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Insight Into the Fracture of the Soul: the Poetics of Isaković’s Stories Between the Lyrical Setting and Dramatic Grotesque

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Društvene i Humanističke Studije, Vol 3, Iss 2 (5), Pp 13-28 (2018)

Abstract:Abandoning experiences of the traditional Bosnian narrative prose, Alija Isaković composes the storyusing a dynamic synthesis, transformations and mixtures of different forms. Therefore, his stories need to be interpreted in a wider cultural context, n...

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Digital restoration of fragmentary human skeletal remains: Testing the feasibility of virtual reality.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of forensic and legal medicine [J Forensic Leg Med] 2019 Aug; Vol. 66, pp. 50-57. Date of Electronic Publication: 2019 Jun 14.

Abstract:Experts in forensic anthropology and medicine have become gradually accustomed to examining components of the human body in the virtual workspace. While the computer-assisted approach offers numerous benefits, the interactions with digital three-dimens...

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MOSAIC+: Fragment retrieval and reconstruction enhancement for virtual restoration.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Visual Languages & Computing. Dec2015 Part B, Vol. 31, p139-149. 11p.

Abstract:When a piece of art from the past is found, it is often broken into several fragments. This is a very common case with frescoes and pottery. Reconstruction from these fragments requires human expertize and it is almost always very hard, if not impossib...

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Psychic reality and the nature of consciousness.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):The International journal of psycho-analysis [Int J Psychoanal] 2016 Feb; Vol. 97 (1), pp. 5-24. Date of Electronic Publication: 2015 Nov 25.

Abstract:In this paper we make the case for a psychoanalytically informed reconsideration of the phenomena of consciousness. Classically, following Freud, who viewed consciousness as merely a reflection or perception of unconscious mental activity, psychoanalys...

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