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    Beholding the Beholder: The Reception of ?Dutch? Painting. [REVIEW]Jochen Becker - 1993 - Argumentation 7 (1):67-87.
    While a lucid and understandable interpretation can be given for most pictures, “typically Dutch” paintings (i.e. seventeenth-century genre and still-life pictures) seem to allow for or even demand some measure of freedom for the beholder. The cause of this ambiguity lies in the typically Protestant disregard for works of art and in a concomitant characteristic of these works: they address the viewer in an “ethical” manner.
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    Un activisme informel?Jochen Becker - 2007 - Multitudes 31 (4):75.
    Urban action is ordinary action, like the old man who persists in living on the Champs-Élysées. Urban action finds itself in contradiction with urban politics, as understood by the left, which organises resistance against evictions, when it is too late. What is this city that resists? A sense of it can be given, parenthetically, between the icons of modern architecture and the informal Turkish shantytown huts of the 1950s, which inspired a whole theatre having as public the middle classes, who (...)
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    Pr�Face.Jochen Becker & �ron Kib�di Varga - 1993 - Argumentation 7 (1):1-2.
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