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- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
- for the newspapers; let's not talk about how journalists develop because
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
- when the newspaper world was thoroughly amazed by the daring flight
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
- There have been other painters, and a newspaper
- read the newspapers. Newspapers don't last beyond their day, and people
- think the newspapers leave their soul as easily as they entered it.
- newspaper. It is precisely this fleeting and transitory character of
- the newspaper and the fact that we do not try to remember it but want
- must forget in the case of some newspapers. One time, we were in the
- Now, that is an evening paper, and one day it ran a very sensational
- was based on an error. Now this is a thing not often found: a newspaper
- city newspapers are ever so gradually moving in this direction.
- have far less effect than newspaper articles. What is carefully taken
- less effect than what we take in hastily from a newspaper. Please do
- not take this to mean that you should not read newspapers, but accept
- so much as a line in a newspaper. We must take newspapers as part of
- a feeling for style. Granted, we have to read newspapers nowadays, but
- by newspaper reading and read nothing else anyway, but also among people
- is now a modem newspaper. The article was written by Dr. F. Oppenheimer,
- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
- of paper rolls, some of them standing upright, others at an angle —
- imagine we had not just rolls of plain paper, but inside each roll a
- up paper, we wouldn't see the paintings on the inside of the rolls.
- the paper rolls were arranged in the artistic structure.
- artful structure of paper rolls, but the paper rolls have to form it
- on all the paper rolls, the latter now have the power to arrange themselves
- matter and have come up with this image of the paper rolls with their
- the paper rolls and unroll it. In other words, something special must
- nothing. Then it occurred to him to lift up the paper lining of the
- drawers, and there between the last layer of paper and the bottom of
- a piece by such a popular writer appeared in a widely read daily paper.
- threat, would soon appear in shop windows and newspapers. As I said,
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