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Art Culture neo-marxism Poland Temida Stankiewicz-Podhorecka Commentary

Neo-marxists separate art from God

The Left is degrading man in art by separating him from God. Theater critic Temida Stankiewicz-Podhorecka explains how the escalation of Leftist content in art is destroying the spiritual aspect of humanity.

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“We live in a period of continuous and developing axiological revolution in which moral, esthetic, cognitive and religious values are being subject to brutal revisionism,” Podhorecka said in an interview for naszdziennik.pl. 

She sees current left wing ideology as “neo-marxist” due to its “program, aims and goal which it is realizing, so all forces are concentrated on removing God from public space.” Christianity is the main obstacle for those environments to build their vision of the world, in which man is without God. “After all, Christianity teaches love and not hatred.”

Christianity is the main obstacle for those environments to build their vision of the world, in which man is without God

The critic argues that the names of left wing movements don’t matter – they’re all the same “leftist” and “neo-marxist”: “No one is being deceived, because we can see how today’s culture looks like, completely shaped by the left.”

Podhorecka claims that culture in Europe is formed entirely by the left: “this affects all aspects of culture.” She gives the example of theater where the intellectual and artistic are no longer the main criteria. Instead, “the main criteria are the left-ideological basis, politically correct. It is about showing the world depicted in shows from a leftist-liberal point of view, doing away with Christian values.”

Man as a character in art has been reduced to matter. He has become objectified and deprived of the spiritual sphere

She underlined the consequences of the dehumanization of a human: “Man as a character in art has been reduced to matter. He has become objectified and deprived of the spiritual sphere. Man cannot be seen other than through the integral “sphere of spirit, intellect and body.” 

Podhorecka explained the gravity of such actions in theater: “such a theater, one which takes away dignity and which degrades man to a purely biological, even physiological function, opens a gate to walking over man and not respecting life as an imperative value.”