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… among all those magnificent horned beasts at the head of which Monsieur le Préfet does us the honour of being seated, him standing at the prow of the splendid herd of the local bovine race, and taking the helm with a clear and watchful eye, while the sails, propelled by the magnificent native...
I don’t think I’m exaggerating if I say that that [ … ] which we concluded [ … ] had thus far been neglected by all the commentators of the Symposium and that, for this reason, our commentary is a date in the continuation of the history of the development of the virtualities which are concealed...
I read Kant or Adorno or Aristotle not in order to detect the request they themselves tried to answer by writing, but in order to hear what they are requesting from me while I write or so that I write. J.-F. Lyotard
Whatever it is, bad weather or good, the loss of a friend, sickness, slander, the failure of some letter to arrive, the spraining of an ankle, a glance into a shop, a counter-argument, the opening of a book, a dream, a fraud—either immediately or very soon after it proves to be something that...
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