Notes for a sociology of ambiguity: the contribution of visual arts In the globalized western thinking, the accelerated techno-scientific-communicational progress generated a widespread critique toward ambiguity, promoting the notion that true knoledge must adhere to scientific paradigms, based on erther true or false. As a reaction, this trend is adding to the social reality an increasing need of a tool that allows emancipation fron the deterministic cage of scientific rationality. This need can be satisfiedby ambiquity, as typical of creative and receptive figurative arts. This phenomenology, originating fron an impulse, takes shape in its development, following free - not decided ex-ante by a form, but being realized ex-post as acting-form (literally formativity) pathways. Thus created, figurative arts is 'open' to the free interpretation of spectator.Thus becoming conforn, figurative art extend their cultural influence to the society, preferring freedom around the polar couple of freedom and order.
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