Friday, July 4, 2014

Wittgenstein's Font


In his philosophical investigation of the 'bewitching' and 'seductive' nature of language, Wittgenstein states: "A picture held up captive. And we could not get outside of it, for it lay in our language and language seemed to repeat itself to us inexorably."

It's a slightly out of focus statement from a drunk and abuser, but he does that filmic sense of bringing all intellectually induced (seduced) composers together. What an amazing man; a man loadfilled with entropic imperfections and phosphenes. He's dead...who cares.   Let's move on.

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