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  • On which words a gloss says: "Rapt, that is to say, uplifted contrary to nature."

    Summa Theologica, Part II-II (Secunda Secundae) Translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province

  • In "Rapt," she concentrates on what science has to tell us about the mind's capacities for paying attention.

    Please, Pay Attention

  • The book "Rapt" by Winifred Gallagher reports that many neuroscientists believe attention is a process of either selecting a topic or not.

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  • "Rapt" is a fascinating discussion of how consciousness works, and Ms. Gallagher offers much helpful advice on how to lead a "focused life."

    Please, Pay Attention

  • This year, more than 20 French talents, including Yvan Attal ( "Rapt"), Jean Dujardin ( "OSS 117") and Guillaume Canet ( "L'Affaire Farewell") will be in Gotham to present their films.

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  • The other best film nominations were "Les herbes folles" ( "Wild Grass"), by New Wave veteran Alain Resnais, "Rapt," about a kidnapped industrialist and "La journee de la jupe"

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  • "Rapt," which follows the harrowing abduction of a rich and decadent businessman, borrows elements of "24" and other contemporary TV procedurals, while also painting a compelling portrait of French society's uppermost edges.

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  • Of other screeners, best buzzed was Films Distribution-sold "Rapt": the tale of a bad-boy billionaire's kidnapping engrossed a packed audience and sold in Paris to Blighty's Artificial Eye and Germany's Square One.

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  • "Rapt," which follows the harrowing abduction of a rich and decadent businessman, borrows elements of "24" and other contemporary TV procedurals, while also painting a compelling portrait of French society's uppermost edges.

    Politics

  • "Rapt," which follows the harrowing abduction of a rich and decadent businessman, borrows elements of "24" and other contemporary TV procedurals, while also painting a compelling portrait of French society's uppermost edges.

    Politics

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