Friday, October 30, 2015
Iowa City's Little Village on getting uncanny for Halloween.
[T]hese unknowable unknowns are essential fuel for generative thinking — the stuff that drives creativity and it’s handmaid, wonder. And here’s the thing: We can only explore the unknowable unknowns by leaving what is familiar and comfortable behind. Familiarity conceals from us what is near. As Heidegger wrote about the useful things we ignore, they have “so little nearness that it is often not even to be found at all initially".
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