From Cavafy to Homer, on the opposite shore of time, the famous abomination of Odysseus, "hold my heart", gives the mark of human existence. A sob, declaring the value of life. The modern world, with the illusion of its omnipotence, struggles to erase its memory, to transform it into the one-dimensional apathy of homo economicus. But Homer is engraved on the waxy surface of the soul. As Dostoevsky says: "Every soul seeks to rest on the Homeric shore nestled within it."
A not at all literary walk in texts that still keep us alive, that set the boundaries of a world that believes that with vitamins and Botox it will conquer immortality.
October 6,13,20,27, November 3,10
Tuesday, 19:00 – 21:00
6 Lectures: 60€, 30€, Individual Lecture: 12€, 8€
6 Lectures: 50€, Individual Lecture: 10€
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