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Diadema gris y blanco

Buenos días y comienzo de semana.

Hoy retomo los adornos para el pelo y os traigo una diadema con una flor blanca y gris. Es un encargo concreto para combinar con un vestido de niña en ambos colores. 30 more words


Looking for a Source

Hi, Gang!

I am reading Dorothee Soelle’s The Silent Cry, which is exceptional, on the treadmill – literally – and have finally arrived at chapter 11, “As if we lived in a liberated world.” The chapter is introduced with a quote from Theodor W. 159 more words


Job the Philosopher?

Hi, Gang!

The idea of a “world free of suffering” seems to be one of the emblems of utopianism. That’s true in the good sense, in which “utopian” refers to visions of a better world, and in the bad sense, in which “utopian” refers to impractical, unrealistic schemes and expectations. 248 more words


Un-Impairment ?

Hi, Gang!

The idea of the “loss of all things” feels related to Adorno’s observation “The chances are that every citizen of the wrong world would find the right one unbearable; he would be too impaired for it.” [1] 188 more words


Blog Entry #2: Fabric and Fabrication

A few months ago, I was running around touting my sewing abilities, and I found myself commissioned to make Halloween costumes for basically everyone I know. 972 more words

2 Things To Take From Max Horkheimer and Theodore Adorno

I came across Max Horkheimer and Theodore Adorno last year when I was taking a module focusing on an introduction to theory  and I was instantly taken with what they had to offer. 479 more words


Counterpoint: Mystifying or demystifying?

I’m currently reading David Yearsley’s very thorough and quite fascinating book Bach and the Meanings of Counterpoint. The second chapter, on alchemy raises some very interesting questions. 883 more words