I hope that, as you explore my website, you’ll want to learn more about the education of Aesthetic Realism, with its understanding of the world, the arts, and the human self. Studying it has made my life rich and happy, and it can do this for every person.
A few ill-motivated people have used the web to lie about Aesthetic Realism. I hope you’ll use your critical mind to see past these lies, and find out about the logical, beautiful, honest education that is Aesthetic Realism.
Here are just some of the many websites through which you can learn more!
Note: These are not taking place during the quarantine, but will resume when we’re able to attend public events. I can’t wait!
Every two weeks, a new issue of the periodical The Right of Aesthetic Realism to Be Known is published. These issues include commentary by Chairman of Education Ellen Reiss, lectures, essays, and poems by Eli Siegel, and papers by students of Aesthetic Realism from public seminars. The subjects that TRO deals with are wide-ranging, and include Education; Literature and Poetry; Economics; Mind, and the questions of men and women.
Here are some issues I’d like to call your attention to:
“Keats, Beauty, & Ourselves” – with the first part of Eli Siegel’s great lecture on the work of John Keats Poetry, Atmosphere, & Neatness
Poems by Eli Siegel. Here are some that I love: “Hot Afternoons Have Been in Montana,” “Quiet, Tears, Babies,” “Hell, What Is This About, Asked Again,” “The Lord Has Stolen Her Whims,” “Any Star and Shakey, “Eagles Go with the Fine News to Many Places.”
El Realismo Estético: a Spanish-language website about Aesthetic Realism