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28 марта, 13:04

Армия России: проделывание проходов в минных полях с применением установки разминирования УР-77

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28 марта, 00:40

20 Billy Eichner Tweets That Made Your Newsfeed More Bearable In 2017

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); He might be best known for yelling on the street, but these days comedian Billy Eichner has found a more effective means of making a point: yelling through tweets.  The comedian and actor, who currently stars on truTV’s “Billy on the Street” and Hulu’s “Difficult People,” has been an out-and-proud part of the resistance ever since President Donald Trump’s inauguration.  As a self-identifying “piece of s**t snowflake,” Eichner regularly shares his thoughts about various injustices in Trump’s America, ranging from the infringement on the rights of transgender people to the ongoing healthcare debate with his own signature Billy twist.  He’s even come to social media blows with all kinds of Twitter users, including Meghan McCain — over living in a liberal bubble (Billy: 1, Meghan: 0) — and the average troll looking for a Twitter tête-à-tête. Of course, Trump and his team have provided ample material for comics like Eichner to take shots at the administration. But this new era demands that entertainers not only make us laugh, but actually say something about the state of the country. Eichner has more than risen to the task.  Read 20 of Eichner’s best tweets post-Trump’s inauguration below. Choosing to believe that the fireworks over the Capitol today were for the Will & Grace reboot.— billy eichner (@billyeichner) January 20, 2017 I cant imagine how much losing the popular vote more than any Pres in history eats away at Trump every minute of the day. He's SO fragile.— billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 17, 2017 Hillary Clinton is spending her free time writing a book of inspirational essays and going to see Broadway shows. In other words, PURE EVIL.— billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 4, 2017 To those who say actors shouldn't talk politics: u better not tweet the Super Bowl. Only PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES should tweet about sports!!!!— billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 5, 2017 I'm just going to stare at this photo all weekend because it makes me irrationally happy pic.twitter.com/k8dtnrn8Xk— billy eichner (@billyeichner) March 11, 2017 Worrying about Trump causing a nuclear holocaust. In other words, it's a Monday!— billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 13, 2017 Could it be any more obvious that Trump is colluding with Russia?? I've seen harder to solve mysteries on CASTLE.— billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 14, 2017 .@KellyannePolls Can u just slither away please?— billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 16, 2017 It's hard to believe it's been 24 hours since the Bowling Green Massacre didn't happen.— billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 4, 2017 Obamacare vs Trumpcare pic.twitter.com/8VDZEAAtQx— billy eichner (@billyeichner) March 7, 2017 Paul Ryan says he's dreamed of capping Medicaid since he was at keg parties in college? Sounds like some really fun parties!!!— billy eichner (@billyeichner) March 21, 2017 Trump and Paul Ryan will be the first President and Speaker who will lose because they literally killed off their own voters. #Trumpcare— billy eichner (@billyeichner) March 20, 2017 .@IvankaTrump Hello dear - at what point will u be telling ur children that your father killed Snuffleupagus?— billy eichner (@billyeichner) March 16, 2017 Trump cutting funding to SESAME STREET but Melania has all the taxpayer money she needs to stay in her penthouse in NYC. #JusticeForBigBird— billy eichner (@billyeichner) March 16, 2017 Really missing those days when we only talked about Russia during women's figure skating.— billy eichner (@billyeichner) March 5, 2017 I want to be very up front about this & let you all know - I'm mtg with the Russian Ambassador today. We're seeing Logan at 7:15. Thank you.— billy eichner (@billyeichner) March 3, 2017 I cannot even tell you how much more scared I am of Trump, Bannon and Miller than I am of the average illegal immigrant— billy eichner (@billyeichner) March 1, 2017 The only - and I mean only - saving grace of this administration is the possibility of Marion Cotillard one day playing Melania.— billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 21, 2017 Thank u Republicans 4 coming out against violently attacking Jews & having sex with children today-and it only took u a few days to decide!— billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 21, 2017 If you need a break from the news and want to watch something a little less scary and sadistic I recommend SAW.— billy eichner (@billyeichner) February 17, 2017 Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, Tracy Morgan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Moore, Padma Lakshmi and a whole host of other stars are teaming up for Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU. Donate now and join us at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, March 31, on Facebook Live. #standforrights2017 Don’t go yet! Try out our Entertainment newsletter. You’ll get celeb tidbits, late-night highlights, and the latest on TV and movies in your inbox, six days a week. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

