Posted by Guido.Poggi (220.127.116.11) on June 12, 2003 at 22:00:31:
In Reply to: Re: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS for Publication of "Jaisini Gleitzeit Supermodernity" posted by pingwen@rice. edu on June 12, 2003 at 21:59:51:
: : : CALL Sounds like this art is everything and nothing, the whole and the parts of the whole. that which was and that which will forever be, a visual deconstruction of the post-structural, the abstract grounded in the actual, the realization of unreality...
: : Andrew Hollingworth Department of Psychology Michigan State University
very interesting manifesto
would like to know who you are and to have some additional informations
respect to the manifesto and to Mr. Y. Kotz-Gottlieb, who to contact and how (Urls or E-mail) I wish to join the movement.
: that's really interesting. Not that in philosophy we always find 'the answers' but I know that even Confucious once said that he never met a man who cared more about his studies than he thought about woman. So I agree... indeed this is what the universe is mostly driven on...In art there is often the symbolism of "sacred and profane love"...
: Symbolized so often by, ... I forget,.. Venus and Aphrodite??? And that's pretty reflective I think. So in those times when "penis quarterly" comes out and the young men stare hours on end at the porno before them,... In those times, I'm sure us when they feel the least lonely and the most satisfied in the hunger of their seeking souls. And in those hours after having stared and done whatever else I'm sure is when they feel the most filled and happy. What do you think? Society's repression? (effectively oppression?),... or is there something indeed such as 'sacred' love which fills? maybe marriage,... maybe God, if Heís there... My own experience is ëyesí, maybe something of the imagination? hopefully something Real? All western philosophy begins with the question "Is there a God?" from that comes the 2 universes in which people may choose to live talk with me some more...
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