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"albert sacks" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:10 min | 11 months ago

"albert sacks" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"More than ninety books on cooking entertaining grass and home keeping gardens weddings and decorating we're so thrilled that mark is joining us tonight welcome thank you Teresa well as of a couple firsts for me staying home is very unusual for me our thinking having the time should think is deeply as I've been thinking these last few weeks is also unusual because I'm always busy and I thought tonight instead of talking about food and home and lifestyle my my that's like my field of work I thought I would talk about something that I wrote quite a long time ago called standards of perfection the foundation of taste is comparison the examination of two things which is better than the adding of the third just see which is the best my own quest for the best starting at the Nutley public library in New Jersey the children's room librarian Mrs Marguerite a whole new every single book on the shelves and she stared each of those lines that would set my standards for life inventions of the adventures of back or the elephant the doctor do little books the secret garden in time graduated to the Stockton room where I discovered that that hawthorn Jane Austen and of course Charles Dickens in the eighth grade I was admitted to the adult library upstairs where my appetite for reading was went even further already curious about the writer's craft I want to discover the keygen good literature sometimes reading several books on the same subject to figure out just how one was better than the next during high school I took courses in art and decoration of the Newark museum or entry was introduced to the techniques for distinguishing great art from good those techniques seemed arbitrary then sometimes especially when I look at contemporary art or architecture I couldn't fathom how many teachers or the scholars whose books we were spreading and decided what was the best college so everything became much clearer I studied history of art architecture and decorative arts my professors were inspiring I tried along with my fellow students to determine what mean one artist's work security or to that of his contemporaries we also consider the question of why change change why was a portrait by mention yet considered a masterpiece in the fifteenth century and worthless in the nineteenth and finally a classic on the twentieth where paintings by van Gogh ignored in his lifetime perceived as priceless today in her novel at full strong Edith Wharton tells a charming the cautionary tale that illustrates the vagaries of taste there are two in New York fortune is interested in eighteen years of age with five thousand dollars to someone art collection for the family he takes the grants were from Asia minor to England across Italy Switzerland and France in the mid eighteen hundreds and highly stylized works by painters such as such a variety show in the Karachi brothers with fashion the young man however discovers the van team Kalyan permissions della Francesca tenure and Giotto yes I was a magnificent collection for his father and when he returns home is disowned and discredited all because his case is ahead of this time is Wharton's young man made his selections by the simple act of comparison you look at one group of paintings and then others he chose the best my studies taught me how to do the same this comparative approaches also exemplified by a marvelous picture book fine points furniture published by crown way back in nineteen fifty its author Albert sacks discusses the history of American furniture to the eighteen twenties and shows the good better and best examples of each style the most wonderful thing about that is that when you look at the three examples together you instinctively know which is the best and the comparison you and through comparison you learn the fine points of craftsmanship and design and can then use that knowledge to judge any piece of furniture we can compare chairs or apples or books recipes or even some animals specially bred horses dogs or cats this principle of comparison by which one arrives and standard of perfection applies to many areas of life but don't apply it to people they're fine points are indeterminate and infinitely more complex good luck with the rest of your education good luck with the rest of your lives will live through all of this and and find a new future best selling author and entrepreneur Martha Stewart thank you so much Martha that was then tastic moderator for this event distribution zero executive director of Random House integrated marketing the next step is Anna Quindlen Anna Quindlen is they can't claim to best selling author of many novels and works of nonfiction including her memoir lots of candles plenty of cake which is a which is a number one New York times bestseller her book is your guide to a happy life has sold more than a million copies dot com is that the new York times she won the Pulitzer Prize is a graduate of Barnard College and has honorary degrees for more than twenty colleges and universities we're so excited that an agreement could join us this evening welcome Anna thank you Teresa what this feels really hot usually I'm doing a commencement speech in a lovely quiet somewhere or occasionally a sports arena and I'm wearing an academic robes instead of this concert my audience is wearing an academic robe to at least all those graduates in the front and then behind them are acres of family members carrying flowers and balloons and all of them with tears in their eyes but this is.

