DEAR YVES YOUR POMPOUS INTERVENTIONS ARE BORING. STOP
DEAR LIONEL -- i find your ideas weird and
interesting. Keep it up
--- Yves Winter <winter@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > As I
said before, put down that Whiskey bottle and
> start READING A BOOK in
> order to SUBSTANTIATE your "idea".
> Your comments about the English race (what the hell
> do you mean by race)
> approximate the most senseless gibberish that's been
> presented on this list.
> Try to THINK before you write. Reading philosophy is
> not just about taking
> some nice little quotes out of context and mashing
> them up in your favourite
> cocktail. It is a BRAIN-based activity.
> On 07/09/01 8:28 Uhr, "Lionel Boxer" wrote:
> > I don't think my comments are paranoiaic at all.
> They do not worry me if
> > that is what you are referring to ... rather they
> explain why the English
> > created the State of Isreal. They saw it as their
> duty to make it happen.
> > In an article about Gadamer, Outwaite (in Skinner
> (1985, p. 24)) explains:
> > 'This notion of projection tends to be
> misunderstood in the Anglo-Saxon
> > world as a mysterious kind of empathy, but what
> Dilthey (1958) and others
> > really had in mind was a much more cerebral
> process based on a common sphere
> > of experience.
> > This Masonry was indeed a common sphere of
> experience and the English did
> > not (and perhaps still do not) 'know what they do
> does', to quote another
> > idea of Foucault. If a whole nation attend
> monthyly meetings that reinforce
> > the notion that Jews are meant to be in Isreal
> then they will gain
> > satisfaction in seeing that take place.
> > Just an idea. Not paranoiaic.
> > After reading a bit of Foucualt, I get the feeling
> that the English race
> > does not understand alegory to the same degree
> that the French and Russians
> > do.
> > ---------------
> > guillame debord <guydeborder@xxxxxxxx>
> > Some of those things that you are saying are quite
> > parnoiaic. Very good and nice, I like that mad
> > critical nuts which reads things into those weird
> > movements de la passe!!
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