Acting-Out Politics

Weblog opens discussion about the psychology of Bushmerican style of behavior.

When Sunflowers Teach The Little Girl How To See The Sun, When The Little Girl Teaches The Sunflowers How To See The World, When Sky Learns From Sunflowers How To See The Sun Emil Nolde, “Kleine Sonnenblumen” (“Little sunflowers”) How many sunflowers are in this painting, two or three? The semantic key to the heart […]

A Film As A Memorial To A Democratic Everyday Life With Elegant Love, Sex, Individualism, Friendliness And Civility Claude Sautet (to the right), Michel Serrault and Emmanuelle Beart on the set of “Nelly and Monsieur Arnaud” Nelly’s husband after he lost his job. He became depressed because of his inability to keep his beautiful wife […]

Humanistic Education (Liberal Arts) As A Psychological Training For A Democratic Life To be able during a political conversation about life to react on the opposing arguments non-phobically and without even unconscious hate is impossible if our emotions have not been cultivated by humanistic education (if between our feelings and the presence of an opposite […]

Democratic Need to Be Understood As A Stimulus For Artistic Creativity Neither seen nor known, I am the perfume living and dead come on the wind! Neither seen nor known, chance or genius? Hardly come, the task is ended! Neither read nor understood? What mistakes destined for the best minds! Neither seen nor known, The […]

Orgasmic Femininity as a Gift from Gods to Women and Men Iris is the messenger of Heaven, who restores peace in nature. She is the personification of the rainbow. Iris represents the sudden onrush of artistic creativity, how it strikes the artist unawares. As with creation itself, one moment there is nothing, and in next […]

Painterly Comments 0n Radical Dehumanization Of Humanity S. Dali, “Geopolitical Child Watching the Birth of the New Man”, 1943 In the very middle of WWII which was a kind of existential resume of European history, Dali’s wild and brave intuition produced the image of United States as the place where a new man, opposite to […]



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