Wednesday, 13 January 2010

Sensualism (also called sensationalism or sensism[1]) is a philosophical doctrine of the theory of knowledge, according to which sensations and perception are basic and most important form of true cognition. It may oppose abstract ideas. The basic principle of sensualism is "there is not anything in mind, which hasn't been in the sensations."[2]

The great philosophers of sensualism are:

53 Exit

53, originally uploaded by Dylan Goes Eclectic.

Stage left......

China diner

China diner, originally uploaded by Fusty Box.

The Flimwell Papers offers up the new file for your considerations, The All Things Art or Arty in Black & White Photo of the Week file!

A good photo ex libris

photo Tim Gravestock