Leila Rosen, Aesthetic Realism associate, writes about this upcoming Public Seminar:
This seminar will be thrilling and deep. It will be about people’s lives right now and also about history, culture, drama. It will have humor and the knowledge most needed by every individual person and by our nation. Consultants Arnold Perey, Robert Murphy, and Bennett Cooperman will tell how Aesthetic Realism answers—beautifully answers—the question that is the seminar’s title.
You’ll hear something that Aesthetic Realism is the body of knowledge to make clear: there are two kinds of power, and there’s a criterion for distinguishing between them. Aesthetic Realism explains—as nothing else ever has—the difference between good power and bad.
Present in the seminar too will be examples from Aesthetic Realism consultations. In consultations, men are learning today what all men in every field (from entertainment to education, technology to government) are thirsty to know.
Power has had great kindness in it. It has also had brutality. Men—and of course women too—have been mixed up terrifically about power. This seminar has the knowledge through which we can really be clear and proud.