By Harry Benson, Eddie Ad
The undertaking begun with a web query published on LIFE's web site in 2003 and The electronic Journalist: Can photos create an identical old influence as literature? The query remained at the site for viewers to brazenly solution to for a number of weeks. so much responses have been in want of the belief aside from a rebuttal from documentary photographer Joshua Haruni who stated, "photographs can certainly encourage us, however the written notice has the facility to spark the mind's eye to larger depths than any photo, whose content material is proscribed to what exists within the frame." (Wikipedia)
A get together of the ability of images bargains a beautiful portfolio of 1 hundred of an important and vibrant nonetheless photos of all time, together with Robert Capa's photos from the seashores of Normandy, Joe Rosenthal's famed examine of the flag elevating at Iwo Jima, and works through Harry Benson, Eddie Ad.
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He is the one who asks Phaedo what happened. What, exactly, took place? While the verdict had been pronounced long before (palai), the death had been put oV until “much later” (poll¯oi hysteron phainetai apothav¯on). ” What ship? The one, following an ancient Athenian tradition (we are still recounting the history of Athens), that once carried the seven boys and seven girls whom Theseus led to Crete and whom he then saved in saving his own skin. It is, in short, this saving, and the pledge that followed, that is responsible for granting Socrates a reprieve of a few days, a provisional salvation, in this case, the time for an unforgettable discourse on true salvation, salvation by philosophy.
The most living thing can let the debt be heard, as soon as it is taken in photography, the baby chick in its cage or the bouzouki player. indd 48 8/13/10 1:29:35 AM all these musical instruments, radios, telephones, and tape recorders did not recall it, the phonogram of this music of death would resonate here in black and white, from one photo to the next. Like a silent song. Like a dirge of mourning that recalls, for example, Demeter weeping for Persephone, who had been abducted by Hades and whom Theseus, yes, him again, tried to carry away by descending into the underworld.
But also (and this is another world of significations with which the figure of Persephone is associated) a goddess of the image, of water and of tears, at once transparent and reflecting, mirror and pupil? Kore¯, Persephone’s other name, means both young girl and the pupil of the eye, “what is called the pupil [kore¯n kaloumen),” and in which, as Plato’s Alcibiades I reminds us, our face is reflected, in its image, in its “idol,” when it looks at itself in the eyes of another. One must thus look at this divinity, the best mirror of human things (133c).