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The present order of life allows the self no scope to draw intellectual or spiritual conclusions. Thought, stripped down to knowledge, is neutralised, harnessed merely to qualifying its practitioner for specific labor markets and heighetning the commodity value of the personality. In this way the self-reflection of the mind, which counteracts paranoia, is disabled. Finally, under the conditions of late capitalism, the half-educated condition has become the objective spirit.
— Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer, Dialectic of Enlightenment

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Kazuo Ohno with son, Yoshito Ohno  

saloandseverine:

Kazuo Ohno with son, Yoshito Ohno  

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“You have to be fully disappointed in yourself for it to work,” Coward adds. “You have to bring someone else in the fold that expects something out of you and then you just let them down really big and that’s how you accomplish things.”

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weird-bug:

anyone else feel like speaking truthfully is an endless work of dodging connotations

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Black Swan & kois 黑天鵝 & 錦鯉 (by Melinda ^..^)
Chengdu, Sichuan China 四川 成都熊貓繁育研究基地 (SOOC)

de-preciated:

Black Swan & kois 黑天鵝 & 錦鯉 (by Melinda ^..^)
Chengdu, Sichuan China 四川 成都熊貓繁育研究基地 (SOOC)

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