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Ahora todo en dedans
Ahora todo en dedansцитирует2 года назад
The fragmentation of knowledge is nothing new, but it is safe to say that in the twenty-first century the chances of a genuine conversation among people in different disciplines has diminished rather than increased
María José Gónzalez Vázquez
María José Gónzalez Vázquezцитируетв прошлом году
Feeling, however, is not only unavoidable; it is crucial to understanding a work of art
Meriba
Meribaцитирует10 месяцев назад
The German word Einfühlung
Meriba
Meribaцитирует10 месяцев назад
Feeling, however, is not only unavoidable; it is crucial to understanding a work of art.
Meriba
Meribaцитирует10 месяцев назад
Without a viewer, a reader, a listener, art is dead.
Meriba
Meribaцитирует10 месяцев назад
The visual is also tactile and motoric.
Meriba
Meribaцитирует10 месяцев назад
Art is not the application of a canon of beauty but what the instinct and the brain can conceive beyond any canon.
Meriba
Meribaцитирует10 месяцев назад
The Shaking Woman or A History of My Nerves
Meriba
Meribaцитирует10 месяцев назад
And why is hard usually perceived as so much better than soft?
Meriba
Meribaцитирует10 месяцев назад
Why are the sciences regarded as hard and masculine and the arts and the humanities as soft and feminine?
Meriba
Meribaцитирует10 месяцев назад
To one degree or another, every person on earth is both a beneficiary and a victim of scientific inventio
Meriba
Meribaцитирует10 месяцев назад
Two central claims I make in this book are that all human knowledge is partial, and no one is untouched by the community of thinkers or researchers in which she or he lives.
Natalia
Nataliaцитирует10 месяцев назад
mission was to expose the myriad uncertainties that remain with us and further to show that every discipline, hard and soft, is colored by what lies beyond argument—desire, belief, and the imagination.
Natalia
Nataliaцитирует10 месяцев назад
We are all also creatures of ideas.
Natalia
Nataliaцитирует10 месяцев назад
To one degree or another, every person on earth is both a beneficiary and a victim of scientific invention. It does not follow, however, that reading history, philosophy, poetry, and novels or looking at works of visual art or listening to music does not also transform people’s lives, both for better and for worse.
Natalia
Nataliaцитирует10 месяцев назад
In my experience, scientists are more alarmed by such a statement than people in the humanities.
María José Gónzalez Vázquez
María José Gónzalez Vázquezцитируетв прошлом году
German word Einfühlung was first introduced by Robert Vischer in 1873 as an aesthetic term, a way of feeling oneself into a work of art
María José Gónzalez Vázquez
María José Gónzalez Vázquezцитируетв прошлом году
In a letter to a friend, Henry James wrote, “In the arts feeling is always meaning.”4 In
María José Gónzalez Vázquez
María José Gónzalez Vázquezцитируетв прошлом году
The former is a marker of female and male biological bodies and the latter socially constructed ideas of femininity and masculinity that vary with time and culture, but even this division has become theoretically perplexing.
Ahora todo en dedans
Ahora todo en dedansцитирует2 года назад
In her acceptance speech in 2007 when she won the Kyoto Prize, Bausch said, “For I always know exactly what I am looking for, but I know it with my intuition and not with my head.”
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