A Kind of Order

Kunitz, Stanley
January 1975
New Republic;1/18/75, Vol. 172 Issue 3, p27
Focuses on the depiction of philosophical concept of order in human life in works of art. Appraisal of changes in human intuitions, perceptions and metaphor in works of artists and scientists; Overview of paintings by Paul Cézanne; Representation of remedies for human problems in poetry; Changes in observation depicted by German physicist Werner Heisenberg.


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