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Mountain Silence - Paysage d'Hiver

Paysage d’Hiver | Paysage d’hiver |  | 1999

A review by Antonio Espinosa

Perhaps the most regrettable impact of modern ‘progress’ on our everyday lives has been the complete eradication of silence. 1,474 more words


A subject is formed by something that does not exist

As some of you know, I’m in a reading group that centers on the work of Zizek, Lacan, and Badiou. Lately, the project has taken on a new life. 501 more words


The Heidegger Effect

I’ve been reading Heidegger’s “Being and Time” and it has made work most entertaining.

At work I no longer see mopping as a chore; but as the world of “Mopping” being disclosed to me. 321 more words


Death and Angst: The Fault in Our Stars

I apologize now for a possible lack of cohesiveness and proper citation. The thought just came over after I watched the movie just a while ago on Star Movies. 1,424 more words


Some thoughts about Objects and Expression

I’ve been thinking a lot about objects lately. A few weeks ago, I wrote a post that touched on a few of these ideas. At the moment, a friend and I are working on a panel proposal for the CCCC conference next April, centering the proposal around our object-centered and thing-related interests. 761 more words


Intentional, future-facing beings

The word Dasein refers to the work of German philosopher Martin Heidegger, who argued that human existence is not a detached, speculative phenomenon but rather a grounded experience wrapped up in interactions with the environment. 77 more words