Personalism and History


The historiography of personalism is increasingly emerging in our times. Most recently:



“I find nothing as cinematically satisfying as film noir. Whether part of the original genre (“The Big Sleep,” “Double Indemnity”) or a modern adaptation (“L.A. Confidential”), these films’ colorful characters and snappy dialogue never lose their appeal. One gets hooked on the character types — crooked cops, put-upon private eyes and tough-as-nails women (often a “fallen woman,” as in “Notorious”). The tone is dark and cynical; the ending sometimes bleak. And if the plots do not always hang together or the music is just a little too melodramatic, well, that is all part of the charm.”






Jennifer Rubin, Opinion. Donald Trump is overrated, The Washington Post, January 26, 2024 at 9:00 a.m. EST.


Wikipedia Image: The Great Gatsby, a film directed by Baz Luhrmann, 2013 Poster. Image linked to Film Trailer.




Yes, Personalism and History.

Ruby Cramer, Ripples of hate: A chance encounter at N.Y. playground leaves a father asking, ‘What is justice now?’, The Washington Post, Jan. 27 at 7:00 a.m.