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George Woodcock - 2004 - 434 pages
|The passion for destruction is also a creative passion!' The tradition has |
continued into our own generation. In 1936, almost a hundred years after
Bakunin published Reaction in Germany, the Spanish anarchist leader
Buenaventura Durutti, ...
|Here Bakunin voiced his most famous, and least understood, adage: “The |
passion for destruction is at the same time a creative passion.” Sadly, for those of
us who might wish return to the chemistry sets of our youth to find a creative spark
, and ...
|The Creative Imagination of Europe, 1848-1884 Frederic Ewen Jeffrey L. Wollock|
. Be thou plowed in low and high lands, Field so ... The passion for destruction is
also a creative passion! —Mikhail Bakunin,“Reaction in Germany,”1842 In a ...
Dave Berry, Alex Prichard, Ruth Kinna - 2012 - 311 pages
|57 about the barricades night of 10–11 May 1968: 'the passion of destruction had |
never shown itself to be more creative' (a hidden quotation of the conclusion of
Bakunin's article: 'the passion of destruction is also a creative passion').
|In this respect, Grossman argued, Stavrogin resembles Bakunin, who also |
suffered from an inability to create. Thus Bakunin' s famous slogan of 1842, "The
passion for destruction is also a creative passion" [Die Lust der Zerstorung ist
|erate American anchor baby." Whisper quote famed radical anarchist Mikhail |
Bakunin, say, “The passion of destruction is also a creative passion."' In front,
trouser of cat sister vibrate. Hand ofsister snake to retrieve telephone from own
Dr Joseph P Fisher, Dr Brian Flota - 2013 - 232 pages
|In the shadow of 9/11, it seems that creativity in the form of any homemade |
electronic gadgets is a potential threat. All IEDs are bad IEDs. Anarchist theorist
Mikhail Bakunin once stated that “the passion for destruction is also a creative
|The consumptive Katherine Mansfield, who also suffered from black rages, found |
herself and Lawrence "unthinkably alike" ... He was enough of an apocalyptist to
know, with Bakunin, that "the passion for destruction is also a creative passion.
|In a famous, indeed notorious, phrase he asserts that this principle is the “|
passion for destruction,” which is also a “creative passion.” As such, as in the
case of the allusion to fire or a flame in the philosophy of Heraclitus, it is “the
eternal spirit ...
Marshall Shatz, Judith E. Zimmerman - 1994 - 187 pages
|From this viewpoint, therefore, the promotion of human, happiness is essentially |
not a creative or, strictly speaking, ... "The passion for destruction is also a
creative passion," the concluding sentence of Bakunin 's "The Reaction in