"Nguyên lý hội họa đen trắng - The laws of black and white" được biên dịch từ "Hắc bạch họa lý" của tác giả Vương Hoằng Lực do Nhà xuất bản Mỹ thuật Liêu Ninh - Trung Quốc xuất bản. Nội dung cuốn sách trình bày khái quát hình thức nghệ thuật của hội họa, ý nghĩa sâu sắc của hình thức, giá trị của cái Đẹp hình thức, qui luật và nguyên tắc của hình thức,... ở hội họa đen trắng. Mời các bạn cùng tham khảo phần 1 cuốn sách.
Cuốn sách "Nguyên lý hội họa đen trắng - The laws of black and white" là một tác phẩm lý luận mỹ thuật có tính khoa học, tính hệ thống, tính hoàn chỉnh với nội dung phong phú, trình bày xác thực tỉ mỉ, tranh lời tương ứng, cố gắng hình tượng hóa lý luận nghệ thuật thị giác. Nối tiếp nội dung của phần 1 cuốn sách, phần 2 trình bày các nội dung từ chương 9. Mời các bạn tham khảo.
It was approximately one year ago when Rhonda Byrne's book and movie The Secret became a media phenomenon. The Law of Attraction is not a new theory, it has been around for a very long time, but in 2006-2007 it was getting spotlighted at every turn. I even kept a month-long blog diary, Affirmative Project - Living in an Affirmative Light, in January 2007. I have experienced an abundant year. How about you? I predict that the LOA is going to see a second round of fame come January 2008, its theory goes hand in hand with making New...
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Ever since ‘The Secret’ people everywhere are asking how they can make the Law of Attraction work. Most people have found themselves feeling that it isn’t as easy as they thought it would be and they can’t figure out why the Law of Attraction works for some people but not for them.
Instructors want to educate their students to become knowledgeable consumers of legal services.
Students want to become successful managers, capable of planning to avoid legal problems
and of making more informed decisions when confronted with legal issues regarding
the marketing of goods and services. This textbook is designed for both audiences.
Experiencedmarketing managers know that the law affects marketing activities in a multitude
Abtract of doctoral dissertation of jurisprudence: "The law on the enterprises' righr to equal treatment in Vietnam" aimed to form scientific foundation for the improvement of the legal framework to promote enterprises’ right to equal treatment in Vietnam.
The UNCLOS replaces the older and weaker 'freedom of the seas' concept, dating from the 17th century: national rights were limited to a specified belt of water extending from a nation's coastlines, usually three nautical miles, according to the 'cannon shot' rule. This topic provides knowledge of united nations convention on the law of the sea (UNCLOS).
THE Universe is governed by Law - one great Law. Its manifestations are multiform, but viewed from the Ultimate there is but one Law. We are familiar with some of its manifestations, but are almost totally ignorant of certain
others. Still we are learning a little more every day - the veil is being gradually lifted.
We speak learnedly of the Law of Gravitation, but ignore that equally wonderful manifestation, THE LAW OF
ATTRACTION IN THE THOUGHT WORLD.
When I began writing The Law (In Plain English)
® series more than a quarter
of a century ago, I was a full-time law professor and practicing lawyer. As an
academic, I felt that my mission included providing educational tools for my
students. In my role as a practicing attorney, I realized the importance of hav-
ing material available for nonlawyers to help them understand the complex
legal rules they are required to follow. It was my belief that The Law (In Plain
English)® series would serve these goals, and over the years, my expectations
Ebook Intellectual Property Law: Part 1 presented the following basic content introduction to intellectual property, trade marks, procedure before the patents office, the duration of the registration, the law of passing off, made by a trader in the course of trade, international conventions, the copyright and related rights act 2000, the enforcement of copyright.
One of America’s greatest judges famously observed that ‘taxes are what
we pay for civilised society’, 1 and from the earliest times English men
and women were called on to pay for the costs of managing the state in
an orderly way, providing an infrastructure of good government and
defence. 2 As the eff ective government of a state depended to a great extent
on the condition of its fi nances, the state’s power to tax its subjects was
central to its relationship with them, and the law of tax its principal and
voluminous formal expression....
The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is
one of the most important multilateral conventions in history. Adopted
in 1982, and effectively completed in 1994 with a revision of Part XI on
Deep Seabed Mining, the Convention is today in force for 160 nations
plus the European Union. In its 17 parts encompassing 320 articles
with nine annexes (and Final Act with six annexes) the Convention is
the authoritative contemporary basis for the law of the sea.
Historically, the law did not involve itself too much in the regulation of
marriage. An individual was free to ‘marry’ merely by the exchange of vows, or
by the act of sexual intercourse with their partner. This lack of legal regulation
led to the term ‘common law wife’, which is still in use today, although having
little, if any, legality or rights attached to it. The law did, however, start to
become involved in marriage in the 18th century, and now legislation provides
the rules surrounding the process of marriage.
This study traces the history of the law of bills and notes in England
from medieval times to the period in the late eighteenth and early
nineteenth centuries when bills played a central role in the domestic
and international financial system. It challenges the traditional
theory that English commercial law developed by incorporation of
the concept of negotiability and other rules from an ancient body of
customary law known as the law merchant.
.Family and the law in eighteenth-centuryfictionoffers challenging new interpretations of the public and private faces of individualism in the eighteenth-century English novel. John P. Zomchick begins by surveying the social, historical and ideological function of law and family in eighteenth-century England's developing market economy. He goes on to examine in detail their part in the fortunes and misfortunes of the protagonists in Defoe's Roxana, Richardson's Clarissa, Smollett's Roderick Random, Goldsmith's The Vicar of Wakefield and Godwin's Caleb Williams.
The English Jacobin Novel on Rights, Property and the Law
Critiquing the Contract
Nancy E. This is a project that has long been in the works; therefore, there are
numerous friends and colleagues to acknowledge. I am indebted to
Alex Gold, Jr., who ﬁrst introduced me to the English Jacobins, and
Michael McKeon, who started me on the road to interdisciplinary
studies in the eighteenth century.
The Law did not produce a philosophical conversion for me as much as it created order in my thinking about liberty and just human conduct. Many philosophers have made important contributions to the discourse on liberty, Bastiat among them. But Bastiat’s greatest contribution is that he took the discourse out of the ivory tower and made ideas on liberty so clear that even the unlettered can understand them and statists cannot obfuscate them. Clarity is crucial to persuading our fellowman of the moral superiority of personal liberty....
In 1998, the income of English football clubs was in the region of £700 million.
Since 1990, clubs have spent £600 million in upgrading grounds. The net asset
value of the 92 clubs is around £200 million, rising to over £1 billion if the
players in whose contracts the clubs invest are regarded as assets. The current
Premier League TV deal alone is worth £670 million over five years
(Szymanski and Kuypers, 2000, p 1).
The first football club to be listed on the stock market was Tottenham
Hotspur, back in 1983, when Irving Scholar was chairman....