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By Joanna Merwood-Salisbury, Kent Kleinman, Lois Weinthal

Kent Kleinman, Joanna Merwood-Salisbury, Lois Weinthal (eds.)

What is flavor? This well-curated assortment files new theories and rising serious practices within the box of inside layout. It investigates flavor, an idea crucial to the formation of the self-discipline within the eighteenth century that was once repudiated through architects within the early 20th century, yet which maintains to play an enormous position in inside layout this day. Essays through historians and critics are complemented through interviews with practitioners at the margins of normative perform and portfolios of the paintings of up to date designers.

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4 For a defense of Matisse’s decorative radicalism, see my “In Praise of Pure Violence (Matisse’s War),” in The Life and Death of Images: Ethics and Aesthetics, ed. Diarmuid Costello and Dominic Willsdon (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2008), 37–55. 5 Kant, Critique of Judgment, 225. , 338–39. 7 Emphasis mine. 8 Kant, Critique of Judgment, 213, 237. , 216. 10 Stanley Cavell, “Aesthetic Problems of Modern Philosophy,” in Must We Mean What We Say? A Book of Essays (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976), 94.

10 Sister Parish, Albert Hadley, and Christopher Petkanas, Parish Hadley: Sixty Years of American Design (New York: Little, Brown, 1995), 98. 11 Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary, Oxford World’s Classics, trans. Margaret Mauldon (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004), 31. 12 Larissa Bonafanta, “Nudity as Costume in Classical Greek Art,” American Journal of Archaeology 93, no. 4 (1989): 543. 13 Alexandra Warwick and Dani Cavailaro, Fashioning the Frame: Boundaries, Dress and the Body (Oxford: Berg, 1998), xvii.

7 31 Taste, after all Not coincidently, the “rubbish-heap . . of our observations” is also where Geertz spent a good deal of his time and intellectual energy, for the richly textured detail that anchors his interpretations of local cultures was not to be found in gross generalizations or abstract structures, but rather in the particulars of observed action, in the thickness of his descriptive field notes. Morelli’s method participates in a larger epistemological trajectory rooted in symptomology that encompasses medical semiotics (the physician’s use of revealing signs that point to an unseen disease); psychoanalysis (the analyst’s attention to marginal details and unintentional slips of the tongue); and criminology (the systematic and accurate identification of individuals via fingerprints for the maintenance of judicial order and via graphology for the administration of contract law).

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