Sigmund Freud (Google Books)

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Medizinische Monatsschrift für Seelenkunde Sigmund Freud. Es wird zum Ereignis für Frau Elsie, dass … so hätte ich ihn adoptieren können. Es ist schon früher vorgekommen, dass ältere Damen sich auf diese Weise Schosshunde ersetzten.

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Medical monthly for Soul Science Sigmund Freud . It’s going to be an event for Mrs. Elsie that … so I could have adopted him. It has happened earlier that older ladies replaced lap dogs in this way .

Neue Berliner Musikzeitung

Feu i l 1 et On. Jean Philippe Rameau. – (Schluss.) Die Compositionen Rameau’s haben einen kunstvoll ausgebildeten Satz und sehr bestimmten Styl, ohne doch ideell den Keim zu dauernder Bedeutung in sich zu tragen. Rameau hatte viele Feinde, doch auch Anhänger, und neben manchem Misserfolge, auch Erfolge; er musste sich diese aber mühsam erkämpfen, so dass sein Lebensextract ein bittersüsses Gemisch aus Leid, Freud’ und Streit war. Als Orgel- und Claviervirtuosen stellte man Rameau neben den berühmten Marchand. Seine Compositionen scheinen mehr Verstandsproducte, als freie Phantasiegeburten zu sein; für unsere Zeit vielfach steif und kalt, haben sie heute kaum mehr als noch ein historisches Interesse, das denn auch neuerdings, wo in Paris Frau Wilhelmine Claus-Szarvady ein Rondeau von Rameau öffentlich vortrug, angenehm ange“ regt wurde. *) Rameau’s Neffe war ebenfalls ein musikalisches Talent; man hat von ihm sogar Claviersonaten. Aber diese würden, ebenso wie ihr Autor, längst vergessen sein, trotz seiner nahen Verwandtschaft nit dem berühmten Rameau, wenn nicht Diderot einen Dialog gedichtet und Göthe denselben übersetzt hätte, in welchem der Neffe die Rolle eines bizarrgenialen Menschen spielt, der z. B. den Schosshund einer Dame aus dem Fenster auf die Strasse hinab warf, weil er musikalisch falsch belle, und ähnliche rappel-köpfische Streiche ausführte. Es ist übrigens nicht gewiss, dass dieser Charakter und die von ihm erzählten tollen Streichen wahr sind. In dem Dialoge Diderot’s (Göthe’s Werke, 1840, B. 30) gewinnt man eine lebendige Anschauung der damaligen musikalischen Ansichten, Streitigkeiten, Künstlercharaktere etc., besonders auch über die damalige Stellung der Rameau’schen Theorie. Dass Brachvogel besagten Neffen zum Helden seines Drama’s „Narciss“ gewählt und Aufsehen damit erregt hat, ist allgemein bekannt. Minder bedeutende Meister dieser Epoche im Clavierspiel sind in Frankreich u. a. Folgende: Ch. H. de la Barre, in der zweiten Hälfte des 17. Jahrhunderts in Paris lebend, war ein sehr geachteter Spieler. Mich. Rich. Lalande, geb. den 15. December 1657, Sohn eines Schneiders zu Paris, wurde ein tüchtiger Spieler und starb als Oberkapellmeister des Königs von Frankreich 1726. Mr. Bertini, 1680–1756, war Cimbalist des Herzogs von Orleans und Componist mehrerer von 1706–1719 beifällig aufgeführten Opern. Louis Nicole Clairem bault, 1676–1749 zu Paris, hat eine Anzahl Claviercompositionen veröffentlicht.

