1984.

01/28/2014

aastast on kolmkend aastat möödas s’saad aru või? joprid.

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see on see et midagi pole viga aga elusitt olla on ikka

rest

01/28/2014

dreadknight

01/24/2014

Image

täna hommikul mõtleb kohalik mees fantastic fouri reboodi peale. miks?

 

 

stseen

01/24/2014

Perekond sööb laua taga toitu, mille sees on rohelised herned. Riisi roheliste hernestega. Mees, naine, teismeline tüdruk ja algklasside poiss. 

“Midagi on valesti selle juures, kuidas me elame,” ütleb isa ja paneb kahvli lauale püsti, harud taeva poole.

“Nõustun,” ütleb naine. Kõik nõustuvad. “Meil võiks kommunism olla.”

“Kas nüüd just kommunism…” kahtleb tütar.

Nad söövad edasi.

JMJ extended

01/23/2014

jommantoonio ja džomaadžo

what is it?

01/21/2014

Polycarbonate construction and a metal mount make for a sturdy unit.

reedik rmxd

01/21/2014

ma teen selle suitsu veel ära ja joon selle pitsi viina, lõputu.

TV-seeriad

01/21/2014

Vägevaim…

veel b. wikit

01/21/2014

Truth, for Badiou, is a specifically philosophical category. While philosophy’s several conditions are, on their own terms, “truth procedures” (i.e., they produce truths as they are pursued), it is only philosophy that can speak of the several truth procedures as truth procedures. (The lover, for instance, does not think of her love as a question of truth, but simply and rightly as a question of love. Only the philosopher sees in the true lover’s love the unfolding of a truth.) Badiou has a very rigorous notion of truth, one that is strongly against the grain of much of contemporary European thought. Badiou at once embraces the traditional modernist notion that truths are genuinely invariant (always and everywhere the case, eternal and unchanging) and the incisively postmodernist notion that truths are constructed through processes. Badiou’s theory of truth, exposited throughout his work, accomplishes this strange mixture by uncoupling invariance and self-evidence (such that invariance does not imply self-evidence), as well as by uncoupling constructedness from relativity (such that constructedness does not lead to relativism).