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  • Arash Farzaneh
  • August 07, 2008 03:26:35 AM

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A blog with a critical and humorous look at important philosophical and psychological issues, sometimes bordering on the absurd and insane. It is also a blog for writers, where some of my short stories are showcased and some tips for improving writing and accepting criticism are given.

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Psychologically Speaking: An Interview with Dr. Carla Marie Manly

Over the past few years while I have been researching my book on how to deal with anxiety and lead a happier and healthier life, I have had the pleasure to read various insightful and informative books on this topic. But up to now, none of them has resonated with me to such a degree as Carla Marie Manly’s Joy From Fear. Her book immediately stood out for me as her approach is quite similar to mine: She embraces and applies the psychodynamic view to uncover previous as well as continuing...

The Philosophical Dog: The Art of Racing in the Rain Movie Review

When I received a screening invite - my very first one for that matter - for the upcoming film The Art of Racing in the Rain, I was quite thrilled. This email message stood out from all the other interesting and tempting book review and current news requests I receive on a daily basis, and most of which I am unfortunately forced to turn down or postpone due to my own time restraints and constraints. In fact, reading books is a wonderful activity, but it is also rather time-consuming as I would...

The Fruits of Labor: Fall to Grace

In the beginning, Adam led a perfectly idle life. He would stretch out on the pasture soaking the sun while lazily eating fruits and berries from the trees and hedges. He would eat of all the fruits that were permitted and gave no thought or heed to the forbidden or disallowed ones in the outskirts of the garden. He never thought twice about disobedience, and he utterly lacked curiosity for anything outside of his purview.Nor did the woman Eve - assigned to him by the Father - arouse any...

Don’t Be Afraid of Fear: Book Review of Joy from Fear by Carla Marie Manly

Everyone has fears. Those who make the highly dubious claim that they are not or never have been afraid are either lying to you, or they are simply deluding themselves or a combination of both. According to Dr. Carla Marie Manly, we generally have three core fears in addition to our own trove and personal stash of trauma and scary experiences. Our overall anxiety tends to be subsumed to these three core fears that are part and parcel of the human condition: Fear of failure, fear of abandonment...

Me Too Hysteria: The Ultimate Loss of Femininity

Could and should a young black female play James Bond? As Daniel Craig is planning to officially retire from impersonating the British spy James Bond, Lashana Lynch is potentially slated to take over and inherit the role of the famous secret agent 007. This suggestion has excited and enthused many, and it has been heralded as a watershed moment of diversity. In my point of view, this excitement is misguided and misdirected, and these kinds of choices are not a sign nor signal of liberation but...

Mozart's Don Giovanni as the Tragicomic Symbol of Unbridled Capitalism

“Hurray for women,hurray for wine!The substance and glory of humanity!”My first taste and experience of Mozart’s famous (and equally infamous) opera Don Giovanni was Joseph Losey’s adaptation on the small screen. I was certainly impressed by the music but somewhat shocked, baffled and initially appalled by the behaviour of its famed eponymous protagonist also known as Don Juan. The plot was confusing due to his many conquests of the past, present and future, while all the while, my wife...

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