And a Masterpiece is Painted Poetry

Beyond the attempted word weld, the attempt is better "illustrated" in Will Freeman (2020), where the intellectually poetic collectively create what we refer to as the Humanities. Expand away!

By Plutarch, Wallace Stevens, B. F. Skinner,

Mar 20, 2021
6 min read

And a Masterpiece is Painted Poetry

Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks.
— Plutarch (46-120 AD)
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And a Masterpiece is Painted Poetry

Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks.
— Plutarch (46-120 AD)

The titled responsion adds to the definitions of silence and poetry by giving both a voice vis-à-vis Plutarch. There is an addition of sorts that I offer by defining a masterpiece as painted poetry. However, there is a critical problem with the idea of the metaphor, which I hope to explain in this article.

I've been working with one particular academic named John. John has provided a very interesting resource on 35 of Plato's dialogs. Essentially the project is a compendium of sorts and includes over 500 similies.

Plato Similes: A Compendium of 500 Similes in 35 Dialogues

Sadly, with the above bookmark, there is no accompanying image. Although this irks my design aesthetic, the placement of this reference outweighs my design preference.

Plutarch - planksip
Plutarch was a Greek biographer and essayist, known primarily for his Parallel Lives and Moralia. Plutarch’s surviving works were written in Greek, but intended for both Greek and Roman readers.
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Beyond the attempted word weld, the attempt is better "illustrated" in Will Freeman (2022), where the intellectually poetic collectively create what we refer to as the Humanities. Expand away!

The Space Between

I do not know which to prefer, The beauty of inflections, Or the beauty of innuendos, The blackbird whistling, Or just after.
— Wallace Stevens (1879-1955)

The titled responsion is...

When it comes to writing, one of the most difficult decisions you will ever face is what kind of language to use in your piece. Most people have some idea about the basic rules regarding style - you use regular speech, proper grammar, and correct punctuation. However, there is a lot more to writing that you don't know about when it comes to using the language of inflections. Here are some things you should know.

Wallace Stevens - planksip
Wallace Stevens was an American modernist poet. He was born in Reading, Pennsylvania, educated at Harvard and then New York Law School, and he spent most of his life in the insurance industry.
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The most common way to write an inflected language is with your voice. You will find this particularly useful when writing for younger readers or people with distinct accents. If you were to do this in written English, you would first have to learn some basic English pronunciation, which can be difficult and time-consuming. However, the problem becomes much less of a hassle if you could speak like an American or British speaker. Another good reason to talk in the third person is that it makes it easier to understand things in the text, which makes the piece more valuable to the reader. It also gives you a better chance of getting the point across.

Inflection is not something that you should do without learning it. It is inherent in language, and it takes a great deal of practice to master the art of inflection. Once you can write with inflections, however, you can also use them in conversation. Try writing out some sentences in the third person and then read them aloud. What is obvious once you begin reading is how words flow. This is the same in oral communication as well. Remember to pay attention to how your audience hears the words and how they affect their conversation.

The Fallacy Facilitator

The way positive reinforcement is carried out is more important than the amount.
— B. F. Skinner (1904-1990)

The titled responsion is...

There is a wide difference between "the old way" and the new way, the latter being more likely to lead to a good outcome. A person who is very negative and does not talk is an example of the old way, while a person who is happy and talkative would be a good choice for the new way. People can change to fit in with the new way of thinking or even just do what they are told. This may take a while and require some effort, but patience is important. People who are not positive and do not believe they are better than others will not get on well at work and will be more likely to make poor choices.

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Burrhus Frederic Skinner, was an American psychologist, behaviorist, author, inventor, and social philosopher. He retired as a Professor of Psychology at Harvard University in 1974.
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However, it is important to understand that the way positive reinforcement is carried out is far more important than the results. If a person goes from having no positive reinforcement to having it all over them, it may seem like an easy way out, but this is not always so. It can often lead to depression as people are unsure how to deal with such a drastic change. If you are unsure about the new way of thinking, do not try to change yourself to fit into it; you may feel depressed instead.

The best way to carry out positive reinforcement is to practice with others. This may take a while, especially if you have never tried it. When you first start, think about things that make you happy. Do this a few times, and then look at your life with them in mind. If you do not feel that they are working, then stop them. This will help you gain confidence and become more positive. Positive reinforcement is not the end of the world, but if it is done correctly, it is an essential part of your success.

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