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„What life and art have in common“ of Jürgen Skupniewski-Fernandez

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Sahbi (juergen_s_fyahoo.de) Authors profile06/11/2019Answer
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Hello Angela,
Neoplatonism is also closely connected with the emanating spirit and no one else like Goethe has translated this so vividly, understandably, with his poem: "Song of the spirits over the water".
The French verb "s´éclaircit" in connection with the painter Franz Marc gave me the inspiration for my thoughts.

Greetings Jürgen



Neytiri (Send E-Mail) 06/10/2019Answer
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Hey, Jürgen,
your view of our world all around, - the physical one and the spiritual one in artistic creations - as development, emanation out of light (energy), is great, I think.
We little human-beings can only admire this wonderful diversity and greatness in awe and try to show, to express a very small part of it. Par example in art.
Hope, I interprete your words correctly ... ; ). As natural scientist I'm looking on our world especially in the view of the living-beings, and out of this background it's very interesting for me to read your thoughts.
Greetings
Angela


Answer by Jürgen Skupniewski-Fernandez:
Hello Angela, Neoplatonism is also closely connected with the emanating spirit and no one else like Goethe has translated this so vividly, understandably, with his poem: "Song of the spirits over the water". The French verb "s´éclaircit" in connection with the painter Franz Marc gave me the inspiration for my thoughts. (06/11/2019)




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