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The art of the Cypriot body: mythanalysis of the sensitive breath of self-writing

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Disciplines
KeywordsTriple Keywords
Mind
Thoughts
Thought and thinking
Thinking
History
Annals
Visual arts
Arts, Visual
Fine arts
Western art (Western countries)
Iconography
Arts, Fine
Occidental art
Art, Occidental
Art, Western (Western countries)
Art
Art, Visual
Truth
Conviction
Consciousness
Becoming (Philosophy)
Experience
Power (Social sciences)
Political power
Empowerment (Social sciences)
Graphemics
Graphemic analysis
Beautiful, The
Beauty
Esthetics
Aesthetics
Taste (Aesthetics)
Holy, The
Sacred, The
Numinous, The
Self (Philosophy)

Abstract

While modernity believed that it was possible to build on the elimination of mythic thinking and the advent of a entertainment society, in the empty hours of a humanity that secularised conscience and limited us to a lay daily life, academic writing appears to be a poetic, mythobiographic approach that returns to the sacred fragility of life and gives us access to other patterns of life and thought than those of trivial constraints. The legacies of the natural body reveal to us a humanity that cannot be reduced to the materiality of the world. The relational aesthetic of the academic writing allows us to escape the linear time of life history and to recreate the relationships and ties we were private, to regain them and to rediscover the event together. This is what gives its sacred character to the natural art, self-poietic creation, to become conscious beings, and to metamorphose the life of art. We are thus converting to the truth of life. The uncertainty of our consciousness, our feeling of temporary change is becoming an aesthetic creation that transcends our personal experience by making life part of the movement of writing.

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