26 марта, 23:53

How To Marginalize The Tea Party

How is it that the 37 most rightwing members of the House, the so-called Freedom Caucus, have disabled the Republican majority? The explanation is the relatively recent tradition that Republicans never make bipartisan agreements with Democrats, except in the rare cases when they can peel off a few conservative Democrats to totally capitulate to Republican terms. If Republicans could bring themselves to work with Democrats — the norm for most of American history — the outsized influence of the most extreme Republicans would collapse. The Republican posture of ultra-partisanship, which has now backfired, is something recent in American legislative politics. It dates only to the presidency of George W. Bush, and more recently to the Republican wall-to-wall blockage of Democratic initiatives under President Obama. Before that, President Bill Clinton, who had a Republican majority in Congress for six of his eight years, frequently reached across the aisle to win majorities for policies, some of them liberal and some conservative.  This posture, commended by the strategist Dick Morris, was called Triangulation. It drove liberals crazy, but enabled Clinton to govern. (Clinton was also willing to play partisan hardball when then Speaker Newt Gingrich shut down the government—and had to back down.)  Under Clinton, liberal legislation like the Family and Medical Leave Act and the hike in the minimum wage were passed with mostly Democratic votes, but also with support of some Republicans. Conversely, more conservative bills, like the NAFTA deal in 1993 and the enactment of a draconian welfare reform (TANF) in 1996, passed with mostly Republican votes and a minority of Democrats. Before Clinton, Republican President George H.W. Bush governed the same fashion. He reached across the aisle to get Republican and Democratic support for the Americans with Disabilities Act and the 1990 Clean Air Amendments. He enlisted Democrats when his fellow Republicans balked at a tax increase. Several bills in the eras of the first president Bush and Bill Clinton bore the names of Ted Kennedy and Republican co-sponsors Nancy Kassebaum or Orrin Hatch. Early in the Bush II Administration, W worked with Democrats over the objection of some Republicans to win support for an expansion in federal aid to education in exchange for federal standards, and to add a Medicare drug benefit. And then partisanship gradually hardened. Under the so-called Hastert Rule, Republicans avoided bipartisan coalitions. It was first propounded in November 2004 by the then House Speaker, Dennis Hastert, as a way to maintain tighter party discipline. The Hastert rule bound Republicans to vote with a majority of the Republican caucus position. Hastert left Congress in 2007, after Republicans lost control of the House. Hastert was subsequently found guilty of ethics violations and went to prison in a sex scandal, after it was revealed that he had been paying hush money to former students who he had abused as a wresting coach. But when Republicans took back the Congress after 2010, they imposed a more extreme version of the same idea. They simply stopped working across the aisle. This strategy worked well enough in their cynical opposition to anything Barack Obama imposed, but it has now given a de facto veto power to their own most extremist members — the Freedom Caucus. Basically, the caucus has inverted the Hastert Rule, and feels free to oppose the GOP’s rightwing policies if the are not rightwing enough. This has made it all but impossible for the Republican majority to govern. There is a very simple cure, one that would consign the Freedom Caucus the political oblivion that it so richly deserves — Trump and the Republicans should rediscover the benefits of bipartisanship. After all, Trump did not campaign as a conservative but as a populist. He is not much of a partisan Republican and is cordially detested by most Republicans, who tolerate him only to the extent that they can use him. If any president should be practicing “triangulation,” it is Donald Trump. Where is the ur-opportunist Dick Morris now that we need him? (Morris fell from grace in 1996 when he was caught with a hooker.) He and Trump were surely destined for each other.  If Trump and relatively sane Republicans could get together with Democrats to improve the aspects of the Affordable Care Act that do in fact need fixing, like rising premiums, they could tell the Tea Party Republicans in the Freedom Caucus to take a hike. Likewise on infrastructure and trade measures. That maneuver and repositioning would show true artistry of the deal. With upwards of a hundred Democrats supporting bipartisan measures, the 37 whack jobs in the Freedom Caucus, who surely have no loyalty to Trump, would cease to have influence. Are some House Republicans and Trump himself ready to acknowledge that reality and this option? It would allow for a restart of his presidency, more consistent with the promises he made in the campaign. Or do they just share a hatred of Democrats so profound that they will continue to allow the Freedom Caucus to wreck the Republican Party and the Trump presidency alike? Robert Kuttner is co-editor of The American Prospect and professor at Brandeis University’s Heller School. His latest book is Debtors’ Prison: The Politics of Austerity Versus Possibility. http://www.amazon.com/Debtors-Prison-Politics-Austerity-Possibility/dp/0307959805 Like Robert Kuttner on Facebook: http://facebook.com/RobertKuttner Follow Robert Kuttner on Twitter: www.twitter.com/rkuttner -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

24 марта, 21:57

Tone-Deaf Jewelry Ad Tells Customers To 'Throw Rocks At Girls'

A jewelry store in Asheville, North Carolina has apologized for its tone-deaf billboard ad that caused outrage on the internet.  The billboard in question comes from Spicer Greene Jewelers and is currently located near Interstate 240. It reads: “Sometimes, It’s ok to throw rocks at girls...,” surrounded by photos of brightly colored jewels, aka “rocks.”  No but it's ok to throw rocks at whoever approved this billboard. pic.twitter.com/9pd3Rj9mu8— OhNoSheTwitnt (@OhNoSheTwitnt) March 23, 2017 The company issued an apology on Facebook Thursday after the ad sparked a negative reaction on Twitter and in the media.  Eva-Michelle Spicer, the co-owner of Spicer Greene Jewelers, told The Huffington Post via email that the billboard will come down as soon as they can replace it with their next campaign (which is usually around every four weeks, according to Asheville paper, The Citizen Times ). When HuffPost asked who came up with the statement, Spicer said, “It’s a common phrase in the jewelry industry. We did not invent it.”  The majority of responses to Spicer Greene’s Facebook apology implied they many thought the ad was funny and that critics of it were being too sensitive. “BRILLIANT AD...No apology required,” one commenter wrote, while another added, “These people are idiots and will probably never have any shiny rocks thrown at them! The billboard is funny! Get a sense of humor, life will be much better!”  One woman complained about the “snowflakes that whine over everything,” and told the company, “I hope you make a 500% increase in sales.”  Many of the Twitter responses to the company’s apologies also maintained the billboard was “hilarious:”    @SpicerGreene no need to apologize, I thought it was hilarious. It's obviously not meant to glorify abuse or violence.— Selina (@Selina_Burrell) March 24, 2017 Ppl mad about billboard R the ppl that can't afford 2 have 'stones' thrown at them! They aren't ur clientele, anyway- KEEP IT @SpicerGreene— Guinevere Vandervoss (@mychaoticbrain) March 24, 2017 @SpicerGreene Don't bow to the feminists terrorists!!!! The ad was brilliant and my wife liked it.— word_up_guy (@word_up_guy) March 24, 2017 @SpicerGreene It's an awesome billboard. Remember the old saying that boys would throw rocks at the girls they like. Now they can throw gems— Kimberly Dawkins (@Aldorine203) March 24, 2017 Others, like Chelsea Clinton, found the ad incredibly offensive and pointed out that joking about violence against women is “never funny.” Especially in a world where women are still stoned to death.  Talking about hitting girls is never funny. Ever. https://t.co/cvtxykutis— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) March 24, 2017 @OhNoSheTwitnt @SpicerGreene "If we offended anyone by our incredibly offensive suggestion of stoning women, in a world where people stone women, gosh gee golly gosh"— Pam Pettler (@qwertypam) March 23, 2017 @SpicerGreene normalizing violence against women is not ok. "oh he beat you up because he likes you sweetie" is NOT ok.— KJ (@Pipsquak88) March 24, 2017 “The billboard was intent to be a nostalgic thought of a childhood teaching,” Spicer told ABC News 13 WLOS. “That it’s not ok to throw rocks at girls, it’s not ok to throw rocks at anyone... It saddens me that it was taken that way, because it certainly wasn’t intended.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

