Sense of Life in Medieval Persia by Barry Wood

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Art is a universal need of man qua man, yet most people's awareness of art is limited to the Western tradition. This horizon-expanding lecture offers an introduction to the culture of medieval Persia. Dr. Wood analyzes, in Objectivist terms, the ways in which the poets, painters and architects of that era distilled their sense of life into concrete form. The reward is an increased appreciation of Ayn Rand's insights into art, as well as of a lesser-known legacy of human creativity.

Recorded live at OCON 2019

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