"albert sacks" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"albert sacks" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Avoidance not recklessness not callous disregard not this not that just as an important side note here is that the bulk of fossils manufacturing happens in China Rome eggs breath points out the huge problem of Chinese counterfeiting of of American goods so Rome eggs lawyer. Lisa glad argued that a judgment against her client will set a bad precedent for many American businesses. If Romantic and others others have to prove willful infringement. Instead of just the fact of infringement the cost could be prohibitive. It's expensive to monitor this sort of cheating and to build up a case taste that it is willful and not some easier to prove standard like negligent or reckless justice. Elena Kagan looked for some middle path to think it's open to US Miss Blat to pick a position someplace between you and Mr Cot. Ya another words Mr Cot. y'All says never under any circumstances in you got the profits without wilfulness and you say well wilfulness is just one factor among the things that you think about now. This gets a little bit into the weeds of the patent law. But one wrinkle is that fossil and Rome egg are not direct competitors one makes purses the other makes a component of purses this this case would be easier if they were direct competitors because the law is clear and the circuits aren't split on the issue. The justices seemed to favour romantic in their questions. Gyms so my guess is Fossil Inc.. We'll have to pay up more closely monitor. Its own operations. The last case today does involve direct competitors. One is lucky brand dungarees ink maker of Denim Jeans and other wearables. The other side is Marcel. Fashions Group INC it also makes apparel and holds a registered trademark on the slogan. Get lucky and that's the crux of a twenty year dispute with three separate lawsuits lucky brand admitted to infringing infringing marseils trademark. Along the way using get lucky in its advertisements. Eventually the two parties settled lybrand paid Marcel. Some damages in promised to stop using the get lucky slogan Marsala agreed to release other claims to end the dispute. The problem is that settlement didn't anticipate problems to come mm-hmm so the legal question now is over the scope of the claims. Marcel released lucky brand argues. Those claims are over and done with and Marcel. Says they aren't now. This is a highly technical case that will govern legal procedure what the parties are arguing over. is the scope of Race Judy Cada. That's a Latin term term for a matter. Already judged you also hear the concept referred to as preclusion and that means a party is precluded from pursuing an issue or reclaim again and the question will get to whether race. Judo Kata includes not just claims but defenses. Let's close with a peak into justice. Stephen Briers thought process in sorting out what this case is about he mentions his civil procedure professor at Harvard. Law School the late Albert Sacks. I don't understand what art art were supposed to decide. I thought that we took this case because assuming that the law is what it seems to have always been that we're a sues B and the suits over then a Susan B again for identical conduct which took place After the suit was over I thought in one thousand nine hundred sixty one in Al Sachs's procedure class and things may have changed that I learned that the second suit is a new suit and therefore people can raise claims and that because flit is a justice. GINSBURG said exactly that. And she said that and it took her about a minute and it took all sacks I think about an hour because it but there we are and you started by saying that so I thought well I agree with that but I I thought that the case was about the second circuit trying to have a new rule while this made me smile because first year civil procedure is shelley say memorable and it seems no lawyer forgets who taught it in law school justice justice. Breyer didn't forget either. And that was fifty nine years ago and while I'm appreciating the justices today I'll say that one thing I appreciate about justice. Briar is his frankness and his willingness to clarify what is confusing to him in order to achieve clarity in the end. And that's what the justices are tasked with.

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"albert sacks" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"albert sacks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Why don't you speak for yourself? John. Plymouth Plymouth, mass, very good. They were afraid to get married though for fear of offending Standish. But then word came several months later that he'd been killed in battle. And so they agreed to marry. And at the ceremony who should show up miles. Standish. And to his everlasting credit gave the couple his blessings and if three Piedmont making an unannounced appearance. Try this one Sam. What might be the romantic legend surrounding Albert sex Coburg, Gotha? Albert sacks. Coburg gotha. And most of that is hyphenated the saxe-coburg's were that was one of the lines of royalty. Right. It was so this is Prince Albert and Queen, Victoria. Exactly. Good. He he was a German prince first cousin actually. They married in eighteen forty to the dismay of all because he was a German nationality and twenty years later when he died she was so devastated, she didn't appear in public for three years. And in fact, the reason Victoria, wore black for the last forty years of her rule was in mourning for Prince Albert and then great movie. Yeah. Brown Brown and because it's slimming..

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