Sublimism

Sublimism : Sublimist Art, Architecture, Morality, and Poetry

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This work is themed on collecting examples of Sublimist art and literature. The author draws entirely from his own work as an artist, poet, and philosopher. More than just several graphical illustrations are present here expressing something like what a genuine Sublimist movement would be----or, nay, IS. The author provides instructions aimed towards training the reader in the art of Sublimism. The primary feature of this work is the Sublimist artworks and poems, a body of work distinct from Coppedge's other Hyper-Cubist work. The final sections include brief examples of philosophical and religious sublimism.show more

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  • Paperback | 90 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.33mm | 190.51g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508564183
  • 9781508564188

About Nathan Coppedge

Nathan Coppedge is a philosopher, artist, inventor, and poet in some capacity. He is the author of over forty books, and has contributed to the Hyper-Cubist art movement, which he calls the "second iteration of Cubism." He has been quoted in Book Forum and the Hartford Courant, and is a member of the International Honor Society for Philosophy. A comment at The Economist cites his possible influence upon economic policy in India. He cites his greatest accomplishment as the evidence he has provided for perpetual motion, but he also has devised methods of philosophy which he hopes will influence future thinkers. He lives alone in New Haven, CT.show more

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