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Petar Vukelić (1806-1875)      Petar Vukelić (1806-1875)
Petar Vukelić (1806-1875)
2010, oil on canvas, 18×18 cm






Petar Vukelić (1806-1875) - Evolution of Body and Revolution of Mind

- Graham Allen; Intertextuality: The New Critical Idiom, 2000.

- Carlos Alvarado; Onset and Terminal Sensations in Out-of-Body Experiences, 1994.

- Arjun Appadurai; New Logics of Violence, 2001.

- James Austin; Zen and the Brain: Toward and Understanding of Meditation and Consciousness, 1998.

- Bernard Bailyn; Faces of Revolution: Personalities and Themes in the Struggle for American Independence, 1992.

- Hasan Bakhshi; The New Keynesian Phillips curve under trend inflation and strategic complementarities, 2007.

- Susan Ball; Ozenfant and Purism: The Evolution of a Style, 1915-1930, 1978.

- Peter Benes; Itinerant Physicians, Healers and Surgeon-Dentists in New England and New York, 1720-1825, 1992.

- Nada Beros; A Trustee of New Cartography, 1996.

- Adam Biela; Analogy as a Cognitive Vehicle in a New Domain, 1998.

- Olaf Blanke; Out-of-Body Experiences and Their Neural Basis, 2004.

- Lynn Bloom; Gertrude Is Alice Is Everybody: Innovation and Point of View in Stein's Autobiographies, 1978.

- Irmgard Bontinck; New Patterns of Musical Behaviour: A Survey of Youth Activities in 18 Countries, 1974.

- Zuzana Boselova; Work in progress seminar: Into a new seasonwith a new address! 2004.

- Michael Camille; The King's New Bodies: An Illustrated Mirror for Princes in the Morgan Library', 1993.

- Richard Cohen; Levinas, Spinozism, Nietzsche, and the Body, 2009.

- Hermine De Soto; Symbolic Productions in the New East Side of Berlin, 1990-94, 1995.

- Andre Debord; The Castellan Revolution and the Peace of God in Aquitaine, 1992.

- Eda Derhemi; New Albanian Immigrants in Thessalonica, Greece, 2003.

- Judith Devlin; The Superstitious Mind: French Peasants and the Supernatural in the Nineteenth Century, 1987.

- Mary Douglas; The Pangolin Revisited: A New Approach to Animal Symbolism, 1994.

- Gabriele Dürbeck; Dreams and the Activity of Mind and/or Body: Some Re-evaluations of Anthropological Discourse Around 1750. 2009.

- Denny Ellerman; New Entrant and Closure Provisions: How do they distort? 2008.

- Henry Farber; Is Tomorrow Another Day? The Labor Supply of New York City Cabdrivers, 2005.

- Joanne Faulkner; Nietzsche and the Creative Body, 2006.

- Joanne Faulkner; Ontology for Philologists: Nietzsche, Body, Subject, 2005.

- Joanne Faulkner; Reading Nietzsche's Sick Body: Klossowski's Interpretation of Nietzsche, 2001.

- Joanne Faulkner; The Vision, the Riddle, and the Vicious Circle: Pierre Klossowski Reading Nietzsche's Sick Body through Sade's Perversion, 2007.

- Owen Flanagan; Dreaming Souls: Dreams and the Evolution of the Conscious Mind, 2000.

- Elda FrankIin; The Brain Research Bandwagon: Proceed with Caution, 1978.

- David Galin; The Two Modes of Consciousness and the Two Halves of the Brain, 1976.

- Nicole Gelinas; Who's Killing New Orleans? 2005.

- Nicole Gelinas; Will New Orleans Recover? 2005.

- Nicola Gennaioli; The Evolution of Common Law, 2007.

- Reyer Gerlagh; Options and Instruments for a Deep Cut in CO2 Emissions: Carbon Capture or Renewables, Taxes or Subsidies? 2006.

- Darko Golija; When Working, You Cannot Forsake Your Body, 2001.

- Jane Ross Grant; The New Yorker and Me, 1968.

- Susan Greenfield; Journey to the Center of the Mind: Toward a Science of Consciousness, 1995.

- Tine Greve; Disturbing New Trends in Tear Prevention Threaten Midwives' Autonomy, 2010.

- Marina Grzinic; Body Coming from Nothing, 2000.

- Berkan Gurakan; Newborn hearing screening in the neonatal intensive care unit: a private hospital experience, 2010.

- Eric Hamilton; Revising Evolutionary Narratives: A Consideration of Alternative Assumptions About Sexual Selection and Competition for Mates, 1984.

- Mark Harrison; The Usenet Handbook:: A User's Guide to Netnews, 1995.

- Geoffrey Hartman; The New Wilderness: Critics as Connoisseurs of Chaos, 1985.

- Rachel Hastings; Black, Blue and Loved All Over: Revolutionary Love, Seven and the Ritual of Spoken Solidarity, 2009.

- Terence Hays; Myths of Matriarchy, and the Sacred Flute Complex of the Papua New Guinea Highlands, 1988.

- David Herlihy; The Agrarian Revolution in Southern France and Italy, 1956.

- James Hood; Protestant-Catholic Relations and the Roots of the First Popular Counterrevolutionary Movement in France, 1971.

- Herbert Hrachovec; Digital Hermeneutics. A New Approach to Wittgenstein's Nachlass, 2002.

- Reynaldo Clemena Ileto; Payson and Revolution Popular Movements in the Philippines, 1840-1910, 1979.

- Robert Inhof; The Absence of the Body, 2008.

- Aleksandar Joksimovic; New fish species in the South Adriatic, Montenegrin coast, Lessepsian migrant, 2008.

