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Even supposing the inventive impulse surges in rebel opposed to daily truth, breaking via its confines, it makes pacts with that reality's crucial legislation and returns to it to modulate its experience. actually, it really is via praxis that mind's eye and creative inventiveness transmute the very important issues of lifestyles, giving them human degree. yet whilst art's proposal imbues existence with aesthetic experience, which lifts human adventure to the non secular. inside of those views paintings launches messages of in particular human internal propulsions, strivings, beliefs, nostalgia, yearnings prosaic and poetic, profane and sacral, functional and perfect, whereas status on the fragile borderline of everydayness and innovative experience. Art's artistic perduring constructs are intentional marks of the classy value attributed to the flux of human existence and replicate the human quest for repose. They mediate verbal exchange and participation in spirit and maintain the relative continuity of tradition and background.

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I contend that rule is an invariant rhythm of attention whose meanings I will discuss below; the attentive episteme is neither arbitrary nor without significance as to what its “net” of attention perceives and develops as experiential meaning and evidence for higher forms of judgment. I have discerned the attentional episteme as a style, as a recurrent diaeresis in every episode of perception or verbal judgment in persons over a career of thought. What Husserl has called the “phases” of an episode of judgment are the dependent and independent parts and wholes that form the flux of temporality that is the recurring diaeresis.

E. Kac. op. , p. 59. 9 Idem, p. 60. 10 Tomasula, S. “Genetic Art and the Aesthetics of Biology,” op. , p. 138. 11 See Andrews, L. B. “Art as a Public Policy Medium,” in Signs of Life. Bio Art and Beyond, ed. E. Kac. op. , pp. 128–133. htm (Retrieved: 01. 05. 2009). 12 See Tomasula, S. “Genetic Art and the Aesthetics of Biology,” op. , p. 138. 13 Ibidem, p. 139. 14 Gedrim, R. J. “Edward Steichen’s 1936 Exhibition of Delphinium Blooms: An Art. Of Flower Breeding,” in Signs of Life. Bio Art and Beyond, ed.

13 At first glance however, it seems that unlike science, bio art does not make any sense other than aesthetic satisfaction of some fancy. And exactly that fact seems to be a source of variety of controversies. It seems that the first objects of bio art strictly differentiated from its folk version appeared with the breakdown of genres participated in modernism. While Duchamp, undermining traditional ideas of authorship, originality as well as the nature or goal of art, was drawing a mustache onto a copy of Mona Lisa, bio artists slowly and probably shyly moving from their ateliers to biotech labs have been starting to think if, and eventually how, to modify Mona’s genes so that she could grow an actual mustache.

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