I'm not particularly interested in the interest of "artists", but I would like for you to develop the digital noise you were making about this philosopher's position on aesthetics and its subsequent reception--or more, accurately, appropriation.
"You point out the importance of "green architecture" and the use of sustainable materials. My boyfriend is an achitect and he has much interest in this topic. You are able to meet him in his hubs "DeedsDesign".
You say that whenever you have no idea what to say--don't think I don't know that. And this is also not a court of law or judgment. Do you think you 'win?' lol
You have a lot of misconceptions. And it seems the other hubbers gave you something of a work out earlier.... I seriously have work before tomorrow to get done as I've had these client dinners this weekend. But! Glad to see this interest in art and poetry & also the production of a few hubs off these exchanges... lol
Touchy, touchy. Relax. You don't need to justify yourself to little old me. If you don't have an adequate response that's OK. After all you're a published author. Who am I to question you, when you emote digital noises! Carry on. I hope you cooked a nice little dinner for your clients in Flagpost--very domestic of you!
It wasn't 'touchy,' but imagine you are used to that sort of thing.
And yeah, when you have things published internationally, I suppose you can call yourself a published author, last time I checked, "C" student.
No--like wine and dine the clients at events and high end restaurants with hopes that they hand over big checks. Oh, you know, for that green stuff you are so much after... And you really need to google Sedona.
"In this blog one is able to read interesting writings about sustainable and enviro-friendly architecture. According to the author, a house ougth to be ecological and ought to use renewable materials and energy. Then he speaks about prefabricated and industrialized [digitals noise], and [something] protected."