Juicy Philosophy: A way of life for ripening human organisms For us to understand some ways for philosophy to be juicy—more mouthwateringly fruitful for our lives—let's consider what juicy suggests and why human organisms have this cultural activity called philosophy. Then we can consider what philosophy is and how it may benefit us in more … Continue reading Juicy philosophy: A way of life for ripening human organisms
An aspect of the practice of flavor play that is quite important is the final part when we begin to speak about our experiences, though it may be subtly obvious as to why this is the case. While we are speaking about our experiences of flavors, we are developing our capacity to communicate. Flavor play … Continue reading Practicing Juicy Philosophy: Playing with your food, playing with your words
"Art reveals the how of experience that we call aesthetic" Michel Henry There was a great op-ed piece in the New York Times sunday paper a couple weeks ago by William Deresiewicz about the foodie movement (that I pointed to in my last blog), where the author surmised that "we are in danger of confusing our … Continue reading Are foodies the demise of fine art?