An artistic movement made up of American artists in the 1940s and 1950s, also known as the New York School, or more narrowly, action painting.
Abstract Expressionism is usually characterized by large abstract painted canvases, although the movement also includes sculpture and other media. A term coined by art critic Harold Rosenberg in 1952 to describe the work of artists who painted with gestures that involved more than just the traditional use of the fingers and wrist to paint, including also the arm, shoulder, and even legs.
It covers recent shifts in astrological ideas, how astrologers avoid dealing with criticism, and the problems associated with (in turn) the fundamental assumptions of astrology, the origins of astrological ideas, modern psychological astrology, astrological world views, astrological symbolism, non-falsifiability, and magical influences.
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I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone who wishes to critically examine the claims of evolution, particularly with regard to the alleged age of the Earth, and the alleged ages of rock formations.
"The Theory of Biological Evolution" is a term used to refer to the proposition that all forms of life on earth are related through common descent, that inheritable traits are passed on from parent organisms to their offspring, that some changes naturally arise when organisms have offspring, and that over time these changes have resulted in the variety of life that we see on earth today.