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It is hard for a philosopher to attach a precise meaning to Twombly’s claim about his art, but we should by now be familiar with the contrast he invokes. Twombly is telling us that we should not think of the lines as representing his experience in the Fodorian sense. Rather, they are the felt experience, the sensation that is the realization of the line.
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