I don’t know my dear
If this is a dream
What year it is and what day,
I don’t know my dear,
If I am yours or
If you are my dream . . .
–from the movie Underground (1995)
Apart from natural sciences, I am interested in literature, theatre, music, painting, movies, and philosophy—art.
This is “the” question: Why are there beings at all, instead of nothing? -Heidegger
Some ‘best’ for me ….
The blind owl (Hedayat)
Street of crocodiles (Schulz)
Of mice and men (Steinbeck)
Bartleby, the scrivener (Melville)
The sorrows of young Werther (Goethe)
The words (Sartre)
The fall (Camus)
A moveable feast (Hemingway)
Too loud a solitude (Bohumil)
At five in the afternoon (Lorca)
Picasso’s blue period
Mozart’s Requiem (1791)
Van den Budenmayer (fictitious 18th-century Dutch composer)
Works of Krzysztof Kieslowski
Works of Abbas Kiarostami
Works of Martin McDonagh
Works of Simon McBurney/Complicité
The Tiger Lillies
The Moody Blues
Face to Face to Carl G. Jung (1959)
“The only great danger that exist is man himself. and we are pitifully unaware of it. We know nothing of man, far too little. His [psych] should be studied because we are the origin of all coming evil.”
“You see, the word belief is a difficult word for me. I don’t believe; I must have a reason for a certain hypothesis. Either I know a thing and then I know it. I don’t need to believe it. I don’t allow myself to believe a thing just for the sake of believing it; I can’t believe it. But when there are sufficient reasons to a certain hypothesis, I shall accept [these reasons], naturally.”
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