References and Further Reading 1.
A lively interview colleagues and I conducted in with Jorge Luis Borges. We talked about the philosophers who have influenced him and his work. You can view the transcript and hear the audio here. Now the biggest Italian newspaper, La Stampa, has featured the Borges interview as the lead story in its Sunday Cultura section.
Forbes magazine asked me to write about five of my favorite composers. Jean Baudrillard has died. We ought not to speak ill of the dead, but I did write this rather a long time back.
This examination of the concept of tribal or so-called primitive art appeared a few years ago in the Oxford Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. Back in the early s my local newspaper asked me to review a new book on the South Pacific by the irascible Paul Theroux. Oh good, I thought. Little did I know As for writing badly, well, yes, that can be learned too.
Here is a short review. Read about his Literary Darwinism here. What I came up with can be read here. Richard Rorty views progress in science as a matter of scientists changing their vocabularies.
He provides a neat summary of his ideas in Contingency, Irony, and Solidarity. You can read it here. It discusses authenticity in music and in indigenous art, and places autheticity in the context of audience response. A shot at a definitive analysis of intentionalism in art and criticism was published in Of historic interest only are pieces on Radio Moscow and Moscow News which I wrote after a visit to Moscow in the frigid January of The city was boiling over politically at the time.
The occasion of my trip was to deliver this address to the Russian Institute of Aesthetics. Steiner is awfully interested in art commerce.
I wish he would pay some attention to aesthetic values. He lived in Los Angeles when I was a kid. I never would have laid eyes on him, of course, but at least we used to read the same astrologer. Is all fiction built on seven basic plots? My own evaluation of his project is mixed, as I explain here in a review for the Washington Post.
Why Does It Matter? You can tune into the action, and maybe add a comment or two, by going to the site here.My focus is on personal philosophy, and the essential philosophical elements are centered on beliefs, concepts or ideas, and attitudes.
Simply asked, what is your approach to living your life? Putting your approach into philosophical terms may seem unnecessary, too elementary or just an academic exercise.
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It is a test of the writer's ability to think things over, make conclusions, and express his or her own opinion. The goal of this paper was to discuss each component of my personal nursing philosophy in relation, how I arrived at my belief, how I encountered each in my practice and how each may facilitate my personal contribution to the current body of nursing knowledge.
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