The Covid-19 pandemic is one of those humongous events that places the whole of humanity into uncharted waters, paralysing and inhibiting society, yet artists often have rebelled against these new conditions by offering revolutionary works, and in Paris not least. Such recent massive crisis has just impacted on experts, professors and teachers, and they in turn have just only begun to comprehend, discuss and debate the matter leaving ample room to theorising possible new revolutions. This paper fills that gap of knowledge by demonstrating hands-on how to seize this post-crisis moment and turn it onto ‘new revolutions’ founded on the legacies of great art works, and aided by the humanities’ syntheses and educative practises. Specific material presented in this paper includes a diagonal approach across cultural synchronic and dialogic axes, supplemented by a ‘Triple Dare’ theory derived from the author’s La Rose En Vie (London, 2022) - based on case studies in the philosophy of history of the arts - foreseeing a future still in human/humane/humanistic hands. This paper argues that the arts, humanities and education are the best candidates to be launching new revolutions as they have amongst their ranks: 1) the best subjective founders for a new order, 2) the best experts of theory implementation, and 3) the most goodwilled educators. New revolutions are just around the corner and Paris, with its extraordinary legacy and the present double conferences of PCAH2022 and PCE2022, has a golden opportunity to leading and inspiring new great adventures.
Albert Pizzaia, Independent Scholar, United Kingdom
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Pizzaia A. (2022) New Revolutions in the Arts, Humanities and Education; Past, Paris 2022 and Future ISSN: 2758-0970 The Paris Conference on Arts & Humanities 2022 Official Conference Proceedings https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2758-0970.2022.4
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