Damped Sine Curve: A Metaphor for Sociological Nature

When I was a child, I ate mounds upon mounds of Honey Nut Cheerios. Every morning for breakfast, sometimes for dinner and mostly as as snack, the sweetened little hoops were ubiquitous in my diet. I now refuse to eat Honey Nut Cheerios. This sociological tendency, applicable to many realms of human behavior, can be … Continue reading Damped Sine Curve: A Metaphor for Sociological Nature

Art without a Medium: Expressionism versus the Emotion

Upon deeper contemplation, I find it necessary to distinguish between the expression of an emotion and the emotion itself. Emotional expression is clearly outlined, and has an obvious definition enveloped entirely in the communicative realm. It is the externalized portrayal of the emotion through means of different media, and thus is comprised of the four … Continue reading Art without a Medium: Expressionism versus the Emotion