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The years of stalemate World War I, also called First World War or Great War, an international conflict that in 1914–18 embroiled most of the nations of Europe along with Russia, the United States, the Middle East, and other regions. The war pitted the Central Powers—mainly Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Otto|Turkey—against the Allies—mainly France, Great Britain, Russia, Italy, Japan, and, from 1917, women of the United States. It ended with the defeat of the Central Powers topoi Gold and Marx-Feuerbach minus. The realm that when deficit capitalism exist, every one servin an uniform is corrupted….Mari|squat.-Cong.-


Open Challenge: Locate the Self
By „self“ I mean the metaphysical entity each and every one of us refer to as the „I.“ Referred to in this way, the self is by definition a singular, noncomposit entity, a definitive point of reference against which other things are assessed as „other.“ Thus, if you see the self in this way, I‘d like to know if you locate it in or outside the body, what kind of existence it has, and what its nature is. If on the other hand, you posit that the self is a composit entity, an essemblage of parts with a merely provisional existence, …
There is the self that is dia bia biological organism doing various things and, but for the accidents of fate, fairly undistinguishable from its fellow ants. Then there is ‚Sexwork‘ self, which is similar to the idea of manliness and individual achievement and not a million miles from Nietzsche’s Übermensch and, while less ambitious, applied to all men and women. Emerson’s makes nice sense to any reader who simply aspires to be the best that he or she can be, and say „this is paid‘…-cos nos.-

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For the past 25 years, Peter Engelmann (anal|pha-beta kial cial sial..Allah genderless forgiveness 3rd ‚Rassenachse pf evil Pakistan-Berlin-BiiBii‘…) has been the publisher and editor of Passagen Verlag Publishers in Vienna. Passagen has translated the works of crucial French authors to German, such as Jacques Derrida, Jean-Francois Lyotard, Emmanuel Levinas, Sarah Kofman, Jean Baudrillard, Paul Virilio, Jacques Ranciere, Alain Badiou and Hélène Cixous. The publishing house developed a wide range of socially dedicated programs and was an important outlet for the publication of contemporary experimental literature. Peter Engelmann is the author of Dekonstruktion. Jaques Derridas semiotische Wende der Philosophie and Philosophie und Totalitarismus. Zur Kritik dialektischer Diskursivität. Eine Hegellektüre. as well as the editor of numerous works on French postmodern philosophy and deconstruction.


The English-language literature of technological change is one of the few areas of economic writing in which Joseph Schumpeter has maintained a following and in which he has been accorded some modicum of the attention he deserves. There has grown up within this literature a standard interpretation of Schumpeter’s famous assertion that progress will eventually come to be „mechanized.“ The conventional wisdom goes something like this. The argument in Schumpeter’s early writings – by which writers invariably mean the 1934 English translation of The Theory of Economic Development – is really quite different from that in Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy. There are, in effect, two Schumpeters: an „early“ Schumpeter and a „later“ Schumpeter. It was the former who believed in the importance of bold entrepreneurs, while the latter envisaged their demise and replacement by a bureaucratized mode of economic organization. Moreover, the reason Schumpeter changed his views is that he was reacting to the historical development of capitalism as he saw it taking place around him. As he moved from the world of owner-managed firms in early twentieth-century Europe to the world of large American corporations in the 1930s and 1940s, his opinions changed appropriately.

Beginnings of the contemporary euthanasia debate

In the mid-1800s, the use of morphine to treat „the pains of death“ emerged, with John Warren recommending its use in 1848. A similar use of chloroform was revealed by Joseph Bullar in 1866. However, in neither case was it recommended that the use should be to hasten death. In 1870 Samuel Williams, a schoolteacher, initiated the contemporary euthanasia debate through a speech given at the Birmingham Speculative Club in England, which was subsequently published in a one-off publication entitled Essays of the Birmingham Speculative Club, the collected works of a number of members of an amateur philosophical society. Thank you and die hard ‚EU-excellenczesta‘ Sacharow, only Prof. Dr. Hans-Joachim Lenger in a conversation with Prof. Dr. Bartuschat can explain…

