Tag Archives: Maurice Merleau Ponty

jerusalem : greeting on this day

Maurice Merleau Ponty: Progress is not so much a movement toward a homogenous or classless society as the quest… for a life which is not unlivable for the greatest number.” ( Rick Salutin, Toronto Star ) Certainly, in the case … Continue reading

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it will all end without having been completed

Merleau Ponty: We are fascinated by the classical idea of intellectual, adequation that partly mute “thought” sometimes leaves us with the impression of a significant swirl of significations, a paralyzed, miscarried utterance….What, then, is the secret science which he has … Continue reading

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when the revolution comes…

Joseph Heath put it very superbly. The modern condition, modern marketing and how criticism of mass society ends up increasing the cycle of consumerism. How books like “No Logo” by Naomi Klein actually make us more brand conscious and how … Continue reading

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BEING DOES NOT = E + MC 2

Though the goal of spontaneous human combustion can also ┬ábe attained by splitting atoms and achieving fission in the more social sciences. The vocabulary of art is, a priori, a language. That is, its aim is to communicate to others … Continue reading

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THE POWER OF GAZE

Creating means revealing the ultimate duality. The duality of art itself. As Gilles Deleuze said, ” Aesthetics suffer from harrowing duality. It designates the theory of sensibility, on the one hand, as a form of possible experience; on the other, … Continue reading

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