|نسرین ستوده: زندانی روز||Dec 04|
|Saeed Malekpour: Prisoner of the day||Lawyer says death sentence suspended||Dec 03|
|Majid Tavakoli: Prisoner of the day||Iterview with mother||Dec 02|
|احسان نراقی: جامعه شناس و نویسنده ۱۳۰۵-۱۳۹۱||Dec 02|
|Nasrin Sotoudeh: Prisoner of the day||46 days on hunger strike||Dec 01|
|Nasrin Sotoudeh: Graffiti||In Barcelona||Nov 30|
|گوهر عشقی: مادر ستار بهشتی||Nov 30|
|Abdollah Momeni: Prisoner of the day||Activist denied leave and family visits for 1.5 years||Nov 30|
|محمد کلالی: یکی از حمله کنندگان به سفارت ایران در برلین||Nov 29|
|Habibollah Golparipour: Prisoner of the day||Kurdish Activist on Death Row||Nov 28|
"IMAM OMAD"by Michael Mahyar Hojjatie on Thu Mar 11, 2010 03:04 PM PST
Yep, he sure did, didn't he? Boy are we ever so proud!
Jahanshah-J ایران و ضروریات عصر روشنگریdooste-shirazi
Wed Mar 10, 2010 01:05 PM PST
Are we not at a stage where we need, most of all, reason and evidence to find our way out of our predicament?
The European Age of Enlightenment ideas on art and the artist were dominated by reason, moderation, classicism and control. It was said that the artist should not let his imagination run away with him.
David Hume (the Scottish philosopher) warned of this danger: “The imagination of man is naturally sublime, delighted with whatever is remote and extraordinary, and running without control into the most distant parts of space and time in order to avoid the objects which custom has rendered too familiar to it.”
It was precisely this unconstrained escapism into the far away, the ‘remote and extraordinary’, that was to captivate and characterise the later Romantics.* The very romanticism that once injected into social affairs and politics leads to unpredictable behaviour of the masses.
Dooste Shiraziby Jahanshah Javid on Wed Mar 10, 2010 12:05 PM PST
I think you nailed it. It's almost corny. But it's heartfelt and that counts a lot.
Wed Mar 10, 2010 11:50 AM PST
موسیقی و شعر: قابل تحمل
پیام ایدئولوژیکی: رمانتیک
پیام سیاسی: عقب مانده و پوپولیستی
Very touching song!by Maryam Hojjat on Wed Mar 10, 2010 09:30 AM PST
Thanks for posting.