Since listening to the Ellis (2014) lecture titled, “What Knowledge is of Most Worth,” I am struggling to define one subject that could be considered the most worthy of Students today. 368 more words
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In order to understand the esthetic in its ultimate and approved forms, one must begin with it in the raw; in the events and scenes that hold the attentive eye and ear of man, arousing his interest and affording him enjoyment as he looks and listens: the sights that hold the crowd–the fire-engine rushing by; the machines excavating enormous holes in the earth; the human-fly climbing the steeple-side; the men perched high in air on girders, throwing and catching red-hot bolts.
It has been suggested that we create a handbook or a pamphlet of posts and articles that address various issues, problems, deficiencies, biases, etc., in the Philosophical Gourmet Report, perhaps with a list of the Advisory Board members and the evaluators as an appendix. 198 more words