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The key goal of this essay was to elaborate the diversities in Marxist, Psychoanalytic and feminism art interpretation and their political aesthetics. Additionally, the essay was arguing whether the aspects of art interpretation had to act on self-interest or psychoanalytical perspective and enchantment or would deliberately deliver social, political or global changes. According to the researched conducted previously, it could be told that almost all of the approaches of the painting would be viewed in conjunction to the specific political or psychic issues. However, it was also found that personal issues could also largely contribute to the social and political goals, as, psychoanalytically, the human nature is accentuated to reach out for suppressed feelings or desires which could lead to the contribution to a social and political struggle as well.
Dakua S. 2021. Reading Images and Practices through Diversities in Freud’s Psychoanalytic theory, Marxism, Feminism, Art and their Political Aesthetics. PREPRINTS.RU. https://doi.org/10.24108/preprints-3112360
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