A short reflection on the correspondence between challenge, opportunity, and potential.No Comments on Personal Potential, Briefly Considered
Francisco ruminates on the timeless in his latest installment of Fountain of Reflection. Fountain of ReflectionNo Comments on Francisco’s Fountain of Reflection- Your Spiritual Companion
This world reflective interview covers philosophy, computing, and contemporary society to reflect on the world’s attitude towards thinking, art, creativity, and social knowledge.No Comments on Francisco’s Philosophy Interview with Gerry Fialka
Francisco enters the mind of Carl Jung to analyze how society today does not encourage the integration of the different parts of the self but rather keeps us unaware of our potential by encouraging the isolated and fractured self that results in a kind of quiet desperation.No Comments on Inner Forces and Outer Events – Jung’s View of Modernity’s Fractured Reality
In this podcast, Francisco explains why some people are investing in cryptocurrency because it is worth the risk. By comparing cryptocurrency to more traditional investment methods like bank savings accounts and real estate, Francisco provides an in-depth comparison between the advantages and disadvantages of traditional investing versus investing in cryptocurrency. He concludes with insights into how cryptocurrency might be worth the investment risk.No Comments on The Legacy of Cryptocurrency
In this podcast, Francisco reflects on the shifts in film criticism that have almost entirely eliminated the role of the critic as the one who analyzes the aesthetic and intellectual value of a film. The role of the critic has changed into one that primarily discusses the financial viability of a film over a film’s aesthetic and social value in society. This shift conflates the art of film with the craft of making the film and leaves the deeper and more important questions of a film’s aesthetic and intellectual value entirely untouched.No Comments on What Has Happened to Film Criticism?
Francisco reflects on how the constant push towards success perhaps does not satisfy us because success only reaches often fleeting, superficial societal goals while ignoring the more important elements of wisdom and creativity that define true success and personal achievement.No Comments on The Emptiness of Success
Francisco ruminates on the film “Made You Look,” a documentary about fakes, fraud, and art crime, which came out on Netflix in 2020. Exploring the intersection of value and meaning, he questions what makes an artwork original and valuable when it is so easily reproducible.No Comments on Made You Look