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|It is a place where the explorer would lose his voice because he would lose |
himself, where nothing is purely individual even as each individual shines in an
irreparable light. Giorgio Agamben presents this interpretation in a passage that
|Kerry H. Whiteside. nological sense—not a “mask” for practice, but the existential |
accompaniment of concrete political decisions. ... Yet this journalist's moralism
postulates "a shallow world in which nothing would be irreparable” (HT 35, tr. xliii
Erik Doxtader, Charles Villa-Vicencio - 2004 - Preview
|When it is done, it should touch the souls of the humble people who expected |
nothing, and those who, in the past, were blind to the terrible harm that was ...
Justice, not least in a situation of political transition, is necessarily a difficult
|Nothing is more evident, than that the decays of age must terminate in death. Yet |
th'ere is ... Other evils fortitude may repel, or hope may mitigate ; but irreparable
privation leaves nothing to exercise resolution, or flatter expectation. 'she K'rad ...
|Nothing. Is. Irreparable. Whenever you blow it, remember that you'll always have |
a chance to make the necessary repair. Growing up in a household where no
one ever makes a mistake, no one ever gets angry, and parents mirror every ...
|Ethics, Politics, and Religion J. Aaron Simmons, David Wood. Temporalization as |
lapse, the loss of time, ... However, “ought to” implies “can” only so long as there
is nothing irreparable. The subject ought to be equal to itself, transparent to ...
|We are, in Berlin's words, “doomed to choose, and every choice may involve an |
irreparable loss.”19 Shevek ... As Shevek puts it in a rapidly advancing state of
inebriation at Vea's party: On Anarres nothing is beautiful, nothing but the faces.
|the tradition of the political subject as a form of representation, which can be |
traced from Antiquity through to Hobbes' early ... of the notion of the 'irreparable',
apparently as a synonym for the being-thus of whatever being: The Irreparable is
that things are just as ... Agamben paradoxically locates God according to a
principle that is by now familiar: as the world's simple being the way it is and
|Although we have never held that a loss of prospective goodwill that is both |
imminent and non-quantifi able can constitute irreparable injury, nothing in our
cases precludes srrch a conclusion and their logic supports it. Here, the value ofa