Synonyms for premodern or Related words with premodern
Examples of "premodern"
Norma M. Field is an author and emeritus professor of East Asian studies at the University of Chicago. She has taught
Japanese Poetry and Prose,
Japanese Language, and Gender Studies as relating to Japanese women.
1974-79 House and Nude Prints (Transition B) - the tension aroused by
Stage one (“
traditional society”): This is before the onset of the
Copious art dating back to the Pleistocene in Europe confirms their consumption in
times, as well.
Areas of professional interest: South-Asian
literature, Islam in the Indian Subcontinent, Sufism, South-Asian performing and visual arts.
• "Religions of the Silk Road:
Patterns of Globalization", revised 2nd edition, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
societies, space and place largely coincided...Modernity increasingly tears space away from place'. Whereas in the
'every thing has its assigned place in social space', postmodernists would proudly proclaim that 'we need to substitute for the magisterial space of the past...a less upright, less Euclidean space where no one would ever be "in his final place" '.
Japan age 15, 16, 17, etc. corresponded roughly with modern Japanese and Western ages 14, 15, 16, etc. The average age of genpuku was therefore 15 to 18 in
Japanese reckoning, and 14 to 17 in modern reckoning.
theology doubt was "the voice of an uncertain conscience" and important to realize, because when in doubt "the safer way is not to act at all".
The diamond-shaped "igeta" mark is reminiscent of a type of frame placed over a well in
Japan and was the logo of Riemon Soga's "Izumiya" company.
Jainism has been present in Maharashtra since ancient times. The famous Ellora Caves demonstrate that Jainism was part of a thriving religious culture in Maharashtra in
Critics contend that this unification is not unique to Islam but to the
era, or at least the era around the time of Muhammad.
In this same way, but "namely, to find some scheme that could accommodate both "
" and "modern" worldviews, and thus integrate "religion" and "science""; because "the core of
religion was the "Great Chain", and since the essence of modernity was the differentiation of the "value spheres" (the "Big Three" or the "four quadrants")" [emphasis added], Wilber's text claims to accomplish a reintegration of "religion" and "science" by conjoining ""the Great Chain with the four quadrants"" [emphasis in original].
While the inland provinces retained their
character for much longer, the Dutch Republic by about 1600 had maritime provinces Holland, Zeeland, Friesland, Groningen, and a part of Utrecht that possessed:
Christina Laffin is an Associate Professor in the Department of Asian Studies at the University of British Columbia. She is also a Canada Research Chair in
Japanese literature and culture, and co-director at the Centre for Japanese Research.
The Han dynasty was a unique period in the development of
Chinese science and technology, comparable to the level of scientific and technological growth during the Song dynasty (960–1279).
In addition to the unit numerals, there are three inherited numeral nouns. These are now obsolete, but well attested in the
manuscripts. Morphologically, they are ordinary prefixed nouns.
cosmologies and esoteric systems of thought are based on an emanationist view of reality. If the Cyclic view is temporal, then emanation is a non-temporal precursor to the theory of spiritual evolution.
Anthropologists believe the
Mosuo family system has withstood modern Chinese marriage practices (identical to Western monogamous marriages) for many reasons. The practice of walking marriage allows two people to pursue intimacy as equals purely for the sake of satisfaction.
“Early Imperial China, from the Qin and Han through the Tang.” In "Fiscal Regimes and the Political Economy of
States". Ed. Andrew Monson and Walter Scheidel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
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