matlaporte:

"The future is a store and you have no money"

from 8x8x7 by Colin Smith

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gegensmith:

It Felt Like a Kiss opening titles

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nybooks:

“At the age of twenty, Jacques Derrida took the entrance exams for the prestigious École Normale Supérieure a second time, having failed, as many students do, in his first attempt the previous year. Fueled by amphetamines after a sleepless week, he choked on the written portion and turned in a blank sheet of paper.”

Emily Eakin reviews a new biography that traces Derrida’s lifelong sense of exclusion and his complicated relation to first French and then American academics.

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criminalwisdom:

LIVING SIMPLY IN A DUMPSTER»

One professor left his home for a 36-square-foot open-air box, and he is happier for it. How much does a person really need?

dammit I like this way more than I should

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I have not tried to write the history of that language, but rather the archaeology of that silence.

Michel Foucault, from Madness & Civilization: A History of Insanity in the Age of Reason (Pantheon, 1964)

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itsokayeverythingsalright:

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fuckyeahspiritedaway:

Scultped model of the Spirited Away Bathhouse.

This is an automatic reblog. 

Is that the terrifying staircase to the boiler room I see?

Wow

woah

im never ceased to be amazed when i see this post tbh 

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free-parking:

An anonymous author’s novel written on the walls of an abandoned house in Chongqing, China

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