A new point of view

98- A new point of view  I Frame Budyń 1: LOOK, THESE ARE BOOKS OF THIS NICE GENTLEMAN WHO FINALLY NOTICED US. Budyń 2: WONDER, IF HE WRITES ABOUT US.  II Frame  Budyń 1: ANIMALS [...] DO NOT STAND STOCK STILL BEFORE THINGS OF SENSE AS IF THESE WERE THINGS PER SE, WITH BEING IN THEMSELVES: THEY DESPAIR OF THIS REALITY ALTOGETHER, AND IN COMPLETE ASSURANCE OF THE NOTHINGNESS OF THINGS THEY FALL-TO WITHOUT MORE ADO AND EAT THEM UP.   III Frame Budynie  z walizami idą ulicą.. Budyń 1: ANIMALS, SO VIOLENT... Budyń 2: I PREFER TO STAY UNKNOWABLE IN THAT CASE.  Starring: Things in themselves Citation: G.W.F. Hegel, Phenomenology of Mind, via http://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/hegel/phindex.htm
Starring: Things in themselves
Citation: G.W.F. Hegel, Phenomenology of Mind, via http://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/hegel/phindex.htm


Yes, sometimes it’s better to stay unknowable.

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In the space

98- In the space  I Ramka Plato: THERE IN THAT LAND, IN THE LAND OF THE IDEAS THERE ARE ALL PROTOTYPES OF ALL THINGS. FOR THE MORTALS THEY ARE INVISIBLE, MAYBE APART FROM THE GREATEST PHILOSOPHERS...  II Ramka Thing1: MY SON, WE'RE GOING HOME.  III Ramka Things 1&2: CAN'T SEE.    Starring: Plato, Things in themselves

Starring: Plato, Things in themselves


Plato was one of philosophers who really believed more in things in themselves than in – lets call them – real things.