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song 2027*(T): (non-stop)

New York-Kennedy, NY (JFK) > Los Angeles, CA (LAX)

leaves:
9:45pm, Friday 26 Aug 2005

arrives:
12:40am, Saturday 27 Aug 2005

base fare

$124.65 (USD)

taxes/fees

$18.05 (USD)

price per passenger (1)

$142.70 (USD)

total price

$142.70 (USD)

RENO to NYC

Itinerary and Fare Information
Depart
Arrive
Flight # and Details

6:35 PM 05 Sep 2005
Reno, NV
8:14 PM 05 Sep 2005
Phoenix, AZ
Flight: 429
Class: Coach
Boeing 737-300
On-Time: 80-90%
Meal: None
Travel Time: 1 h 39 m
9:57 PM 05 Sep 2005
Phoenix, AZ
5:33 AM 06 Sep 2005
New York, NY (JFK)
Flight: 18
Class: Coach
Airbus A320
On-Time: 80-90%
Meal: None
Travel Time: 4 h 36 m

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NYC to LA
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song 2027*(T): (non-stop)
New York-Kennedy, NY (JFK) > Los Angeles, CA (LAX)
leaves: 9:45pm, Friday 26 Aug 2005
arrives: 12:40am, Saturday 27 Aug 2005

$117.70 (USD)
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LA to Reno
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Pickup Location: Los Angeles International Airport-LAX/In-terminal/LOS ANGELES, CA Pickup Location Phone: 866-434-2226 Return Location: Reno International Airport-RNO/In-terminal/RENO, NV Return Location Phone: 866-434-2226 Pickup Date/Time: SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 2005 @ 1:00 AM Return Date/Time: MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 05, 2005 @ 3:00 PM Vehicle Type: Convertible ( Chrysler Sebring or similar )
Currency: U.S. Dollar
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YOUR RATE IS: 1 Week at $139.99 per week. Unlimited mileage.
3 Extra Days at $27.99 per day.
Base Rate: $223.96
Taxes, Surcharges And Fees:
ONE WAY DROP CHARGE: $102.30
STATE TAX: $26.92

Total Estimated Charges: $353.18

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RENO to NYC

AMERICA WEST AIRLINES – Itinerary and Fare Information
Depart
Arrive
Flight # and Details
6:35 PM 05 Sep 2005
Reno, NV
8:14 PM 05 Sep 2005
Phoenix, AZ
Flight: 429
Class: Coach
Boeing 737-300
On-Time: 80-90%
Meal: None
Travel Time: 1 h 39 m
9:57 PM 05 Sep 2005
Phoenix, AZ
5:33 AM 06 Sep 2005
New York, NY (JFK)
Flight: 18
Class: Coach
Airbus A320
On-Time: 80-90%
Meal: None
Travel Time: 4 h 36 m
Summary (1 Passenger)
Base Fare
$174.00

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katharsis and explanation attempt on the struggle of life through copy pasting

This kind of interpretation has reached a new posi-
tion through later psychology. Arthur Schopenhauer,
Friedrich Nietzsche, and Sigmund Freud have shown
how pleasure and pain are connected with each
other—in the way Plato and René Dubos have pointed
out—and that men do not act to sacrifice pleasure
according to the pleasure principle of hedonism. In
fact, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and Freud insist that
men desire to take risks, to be shocked, to suffer pain,
not in order to obtain pleasure subsequently. Of course,
the actual uses of tragedies—writing of new tragedies
and stage directing and interpreting old tragedies—
have been biased by this change of psychology.

wikipedia– Catharsis is a sudden emotional breakdown or climax that constitutes overwhelming feelings of great pity, sorrow, laughter, or any extreme change in emotion that results in the renewal, restoration and revitalization for living.

Catharsis is a form of emotional cleansing first defined by the Greek philosopher Aristotle. It originally referred to the sensation that would ideally overcome an audience upon finishing a tragedy. The fact that there existed those who could suffer a worse fate than them was to them a relief, and at the end of the play, they felt ekstasis (literally, astonishment), from which the modern word ecstasy is derived. While seemingly related to schadenfreude, it is not, however, in the sense that the audience is not intentionally led to feel happy in light of others’ misfortunes; in an invariant sense, their spirits are refreshed through having greater appreciation for life.

