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Terrapin Station wrote: ↑April 29th, 2021, 3:55 am
...the absolute/relative and the context-free/context-dependent distinctions aren't the same thing as the objective/subjective distinction.
You nailed it with this one.
Thanks - I'll try to remember this.
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From what I read and from my point of view, I believe it is left of the box. It is interesting how this image is causing an argument though.
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Regardless of all of this, the images are different solely from the standpoint of composition. It is because they are different that we can recognize them as one being the rotated version of the other. Angles do count as properties. Things can be different just by changing modes.
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