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The character's original 1960s animated appearances left a lasting impression, making Aquaman widely recognized in popular culture and one of the world's most recognized superheroes. Jokes about his wholesome, weak portrayal in Super Friends and perceived feeble powers and abilities have been staples of comedy programs and stand-up routines,[3][4][5] leading DC at several times to attempt to make the character edgier or more powerful in the comic books.[6] Modern comic book depictions have attempted to reconcile these various aspects of his public perception, with many versions often casting Aquaman as serious and brooding, weighed down by his public reputation, his responsibilities as king, and the complex world of Atlantean politics.[7]

Mon Impression : Batman Rebirth 1

He makes an immediate impression as a more media-friendly Batman who allows crime scenes to be recorded so his convictions stick. When he goes after the Penguin, Black Mask intervenes by sending Clayface and Lyle Blanco as hitmen. Two-Face breaks into the Batcave using a teleporter and tries to confront Batman as an impostor, but Dick convinces him otherwise.[98] His first mission with Damian Wayne as Robin involves Professor Pyg and the Circus of Strange, who they stop from spreading drug addiction like a virus and turning people into Dollotrons.[99] They continue to struggle with Hush posing as Bruce Wayne, and begin keeping him under constant guard to stop him from damaging the Wayne Foundation. Firefly betrays Black Mask to satisfy his pyromania and Zsasz uses the Broker to construct a gladiatorial abattoir.[100]

What kind of body is the soul? As mentioned above (2.3), the Stoics identify the soul as pneuma at a certain degreeof tensility, more rarified than pneuma in the condition oftenor (hexis), which is responsible for the coherence ofsolid objects, and than pneuma in the condition of nature(phusis), which regulates vital activities such as nutritionand growth (Philo, 47P, Q). Pneuma in the condition of soulenables the animal to take in perceptual information from itssurroundings, by forming impressions (phantasiai), and tomove itself from place to place, by forming impulses (hormai)(Origen, 53A).

In a noteworthy break from both ordinary Greek usage and earlierphilosophical theories, the Stoics deny that all living things havesouls. Plants have tenor-pneuma and nature-pneumabut not soul, since they do not engage in perception orself-locomotion (Philo, 47P; Origen, 53A). Ensouled life is thereforedistinguished by the possession of the representational andmotivational faculties just mentioned: impression and impulse. Innarrowing the conception of the soul from a general principle of lifeto one that refers specifically to these more obviously mentalcharacteristics, the Stoics take an important step forward in thehistory of the philosophy of mind (on which see Annas 1992, Nawar2020, and the entry on Ancient Theories of Soul).

Unsurprisingly, then, the Stoics expend no small effort explainingwhat distinguishes cognitive and non-cognitive impressions. Zenoeventually settled on the following three-clause definition of thecognitive impression, which was retained throughout the history of theschool. According to the Stoics, a cognitive impression is onewhich:

These three clauses are construed by the Stoics as providingindividually-necessary and jointly-sufficient conditions for animpression to be cognitive (Nawar 2014). Together, they are supposedto capture the feature(s) shared by all and only cognitiveimpressions, in virtue of which they serve as criteria of truth(Diogenes Laertius, 40A). However, their precise interpretationremains highly controversial.

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Romita Jr. has an eye for creating dramatic illustrations. He skillfully uses repetition with subtle change in perspective or proximity to the subject to make the work feel cohesive while heightening tension. The images flow fluidly, with each still leaving a unique impression. For his part, Janson provides impressive work, making the book feel crisp, while also having a bit of grit to it.

Molko expected to spend some relaxed time in the country, but soon learned the day's schedule was tightly planned and left him no time to himself. First came group calisthenics, then breakfast, then a lecture on moral and ethical issues, followed by small group discussions of the lecture. Next came lunch, more exercise, another lecture and discussion, then a break to take a shower. Finally came dinner, "testimonials" by individuals about their lives and their impressions of the day at Boonville, and group singing followed by yet another small group discussion. At the end of the day Molko was exhausted and quickly fell asleep.

Thus the Church asks us to consider an issue of first impression -- whether the equitable indemnity doctrine, as set forth by this court in American Motorcycle Assn. v. Superior Court (1978) 20 Cal.3d 578 [146 Cal.Rptr. 182, 578 P.2d 899], permits an intentional tortfeasor to obtain indemnity from concurrent intentional tortfeasors on a comparative fault basis. We must decline the invitation, however, because the facts in the present case would not support such an action even if it were otherwise permitted.

The effect of conversion, generally speaking, is spiritual rebirth -- that is, attainment of a new life. The first step in that direction is a separation from the previous environment to a place where one can meditate and contemplate without distraction. Our world's numerous monasteries and convents demonstrate how retreat and isolation can promote single-minded devotion [46 Cal.3d 1138] to God. The separation from friends and family members may be an important step in achieving this goal. Jesus Christ is quoted as saying: "He who loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me." (Matthew, 10:34-38.) The Mennonites likewise teach that true Christians must be prepared to take upon themselves the cross of Christ, and forsake father, mother, husband, wife, children, possessions and the self, for the sake of the testimony of His Holy Word when the honor and praise of God require it. (J. Wenger, Glimpses of Mennonite History and Doctrine (2d ed. 1947).) Although transcending one's family may be traumatic and painful, it is sometimes an essential element in the pilgrimage of faith. The guilt and awareness of sin also may be an important factor leading to conversion. The promise of salvation and the threat of damnation are the very foundation of the life of the devout. Ascetic, regulated life, hard work, fasting and giving up earthly pleasures are also parts of many religious teachings aimed at spiritual purity and pleasing God. The dogmatic approach and intolerance of criticism are not uncommon with established religions which profess that divine truth is revealed in Holy Scriptures, church dogmas and in ex cathedra declarations of anointed leaders (e.g., papal infallibility in the Catholic Church) which is not to be questioned by faithful followers. Finally, the introverted view forsaking interest in the outside world necessarily flows from the religious teaching that one must separate himself or herself from the world dominated by Satan and his evil forces in order to join and serve God's kingdom.

FN 9. The Court of Appeal said it best: "The beguiling and very intensive recruiting methods of the Unification Church, which appear primarily directed at those young people who are most emotionally impressionable and vulnerable, seem objectionable to us, as doubtless they do to most disinterested observers."


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