The ‘I’ (ego) is truly always mysterious, vague. The ‘actually’ is just as desperate because it invokes an individual self of which nobody knows what it is. The above quote is paradoxical also because the ‘different’ (other) is an abstraction … Weiterlesen
Because this author could be all too easily fitted into the compartments of philology, the counterpart of police studies. There would be no specialty, no diversity, not even laudible disorder, and we would need no literature. But – many would … Weiterlesen
Making and might surreptitiously connect in a very traumatic way, especially as each form of might feeds on one’s impression of powerlessness. This often leads to inaction although it would be worthwhile to try and do something – without, however, … Weiterlesen
Self-fulfilling prophecy: that’s how many projects develop, also surveys or so-called theoretical studies. One knows in advance what the result will be – but one still claims to be surprised or to have discovered something.