Dr.Sam Ben-Meir

What Can Hegel Teach Us Today?

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What Can Hegel Teach Us Today?


Sam Ben-Meir - May 27, 2020

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The Theology of Pandemics

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The Theology of Pandemics


Sam Ben-Meir - April 20, 2020

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Armageddon Yacht: Michael Anderson at New York’s Arts & Leisure

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Armageddon Yacht: Michael Anderson at New York’s Arts & Leisure

Sam Ben-Meir - February 4, 2020

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Art and Defacement: Basquiat at the Guggenheim

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Consider the following facts as you wend your way to the Guggenheim Museum and its uppermost gallery, where you will presently find The Death of Michael Stewart (1983), Basquiat’s gut-punching tribute to a slain artist, and the centerpiece for an exhibition that could hardly be more timely. Black people are three times more likely to be killed by police than white people.

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An Iconic Adult Star Challenges Stereotypes

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'A New Film About An Iconic Adult Star Challenges Stereotypes 

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What is Ethical Interanimality

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“Cursed be that mortal inter-indebtedness which will not do away with ledgers. I would be free as air; and I’m down in the whole world’s books.

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'A New Despotism in the Era of Surveillance Capitalism

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There is a fascinating chapter toward the end of Alexis de Toqueville’s Democracy in America titled “What Kind of Despotism Do Democratic Nations Have to Fear?” in which the author attempted something truly extraordinary – to describe a social condition which humankind had never before encountered.

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'A New Despotism in the Era of Surveillance Capitalism

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There is a fascinating chapter toward the end of Alexis de Toqueville’s Democracy in America titled “What Kind of Despotism Do Democratic Nations Have to Fear?” in which the author attempted something truly extraordinary – to describe a social condition which humankind had never before encountered.

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'The Spirit of Romanticism

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The current exhibition of Eugène Delacroix (1798-1863) at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art – the first of its kind to be mounted in North America – is indeed an extraordinary revelation.

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Exploring the Human Figure: Klimt and Schiele

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 'Exploring the Human Figure: Klimt and Schiele at the Neue Galerie'  

This year marks the hundredth anniversary since the death of Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) and Egon Schiele (1890-1918), two of Aust

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