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Rosario Cano Santa Ana College Philosophy 110 Critical Thinking Ted Shigematsu Picture from Page 114 There is a book by Robert Flynn Johnson, tiled Anonymous: Enigmatic Images from Unknown Photographers . This book is composed of 200 photographs; all with unknown origin. Flynn says, "If a photograph is great, whatever its origin or authorship or lack thereof, it is great. In Western culture we depend too much on the cult of the personality in the creation of art." In this book one will find a photograph with a partly constructed Eiffel Tower. There are signs, and one gives a warning; “Warning City Limits, Speed 100 miles. Fords do your damdest" while another reads "Go slow and see our town. Go fast and see our jail!" Another photograph shows a man in a small cart pulled by a team of pigs. But there is one of which this essay will describe in detail. That picture it’s also found in a text by Marlys Mayfield, Thinking For Yourself , page 114, chapter four, “Inferences: What Follows?” FACTS So, how does the photograph in page 114 come into view? First of all, all the directions given will be told from the viewer’s point of view. This picture is in black and
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