"Lying, the telling of beautiful untrue
things, is the proper aim of Art" (Wilde,
1889/1905, p. 17). To this, Pirandello adds the
Aristotelian argument that through distortion and
poetic licence, the artist reaches for a deeper
truth, one quite distinct from the ephemeral,
superficial 'realities' we experience in our busy,
partial, fragmented lives. The two arguments
come together in the formula "the truth of the
story lies not in its accuracy, but in its meaning"
“Within a culture, there is a standard of taste that isn’t explicit, like the law, but is based on experience (comprising practice and comparison), especially experience of the right kind of person. Hume appeals to a true judge that would be able to perfectly assess the beauty of an object because this person would possess strong sense, united to delicate sentiment, improved by practice, perfected by comparison, and cleared of all prejudice.”
For Bense, language is largely determined by “ego relation” and “world aspect”: Speech emanates from a person—no matter what she says, she is always speaking herself. At the same time, in her speech, she always refers to the world. Poetic consciousness, then, puts “being into signs,” that is, the world into text, and ultimately guarantees that one is related to the other.2 Without this consciousness, Bense holds, the signs and the relationship between them would be meaningless.
Southside gang mentality way heavy
I was thinking out the box even in a Box Chevy
And my favorite art teacher name was Mrs. Levy
'Round the time, I learned to put my feelings to a medley (the life of the party)
I ain't turn in homework for like four months and I bet she let me
She saw the vision
"Yeezy you special, go make your own decisions then"
- Do you ever smoke weed, stare at your face in the mirror, listen to music on your AudioTechnica ath-m50xs and contemplate the essence of the age?
always interesting to see the artists you were messing with since a teenager and get grammy like a decade later, watching them grow reminds me im growing too, n we may get a grammy too
Pharrell – Spend more time doing
"Believe in your direction and do it. Spend less time talking about it and more time trying to perfect it, and put it out there. If that’s fire, the kids will sniff it out, they always do."
Pharrell – On redefining failure
“Failure to me is less about that word and the undeserved aw that we put on it, and I kind of repurpose it as a lesson. The issue is; you fail a bunch of times and you’r just a failure, but if you didn’t learn a lesson a bunch of times, then you’re someone that just enjoys losing.”