- Rhawn Joseph, The Naked Neuron: Evolution and the Languages of the Body and the Brain, 1993.

- Patricia Kane; John Hull and Robert Sanderson First Masters of New England Silver, 1987.

- Gertrud Koch; How Much Naivete Can We Afford? The New Heimat Feeling, 1985.

- Peggy La Cerra; The Origin of Minds: Evolution, Uniqueness and the New Science of the Self, 2002.

- Staffan Laestadius; Towards a new understanding of innovativeness - and of innovation based indicators, 2005.

- Daniel Levitin; This is your Brain in Music, 2006.

- Karl Leyser; The Polemics of the Papal Revolution, 1965.

- David Lidov; Mind and Body in Music, 2005.

- Anne-Marie Lou-Poy; On-line Virtual Museums: Examining Our New Reality, 2001.

- Allan Ludwig; Carved Stone-Markers in New England, 1964.

- Thomas Lyon; Why Do States Adopt Renewable Portfolio Standards? An Empirical Investigation, 2010.

- Nicola Mai; Albanian Migrations and New Transnationalisms, 2003.

- Pete Mandik; A Puzzle for an Externalist: Would You be Out of Your Mind to Think that You were Out of Your Head or Could Jean and Dean Supervene on the Same Machine? 1996.

- Pete Mandik; Clark presides over marriage of many minds, 1997.

- Pete Mandik; Evolution, Emergence, and Representational Realism, 2004.

- Pete Mandik; Evolving Artificial Minds and Brains, 2007.

- Pete Mandik; Introspecting Brain States as Such, 2005.

- Pete Mandik; Mind, Matter, and Mathematics, 2001.

- Pete Mandik; Objective Minds and Subjective Brains, 2005.

- Pete Mandik; Points of View From the Brain's Eye View: Subjectivity and Neural Representation, 1999.

- Pete Mandik; Remarks on the Co-evolution of Language and the Brain, 1998.

- Pete Mandik; Review of Catherine Malabou, What Should We Do With Our Brain? 2009.

- Pete Mandik; The Introspectability of Brain States as Such, 2006.

- Tanja Mastnak; The Idea of Independence As a New Approach to Exhibition Practice, 2007.

- Joseph Meyerson; Therapeutic Utilization of Spontaneous Out - of - Body Experiences in Hypnotherapy, 2004.

- Barbara Mundy; The Maps of the Relaciones Geograficas of New Spain: Native Mapping in the Conquered Land, 1993.

- Mojca Osojnik; My Source of Inspiration is Obsession with Space, I Try to Embrace Space with my Mind, 1997.

- Dick Penner; Countries of the Mind: The Fiction of J. M. Coetzee, 1989.

- Vladimir Petrovic; New Archaeological Research of the site Timacum Maius near Svrljig -Traces of Urbanization and Remains of the Main Communication, 2010.

- Katarzyna Pokryszka; New Provisions of Polish Law Concerning Arbitration - Selected Issues, 2009.

- Michael Port; The New Law Courts Competition 1866-67, 1968.

- Dinko Posanic; A new evaluation of the pion weak form factors, 2004.

- Thomas Regelski; Who Knows Where Music Lurks in the Mind of Man? New Brain Research Has the Answer, 1977.

- Eric Rentschler; The Use and Abuse of Memory: New German Film and the Discourse of Bitburg, 1985.

- Gary Rivlin; A Mogul Who Would Rebuild New Orleans, 2005.

- Renata Salecl; The Crisis of Identity and the Struggle for New Hegemony in the Former Yugoslavia, 1994.

- Peter Salins; Is New York Going Down the Tubes? 1990.

- Steven Sanderson; Poverty and Conservation: The New Century's Peasant Question? 2005.

- Francis Scott; Shall the New Foreign Office be Gothic or Classic? A Plea for the former; addressed to the members of the House of Commons, 1860.

- Jeanne Sept; Was There No Place Like Home?: A New Perspective on Early Hominid Archaeological Sites From the Mapping of Chimpanzee Nests, 1992.

- Fred Siegel; The New York Disease, 1993.

- Lawrence Soley; The News Shapers: The Sources Who Explain the News, 1992.

- Robert Somerville; Commons and wastes in North West Derbyshire - the High Peak New lands, 1977.

- Catharine Stimpson; The Mind, the Body and Gertrude Stein, 1977.

- Marjolein t'Hart; The devil or the Dutch: Holland's impact on the financial revolution in England, 1643-1694, 1991.

- Sandra Thompson; Subject and Topic: A New Typology of Language, 1976.

- Lynn Thorndike; Newness and Novelty in Seventeenth-Century Science, 1951.

- Helga Thorson; Masking / Unmasking Identity in Early Twentieth-Century Germany: The Importance of N. O. Body, 2010.

- Charles Tilly; Revolution, War, and Other Struggles in Great Britain, 1789-1815, 1991.

- Timo Tohidipur; The Emperor's New Clothes: The ECB and the New Institutional Concept, 2005.

- Tadanobu Tsunoda; The Left Cerebral Hemisphere of the Brain and the Japanese Language, 1978.

- Anna Vemer Andrzejewski; Extending the Crabgrass Frontier: New Approaches for Understanding the Complexity of Postwar Suburbanization in the United States, 2009.

- Ivo Wallimann-Helmer; Self-Conceptions and Evolution, A Critical Comment on Philip Kitcher's The Ethical Project, 1994.

- Jill Winder; Introduction to the New Texts, 2004.

- Naomi Wood; Dismembered Starlings and Neutered Minds, 2005.


Petar Vukelić (1806-1875) - Evolution of Body and Revolution of Mind