To my fans II

March 7, 2007 at 8:50 pm (bizzare, ethics, feminism, general philosophy, Interzis minorilor, literature, philosophy of the arts, politics/law/economy, Rasfrangeri, Raspunsuri, sex, Uncategorized)

I’m not gonna say this twice. This is a blog ment to allow you to express yourself. My posts are not relevant in what concerns MY personality, MY lifestyle, and MY beliefs. Do not, under any circumstance, equalise my posts with ME. And stop sending e-mail on my adress, unless you have something to say. Something relevant, I may add.

Thank you for your cooperation. Tschus!

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Existentialism

March 6, 2007 at 8:16 pm (literature)

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Art for art’s sake

March 6, 2007 at 8:07 pm (literature)

Aesthetic Movement, English artistic movement of the late 19th century, dedicated to the doctrine of ‘art for art’s sake’ – that is, art as a self-sufficient entity concerned solely with beauty and not with any moral or social purpose. Associated with the movement were the artists Aubrey Beardsley and James McNeill Whistler and writers Walter Pater and Oscar Wilde .
I want to hear your personal idea and opinion of the doctrine ‘art for art’s sake’.

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The Man without Qualities

March 6, 2007 at 4:29 pm (literature)

The title says it all. That one by Musil is one of my favourite books and I’m just curious to see if there are others out there who have also read it (at least partly) and found it remarkable. True, it’s a long one. Some say it’s a philosophical essay in the form of a novel, and that’s a fact: it is about life, science, strange love, and mystic experiences. But most important of all, it’s about us, men without qualities. We are intelligent, we know a lot of things, we know what we want, we have a lot of qualities — still, we don’t have any. We are not united with them but we possess them, and we vaguely feel sometimes that it might be that actually they possess us. We have dissolved and lost something, says Musil, though we have gained the light of rationality and intellect. ‘The human brain has divided things successfully but those things have divided the heart.’ says Walter.

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To my fans

March 5, 2007 at 8:01 pm (bizzare, ethics, feminism, general philosophy, Interzis minorilor, literature, philosophy of the arts, politics/law/economy, Rasfrangeri, Raspunsuri, sex, Uncategorized)

As you can see, i am a very, very, very understanding and patient laddie. I am not banning your comments although what you are posting is neither interesting, nor well written, not even original. however, if you will continue to write in this manner, i will delete every comment that doesn’t rise to my expectations. After all, this is not a “my sexual fantasy” forum.
Thank you, Sonia Rott.

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Prose

February 26, 2007 at 2:31 pm (literature)

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Prose

February 26, 2007 at 2:31 pm (literature)

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Poetry

February 26, 2007 at 1:48 pm (literature)

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