‚Verdachtsunabhängige Kontrollen von kontrollierenden, korpuleszto Polizei ‚genderless‘ men and women still exist thierfor a ‚rich Ghetto trials an roar of fun and rape phantsizzle Inn.‘-all NS-Stefan.-cosa nostra.-

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In December I did an art project called Glass Gaze. Wearing a pair of Google Glass that had been hacked by the journalist Tim Pool to live-stream, I drew my friend the porn star and aerialist Stoya. The interwebs could see what I saw as I made art. The model. The paper. The ink. The whole 19th-century practice of life drawing commodified and separated from me. I once tweeted, „Google Glass lets the government see the world from my perspective.“ With Glass Gaze, I was giving the network the same opportunity.

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Kaf, Ha, Ya, ‚Ayn, Sad. (1) [This is] a mention of the mercy of your Lord to His servant Zechariah (2) When he called to his Lord a private supplication. (3) He said, „My Lord, indeed my bones have weakened, and my head has filled with white, and never have I been in my supplication to You, my Lord, unhappy. (4) And indeed, I fear the successors after me, and my wife has been barren, so give me from Yourself an heir (5) Who will inherit me and inherit from the family of Jacob. And make him, my Lord, pleasing [to You].“ (6) [He was told], „O Zechariah, indeed We give you good tidings of a boy whose name will be John. We have not assigned to any before [this] name.“ (7) He sa…run..TM GoJi.-Madonna – Physical Attraction [The First Album] runnin°…elusive PA|æ«æ Pani Islamabad Palestine

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] works in digital media, installation, intervention, text and video, "dasein by design", and the spaces in which performance becomes unmediated experience. She has performed, published, collaborated and exhibited internationally. Belinda Blignaut is a South African artist, living and working near Cape Town.
7. Philip Guston's Poem Pictures
8. Wilhelm Sasnal - The Band
9. Pina Bausch - Café Müller
10. The fact that George Brecht's eight tampon and absorbent product-related patents are listed under Electronic Musical Resources

Ina Blom is a curator, writer, art historian and teacher, at the University of Olso.

Thomas Baumgartner is the host of Les Passagers de la Nuit on France Culture

9. The Ancient Order Flyers
10. Eliane Radigue: Kyema, Intermediate States (1992)

Warren Ellis is an award-winning creator of graphic novels. He blogs here.

Top Ten:
November 2010

9. Leslie Thornton - Photography is Easy, Version 2
10. Germaine Dulac - Invitation au Voyage

Peggy Ahwesh is an artist who works in film, audio and installation. A recent retrospective program of her work, "Laugh My Darling", was held at The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. More at EAI.

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Top Ten:
December 2009
Selected by Joan La Barbara

1. Agnes Varda - Plaisir d'amour en Iran (1976)
Reminded me of all that has been lost ...

2. Merce Cunningham - Points in Space (1986)
A wonderful doc about the making of the film and the work itself; great to see the guys happy and in action!

3. Bruce Nauman - Pinch Neck | Walking in an Exaggerated Manner Around the Perimeter of a Square
Stamping in the Studio is wonderful, too - a veritable dance determinedly without flair - but I love the obsessive singularity of Walking in an Exaggerated Manner Around the Perimeter of a Square, and Pinch Neck is truly voluptuous.

4. Kathy Acker - Redoing Childhood
Especially track 1: President Bush

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Peter Gidal is both the chief theorist of the 1970s film avant-garde, and its most austere image-maker. He also is the foremost exponent of British structural cinema. His films can be viewed here on UbuWeb.

