Humanity distinguishes itself from other life forms in its ability to think. Thinking is the fundamental activity of humankind. Thinking also implies consciousness, which implies love, which implies hate. Sequences lead to polarities and between polarities lies chaos.
Colored Clay - Vol. 23 No. 1, December 1994
In recent years, theory in craft has devoted itself primarily to the subject of what craft is. Questions of its definition and development have almost invariably ended up at the art/craft dialectic, in which craft must continually seek to differentiate itself from art.