Feu il 1 et On. Jean Philippe Rameau. – (conclusion.) The compositions of Rameau have an artistically formed sentence and a very definite style, without, however, ideally bearing the germ of lasting importance. Rameau had many enemies, but also followers, and along with many failures, also achievements; but he had to laboriously fight for it, so that his life extract was a bitter-sweet mixture of sorrow ‘ Freud’.and quarrel was. As organ and pianoforte virtuoso, Rameau was placed next to the famous Marchand. His compositions seem to be more of a product of the intellect than free fantasies; Stiff and cold for our time, today they have little more than a historical interest, which has been pleasantly stimulated even in recent times, when in Paris Mrs. Wilhelmine Claus-Szarvady publicly recited a rondeau by Rameau. *) Rameau’s nephew was also a musical talent; one even has piano sonatas from him. But these, like their author, would have long since been forgotten, in spite of his close relationship to the famous Rameau, unless Diderot had composed a dialogue and Göthe had translated it, in which the nephew plays the role of a bizarre man, who, for B. the lap dogthrowing a lady out of the window into the street because he was musically wrong barking and performing similar rappel-prankish pranks. By the way, it is not certain that this character and the great pranks he tells are true. In Diderot’s Dialogue (Göthe’s Werke, 1840, p. 30), one gains a vivid perception of the musical views, disputes, artists’ characters, etc. at that time, especially the position of Rameau’s theory at that time. The fact that curlew has chosen said nephew to be the hero of his drama’s “Narciss” and caused a sensation is well known. Minor masters of this era in pianoforte playing in France include the following: Ch. H. de la Barre, living in Paris in the second half of the 17th century, was a very respected player. Me. Rich. Lalande, b. December 15, 1657, son of a tailor to Paris, became an able player and died as chief conductor of the King of France in 1726. Mr. Bertini, 1680-1756, was cimbalist of the Duke of Orleans and composer of several operas from 1706-1719 , Louis Nicole Clairem bault, 1676-1749 in Paris, has published a number of piano compositions.

Canny and childless

Like I said in another post, it’s not so much having a pet that’s the problem but rather any issue with such people has become a norm when it’s widespread. I mean it’s like Samuel Richardson and his ilk were already either documenting or mocking those characters whether in nonfiction (old news reports and studies) or their fictions (a blurry one when you consider rumours) but the latter became the norm in the developed world.

Along with many more clinging onto their youth and other childish attachments that they should forgo. (That should also include some married couples with children given some childless people aren’t that attached to animals.) Considering that there were already people sneering at lonely women and their lapdogs (any other pet), it’s as if these have become the norm in a way.

Like the spinster character ‘Dona Clothide’ from El Chavo del Ocho’s become commonplace whilst her saner counterparts with actual children grew rarer. Their own fears over such characters came true and one that makes one wonder about it in hindsight.

That self-fulfilling prophecy

If the likes of Samuel Richardson are any indication, there were already characters wary of childless people who preferred (lap)dogs and any other pet to actual children as to assume they’re involved in bestiality and lesbianism or are selfish (Margaret Sanger’s biography). Even if they’re not necessarily childless, it’s not hard to assume any degree of jealousy and suspicion that they misplaced any feeling for human beings.

Not that there’s anything wrong with caring for pets. What’s more alarming’s that the suspicions during the early modern to early 20th century have become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Like I said, there’s nothing wrong with having dogs (or any other animal) but that it takes a self-fulfilling prophecy to ensure it becomes a big enough phenomenon in later years.

It’s already there before with critics sneering at lonely women and their pets (this also included dogs, monkeys and birds). What’s changed’s that it’s on its way to becoming the norm in the developed world. Quite alarming in hindsight given those criticisms.

Kind of harrowing but

Sophie’s Choice’s disturbing for many reasons but the biggest being that the mother’s uncertain whether to allow her family to survive or not. Eventually only one of them got taken away to spare the rest. Consider what’ll happen in the Flash should Caitlin Snow become a werewolf. After killing so many innocent civilians for torturing animals, Barry’s confronted with either killing Caitlin to spare people’s lives or let her live and kill a lot more.

He opts for the former, given he’s hellbent on punishing her for killing his closest friends and family. However wolf fans would be really outraged at this, never mind that those people are the ones he cares a lot and to make matters worse, people feel worse for the killer wolf rather than her victims being a bunch of POCs.

(Kind of racist given Barry cares about them yet wolf fans don’t consider the context.)

