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When situated in this late 20th century
European avant-garde this framework
and experience in Life is a fulfillment of
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On this trip to Paris


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discussion in infinite regress


Van de toen 2.200 inwoners raakte
Their edict raised some red flags in
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wattah hills 2007 pinot noir


Controlling for all variables, Moore
Industries saw a rise of 19 million
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En 1971, con cinco das, l escribe
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medium all caps The Spanish War, which began in


1739, and the French war which soon
medium followed it occasioned further in-
crease of the debt, which, on the 31st
of December 1748, after it had been
heavy concluded by the Treaty of Aix-la-
Chapelle, amounted to 78,293,313.
The most profound peace of the sev-
enteen years of continuance had tak-
en no more than 8,328,354 from it.
A war of less than nine years continu-
ance added 31,338,689 to it (Refer
medium italic to James Postlethwaites History of
the Public Revenue). During the ad-
ministration of Mr. Pelham, the inter-
est of the public debt was reduced
from 4% to 3%; or at least measures
were taken for reducing it, from four
to three per cent; the sinking fund
was increased, and some part of
the public debt was paid off. In 1755,
before the breaking out of the late
war, the funded debt of Great Brit-
Proportional
Lining figures ain amounted to 72,289,673. On the
5th of January 1763, at the conclu-
sion of the peace, the funded debt
amounted to 122,603,336, whereas
the unfunded debt has been stated
at 13,927,589. But the expense oc-
casioned by the war did not end with
the conclusion of the peace, so that
though, on the 5th of January 1764,
the funded debt was increased (part-
ly by a new loan, and partly by fund-
ing a part of the unfunded debt) to
129,586,782, there still remained
(according to the very well informed

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bold all caps The Spanish War, which began


in 1739, and the French war which
bold soon followed it occasioned fur-
ther increase of the debt, which, on
the 31st of December 1748, after it
super had been concluded by the Treaty
of Aix-la-Chapelle, amounted to
78,293,313. The most profound
peace of the seventeen years of
continuance had taken no more than
8,328,354 from it. A war of less
than nine years continuance added
31,338,689 to it (Refer to James
bold italic Postlethwaites History of the Pub-
lic Revenue). During the administra-
tion of Mr. Pelham, the interest of
the public debt was reduced from
4% to 3%; or at least measures
were taken for reducing it, from
four to three per cent; the sinking
fund was increased, and some part
of the public debt was paid off. In
1755, before the breaking out of the
late war, the funded debt of Great
Proportional
Lining figures Britain amounted to 72,289,673.
On the 5th of January 1763, at the
conclusion of the peace, the funded
debt amounted to 122,603,336,
whereas the unfunded debt has
been stated at 13,927,589. But the
expense occasioned by the war did
not end with the conclusion of the
peace, so that though, on the 5th
of January 1764, the funded debt
was increased (partly by a new loan,
and partly by funding a part of the
unfunded debt) to 129,586,782,

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The Psychology of Beauty The Psychology of Beauty


Every introduction to the prob- Every introduction to the prob-
lems of aesthetics begins by lems of aesthetics begins by ac-
acknowledging the existence knowledging the existence and
and claims of two methods of at- claims of two methods of at-
tackthe general, philosophical, tackthe general, philosophical,
deductive, which starts from a deductive, which starts from a
complete metaphysics and in- complete metaphysics and in-
stalls beauty in its place among stalls beauty in its place among
the other great concepts; and the other great concepts; and
the empirical, or inductive, the empirical, or inductive,
which seeks to disengage a gen- which seeks to disengage a gen-
eral principle of beauty from the eral principle of beauty from
objects of aesthetic experience the objects of aesthetic experi-
and the facts of aesthetic enjoy- ence and the facts of aesthet-
ment: a prime example of Fech- ic enjoyment: a prime example
ners aesthetics from above of Fechners aesthetics from
and from below. above and from below.

