Gail Flockhart Contemporary Artist

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1 Beckett, S (1973) Malloy, Malone Dies, The Unnamable. London: Calder Publications
2 Pattison, G (1998) Art, Modernity and Faith – Restoring the Image Towards a Theology of Art. 2nd Revised edition. London: SCM Press (citing M Merleau-Ponty, Eye and Mind, in J O’Neill (ed), Phenomenology, Language and Sociology, London, Heinemann, 1974, p284).
3 Facticity (French: facticité, German: Faktizität) has a multiplicity of meanings from "factuality" and "contingency" to the intractable conditions of human existence. … It is a term that takes on a more specialised meaning in 20th century continental philosophy, especially in phenomenology and existentialism, including Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Maurice Merleau-Ponty. … Heidegger discusses facticity as the thrownness (Geworfenheit) of individual existence. General info at Wikipedia (2009): Facticity. [Online] [Accessed 20th August 2009]
4 ibid (citing M Heidegger,(ed Krell), Basic writings, London Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1978, p165).

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