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Category Archives: Art
Hitler and the Power of Aesthetics (2009)
From the 2009 edition Introduction by the author Frederic Spotts: * You can discuss Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot with calm reason. But it is almost impossible to talk about Hitler rationally. When, in 2000, Time magazine was considering whom … Continue reading
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The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles
Here are some highlights from this 2002 book: * Most of us have two lives. The life we live, and the unlived life within us. Between the two stands Resistance. * Late at night have you experienced a vision of … Continue reading
What Is Culture?
F. Roger Devlin writes: The arts are pre-eminently an expression of culture. Culture, in turn, may be defined as the way a particular people sharing a territory attribute significance to the brute facts of the world around them, typically by … Continue reading
Jewish Art Critics Vs Norman Rockwell
Few if any great artists (painter, sculptor etc) were Jewish but most of the dominant art critics have been Jewish as Jews tend to have superior verbal skills but not as many skills of dexterity. Steve Sailer wrote in 2010: … Continue reading
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Do We Want The Likes Of Norman Podhoretz Running Our Culture?
Jews tend to put more value on success than other groups do. It’s not enough in much of Jewish life to just do your best. You have to succeed to be a real Jew. This pressure leads some people to … Continue reading →