(Source: writeonthesand, via dangerousmaybe)

nevver:

Modern Classics

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ex0skeletal:

(via On View: Beau Stanton at the Crypt of Saint John the Baptist | Hi-Fructose Magazine)

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#fullmisanthropology2k14

killingdenouement:

yknow when you’re idly scrolling through new tumblr followers’ blogs, and realise a bit in, with mild surprise, you’re still interested? this is how i feel about people most of the time

killingdenouement:

misandry candy is real yall

killingdenouement:

misandry candy is real yall

fariedesign:

What We Call The Beginning Is Often The End. - T.S. Eliot.
Fariedesign | Society6 | Facebook

fariedesign:

What We Call The Beginning Is Often The End. - T.S. Eliot.

Fariedesign | Society6 | Facebook

(via courier5)

ikeiks:

The art of Kotaro Chiba

nevver:

Happy Labor Day

nevver:

Happy Labor Day

(via fixedantlers)

"I foresee that the ultimate result will be a restatement of Marx, but substituting to his Hegelian metaphysics and terminology our own modern Metaphysics and terminology: by metaphysics here I mean, I suppose, the emotions that are associated with our terminology and frame (schemi mentali) – that is, what is absolutely necessary to make the theory living (lebendig), capable of assimilation and at all intelligible. If this is true, it is an exceptional example of how far a difference in metaphysics can make to us absolutely unintelligible an otherwise perfectly sound theory. This would be simply a translation of Marx into English, from the forms of Hegelian metaphysics to the forms of Hume’s metaphysics."

Sraffa (D3/12/4: 15) describing his intended lebensprojekt (via writingcapital)

(Source: dse.unifi.it, via insideoutfox)

"If there are connections everywhere, why do we persist in turning dynamic, interconnected phenomena into static, disconnected things?"

Eric Wolf - Europe and the People Without History. pg 4

Revisiting this text for next week’s Globalization class. So many great and powerful points within the first few pages.

(via everydayhybridity)

A most important text in my own history, whatever meagre place that is in the history of thought. Good to remember that the formative works in one’s life are not necessarily sophomoric by virtue of their relative position in your - or a field’s - development.