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A masturbator by choice, Genet prefers his own caresses since the enjoyment received coincides with the enjoyment given, the moment of passivity with that of the greatest activity; he is at one and the same time this consciousness that clots…

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Undergraduate Existentialism Circa 1973

Existentialism was all the rage in the 60’s and ‘70’s when I intermittently attended classes in high school and college. The philosophy of Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Sartre and Camus must have hit its peak then, because the authorities allowed students to smoke — in high school in certain outdoor designated areas, and in college, right there in class. 962 more words


Marisa Lessons (1)

a series in which I relay the lessons I’ve learned from my peer, Marisa.

Sartre and Rabelais would have had a lot to talk about.

Marisa Lessons

The Desert (aka Zombie Desert, aka What's Left Of Us) (2013)

First published by Grolsch FilmWorks

Microphones on a house’s barred window capture the amplified buzzing of flies, and birdsong, and shuffling footfalls, and a strange death-rattle wheeze. 516 more words

On Freedom

One of the most hotly contested debates in philosophical circles continues to rage and impacts upon us all. The question is whether or not, as humans, we have free will? 1,103 more words

No Exit on The Exit Door - Sartre at the Lord Stanley pub

The Lord Stanley is a wonderful little theatre venue in North London. The food menu is nothing short of outstanding, and there’s currently plenty on the theatrical menu as well – including a strong performance of Jean-Paul Sartre’s excellent… 501 more words