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den Anfängen bis zur Renaissance, Tyrolia-Verl, Bozen, 2007 , p. 531 . [18] Hall B. S. The technological

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Introduction 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

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Introduction 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

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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

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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

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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

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Ofenkacheln in Ungarn IV). ArchÉrt 111, 58–95. Holl I. 1993 Renaissance-Öfen. Acta ArchHung 50, 139–214. Holl I. 2002 Középkori kályhacsempék. Egy 120 éves kutatási terület. In: Havassy P. (szerk

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Notes 1. Erwin Panofsky , Studies in Iconology; humanistic themes in the art of the Renaissance , first edition, New York 1939

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prononcée par les Chinois en vue de l'apprentissage Granet M., La pensée chinoise , La Renaissance du Livre, Albin Michel, Paris, 1968. La

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The renaissance of Palestrina's music, which in the 19th century was of particular interest to musicians music-lovers in Italy and abroad, was largely influenced by the performance practice given to it by the Cappella Sistina, the despositary of this heritage.

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