3 edition of Logopolis, or City of words found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Ezekiel Hildreth. [Part 1]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii,-216 p. :|
|Number of Pages||216|
|LC Control Number||11008533|
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Meaningful Name: Logopolis comes from two ancient Greek words and means "city of speech," alluding to the oral calculations recited by the Logopolitans. Mike Nelson, Destroyer of Worlds: The Master inadvertently manages to unleash great destruction upon about a quarter of the Universe, simply because he didn't fully understand the danger of. Logopolis itself is an interesting idea of a place, brought well enough to the screen. There is a certain lack of entertaining social complexity amongst the inhabitants, and the sets seem to have been designed for the ability to crumble on cue rather than any real aesthetic value, so it does seem advantageous that the screen time spent there is Missing: City of words.
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Excerpt from Logopolis, or City of Words: Containing a Development Logopolis the Science, Grammar, Syntax, Logic and Rhetoric of the English Language Versal plan Logopolis, or City of Words: Containing a Development of the Science, Grammar, Syntax, Logic and Rhetoric of the English Language (Classic Reprint): Hildreth, Ezekiel: : Books.
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Logopolis (literally city of words, for a planet of people who speak their computations aloud), begins in a very relaxed way: the Doctor wants to take some measurements for the TARDIS.
This creates an amazingly simple but deeply intriguing first episode. Logopolis comes from two ancient Greek words and means "city of speech," alluding to the oral calculations recited by the or: Peter Grimwade.
Logopolis literally means “city of words” but in Christianity the Logos is identified with Jesus as part of God. In fact the mathematicians on Logopolis look like monks and have almost divine powers as without their work the universe would disappear.
Logopolis is the seventh and final Logopolis of the 18th season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts on BBC1 from 28 February to 21 March It was Tom Baker's last story as the Fourth Doctor and marks the first appearance of Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor and Janet Fielding as new companion Tegan ed by: Peter Grimwade.
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He has propped his bicycle up against the box and is just dropping his rubbish in a nearby bin when the police box whibbles, and his connection is interrupted. [Logopolis] (The fig tree in a pot leaves the Cloister Room and appears behind the Logopolitans just before the Doctor pokes his.
Reading the back cover of the "Logopolis" novelization reveals a host of words you don't find any more in books aimed at 12 year-olds. "Precipitated", for instace. The opening paragraph of the story is unusually literate, presaging the Fourth Doctor's death: "Events cast shadows before them ".4/4(4).
Logopolis Graphic Design Ltd. 5 Visamäki. Espoo, Missing: City of words. Bidmead decided to further explore the notion of the CVEs in what came to be called Logopolis (taken from the Greek for “city of words”). Bidmead was also a keen computer enthusiast, and used many ideas from computer science in developing his scripts, with elements such as the Monitor, block transfers, and registers all being derived from terminology in computer architecture.
The title “Logopolis” is a natural starting point. It is the title but also a planet. The name is composed of two Greek words, logos and polis. Logos can mean word, reason, thought, or principle. Polis means city. But the question is, how do we understand logos in this context.
The name 'Logopolis' derives from 'city of words', as the Logopolitans intone their calculations. Their settlement, from the air, looks like a giant brain.
The Pharos Project is based on the SETI Project - the Search for Extraterrestrial : Gerryd. Logopolis, or City of words; containing a development of the science, grammar, syntax, logic and rhetoric of the English language. Here in Logopolis, in his dying days under writer/script editor Christopher Bidmead, the fourth Doctor suddenly becomes a sober physicist, surrounded by juveniles yet a loner, verging on : Patrick Mulkern.
Logopolis is Greek for ‘city of words’. I looked it up. By the way, why was the TARDIS there on the Barnet Bypass anyway. Well, the Doctor wanted to visit one the police boxes on Earth and measure it in order to take the measurements to Logopolis to repair his TARDIS.
City of Words by Andrew Wixon 28/4/ Logopolis is, of course, a milestone in the history of the series, the transition point between one era and another. Right from the moment Tom decided to leave it must have been obvious that his swan-song would have to be a very special story.
Directed by Peter Grimwade. With Tom Baker, Matthew Waterhouse, Janet Fielding, Delore Whiteman. Preparing to overhaul his TARDIS, the Doctor goes to Earth to take fresh measurements of a police box. A figure in white observes, as the Master lies in wait with a puzzling predicament for his rival Time Lord/10().
Logopolis was the final story to feature the fourth Doctor, as played by Tom Baker. This is a novelization by Christopher H. Bidmead of his own original script. Chapter titles Edit Titles are listed as "Chapter One" through "Chapter Twelve" in TOC, but actual chapter headings are simple numbers ("1"-"12")Publisher: Target Books, W.H.
Allen.It's a Doctor Who classic fan favorite, Tom Baker's complete final season on Doctor Who! BBC Studios and Fathom Events are giving audiences the chance to see Tom Baker's minute final adventure,5/5(1).
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