By Paul J. Ennis
I'd like to take my time here to briefly outline the spirit of inquiry that both the artist and philosopher represent. It is, I would wager, a spirit that manifests in the taste for the broadest questions and it has two significant aspects I wish to discuss.
By this I mean that the broad questions are often accompanied by a strange duality. One expressed in the ambiguity that is intrinsic to belonging to a species that is in one aspect capable of astonishing cognition achievements and in another prone to puzzlement about how the fruits of these achievements all fit together.