Is the work of art a free-standing artefact to be interpreted entirely on its own terms, extracted from its historical context, as Bal does it? Or can the artist and the artwork be brought back together again without committing the intentional fallacy?
Joseph Margolis makes several important points about the relationship of an artwork to its maker which has significant implications for the limits and possibilities of interpretation of works of art. Margolis puts it thus:
2.2 What is natural?
Many critics of GM feel that the techniques reflect an unwelcome form of 'tampering with nature'. This is a particular concern of some consumers with respect to food. Such a view is sometimes scornfully interpreted as an expression of what is called the 'naturalistic fallacy' - a belief that equates morality with naturalness, seeing what is natural as 'right'. But concerns about GM foods may reflect a more reasoned and defensible position. It might be argued that consumers are not demanding a
8 - Quel est lâ€™impact du changement climatique sur la biodiversitĂ© marine ? Question Ă Gilles BĹ
Science en Question: "Changement climatique et biodiversitĂ©"
Le MusĂ©um National d'Histoire Naturelle, le GIS Climat-Environnement-SociĂ©tĂ© et La Huit ont coproduit en 2008 une sĂ©rie vidĂ©o pluridisciplinaire intitulĂ©e "Sciences en questions - Changement climatique et biodiversitĂ©", conĂ§ue et coordonnĂ©e par Anne TeyssĂ¨dre. En quelques minutes chacun, une douzaine de scientifiques sĂ©lectionnĂ©s pour leur expertise rĂ©pondent Ă 17 questions clĂ©s
13 - Peut-on prĂ©dire lâ€™impact du rĂ©chauffement climatique sur la biodiversitĂ© ? Question Ă D.
Sciences en Questions : "Changement climatique et biodiversitĂ©"
Le MusĂ©um National d'Histoire Naturelle, le GIS Climat-Environnement-SociĂ©tĂ© et La Huit ont coproduit en 2008 une sĂ©rie vidĂ©o pluridisciplinaire intitulĂ©e "Sciences en questions - Changement climatique et biodiversitĂ©", conĂ§ue et coordonnĂ©e par Anne TeyssĂ¨dre. En quelques minutes chacun, une douzaine de scientifiques sĂ©lectionnĂ©s pour leur expertise rĂ©pondent Ă 17 questions clĂ
2.4 Northern Ireland
Ireland was long considered a de facto province of England, a colonial possession dominated politically and militarily by its more powerful neighbour to the east. The English divided Ireland into counties for administrative purposes, introduced English law and established a Parliament in England and Ireland in 1297, within which only the Anglo-Irish were represented. By the fourteenth century Irish discrimination by the English had prompted widespread protests, which had resulted in a revival
Embracing New Skills for IT Managers
Robina Chatham outlines how in the modern business environment the IT leader needs to look to deliver business transformation and not just be content with business as usual. Discusses the necessary personal changes needed to move away from the IT stereotypical approach towards a more relational and innovative stance.
Loudon Stearns - Producing Electronic Music - Berkleemusic Open House
Learn more about Loudon's Composing and Producing Electronic Music course at: http://bit.ly/wp2QSg
Berkleemusic hosted an online Open House with instructor Loudon Stearns on February 23rd.
As a bass player, producer, and laptop musician, Loudon's music can be heard on numerous documentaries and short films. While continuing his studies of composition, engineering, and sound design, he is currently pursuing a degree in physics as part of ongoing search for the answer to the question of life the
University Stores 2012.mov
The mission of University Stores is to provide service, supplies and materials in a timely and cost-effective manner to meet the changing needs of Purdue University.
Whether you're faculty, staff or student with purchasing authorization, there's a storeroom located near you.
SMU Centennial Symposium: Welcoming Remarks
Welcoming remarks by James K. Hopkins, Symposium Chair and SMU Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor, and by SMU Provost Paul Ludden for "The University and the City: Higher Education and the Common Good." The relationship between cities and universities was the theme of SMU's Centennial Academic Symposium, held November 10-11, 2011.
SMU Centennial Symposium: Reflections on a University in a Great City
SMU President R. Gerald Turner's opening remarks for "The University and the City: Higher Education and the Common Good" and his introduction of Henry S. Bienen, President Emeritus of Northwestern University, who spoke on "Reflections on a University in a Great City." The relationship between cities and universities was the theme of SMU's Centennial Academic Symposium, held November 10-11, 2011.
2012 Polar Plunge
Valparaiso University's Police Department teamed up with the Special Olympics of Indiana to host this amazing event on a cold Saturday in February. Participants paid $50 to jump into a swimming pool outside of the ARC, with the proceeds going to help Special Olympics. And be sure to check out the first-person view of one plunge.
Putting Cadillac Back on Track
With a job (and a life) that is far from boring, Carlson School of Management at the
University of Minnesota graduate Veda Partalo, BSB '04, helps reenergize the Cadillac brand.
GLAD: Supporting Darden's LGBT Community
Gays, Lesbians and Allies at Darden (GLAD) is a student-run organization that fosters a supportive environment for the LGBT community at the Darden School of Business. This video features members of the LGBT and ally community at Darden as they discuss the strong network in place for LGBT Darden students. For more information, visit http://www.darden.virginia.edu/web/MBA/Student-Life/Organizations/Gays-Lesbians-Allies/Gays-Lesbians-Allies/
Budget Development for FY 12-13 (part 1)
Budget Development for FY 12-13 (part 1)
About St. Petersburg College:
In 1927, St. Petersburg College (then known as St. Petersburg Junior College) became Florida's first private, non-profit, two-year school of higher learning located in downtown St. Petersburg. Full accreditation followed in 1931 and in 1948 SPC became a public college.
In June 2001, SPJC officially became St. Petersburg College when Florida's governor signed legislation maki
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