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Sayings of the Wise Men, in Their Bearing on Life, Literature, Speculation, ... It- Pr
. No good is ever done to society by the pictorial representation of its diseases.
|as a governing power of humanity, or at least used as the chief element of |
interest in the conduct of its histories. ... their purpose, their method is mistaken,
and that no good is ever done to society by the pictorial representation of its
|In old times men used their powers of painting to show the objects of faith, in later |
times they use the objects of faith to show their powers of painting. ... Ruskin,
John No good is ever done to society by the pictorial representation of its
|Presents the eighteenth century French philosopher's views on society and the relationship between the individual and the state|
|According to my proposed usage, a picture can never represent something |
without being used to do so. Of course, I did not, and do not, wish to suggest that
the use of a picture is sufficient for pictorial representation. It clearly is not. But it is
necessary, and certain additional conditions have to be met in order to ensure
pictorial representation. ... an aspect of what is pictured), where such an act may
be performed under a range of descriptions commonly given to illocutionary acts.
|On one hand, quantitative studies present a widespread account of stakeholders' |
realities, but do not permit exploration of much depth. ... Face-to-face interviews
with 400 aquaculture farm owners or managers in each country were done. ...
One set was about their own concept of the 'good life', while the other was about
their concept of a 'good society' (see Table 1 below). This ranking saw
respondents presented with two sets of pictorial cards, each representing a value
, and asked to ...
|Throughout his career, starting with Nude Descending a Staircase, No. ... |
Duchamp, however, is concerned with exploring the conceptual aspects of
pictorial representation, with its conditions of possibility not merely as a visual
medium but as ...
|It is not to be overlooked that no more has been done to inform those who write |
upon art than those who are called ... that excitement which all matters of human
interest require to keep them alive, let its judgment be ever so feeble or faulty. ...
of instruction applicable to the condition of every class of students, including the
philosophy of pictorial representation, the ... of his practice, to comment upon
them certainly, but in most cases to leave the deduction to the good sense of the
|It is false because most of the slight articles to which Wollheim referred, with their |
meager analytic vocabularies, hardly ... No theory of representation, no theory of
pictorial representation; yet fools rush in — to what would be called in athletics ...
For present purposes it may be enough to say, speaking of theater, that Walton's
theory performed a classic rescue.8 It ... this family of activities, now misnamed by
the Latin imitatio, was placed in servile conditions for millennia — also scattered
|And that impression is not far from the truth. The situation isbadenough under |
normal conditions, but when the Magdalena is in flood, asitrecently had been, its
brown loadis ... I sometimes use a pictorial representation of exactly this in