can we respond to diehard pragmatism with surrealism?
can we overcome certain social conventions that limit us with truths from heaven that set us free?
or maybe i should watch princess mononoke ( by hayao miyazaki) the second time.
P/S; i think Abdul Halim is right though. it is probably better to have sympathies for both, ie pragmatism and surrealism.
i was, however, referring to pragmatism in its extreme form. i assume that we calculate and reason too much in excessive pragmatism leaving no room for the fantastical, instinctive etc. and life can become quite dry and sterile. it's always good, however, not to be biased against both in their moderate forms.