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Authenticity in the Perspective of Sport Tourism: Some Selected Examples

References Bednář, M. (2009). Pohyb člověka na biodromu: cesta životem z pohledu (nejen) kinantropologie /Movement of human being at biodrom: the way in life from point of view (not only) kinanthropology/. Prague, Czech Republic: Karolinum. Berger, K. (2008). Turistika /Sport Tourism/. Prague, Czech Republic: Slovart. Chvatík, I. (1998). Problémy s autenticitou II /The Problems with Authenticity II/. Reflexe, 19, 1-17. Dreyfus, H. (1991). Being-in-the-World: A Commentary on Heidegger's Being and

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‘In Drag’: Performativity and Authenticity in Zadie Smith’s NW

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Zadie Smith’s latest novel, NW, presents a multiverse in which multiplicity is driven into homogeneization by the forces of those dominant discourses that attempt to suppress the category of the “Other.” This paper focuses on the development of the two female protagonists. Their opposing attitudes towards motherhood, together with their confrontation with their origins, bring to the fore the performativity found in the discourses of gender, sexuality, class, and race. Thus, this paper will explore authenticity and performativity in a contemporary context, where patriarchal and neocolonial discourses still apply.

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Authenticity, Reception and Media Reality

Authenticity, Reception and Media Reality

This article deals with the reception of media reality, which is meant to be an alternative mode of consciousness, and with the phenomenon of authenticity and its understanding within media reality. It is also pointed out the distortion in the reception of media reality. As an unifying concept for media education and for the treatment of reception defects it is mentioned media anthropology - an interdisciplinary, respectively trans-disciplinary science, which can provide more consistent re-analyzing of the relationship between man and media as tools for improving his skills. From the methodological point of view the method of epistemological anarchism, Paul Feyerabend's "anything goes" is explained as an epistemological translation tool for developing reviewing competences and reception skills as a whole (organic reception). We propose to deal the distortion of media reception in different therapeutic ways: from sensory deprivation, through media substitution, organic reception, to transcendence of the observer and imitation of media - meta-creation. In the sense of organic, systemic reception we in fact propose to "copy" the communication strategy of media system(s) in order to extend or set appropriate "epistemic" competences. In the related illustration of this mechanism, the theory of A. Weinstock is applied for setting a research indifference point in the middle of a fictive reception continuum of polarities sympathy and antipathy with media. This paper represents a part of activities, which summarize author's dissertation thesis Reception instruction in the media reality, where there are presented not only analyses and attempted typology of reception instructions, but also case studies with specific proposals for teaching and researching within areas of media ethics and media education.

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Major royal jelly proteins as markers of authenticity and quality of honey / Glavni proteini matične mliječi kao markeri izvornosti i kakvoće meda

References 1. Singhal RS, Kulkarni PR, Rege DV. Honey: Quality criteria. In: Singhal RS, Kulkarni PR, Reg DV, editors. Handbook of indices of food quality and authenticity. Chapter 7. Cambridge. Woodhead Publishing Ltd.; 1997. p. 358-85. 2. Israili ZH. Antimicrobial properties of honey. Am J Ther 2014;21:304-23. doi: 10.1097/MJT.0b013e318293b09b 3. Bogdanov S. Antibacterial substances in honey. Bee Products Science 2008;1-10. 4. Irish JS, Blair S, Carter DA. The antibacterial activity of honey

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Preservation of authenticity and determination of identity of landscape ecology as one prerequisite of its future development (selected theoretical and meta-scientific aspects)

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Authenticity and identity of landscape ecology is the core and synthesis of inherent conditions determining its development. Bringing into line the development of the theory, methodology and application it is possible to strengthen the social and scientific relevance of landscape ecology as the reflection of its theoretical-applied and educational maturity or development. Preservation of authenticity and determination of identity of landscape ecology depend first of all on the relationship between landscape-ecological research object (what is researched), landscape-ecological research approach (how it is researched) and landscape-ecological research subject (who researches). These three parts of landscape-ecological research are subject to a permanent development and change. The delineated meta-scientific, e.g. universal remarks seem to be applicable in an effort to ensure the preservation of the authenticity and identity as the condition of further development for the science solving the ecological-environmental and socio-economical problems in the landscape.

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Authenticity and Analytic Style

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The question that has prompted this article could be formulated as follows: what are the vicissitudes of the analyst’s subjectivity in the bi-personal models and, more specifically, in the Bion field model? Using a clinical vignette, the author shows his own “toy box” mainly the way he uses reverie and the interplay between plot and characters in the session.

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Ars Vitae and Sport

Heideggerian analysis of skydiving. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 37, 29-46. Ferrara, A. (1994). Authenticity and the Project of Modernity. European Journal of Philosophy, 2, 241-273. Ferrara, A. (1998). Reflective Authenticity: Rethinking the Project of Modernity. London and New York: Routledge. Fromm, E. (1964). The Heart of Man: Its Genius for Good and Evil. New York: Harper & Row. Heidegger, M. (1977). Sein und Zeit . Frankfurt am Main: V. Klostermann. Heidegger, M. (1962

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Authenticity, Truth, Lie: A New Perspective

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In this work the author considers how the Freudian psychoanalytic paradigm has been transformed by Bion’s theory and how the transference-countertransference dynamics must be transferred into an oneiric way of thinking. Here, a “quid” of lie becomes necessary to compare the traumatic experience of the patient with the analyst’s capacity to suffer his own personal and professional critical steps. If the analyst is to contact the O of the patient, it is necessary for him to contact his own O – during his training and in his personal narrative. Truth needs a “bit” of lie to be born, and the lie of the dream is one of the possibilities for intercepting the truth that the patient brings in analysis or, at least, the only truth that the patient can live. This truth, however, needs a share of lie (of poetry, of dream) in order to generate new emotions and new life.

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The Art of Fielding

REFERENCES BION, W.R. (1997). Taming Wild Thoughts . Karnac Books, London. BOCCARA, P. GADDINI, A. RIEFOLO, G. (2009). Authenticity and the Analytic Process. Am J Psychoanal 69 :348-362. CIVITARESE, G. (2014). Between “other” and “other”: Merleau-Ponty as a Precursor of the Analytic Field. Fort Da 20 :9-29. FERRO, A. (2017). The pleasure of the analytic hour. It Ann 11 :67-78. KATZ, W.W. (2016). The Experience of Truth in Psychoanalysis Today. Psychoanal Quart 85 :503-530. LA FARGE, L. (2008). On Knowing Oneself

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The Authentic and Inauthentic Sport in the Hermeneutic and Phenomenological Perspectives

Particular to Sports Ethics. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport. 32 (1), 49-64. 20. REID, H., 2012a. Athletic Beauty in Classical Greece: A Philosophical View. Journal of the Philosophy of Sport. 39 (2), 1-17. 21. REID, H., 2012b. The Political Heritage of the Olympic Games: Relevance, Risks, and Possible Rewards. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy. 6 (2), 108-122. 22. THOMPSON, K. & C. M. MATHESON, 2007. Culture, authenticity and sport: a study of event motivations at the Ulaanbaatar Naadam Festival, Mongolia. In: J. Cochrane. Asian Tourism: Growth

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