24 марта, 00:49

No Labels Jumps Into Health Care Debate With Its Trademark Idiocy

At some point in the next few days, the House of Representatives is allegedly going to hold a vote on the American Health Care Act, which was hastily being revised in the dead of night on Wednesday after it became clear that it wasn’t cruel enough to win the Republican votes it needed. This round of “repeal and replace” fury has had it all: wretched Congressional Budget Office scores, internecine fighting, packed town halls of angry constituents, and President Donald Trump trying to play dealmaker. Really, what was it missing? How about: the idiotic input of one of Washington’s longest-running clown shows! Well, have no fear, because No Labels ― now in its seventh year of fleecing wealthy lackwits in the name of fuzzy-headed goals about which the group is not even sincere ― is back on the scene, tweeting complaints about the legislative process in its own inimitably clueless style. Soon after this late-Wednesday tweet got bleated, it got deleted. Not fast enough, though. It really deserves to be remembered for all time, as the ne plus ultra of this organization’s particular brand of hackery. Where to even start with this? Well, the big story, from the perspective of House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) ― who’s attempting to will the AHCA into existence as the first step of a convoluted, high-wire process that’s ultimately supposed to yield a massive tax cut for the wealthy ― is that the so-called Freedom Caucus has been the hardest cohort of his GOP colleagues to win over. ’Twas ever thus. The group of right-wing ideologues that calls itself the Freedom Caucus thwarted the designs of Ryan’s predecessor, former Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), just as steadfastly. And their numbers have been great enough that any Republican leader in the House who want to get anything done with the GOP’s congressional majority is going to have to make sure the Caucus is happy. In this particular instance, Freedom Caucus members arrayed themselves against Ryan’s initial plan because, among other things, they felt that the refundable tax credits in the AHCA were still too generous ― a government “entitlement,” they said, that would add impurity to the free market. (In response, Ryan has tried to sweeten the pie by eliminating the essential benefits that the Affordable Care Act made mandatory to any insurance plan, turning what was already a breathtakingly harsh piece of legislation into something even more inhumane.) It’s important to note here that what we call the ongoing “health care debate” is entirely an intra-party fracas among Republicans. (One that’s only likely to drag on if this bill ever manages to pass the House, because signs point to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell ― who also has a whip count problem ― putting the bill to a quick death.) Democrats have absolutely nothing to do with any of this. They didn’t seek this fight, and they’ve contributed zero to the problems that have bedeviled Ryan. It’s beyond weird for No Labels to suggest that Democrats are somehow responsible for “getting off the sidelines” and resolving what amounts to an ideological standoff in the Republican caucus.  Moreover, even if Democrats wanted to help Republicans overcome these fratricidal impulses, it’s not clear how they would go about doing this. Democrats have been entirely shut out of the debate. Some conservatives, like Christopher Ruddy and Peggy Noonan, have urged Republicans to reach across the aisle, but GOP legislators have treated their Democratic counterparts as personae non grata throughout this process. So there’s no point of entry by which Democrats could insert themselves and bring peace unto Paul Ryan’s lands. And all of this simply looks past an even more essential question: Why in the name of chicken and grits would Democrats want to help worsen the health care of millions of Americans? Bipartisanship: When two parties work together to take healthcare away from poor people. https://t.co/DWv9kRtmrb— Zach Carter (@zachdcarter) March 23, 2017 No Labels’ contention, that Democrats have “missed their chance to shape healthcare,” manages to overlook the time when Democrats “shaped healthcare” by passing this thing called the Affordable Care Act. When that happened, enormous efforts were made to involve the GOP in the process ― beginning with the fact that Democrats borrowed a center-right template that at one point was the entire justification for former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s entry into presidential politics. If anyone at No Labels would be interested in learning who missed the chance to shape health care, the ur-text was written by David Frum in March 2010. Spoiler alert: It was Republicans, who made the strategic decision not to compromise or negotiate, despite the near-desperate overtures President Barack Obama was making at the time. From start to end, the beliefs that No Labels expressed in this one tweet are truly bizarre. In order to hold them, you would have to literally not know anything about current events or contemporary politics. To call No Labels merely out of touch doesn’t really go far enough. Theirs is an ignorance so vast, and so total, that light cannot escape from it. But we are not nearly done! Maybe the most important thing you need to understand about No Labels is that the group does not actually have a stance on health care reform. Its members haven’t the slightest idea what would constitute an effective health care policy. They don’t have any concept of or concern about outcomes, or how a massive health care overhaul would affect millions of Americans. They do not offer any values, or goals, or benchmarks of their own about what health care in America should look like, whom it should cover, how it should be paid for or whether it should be a fundamental right. They have no earthly idea about how ordinary people live or what they want. This is literally the case! Right now, on the No Labels website, they are polling people about “What should Congress keep in or remove from health care reform?” This is not a survey that No Labels needs to conduct. That it exists demonstrates how intellectually uncurious this organization is. If the No Labels people wanted to, they could pick up a phone and call a group like the Kaiser Foundation, which is likely to have up-to-the-minute research about what people want. Kaiser’s Drew Altman, in fact, has shared research from Kaiser’s most recent focus groups right in the pages of The New York Times.  So, remind me again, who is it that “missed the chance to shape healthcare,” exactly? No Labels: How about y’all find the sidelines, grab some pine and stay put. ~~~~~ Jason Linkins edits “Eat The Press” for The Huffington Post and co-hosts the HuffPost Politics podcast “So, That Happened.” Subscribe here, and listen to the latest episode below.       -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

12 марта, 12:07

S&P улучшило прогноз рейтинга Glencore

Москва, 10 марта - "Вести.Экономика". Международное рейтинговое агентство S&P Global Ratings объявило об улучшении прогноза по рейтингу швейцарской трейдинговой компании Glencore до "BBB/A-2".