Methodologies Methodologies
The first was the method of aes- The first was the method of aes-
thetics par excellence. It was in- thetics par excellence. It was in-
deed only through the desire of deed only through the desire of
an eighteenth-century philoso- an eighteenth-century philos-
pher, Baumgarten, to round out opher, Baumgarten, to round
his architectonic of metaphys- out his architectonic of meta-
ics that the science received its physics that the science re-
name, as designating the theory ceived its name, as designating
of knowledge in the form of feel- the theory of knowledge in the
ing, parallel to that of clear, form of feeling, parallel to that
logical thought. Kant, Schelling, of clear, logical thought. Kant,
and Hegel, again, made use of Schelling, and Hegel, again,
the concept of the Beautiful as made use of the concept of the
a kind of keystone or cornice Beautiful as a kind of keystone
for their respective philosophi- or cornice for their respec-
cal edifices. Aesthetics, then, tive philosophical edifices. Aes-
came into being as the philoso- thetics, then, came into being
phy of the Beautiful, and it may as the philosophy of the Beauti-
be asked why this philosophical ful, and it may be asked why this
aesthetics does not suffice philosophical aesthetics does
why beauty should need for its not sufficewhy beauty should
understanding also an aesthet- need for its understanding also
ics von unten. The answer is an aesthetics von unten. The
not that no system of philosophy answer is not that no system
is universally accepted, but that of philosophy is universally ac-
the general aesthetic theories cepted, but that the general aes-
have not, as yet at least, suc- thetic theories have not, as yet

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Justly or not, every introduc- Justly or not, every introduc-


tion to the problems of aesthet- tion to the problems of aesthet-
ics begins by acknowledging ics begins by acknowledging
the existence and claims of two the existence and claims of two
methods of attackthe gen- methods of attackthe gen-
eral, philosophical, deductive, eral, philosophical, deductive,
which starts from a complete which starts from a complete
metaphysics and installs beau- metaphysics and installs beau-
ty in its place among the other ty in its place among the other
great concepts; and the empir- great concepts; and the empir-
ical, or inductive, which seeks ical, or inductive, which seeks
to disengage a general princi- to disengage a general princi-
ple of beauty from the objects ple of beauty from the objects
of aesthetic experience and the of aesthetic experience and the
facts of aesthetic enjoyment: a facts of aesthetic enjoyment: a
prime example of James Fech- prime example of James Fech-
ners aesthetics from above ners aesthetics from above
and from below. First was the and from below. First was the
method of aesthetics par excel- method of aesthetics par excel-
lence. Every desire of an eigh- lence. Every desire of an eigh-
teenth-century philosopher, teenth-century philosopher,

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Justly or not, every introduc- Justly or not, every introduc-


tion to the problems of aesthet- tion to the problems of aesthet-
ics begins by acknowledging ics begins by acknowledging
the existence and claims of two the existence and claims of two
methods of attackthe gen- methods of attackthe gen-
eral, philosophical, deductive, eral, philosophical, deductive,
which starts from a complete which starts from a complete
metaphysics and installs beau- metaphysics and installs beau-
ty in its place among the other ty in its place among the other
great concepts; and the empir- great concepts; and the empir-
ical, or inductive, which seeks ical, or inductive, which seeks
to disengage a general princi- to disengage a general princi-
ple of beauty from the objects ple of beauty from the objects
of aesthetic experience and the of aesthetic experience and the
facts of aesthetic enjoyment: a facts of aesthetic enjoyment: a
prime example of James Fech- prime example of James Fech-
ners aesthetics from above ners aesthetics from above
and from below. First was the and from below. First was the
method of aesthetics par excel- method of aesthetics par excel-
lence. Every desire of an eigh- lence. Every desire of an eigh-
teenth-century philosopher, teenth-century philosopher,

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The Psychology of Beauty The Psychology of Beauty


Every introduction to the prob- Every introduction to the prob-
lems of aesthetics begins by ac- lems of aesthetics begins by ac-
knowledging the existence and knowledging the existence and
claims of two methods of attack claims of two methods of attack
the general, philosophical, deduc- the general, philosophical, deduc-
tive, which starts from a complete tive, which starts from a complete
metaphysics and installs beauty metaphysics and installs beauty
in its place among the other great in its place among the other great
concepts; and the empirical, or in- concepts; and the empirical, or in-
ductive, which seeks to disengage ductive, which seeks to disengage
a general principle of beauty from a general principle of beauty from
the objects of aesthetic experi- the objects of aesthetic experi-
ence and the facts of aesthetic en- ence and the facts of aesthetic en-
joyment: a prime example of Fech- joyment: a prime example of Fech-
ners aesthetics from above and ners aesthetics from above and
from below. from below.

