Brian Manning Delaney
Brian Manning Delaney
Brian Manning Delaney is a philosopher, author, and translator, based primarily in Stockholm, Sweden. His ventures include English Proper, a translation company; The Infinite Faculty, an online university, web design firm, and rock band; and Die Grosse Liebe, an exhibition and film based on the principle that love is "a powerful force" (he and his collaborator, Åsa Elzén, embarked on a world tour in 2003-04 to visit former lovers on several continents).
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Injured commander counting his blessings
Channel 10 News - San Diego, CA - over 3 years
A special anniversary is coming up for Navy Cmdr. Brian Delaney, but it is not one he ever wanted.
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Brian DeLaney, Paralyzed Gay Navy Commander, Will Move You To Tears
Huffington Post - over 3 years
A gay Navy commander who was recently paralyzed still has many things he's thankful for. Watch him tell his story and express his gratitude in the video above, and feel free to salute or cry. To many readers of the Navy Times last fall, Brian DeLaney may have been just a headline. A 17-year veteran and skipper of the amphibious USS Harpers Ferry since 2011, he survived a motorcycle crash on Oct. 30 but was left with injuries serious enough to require a change of command on the ship, the article said. And that was about it. A recently posted video produced by Embrace San Diego, an organization that helps homeless and military veterans, shows DeLaney telling a bigger story. He speaks of his adjustment after severing his spinal cord, of the loyalty of his partner of 14 years and of his love for the Navy. DeLaney, of course, also thanks Embrace's Healing Our Heroes program for remodeling his home free of charge. The renovation, valued at about $85,000, begins Oct. 13. Care to donate to ...
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As The Lights Go On In Lower Manhattan, An Information Blackout Ends
Huffington Post - over 4 years
“Do you know what happened to the Coney Island Museum?” Olivia Cieri spent most of the work week after Hurricane Sandy volunteering at ABC No Rio, an artists’ collective on Rivington Street in Manhattan. The team gave out free food and worked with Time’s Up New York to provide bicycle generators for charging cellphones. But Cieri hadn’t been able to leave downtown for the better part of the week, and by Friday she really wanted to know what was going on inside the Coney Island Museum -- where she used to work. No one could tell her, though. Even with bicycle generators to charge phones, people in downtown Manhattan did not have working internet through Friday, Nov. 2, when power finally started to return to the grids there. The massive New York City power outage caused by Hurricane Sandy had left Cieri among the thousands of New Yorkers without connection to the outside world, unable to check on relatives or secure information unless they walked or took a cab uptown, wh ...
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Pirates prevail in John Day tourney
My Eagle News - over 4 years
JOHN DAY – Baseball fans braved the wind and rain to watch the Iron Triangle Pirates dominate their wood bat tournament last weekend. High school teams from Madras, La Pine and Redmond competed in the tourney, held at the Seventh Street Complex on June 22-24. When asked about the team’s success, Coach Kevin Feist said, “All of our pitchers threw well, we played solid defense and came up with key hits when we needed to.” The Pirates, consisting of members from Burns and John Day, won all of their games. The team started on Friday with a 2-0 win against Madras, pitched by Jordan Ackerman. Ackerman, Dominic DeHaven, Lane Williams had one hit each, and Trey Thompson had two hits. DeHaven and Williams both scored runs. Saturday morning, the Pirates defeated La Pine 4-0. Williams pitched a no-hitter in the game. Recording hits were Williams, Logan Bailey, with one each, and two for Thompson. Ackerman, Brennan Bailey, Thompson and Zach Bailey scored runs. The Pirates claimed ...
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Dick Siegel and the Brandos at The Stone Arch
Saline - Milan Patch - almost 5 years
Ann Arbor’s legendary Dick Siegel joins Brian Delaney and Dave Roof to form Dick Siegel and the Brandos, bringing a new musical chemistry and excitement to Music Under The Arch April 19.  The show will take place at Stone Arch Arts & Events located at 117 S. Ann Arbor St. in Saline. Doors open at 7 p.m. The show begins at 7:30 p.m.. Opening for the trio are rhythmatists Ken Kozora and Gayelynn McKinney (McKinney is the percussionist for the Marcus and Joan Belgrave Jazz Ensemble).   Dick Siegel and the Brandos: The trio’s sound, like Siegel’s songs themselves, is extraordinary…full of American Roots influence such as blues, folk, pop, rock, and jazz…and strikingly modern. Siegel, Roof, and Delaney are committed to pushing the limits of a string trio, squeezing every bit of music they can out of Siegel’s songs and their instruments. They are intent on breaking new ground to bring something powerful, significant, and beautiful to their audiences. Ken Kozora an ...
