The Doctrine of the Affections was an elaborate theory based on the idea that the passion could be represented by their outward visible or audible signs. It first came to general prominence in the mid 17th century among French scholar critics.
It was the doctrine of nullification
Marshall Plan, Truman doctrine and I guess you could include the Eisenhower Doctrine as well.
The Monroe Doctrine warned the European nations against efforts to colonize or otherwise interfere with existing states and territories in North and South America. The doctrine gave the European colonies the same courtesy from the United States.
The Stimson Doctrine was sent from the United States to Japan and China on January 7, 1932. The doctrine stated that the United States did not recognize Japan's seizure of Manchuria.Ê
The Taney Court (1837-1864) applied the doctrine of dual federalism.
Doctrine of the Affections
Yes, it is known as The Doctrine of the Affections.
The Doctrine of the Affections is the Baroque idea that only one specific feeling should be communicated throughout a piece of music.
The doctrine you refer to is the doctrine of the Trinity - but what is your question about it?
This is as theory in musical aesthetics widely accepted by the Baroque composers in the Baroque era. The "Doctrine of the Affections" was first promulgated at the end of the Renaissance. It is the result of many minds at work so it couldn't be attributed to a sigle writer.
Religious Affections was created in 1746.
Special Affections was created in 2009.
Equal Affections was created in 1989.
shes a girl, her affections shift all the time
The object of the narrators affections are held in his/her fantasy.