Artworks from series Vasily Rozanov. Solitaria. Fallen leaves.
Just as the ancients believed that the earth rests on three whales, so it is that abstract idealism is based on three principles: insemination through meaning, the interchange of the base and superstructure, and a balance between emotional and semantic perception.
To conceive a form, one must first have the seed of meaning, but in order to impregnate the woman, the seed must first be within the man, and abstract idealism presumes that the seed should be located outside of blatant thingness. And this is in the realms of literature and philosophy. Solitaria and Fallen Leaves by Vasily Rozanov are at the intersection of literature and philosophy. Therefore, these works are excellent for illustrating the possibilities of abstract idealism.