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The twentieth-century philosopher Walter Benjamin alluded to such ideas in “Über die Sprache überhaupt und über die Sprache des Menschen” (On Language as Such and the Language of Man, 1916) and “Die Aufgabe des Übersetzers” (The Task of the Translator, 1923). Practitioners of sacred geometry, too, described an ascent to the higher forms of knowledge. Robert Lawlor’s Sacred Geometry: Philosophy and Practice, discusses the curriculum of the Medieval era as a ladder of knowledge, of the sort that any reader of Mme Blavatsky would ﬁnd familiar: Geometry is the study of spatial order through the measure and relationships of forms.
The external object is not the model; rather, the model is the artist’s visual perception. The activities involved in making art continue the processes involved in perception. The artist’s hand does not reproduce what the artist’s mind has just perceived—the hand actually plays a role in shaping the perception. 16 The bodily gesture is part of the process of articulating a percept, so in artistic perception body and spirit are one. Art making is forming visibility (Sichtbarkeitgestaltung). Visible nature is a welter of intuitions and perceptions; but art gives visibility a splendid order.
That which determines the rhythm of production on a conveyor belt is the basis of the rhythm of reception in the ﬁlm … Poe’s text makes us understand the true connection between wildness and discipline. His pedestrians act as if they had adapted themselves to the machines and could express themselves only automatically. Their behavior is a reaction to shocks. ” 2 These shocks destroyed the aura surrounding precious objects/creations, and that changed forever humans’ understanding of space and distance.