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  • Garden and Humans

    Thematic Issue of Post Scriptum

    Our supplement titled Post Scriptum, which focuses on our built environment and its cultural aspects, has successfully reached beyond the boundaries of scientific objectivity on several occasions by dealing with a wide range of topics – such as arts, philosophy, esotericism, literature, etc. For this special issue, we have asked János Géczi, writer, poet, artist and cultural historian, to be our guest editor with the aim to interview artists and scientists in a special surveying compilation, each of them writing about their own beloved garden, based on their deep hidden emotional relationships.
    The result is a collection of wonderfully honest confessions that avoids manipulation, an insight into the intimate inner dialogues with nature and the garden.
    The reflections on authentic existence alternatively take the form of a diary, an essay, a family history or a garden aesthetic essay. We offer our readers this end-of-summer selection, a truly festive selection, as a “guide to a happy life”, as classical idealism would have it.
    The authors of the texts are: Vilmos Csányi, ethologist, writer; Ottó Tolnai, poet; Péter Somody, painter; Szilárd Podmaniczky, writer; Zsolt Ambruzs, landscape and garden architect; Zoltán Csehy, poet, literary historian; Andrea Szabó, graphic designer; Gábor Német writer; József Nagy dance artist, choreographer, mime artist, director; Andrea Tompa writer; Zsuzsa Koncz-Kálmán and Csaba Koncz plant molecular biologists (Germany); András Forgách writer; László Kollár-Klemencz film director, landscape architect, musician; Árpád Kun writer (Norway); Zoltán Bretter philosopher; Renáta Szikra art historian; Endre Kukorelly poet, writer; Erzsébet Hornung zoologist; Benjamin Makovecz, graphic artist, translator; István Halmi-Horváth, painter; Edina Draskovich, writer; Zoltán Danyi, writer and János Géczi, writer, poet, artist, cultural historian.