Methodologies Methodologies
The first was the method of aes- The first was the method of aes-
thetics par excellence. It was in- thetics par excellence. It was in-
deed only through the desire of an deed only through the desire of an
eighteenth-century philosopher, eighteenth-century philosopher,
Baumgarten, to round out his ar- Baumgarten, to round out his ar-
chitectonic of metaphysics that chitectonic of metaphysics that
the science received its name, as the science received its name, as
designating the theory of knowl- designating the theory of knowl-
edge in the form of feeling, parallel edge in the form of feeling, parallel
to that of clear, logical thought. to that of clear, logical thought.
Kant, Schelling, and Hegel, again, Kant, Schelling, and Hegel, again,
made use of the concept of the made use of the concept of the
Beautiful as a kind of keystone or Beautiful as a kind of keystone or
cornice for their respective philo- cornice for their respective phil-
sophical edifices. Aesthetics, then, osophical edifices. Aesthetics,
came into being as the philoso- then, came into being as the phi-
phy of the Beautiful, and it may losophy of the Beautiful, and it may
be asked why this philosophical be asked why this philosophical
aesthetics does not sufficewhy aesthetics does not sufficewhy
beauty should need for its under- beauty should need for its under-
standing also an aesthetics von standing also an aesthetics von
unten. The answer is not that no unten. The answer is not that no
system of philosophy is universally system of philosophy is universally
accepted, but that the general aes- accepted, but that the general aes-
thetic theories have not, as yet at thetic theories have not, as yet at
least, succeeded in answering the least, succeeded in answering the
plain questions of the plain man plain questions of the plain man
in regard to concrete beauty. Kant, in regard to concrete beauty. Kant,
indeed, frankly denied that the ex- indeed, frankly denied that the ex-
planation of concrete beauty, or planation of concrete beauty, or
Doctrine of Taste, as he called Doctrine of Taste, as he called
it, was possible, while the various it, was possible, while the various

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The Psychology of Beauty The Psychology of Beauty


Every introduction to the problems Every introduction to the problems
of aesthetics begins by acknowl- of aesthetics begins by acknowledg-
edging the existence and claims of ing the existence and claims of two
two methods of attackthe gen- methods of attackthe general, phil-
eral, philosophical, deductive, which osophical, deductive, which starts
starts from a complete metaphysics from a complete metaphysics and
and installs beauty in its place among installs beauty in its place among
the other great concepts; and the the other great concepts; and the
empirical, or inductive, which seeks empirical, or inductive, which seeks
to disengage a general principle of to disengage a general principle of
beauty from the objects of aesthetic beauty from the objects of aesthet-
experience and the facts of aes- ic experience and the facts of aes-
thetic enjoyment: a prime example thetic enjoyment: a prime example
of Fechners aesthetics from above of Fechners aesthetics from above
and from below. and from below.

