The aim of this work is to provide a possible definition for Renaissance antiquarianism. This cultural pathway, which influenced the way the past was interpreted between the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries, represented a methodological perspective which involved the cross-referencing of heterogeneous sources, strongly linked to mankind’s perception of time and that helped shape a renewed historical consciousness. Focus will be devoted to a possible history of the phenomenon and a general explanation of its methodology.
Authors:Xue Kang, Gabriella Medvegy and Yufang Zhou
Conclusion Memory allows human culture to continue. The revival of rural ruins is the hope that the development of rural architecture will heal mankind. The renaissance of rural ruins is to hope for the cure mankind by allowing the development of rural
-Narra, 2019 ) are not enforceable, rendering them optional for most training programs.
The psychedelics renaissance has not extended to Black America. Black people continue to use psychedelics at lower rates than Whites ( CBHSQ, 2018 ) and like much of
Authors:Jamilah R. George, Timothy I. Michaels, Jae Sevelius and Monnica T. Williams
“ It [psychedelic therapy] really does need to be a collective healing for all of us…If we’re really in the midst of a psychedelic renaissance, who are we leaving behind? ”
– Jae Sevelius, Injustice, Intersectional Trauma, and Psychedelics
One commonly misunderstood area of Western psychedelia concerns the psychoactive ointments of the early modern and Renaissance eras. Many may not know that what is often amorphously considered a “flying ointment
As the psychedelic renaissance is intensifying, we are at a very critical juncture. We can either continue business as usual and perpetuate the hegemony of western science over other ways of knowledge, or step back
cultures for centuries if not millennia ( Nichols, 2016 ). We are in the midst of a psychedelic renaissance, with scientific research into the properties of these compounds expanding rapidly ( Sessa, 2018 ). Although much of this current research has been
the psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy renaissance, the PTSD literature highlights several existing and urgent public health issues. A DSM-5 ( American Psychiatric Association, 2013 ) diagnosis of PTSD may be made when there is an identifiable
notorious distortions when it comes to psychedelics, especially outside of wealthy occidental countries. This paper argues that the so-called “psychedelic renaissance” has not reached Central Europe en masse, despite an indisputable need for a modernized