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The Apollonian: Theories on Religion: Society is God
In continuing our exploration of the theories on the origins of religious belief, we turn now to my favorite thinker, Émile Durkheim. Durkheim was born April 15, 1858 in Northeastern France.
Review: Ashland Contemporary Theatre's 'Red' illuminates an artist's passion
Did the floating black and red blobs of color on Rothko's canvases represent the Apollonian and Dionysian modes of being, respectively, as Ken, Rothko's young assistant speculates? But, then, of course black also represents death, right?
The music of Loreena McKennitt
Blomstedt, 88, brings youthful verve to Beethoven with BSO
His performance of the Apollonian First Concerto was remarkable for its tonal color and delicacy.
Mr. Sammler's City

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