"As mime, the artist cannot be the prudent and decorous Ulysses, but appears as a sham. As sham and mime he undertakes not the ethical quest but the quest of the great fool. He must become all things in order to reveal all. And to be all he must empty himself... the artist cannot properly speak with his own voice."
- Marshall McLuhan, James Joyce: Trivial and Quadrivial (1953)
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
PROMPT : "I prefer to study the pattern rather than the theory "
Posted by quantum retrocausality at 3:00 PM