Acting-Out Politics

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

“Golden Age” is stylistically innovative and semantically sharp as only an exceptional film made today can be. We see on the screen the human thinking in motion that critically reviews our civilization with wit and from an independent spiritual position. We could be astonished by the director’s intellectual exuberance if we didn’t remember whom we […]

Fassbinder at different ages “Germany in autumn” is exceptionally important work for international audiences because more and more countries are targeted by terrorists with various ideological motivations and because it compares two alternative governmental responses to the terrorist attack. One is solid, rational and psychologically mature – in agreement with democratic principles, and the other […]

“Medea” is not only the resurrection of Euripides’ tragedy before cine-audiences of our days. It is a proof that great works of art from the past are not only relevant for our life today according to the same terms as they were perceived earlier (as a representation of tragedy as a private behavior, as a […]

Technico-scientific Experiments With Life And Death of Earth’s Inhabitants The sun and the sun’s light are one – sun/light Olafur Eliasson, The Weather Project 2003, Installation The morning- and day-light was the first sun. The sun was the first god. God was at first a metonymy and later metaphor of the sun, but sun was […]

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