Archive for March, 2011

Summing the Parts to Understand the Whole

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

Henry James has surprisingly composed two works of fiction that is both comprehensible and enjoyable. The first is “The Pupil” where the main character Pemberton tutor a sickly child by the name of Morgan. Just like Rayshma stated in her blog, I am uncertain as well as to how this relates to the class’ theme, […]

Art Becoming the Imitator of Life

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

In the class discussion conducted on Tuesday, March 15th, a very well formed quote was drawn to our attention. Holmes states that “Form is henceforth divorced from matter. In fact, matter as a visible object is of no great use any longer, except as the mould on which form is shaped…We have got the fruit […]

The Construction of Reality

Monday, March 7th, 2011

Being a religious person, I remember being taught from infancy that what a person believe can have serious inpacts on the way that they live their life, the things that they view as reality, and it ultimately dictates their view on the world as a whole. In “The Perception of Reality” William James¬†speaks on how¬†in […]

possible wiki topics

Thursday, March 3rd, 2011

For the up coming Wikipedia topics, I looked over a few of the themes that was discussed in class and for the following four I was unable to locate a wikipedia page for them. 1. Model of Vision (Goethe) 2. Image Standard 3. Subjective/Objective Vision

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