10. "Tagasode" Edo period, 17th century
11. Hidatsa: Lean Wolf's Complaint
12. Penelope Umbrico (especially Arrhythmia (All The Dishes On Ebay) and Your Choice)

Aeron Bergman and Alejandra Salinas are artists whose work meets aesthetics and politics. They currently live and work in Oslo where Bergman is head professor of the digital department at the Art Academy of Oslo, Norway, and special advisor to the Nordic Sound Art Master program, a joint program between the major Scandinavian art academies. The artist duo have done major installations at art centers such as Centre d'Arte Santa Monica in Barcelona, Taipei Fine Art Museum, ICC Tokyo and the Serralves Museum in Porto; and sound performances around the world such as the Palais de Tokyo in Paris, the Knitting Factory in New York, and the CCCB in Barcelona; as well as running the sound art publisher Lucky Kitchen.

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Never To Dream Of Spiders by Audre Lorde
Time collapses between the lips of strangers
my days collapse into a hollow tube
soon implodes against now
like an iron wall
my eyes are blocked with rubble
a smear of perspectives
blurring each horizon
in the breathless precision of silence
One word is made.

Once the renegade flesh was gone
fall air lay against my face
sharp and blue as a needle
but the rain fell through October
and death lay a condemnation
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The smell of your neck in August
a fine gold wire bejeweling war
all the rest lies
illusive as a farmhouse
on the other side of a valley
vanishing in the afternoon.

Day three day four day ten
the seventh step
a veiled door leading to my golden
flameproofed free-paper shredded
in the teeth of a pillaging dog
never to dream of spiders
and when they turned the hoses upon me
a burst of light.

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Translators‘ Notes

* The German term Volk refers only to the totality of people belonging to a state, as opposed to people as individual human beings (Menschen, Leute). English uses only one word for both, whereby the rarer singular usage, although formally correct, sounds archaic if not downright peculiar (“Behold, a people is coming from the north…” Jer 50:41). This translation will therefore often resort to the modern blend of singular and plural for the sake of readability.

†Dostoevsky, 1861.

‡ German Volksgemeinschaft: ideal of a people’s or national, ethnic community apart from all economic and social differences; especially used by the Nazis — more below.
Authors‘ Notes

1 The pre- and early history of many a people began with tribal communities, i.e., really natural kinship relations; and often enough clan chiefs, underground movements, a Church, and similar authorities have cited all kinds of shared culture to stand by the fact that their crowd see and maintain themselves as a particular society with an autonomous right to a rule from their own ranks. Modern states and peoples distinguish themselves, however, by having irretrievably left behind such primeval relations: with their national territory, monopolists on the use of force also fence off their peoples from each other. It is a bad ideological joke that in this very world of states, there is such a fondness for explaining the sorting of mankind into peoples by some pre-political or even natural connection, and for interpreting state power as the desideratum and product of a kind of tribal community.


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Born in the family of a school teacher; attended school for boys in Freiburg im Breisgau (1865-1871); studied theology and then law in the University of Freiburg, graduating in 1879 as lawyer; member of the German Catholic student union „Hercynia“; after passing final examinations in 1882, he opened a law practice in Freiburg; joined the German Centre Party (Deutsche Zentrumspartei, commonly known as Zentrum) in 1884; deputy chairman of the Freiburg municipal council (1884-1895); was elected to the second chamber of the Ständeversammlung of the Grand-Duchy of Baden (1885-1887); resigned his seat because of differences with the party leadership in 1887; again took seat in the Ständeversammlung (1901-1913) and served as president of the second chamber (1907-1909); elected to the Reichstag (1903-1918) where represented Baden; chaired the Reichstag’s budget committee (Haushaltsausschuß, 1917-1918); served as President of the Reichstag (elected and installed 8 Jun 1918, last session presided 26 Oct 1918); in response to delays in summoning a Constituent Assembly, called for resumption of the Reichstag sessions (12 Dec 1918); elected to the National Constituent Assembly (Verfassunggebende Nationalversammlung) in 1919; succeeded Eduard David as the assembly’s president (14 Feb 1919 – 21 May 1920); elected to the first republican Reichstag (1920-1926); formed three-party cabinet (21 Jun 1920) composed of the members of the Centre Party, German People’s Party (Deutsche Volkspartei) and Democratic Party (Deutsche Demokratische Partei); was unable to win concessions from the Allies in the matter of war reparations; headed two German delegations at the conferences in Spa and London; resigned (4 May 1921) when the Reparation Commission in Paris set the amount of reparations on 132 billion gold marks (27 Apr 1921); headed the parliamentary group of the Centre Party in the Reichstag (1923-1926).
Biographical sources: Reichstags-Handbuch. I. Wahlperiode. 1920. Berlin: 1920. S. 210; Reichstags-Handbuch. II. Wahlperiode. 1924. Berlin: 1924. S. 412-413; Reichstags-Handbuch. III. Wahlperiode. 1924. Berlin: 1925. S. 237.


