Art & Literature


The criterion of true beauty is that it increases on

examination; if false, that it lessens.




Art as a Multi-Stage Process by M. G. Mandelbaum

An Aesthetic Approach to Picasso’s Creative Process by M. Stein

The Benefits of the Positional Approach to Improvisational Acting by C. Tigay

Heuristics Part 2: Improving Theater Process through Rules of Thumb by Jason Epstein

Chess, Beauty, and the Martial Arts by A. Berkowitz

Concepts in the Application of the Positional Style to Literature and Literary Theory by M. Gober

The Child as the Grandmaster in Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead by Robert Daly





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