pArt Right - pArt Wrong
 

Shrine for Monroe Beardsley's:

"Aesthetics: Problems in the Philosophy of Criticism"

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Text to the Author:

Hey Moe!  You’re pArt right, pArt wrong.  Consider this:

In time, thing/objects don’t exist outside time,
Intention isn’t everything but a thing/object is intentional.
Yeah, art’s converted to art via art itself but,
History’s marked by ideas taken for granted;
The job’s to make the familiar strange.
Culture isn’t intellectual property and
Intellectual property isn’t contextual culture.
Now we use/abuse and radicalize everything,
Cannibalizing art to make amoral aesthetic objects;
It’s for your sake and ours, in this immoral object-time.