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|4 Few and signally blessed are those whom Jupiter has destined to be cabbage-|
planters. For they've always one foot on the ground ... Contradiction 1 I believe
that truth has only one face: that of a violent contradiction. GEORGES BATAILLE
|of all men...that alone determines revolutionary mental forms, in opposition to |
bourgeois mental forms. I believe that truth has only one face: that of a violent
contradiction. Crime is a fact of the human species, a fact of that species alone,
but it is ...
|1 The things that have come into being change continually. The man with a ... 1 |
Intellectual despair results in neither weakness nor dreams, but in violence. ...
Ibid., ch. 13 4 I believe that truth has only one face: that of a violent contradiction.
|CONTEMPLATION 1 There exist certain individuals who are, by nature, given |
purely to contemplation and are utterly unsuited ... To contemplate is to toil, to
think is to do. ... 2 I believe that truth has only one face: that of a violent
|INTRODUCTION I believe that truth has only one face: that of a violent |
contradiction. Georges Bataille, French novelist and critic We are living in an
increasingly complex and quickly changing world, bombarded by new
information almost ...
|Quotations You Can Count on David Jouris. I believe that truth has only one face |
that of a violent contradiction. Georges Bataille 10 There is only one thing a
philosopher can be.
|This text must have been drafted in 1943, probably no earlier. l don't know where |
l wrote it: in Normandy (end of 1 942), ... (l believe that truth has only one face:
that of a violent contradiction Truth has nothing in common with ALLEGORlCAL ...
|Shocking and sacreligious, Story of the Eye is the fullest expression of Bataille’s obsession with the closeness of sex, violence and death.|
|Transparency and Reinvention in Rosslynd Piggott byMerryn Gates THE NUDE I |
believe that truth has only one face: that of violent contradiction. Truth has
nothing in common with ALLEGORICAL figures, with figures of NAKED WOMEN .
Francis Ellington Abbot, William James Potter, Benjamin Franklin Underwood - 1871 - Read - More editions
|Only my clergyman was a Presbyterian, and the interview occurred on a steam- |
hoat instead of the mis. ... He. referred to his violent death at the bands of his
enemies as a lit seal lo his life of separation and self sacrifice. Of I he ... 1 do not
believe there was one heart present, which did not feel — at least for the hour —
the kindling fervor of desire caused by the ... a fancy ; a beautiful, poetical fancy, it
is true, but still a fancy, for it has, ; I as I believe, neither truth nor facts for its