The Two Faces of January

by Joseph A. Hazani March 15, 2015

  While there isn’t much depth below the excitement and thrill found in The Two Faces of January, it does allow us to probe the notion of the chain of being which leads people toward their undoing. I often meditate upon the adage that wise men learn to avoid trouble, and it is no wonder then that the majority of all the blight a human being poxes his soul with actually is rooted in....

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The Verdict

by Joseph A. Hazani February 27, 2015

  What happens when winning matters more than justice? When a grievance cannot be repaired because the nature of the human being and his society will always have the tendency of regressing downwards towards the simian? Is that called injustice, when there is no voluntary agreement on the resolution of a troubling matter, as in the case with The Verdict?   It’s actually....

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It’s Such a Beautiful Day

by Joseph A. Hazani February 21, 2015

Is it possible to avoid isolation in the world, or is everyone truly alone at the finale? Is every human subject, by definition of its uniqueness and individuality, permanently in solitude, and if so, is this such a bad thing?   It’s Such a Beautiful Day captures one such subjectivity but does not necessarily sway one way or another on indicting Bill’s isolation from the world as....

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My Written Works

On the Struggling Artist: An Essay

A philosophical....

On the Christian Business Ethic: An Essay

Analysis of the role that Christian morality has played in the development of commerce and....

On the Necessity of Color in the Fine Arts: An essay

A philosophical exploration of color and its use in Renaissance, abstract and modern fine....

Towards an Understanding of Jesus Christ: An Essay

Nietzsche had incredible disdain for Christianity being "Judaized Rome", of the slave morality of Judaism creeping up and....