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  • 1. Philosophy Project Presentation EDU 5053, Neal Cross
  • 2. Two Lesson Plans New employee training, in the manners of Pragmatism and Theistic Realism. link
  • 3. Three Art Forms, for Pragmatism, Theistic Realism, and Postmodernism Art Form – Rock and Roll songs, with attention paid to the lyrics.
  • 4. Song One - Pragmatism • Living Colour – Album: Stain – Track 2 • Ignorance is Bliss • http://www.livingcolour.com • http://www.livingcolournet.com
  • 5. Living Colour - Ignorance is Bliss - Pragmatism • Verse One: Living with myself is hard enough So I get away when things get rough Famine, strife, and thoughts of war Matter less than the dress she wore
  • 6. Living Colour - Ignorance is Bliss - Pragmatism • Chorus: (you see) Ignorance is bliss Problem solved with just one kiss Ignorance is bliss Problem solved with just one kiss • Instrumental interlude
  • 7. Living Colour - Ignorance is Bliss - Pragmatism • Verse Two: I'm just trying to survive Pay my bills and stay alive All the world's problems ain't my fault I take it all with a grain of salt
  • 8. Living Colour - Ignorance is Bliss - Pragmatism • Chorus (2nd time): (you see) Ignorance is bliss Problem solved with just one kiss Ignorance is bliss Problem solved with just one kiss
  • 9. Living Colour - Ignorance is Bliss - Pragmatism • Interlude: Ignorance… Ignorance is no excuse Your problem's solved, but what's the use Ignorance is no excuse The problem's solved, then what's the use
  • 10. Living Colour - Ignorance is Bliss - Pragmatism • Verse Three: I try to tell them everyday But nobody listens to a word I say Look out my window, what do you see? Sometimes it's worse than that stupid TV (I swear…) • instrumental interlude
  • 11. Living Colour - Ignorance is Bliss - Pragmatism • Guitar Solo • Repeating ending: Ignorance is bliss, Ignorance Ignorance is bliss, Ignorance Ignorance is bliss, Ignorance Well, ignorance is bliss, Ignorance (oh-oh)
  • 12. Pragmatism • Why is Ignorance is Bliss by Living Colour an art form that typifies Pragmatism? – Shows one way of dealing with the problems of Life; find Bliss via Ignorance. • If problems are not my fault, they do not require my dealing with them – Interlude and Verse Three • A shift of opinion, that Ignorance is not an answer? – Repeating Ending • The problematic solution choice of Ignorance to remain in a state of Bliss is Ignorance itself. – A real solution for the problem is still needed
  • 13. Song Two – Theistic Realism • Alter Bridge – Album: One Day Remains – Track 2 • One Day Remains • http://www.alterbridge.com • In Concert – Springfield, 1/25/04 @ Rockwell
  • 14. Alter Bridge – One Day Remains – Theistic Realism • Verse One: As your will is bent and broken And every vision has been cast into the wind As your courage crashes down before your eyes Don’t lay down and die
  • 15. Alter Bridge – One Day Remains – Theistic Realism • Chorus: Cause I see in you More than you’ll ever know And I ask you why You question the strength inside And you need to know How it feels to be alive
  • 16. Alter Bridge – One Day Remains – Theistic Realism • Verse Two: When every wound has been reopened And in this world of give and take you must have faith And the distance to your dreams stretch beyond reach Don’t lay down and die
  • 17. Alter Bridge – One Day Remains – Theistic Realism • Chorus (2nd time): Cause I see in you More than you’ll ever know And I ask you why You question the strength inside And you need to know How it feels to be alive
  • 18. Alter Bridge – One Day Remains – Theistic Realism • Interlude: How it feels How it feels to be alive How it feels How it feels to be alive How it feels How it feels to be alive
  • 19. Alter Bridge – One Day Remains – Theistic Realism • Chorus (3rd time): Cause I see in you More than you’ll ever know And I ask you why You question the strength inside And you need to know How it feels to be alive (x2)
  • 20. Theistic Realism • Why is One Day Remains by Alter Bridge an art form that typifies Theistic Realism? – Verse Two: • “in this world of give and take you must have faith” – Epistemology: Knowing is observing via senses & arriving at concepts • “you need to know how it feels to be alive” – Axiology: personal excellence, common humanity • Chorus lyrics
  • 21. Song Three - Postmodernism •Living Colour –Album: Time’s Up –Track 8 •Type •http://www.livingcolour.com •http://www.livingcolournet.com
  • 22. Living Colour – Type - Postmodernism • Verse One: Stereotype, Monotype Blood type, Are you my type? Minimalism, Abstract expressionism Postmodernism Is’nt it?
  • 23. Living Colour – Type - Postmodernism • Chorus: We are the children of concrete and steel This is the place where the truth is concealed This is the time when the lie is revealed Everything is possible, but nothing is real
  • 24. Living Colour – Type - Postmodernism • Verse Two: Corporate religion, Televanga-hypnotism Suffer till you die For the sweet bye-and-bye Science and technology, the new mythology Look deep inside, Empty
  • 25. Living Colour – Type - Postmodernism • Chorus (2nd time): We are the children of concrete and steel This is the place where the truth is concealed This is the time when the lie is revealed Everything is possible, but nothing is real
  • 26. Living Colour – Type - Postmodernism • Interlude: Everything that goes around Comes around • Guitar Solo
  • 27. Living Colour – Type - Postmodernism • Verse Three: Hypothetical, Theoretical Circumstantial evidence Irrelevance Don't think twice, Just roll the dice Pay the price, Snake eyes
  • 28. Living Colour – Type - Postmodernism • Chorus (3rd time): We are the children of concrete and steel This is the place where the truth is concealed This is the time when the lie is revealed Everything is possible, but nothing is real
  • 29. Living Colour – Type - Postmodernism • Chorus (4th time, modified): We are the children of concrete and steel This is the place where your fate has been sealed This is the time when your life is revealed Everything is possible, but [nothing is](x5) Nothing is Real… Nothing is Real
  • 30. Living Colour – Type - Postmodernism • Interlude: Everything that goes around Comes around... (x2, round style X12) • Nearly 1.5 minutes spent on the fading, round style ending – May stop early to save time
  • 31. Postmodernism • Why is Type by Living Colour an art form that typifies Postmodernism? – “Postmodernism” mentioned in Verse One  – Verse One “types”, Chorus “children of concrete and steel” • Boxes, labels created by those in power • Displays bigotry (“are you my type?”) – No basis for reality, no compass for truth • Chorus “everything is possible but nothing is real” • No Truths (verse three’s words) • No metaphysics – “nothing is real”
  • 32. Neal Cross’ Original Quote Regarding Theistic Realism…
  • 33. Theistic Realism Quote • God, who preexists our reality of Time and Space, spoke our reality into being with His Word. He made us in His image, placing us in a world where we have free choice. Life in this reality is about our relationship choices with God, our fellow images, and the rest of Creation, with God giving us the time and space to make choices and experience consequences. Given our two basic life challenges, Learning and Doing, the Godly Life is the one that both learns and does. – Neal Cross