7ème art - Films. The Natural Theology of Beauty, Truth and Goodness, Steve McIntosh. An independent forum for a critical discussion of the integral philosophy of Ken Wilber Sunday, May 17, 2015 Publication dates of essays (month/year) can be found under "Essays".
To the Readers of IntegralWorld.net: I have enjoyed this website for many years, and it has been most interesting to follow its evolution. And I can fully understand the frustration that many have expressed about the shortcomings of some of the integral movement's leaders. Frank Visser was kind enough to invite me to contribute something from my book. Embracing the True, the Good, and the Beautiful. The true, the good, and the beautiful: through the ages, these ideals have been at the heart of what it means to be human.
We seek truth, we need to do that which is good, and we need to experience beauty. Christians have forever embraced these as various aspects of the glory of God. Conférence Jean-François Noubel. Plato on Intelligent Design: Truth, Beauty, and the Good by W. T. S. Thackara. Plato on Intelligent Design: Truth, Beauty, and the Good By W.
T. S. Thackara Perusing an internet forum on intelligent design some months ago brought me to an unusual post by David Alexander entitled "Is beauty just Darwin's bad dream? " Often it is argued . . . that Darwin's theory should be left to the biologists to be examined, that it is purely a matter of empirical, secondary knowledge that should be left to the experts. Alexander raises an important question: does Darwin's theory reveal a fundamental conflict between the good and beautiful against the true? Against the utilitarian doctrine that every detail of structure has been produced for the good of its possessor. In other words, Darwin's theory excludes doctrines which assert that much of nature's beauty reflects metaphysical or divine intent. . . .
First made me aware of just how much of the order of nature might be abstract afunctional patterns. . . . Howard Gardner: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness Reframed. Howard Gardner: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness Reframed. Activist Arts.
No, they¿re not photographs: Astonishing acrylic paintings which are so detailed they look like they were taken on a camera. By Damien Gayle Published: 11:28 GMT, 9 June 2012 | Updated: 14:56 GMT, 9 June 2012 With their spectacular use of focus and reflected light, these incredible artworks look like carefully composed still-life photographs.
But in fact they are all painstakingly rendered on canvas with acrylic paints by Canadian artist Jason de Graaf. The hyperrealistic paintings, which almost appear as if they are computer generated, are like freeze frames of a world more magical than our own - inspiring the term Magic Realism as a description. The X-Statix: Acrylic on canvas 30in x 24in Untitled (Self-portrait): Acrylic on canvas 30in x 30in.
Des tableaux de maîtres prennent vie dans une vidéo hypnotique. Real work of Art... quote. Leo Tolstoy on Emotional Infectiousness and What Separates Good Art from Bad. "Art is the imposing of a pattern on experience, and our aesthetic enjoyment is recognition of the pattern"
Art and the Internet of Things. Wireless is increasingly pulling in all kinds of applications, platforms, services and things (rfid) into networks.
Many people communicate through mobiles, blackberries, digital organizers, palmtops. Cars become information spaces with navigational systems and consoles like Nintendo DS have wireless capacities and get linux kernels installed.We are witnessing a move towards pervasive computing and disappearing technologies in intelligent clothing (wearables), smart environments (knowing where and who we are), pervasive games, and we will see doors opening for some and closing to others.
Mimickry and camouflage will become part of application design. Ipods and Iphones will show colors and produce sounds corresponding with your surroundings. TOC Arts. The Visual Patterns of Audio Frequencies Seen through Vibrating Sand. Youtube user Brusspup (previously here and here) who often explores the intersection between art and science just released this new video featuring the Chladni plate experiment.
First a black metal plate is attached to a tone generator and then sand is poured on the plate. As the speaker is cycled through various frequencies the sand naturally gravitates to the area where the least amount of vibration occurs causing fascinating geometric patterns to emerge. There’s actually a mathematical law that determines how each shape will form, the higher the frequency the more complex the pattern. Art and the Evolution of Consciousness — Eros & Kosmos. Allan Combs California Institute of Integral Studies firstname.lastname@example.org The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.
Science is Beauty: Archive. De la libération des artistes par le revenu de base. Pour être reconnu comme un « vrai » artiste, faut-il ne faire que ça ?
Recevoir des subventions ? Pour le metteur en scène Pierre-Jérôme Adjedj, la transformation amenée par le revenu de base rendra caduques ces questions, libérant l’expression de la créativité, que ce soit pour une oeuvre ou pour la vie. Article initialement paru le 22 août 2013 sur Le Tadorne. Il m’est souvent arrivé de regretter chez nombre de mes collègues du spectacle vivant le manque d’appétit, affiché ou profond, pour la chose politique. Certes il est toujours de bon ton de truffer les notes d’intention et les programmes de salles d’arguments vibrants expliquant la portée politique de tel projet, puisqu’il « parle de la société d’aujourd’hui » .
J’aurais pu choisir de développer, à partir de ce constat de départ, tout un propos sur l’éducation populaire, mais je serais vite tombé dans la paraphrase de Frank Lepage et de ceux qui, avec lui, ont magnifiquement développé les réflexions récentes sur ce sujet. DataArt - Visualisations.
Recyclart, The art of recycling, reusing & upcycling ! Speeddrawing Jacque Fresco - 60 hours in 3 minutes. "art in itself is an attempt to bring order out of chaos" What Is Art? Favorite Famous Definitions, from Antiquity to Today. By Maria Popova “Art is not a thing — it is a way.”
After the recent omnibus of definitions of science by some of history’s greatest minds and definitions of philosophy by some of today’s most prominent philosophers, why not turn to an arguably even more nebulous domain of humanity? Gathered here are some of my favorite definitions of art, from antiquity to today. Henry James in his short story The Middle Years: We work in the dark — we do what we can — we give what we have.