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Stephen Nachmanovitch is an artist -violinist, poet, writer, composer, computer graphic designer- and a teacher. In his Improvisation workshops, Stephen Nachmanovitch invites us to the empowerment of our creative potentials through a particular attitude towards life and art: Do you play and improvise everyday?

How do you train in that? Yes, I play and improvise everyday, and so does every human being on the planet, because we are talking, we are not reading down our conversations before we have them and almost everything that everybody does all day long is unscripted, so we are all practicing. And you practice or prepare by improvising.

As I am sitting at the table talking to you now, I am feeling like a little pain in my left hip, so I am noticing that. This is just normal activity. Like when you are sitting in a chair and you feel a little discomfort and then you wiggle your body around a little bit. I felt something in my hip, I wiggled my body around and adjusted it and now I feel good. So you feel something, you adjust yourself, and now stepheen feel better. Someone says something to you, you listen to him, you respond.

We all adjust our body and respond to a pain or a tightness all the time. So, when you are pursuing it consciously you are becoming aware of it. Like when you asked about practice or preparation, it is the same sort of thing: In that way you discover an enormous variety of responses. So I happen to be sitting here with a camera. A camera can take pictures with the lens wide open or narrowed down, depending on how much light there is.

A good camera will have a big range of diameters of its iris, so that it can adjust to a wide variety of light conditions. So that if you have a lot of settings to the camera, then the camera can adjust to many light conditions. If you nachmankvitch a lot of things that you can do in movement, with respect to your instrument, or with your voice or whatever your art form is, then you can adjust. And pushing that range. So that if you are playing with a partner and you want to respond to that partner you now have a wide range, you are sort of going beyond yourself to more forms of activity.

Because, instantaneously, they can start to improvise together, naturally and freely, without any premise. Your actions are very simple and minimalist. Less is more in this sense? You discovered it for me! The interesting thing is that everybody does something. Everybody has something to contribute, and part of the reason why it works, of course, is nachnanovitch we have created a circle of people who feel safe and trust each other, even if they have nachamnovitch met before.

And there is always something to do, because what we do is very simple. For example, everybody can remember any square window when you see one, because it is a simple structure that everybody can remember. So, simple is really great. It is the atmosphere that you are trying to stephwn, then?

Right, it is creating the atmosphere of the safe space. Because also it is important to bring this into spaces that sfephen non-safe. A few days ago I was in Dachau. It was really interesting for me to go there, in particular because I used to know a man named Herbert Zipper who was born in When I knew him he was in his nineties.

He was a prisoner in Dachau and he started a clandestine orchestra in the concentration camp.

They found some musicians, who had previously been wonderful musicians and now they were slaves and prisoners, and they made some instruments out of junk pieces of wood with wire. He created songs and they sang together. Some of his songs jumped from one concentration camp to another. Which are the benefits to consciously practicing improvisation? Nachmanocitch course, for me in my life, it is the stephrn thing that I can practise.

Practising improvisation simply means being. Wether you are by yourself freee playing with other people, you just play naturally and allow things to come out. You regard things with some interest and you change them. You know, in terms of practicing traditional music, we think in terms of correcting mistakes. Practicing improvisation is just making little changes, to keep adjusting -as when you wiggle your back around and wiggle your head around and become balanced sitting in a chair or playing your instrument.

In terms of practicing music, you see the piece as a relative thing.

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You talked also about mistakes. And on our experience, nachmanovtch our musical education and training, sometimes we had teachers that they acted like they were hunting mistakes… Like they are looking for mistakes so to kill them! Yes, these attitudes have a lot of presence in musical education now and it had in the past. In our education we normally punish the mistake.

In your view, which is the power of mistakes in the learning process?

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Yes, punishing is terrible. What I was talking about was adjusting the way you are doing things. You just wiggle the wheel, you just adjust it… When playing music, you may want to have a beautiful frree, or you may want to find certain pitch, or whatever is what you are going for in that piece of music, but instead of thinking of mistakes as something to hunt and kill you just think in terms of natural adjustment. One day I was at Julliard in New York, and these were students that were incredible musicians.

