Author: Art & Language  
Posted: 08.06.2001; 18:08:41
Topic: BLIK
Msg #: 74 (top msg in thread)
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74 BLIK R. M. Hare defines 'blik' as a kind of idée fixe. A lot of Art Language work turns out to be non-academic: reading, conversing, talking, etc. , looks a bit silly when we channel these proceedings into products or bliks. We get overwhelmed by our bliks. Talking about 'pieces of paper' we fall into the blik of stylistic consistency.

-> Blik 75; Blurting 80; Cognitivity 91; Context 107; Displays 119; Heuristic 160; Lebenswelt 217, 218; Opportunism 250; Problematic 284; Problematic Art & Language 289; Reading 306; Trivialities 368, 369; Work 395;

& Art-world 55; Conversational matrix 117; Education 121; Heuristic 159; Learning 205; Pragmatics 276; Problematic 283; Responsibility 313;

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