There’s a reason why Red Riding Hood and Wolf and the Kids have so much staying power. If that’s your pet or child killed by a wild beast, wouldn’t you be reasonably livid about it? Maybe not always but it does resonate deeply if you care about them. Anyways it’s inevitable in this context so fans should brace for Barry to kill Caitlin for killing so many innocents in her wake.

Barry’s choice

Given werewolf Caitlin Snow might end up killing so many civilians by allowing her baser tendencies to get the better of her, Barry Allen would be left with a Sophie’s choice. Either by allowing her to live and kill so many more people or to kill her himself and spare so many more. I guess it might be controversial if because more people pitied the killer wolf over the killer wolf’s black victims.

Never mind that those black victims are shown to be Barry’s relatives and allies. I mean it’s like black lives matter less than a wild animal’s never mind that with Caitlin Snow as an evil werewolf, Barry Allen’s justifiably mad at her for killing his trusted friends and family. Going so far to kill her as to avenge them. But wolf fans won’t like it never mind that Barry had to save more people this way.

Never mind the inevitable Red Riding Hood undertones. (Sadly almost nobody mourned the loss of Barry’s friends and family even if canonically he does care about them.) It’s going to be unpopular with wolf fans despite Barry’s intentions to save many more people in-story.

Bad Winter Weather

Like I said, turning Caitlin into an evil werewolf (albeit one occurring after she got raped only to kill her rapist and use his DNA as well as those of canids to augment herself and cure herself of ALS) would be really devastating. Not only would she become really livid from what’s done to her but in allowing Killer Frost to take over, she becomes uncontrollably violent and evil.

Until she gets killed by Barry Allen (twice if you include the comics). I mean it’s like Little Red Riding Hood when you think about it. Not to mention reminiscent of Alan Moore’s Marvelman stories when it comes to having similar plot points (as well as that of Twilight of the Superheroes). Though one wonders if it’s going to provoke wolf fans before. (Sadly enough, that overwhelms Barry’s good intents canonically speaking.)

It’s like a Sophie’s choice where Barry has to kill Caitlin to keep many more innocents safe or have her live and lose so many more. Given Barry opted the former, it leads to another problem over why so many more lost their cool over the killer rather than the victim. Especially if it’s a black victim at that.

Even if Barry’s actions were justified, it’ll divide people. Never mind that he risked saving more civilians this way by killing Caitlin Snow with an infinite mass punch, given she killed his family.

Something for personal use

It’s one thing to be inspired by something but given this sometimes gets brands like Zara and H&M into trouble, it’s best to make your ripoffs for mostly private use. Whatever that means as it’s a grey area but one that keeps somebody on the safer side of things. Whatever the inspiration, be it folk clothing (from other countries and communities though that also leads to other problems) or actual brands (there’s the risk of plagiarism) it’s best to have it for personal use.

Not necessarily any better but for most of the part, keep your plagiarism (and cultural appropriation if you will) to yourself and better still if you’re a big nobody. As for children’s clothing, the biggest inspirations are Victorian era and folk clothing (from Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Russia, China, Uganda and Cameroon) there’s almost already a good solution to having to change clothing a lot is to devise something that nearly fits all sizes.

As in one that can accomodate a wearer’s changing proportions over time. Something like a dress being reused as a blouse (especially if/when said dress’s based on an existing blouse). Conversely speaking, it’s possible to do an abaya or sarafan from basing them after existing dresses (with some modifications). Heck, you could do a Filipiana blouse from copying or modifying an existing pattern. Not necessarily easy.

But necessarily possibly if one’s willing. Now as for copying from brands, whilst copying from other communities and countries can risk some degree of cultural appropriation (or appreciation depending on individual), this kind of plagiarism’s fine for as long as it’s completely private. You could copy and modify dresses from the Fairy Gothmother brand but get away with it for as long as it’s not sold.

Same for copying stuff from higher end or better known brands like Vivienne Westwood, Unica Hija and Bayo. Both of them occupy a grey area where these exist as personal expression but also risk not giving another credit so it’s something one has to do with care should they insist on using their influences at all.