They were much better musicians that I am. Many of them had never improvised before and they did some beautiful improvisations. And then, the third improvisations that they did was kind of off, they were not really listening to each other, and you could see the guilt on their faces, like they had made a mistake. He had the image of Mozart, like the young stepphen prodigy who was going around Europe playing for all the kings and queens, and bringing money in for the family.

Free he thought his son, Ludwig von Beethoven, would be the next one like that. Beethoven would practice all day, and the father had a big stick, and he would smack it on the fingers when he made a mistake. When you talk about hunting and killing mistakes, nacgmanovitch is that idea there. So I had the students do finger-kissing. You say that our most potent muse is our inner child. Why is it so important to recover our inner child, and the attitude of playing in our life situations?

Is it in your stomach or is it in your pancreas? Of course, that is ridiculous, you know? All this things are completely normal, there is nothing about it that is unusual or strange.

People have conversations, they laugh, their body start shaking and then, they become a slightly different person, so that is in a sense, recovering your inner child, ok? People get playful and people get less playful. Like when we talked about wiggling in terms of adjusting your body, or adjusting your sound as a musician, it is all the same thing.

Again we are wiggling around between nacchmanovitch more serious and the less serious. Though, of course, play is not the opposite of seriousness, because you see children or adults playing together and they are anchmanovitch very serious and very concentrated and doing something that seems very important at the time and that is also play…. It is sfephen important, yes. I often work with mixed groups of musicians and dancers, and we often have this preconceived idea that, if we have a performance or even a class with musicians and dancers, the musicians will sit in a corner here and make sound, and the dancers will take up the space and move.

And it is very important for musicians to know that they can move and that dancers can make noise. There is still what you call disciplinary -though this nouns are always a little bit troubling to me- but there is also the interconnection between all those different specialties. Westerners freak out when they hear that word, because they hear the word dree, and nachmanovjtch think you are talking about nihilism.

But what we are actually talking about is like: Ok, nachmaovitch is a wooden table, and we can see the grain of the wood, we can see that it came from a tree, and the tree came from billions of years of organic evolution, and organisms changing and nachmaonvitch and changing. Somebody cut the tree. The person who cut the tree had his or her own life history, which is part of this table, and somebody planed the wood into boards and made the table.

And those people have their own life history. The table nchmanovitch part of chemistry, is part of physics, is part of biology, is part of industrial design, is part of economics.

Eventually the table, beautiful as it is, will become junk or burned, or something will happen to it, and its molecules will go some place else. So nacgmanovitch is impermanent. So it is full of the whole universe. The only thing it is nachmamovitch of is an inherited existence: So, when you create a university, clearly the chemists who study the molecular composition of the wood, are going to have a particular perspective on it that nach,anovitch go deeper into their specialty than you and I go, and the physicists will, and the economists will.

And when the musicians and the dancers play together, the dancers will probably move with more flexibility, speed and beauty, in a way, than the musicians will, but, for the musicians freee participate in the movement is very important.

And the musicians may be able to play their instruments more extensively than the dancers can, nafhmanovitch still they ply participating together. So the disciplines are really great, really important, to the extent that you can go deeper into the chemistry, deeper into the dance, deeper into the economics, and explore each of those things with a level of detail. But then, we also need the improvisational sense, to realize that all of these things are impermanent and that they are all participating in a bigger reality that we share in.

Is there a link between plau work you do and a process of self-knowledge or introspection? Is it a target or is it something that just unfolds?

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Gideon Rose The author surveys three prominent theories of foreign policy and shows how the works under review set out a Neoclassical realism argues that the scope and ambition of a country’s foreign policy is driven first and foremost. Neoclassical realism and theories of foreign policy; Gideon Rose · World Although international relations theory has been dominated for two decades by. Neoclassical realism is an approach to foreign policy analysis. Initially coined by Gideon Rose in a World Politics review article, it is a combination of classical realist and neorealist – particularly defensive realist – theories.

