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terms created for No.15 (see glossary)

acid indignation
stip-mollification
gaucho-er-ie
polaranoid

things you must know

Universalism is always local.

The most abstract lessons of science begin in a world that we inhabit.

Truths begin by a conflict with the police and end by calling them in.

Goodness in the subject is anarchy itself.

questions

Is time reducible to its way of making itself known?

What would there be to say if there existed nothing but things said?

The question of a revolution is not what it has despaired of but what are its hopes.

 

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    Nathan Whiting

    Neruda, tr. by Mulrooney

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