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Across Parker Avenue from the fort is the Site of the Old Gallows, where 83 men "stood on nothin', a-lookin' up a rope." The platf ...
For after all man knows mighty little, and may some day learn enough of his own ignorance to fall down again and pray. Not that I ...
the expending of powers
On the flat ephemeral pamphlet and the boring meeting.
Kitsch ... is one of the major categories of the modern object. Knick-knacks, rustic odds-and-ends, souvenirs, lampshades, and Afr ...
For to know nothing is nothing, not to want to know anything likewise, but to be beyond knowing anything, to know you are beyond k ...
Watt's need of semantic succour was at times so great that he would set to trying names on things, and on himself, almost as a wom ...
It is what we imagine knowledge to be:
dark, salt, clear, moving, utterly free,
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By this unprincipled facility of changing the state as often, and as much, and in as many ways as there are floating fancies or fa ...
This perpetual round of constrained civilities to persons quite indifferent to us, is the most provoking and tiresome thing in the ...
Sight and all the other senses are only modes of touch.
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