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Neoclassical realism holds that the actions of a state in the international system can be explained by intervening systemic variables — such as the distribution of power capabilities among states — as well as cognitive variables — such as policcy perception and misperception of systemic pressures, other states’ intentions, or threats — and domestic variables — such as state institutions, elites, and societal actors within society — affecting the power and freedom of action of the decision-makers in foreign policy.

While holding true to the realist concept of balance of powerneoclassical realism further adds that states’ mistrust and inability to perceive one another accurately, or state leaders’ inability to mobilize state power and public support can result in an underexpansion or underbalancing behaviour leading to imbalances within the international system, the rise and fall of great powers, and war:.

According to one review study, Neoclassical realism has primarily been criticized for its “apparent ontological and epistemological incoherence”. Neoclassical realism has been used to explain a number of puzzling foreign policy cases, such as the volatility in South Korea-Japan relations[4] Fascist Italy ‘s foreign policy, [5] Slobodan Milosevic ‘s decision-making during the Kosovo crisis[6] the theogies of the Cod Wars between Iceland and the United Kingdom, [7] and Iran’s foreign policy choices after the American invasions of Afghanistan tehories Iraq.

Persons mentioned as neoclassical realists, and the year of the release of the work associated with this classification include: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

The Journal of Politics: The enduring relevance of the realist tradition. The United States, Japan, and Korea”.

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The folder containing the recorded file The number of the recorded file representing how early the file was Recording resumes from that point. To record according to each recording situation scene selection According to various recording scene, you can change the recording items, such as REC Mode page 75Mic Sensitivity page 76etc. For details on scene selection, see page The remaining time Flashing The stop mode window appears. Select the file you want to play page icd-x412 Playback will start soon, and the playback indicator will light in green.

To stop playback Press stop. Icd-ax4112 Pause function go back to the beginning of Press icd-ax4112 current file go manuao to previous files Press pressed to go back the files continuously. This is the area used to manage podcast files transferred from your computer. Only the voice folders will be displayed when you purchase the IC recorder.

The music folders and the from your computer page 88, Erasing P Note Once icd-a4x12 recording has been erased, you cannot retrieve it. Select the file you want to erase when the IC recorder is in the stop or playback mode page When a file is erased, the remaining files will advance so that there will be no space between files. The 11th file has been erased and the following files have had their numbers reduced by 1.

Meeting To record in a variety of situations, such as recording in a conference room. Voice To record dictation with a Notes microphone in front of your mouth. Interview To record human voice at a distance of 1 to 2 meters 40 to 80 in. Recording a voice note By placing the IC recorder close to one side of your mouth, you can icd-xa412 breathing on the built-in microphones, and record with clear sound.

Built-in microphones Recording an interview Place the IC recorder so that the built-in microphones face the interviewee. Scene Select settings For details on the menu items and settings, see pages 72 through During playback of file 3 File 3 File 4 After adding a recording File 3 Added recording Select the file to which you want to add a recording first.

The menu mode window will be displayed. Press stop to exit the menu mode.

IC recorder facing toward you. For the latest information about the memory cards that have been tested, please access the support home page for the IC recorder: Press stop to stop recording.

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The built-in speaker will be automatically disconnected. Decreases the speed by 0. Increases the speed by 0. When you press and hold each button, you can change the speed continuously. To resume normal playback mode — To resume normal playback: To stop A-B repeat playback: To change the segment specified for A-B repeat playback: Then specify a new finishing point B, as in step 2. You can have a file played back on a specified date, once every week, or at the same time every day.

When the playback ends, the IC recorder will stop automatically. Playback via Other Devices Recording with other equipment Tape recorder, mini disc recorder, etc. Before you start recording, we recommend you make a trial recording first.

Connect the i headphone jack of the IC recorder to the external input terminal of other equipment using a When you move a file to another folder, the original file in the previous folder will be erased.

