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The American ideal ... of sexuality appears to be rooted in the American ideal of masculinity. This idea has created cowboys and I ...
The price we pay for the complexity of life is too high. When you think of all the effort you have to put in--telephonic, technolo ...
Blake and Goethe were individualists par excellence, uncompromisingly protective of their single vision. In both Faust Part II and ...
Doubtless the main difference between the novel and the romance is the way in which they view reality. The novel renders reality c ...
The Enormous Room seems to me to be the book that has nearest approached the mood of reckless adventure in which men will reach th ...
All propaganda or popularization involves a putting of the complex into the simple, but such a move is instantly deconstructive. F ...
It is the last lesson of modern science, that the highest simplicity of structure is produced, not by few elements, but by the hig ...
I take it that computational processes are both symbolic and formal. They are symbolic because they are defined over representatio ...
There are times when they seem so small! And then again, although they never seem large, there is a vastness behind them, a past o ...
It is not only their own need to mother that takes some women by surprise; there is also the shock of discovering the complexity o ...
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