Methodologies Methodologies
The first was the method of aesthet- The first was the method of aes-
ics par excellence. It was indeed only thetics par excellence. It was in-
through the desire of an eighteenth- deed only through the desire of an
century philosopher, Baumgarten, eighteenth-century philosopher,
to round out his architectonic of Baumgarten, to round out his ar-
metaphysics that the science re- chitectonic of metaphysics that the
ceived its name, as designating the science received its name, as des-
theory of knowledge in the form of ignating the theory of knowledge in
feeling, parallel to that of clear, the form of feeling, parallel to that
logical thought. Kant, Schelling, and of clear, logical thought. Kant,
Hegel, again, made use of the con- Schelling, and Hegel, again, made
cept of the Beautiful as a kind of key- use of the concept of the Beautiful
stone or cornice for their respective as a kind of keystone or cornice for
philosophical edifices. Aesthetics, their respective philosophical edi-
then, came into being as the philoso- fices. Aesthetics, then, came into
phy of the Beautiful, and it may be being as the philosophy of the Beau-
asked why this philosophical aes- tiful, and it may be asked why this
thetics does not sufficewhy beauty philosophical aesthetics does not
should need for its understanding sufficewhy beauty should need for
also an aesthetics von unten. The its understanding also an aesthetics
answer is not that no system of phi- von unten. The answer is not that
losophy is universally accepted, but no system of philosophy is univer-
that the general aesthetic theories sally accepted, but that the general
have not, as yet at least, succeeded aesthetic theories have not, as yet at
in answering the plain questions of least, succeeded in answering the
the plain man in regard to con- plain questions of the plain man in
crete beauty. regard to concrete beauty.

Doctrine of Taste Doctrine of Taste


Kant, indeed, frankly denied that the Kant, indeed, frankly denied that the
explanation of concrete beauty, or explanation of concrete beauty, or
Doctrine of Taste, as he called it, Doctrine of Taste, as he called it,
was possible, while the various de- was possible, while the various de-
finers of beauty as the union of the finers of beauty as the union of the
Real and the Idealthe expres- Real and the Idealthe expres-
sion of the Ideal to Sensehave sion of the Ideal to Sensehave
done no more than he. No one of done no more than he. No one of
these aesthetic systems, in spite of these aesthetic systems, in spite of
volumes of so-called application of volumes of so-called application of

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name JAN apr The sense of constructing The sense of constructing


ABBO 123,864 104,403 situations is to fulfill human situations is to fulfill human
ahca 158,778 160,081 primitive desires and pursue primitive desires and pursue
AIRD 245,856 287,968 a superior passional quality. a superior passional qual-
ANCA 491,384 458,620 From Internationale Situation- ity. From Internationale Situ-
ATGB 218,342 210,968 iste #1: This alone can lead ationiste #1: This alone can
ATHA 164,168 116,164 to the further clarification of lead to the further clarifica-
ARRO 341,215 420,021 these simple basic desires, tion of these simple basic
BANF 126,845 154,861 and to the confused emer- desires, and to the confused
BARO 120,103 220,044 gence of new desires whose emergence of new desires
BARR 315,614 351,414 material roots will be precise- whose material roots will
Bhhi 436,493 352,241 ly the new reality engendered be precisely the new reality
BKIN 355,541 147,581 by situationist constructions. engendered by situationist
BONA 461,656 357,465 We must thus envisage a sort constructions. We must thus
BOWD 155,564 187,912 of situationist-oriented psycho- envisage a sort of situationist-
BRET 227,298 251,236 analysis in which, in contrast to oriented psychoanalysis in
BROO 312,564 284,521 the goals pursued by the vari- which, in contrast to the goals
Brth 202,799 179,209 ous currents stemming from pursued by the various cur-
CALG 355,541 147,581 freudianism, each of the partic- rents stemming from freud-
CAMP 219,102 240,031 ipants in this adventure would ianism, each of the partici-
CANM 122,692 162,241 discover desires for specific pants in this adventure would
CARD 158,778 160,081 ambiences in order to fulfill discover desires for specific
Csnh 280,892 266,254 them. each person must seek ambiences in order to fulfill
DATC 112,756 127,375 what he loves, what attracts them. each person must seek
DECA 416,452 397,752 him. Through this method one what he loves, what attracts
dfoz 634,432 592,244 can tabulate elements out of him. Through this method one
dmoz 310,012 250,219 which situations can be con- can tabulate elements out of
DOVR 236,861 249,765 structed, along with projects which situations can be con-
DRAT 736,875 700,658 to dynamize these elements. structed, along with projects

