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June 07, 2011

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What an interesting post, thanks a lot for sharing this with us and it looks brilliant!

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Once you have heard the photographer's passionate statement of his position it is difficult if not impossible to read any ambiguity of moral stance in the images.

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What a great post, I'm heading to the Tate next week and looking forward to it!

Jim

Really great post, thanks so much!

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What a wonderful post, thanks a lot!

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For 17th and 18th century thinkers like Locke and Hume, experience creates images which we somehow view internally. Sartre rejects this model completely. Even when we experience a physical representation, such as a photograph of a friend, our experience isn't straightforwardly of that depiction.

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