12 марта, 09:17

Alec Baldwin Battles Real Aliens On 'SNL' As Commander-In-Chief

Alec Baldwin may be making noise that his days playing Donald Trump are nearly over, but not YET. He was back with a bang on “Saturday Night Live” as the commander-in-chief at a military outpost in the year 2018 batting aliens — from another planet. The sketch took on immigration and Donald Trump’s self-promotion — and included a sly dig at the president’s regard for Russia. “What a beautiful day,” Trump/Baldwin says to the troops. “Who here loves Trump? I know this guy over here loves Trump,” he adds, pointing to an incinerated, still-smoking alien. But seriously, the aliens are “laughing at us,” says Trump, suited up in military green as if he’s just come from a tour of a Boeing plant. “They’re killing us — and laughing at us.” His solution? “We’re going to bring coal back. We’re going to have so much coal you’re going to say, ‘Where did all this coal come from?’” But it might be too late. When told that the aliens just vaporized the entire state of California, Baldwin asks: “So I won the popular vote?” He also wants to know: “Even Arnold?” — referring to arch nemesis Arnold Schwarzenegger. Baldwin’s Trump suddenly, inexplicably defends the alien planet, Zorblatt 9. “My God,” wonders a worried serviceman. “Does he have business interests on Zorblatt 9?” Let's try that one more time... #SNL pic.twitter.com/EO9qc8mdWZ— Saturday Night Live (@nbcsnl) March 12, 2017 Then comes the worst news: New York City has been attacked and the Trump Hotel has been destroyed. Luckily, notes the soldier who informs the president of the tragedy, “no lives were lost because no one was staying” there.  But wait ... Baldwin’s Trump says aliens — “shape shifters” — have already been hiding in America for “hundreds of years,” and are in the command post! He points out two female black soldiers.  “Where are you getting this information ... the FBI, the CIA?” asks the soldier in charge of the post, played by “SNL” cast member Kenan Thompson. No, explains Baldwin’s Trump: “From a very reputable source: Infowars ... a radio show hosted by Alex Jones. You know he’s legit because he’s always taking off his shirt.” So very sadly, it looks like the U.S. is losing the war, so the soldiers begin reciting the “Pledge of Allegiance.” This Trump doesn’t know the words. When the aliens do arrive and demand to be taken to the leader, Trump/Baldwin points to Thompson: “It’s him.” When Thompson sets them straight, a green Bobby Moynihan says gleefully: “Really? This is going to be so easy.” Or not. The word is out-Alec Baldwin back on in 5min! Be brave, Alec, we have ur back. U don't stand alone! Threats don't work. WE ARE THE MAJORITY!— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) March 12, 2017 type=type=RelatedArticlesblockTitle=Related Coverage + articlesList=58b7d2b6e4b01fc1bde5dd1e,58b7129be4b019d36d1000c3,587b13ece4b0e58057ff4126,589d56b2e4b094a129e9c14e,58b2671de4b0a8a9b782ea1d -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

10 марта, 17:58

S&P улучшило прогноз рейтинга Glencore

Международное рейтинговое агентство S&P Global Ratings объявило об улучшении прогноза по рейтингу швейцарской трейдинговой компании Glencore до "BBB/A-2".

10 марта, 17:58

S&P улучшило прогноз рейтинга Glencore

Международное рейтинговое агентство S&P Global Ratings объявило об улучшении прогноза по рейтингу швейцарской трейдинговой компании Glencore до "BBB/A-2".

10 марта, 12:50

Ranked: Bizarre Explanations for Celebrities’ Meetings with Julian Assange

It’s not for his cat. But maybe it should be.

08 марта, 22:38

Snapchat's Marie Curie Filter Includes Makeup And People Aren't Happy

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); Snapchat unveiled a few new photo filters for International Women’s Day on Wednesday, and one of them is ... a problem. To celebrate the day, the app rolled out filters honoring famous women: Frida Kahlo, Rosa Parks, and Marie Curie. The intention to be inclusive is there and appreciated. But there’s an issue with the Marie Curie filter ― she’s inexplicably got a smoky eye and fake eyelashes.  Shoutout to @Snapchat for adding eyelashes to the Marie Curie filter. Forgot that's what she was famous for. #InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/4gN2QjzR5B— Katy St Clair (@Selfies_AndCats) March 8, 2017 Curie was a Nobel Prize-winning pioneer in researching radioactivity. Throwing makeup onto her photo unnecessarily trivializes her accomplishments. It’s as if there needs to be a reminder that this highly accomplished scientist was ― gasp ― a woman. There also are exploding chemicals in the filter, which, considering Curie died from aplastic anemia, believed to be caused by long-term exposure to radiation, seem sort of ill-fitting. Twitter also took issue with the filter: Is it ironic that snapchat added eye make up to a filter representing Marie Curie on women's day bc otherwise lab coat obvs = man?? pic.twitter.com/4m550aOOuC— spunky bruiser (@AnnabellaB3) March 8, 2017 wonder who decided that the Marie Curie snapchat filter should come with smokey eyes and fake lashes #progressive #nearly— imogen (@imogenalicee) March 8, 2017 I appreciate the effort @Snapchat but why add the makeup to the Marie Curie filter? #InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/CQ1MZ9S3ZJ— Eileen Dawson (@MarrowNator) March 8, 2017 Le filtre Snapchat Marie Curie est sexiste.Comme par hasard quand une femme fais des expériences ça explose.— Adri Elric ⚡ (@AdriElric) March 8, 2017 Someone should tell @Snapchat that Marie Curie didn't have a smoky eye. But she did win a nobel prize twice. pic.twitter.com/8j6t9oTKzy— hallie berry (@halliefayexo) March 8, 2017 I like that the Marie Curie #InternationalWomensDay snap comes with eyeliner. Seems legit. pic.twitter.com/aLENpNOGkL— spooky teen dream (@furcoat) March 8, 2017 Bonjour @snapchat merci pr l'initiative ms je ne crois pas que ce soit le maquillage qui différenciait Marie Curie des autres scientifiques pic.twitter.com/0ehWqscg4r— (@iolio_) March 8, 2017 i guess i was out sick the day in AP Chem when we learned how Marie Curie loved a good smoky eye. were the beakers not enough?? pic.twitter.com/bho4Np141L— Maya Kosoff (@mekosoff) March 8, 2017 the marie curie snapchat lens makes ur face thinner and gives u full eye makeup thank GOD wouldn't want to be an unhot scientist pic.twitter.com/8wskqbs5m3— amy brown (@arb) March 8, 2017 This isn’t the first time Snapchat’s been in hot water with offensive filters. Do better, Snapchat. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

