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  1. Thread: water break

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    English is my first language. May I ask if poetry...

    English is my first language. May I ask if poetry is your first profession?
  2. Thread: water break

    by Asphara
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    water break

    I owe the one worldy early I owe
    The one world, the way early I owe owe a one world early way i owe
    a world of words surge forward world I know sea surges
    worlds away from
    word sea surges...
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  4. Thread: Fire Forest

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    A man in the door

    a man
    is in the door frame, a man
    now large in the doorway,
    larger in the frame now
    leaning into the frame

    a man
    at a naked angle
    filament of light encircles
    muscle in golden halo fire,
  6. Thread: Give Him Up

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    Please delete

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    I agree about Nietzsche. He really was an...

    I agree about Nietzsche. He really was an artist-philosopher; he worked in the aesthetic, and understood philosophy like dancing. I'd love to hear his compositions. Does anyone know the extent to...
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    I think you may have to write your own book on...

    I think you may have to write your own book on this! I think the closest you'll get is reading music theory and rhetorical theory together. Adorno is good on both.
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    Hello

    As per Manta's message, I would be greatful if you could delete this poem.

    Many thanks

    Aaron
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    "Especially considering the land of opportunity,...

    "Especially considering the land of opportunity, America has provided people from around the world the means to become whatever they set their mind to."

    Well, you got me there. I meen what, with...
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    Bienvenue, do you have an opinion of you're own...

    Bienvenue, do you have an opinion of you're own or are you just posturing?
  12. Thread: Sea-side Town

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    I love this poem! I've lived in such towns and...

    I love this poem! I've lived in such towns and you make me nostalgic. This poem really understands the aesthetics of decay in these towns; with the fish and chip shops. This is a great poem and...
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    This is great - very clenched.

    This is great - very clenched.
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    Thanks Breathtest! That's a really sensitive...

    Thanks Breathtest! That's a really sensitive reading, and you were spot on with the interpretation. Its the way lingering on anything consciously tends to impoverish it or ossify it.
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    Allexander{edit}The kind of choices you speek of...

    Allexander{edit}The kind of choices you speek of might include a misserable, degrading, soul destroying McJob, or an addiction, or criminality, or a mental breakdown, or destitution. How many people...
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    Autoteolic.

    Autoteolic.
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    "Such phantoms as the dignity of man, the dignity...

    "Such phantoms as the dignity of man, the dignity of work, are the feeble products of a slavery that hides from itself." Nietzsche
  19. Poll: By which I meen the measure of Habermasian...

    By which I meen the measure of Habermasian justice is how quiest suffering is - how far it has been sublated into an ossified disursive ethics.
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    Melmouth, that's because I do not beleive there...

    Melmouth, that's because I do not beleive there are discrete, independent orders of experience - only thought. Everything is always existentially real; only according to certain conceptual schemas...
  21. Poll: Oi, Melmouth, "Both Adorno and Habermas agree...

    Oi, Melmouth, "Both Adorno and Habermas agree that an oppressive and manipulative discourse is fostered by Modernistic capitalism." - Yes, but they were in agreement. The insight into the dissolution...
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    I think the link between philosophy, music and...

    I think the link between philosophy, music and aesthetics is very clear. The philosophical insight is essentially an existential insight; that which is apprehended through sensuous, intuitive...
  23. Poll: The Regressive thought of Habermas, Adorno would have turned in his grave.

    The philosophy of Habermas does not seem to posses a category for emotion, or emotional sociality - for example that captured in the Hegelian and Marxian concern with alienation, Marx's discussion of...
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