Reinventing Beauty

Paul Cézanne’s ‘Nature morte de pêches et poires

Originally published at https://www.parallax-magazin.de on June 11, 2020

.Now is the time to re-invent the world, to make it beautiful. We need to actually become beautiful, John Vervaeke tells us. Vervaeke isn’t speaking of aesthetic or cosmetic beauty particularly, but something more intrinsic—related to virtue and wisdom. Vervaeke uses the latin term reinventio, which means to create but also to discover the beauty of the…

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Compressed scraps of angel melody, stories, essays, rants against reductionism, commands from the deep.

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