08 марта, 00:53

Twitter Noticed An Error On The New Green Trump Hats

It’s yet another bad hair day for President Donald Trump. Last week, Team Trump announced a special green edition of their “Make America Great Again” hats. In a thrilling holiday update, the back of the hat bears a symbol to commemorate St. Patrick’s Day. However, it’s the wrong one. Capture the luck of the Irish with this Make America Great Again Hat. While supplies last! BUY NOW: https://t.co/TbqIm56aoY #MAGA pic.twitter.com/PCZLl7HXdD— Official Team Trump (@TeamTrump) March 2, 2017 The Republican Party promoted the hats as a stylish way to celebrate “St. Patty’s Day,” but Twitter quickly noticed that the hat is stitched with a four-leaf clover, rather than the shamrock associated with the holiday.  Legend has it that St. Patrick, the Irish saint for whom the holiday is named, used the three leaves of a shamrock as a visual metaphor when teaching about the Christian trinity of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. He did not use a four-leaf clover.  @TeamTrump If you knew anything about Ireland you would have a shamrock and not clover on the cap.— Frank O'Donovan (@goureebeg) March 3, 2017 @TeamTrump Guess you used a 4-leaf clover instead of a shamrock to symbolize the trinity+Trump.— Andrew S Koenig, Esq (@AndrewSKoenig) March 7, 2017 @TeamTrump That's not a Shamrock! Make America Smart Again #MASA not #MAGA— Oracle Steve (@Steve_mjt) March 3, 2017 Can #Trump please not associate himself with Ireland? We really don't want anything to do with him - also a shamrock only has three leaves— Aine 'on yah' (@ainedarlings) March 7, 2017 The GOP referred to “St. Patty’s Day,” but Twitter was quick to point out the correct shortened spelling is “St. Paddy’s Day.” Need a #MAGA hat for St. Patty’s Day? ☘️ Get it here: https://t.co/kRN4tlF4GX pic.twitter.com/QYqdtVTHy1— GOP (@GOP) March 3, 2017 It's Paddy's not Patty's... Saint Patrick wasn't a burger ☘️ #PaddyMeat— Nora McLennan (@NoraMcLennan) March 6, 2017 @GOP few corrections: its Paddys Day not Patty. & it's a shamrock (3 leaf) not 4 unlike ur hats— bonnie | 35✈️ (@slowslippy) March 7, 2017 One hat, two gaffes. Better luck next year. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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02 марта, 03:26

Кроссовер Honda UR-V вышел на китайский рынок

Продажи нового кроссовера Honda UR-V стартовали на китайском рынке.

25 февраля, 22:43

«Ура!», «Банзай!»: происхождение самых известных боевых кличей

Во все времена, находясь на поле битвы, войны выкрикивали эмоциональные призывы. В нужный момент подобные кличи поднимали боевой дух воюющих, устрашали противника или помогали отличить своих от чужих в пылу сражения. Пожалуй, каждый вспомнит Уильяма Уоллеса в исполнении замечательного актера Мела Гибсона, который выкрикивал «Шотландия навсегда!», ведя за собой войско. В этом обзоре представлено происхождение пяти самых известных боевых кличей, пишет Культурология. Кадр из к/ф «Храброе сердце» (1995). Фото: photo.allindonews.com. «No pasaran!» В 1916 году в ходе Первой мировой войны французский генерал Робер Нивель (Robert Nivelle) выкрикнул фразу: «On ne passe pas!» Она была адресована немецким войскам во время столкновения при Вердене и переводилась как «Они не пройдут!» Это выражение стал активно использовать художник Морис Луи Анри Ньюмонт на пропагандистских плакатах. Примерно через год оно стало боевым кличем всех французских солдат, а затем и румынских. No pasaran! - боевой клич. Фото: cs8.pikabu.ru. В 1936 году «Они не пройдут!» прозвучало в Мадриде из уст коммунистки Долорес Ибаррури (Dolores Ibаrruri). Именно в испанском переводе «No pasaran» этот клич стал известен во всем мире. Он продолжал вдохновлять солдат во Вторую мировую войну и в гражданской войнах Центральной Америки. «Джеронимо!» Возникновению клича «Джеронимо!» мы обязаны индейцу Гоятлаю из племени апачей. Он стал легендарной личностью, потому как в течение 25 лет возглавлял сопротивление против вторжения американцев на свои земли в XIX веке. Когда в бою индеец несся на врага, то солдаты с ужасом взывали к своему Святому Иерониму. Так Гоятлай стал Джеронимо. Джеронимо (Гоятлай) - индеец племени апачей, 1887 год. Фото: ru.wikipedia.org. В 1939 году режиссер Пол Слоан (Paul Sloanе) посвятил свой вестерн «Geronimo» знаменитому индейцу. После просмотра этой киноленты рядовой 501-го воздушно-десантного полка Эберхард, совершая тестовые прыжки с парашютом, выпрыгнул из самолета с криком: «Джеронимо!» Его сослуживцы сделали то же самое. На сегодняшний день прозвище бравого индейца является официальным кличем американских парашютистов. «Аллах акбар!» Демонстрация мусульман. Фото: kimgou.ru. Если кто-то слышит «Аллах акбар», то воображение тут же рисует нелицеприятные картинки радикально настроенных джихадистов. Но эта фраза сама по себе не несет никакого негативного оттенка. «Акбар» - это превосходная степень слова «важный». Таким образом, «Аллах Акбар» можно дословно перевести как «Аллах Велик». «Банзай!» В далекие времена, когда Китаем правила династия Тан, жители широко использовали фразу «Ву хуанг ваньсуй», которую можно перевести как «Пусть живет император 10 тысяч лет». Со временем от выражения осталась только вторая часть «ваньсуй». Японцы переняли это пожелание, но в транскрипции страны Восходящего солнца слово звучало как «банзей». Но его продолжали использовать только в отношении правителя, желая долгого здравствования. «Банзай!» - боевой клич японцев. Фото: kinokritik.com. В XIX веке слово снова изменилось. Теперь оно звучало как «банзай» и использовалось не только в отношении императора. С наступлением Второй мировой войны «банзай» стал боевым кличем японских солдат, особенно камикадзе. «Ура!» Существует немало версий этимологии боевого клича «Ура». Филологи склоняются к двум версиям происхождения этого слова. Его используют в английской и немецкой культурах. Там есть созвучные Hurra, Hurah, Hooray. Языковеды считают, что клич возник от верхненемецкого слова «hurren», т. е «быстро двигаться». Младший политрук А. Ерёменко, призывающий бойцов к атаке за несколько секунд до собственной гибели. Фото: storage.suffra.com. Согласно второй версии, клич позаимствовали у монголо-татар. С тюркского «ur» можно перевести как «бей!» Кроме боевого клича, в культурах некоторых народов присутствовали боевые танцы. Например, Капоэйра – афро-бразильский вид боевого искусства, сочетающий в себе элементы акробатики, игры, танца и сопровождающийся национальной бразильской музыкой. Читайте также: Казахстан предложил Астану как площадку для решения конфликтов в Европе>> Пони в детском кресле поссорил интернет-пользователей (видео)>> Казахстанские ученые представили уникальную разработку>> ВОЗ: почти 2 миллиарда людей на Земле пьют воду с фекалиями>>

