si el núcleo del análisis es la vida interna, la realidad psíquica, y la práctica psicoanalítica se centra en ella directamente en la sesión, en la práctica clínica nuestro punto de partida es algo distinto. Sin perder de vista esto que podemos llamar nuestro centro de gravedad, sin embargo la abordamos a partir de situaciones concretas, sociales, familiares. En realidad, este aspecto sociogénico, sociológico, en un amplio sentido, ha sido siempre tenido en cuenta por el psicoanálisis. Si el mundo interno fue rápidamente el centro de interés de Freud, sin embargo las influencias ambientales no fueron desatendidas sino todo lo contrario. De ahí que una de las grandes aportaciones del análisis es el haber demostrado la influencia del entorno en los primeros a os de la vida para el desarrollo normal y patológico de la personalidad.
Gestión Pública, implementación de estrategias y presupuesto. El caso del Servicio de Impuestos Internos chileno
Miguel ángel Cornejo Rallo
Revista Enfoques : Ciencia Política y Administración Pública , 2008,
Abstract: This article analyzes the relationship between strategies and budget. It presents the theoretical discussion regarding the possibility that Public Agencies may use the budget as a means ofimplementing strategies, as well as the way to do it. The article takes the case of the Servicio de Impuestos Internos, which shows a successful alignment of this organization’s strategies and its budget. Its two major strategies -information technology and human resources- show a close link with their respective budgets during the corresponding years of implementation. It concludes that the public managers should link their budgets to the strategies to beimplemented, even though budgets have a yearly period of validity and implementation.
The Rebirth of the Musical Author in Recent Fiction Written in English
Carmen Lara-Rallo
Authorship , 2012,
Abstract: In his 2005 monograph on The Author, Andrew Bennett reflects on how “authorship is central to the way in which critical practice is currently conceptualized and theorized”. The rebirth of the author in contemporary criticism is being accompanied by a renewed fascination with the figure of the author as the subject of recent fiction. This can be seen reflected in current portrayals of real and fictional writers such as Henry James, in David Lodge’s Author, Author (2004), or Olive Wellwood, in A.S. Byatt’s The Children’s Book (2009). Moreover, the recovery of the author can be traced as well in the context of the emergence of music as a fertile referent for interartistic narratives. In terms of the dialogue between contemporary fiction and music, there seems to be a common interest in the image of the author, both in the act of creation, as a composer, and of re-creation, as a performer. Works such as Bernard MacLaverty’s Grace Notes (1997), Vikram Seth’s An Equal Music (1999), Conrad Williams’ The Concert Pianist (2006), or Kazuo Ishiguro’s Nocturnes. Five Stories of Music and Nightfall (2009) favour the author-musician’s perspective as they interact with music in different ways. In light of this, the aim of this article is to explore the process of rebirth of the musical author in recent fiction written in English, analysing this trend as part of a more general tendency to recover the author’s presence and voice in both fiction and criticism.
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