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It further adumbrated early twentieth-century emblematic totemism, developed by Emile Durkheim Not unlike Coleridge or Blake, Humbert heroically, and in face of a rampant British associationism, attempted to expose the enduring elements of cultural and social life.
It contains an interpretation of the body as a system of abstractable signs absolutely inscribed, and thus clearly legible, in a vast corpus of ancient and modern monuments. This vitalist view stood in opposition to the anthropocentric rational examination of nature from without, analyzed as a mechanical or dead machine. The growth of experimental science during the Enlightenment emphasized visual evidence, demonstration of function, and actual trials or practice. Thus it provides a salutary physical countermodel to the hegemony of the mental and the conceptual in all spheres of existence.
This corporeal or physiological form of knowing was grounded in handling, in the frank manipulation of materials, and in the pleasure and discoveries of sight. A major intention ofVoyage into Substance was to show that a Baconian empirical tradition offered different outlooks upon, and possible solutions to, both ancient and modern dilemmas.
Voyage further [exposes] the eighteenth century desire to capture the imperceptible. The difficulties of imaging the body illuminate that supreme representational problem: how does one seize the liquid inner and outer of things? How do we gain visual knowledge and come to imaginatively possess all that cannot be consumed, or subsumed, by words? Body Criticism located the new medical imaging technologies of transparency within the larger ambit of early modern representational strategies. Artful Science addressed the rhetoric of corruption swirling around infotainment and suggested that, learning from the past, we could reinvent a delightful, sensory-based education.
Good Lookingwrestled with the digital revolution and proposed the formulation of an aesthetical ethics for the Internet. With Visual Analogy, I want to place imaging and imagists in the middle of the philosophical, neurobiological, and cognitive science debates surrounding the nature of Consciousness.
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