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A Japanese religious movement founded in 1984 by Shoko Asahara, which is a composite belief system based on Asahara's idiosyncratic interpretations of yoga, Buddhism, Christianity, and Nostradamus. Aum gained international notoriety in 1995 when it carried out a sarin gas attack in the Tokyo subway system that killed 12 people
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Furthermore, the story itself constitutes a type of heterotopic space, a linguistic threshold that revolves around a physical threshold, the Aleph. The elements that make up the story are very varied, in fact, and range from the narrator's lament at the loss of his beloved Beatriz, to the literary rivalry between him and Beatriz's cousin, Carlos Argentino Daneri, in whose house the Aleph is located, to the extracts from the poor-quality poem that Daneri is writing, called "The Earth," in which he is attempting to systematically describe the entire world, based presumably on what he has been able to see in the Aleph.
Aleph and other splinter groups, which deny links to Asahara despite the claims of authorities, have 1,650 members in Japan and hundreds more in Russia, according to the Public Security Intelligence Agency.
The Aleph team seems to have stepped up their game this year, with art taking a significant role.
Cierta "Division de Sumarios" omitio condenar al autor de El Aleph por esa falta, pero tampoco lo absolvio.
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Despite these readings that understand Borges's mystical object as a reference to the play of arbitrary signs, there are also attempts to satisfy the "yearning for the signified." Floyd Merrel, for example, tries to resolve the paradoxes of the Aleph by using modern mathematics and physics and invokes the notions of infinity and finitude, time and timelessness, continuity and discontinuity, the One and the Many.
Not knowing its weak links puts a business in a precarious position," says Joseph Martin, CEO of Aleph Tav Technologies.
En su cuento, el Aleph es un punto del espacio que contiene todos los puntos, un lugar donde estan, sin confundirse, todos los lugares, vistos desde todos los angulos.
Despite my differences with Diaz on his interpretation of "The Aleph," I find his analysis of Whitman's influence on Borges's prose style and poetry persuasive, and my comments cannot detract from the remarkable brilliance of his reading of Borges.
Thanks to our active community, the LulzBot Mini is coming to market with technology that has already undergone thousands of hours of use and testing, said Jeff Moe, President and CEO, Aleph Objects.
Pero ninguno de los dos criticos mencionados dedica un apartado a la influencia particularmente formal de Quevedo en un fragmento esencial y bien conocido de El Aleph: la extensa enumeracion, marcada por los reiterados <<vi>>, de todo lo que el narrador, que se identifica con Borges, dice observar, en simultaneo, en la escalera del sotano de la casa de Carlos Argentino Daneri, que es la misma donde habia vivido la amada del relato, Beatriz Viterbo.