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One of the greatest qualities human beings possess is our desire to keep improving things. From medicine and technology to athletics and ways of killing each other, mankind is always striving to make advances.

9th August, 2008

One of the greatest qualities human beings possess is our desire to keep improving things. From medicine and technology to athletics and ways of killing each other, mankind is always striving to make advances.

The same is true in the world of art and culture. Painters, sculptors and writers are always trying to hone and perfect their skills. Of course, as the appreciation of art is highly subjective, it is unlikely that anyone will ever...

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