Wednesday, February 2, 2011


Filed under: General,Geometry — m759 @ 9:00 AM

"the predicate* of bright origin"

— A phrase of Wallace Stevens quoted here yesterday

One origin, noted here on January 25

IMAGE- Detail of a photo by Richard Newton at flickr.com

This commemorated the death of noted discographer Brian Rust.
Rust appears in today's New York Times  obituary index—


Also in today's obituaries: artist Alan Uglow, who reportedly died on January 20.

A link ("Noland") from this journal on that date leads to… a geometric origin.

“At the still point,
there the dance is.”
— T. S. Eliot

What Stevens's "predicate" is, I do not know.
Eliot's predicate would seem to be "still."

Related material—  The dance from "Pulp Fiction"** illustrated here
on the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels last year.


* Some background for the Hall of Philosophy (yesterday's post)—
"Unity of the Proposition" at Wikipedia and at Oxford University Press.

** A flickr.com page gives examples. (The link is thanks to The Ghost Light).

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