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Theoria is a musical group.

  • album: "Mantra"


"Theoria" is a musical album of Barry Guy & Irène Schweizer.

  • released in (23 years ago)


  1. Theoria is Greek for contemplation. It corresponds to the Latin word contemplatio, "looking at", "gazing at", "being aware of," and it is an important term in theology.
  2. Theoria: Theoria: A Swedish Journal of Philosophy and Psychology is a peer-reviewed academic journal publishing research in all areas of philosophy established in 1935 by Åke Petzäll. It is published quarterly by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of Stiftelsen Theoria. The current editor-in-chief is Sven Ove Hansson. Theoria publishes articles, reviews, and shorter notes and discussions.
  3. Theoria: Theoria: Historical Aspects of Music Theory is a peer-reviewed academic journal specializing in music theory and analysis. It was established in 1985, under the auspices of the University of North Texas College of Music. According to its website, "Theoria is a peer-reviewed journal on all aspects of history in music theory. This includes critical articles representing the current stage of research, and editions of newly discovered or mostly unknown theoretical texts with translation and commentary." The journal's first editor in chief was Mark McCune.
    • also known as Theoria: Historical Aspects of Music Theory

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Google previewDecision Making for Educational Leaders (2012)

Underexamined Dimensions and Issues by Bob L. Johnson, Jr., Sharon D. Kruse

Theoria refers to the speculative life of contemplation and reflection. It is thinking and knowing apart from engagement.

Aristotle's theoria is an epistemology with which most of us are familiar. As the predominant way of knowing in the West, ...

Google previewThe Emergence of Eternal Life (2013)

by William J. Hoye

Theoria is a holiday. A holiday is not in the service of the everyday;

Google previewArt and Its Significance (1994)

An Anthology of Aesthetic Theory, Third Edition by Stephen David Ross

Theoria is a true sharing, not something active, but something passive (pathos), namely being totally involved in and carried away by what one sees. It is from this point that people have tried recently to explain the religious background of the ...

Google previewTextual Imitation (2012)

Making and Seeing in Literature by J. Hart

Theoria is a contemplation, a speculationthat canbea representation, ...

Google previewBetween Chora and the Good (2005)

Metaphor's Metaphysical Neighborhood by Charles P. Bigger

3, Toward Being a Theoria A theoria is a person intellectually and spiritually qualified to represent the community at a sacred event. Phenomenology s theoria nuist know how to relate, to have access, to the ...

Google previewWhat is Political Theory? (2004)

by Stephen K White, J Donald Moon

In its Platonic declension, which was subsequently passed on to the entire Western tradition, theoria is a vision of true and universal objects or ideas ("idea" literally signifies "the visible") with the eyes of the mind (nous). As Arendt points out, ...

Google previewInfantile Sexuality and Attachment (2004)

by Daniel Widlocher

The Greek word theoria refers to vision, contemplation, astonishment before an object, the action of examining. Thus the child enters into an authentic logic of discovery and constructs a corpus of knowledge partially actualized in the course of ...

Google previewAristotle on the Human Good (1991)

by Richard Kraut

Rather, theoria is an activity that goes on whenever one brings certain truths to mind: it occurs not only when one silently reflects, but also when one lectures or writes about a certain subject, when one reads a book, when one listens to a book ...

Google previewThe Brill Dictionary of Gregory of Nyssa (2010)

by Lucas Francisco Mateo Seco, Giulio Maspero

Thus, “properly, theoria is ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science (1970)

Volume 4 - Calligraphy to Church Libraries by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour

"What the Vitalist Means is Right," review of Of Molecules and Men, by Francis Crick, Theoria to Theory, 2, 1 (1967).

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica (1824)

Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Enlarged and Improved

Nova eleclricitatis theoria. Milan, 17.55 : seems to be the same with a dissertation De existentia et motu eetheris, sen de theoria electricitatis ignis et lucis, printed with J. A. Euler's Disquisitio de causa physica electricitatis proemio corónala.

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