dali48 and writing books and photographing in BAD etc...
14.11.1998 - Interpretation of dali48
The man of the modern age has made himself a subject and placed in the place of "God" - In the plurality of postmoderns he now stands in the dilemma between self-realization at any cost and self-loss - Compromise: "being yourself in relationship"... (G. Geshake, Rhine Post, 13.11.98)
Real love does not show itself between two persons - There exists the danger that the one loves himself in the other - but only where 2 as "we" turn to a third person... (R. St. Viktor, Rhine Post)
The predominance of technology is at the same time the end of the private sphere - and its decline fits in the gloomy prophecies of a cultural pessimism - which unites technical progress and social decline (and destruction of the environment etc. - d.48)... (J. Schlemmer)
Respect for privacy, offers then, as a matter of principle, only the technically free society (as little as possible - and as much as necessary etc. - d.48)... - If we endanger this security in social cohesion - which is also the case when we are being "tapped" (spied), the human retreat to itself will follow (see inner iemigration, etc. - d.48)... - The intimate sphere as the basis for contacts to fellow human beings is transformed into an ego-sphere in the sense of the withdrawal of contacts - The willingness will sink, to engage in bonds, and commitments - The distrust in others and the selfish retreat to ourselves is the most unpleasant consequence of the threat of intimacy... (G. Arzt)
Annex2 to the blogs of dali48
09/22/2011 - Interview with Author dali48 on Google +