You might not know firsthand the social conscience displayed by the artists of the ‘60s, and the social and civil rights activists from the ‘50s. But it was a powerful thing. There was a real spirit of change moving back then, and the answer did seem to be blowing in the wind. The spirit wavered there bravely for a time, but then got lost in the drugs and greed and the “me” generation.
And always, the spectre of the pathology of power was there, attacking the protesters on campus sit ins and submitting a generation of idealistic youth to the horror of Vietnam and the mindless menace of violence and nuclear obliteration.
What happened to our activism, and can it be recuperated? Through the science of Analytical Trilogy elaborated by Norberto Keppe, let’s try to rekindle a social conscience today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head.
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