Long separated by cruel fate, the star-crossed...
the lost eyeball: “Apparently the washingtonpost held a contest in which high school teachers sent in the “worst” analogies they’d encountered in grading their students’ papers over the years. (I place “worst” in quotes because many of these actually strike me as quite witty). The top 25 of these have been circulating around the “Sandra Bullock” (”net”, get it?) recently, but I...
Michel Foucault: Zen Master!!!1!
“One of the young men plaintively remarked that he felt completely lost. ‘You have to be lost as a young man,’ Wade recalls Foucault replying. ‘You are not really trying unless you are lost. That is a good sign. I was lost as a young man too.’ ‘Should I take chances with my life?’ the student asked earnestly. ‘By all means! Take risks, go out on a...
To describe externals, you become a scientist. To describe experience, you...– Timothy Leary (via nathanielstuart)
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New strategy for dealing with street harassment: imagine you are Michel Foucault
‘It’s not easy to improvise, it’s the most difficult thing to...– DERRIDA :: TEXT CITATIONS
‘As soon as there is the one, there is murder, wounding, traumatism. The...– DERRIDA :: TEXT CITATIONS