Art / Truth - The Philosophy of Art and the Art of Philosophy. The greatest
Art is founded on profound Truths. Art Pictures and Quotations from Botticelli,
Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Titian, Caravaggio, Reubens, Velazquez, Rembrandt,
Goya, Renoir, Van Gogh, Mattise, Picasso, Warhol . On the rise and
fall of great Art - On the new Metaphysical foundations of Art as representation
of Absolute Truth.
Philosophy: Free Online IQ Test, Tests - What is a Genius? Cultivating the Mind with Philosophy, Truth and Reality, Chess, Classical Music, Reading - Test your IQ Score Online .
Aristotle - On Philosopher Aristotle's Metaphysics and Physics (Motion). (Aristotle was one of the greatest of the famous philosophers and should be read by all people interested in philosophy and wisdom.)
Fowles, John - Many years ago my Father gave me Fowles 'The Aristos' (The Best) which motivated me on the path of Philosophy (a lovely gift from a beautiful Father).
Plato - On Plato's Republic - Plato appreciated that all Truth comes from Reality and this Truth was profoundly important to the future of Humanity. 'Till Philosophers are Kings, or Kings are Philosophers there is no Hope for Humanity'
Rousseau, Jean Jacques - I have fond memories of Rousseau's Confessions (my first philosophy book). Famous Quotes from a highly Intelligent Philosopher. 'The curses of rogues are the just man's glory'.
Socrates - 'Know Thyself' - Condemned to death for educating the youth to Philosophy and arguing that people are ignorant of the Truth. Information, Biography - On the Life and Death of Socrates (The Last Days of Socrates by Plato ).
I think it better to say that the evil arises from their tackling the sciences in the wrong manner and that, from the way we have been taught, it is no wonder that neither master nor pupils become more able, even though they do know more. In truth the care and fees of our parents aim only at furnishing our heads with knowledge: nobody talks about judgement or virtue. When someone passes by, try exclaiming, ‘Oh, what a learned man!’ Then, when another does, ‘Oh, what a good man!’ Our people will not fail to turn their gaze respectfully towards the first. There ought to be a third man crying, ‘Oh, what blockheads!’ (p153)