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The looking glass for the mind, or, Intellectual mirror

Arnaud Berquin

The looking glass for the mind, or, Intellectual mirror

being an elegant collection of the most delightful little stories, and interesting tales

by Arnaud Berquin

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Published by Printed for Evert Duyckinck in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesIntellectual mirror
Statementchiefly translated from that much admired work L"ami des enfans ; with elegant engravings on wood, by Anderson
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 12112
ContributionsBerquin, M. 1747-1791.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationiv, 203 p.
Number of Pages203
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15083204M
LC Control Number87360657

  Most people would reach backwards, people with mirror agnosia reach forwards and bang their hand into the glass. In this study, the researchers noted that “all four patients kept complaining that the object was ‘in the mirror’, ‘outside my reach’ or ‘behind the mirror’. Thus, even the patients’ ability to make simple logical.   Alice’s adventures Through the Looking Glass continue these explorations – including some playful forays into the nature of speech. It begins in the first chapter, when Alice reads a poem.

  Jim Collins, in his book Good to Great, writes about “the window and the mirror,” a simple yet powerful concept exemplified by leaders of companies that made the Good to Great transition: [They] look out the window to apportion credit to factors outside themselves when things go well (and if they cannot find a specific person or event to. Looking-Glass house One thing was certain, that the white kitten had had nothing to do with it:— it was the black kitten’s fault entirely. For the white kitten had been having its face washed by the old cat for the last quarter of an hour (and bear ing it pr etty w ell, consider ing); so y ou see tha t it couldn ’t.

Through the Looking Glass was published in , seven years after the first Alice story, and finds Alice in another imaginary world, this time on the other side of the mirror in her drawing room. Through the Looking Glass has proved to be a more difficult book to adapt in dramatized form for the stage or screen than Wonderland. There was a silent movie in , several radio adaptations over the years, a musical version for television in and a chamber opera in by the Australian composer Alan John to a libretto by Andrew Upton.


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(Arnaud), cn ; Bewick, John, The Mirror of the Mind: Poems (with an autobiography) (), 2 vols; — besides translations from Arnaud Berquin (The Looking-glass for the Mind, Or, Intellectual Mirror: Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories and Interesting Tales) and others, and some minor pieces.

Looking at frontispieces Fig 1. Arnaud Berquin, The looking-glass for the mind: or, Intellectual mirror. Being an elegant collection of the most delightful little stories and interesting tales: In children’s books like John Newbery’s A Little Pretty Pocket Book.

C.H. Cooley attempts to find a middle ground wherein he acknowledges the role of both the individual and the society in forming an individual’s mind, through the metaphor of the looking glass.

Our idea of our self is developed by the opinion of others around us. The cleansing of the ego is careful craftsmanship of the mirror of the mind. The perfection of the mirror is the culmination of meditation and faith. When the mirror is fixed, we see we are whole, holy, and pure – perfect created Children of God.

So long as we have. Or perhaps simply the term for a mirror, "looking glass," was top of mind as a result of the popular success of the Lewis Carroll book.

Thanks to Carroll's book, "through the looking glass. The looking-glass for the mind: or, Intellectual mirror: being an elegant collection of the most delightful little stories and interesting tales, chiefly translated from.

Get this from a library. The looking-glass for the mind; or, Intellectual mirror. [Berquin, M.] -- Thirty-six eighteenth-century stories in which virtue always triumphs over vice and hardship.

A top view is provided in Figure 1. The side of the mirror is about 1 metre long, and is attached in the centre of a long wall, at eye height. Now imagine that you have just entered the room through the door.

Note that this is a situation not unlike everyday life. As you look towards the mirror. The looking-glass for the mind ; or Intellectual mirror: Being an elegant collection of the most delightful little stories, and interesting tales. The Looking Glass is the most popular piece I’ve ever published on either the old website or this one.

The reception it got rocked my world. Tens of thousands of people from all over the globe came to read it, and re-read it. People sent links to friends and groups. Others hung links all over the nondual web. It became an event. In some ways, the book is a direct opposite of its predecessor: starting indoors, rather than outdoors, Alice stepping boldly through the looking glass instead of following a rabbit and falling.

Arnaud Berquin (September in Bordeaux – 21 December ) was a French children's author. His most famous work was L'Ami des Enfans () which was first translated into English, albeit bowdlerised, by Mary Stockdale and published in London The Looking-glass for the Mind, Or, Intellectual Mirror: Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightful Little Stories and Interesting.

The concept of looking glass self and its importance can also be seen through the growing social media. They act as the mirror to people where they seek for judgments and feedbacks from other people. Based on likes, comments or followers the sense of a self develops.

the F5 mirror neurons also discharged when the monkey could just imagine what was happening behind the screen. These experiments confi rmed, there-fore, that the activity of mirror neurons underpins understanding of motor acts: when comprehension of an action is possible on a nonvisual basis, such as sound or mental representation, mirror.

unearth the philosophical underpinnings of the Alice and Looking Glass books has had a thirty-three year gestation. I was a graduate student in Philosophy when, for pleasure, I read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. The juxtaposition of the Alice books with my graduate work raised some questions.

“The Looking Glass for the Mind; or unintellectual mirror Being an inelegant collection of the most disagreeable silly stories and uninteresting tales with twenty-four ugly cuts” – an inscription and amplification on the flyleaf and title page of “The Looking Glass for the Mind” by Arnaud Berquin () as written by Mary Greaves, nascent 19th-century book critic.I reach in and wrap my fingers around a triangle of glass.

I hold it to Andy Evans’s neck. He freezes. I push just hard enough to raise one drop of blood. He raises his arms over his head.

My hand quivers. I want to insert the glass all the way through his throat, I want to hear him scream. I look up.