The Mind's I is the third studio album by the Swedish melodic death metal band Dark Tranquillity, released in 1997. In 2004, The Mind's I was re-released under Osmose Productions and in 2005 by Century Media Records with new layouts, the four-song Enter Suicidal Angels EP, two live videos and the music video for the song "Hedon".
All in the Mind is the sole studio album by American house music act the Bucketheads, released in August 1995 by Big Beat Records in the United States and shortly after by Positiva Records in the United Kingdom. Unimpressed with what he perceived to be fellow producers copying his characteristic style, producer Kenny "Dope" Gonzales launched the Bucketheads as a stylistic detour to explore influences such as disco, hip hop and Latin music, hoping to throw his audience a 'curveball'
In Your Mind is the fourth solo studio album by Bryan Ferry, the former lead vocalist for Roxy Music. It was his first solo album consisting entirely of original songs: the first two had been cover albums, the second concluding with an original song, the third a collection of B-side and EP material consisting of cover versions. As Ferry's first solo all-original LP effort, released after Roxy Music went on a four-year hiatus, it was supported by an extensive tour.
Making Up the Mind book. Making Up the Mind: How the Brain Creates Our Mental World. Uses evidence from brain imaging, psychological experiments and studies of patients to explore the relationship between the mind and the brain. Demonstrates that our knowledge of both the mental and p Written by one of the world's leading.
The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living’ has become embedded in popular culture as one of the most iconic images of contemporary art. Conceived by Hirst in 1989 whilst at Goldsmiths, the ‘Natural History’ work consists of a thirteen-foot tiger shark preserved in a tank of formaldehyde, weighing a total of 23 tons. As Hirst states: You try and avoid, but it’s such a big thing that you can’t. That’s the frightening thing isn’t it?. In 1997 ‘The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living’ was included in ‘Sensation: Young British Artists from the Saatchi Collection’ at the Royal Academy, London. A decade later, Hirst chose the work as the focal piece in ‘Re-Object’ (Kunsthaus Bregenz, 2007) – in which Hirst, Jeff Koons and Gerhard Merz each presented an artist’s statement in an exhibition exploring the influence of Marcel Duchamp.
The most common emotional responses to sexual harassment, battering, and rape are guilt, fear, powerlessness, shame, betrayal, anger, and denial. Guilt is often the first and deepest response. Anger may arise only later; this is not surprising, because as women we often have no sense of a right to be free from these kinds of violence. Blaming the victim releases the man who commits violence from the responsibility for what he has done. I'd never do that, so rape won't happen to m. Women are not guilty for violence committed by men on our body, mind, and spirit. This violence happens because of men's greater power and their misuse of that power.
CreditsChris Laskos - Composer, Primary Artist
|1||Heaven Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||3:42|
|2||To Whom It May Concern Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||4:14|
|3||Fall Away Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||4:33|
|4||Patience Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||4:05|
|5||Stranger Girl Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||3:47|
|6||Get Away Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||3:42|
|7||Run and Hide Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||4:17|
|8||Til I'm Found Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||3:12|
|9||A Thousand Tries Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||3:29|
|10||She Said Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||4:35|
|11||When You're an Angel Chris Laskos||Chris Laskos||3:53|