Tag: 2016

Richard Moult Chamber Music

  Martin Heidegger explains, in my own limited and admittedly faulty understanding, the term phusis (or physis) as a central concept within the ancient Greek world view. This term was later translated by the Romans into natura, and thence it came to us as “nature”. However, according to Heidegger, the first interpretation of this word imposes a distortion

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φύσις κρύπτεσθαι φιλεῖ

En alguna cálida vereda cundinamarquesa por Antonio Espinosa Holguín Se van en nubes rosas los mejores de mis días. En bochornos delicados, en la fiesta de las ranas, tú sentada entre cadillos junto al lino de las matas. Sosiegan mi aspereza las auroras de cebada, silban límpidas abejas que ennoblecen la mirada. Aquí, en esta

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Marie Cachet Le Besoin d’Impossible

To begin with, we should make it clear that whatever is written here on the ideas proposed in Le Besoin d’Impossible by Marie Cachet are the sole interpretation in the understanding of this reader. French is not my strong suit, though it is manageable in writing, and though Cachet’s propositions are set forth in a very

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Amongst the Ruins —A review of Nihilism

Nihilism: A philosophy based on nothingness and eternity, Brett Stevens’ new book, opens the door to the author’s mind by giving us a picture of childhood in suburban America in a well-to-do, middle-class family. This is the typical family that would be considered privileged and fortunate by all standards of modern society. Despite this, signs

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Eremita Produzioni, November 2016 Overview

§ A First Observation The Hermit as an archetype can be described as a willful separation of an individual for the purpose of entering a creative space separate from the rest of the human-world where he can both reconnect with himself and intensify his perception of the natural-world. Works produced by Eremita Produzione share in common

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