Arizona Bucket list No. 70 – Doug Stanhope

Basically, it was everything we signed up for. We left with two beautiful collector’s edition Killer Termite T-shirts. 🙂

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What the BLEEP do we know?

To me, one of the most interesting philosophical conversations we can have as human beings is about knowledge. Does “knowledge” come only from our logical minds? Or can it also come from learned experience? Or, is knowledge limited to appearances and experiences (is there such thing as “absolute truth”)? (Kant). I find most the acceptable […]

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The Pedagogical Theory and Contributions of Moholy-Nagy and the Bauhaus School

by Jenna Duncan January 14, 2011 One of the great contributions of the Bauhaus art movement in Germany in the early 20th century was an attitude fostering experimentation in design and hands-on learning, under the guidance of Lazlo Moholy-Nagy and his colleagues Josef Albers, Lyonel Feininger, Vasily Kandinsky, Adolf Meyer, Georg Muche and Oskar Schlemmer, […]

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