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Select the folder containing the files you want to erase when the IC recorder is in the stop mode. You can add a maximum of 98 track marks to each file. File 1 File 2 A file is divided.

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A protected file is marked with the protect icd-ax421 and is regarded as a read-only file you cannot erase or edit. P Note If you do not press any button for 60 seconds, the menu mode is automatically canceled and mankal window will return to the normal display.

Initial setting Allows you to choose a recording scene item for each situation as follows: Meeting InterviewLectureAudio IN Icdd-ax412 you choose a scene, the following recording items are automatically set to their optimum settings for recording situations: Initial setting Easy Search Sets the easy search function. The easy search function does not work. Initial setting Divides a file at all the track mark positions. The track mark division is executed.

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BREAKTHROUGH SPEED READING PETER KUMP PDF

Breakthrough Rapid Reading by Peter Kump from Wood Reading Dynamics. presents his do-it-yourself program for increasing reading speed. Generally recognized as one of the best books on the subject is ‘Breakthrough Rapid Reading’ by Peter Kump. Kump was National Director of Education for. As a fast and versatile reader since the early nineties, I own and have read both books, as well as most books in the genre. Peter Kump’s book is much older.

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Return to Book Page. Breakthrough Rapid Reading by Peter Kump. This program distills fundamental principles and skills chat can be learned at home with the help of the drills and exercises provided.

And because it lets readers choose their own materials and set their own pace, it’s the ideal method for busy people juggling a full schedule. He has taught rapid reading to White House staff, corporate groups, and individuals.

He lives in New York City. PaperbackRevised editionpages. Published November 1st by Prentice Hall Press first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Breakthrough Rapid Readingplease sign up.

The basic tech of the book is moving your fingers, which is not very practical to use on your digital equipment. See 1 xpeed about Breakthrough Rapid Reading…. Lists with This Book. Jan 12, Jeremy marked it as gave-up. Unlike the rest of the books in my “gave up” shelf, this book ended up here by no fault of the book itself.

The content that I did cover was very good, well-organized, and effective. In the first couple of chapters I was able to increase my speed significantly without losing comprehension. What I came to discover, though, is that I don’t want to read fast. There, I said it. For me, speed reading is like speed eating. I don’t want to learn how to eat my meal in 30 seconds because I LOVE food and I Unlike the rest of the books in my “gave breeakthrough shelf, this book ended up here by no fault of the book itself.

I don’t want to learn how to eat my meal in 30 seconds because I LOVE food and I don’t want to miss the nuances of flavor, even if it means missing out on other foods. I love slowly turning the pages and experiencing the book. Even if it means reading less books. So there you have it. If reading is utilitarian for you, go for it. But I’ll pray for your soul, because reading is a treat. Mar 16, Amy Hardison rated it it was amazing. I am already reading at least 3 times faster than I did before I started reading this book.

However, it is a hands-on book. It has daily exercises. While I have explored some speed reading in the past, the thing I love about peterr book is the idea that rapid reading with good comprehension is a learnable skill. Your brain learns how to read and comprehend words as units, without subvocalizing them. In other words, the frustration that might occur early on because comprehension is l I am already reading at least 3 times faster than I did before I started reading this book. In other words, the frustration that might occur early on because comprehension is low, is only temporary– if you keep practicing.

May 13, Jeff rated it it was amazing. This book actually works, if you put in the effort to practice daily. OK I skipped a few days so it took me two months to finish instead kukp six weeks. My reading rate tripled with full comprehension, from words per minute petwr I can achieve much higher rates with some comprehension loss.

If you are a student or need to read for your job, the techniques around selective reading and recall will help you to hit much, much higher rates while getting everything you need out of a book or art This book actually works, if you put in the effort to practice daily.

If you are a student or need to read for your job, the techniques around selective reading and recall will help you to hit much, much higher rates while getting everything you need out of a book or article, magazine, email, etc. I wish I had discovered this 15 years ago. I could have read three times as many books over those years, and it would have been an enormous help in grad school. Apr 03, Bryan marked it as did-not-finish Rezding So many books, so little time!

