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Begging the question-- also known as circular logic-- is a fallacy in which one or more premises of an argument are based on the conclusion being proven. Before digging into some examples, it is worth clearing up a few points of debate concerning terminology. First, there is some debate over whether or not circular logic and begging the question are actually the same thing. Some philosophers and thinkers argue that the two terms are technically different, while others suggest that they are more or less...
While the 1920's had looser-fitting, more boyish looks, the 1930's saw a return to more slim-fitting women's fashions. This image shows some examples of women's fashion from the 1930's #ArtDeco era. Note the elaborate work done on the shoulders, which was characteristic of #fashion from that time period. #art #ArtDecoMuseum
In 1922, King Tutankhamun's tomb was unearthed in #Egypt, causing a fascination with Egyptian relics to sweep across America right when #ArtDeco was also growing in popularity. As a result, the styles from ancient Egypt can be seen in many art deco pieces. Also notice some of the pieces in the background of this image that show other examples of the Egyptian influence. #art #ArtDecoMuseum
A deep neural network is one that uses many hidden layers (2 or more) to answer complex questions. It does this by recursively breaking down the problem into smaller questions. The first layers answer simple questions, and each following layer uses that information to attempt to answer more abstract questions. They've been around since at least the '80's, but they are harder to train, so they've only become useful in the...
The 1920's was a period of progress in the area of women's rights, including the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920, giving women across the nation the right to vote. This movement was reflected in the fashion of the 1920's #ArtDeco era, with looser fitting, more "liberating" women's clothing that were a major change from the constricting corsets of earlier time periods. #art #ArtDecoMuseum
Some examples #ArtDeco art. Note the use of chrome, which was popular among artists at the time. #art #ArtDecoMuseum
Arthur von Frankenberg, one of the most prominent artists of the #ArtDeco era. #art #ArtDecoMuseum
These are teapots made during the '70's and '80's revival of #ArtDeco. #art #pottery #ArtDecoMuseum