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  • (Modern studies) Modern Studies is a subject unique to the Scottish secondary school curriculum , that is concerned with the study of local, national and international issues from a social, political and economic perspective.
    table
  • Postpone consideration of
  • Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting
  • a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"
  • postpone: hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"
  • a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs; "it was a sturdy table"
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Oliver Wendell Holmes in Paris: Medicine, Theology, and The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table (Becoming Modern: New Nineteenth-Century Studies)
Oliver Wendell Holmes in Paris: Medicine, Theology, and The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table (Becoming Modern: New Nineteenth-Century Studies)
Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.'s Breakfast Table Trilogy was a series of extremely popular essays published in The Atlantic Monthly from its first issue in 1857 to 1870. Speaking to the cultural and religious concerns of the period, these essays made Holmes famous on both sides of the Atlantic.

Author William C. Dowling brings together literary criticism, philosophy, and the history of science to re-examine the Breakfast Table Trilogy through the lens of what Holmes learned as a medical student in Paris in the 1830s--during the Paris revolution in clinical teaching that laid the foundations of modern medicine. There, the young Holmes gained the experience that would eventually manifest so richly in the Breakfast Table Trilogy, which Dowling argues was the major American contribution to the literature of Victorian religious anxiety, keeping company with the works of Tennyson and Carlyle.

Though based on the uncompromising philosophical materialism of such works as La Mettrie's L'Homme machine, his experiences in Paris would ultimately suggest to Holmes an alternative view of the bleak physical universe brought into view by Lyell's Principles of Geology and Darwin's Origin of Species. In the Breakfast Table Trilogy, as well as in the writings he produced during his career at Harvard Medical School, Holmes would argue that science, as much as art, music, or literature, was the creation of a human consciousness existing outside or beyond purely physical laws. Holmes's metaphysics of consciousness, Dowling maintains, accounts for his enormous impact on readers on both sides of the Atlantic during the later nineteenth century. In his Paris medical studies lie the hidden origins of that religio medici, or "physician's religion," that would subsequently permit Holmes, in the pages of The Atlantic Monthly, to emerge as spiritual physician to an age of religious doubt.

"In Dowling's narrative, one can virtually see Holmes developing into the great physician, anatomist, teacher and thinker he would eventually become, all written . . . from the perspective not only of medical theory but also the atmosphere and worldview born out of the zeitgeist to which he was exposed during his time in Paris. This is as much a philosophy book as it is a biography, a study of a distinctive period in medical history or a panoramic and yet intimate survey of early nineteenth-century Paris. This book is a wonder." --Sherwin B. Nuland, M.D., author of How We Die: Reflections on Life's Final Chapter, winner of the National Book Award

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Bonnard, Pierre (1867-1947) - 1910c. Study for a Portrait of the Artist Edouard Vuillard (National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC)
Bonnard, Pierre (1867-1947) - 1910c. Study for a Portrait of the Artist Edouard Vuillard (National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC)
Oil on wood; 46 x 37.8 cm. Pierre Bonnard was a French painter and printmaker, as well as a founding member of Les Nabis. He was born in Fontenay-aux-Roses, Hauts-de-Seine. He led a happy and carefree youth as the son of a prominent official of the French Ministry of War. At the insistence of his father, Bonnard studied law, graduating and practicing as a barrister briefly. However, he had also attended art classes on the side, and soon decided to become an artist. In 1891 he met Toulouse-Lautrec and began showing his work at the annual exhibition of the Societe des Artistes Independants. His first show was at the Galerie Durand-Ruel in 1896. In his twenties he was a part of Les Nabis, a group of young artists committed to creating work of symbolic and spiritual nature. Other Nabis include Edouard Vuillard and Maurice Denis. Bonnard is known for his intense use of color, especially via areas built with small brush marks and close values. His often complex compositions—typically of sunlit interiors of rooms and gardens populated with friends and family members—are both narrative and autobiographical. His wife Marthe was an ever-present subject over the course of several decades. She is seen seated at the kitchen table, with the remnants of a meal; or nude, as in a series of paintings where she reclines in the bathtub. He also painted several self-portraits, landscapes, and many still lifes which usually depict flowers and fruit. Bonnard did not paint from life but rather drew his subject—sometimes photographing it as well—and made notes on the colors. He then painted the canvas in his studio from his notes. In 1938 there was a major exhibition of his work along with Vuillard's at the Art Institute of Chicago. He finished his last painting, The Almond Tree in Flower a week before his death in 1947. The Museum of Modern Art in New York City organized a posthumous retrospective of Bonnard's work in 1948, although originally it was meant to be a celebration of the artist's eightieth birthday. Two major exhibitions of Bonnard's work took place in 1998 at the Tate Gallery in London, and at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
Surgical Anatomy: The Embryologic And Anatomic Basis Of Modern Surgery
Surgical Anatomy: The Embryologic And Anatomic Basis Of Modern Surgery
Surgical Anatomy: The Embryologic And Anatomic Basis Of Modern Surgery SKANDALAKIS J. Editeur : PASCHALIDIS MEDICAL PUBLICATIONS Date de parution : 28/02/2008 406 pages ISBN : 9789603990741 Resume: This new 2-volume reference, edited by John E. Skandalakis, will help surgeons, residents and students to achieve just that. The result of his 50 years of experience - in both teaching surgical anatomy and in practicing surgery - it provides an overall understanding of the body's processes through a greater awareness of embryology and anatomy. It takes a fresh approach to surgical anatomy by appointing two anatomists and two embryologists as the other editors and more than 20 international general surgeons and specialists as contributors. All have participated in writing chapters to provide modern philosophies about: -topographic anatomy -relations to anatomic entities -current surgical trends -anatomic complications. It is these surgical philosophies, not techniques, which are the focus of the book. The book is organised for quick and easy use. For example, everything a surgeon needs to study the stomach is included in the chapter by that name. Only if coverage overlaps are readers referred elsewhere in the book for additional information. Each chapter is a separate essay from an embryologic, anatomic and surgical viewpoint and follows the format below: -historical table -embryology and congenital anomalies (brief) -surgical and topographic anatomy in relation to neighbouring organs (detailed) -histology and physiology (brief) -surgical applications and anatomic complications (detailed).

modern study table
modern study table
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