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At bottom, to be colored means that one has been caught in some utterly unbelievable cosmic joke, a joke so hideous and in such ba ...
For the perfect idler, for the passionate observer it becomes an immense source of enjoyment to establish his dwelling in the thro ...
The more elevated a culture, the richer its language. The number of words and their combinations depends directly on a sum of conc ...
I wish our clever young poets would remember my homely definitions of prose and poetry; that is, prose = words in their best order ...
Rape is no excess, no aberration, no accident, no mistake--it embodies sexuality as the culture defines it. As long as these defin ...
In our definitions, we grope after the spiritual by describing it as invisible. The true meaning of spiritual is real; that law wh ...
Lord Byron is an exceedingly interesting person, and as such is it not to be regretted that he is a slave to the vilest and most v ...
Education at school continues what has been done at home: it crystallizes the optical illusion, consolidates it with book learning ...
With this new way of providing a foundation for mathematics, which we may appropriately call a proof theory, I pursue a significan ...
To conclude, The Light of humane minds is Perspicuous Words, but by exact definitions first snuffed, and purged from ambiguity; Re ...
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