Sunday, February 26, 2012

Philosophy Wire: Oscars, Clooney, Subjectivity…

image_thumb[1]Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2012-02-26]: Oscars are getting closer and closer. And movie critics once more use subjectivity to judge movies and actors. The example of Clooney being a favorite for the First Male Role Oscar is the best example of them all. Although it is true that most things in art are subjective, some can be truly objective… And one of those things is the fact that Clooney does not act. Observe below the grandeur of the “I continuously have a stupid look in my face” want-to-be-an-actor…
 
 
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Is this is considered worthy of qualifying to the Oscars, then everything is lost in the struggle many have fought to find objective criteria for art… Everything is Art!

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