Examine the chapter iconoclasm by Mark C. Taylor and explain:

How gleize and Metzinger take us from the superficial realism of the impressionists to the profound realism of Cezanne.
What are the impressionists and Cezanne doing differently?
Why is Cezanne more profound?
How do we then move from Cezanne?s ?phenomenology of perception? to the cubist?s ?phenology of conception??
Most importantly, for the purpose of this paper, how does the cubist fragmentation of perceptual experience fit in with Husserl?s phenomenological reduction of the ?natural? standpoint or attitude? There is a very real connection. Explain what that is.

How does the next reduction in Husserl (eidetic reduction) lead to the examination of the ideal logos or essence of something? How does that correspond to the cubist?s use of geometrical abstraction in revealing the essence or logos of a thing? Again, there is a close parallel explain what that parallel is.

Finally, the reduction to the transcendental ego is the reduction to pure subjectivity or pure consciousness in the Husserl?s phenomenology. How does this emphasize upon pure consciousness or cognition correspond to the notion of subjectivity as found in cubism?
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Development/evolution of modernism from impressionism to Cubism (Cezanne).
Cubist fragmentation of perceptual experience/Husserl phenomenological reduction (discuss their relationship/connection)
Husserl?s eidetic reduction/logos/Essence and cubist use of geometrical abstraction)
Correspondence between Husserl?s emphasize upon pure consciousness (cognition) and Cubist subjectivity.
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