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name JAN apr The sense of constructing situa- The sense of constructing situa-
ABBO 123,864 104,403 tions is to fulfill human primitive tions is to fulfill human primitive
ahca 158,778 160,081 desires and pursue a superior desires and pursue a superior
AIRD 245,856 287,968 passional quality. From Internatio- passional quality. From Internatio-
ANCA 491,384 458,620 nale Situationiste #1: This alone nale Situationiste #1: This alone
ATGB 218,342 210,968 can lead to the further clarifica- can lead to the further clarifica-
ATHA 164,168 116,164 tion of these simple basic desires, tion of these simple basic desires,
ARRO 341,215 420,021 and to the confused emergence of and to the confused emergence of
BANF 126,845 154,861 new desires whose material roots new desires whose material roots
BARO 120,103 220,044 will be precisely the new reality will be precisely the new reality
BARR 315,614 351,414 engendered by situationist con- engendered by situationist con-
Bhhi 436,493 352,241 structions. We must thus envisage structions. We must thus envisage
BKIN 355,541 147,581 a sort of situationist-oriented psy- a sort of situationist-oriented psy-
BONA 461,656 357,465 choanalysis in which, in contrast to choanalysis in which, in contrast to
BOWD 155,564 187,912 the goals pursued by the various the goals pursued by the various
BRET 227,298 251,236 currents stemming from freudian- currents stemming from freudian-
BROO 312,564 284,521 ism, each of the participants in this ism, each of the participants in this
Brth 202,799 179,209 adventure would discover desires adventure would discover desires
CALG 355,541 147,581 for specific ambiences in order for specific ambiences in order to
CAMP 219,102 240,031 to fulfill them. each person must fulfill them. each person must seek
CANM 122,692 162,241 seek what he loves, what attracts what he loves, what attracts him.
CARD 158,778 160,081 him. Through this method one can Through this method one can tabu-
Csnh 280,892 266,254 tabulate elements out of which situ- late elements out of which situa-
DATC 112,756 127,375 ations can be constructed, along tions can be constructed, along
DECA 416,452 397,752 with projects to dynamize these with projects to dynamize these
dfoz 634,432 592,244 elements. The primary obstacle to elements. The primary obstacle
dmoz 310,012 250,219 situations, therefore, is the culture to situations, therefore, is the
DOVR 236,861 249,765 of the advanced capitalist society. culture of the advanced capitalist
DRAT 736,875 700,658 The first issue of the journal Inter- society. The first issue of the jour-
eacr 148,572 201,368 nationale Situationiste defined a nal Internationale Situationiste
ecav 587,391 561,487 situationist as having to do with defined a situationist as having
eire 218,342 210,968 the theory or practical activity of to do with the theory or practi-
ekef 491,384 458,620 constructing situations. One who cal activity of constructing situ-

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The Spanish War, which began in The Spanish War, which began in
1739, and the French war which 1739, and the French war which
soon followed it occasioned fur- soon followed it occasioned fur-
ther increase of the debt, which, on ther increase of the debt, which, on
the 31st of December 1748, after the 31st of December 1748, after
the war had been concluded by the
the war had been concluded by the
Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, amounted
to 78,293,313. The most pro- Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, amounted
found peace of seventeen years to 78,293,313. The most pro-
continuance had taken no more found peace of seventeen years
than 8,328,354. from it. A war of continuance had taken no more
less than nine years continuance than 8,328,354. from it. A war of
added 31,338,689 to it. (Refer less than nine years continuance
to James Postlethwaites The His- added 31,338,689 to it. (Refer
tory of the Public Revenue.) During to James Postlethwaites The His-
the administration of Mr. Pelham, tory of the Public Revenue.) During
the interest of the public debt was
the administration of Mr. Pelham,
reduced, or at least measures
were taken for reducing it, from the interest of the public debt was
four to three per cent; the sinking reduced, or at least measures
fund was increased, and some part were taken for reducing it, from
of the public debt was paid off. In four to three per cent; the sinking
fund was increased, and some part
of the public debt was paid off. In

