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Invisible Cobweb of Existence, abstract Thing - Painting,  112x136 cm ©2019 by Kozhina -  
                                                            
    Abstract Art, Abstract Expressionism, Abstract Art, Outer Space, outer space, abstract, nature of things, cobweb, matkovsky
Invisible Cobweb of Existence, abstract Thing - Painting, 112x136 cm ©2019 by Kozhina - Abstract Art, Abstract Expressionism, Abstract Art, Outer Space, outer space, abstract, nature of things, cobweb, matkovsky
© 2019 Kozhina
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St.Petersburg, Russia

Invisible Cobweb of Existence, abstract Thing (2019)
Acrylic on Canvas (112x136 cm)



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About this artwork
This artwork is part of the gallery 2019.

Techniques Acrylic
Support or surface Canvas
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Painting, Acrylic, Abstract Art, Abstract Expressionism, Abstract Art, Outer Space, outer space, abstract, nature of things, cobweb, matkovsky

Description

Abstract objects have no physical referents, whereas concrete objects do. ... abstractum) and concrete objects are sometimes called concreta (sing. concretum). An abstract object is an object that does not exist at any particular time or place, but rather exists as a type of thing—i.e., an idea, or abstraction.

Kierkegaard:
In what sense are labels inadequate to defining our self-identity?
We try to define ourselves by labels, but our individual human existence is concrete and not abstract.... Read More
Abstract objects have no physical referents, whereas concrete objects do. ... abstractum) and concrete objects are sometimes called concreta (sing. concretum). An abstract object is an object that does not exist at any particular time or place, but rather exists as a type of thing—i.e., an idea, or abstraction.

Kierkegaard:
In what sense are labels inadequate to defining our self-identity?
We try to define ourselves by labels, but our individual human existence is concrete and not abstract. Language can't define us because it's abstract.

How does Kierkegaard describe individual human existence?
Individual human existence is concrete. The self is uncertain, fragmented, and incomplete.

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