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True beauty

True beauty is something that attacks, overpowers, robs, and finally destroys.

~Yukio Mishima


Some thoughts (related to Jordan B. Peterson)

This time, I’ll try the Nietzschean way: aphorisms. (Or almost).

1. I don’t remember precisely when I became interested in Jordan Perterson’s ideas, lectures, etc. 1,085 more words

'Sun and Steel' by Yukio Mishima

Sun and Steel by Yukio Mishima is a not-quite autobiography and not-quite confession that he calls ‘confessional criticism.’ It was written to capture “all kinds of things that cannot find adequate expression via an objective artistic form such as the novel.” 1,057 more words


Oameni celebri și pisicile lor

Cum data trecută am scris despre Stephen King, căruia îi plac atât pisicile cât și câinii, am decis să scriu și despre alți artiști cărora le plac pisicile. 178 more words


Yukio Mishima

If you’re reading Yukio Mishima’s 午後の曳航 The Sailor who Fell from Grace with the Sea or 潮騷 The Sound of Waves, have you watched #Enjo / #Conflagration, a film adapted from his other novel, The Temple of the Golden Pavilion? 27 more words