Goya and the drama of History :::.

In 1814, Goya painted two masterpieces about his recent history, about the history of his country and the drama in it.

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Freud, Nietzsche & the power of art :::.

by María Magdalena Ziegler  “He who possesses science and art also has religion; but he who possesses neither of the two, let him have religion.” Sigmund Freud (Civilization and its discontents, 1939) uses that well-known saying from Goethe to lead us into the comprehension of the representative roles Science and Art fulfill in the place …

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The Death of Socrates ::::..

Can philosophy and morals be transmitted through a painting? A close reading of ‘The Death of Socrates’ One of the most influential artists of the late 18th century, the French painter Jacques-Louis David was a pre-eminent figure in the Neoclassical movement, which marked a stark shift away from the sensuous Rococo style that had dominated …

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