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Title: Confrontation caricaturised
Authors: Briffa, Vince
Keywords: Art -- Research
Performing arts -- Technique
Design -- Social aspects
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Briffa, V. (2018). Confrontation caricaturised. THINK Magazine, 23, 33-37.
Abstract: There are two sides to every question, exactly opposite to each other,’ wrote Diogenes Laertius when quoting Protagoras in Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosophers. This makes us consider human nature’s propensity of thinking in dichotomies. Our tendency is to divide humanity and its traits into stereotypical pairings: ‘us and them’, ‘good and bad’, ‘love and hate’. But this does away with the rich profusion of shades of grey within a spectrum which is bound by a further concocted ideological construct for determining what is extreme black or pure white. How does one define colour in absolute terms?
ISSN: 2306-0735
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Think Magazine, Issue 23
Think Magazine, Issue 23

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