Art has always been, of course, a little subjective. But it has always been a debate as to where the subjectivity ends and the objectivity begins. Could we figure out what makes an objectively good artwork?
Tag Archives: philosophy
Being Wise and Being Smart
Some people think that intelligence and wisdom are synonyms. In this article I’m going to explain why that’s not the case, as well as break down some other forms of smarts.
Here are a few thoughts I have on finding meaning in life and work.
The Suicide Disease
Suicide is commonly referred to as an illness of the heart. But that “illness” aspect may be more true than you think.
Sentience and Suffering
Do animals feel suffering – emotional pain, depression, fear – in the same way that humans do? And if so, what does that mean for us?