Edtech and the evolutionary arms race

In 1944, in response to a question about whether there could be a “purely American art”, Jackson Pollock said this: The idea of an isolated American painting, so popular in this country during the thirties, seems absurd to me just as the idea of creating a purely American mathematics or physics would seem absurd … ┬áthe basic problems of contemporary painting are independent of any country. It’s a famous move in the history of exnomination that plays differently, I think,…

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