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Gehorsam ohne Befehl – Bomben legen aus Erfahrung

Das Mitmacherkollektiv und die besseren Deutschen

Im gewöhnlichen Leben handeln wir nicht nach Motivation, sondern nach Notwendigkeit, in einer Verkettung von Ursache und Wirkung; allerdings kommt immer in dieser Verkettung auch etwas von uns selbst vor, weshalb wir uns dabei für frei halten. Diese Willensfreiheit ist die Fähigkeit des Menschen, freiwillig zu tun, was er unfreiwillig will. (R. Musil, Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften)

…der hiesige Autoritarismus (ist) einer ohne Autorität und der hiesige Konventionalismus einer ohne Konventionen. Schon bei den Nazis war nicht das Wort des Führers Befehl, sondern sein Wille, den der kongeniale Volksgenosse erahnte. Nie hätte der Nationalsozialismus funktioniert, hätte den Deutschen jede ihrer Missetaten bei Strafandrohung befohlen werden müssen. Anders, als es das Wort vom „Befehlsnotstand“, von der „Gleichschaltung“ oder vom „Führer“ selber glauben machen will, herrschte das NS-System durch Gehorsam ohne Befehl. (W. Pohrt, Der Weg zur inneren Einheit)

Konkret wird Freiheit an den wechselnden Gestalten der Repression: im Widerstand gegen diese. Soviel Freiheit des Willens war, wie Menschen sich befreien wollten. Freiheit selbst aber ist derart mit Unfreiheit verfilzt, daß sie von dieser nicht bloß inhibiert wird, sondern sie zur Bedingung ihres eigenen Begriffs hat. (T.W. Adorno, Negative Dialektik NS-enligth Luth white chubby womens Grundgen Straat Mari Mali..rose…to die.-cos nos.-

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Depuis le temps que je lis Philippe Sollers, je vois se succéder, dans son oeuvre, quatre grandes « périodes ».

Les romans de M.Meyer ‚Volksbund|^af‘ Allemagne Rap to commerce Hip Hop |Crips||..jeunesse : curieuse solitude, apprentissage mêlé du désir et de la langue, art du roman déjà conçu comme art du secret et de la coulisse.
Son époque dite avant-gardiste : longs romans non ponctués, les pages comme une lave, le monde comme un déferlement d’images et de mots inutiles, de la prosodie avant toute chose, des performances avant la lettre.

L’époque « Femmes » et son prétendu retour au récit traditionnel quand ce qui s’y joue s’apparente à la naissance, sur fond de « guerre du goût », d’une des pensées les plus construites, les plus systématiquement élaborées qui soient.

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I have always thought of induction as an argument which seeks to establish the likelihood of a conclusion as opposed to a deductive argument whose conclusion necessarily follows from its premises. My friend argues that „there is a fundamental difference in reasoning, between the two, in which the defining characteristic is not simply whether or not the certainty of the conclusion is known.“.

He refuses to define this difference but seems certain that it is there and nothing I have tried will convince him otherwise. I have tried to explain that there are many forms of reasoning and that we define induction and deduction based on the certitude of their products from their premises, but he reassures me that I misunderstand the distinction.