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MODERN MUSIC: A Critique

Whenever I wonder how to interpret reality, I always begin by referring to Shakespeare. As his wisdom was above even the gods, the Shakespearean prism is bound to yield...

CULTURAL ARCHETYPES, Part 4 of 4

It’s funny that philosophers are the people who keep artists from ruining civilization with their in-bred fantasies. Philosophers themselves are repugnant and society needs to protected from them also,...

CULTURAL ARCHETYPES, Part 3 of 4

Civilization is complex, and philosophers often use archetypes like general laws in order to simplify complex realities.  I am not a philosopher, but I have been using archetypes to...

CULTURAL ARCHETYPES, Part 2 of 4

In my attempt to construct a “method of interpretation” for how civilization comes into being, I set forth four archetypes: the artist, the philosopher, the citizen, and the politician. ...

CULTURAL ARCHETYPES, Part 1 of 4

Since, at the present moment, we have such ample examples around this country of how one might set about destroying culture, I thought that it would be at least...

The Integrated Man

Imagine there is a man without eyes; his world is a very strange world.  Though he cannot see it, the landscape is spanned by a very green floor, and...

Destroying the Covenant of Consciousness

The mob is now iconoclast.  It is a very frightening evolution point to have reached because iconoclasm always is the philosophy adopted just before absolute persecution.  For those who...

DEATH: Coming to a Theatre Near You !

This is by Sun News Editorial writer Conlan Salgado Theatre is not dead, but it is dying. In thirty years, cultural critics may have the unhappy duty of asking about...

A Study on Sexual Assault

This article is by Sun News editorial writer Conlan Salgado. There is a new study published by Shamus Khan and Jennifer S. Hirsch about sexual assault.  It was carried in...

The Cause of Personality Disorders

This editorial is by Sun News Tucson contributor Mr. Conlan Salgado Humans are able to view themselves as metaphors by casting their consciousness out of their physical bodies. This I...
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