The term catharsis has been adopted by modern psychotherapy to describe the act of giving expression to deep emotions often associated with events in the individuals past which have never before been adequately expressed.

http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/cgi-local/DHI/dhi.cgi?id=dv1-36

http://www.taxterandspengemann.com/weeden_writing.html –

Catharsis and Productive Futility
In the absence of concrete gains one is more readily prone to turn toward metaphysical implications of the witnessed act. The artist has attained no object at the other end of the task , so what has been achieved? Of foundational importance is the actual labor engaged in the performance. There is a certain transcendent purpose to be deduced from this obtuse procedure. By engagement of the gesture the artist has experienced a phenomenon from which his perception will have changed from when the act was first initiated. What is accomplished is a sort of catharsis, wherein the artist, the art and its audience experiences a more focused consciousness of what the act of producing work, and living life, entails. This altered perception of experience is the benefit of the action, an abstract reward. In a manner of speaking, these banal endeavors embody what shall be hereafter
referred to as a condition of productive futility. Whereas the immediate action provides no material object, the individual’s achievement lies in the expanded understanding of endeavor and, ideally, knowledge of the self.

The notion of a transformative effect known as katharsis is rooted in Aristotle’s Poetics, chapter 6 in which purification of the emotions results from vicarious experience, especially through an encounter with theatrical drama; tragedy in particular. The term itself originates from the Greek language definition, meaning literally a cleansing or purging. (3) In Aristotle’s
view, a performance is effective because of the work’s hamartia, or tragic flaw attributed to the work’s protagonist. Empathy with the character in the performance arises from pity and fear. Pity is the emotion felt toward the portrayed when that someone suffers an undeserved misfortune. Fear comes about from the realization that the performer resembles oneself.

Let us consider these properties in relation to the work of To What End? where the hamartia is most evident in From One Place to the Next. Calderwood’s misfortune is that there is nothing on the opposite end of the wall once he’s reached the other side. The effort put into getting there is ostensibly moot, a waste of time and energy. His flaw is the presumption that one side will be better than the other, that he will be more satisfied with life and himself for having completed the task of arriving from one place to another.

Of the various interpretations of katharsis theory, the cognitive view is most relevant to Calderwood. Rather than the purgation or purification stances that advocate more traditional approaches declaring medical and moral outcomes of catharsis, the cognitive view suggests that the function of catharsis is in providing clarification for having been through the act’s experience. (4) It is an intellectual and emotional effect in which the spectator is made aware of one’s own desire for the expression and revealing of personal significance within broader human society. The performance’s encounter should produce an altered perception of oneself, and of who one is in relation to others. An audience should realize a newly expanded understanding of human potential as well as reconcile oneself with forces more powerful than any particular person. (5)

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Laetoli Footprints

the earliest record of truly bipedal gait. And romantism.

I recognized this piece as soon as I saw it. I cannot confirm the relationship from the description on the burning man site. But I still say it’s a beautiful art piece inspired from an archeological find. Although my hope is that Laetoli footprints are made by a male and his female companion rather than a mother and a child.

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The sculpture represents a mother (30' tall) and a child (20' tall), walking side by side through an unspecified time. Their hands are extended toward each other, the mother's over the child's, and from her hand pours a liquid flame. The flame mingles in the child's hand for a moment, then pours into a long pool of fire which flows before them. The hands on the outside of the figures are extended and from each a gentle stream of water pours and collects on either side of their bodies into long reflecting pools which flow forward toward the horizon. From behind each figure trails a series of burning footprints which diminish as they get further from the figures, marking the history of each and the energy they shared with the earth during their passage. The mother's gaze is fixed on the child. The child is looking forward to the horizon, at the future.

http://www.burningman.com/installations/05_art_grant.html

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Posted in Uncategorized on July 5th, 2005 by turgan | | 0 Comments