Everyone’s Biggest Confusion: How Should We See Other People?
Where: Aesthetic Realism Foundation
141 Greene St.
212-777-4490 Price: $10 suggested contribution
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As we’re at home or at work, as we’re walking along the street, watching the news, or out on a date—how are other people in our minds? Are we proud of how we see them? And what might get in the way of our being proud? You’ll learn the answers at this thrilling seminar!
Aesthetic Realism explains the one basis on which we can be proud of how we see people. At this public seminar, consultant Bruce Blaustein and associates Matthew D’Amico and Jaime Torres will describe it, with vivid instances from their own lives, and from those of men in world culture and literature. They’ll describe, too, something else Aesthetic Realism is new in explaining: the cause of the unjust way of thinking about other people that makes for cruelty in every aspect of life—personal, national, and international.
And you’ll hear how, in Aesthetic Realism consultations, men are learning to see people and themselves justly—and the result is real pleasure and self-respect!Buy tickets/get more info now