Acting-Out Politics

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

Modigliani and The Art Of Making The Human Psyche Obsessively Fixated On The Visual Gestalts Triggering Human Archetypal Excitation A. Modigliani, “Nude on a Divan”, 1918 (Reproachful Nude) A. Modigliani, “Big Nude” (Grand nu), (Nude Sadly Accepting Her Posing Job) A. Modigliani, “Nude With Necklace”, 1917 (Nude Pretending to be Resting) A. Modigliani, “Elongated Female […]

“Silence” is a foundational metaphor of the film whose meaning is the silence of something like the human soul in a world of triviality, blind impulses, greedy consumption, indifference and hate armed with military technology. But what is exactly silent in the human world depicted in the film? The term “soul” is drastically over- and […]

Mass-cultural Americans Live with a Drastic Deficit in Humanistic College Education and Instead Are Saturated with Mass-cultural Entertainment (Condition Which Without Any Cognitive Dissonance Can Be Combined With Advanced Technical Education) Mass-cultural Americans are by no means identical with scientific Americans, but they are not necessarily on opposite poles. An Astro-physicist or elemental-particles specialist can […]

How Ernst’s Great Ignoramus, Formed By Financial Obsession And Nurtured By Mass Culture, Can Look Today, In the 21st Century? Ernst often used fragments of birdcages in the collages that he produced in the mid-1960s Jose Maria Faerna (Ed.), “Max Ernst”, Harry N. Abrams Publ., p. 56 Max Ernst, “The Great Ignoramus”, 1965 Pre-democratic – […]

  

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