Category: Philosophy

Artistry

Pablo Picasso

Compiled by Ekaterina Lapaeva,  Pablo Picasso Pablo Ruiz Picasso was a famous Spanish painter, draughtsman, and sculptor who lived most of his adult life in

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Philosophy

The Physics of Dance

The reduction of dance to a science ignores the aesthetic dimension and the essence of communication with an audience. As philosopher Suzanne Langer put it:

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Adjudicating

Evolution versus Design

Humans, like all living creatures, are the result of evolution, not of design. If we were, we would probably look totally different. Still not many

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Artistry

Authenticity versus Commercialism

Abstract In the previous article, “Authenticity versus Commercialism,” I took the initiation to portray in words an existing issue of today’s competitive dancing. Part 1

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What is art?

In today’s world, with all the media present, the word art is being manipulated and abused. We all know this, but still, the question remains – what is art, really?

The word art, as a translation from Latin, in the beginning meant purely the skill, the craft of being able to produce or perform a “piece”.

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Adjudicating

Ethics and Adjudication

An ethicist’s view Contrary to the erroneous but popular opinion it is not an ethicist’s task to moralize. An ethicist is not a moralist, or,

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