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The Spanish War, which began in The Spanish War, which began in
1739, and the French war which 1739, and the French war which
soon followed it occasioned fur- soon followed it occasioned fur-
ther increase of the debt, which, on ther increase of the debt, which, on
the 31st of December 1748, after the 31st of December 1748, after
the war had been concluded by the
the war had been concluded by the
Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, amounted
Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, amounted
to 78,293,313. The most pro-
to 78,293,313. The most pro-
found peace of seventeen years
continuance had taken no more found peace of seventeen years
than 8,328,354. from it. A war of continuance had taken no more
less than nine years continuance than 8,328,354. from it. A war of
added 31,338,689 to it. (Refer less than nine years continuance
to James Postlethwaites The His- added 31,338,689 to it. (Refer
tory of the Public Revenue.) During to James Postlethwaites The His-
the administration of Mr. Pelham, tory of the Public Revenue.) During
the interest of the public debt was the administration of Mr. Pelham,
reduced, or at least measures the interest of the public debt was
were taken for reducing it, from
reduced, or at least measures
four to three per cent; the sinking
were taken for reducing it, from
fund was increased, and some part
four to three per cent; the sinking
of the public debt was paid off. In
fund was increased, and some part
of the public debt was paid off. In

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Akoli klimova nenapsala knih Der var en lille havfisk af god fa-
mnoho, pece zn ji ta nae et- milie, navnet husker jeg ikke, det
bychtiv mlde tuze dobe. Zn ji m de lrde sige dig. Den lille fisk
zejmna z knih: Z jara do lta, Kni- havde attenhundrede sskende,
ha bchorek, Paleek a Malenka, alle lige gamle; de kendte ikke de-
Z rje, Rodinn sknka a j., a pak res fader eller moder, de mtte
z rznch asopis pro mlde, straks sktte sig selv og svmme
do nich velice piln pispv. Jej om, men det var en stor fornjelse;
prce vesms dti nae rdy taj, vand havde de nok at drikke, hele
ponvad skuten vynikaj vm, verdenshavet, fden tnkte de ikke
eho se na dobr etb d. Vak p, den kom nok; hver ville flge sin
Klimova tak pracuje s lskou, pra- lyst, hver ville f sin egen historie, ja
cuje opravdov vn a nevyd nic det tnkte heller ingen af dem p.
na svtlo, co by dkladn nepodro- Solen skinnede ned i vandet, det ly-
bila soudu svmu i soudu jinch. A ste om dem, det var s klart, det var
to prv dodv jejm prcem t en verden med de forunderligste
prav ceny. Nue seznamme se se skabninger, og nogle s gruelig sto-
ivotem tto tich a skromn pra- re, med voldsomme gab, de kunne
covnice, seznamme se i s jejmi sluge de attenhundrede sskende,
pknmi spisy. Klimova narodila se men det tnkte de heller ikke p,
7. dne msce prosince roku 1851. for ingen af dem var endnu blevet
v Police. Otec jej byl dosti zmo- slugt. De sm svmmede sammen,
nm a venm manem, mlt v tt op til hverandre, som sildene og
Police dm a byl dlouh lta le- makrellerne svmmer; men som

DEUTSCH (GERMAN) ESPAOL (SPANISH)


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Sehen wir das Gesamtbild unseres En esta conferencia no pretendo,


