quinta-feira, 15 de novembro de 2012


Pablo Picasso, Portrait of the artist's wife (Olga) (1923, in Old Paint).
«One of this predispositions (…): that of conceptually separating people from things, and of seeing people as the natural preserve for individuation (that is singularization) and things as the natural preserve for commoditization (…)». 
«There is, therefore, a perennial moral concern in Western thought, whatever the ideological position of the thinker, about the commodization of human attributes such as labor, intellect or creativity (…)».
Igor Kopytoff, «The cultural biography of things: commodization as process», p. 84.

2 comentários:

ana disse...

Tão bonito.
Beijinho, Margarido!:)

Margarida Elias disse...

Obrigada! Muitos beijinhos!