On seeing: things seen, unseen, and obscene

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Overlook Duckworth, 2006 - Medical - 236 pages
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Sight is almost unanimously regarded as the sense most vital to our day-to-day survival and awareness of the world around us. It is also the sense that dominates our subconscious and our dreams, and from the earliest efforts in the arts, painters and sculptors have explored the boundaries between these two states. In this elegantly written and probing examination of vision, award-winning author F. Gonzalez-Crussi explores the breadth of fascinating phenomena associated with seeing.

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ON SEEING: Things Seen, Unseen, and Obscene

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Pathologist-turned-author González-Crussi (On Being Born, 2004, etc.) produces another astute series of essays on human mortality and the function of art, this time concerning the sense of sight.He ... Read full review

Contents

Mens Foremost Visual Taboo
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Eyes on Privities
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Corollary
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