Art and Culture

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The Culture or the life

Art and Culture, Coronavirus

It is a sad fact that culture is one of the main collateral victims of the current pandemic. Indeed, nothing is sadder than empty concert halls, unoccupied theatres, closed cinemas and deserted museums. Nothing is more distressing than dismantled symphony…

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In Praise of Carefreeness.

Art and Culture, Coronavirus, Society

Nothing we all miss more, in 2020, than being carefree. Who even remembers today the meaning of this word that was once so banal, if not as a distant memory? Etymologically, carefreeness is being free from care and worry, or…

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Genealogy of Conspiracy

Art and Culture, Prospective, Society

We always have a tendency, and it is a natural thing, to think that whatever happens to us is new, unique, and extraordinary. And it is so because it happens during our lifetime, which, after all, is especially important for…

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Mask: What’s in a name?

Art and Culture, Coronavirus

All of life’s everyday objects have a story, a genealogy, a raison d’être; and nothing is more exciting than to tell that story. The story of the humble nail, the loud hammer, the subtle book, the obedient washing machine, the…

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Writing your life as a work of art

Art and Culture

One of the most common and beneficial exercises that many people do at the end of each year is to write a wish list for the following year. And to check the validity of the list of previous year. For…

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