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From a Notebook Lost: The Same and The Other 45

In a said relative state with a semblance of reality we sit and stand and look about for the coming of something and nothing. Yet even the same and the other, do we wait upon, and wait even still, and wait even later, we shall. 150 more words

Nearing Collapse?

An article in today’s Guardian revisits the themes of the Club of Rome’s 1972 study Limits to Growth and concludes that we are now rapidly approaching civilisational “collapse”. 699 more words

Nihilism

Beyond Good and Evil

Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) was a German philosopher is most well-known for the words “God is Dead”. Nietzsche took this oxymoronic statement to mean that the belief in God had ceased to be reasonable. 1,162 more words

Beyond Good And Evil

An accent beyond the end of the history

The way a non-native person speaks English, I think, perfectly reflects the “contemporary nature of our existence” (which has been marketed as the only possible one which is of course not true). 595 more words

Deleuze