I feel that my comprehension has suffered a little. I need to practice the excercises in the first half of the book for awhile before I move on to the rest of the book. But, I do intend to finish this eventually. Jan 17, Jim is currently reading it Shelves: Picking this up again. I hope this book will help me read faster while still enjoying and comprehending what I read. As a starting point, I ukmp at the speed of an average college student.

The 36 chapters are to be read one per ,ump and reading them Picking this up again. The 36 chapters are to be read one per day and reading them and doing the associated exercises take about minutes. The course work is for a 6 week period. So you don’t do reading exercises in lieu of other reading. Kump defines reading as “looking at the printed words and getting enough meaning from them to satisfy your purpose. Just an effort to go faster and stay focused.

The book chapters and drills seemed to be divided into drills that focus on: BRR exercises increase stress over a period of time. I like the idea of this book as there are some books I have avoided as I feel I would lose interest if they took too long to complete.

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Stay tuned for further details. View all 18 comments. Sep 24, Travis rated it really liked it Shelves: Okay, after finally having some time to read books again, I realized that I was going to have to learn how to read faster. I had heard little things here and there about speed-reading, but I didn’t understand it.

I love reading and hated the idea that I would be pushing myself to read faster at the expense of enjoyment or comprehension. But this book pointed out that there are ways to read much faster that can help with both. It does come down to that old paradox about quantity vs.

So, after researching books on speed reading, Spee found this one with the highest praise and reviews and started in on it. It was fantastic as he pointed out that many of us have several factors that limit our reading speed. One is that our eyes make saccads from word to word instead of moving smoothly.

Watch anyone’s eyes closely who reeading reading and you’ll readkng that this is the kumo. But Kump points out, you can force your eyes to move faster by dragging your finger under the words and then your eyes will flow kunp you can actually force them to move faster.

Also, you can read faster if you practice. After only 2 weeks, and with some tedious measurements, I found I really could force myself to read almost twice as fast.

Another little trick he points out is that many of us read as slowly to ourselves as we do when we readiing out loud, even though there is no vocal petrr limit to how fast our eyes move, we still pronounce the words to ourselves as we read. That is a habit that is hard to break, but when worked at, can increase our reading speed dramatically. Loved the book, it changed the way I read.

But it was hard for me to have the self discipline to do all the exercises, and keep timing myself to measure my progress. Aug 25, Zanny rated it really liked it Recommends it for: As far as I know, this is the premier text for speed-reading.

I first used it for a class during my second year of college. Despite the fact that I was far peher consistent in working through the book than I should have been, I more than doubled my reading speed without substantial loss in comprehension. If a slacker like me can make that kind of improvement I recently started going through the book again and have once again seen a drastic improvement in both my fiction and nonfiction rates. Co As far as I know, this is the premier text for speed-reading.

View all 3 comments. Jan 23, Leon M rated it really liked it Shelves: Ingenious book on speed reading techniques that really guides you through acquiring the skills as if you were in a real course with instructor and everything.

You will really need to practice if you want to acquire the skill of speed reading – Breakthgough took an hour and more for all the pratice drills every day in the last week! Jul 20, May Ling rated it really liked it Shelves:

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Gore, I. and McCarthy, A.M. Boeck’s Sarcoid: Report of a Case Involving the Stomach. Guibert, H.L. Maladie de Besnier-Boeck-Schaumann à localisation. Al padecimiento se le conoció como enfermedad de Besnier-Boeck-Schaumann hasta , cuando se realizó el Congreso Mundial de Sarcoidosis en Londres. BOECK’S sarcoid frequently involves the lymph nodes and the lungs, but involvement of the Garcia Moran, J.: Enfermedad de Besnier-Boeck- Schaumann con.

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An ulcer 2 cm. The gastric wall was greatly thickened, and the mucosa had a velvety appearance. InGore enfermead McCarthy 2 published their study of a year-old man who complained of burning epigastric pain and eructation after meals.

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