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This is a phenomenal quantity which expands upon the area Phenomenology Institute’s contemporary study: the learn of the attractive intertwining of the skies and the cosmos with the human ambitions of philosophy, literature and the humanities. the connection of people to the cosmos is tested during the exploration of phenomenology, metaphysics and the humanities. The authors of this quantity write on numerous subject matters which all search to open the reader’s eyes to the connection of people and our conception of our position within the cosmos. This quantity deals a framework during which to provide a wealthy landscape; various views illustrating how the belief of the interaction among people and the celestial realm advances in universal event and worldviews. This try and discover our cosmic place is a smart and worthy highbrow problem. Philosophy in addition to literature and the humanities are nourished by way of this human quest for wisdom and understanding.

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Rivas Lopez (*) Meritorious University of Puebla, Tabasco 313-301, Col. Roma, Deleg. -T. G. Rivas Lopez narrative and focuses instead on how silence and quietude structure the vital forces that allow man to experience a sui generis sense of transcendence within immanency, which is what in accordance with my standpoint means the idea of the eternal recurrence that Nietzsche tried so eagerly to explain and whose utmost symbol is precisely the sky. Thus, we want to meditate upon the cyclic nature of existence and upon the links that monkhood and, by and large, asceticism could have with that fuller experience thereof called holiness, independently, of course, of the Nietzschean ideas concerning the matter (or rather against them).

This for Christian believers could be viewed as a rapture, it is vague enough that it can be perceived religiously or not. Classical and avant-garde compositions were effectively mixed with abstractions from cellular, galaxies and the universal; the allegorical and experimental contributes a non-verbal language (Metz 1974) based on life-world embodied subjects and experiences. Meaningfulness is thought from a humanistic framework above theism and atheism, reconciling the unattainable in objective meaning.

Cinema depends on experience and the text is receptive and experiential to the reality within cinematic parameters. Malick ventures into other domains, philosophical and religious, using sound-images as according to Gadamer in which the presence of art becomes the presentation of being (Gadamer 1989, 159). A film brings alive an intelligible plastic mass with movements in non-linguistic processes and viewpoints forming an aesthetic, semiotic, syntactic and signifying enterprise. Many viewers have misinterpreted the film by not understanding its main purpose which is to convey an experience and not to follow an established plot based on someone’s life.

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