22 февраля, 23:26

Emails Reveal Chummy Relations Between EPA Chief And Industries He Now Regulates

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); During his time as Oklahoma attorney general, Scott Pruitt, the newly sworn-in Environmental Protection Agency chief, forged an alliance with industry players to fortify oil, gas and utility companies’ legal challenges against Obama-era regulations that they said amounted to a “war on carbon,” according to more than 7,500 pages of emails published Wednesday. The public release of the emails was ordered last week by a judge in Oklahoma and comes just five days after the Senate narrowly voted to confirm Pruitt as EPA administrator. Pruitt’s nomination faced fierce protests from environmentalists and some Democrats, who argued that his confirmation vote should be delayed until after the release of the emails. The emails reveal a chummy relationship between Pruitt and the companies whose pollution he’s now tasked with reining in. The document dump sheds new light on Pruitt’s frequent strategizing with Devon Energy Corporation, the Oklahoma City-based oil and gas giant. Pruitt’s ties to the company, uncovered in a similar email dump published in 2014 by The New York Times, became a flashpoint during his confirmation process. In particular, critics railed against Pruitt’s 2011 decision to allow the company to write a three-page complaint to the EPA under his letterhead. In 2013, Pruitt’s office solicited feedback from the company before suing the federal Bureau of Land Management over proposed rules to curb emissions from methane, a potent natural gas. In a victory for Pruitt, other state attorneys general and the oil and gas lobby, a judge struck down the regulation last June. “I thought we should insert a sentence or two regarding the recent EPA report indicating their initial estimates on methane emissions were too high,” P. Clayton Eubanks, who served as Pruitt’s deputy solicitor general, wrote in an email to William Whitsitt, then an executive vice president of Devon. “Any suggestions?” The document release did not include attachments to the emails, although sometimes the names of attached files are listed, so it’s unclear to what extent Devon’s edits made it into the attorney general’s final letter. But as DeSmogBlog noted, Pruitt’s deputy later wrote: “thanks for all your help on this.” In July 2013, Pruitt gave lawyers at Devon a first crack at a letter he planned to send criticizing proposed federal restrictions on methane emissions from natural gas drilling sites. Brent Rockwood, a director at Devon, suggested edits even on a granular level. “[O]ur legal team took another review of the AG letter, and a good recommendation was made to include footnotes to source the quotes/legal arguments,” Rockwood wrote in an email sent to Pruitt’s office and Whitsitt, the Devon executive. “The attached version is the same one I originally sent to you, and which we just discussed, with the exception of the added footnotes.” “Thanks for putting the AG letter into action,” he added. “I think that this letter will make a strong statement and a real difference.” The emails also show Pruitt was in contact not just with individual companies but with fossil fuel industry groups as well. Pruitt met with the lobbying group American Fuel and Petroleum Manufacturers to discuss ozone limits and the renewable fuel regulations in 2013 in Washington, D.C. After the meeting, Pruitt had his assistant put Eubanks in touch with Sarah Magruder Lyle, then a top executive at the AFPM. Lyle sent Pruitt’s staff industry talking points and research on those topics, which argued among other things that clean air standards hurt the refining industry. (Lyle now runs a group that is sponsored by pipeline companies and utilities.) Pruitt later opposed the Obama administration’s Renewable Fuel Standard and ozone limits. The White House on Wednesday did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Pruitt’s emails. Pruitt made his name suing the EPA 13 times, repeatedly joining oil, gas and coal players ― including Oklahoma Gas & Electric and the Domestic Energy Producers Alliance, an industry-backed group ― in filing lawsuits to stop federal regulations. Pruitt championed the rights of Exxon Mobil Corp. in investigations into whether the oil giant committed fraud by covering up evidence that burning fossil fuels changes the climate. During his confirmation hearing, he claimed he was unsure how much lead was safe for humans to consume. Between 2002 and 2016, he received more than $300,000 in donations from the fossil fuel industry, and even more money went to a political action committee and a super PAC that paid for the former Oklahoma attorney general’s trips to Hawaii and New Orleans. “The newly released emails reveal a close and friendly relationship between Scott Pruitt’s office and the fossil fuel industry, with frequent meetings, calls, dinners and other events,” said Nick Surgey, research director at the Center for Media and Democracy, the watchdog group that sued to release the emails. “And our work doesn’t stop here,” Surgey added. “We will keep fighting until all of the public records involving Pruitt’s dealings with energy corporations are released ― both those for which his office is now asserting some sort of privilege against public disclosure and the documents relevant to our eight other Open Records Act requests.” Pruitt didn’t just practice a pro-fossil fuel agenda, he preached it too. In 2014, Pruitt gave a 20-minute presentation at a panel on climate regulations at George Mason University. Ahead of the event, Henry Butler, dean of the college’s law school, set the tone of the discussions in an email sent to Pruitt and other panelists. “For purposes of our discussion, please assume that there is a war on carbon and that there are some benefits to the reduction in carbon emissions,” he wrote. “What is often missing from the policy discussion is the costs.” And just in case the energy industry and conservative backers needed reminding that they had Pruitt’s pen, and full support was at their disposal, Pruitt’s office pushed press clips praising his work against climate regulation out to some of the same organizations that helped to direct Pruitt’s efforts. In July 2013, conservative magazine The Weekly Standard published an article praising Pruitt and other Republican attorneys general as “the unsung heroes in challenging the Obama agenda.” Two days after the story came out, Aaron Cooper, Pruitt’s director of public affairs, forwarded the link to Matt Ball, the Oklahoma director of Americans for Prosperity, a conservative political advocacy group that receives funding from the Koch brothers. “It’s a good read and possibly worthy of use on social media. :),” Cooper wrote. Later that day, Ball responded, saying, “Just tweeted this from AFP acct.” This article was updated to include comment from Surgey.  Sign up for the HuffPost Must Reads newsletter. Each Sunday, we will bring you the best original reporting, long form writing and breaking news from The Huffington Post and around the web, plus behind-the-scenes looks at how it’s all made. 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22 февраля, 23:26

