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Sartre , on the other hand , seems to force himself to portray the illusory or destructive nature of all relationships . > His criticism of surrealism is partly neutralized by his. 3 An even richer term , “ turbulence , " has been ...
Man was not only a prisoner of nature , and of his triumphs over nature , but of himself ; he had wrapped his mind with mummy cloths that were gradually smothering him . Down with syllogisms , corollaries , Q.E.D. , cause and effect ...
It is the simple unity which , concentrated within itself , destroys every external relation , cancels out the movement which involves all the beings of nature in their successive phases of birth , growth , death , and renewal ; in a ...
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Very comprehensive history of the movement largely based on the group's documents: manifestos, edicts, articles, and speeches. Unfortunately that means that the individual participants remain sketchy ... Volledige review lezen
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FOREWORD Maurice Nadeau
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