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Futurism was a social and artistic movement that began in Italy in the early twentieth
century and thrived in Russia. The importance of energy and speed and technology, youth, and
violence were all emphasized. Futurism, Italian Futurismo, and Russian Futurism were early
twentieth-century Italian art movements that emphasized the dynamism, speed, energy, and
power of machines and the life, change, and restlessness of contemporary living. At the time, the
movement's influence was felt across Europe, notably in Russia's avant-garde. The fields of
visual arts and poetry provided the most notable outcomes. This literature examines a current
political topic via the concept of futurism.
External influences that divert their attention from the truth usually push leaders to
defend their positions and resist persuasion. They are in for a rough assignment. True leadership
is built on integrity. Politicians no longer possess the knowledge that formerly attracted such
individuals to them.
Despite his captivity, Galileo Galilei will continue to seek the truth. He chose to go to
prison for his beliefs rather than reject what he saw to be the truth about the future of science and
astronomy. Galileo's comments about the planet Earth, he said, contradicted what he believed to
be God's work (Pobuda, 2017). Therefore he questioned them. Galileo even equated his attitude to
rejecting his work to that of a saint, claiming that his accusers made their claims by deception
and dishonesty.
In the early twentieth century, futurists secured their place in history by being lured to
new technology and optimistic about the future. This group of Italian artists has worked in a
number of creative genres, including painting and sculpture, graphic design, music, architecture,
and industrial design. As a consequence of their partnership, a new, modern kind of art was

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1 Futurism Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Professor’s Name Course Date 2 Futurism was a social and artistic movement that began in Italy in the early twentieth century and thrived in Russia. The importance of energy and speed and technology, youth, and violence were all emphasized. Futurism, Italian Futurismo, and Russian Futurism were early twentieth-century Italian art movements that emphasized the dynamism, speed, energy, and power of machines and the life, change, and restlessness of contemporary living. At the time, the movement's influence was felt across Europe, notably in Russia's avant-garde. The fields of visual arts and poetry provided the most notable outcomes. This literature examines a current political topic via the concept of futurism. External influences that divert their attention from the truth usually push leaders to defend their positions and resist persuasion. They are in for a rough assignment. True leadership is built on integrity. Politicians no longer possess the knowledge that formerly attracted such individuals to them. Despite his captivity, Galileo Galilei will continue to seek the truth. He chose to go to prison for his beliefs rather than reject what he saw to be the truth about the future of science and astronomy. Galileo's comments about the planet Earth, he said, contradicted what he believed to be God's work (Pobuda, 2017). Therefore he questioned them. Galileo even equated his attitude to rejecting his work to that of a ...
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