Social media has been alight with the young look-a-like and her astonishing resemblance
to the singer - and it prompted us to have a think about the famous faces some of us Teessiders have been likened to over the years.
This projects implements a particular approach in measuring image resemblance
called Perceptual Systems Approach, based on Near Sets Theory where image resemblance
is viewed as a form of nearness between sets of perceptual objects.
The notion of family resemblance
marks an important shift between the view endorsed in the Tractatus and Wittgenstein's later thought.
The Times said that readers had pointed out "a number of resemblances
" between it and "Never Do That to a Book," an essay on the same subject by Anne Fadiman that appeared in her 1998 book "Ex Libris: Confessions of a Common Reader."
of Ulster), according to which certain intense kinds of conflict can arise out of a background of similarity--indeed because of similarity--and may perhaps even generate further resemblance
between the antagonists.
They brought home some things, not only about Manet and Velazquez--this was the show that was really about that pairing, not the one at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2003--but also about questions of "influence" and dialogue and the very boundary between the resemblances
and differences, the comparisons and contrasts, with which we work, both in the day-to-day practice of art history and in the general rule of thought.
This book is about resemblances
and differences, modeling, imitating, shadows, and doubles.
Locke asserts that "the Ideas of primary Qualities of Bodies, are Resemblances
of them, and their Patterns do really exist in the Bodies themselves; But the Ideas, produced in us by these Secondary Qualities, have no resemblance
of them at all."(1) On an unsophisticated way of taking his words, he means that ideas of primary qualities are like the qualities they represent and ideas of secondary qualities are unlike the qualities they represent.(2) I will show that if we take his assertions in this unsophisticated way, our reward will be a straightforward and satisfying interpretation of the central arguments of his chapter on primary and secondary qualities.
However, Kenneth Carpenter of the Denver Museum of Natural History, who is also studying the new dinosaurs, contends that the resemblances
appear to be superficial.
This alternative form of conventionalism achieves what Goodman claims resemblance
must, but cannot, do: demarcate representational entities from non-representation entities; or, more precisely, distinguish content-conferring resemblances
from non-content-conferring ones.
Moving from visual to textual fields, it is significant that the words we use as a common medium of communication bear no pictographic resemblances
to the objects or concepts they represent.
Perhaps as a warning of sorts, Holler has placed a statement on the wall at the start of his maze denying the existence of any doubles: "They are only resemblances
." Of course, the existence of resemblances
depends on our ability to recognize them--an ability that the individual works provoke in invasive and subtle ways.
The close resemblances
between several Burgess Shale organisms and some Ediacaran ones leads Conway Morris to suggest that at least some members of the early group were indeed animals that survived into the Cambrian period.
Not merely tokens of a postmodern self-consciousness about art history, these unexpected resemblances
are yet another means by which Hernandez keeps us on our toes, leaving us feeling not quite sure of what criteria we're meant to use in examining his pictures.
accounts hold that the notion of resemblance
is necessary to the specification of this relation.