Victor Hugo’s Sublime Description of Characters in Les Miserables Is Detailed, With Poetic Sense in a Romantic Attenuation that Feels As Epic in Insight as the Scope of the Whole

I am currently being blown away by Victor Hugo's 'Les Miserable's. I previously loved Notre Dame de Paris by him and identified with his character through his subject matter and as an author. I need to spend time right now with saner, more grounded minds apart from the world of noise and perpetual panic.The character … Continue reading Victor Hugo’s Sublime Description of Characters in Les Miserables Is Detailed, With Poetic Sense in a Romantic Attenuation that Feels As Epic in Insight as the Scope of the Whole

The Roots of Romanticism – Lecture Series and Book – by Isaiah Berlin – (Lectures Linked)

The Roots of Romanticismby Isaiah Berlin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dhLq2G0FcM&list=PLBHxLhKiPKxBjK6Udz8i0QTlFZAXKzTtF Philosophy OverdoseThis is the first of six lectures given by Isaiah Berlin on Romanticism. In these lectures, delivered at Washington, D.C.'s National Gallery of Art in 1965, acclaimed historian of philosophy Isaiah Berlin addresses the origins of what he deems "the greatest single shift in the consciousness of the … Continue reading The Roots of Romanticism – Lecture Series and Book – by Isaiah Berlin – (Lectures Linked)

05.10.2020>Weekly Neuronal (Dis)Patch – Cyberpunk Philosophy and Art Vlog #2

Here's the second weekly installment of the new weekly video blog I am doing. I am working on them usually on Sundays and trying to release on late Sunday or Monday each week going forward, but am still working out some kinks and getting some better equipment for audio and video. Please let me know … Continue reading 05.10.2020>Weekly Neuronal (Dis)Patch – Cyberpunk Philosophy and Art Vlog #2