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Category Archives: perfection
People always idealize perfection as a necessity, but he wants people to know that “Nature herself is not to be too closely copied” (41). Nature offers the inspiration for the artist and the artist has to create with that inspiration, merely copying would prove that there is no substance to what they have done. The […] Continue reading
The “Proverbs from Hell” are an odd mixture are proverbs that seem incredibly similar to Proverbs found in the Hebrew Bible it is meant to counter and proverbs that obviously occupy the position of counter to the Proverbs of the Hebrew Bible. One of my personal favorites of Blake’s proverbs is “What is now proved […] Continue reading
What is “perfect?” You can cite dictionary definitions, but in the end those are essentially impossible ideals to obtain. “Perfection” as we know it is almost a purely theoretical concept, used mostly as emphasis. But Dan Fang discusses perfection in the context of scientific endeavour; what is considered a “perfect” organism, so that it is […] Continue reading