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Stasi File Authority - Project Group Reconstruction Time required for the Reconstruction: 1 worker reconstructs on average 10 pages per day 40 workers reconstruct on average 400 pages per day 40 workers reconstruct on average in a year of 250 working days 100,000 pages There are, on average 2,500 pages in one sack 100,000 pages amounts to 40 sacks per year In all, at the Stasi File Authority there are 15,000 sacks This means that to reconstruct everything it would take 40 workers 375 years.Anna Funder Reconstructs Sayings By Anna Funder: Stasi File Authority - Project Group Reconstruction Time required for the Reconstruction: 1 worker reconstructs
The artist reconstructs the world to his plan. The symphonies of
nature know no rests. The world is never quiet; even its silence eternally resounds with the same notes, in
vibrations that escape our ears. As for those that we perceive, they carry sounds to us, occasionally a
chord, never a melody. Music exists, however, in which symphonies are completed, where melody gives
its form to sounds that by themselves have none, and where, finally, a particular arrangement of notes
extracts from natural disorder a unity that is satisfying to the mind and the heart.
Albert Camus Reconstructs Sayings By Albert Camus: The artist reconstructs the world to his plan. The symphonies ofnature know no rests. The
Every President reconstructs the Presidency to meet his own psychological needs.Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. Reconstructs Sayings By Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.: Every President reconstructs the Presidency to meet his own psychological needs.
We must begin to understand that the gospel deconstructs a man before it reconstructs him. First it teaches him he is entitled to nothing, and then it give him everything.Matt Papa Reconstructs Sayings By Matt Papa: We must begin to understand that the gospel deconstructs a man before it reconstructs him.
A spy, like a writer, lives outside the mainstream population. He steals his experience through bribes and reconstructs it.John Le Carre Reconstructs Sayings By John Le Carre: A spy, like a writer, lives outside the mainstream population. He steals his experience through
The task of these emerging churches, they contend, is one of "dismantling first and then...rebuilding." They realize that this makes the traditional church uneasy. But, the add, the rebuilding stage cannot be rushed. The work of undoing is essential. "What to some may appear to be pointless complaining is part of a larger process of dismantling ideas of church that simply are not viable in postmodern culture. The emerging church even calls the church to deconstruct itself before it reconstructs itself for ministry in a postmodern climate.Jim Belcher Reconstructs Sayings By Jim Belcher: The task of these emerging churches, they contend, is one of "dismantling first and then...rebuilding."
These are the oldest memories on earth, the time codes carried in every chromosome and gene. Every step we've taken in our evolution is a milestone inscribed with organic memories. From the enzymes controlling the carbon-dioxide cycle, to the organization of the brachial plexus and the nerve pathways of the pyramid cells of the mid-brain. Each is a record of a thousand decisions taken in a chemical crisis. Just as psychoanalysis reconstructs the original traumatic situation in order to release the repressed material, so we are now being plunged back into the archaeopsychic past, uncovering the ancient taboos and drives that have been dormant for epochs.J.G. Ballard Reconstructs Sayings By J.G. Ballard: These are the oldest memories on earth, the time codes carried in every chromosome and
Memory never recaptures reality. Memory reconstructs. All reconstructions change the original, becoming external frames of reference that inevitably fall short.Frank Herbert Reconstructs Sayings By Frank Herbert: Memory never recaptures reality. Memory reconstructs. All reconstructions change the original, becoming external frames of
The pain of the narcissist is that, to him, everything is really a threat. What doesn't surrender in reverence is blasphemous to a high opinion of oneself - the burden of self-importance. The narcissist reconstructs his own law of gravity which states that all things and all creatures must adhere to his personal satisfaction, but when they do not, the pain is far more intense than it is for one who is free from the clamors of 'I'.Criss Jami Reconstructs Sayings By Criss Jami: The pain of the narcissist is that, to him, everything is really a threat. What
[W]hen the modern mythmaker, the writer of literary fairy tales, dares to touch the old magic and try to make it work in new ways, it must be done with the surest of touches. It is, perhaps, a kind of artistic thievery, this stealing of old characters, settings, the accoutrements of magic. But then, in a sense, there is an element of theft in all art; even the most imaginative artist borrows and reconstructs the archetypes when delving into the human heart. That is not to say that using a familiar character from folklore in the hopes of shoring up a weak narrative will work. That makes little sense. Unless the image, character, or situation borrowed speaks to the author's condition, as cryptically and oracularly as a dream, folklore is best left untapped.Jane Yolen Reconstructs Sayings By Jane Yolen: [W]hen the modern mythmaker, the writer of literary fairy tales, dares to touch the old
The earliest religious texts in the West ascribe to humankind both a prehistory and a destiny among the gods. M. David Litwa presents a striking survey of the varieties the latter of these beliefs has had, both within and outside the Christian tradition. Becoming Divine reconstructs an accessible and fascinating mosaic of this too-long neglected idea, utilizing figures as disparate as Orphic cultists, Augustine, and Nietzsche.Terryl L. Givens Reconstructs Sayings By Terryl L. Givens: The earliest religious texts in the West ascribe to humankind both a prehistory and a
"Hard" science fiction probes alternative possible futures by means of reasoned extrapolations in much the same way that good historical fiction reconstructs the probable past. Even far-out fantasy can present a significant test of human values exposed to a new environment. Deriving its most cogent ideas from the tension between permanence and change, science fiction combines the diversions of novelty with its pertinent kind of realism.Jack Williamson Reconstructs Sayings By Jack Williamson: "Hard" science fiction probes alternative possible futures by means of reasoned extrapolations in much the
I must admit that it seems like my mind really reconstructs some things, and in a very - I just know that it seems like some things are not as I remembered them when I do some investigation.Jens Lekman Reconstructs Sayings By Jens Lekman: I must admit that it seems like my mind really reconstructs some things, and in