Emails Reveal Chummy Relations Between EPA Chief And Industries He Now Regulates

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); During his time as Oklahoma attorney general, Scott Pruitt, the newly sworn-in Environmental Protection Agency chief, forged an alliance with industry players to fortify oil, gas and utility companies’ legal challenges against Obama-era regulations that they said amounted to a “war on carbon,” according to more than 7,500 pages of emails published Wednesday. The public release of the emails was ordered last week by a judge in Oklahoma and comes just five days after the Senate narrowly voted to confirm Pruitt as EPA administrator. Pruitt’s nomination faced fierce protests from environmentalists and some Democrats, who argued that his confirmation vote should be delayed until after the release of the emails. The emails reveal a chummy relationship between Pruitt and the companies whose pollution he’s now tasked with reining in. The document dump sheds new light on Pruitt’s frequent collusion with Devon Energy Corporation, the Oklahoma City-based oil and gas giant. Pruitt’s ties to the company, uncovered in a similar email dump published in 2014 by The New York Times, became a flashpoint during his confirmation process. In particular, critics railed against Pruitt’s 2011 decision to allow the company to write a three-page complaint to the EPA under his letterhead. In 2013, Pruitt’s office solicited feedback from the company before suing the federal Bureau of Land Management over proposed rules to curb emissions from methane, a potent natural gas. In a victory for Pruitt, other state attorneys general and the oil and gas lobby, a judge struck down the regulation last June. “I thought we should insert a sentence or two regarding the recent EPA report indicating their initial estimates on methane emissions were too high,” P. Clayton Eubanks, who served as Pruitt’s deputy solicitor general, wrote in an email to William Whitsitt, then an executive vice president of Devon. “Any suggestions?” The document release did not include attachments to the emails, although sometimes the names of attached files are listed, so it’s unclear to what extent Devon’s edits made it into the attorney general’s final letter. But as DeSmogBlog noted, Pruitt’s deputy later wrote: “thanks for all your help on this.” In July 2013, Pruitt gave lawyers at Devon a first crack at a letter he planned to send criticizing proposed federal restrictions on methane emissions from natural gas drilling sites. Brent Rockwood, a director at Devon, suggested edits even on a granular level. “[O]ur legal team took another review of the AG letter, and a good recommendation was made to include footnotes to source the quotes/legal arguments,” Rockwood wrote in an email sent to Pruitt’s office and Whitsitt, the Devon executive. “The attached version is the same one I originally sent to you, and which we just discussed, with the exception of the added footnotes.” “Thanks for putting the AG letter into action,” he added. “I think that this letter will make a strong statement and a real difference.” The emails also show Pruitt was in contact not just with individual companies but with fossil fuel industry groups as well. Pruitt met with the lobbying group American Fuel and Petroleum Manufacturers to discuss ozone limits and the renewable fuel regulations in 2013 in Washington, D.C. After the meeting, Pruitt had his assistant put Eubanks in touch with Sarah Magruder Lyle, then a top executive at the AFPM. Lyle sent Pruitt’s staff industry talking points and research on those topics, which argued among other things that clean air standards hurt the refining industry. (Lyle now runs a group that is sponsored by pipeline companies and utilities.) Pruitt later opposed the Obama administration’s Renewable Fuel Standard and ozone limits. The White House on Wednesday did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Pruitt’s emails. Pruitt made his name suing the EPA 13 times, repeatedly joining oil, gas and coal players ― including Oklahoma Gas & Electric and the Domestic Energy Producers Alliance, an industry-backed group ― in filing lawsuits to stop federal regulations. Pruitt championed the rights of Exxon Mobil Corp. in investigations into whether the oil giant committed fraud by covering up evidence that burning fossil fuels changes the climate. During his confirmation hearing, he claimed he was unsure how much lead was safe for humans to consume. Between 2002 and 2016, he received more than $300,000 in donations from the fossil fuel industry, and even more money went to a political action committee and a super PAC that paid for the former Oklahoma attorney general’s trips to Hawaii and New Orleans. Pruitt didn’t just practice a pro-fossil fuel agenda, he preached it too. In 2014, Pruitt gave a 20-minute presentation at a panel on climate regulations at George Mason University. Ahead of the event, Henry Butler, dean of the college’s law school, set the tone of the discussions in an email sent to Pruitt and other panelists. “For purposes of our discussion, please assume that there is a war on carbon and that there are some benefits to the reduction in carbon emissions,” he wrote. “What is often missing from the policy discussion is the costs.” And just in case the energy industry and conservative backers needed reminding that they had Pruitt’s pen, and full support was at their disposal, Pruitt’s office pushed press clips praising his work against climate regulation out to some of the same organizations that helped to direct Pruitt’s efforts. In July 2013, conservative magazine The Weekly Standard published an article praising Pruitt and other Republican attorneys general as “the unsung heroes in challenging the Obama agenda.” Two days after the story came out, Aaron Cooper, Pruitt’s director of public affairs, forwarded the link to Matt Ball, the Oklahoma director of Americans for Prosperity, a conservative political advocacy group that receives funding from the Koch brothers. “It’s a good read and possibly worthy of use on social media. :),” Cooper wrote. Later that day, Ball responded, saying, “Just tweeted this from AFP acct.” Sign up for the HuffPost Must Reads newsletter. Each Sunday, we will bring you the best original reporting, long form writing and breaking news from The Huffington Post and around the web, plus behind-the-scenes looks at how it’s all made. Click here to sign up! -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

