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What are some key ideas of Bohm?
- do define originality is to contradict it
- there is no such thing as disorder.
- implicate and explicate
- wholeness and totality
- originality dies as we age
what is implicate and explicate order?
- Implicate order is the enfolded order. It unfolds
- into the explicate order, in which everything is separated
Two examples of implicate and explicate:
Who is roger burrows?
made the coloring book with the tons of lines and you fill it in where you want and many different pictures can be made
What does Brisson try to do?
- extend pure mathematical models beyond traditional means, to a point where science and art intersect to create new forms
what 3 aspects give the anatomy of a visual message?
Who was most known for calligrams?
What are calligrams?
a form of writing, typically poetry, where the letters on the page form some sort of an image.
What was alfred jerry known for?
- Ubu Roi
- Theatre of the Absurd
- satirises power, greed and their evil practices
The new technologies worked to:
- alter the relation of time and space
- Dissolve boundaries: what is invisible is shown to be comprised of quantifiable particles
- Promote new geometries that posed the possibility of a fourth dimension.
What is positivism and who coined the term?
Comte. what you see, is what you get. There is no room for the imagination. Positivism dominated the sciences in the 19th century.
What is idealism and who coined the term?
- challenged positivism;
- proposed the concept that “reality” can only be known retrospectively, upon reflection.
- reality was the sum total of the continuous, uninterrupted flow of sensations.
- Bergson emphasized the role of intuition, the unconscious, and the nonlogical,
What is Fauvism?
- using color to define things
- matisse lead this movement "joy of life"
What is Anshauung?
- sense-impression" or "observation" or "intuition"
- the immediate and direct impression produced by the world on our inner and outer senses-the impressions of the moral world on our moral sense and of the physical universe on our bodily sense
What is Michelson-Morley experiment referring to?
Physicists coined the term luminiferous ether, which means "light-bearing ether," to describe the material
What are two main points to Einstein's Theory of Relativity?
- the speed of light is the same for all observers, no matter their relative speeds
- The laws of physics are the same in any inertial (that is, non-accelerated) frame of reference.
What should i know about energy and mass?
- energy cannot be created nor destroyed, and energy, in all of its forms, has mass.
- Mass also cannot be created nor destroyed, and in all of its forms, has energy.