Sobre William James, Liszt, Brecht, Bob Dylan e Schopenhauer (entre outros)
E la nave vem.
Em primeiro plano, o piano de cauda e György Oravecz. Em segundo, a empena de pastilhas coloridas e Jesus Cristo. 976 more words
When we experience a film, we consciously prime ourselves for illusion. Putting aside will and intellect, we make way for it in our imagination. The sequence of pictures plays directly on our feelings. 617 more words
At the beginning of his essay “On Noise,” the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer writes:
The super abundant display of vitality, which takes the form of knocking, hammering, and rumbling things about, has proved a daily torment to me all my life long. 905 more words
By Andy Xu
Upon viewing Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s science fiction masterpiece Welt am Draht (1973) for a second time, I realized that it can be seen as an exploration of some of Nietzsche’s central ideas. 1,540 more words