Huxleў’s choice

“One Israeli asked me if I could make a film that would not be about the Holocaust, but would itself be a kind of Holocaust?
I spent the whole night walking around Paris thinking about this idea. In the end, I agreed, not realizing yet that I was taking on an overwhelming task, getting involved in an impossible adventure, very dangerous, which ended up costing me twelve years of my life.” Claude Lanzmann, director of Shoah

Huxleў - 27.01.2022
Interview

Opportunities for living philosophy I see in the contemporary experimental theatre. In the one that was born from the feat of Antonin Artaud with his “theater of cruelty.” For me, theater is an experimental metaphysics and even a practice, akin to yogic. I think that the theater can become for a modern person what the Eleusinian Mysteries were, say, for the ancient Greek – the bosom of the birth of thought

Oles Maniuk - 26.01.2022
Liberal Arts

American astronomer and scientist Carl Sagan played a leading role in the US space program. He was very eager to find extraterrestrial life. Sagan was a big enthusiast in the search for life on Mars. One of his biggest dreams was to find a new civilization on this red cratered ball

Huxleў - 26.01.2022
Philosophy

Memory is the basis for future decisions and their variability. Imagination is something over which God himself has no control. It can do everything. And indeed, the imagination drives the development of mankind, opens the way in space and inside a person. And it can destroy us

Vitaliy Gagauz - 24.01.2022
Liberal Arts

The Rothko Art Center is called one of the most ambitious cultural projects of the 21st century in Eastern Europe. Recall that the sale of the most expensive painting by Mark Rothko Orange, Red, Yellow for 86.9 million US dollars in 2012 set a record for paintings of the post-war period and approved the status of the artist as one of the most significant in the art of the XX century

Alena Martynyuk - 24.01.2022
Liberal Arts

Her difficult but glorious life continues – let her live longer and have time to find out how many people around the world admired her victories, culture, intelligence and willpower, let her continue to prove to us that the starting position in life is not the main thing, and the hard work shown, will and endurance will help to achieve everything

Boris Burda - 23.01.2022
Liberal Arts

A little while ago, in all major cities, sorry for the unappetizing detail, everyone was bothered by terrible smells of you know what.
And the beginning of the solution of this problem was laid by an invention named after the letter of the Latin alphabet.
Which letter?

Boris Burda - 22.01.2022
Interview

The first thing that underlies business is our values. We know that suffering is a person’s own choice, there is no meaning in it. Overcoming them is a waste of energy. My task as a leader and owner of a business is to ensure that the energy of the team goes to creation, and not to internal disassemblies, misunderstandings, doubts

Huxleў - 21.01.2022
Liberal Arts

Carl Sagan was an astronomer and scientist, the founder of the scientific and educational genre of literature about the space future, a staunch supporter of the expansion of earthly civilization in the Universe, a timeless genius and a great optimist. He began to study the Universe long before modern space flights and achieved amazing results in this

Huxleў - 19.01.2022
Philosophy

Deleuze said that desire never comes from within; it cannot be thought by analogy with the essence of the subject, naturally endowed with inner wealth and virtue and striving to express himself outwardly; desire arises from the relation to the external, from the encounter with it and overcoming it; therefore, it is nothing but a way of learning

Oles Maniuk - 18.01.2022
Liberal Arts

His art is still popular and relevant, disputes about him do not subside. He is also remembered in Ukraine. In Uzhgorod, two monuments were erected to him, and in April 2016, the former October Square in the village of Mynai was named after Andy Warhol. But perhaps this is not enough…

Boris Burda - 16.01.2022
Liberal Arts

Before the Chicago slaughterhouse, Midwestern cattle in the 19th century had to be driven under their own power, losing weight along the way. They began to transport by rail – the death rate increased on the way. What to do?

Boris Burda - 15.01.2022

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