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Art and the Freudian Doctrine

by  Krishna Chaitanya

What differentiates psychoanalysis from other schools of psychological speculation is its claims to be a complete philosophical system by itself. There is practically no field of human activity and endeavour that it has not sought to interpret anew. It has its own theories to offer regarding the origin

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Art and the predicament of man

by  Krishna Chaitanya

The backdrop against which man traces the parabolic arc of his life, comes to terms with circumstance, using it to fulfil his destiny as a conqueror or facing it with fortitude even in defeat and death, has changed over the ages. But the present age does not seem to have any parallel, for the stature

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The World Through the Camera

by  Krishna Chaitanya

Tall pines soaring upwards in clean verticals frame the landscape of a Himalayan foothill range. Splashes of sunlight on the textured bark of the stems, lacework embroidered by pine needles in the foreground, the foliage of the trees in the middle distance registered in heavy in heavy tones, while in

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Photography as an Art

by  Krishna Chaitanya

The evolutionary process has steadily given the biological organism increasing control over the environment. The number of sensory organs, the power of motor action, the quality of the co-ordination effected by the central nervous system all these go on increasing as we move up the ladder. The development

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