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Pittston Area makes changes - Citizens Voice
Google News - over 5 years
Joe Harth is the tight end with Brian Delaney expected to see time at the position as well. Some combination of Dave Dragon, Josh Blaker, John Ameen and Anthony Haughton will play defensive tackle. Tyler Roman, Joe Harth, Dave Mawson and Brian Delaney
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Patriots' new coach has new attitude in place - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
Google News - over 5 years
Returning for PIttston Area in 2011 are Tyler Roman, Evan Hahn, Anthony Schwab, and Brian Delaney. The quartet, along with a number of linemen, will help the Patriots start over under new coach Mike Barrett. Barrett has started from scratch with the
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IowaPolitics.com: McCotter undeterred by poor showing in polls - IowaPolitics.com (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
Undecided Republican voter Brian Delaney, 52, of Bettendorf, said McCotter sounded “very intelligent.” But Delaney showed reluctance when asked if he considered McCotter, whom he dined alongside during lunch, a viable candidate
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Talbot All-Stars shine - The Star Democrat
Google News - over 5 years
Talbot's roster includes Tayvon Blake, Chris Bramble, Chance Crissinger, Brian Delaney, Scott Endzel, Brooks Harrison, Brady Jackson, Dustin Jones, Justus Mills, Nick Pippin, Shaw Pritchett, Dylan Rabbitt, Bobby Schultz, Taylor Slaughenhoupt and Damian
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Talbot's run ends against Italy - The Star Democrat
Google News - over 5 years
But Talbot starter Brian Delaney got a popout to end the threat. The EMEA champs busted out with a huge third inning, racking up eight runs and chasing Delaney, then reliever Brian Shaw, thanks to six hits only one of which reached the outfield by air
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SLWS Brewer vs Maryland - WABI
Google News - over 5 years
Brian Delaney shoots one through the infield. It goes through the shortstops legs. Scott Endzel scrambles home from third on the error. 1-0 Maryland. Move to the seventh, it's 7-2 Maryland. Matt Morrow smacks one in the infield. Nobody has it cleanly
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US Southwest outlasts US East in rain-delayed game - Bangor Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
Buy Photo William Finley of Tyler, Texas, steals second as Brian Delaney of Talbot County, Md., misses the ball in the seventh inning. Tyler, Texas, won 8-6 over Talbot County, Md., in their Senior League World Series game on Tuesday
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Coldest Irish summer in 50 years - its official - Irish Central
Google News - over 5 years
Meteorological officer Brian Delaney said: “The maximum temperature this summer has been 25.5C at Oak Park and the last time we had a maximum temperature lower than that was in 1965.” Last year Ireland hit 27.1C twice last summer and 28.6C in 2009 with
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UniSuper chief wins exec of the year award - Financial Standard
Google News - over 5 years
"Terry's inclusive and transparent leadership style has seen him develop and attract strong talent and under his guidance UniSuper is a strong participant in industry wide issues," said Brian Delaney director of client, product and marketing,
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In Photos: Cool Blues on a Hot Day - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Brian Delaney of The Bluescasters plays a guitar during their concert Friday in Kellogg Park. The Bluescasters, a Michigan based blues band, performed in Kellogg Park on Friday as part of the Music in the Air concert series
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AMP announces merged business leadership structure - 4-traders (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
However, the Multi Asset Group, led by David Kiddie and the Client, Product and Marketing division, headed up by Brian Delaney, will appoint senior managers to build AMP Capital?s presence in the retail asset management market
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Also in Golf - New Ross Standard
Google News - over 5 years
Brian Delaney (11), Richard Mackey (18) and Richard Temple (18) all had 36 points and finished second, third and fourth in that order. The back nine prize went to Darren O'Brien with 20 points, and front nine prize went to Brendan Malone with 18 points
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Townie Street Party offering locals an evening of free music and art activities - AnnArbor.com
Google News - over 5 years
Alison Lewis and the String of Ponies, playing from 5:30-6:30 pm; Dick Siegel, accompanied by The Brandos, Brian Delaney and Dave Roof, from 6:50-7:40 pm; and The Ragbirds, from 8-9 pm Plus, various local organizations will offer attendees the chance
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Brian Manning Delaney
    FORTIES
  • 2009
    Age 44
    In April 2009, the Swedish Academy awarded him a special honor for his work on the translation of the Phenomenology of Spirit.
    More Details Hide Details Delaney founded the Usenet group sci.life-extension, and cofounded, with Lisa Walford, Roy Walford, and others, the CR Society International. He recently authored a popular science book on modulating the aging process, The Longevity Diet.
  • 2008
    Age 43
    His translation of Den andra födan (English: As a Weasel Sucks Eggs), by Daniel Birnbaum and Anders Olsson, was published by Sternberg Press in October, 2008.
    More Details Hide Details Delaney has been commissioned to write a biography of Roy Walford and is currently dividing his time between Stockholm and Los Angeles.
    His and Sven-Olov ("Walle") Wallenstein's Swedish translation of Hegel's Phänomenologie des Geistes (in Swedish: Andens Fenomenologi) was published in September, 2008.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1965
    Age 0
    Born in 1965.
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