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Arnold: Anything philosophical going on here?

Tera: It seems the higher blue cube represents nature and the lower black one civilization.

Edna: Could be, but are such interpretations needed? Why not just see just appreciate 
the visual patterns? Too much philosophy gets in the way of clear seeing.

Heather: Maybe each work of art has multiple meanings. One one level there is merely shape and color,
but I do also believe the artist was expressing a political vision.

Randy: Too many so-called 'spiritual philosophies' see the world as non-political. That is naive 
and ultimately dangerous. Some sort of struggle is always taking place. Rather than seeking 
metaphysical escape, we must learn to face each struggle bravely.
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