☛ The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (Jeder für sich und Gott gegen alle) by Werner Herzog, 1974. Official website, IMDb, Wikipedia. This line is apparently authentical –i.e. was told by the real Kaspar Hauser– if we are to believe a comment made by Werner Herzog in the book Herzog on Herzog: Are any of the […]
• By Philippe Theophanidis on August 27, 2012 ― Published in Art, Communication, Movies | Tagged: community, creation, destruction, difference, fall, indifference, Kaspar Hauser, knowledge, naivety, narrative, séparation, subject, Werner Herzog
☛ The Atlantic / In Focus: “Occupy Wall Street, 7 Weeks In” November 3, 2011. Caption for this particular photo reads as follow: “Tents at the Occupy Wall Street protest weather a snowstorm in Zuccotti Park, Saturday, October 29, 2011, in New York. The first snowstorm of the season was a test of the protesters […]
Car la différence est belle, mais l’indifférence est sublime. – BAUDRILLARD, Jean (1987). Cool Memories. 1980-1985, éd. Galilée, Paris, pp. 223.
☛ The Far Side Gallery 2 “Ship of Fools / Car of Idiots” by Gary Larson, Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1986, p. 9. © Gary Larson. • • • The madman, understood not as one who is sick but as an established and maintained deviant, as an indispensable cultural function, has become, in Western experience, the […]
• By Philippe Theophanidis on June 5, 2008 ― Published in Excerpt | Tagged: analogy, aphelis, complexe, confusion, criteria, critic, critique, difference, folie, Foucault, Gary Larson, indifference, insanity, madness, monde, naive, philosophy, simple, world