22 февраля, 11:45

‘The Bachelor’: 11 Reactions Bachelor Nation Alums Had to Season 21

Once you're in the Bachelor Nation you're pretty much in it for life. So find out what the alums have to say about Nick's season of 'The Bachelor'.

28 января 2015, 22:27

Симпозиум, посвященный 120-летию со дня рождения Михаила Бахтина (Венгрия)

28 – 29 мая 2015 г. Литературо- и Культуроведческий Институт Университета Паннон совместно с Академической Комиссией Венгерской Научной Академии г. Веспрема и Института Изучения Языков и Культуры Университета Монаш организует международный симпозиум к стодвадцатилетнему юбилею со дня рождения Михаила Бахтина и в память сороколетия со дня его смерти.  Михаил Бахтин (1895–1975) является одним из самых часто цитируемых оригинальных мыслителей двадцатого века, который оказал исключительное влияние на формирование дисциплин изучения человеческой природы. Вся многослойность и важность этого влияния еще так и не была до конца раскрыта богатыми и широкоохватывающими исследованиями. Его произведения в большинстве университетов являются частью процесса изучения гуманитарных наук. Самая известная его работа – полифоническая модель романа, разработанная им для описания прозаических произведений Достоевского – содержит ключевые мотивы воззрения ученого и мыслителя. Эти мотивы – диалог, многоязычие, речевые жанры, двуголосое слово (карневализация, хронотоп) – выходя далеко за рамки литературоведения, охватывают области философических, эстетических, языковых, коммуникативно-теоретических и культурно-теоретических дискурсов. Данную обширную продуктивность, очевидно, можно объяснить такой укладкой, что Бахтин переосмысливает предметы разъясняющих наук, сопровождающиеся изолированием, с позиции модальности жизненной событийности, посредством чего «исследует» не только мысль и ее объект, но и формирует культуру мышления. Находки, разгадки и концепции Бахтина по этой причине также влияли и на начавшиеся во второй половине двадцатого века исследования семиотики, теории прозы, поэтики, риторики, нарратологии, культуры семиотики и культурологии, а также широко и на лингвистическую сферу. Полный спектр его работ мы так и не смогли оценить до последнего момента по той причине, что часть его трудов была доступна только в форме рукописей. В период 1996–2012 гг. было издано семь томов произведений Бахтина на русском языке, содержащих также и критические замечания, параллельно с этим были опубликованы тексты со спорным авторством. Таким образом, стало возможным создать обширную картину его творчества, и подвергнуть его детальному изучению. Прочитать до конца теоретические труды Бахтина означает сегодня то же самое, как если бы через ракурс некоторых ключевых проблем переосмыслить процессы формирования лингвистики, философии и изучения литературы начиная с 20-х годов прошлого века до наших дней, а также заново поставить их актуальные вопросы. На сегодняшний день уже и так понятно, что Бахтин сделал попытку перешагнуть через гносеологическое и феноменологическое мышление, когда инициировал толкование диалога в качестве методологического принципа в области гуманитарных наук. В результате этого человеческое мышление переместилось в горизонт онтологии, субъект которого – согласно аргументации Бахтина – «бытие, раскрываемое в высказывании и в речи», которое не уступает принуждениям, не может быть сковано, а свободно раскрывается перед нашими познавательными поступками. Предлагаемые для обсуждения темы: - Теория поступка Бахтина и традиция философской антропологии (Kierkegaard, Scheler, Cassirer, Buber и другие) - Место Бахтина в современной теории литературы и в философском дискурсе (Ricœur, Levinas, Merleau-Ponty, Lacan, Frye, Mamardashvili, Jauss, Gadamer и другие) - Слово, знак, троп, символ – аспекты семиотики и лингвистики - Лингвистические и металингвистические аспекты высказывания и языковой гибридности (многоязычие, перевод и т.д.) - Теория жанров художественных произведений (от речевых жанров до романа) - Культура смеха - Нарративная идентичность и диалогическая идентичность (теории субъекта) - Поэтика и герменевтика двуголосого слова - Искусство прозы Достоевского - Продуктивность взгляда Бахтина в толковании литературных произведений Языки симпозиума: английский, русский. Дата проведения симпозиума: 28 – 29 мая 2015 г. Место проведения: Веспрем (Венгрия), Университет Паннон, ул. Вар 20. Заявки и участие: Просим подавать заявки на английском и русском языках. Просим включить в заявку название выступления и краткое описание (аннотация) объемом не более 300 слов или 3000 знаков, имя автора и принадлежность к научной организации, почтовый и электронный адрес. Заявки просим отсылать на имя Гезы Хорват Horváth Géza ([email protected]) или Каталин Ситар Szitár Katalin ([email protected]) в формате ВОРД WORD. Срок подачи заявок: 1 марта 2015 г. Ответы на заявки мы разошлем до 1-го апреля 2015 г. Регистрационный взнос: 100 ЕВРО Важнейшие сроки: 1 марта: подача заявок 1 апреля: регистрация заявок, ответ 15 апреля: утверждение заявок 28-29 мая: конференция: Интернет-страничка конференции: http://magyarweb.uni-pannon.hu/index.php/hu/irodalom-es-kulturatudomanyi-muhely/bakhtin-after-cognition