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In summer of 1922, Martin Heidegger moved into a small cabin built for him high in the Black Forest mountains of southern Germany. He called it "die Hütte" ("the hut"). Over the years, Heidegger worked on many of his most famous writings in this cabin, claiming an intellectual and emotional intimacy with the building and its surroundings.  #writers #workspaces #heidegger

"Heidegger is the pivotal philosopher of the twentieth century, and therefore the seedbed of many of the most compelling ideas that will arise over the next one hundred years.

Jacques Derrida On Love and Being

Derrida makes the distinction between the 'who' one loves - their singularity - and the 'what' - the specific qualities of the beloved;

Charles Darwin. Possibly more in his younger days because seeing food caught in that beard would bother me! :)

Psychology 101, What is Evolution by Natural Selection?

Charles Darwin - The theory of evolution that new species develop by natural selection.

Ralph Ellison in Rome on his Olivetti Studio 44 Typewriter

” -Ralph Waldo Ellison was an American novelist, literary critic, scholar and writer. Ellison is best known for his novel Invisible Man, which won the National Book Award in

“We are in the eyes of others, and it is from the gaze of others that we assume as ourselves.”  - Jean-Paul Sartre, "Being and Nothingness”

“We are in the eyes of others, and it is from the gaze of others that we assume as ourselves.” - Jean-Paul Sartre, "Being and Nothingness”

Schopenhauer 1852         "Ciascuno può essere completamente se stesso finchè è solo: ora, chi non ama la solitudine non ama nemmeno la libertà; perchè si è liberi soltanto quando si è soli".

Schopehauer Philosopher: “Genius is the power “Genius is the power of leaving one’s own interests, wishes, and aims entirely out of sight… so as to remain pure knowing subject, clear vision of the…

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In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. George Orwell - Edomite

"In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act." George Orwell, author of 1984 and Animal Farm

15 Classic Tales Wishbone Taught Better Than Your English Teacher. Because wishbone was AWESOME!

15 Classic Tales Wishbone Taught Better Than Your English Teacher

Because no one, not even Derrida, could deconstruct a dense text as well as this talking dog.

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