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The Artist at Work

By Ashley Riley 0 Comment November 29, 2020

Gilbert Jonas is a child of divorce. His father owns a prestigious publishing company, but divorces his wife on the grounds of “adultery,” in this case devoting herself entirely to helping the poor. Whatever happens to him, Jonas attributes his good fortune in life to his lucky “star. He becomes an artist, gains a patron, […]

Kafka is In the Penal Colony

By Ashley Riley 0 Comment November 24, 2020

“It’s a peculiar apparatus,” said the Officer to the Traveller, gazing with a certain admiration at the device, with which he was, of course, thoroughly familiar. It appeared that the Traveller had responded to the invitation of the Commandant only out of politeness, when he had been asked to attend the execution of a soldier […]

The Gates of Paradise

By Ashley Riley 0 Comment November 24, 2020

A trooper named Nobushige came to Hakuin, and inquired: “Is there truly a heaven and a hell?” “Who are you?” asked Hakuin. “I am a samurai,” the warrior replied. “You, a soldier!” shouted Hakuin. “What kind of ruler would have you as his protect? Your confront looks like that of a beggar.” Nobushige got to be so irate that he started to draw his sword, but Hakuin proceeded: “So you have got a sword! Your weapon is likely much as well gloomy to […]

Peace Threat

By Ashley Riley 0 Comment November 24, 2020

Many of the conflicts in today are connected to the nationalism, but nationalism is not always a bad concept. If people’s of any country support the civic nationalism, there is no problem at there. However, ethnic nationalism is a totally different concept. There is an opinion that any nation is superior to others in ethnic […]

Anectod by Sir Arthur Doyle

By Ashley Riley 0 Comment October 25, 2020

Holmes is camping with Watson. Holmes wakes up late at night and he pokes his assistant. “Watson,” he says. “Look up to the sky and tell me what you see.”   “I see millions of stars, Holmes,” says Watson. “Well, what do you conclude from this, Watson?” Watson thinks a little, he says, “Well,” he […]

What’s in your “hand” ?

By Ashley Riley 0 Comment October 25, 2020

Once upon a time, a sage lived in a country. No matter what question he was asked, he surely had an appropriate answer. One day, a man who could not bear this situation said: – I will ask the sage such a question that he will never answer.   – So what are you going […]

No Definition, Universal Explanation

By Ashley Riley 0 Comment October 25, 2020

Law has more than one explanation, but there is no common definition. Even when examined etymologically, a common root cannot be found. However, we can make a general definition of Law. Law is a body of rules in the community which is implemented by a sovereign authority. It intervenes in a possible disorder by ensuring […]

Theoretical Revolution

By Ashley Riley 0 Comment August 18, 2020

In historiography, we ignored this important multiplier, as the value of the individuals who make up the society in the transitions from feudalism to aristocracy, from aristocracy to the bourgeoisie, is just emerging in the cosmic calendar. For example, in the French Revolution, of course, there were intellectuals influenced by Jean Jacque Rousseau and Montesquie, […]


By Yasin Alkan 0 Comment August 6, 2020

The resistance that started against the harsh intervention of the police in a bar called Stonewall on 28th June 1969 is first resistence against system. Police, who frequently intervened in bars with LGBT members in the 1960s, increased the violence to the highest level in June 1969. The resistance lasted 4 days and it was […]

Dvorak the Antonin

By Yasin Alkan 0 Comment August 6, 2020

Dvorak is perhaps one of the most interesting artists ever born. He was so scattered that he could not find the compositions he wrote, he forgot about his messy face and wrote it all over again. Considering the symphonies that he couldn’t reach because he lost his notes, it is not even a job to […]