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Mounds of Venus, or What a Pile of Goddess Guts Can Teach Us About Objectivity

In their history of science tome, Objectivity (2010), Daston and Galison examine how the modern concept of objectivity emerged from the mid-nineteenth-century sciences. They argue that this ideal of objectivity requires “the suppression of some aspects of the self,” so the nineteenth-century scientist and artist were expected to be inversions of one another (36, 37). 519 more words

History Of Science

corpse one-hundred forty-six: eyes, abs and toes

A little bit of assistance provided for this corpse done by a four, eight and fourteen year old.


A Stitch in Time - Mario.June2012

This was another tough week for the world. Between bombings and shootings, it’s one of those moments that’s difficult to process… Surrealism and cultural distortion are a day-to-day occurrences now. 381 more words