Sculpture is divided into modeling and carving, one additive, one subtractive.

Sculpture is divided into modeling and carving, one additive, one subtractive.

Sculpture is divided into modeling and carving, one additive, one subtractive. They lead to very different ways of thinking. Does philosophy have anything to say about creating meaning by tasking something away (carving) as opposed to continual increase (modeling)? It seems as if almost all normal academic disciplines are now additive.

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