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"Miss Dudley ... gives one the idea of a lightly-sparred yacht in mid- ocean; unexpected; you ask yourself what the devil she is d ...
But then in what way are things called good? They do not seem to be like the things that only chance to have the same name. Are go ...
This is just a footnote, though a microcosmic one perhaps, to the greater curve
Of the elaboration; it asks no place in it, o
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...I remembered the rose bush that had reached a thorny branch out through the ragged fence, and caught my dress, detaining me whe ...
In philosophical inquiry, the human spirit, imitating the movement of the stars, must follow a curve which brings it back to its p ...
An honest appraisal of the respective pleasures derived from theater and cinema, at least as to what is less intellectual and more ...
If psychoanalysis emerged just before World War I to deal with the repressions of Puritanism, the hedonistic age has its counterpa ...
Two archetypes pervade Western thinking on the subject of how reality is best apprehended, archetypes that have their ultimate ori ...
It is what we imagine knowledge to be:
dark, salt, clear, moving, utterly free,
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There is a wonderful, but neglected precision in these words. The old English noun "travel" (in the sense of a journey) was origin ...
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