potentialities.

Sep 13
theparisreview:

“Artists or not, we are all constantly engaged in trying to make sense of our surroundings—in figuring out how or if everything is connected, somehow, to everything else.”
Chris Pomorski on Sherwood Anderson; Clyde, Ohio; and the mythologies of small towns.

theparisreview:

“Artists or not, we are all constantly engaged in trying to make sense of our surroundings—in figuring out how or if everything is connected, somehow, to everything else.”

Chris Pomorski on Sherwood Anderson; Clyde, Ohio; and the mythologies of small towns.


Sep 12

A torinói Ió / The Turin Horse // Béla Tarr, 2011

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Sep 10
"It’s sad to fall asleep. It separates people."

"It’s sad to fall asleep. It separates people."



Sep 9

Lydia Davis

Lydia Davis

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Sep 7

an-sich:

The living being, as singular, dies from the habit of life, in that it lives itself into its body, into its reality.

G.W.F. Hegel, Philosophy of Nature, Being Part Two of the Encyclopedia of the Philosophical Sciences


agapinbeing:

Judith Butler and Cornel West, Honoring Edward Said


Sep 6

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