“Roof gardens, feathers and human sacrifice” – John GRAY

‘Our Lord, the lord of the near, of the nigh, is made to laugh. He is arbitrary, he is capricious, he mocketh … He is placing us in the palm of his hand; he is making us round. We roll; we become as pellets. He is casting us from side to side. We make him… Continue lendo “Roof gardens, feathers and human sacrifice” – John GRAY

“After affirmation, or, being a loser. On vitalism, sacrifice, and cinders” (Paul Harrison)

GeoHumanities, Durham University, 1 (2). pp. 285-306. What could it mean to hesitate before life? To be unwilling or unable to affirm existence? And who or what would suggest such a thing? What type of monster would embrace sadness over joy, despair over hope, failure over success? And yet this is what is proposed. This… Continue lendo “After affirmation, or, being a loser. On vitalism, sacrifice, and cinders” (Paul Harrison)