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The Ovi Symposium in its thirty-seventh meeting: "A Philosophical Conversation on the Nature of Art within Modernity and the Envisioning of a New Humanism" between Ms George, Drs. Paolozzi, Paparella, and Mr. Rywalt. (2 comments)
Two Birthday Cards...Two Birthday Cards... by Leah Sellers
Hello Mama (Add a comment)
The Hungarian uprising The Hungarian uprising by The Ovi Team
October 23rd 1956; thousands of Hungarians erupt in protest against the Soviet presence in their nation and are met with armed resistance. Organized demonstrations by Hungarian citizens had been ongoing since June 1956, when signs of political reform in P (Add a comment)
2nd Opinion - 2nd Part #4222nd Opinion - 2nd Part #422 by Thanos K & Asa B
Seriously, I think you'll need a second opinion after this. He's just evil! (Add a comment)
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Whispering SoulWhispering Soul by Nikos Laios
22 October 2014
My Soul Writhes Poetically, Whispering Through the Movement Of dance. (Add a comment)
Development Visions from the ImpoverishedDevelopment Visions from the Impoverished by Ovi Magazine Guest
22 October 2014
The world's most extreme poor are located primarily in rural places. Clearly, people's proximity (or lack of) to city centers of decision-making, power and relative affluence is a determining factor in their life experience, alongside other conditions (Add a comment)
Sartre and the Nobel PrizeSartre and the Nobel Prize by The Ovi Team
22 October 2014
October 22nd 1964, Jean-Paul Sartre is awarded the Nobel Prize for literature, which he declines. In his novels, essays, and plays, Sartre advanced the philosophy of existentialism, arguing that each individual must create meaning for his or her own life, (4 comments)
Berserk Alert! #186Berserk Alert! #186 by Tony Zuvela
22 October 2014
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
Birth of Flower PowerBirth of Flower Power by Rene Wadlow
21 October 2014
On 21 October 1967, the Pentagon in Washington, DC found itself besieged by some fifty thousand people protesting the US military action in Vietnam. The Pentagon is the office of the US Department of Defense and is in many ways symbolic of a closed in, l (Add a comment)
Hungarian reportHungarian report by Euro Reporter
21 October 2014
A friendship that could end, Olympics for start-ups and questioning sanctions the latest report from the euro-reporter and Hungary (1 comment)
Dizzy GillespieDizzy Gillespie by The Ovi Team
21 October 2014
October 21st 1917; an iconic figure in the history of jazz music who was instantly recognizable even to millions of non-jazz fans by his puffed-out cheeks and his trademark trumpet, with its horn bent upwards at a 45-degree angle, John Birks Gillespi-bet (Add a comment)
Hide in a shellHide in a shell by Patrick McWade
21 October 2014
A comic strip by Patrick McWade. (Add a comment)
15 benefits of leaving Facebook 15 benefits of leaving Facebook by Akli Hadid
20 October 2014
No doubt some people have gained a great way to earn a living thanks to Facebook. Some writers sold thousands of books by promoting them on Facebook. Being an "event organizer" is a new trendy job where people create events, advertise them on Facebook a (Add a comment)
My nation did not reap my bleeding heartMy nation did not reap my bleeding heart by Mirella Ionta
20 October 2014
This poem discusses the poet's disillusionment with a nation that she deems not worth defending or fighting for. This poem was written in response to Robert Frost's poem "The Gift Outright" and is dedicated to Robert Frost. (Add a comment)
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