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Sensory Escapism

Immanuel Kant says in the Critique of Pure Reason that “all our knowledge begins with the senses, proceeds then to the understanding, and ends with reason. There is nothing higher...
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Melancholia

“And so being young and dipped in folly I fell in love with melancholy.” Edgar Allan Poe. Advertisements criticise melancholy, the system too, as well as all conservatism or “liberal...
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Isolation and Creativity

Isolation is a kind of separation; every separation has a price and yet this separation brings gifts, in the long run, artistic creation. When a person is isolated more than...
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The Invisible Planet

It is not a rare phenomenon politicians of the same party, members of the same family, or the same group, to fail in communication. A Conversation becomes like an exercise,...
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Abstraction and Introversion

 “But how is the artist to protect himself against the corruption of the age which besets him on all sides?” wonders Friedrich Schiller, and so do artists of all eras,...
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The Latent Philistine

Admittedly, if one studies the history of Art, the realization that in the past 100 years many genuine schools of occultism express and present themselves by means of paintings or...
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The Incomplete Archetype

 For The Creation Of Any Work Of Art What The Artist Needs First Is The Initial Desire. From Point A To Point B, Which Is No Other Than The Materialization...
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Homo Neo-Romanticus

“Homo Neo – Romanticus” is a term I personally use in a humorous manner. Romanticism as a tendency in philosophy and art is gradually unfolding in the pages of Paradox...
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