asks: “Could it be that by assailing the dead images, geKng rid of them, one was assailing the very men and women they represented?” How is this similar to Brilliant’s noOon of “transference” in his discussion of “likeness”?
Examples Knowledge/ Understanding A Intelligible Forms (ex. Form of the Good) Thought B MathemaOcal/ TheoreOcal Belief C Visible Physical Objects Conjecture/ ImaginaOon D Shadows and Images Towards a hirer form cogniOon Towards more “real” objects Hierarchy of Thought
RomanOc Cannibals, 2010. Protesters There are many ways to express disagreement with the ideas expressed in an artwork that do not entail going against the founding principles of this country: the separaOon of church and state and the right to free speech. -‐-‐NaOonal CoaliOon Against Censorship “The protesters want the exhibit removed. They believe that taxpayers’ dollars should not be going to pornography.” -‐-‐Jeaneie De Melo, Archdiocese of Loveland