heutigen Lebens nur mit unseren como en anteriores, definir, sino
Augen an, so knnen wir die Fol- subrayar; no quiero dibujar, sino
gerung ziehen, da dieses Gebilde sugerir. Animar, en su exacto senti-
einen chaotischen Charakter trgt, do. Herir pjaros soolientos. Don-
und es kann uns nicht wundern, da de haya un rincn oscuro, poner un
diejenigen, welche sich in diesem reflejo de nube alargada y regalar
scheinbaren Chaos unwohl fhlen, unos cuantos espejos de bolsillo a
der Welt entfliehen oder sich in las seoras que asisten. He querido
geistigen Abstraktionen verlieren bajar a la ribera de los juncos. Por
wollen. Doch jedenfalls mu es uns debajo de las tejas amarillas. A la
klar sein, da diese Flucht vor der salida de las aldeas, donde el tigre
Wirklichkeit ein ebenso groer se come a los nios. Estoy en este
Irrtum ist wie jene Anlehnung an momento lejos del poeta que mira
den reinsten Materialismus. Weder el reloj, lejos del poeta que lucha
die Flucht in das Mittelalter, noch con la estatua, que lucha con el sue-
der von verschiedenen Kunsthisto- o, que lucha con la anatoma; he
rikern empfohlene Wiederaufbau huido de todos mis amigos y me voy
des Olympos kann und die Lsung con aquel muchacho que se come
bringen. Unsere Zeit hat eine an- la fruta verde y mira cmo las hor-
dere Mission zu erfllen als die des migas devoran al pjaro aplastado
Mittelalters und des Hellenismus. por el automvil. Por las calles ms
Um die Aufgabe unserer Zeit richtig puras del pueblo me encontraris;
zu verstehen, ist es notwendig, da por el aire viajero y la luz tendida de

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FRANAIS (FRENCH) ITALIANO (ITALIAN)


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Dada a son origine dans le diction- Dapprima, ripetendendo lerrore


naire. Cest terriblement simple. commesso in giovent, scrisse di
En franais cela signifie cheval animali che conosceva poco, e le
de bois. En allemand va te faire, sue favole risonarono di ruggiti e
au revoir, la prochaine. En rou- barriti. Poi si fece pi umano, se
main oui en effet, vous avez rai- cos si pu dire, scrivendo degli
son, cest a, daccord, vraiment, animali che credeva di conoscere.
on sen occupe, etc. Cest un mot Cos la mosca gli regal una gran
international. Seulement un mot et quantit di favole dimostrandosi un
ce mot comme mouvement. Trs animale pi utile di quanto si creda.
facile comprendre. Lorsquon en In una di quelle favole ammirava la
fait une tendance artistique, cela velocit del dittero, velocit spre-
revient vouloir supprimer les cata perch non gli serviva n a
complications. Psychologie Dada. raggiungere la preda n a garantire
Allemagne Dada y compris indiges- la sua incolumit. Qui faceva la mo-
tions et crampes brouillardeuses, rale una testuggine. Unaltra favola
littrature Dada, bourgeoisie Dada esaltava la mosca che distruggeva
et vous, trs vnrs potes, vous le cose sozze da essa tanto amate.
qui avez toujours fait de la posie Una terza si meravigliava che la
avec des mots, mais qui nen faites mosca, lanimale pi ricco docchi,
jamais du mot lui-mme, vous qui veda tanto imperfettamente. Infi-
tournez autour dun simple point en ne una raccontava di un uomo che,
potisant. Guerre mondiale Dada dopo di aver schiacciato una mosca
et pas de fin, rvolution Dada et noiosa, le grid: Ti ho beneficata;

MAGYAR (HUNGARIAN) POLSKI (POLISH)


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Hajnali kt rakor a segdtiszt Od wczoraj jaki niepokj panuje w


belpett a tbornok szobjba s uliczce. Stary Mendel dziwi si i
jelentette, hogy a jrrk elindultak czciej ni zwykle nakada krtk
a hodricsi ton. Az asztalra lltott ajk patrzc w okno. Tych ludzi nie
petrleumlmpa krl szttere- widzia on tu jeszcze. Gdzie id? Po
getett tereprajzok s jelentsek co przystaj z robotnikami, piesz-
hevertek, rajtuk keresztbe dobva cymi do kopania fundamentw pod
egy ezstgombos lovaglplca. A nowy dom niciarza Greulicha? Skd
tbornok a szoba kzepn llt s si tu wziy te obszarpane wyrost-
hideg arccal hallgatta a segdtiszt ki? Dlaczego patrz tak po sie-
szavait. Kurtra nyrt szakla r- niach? Skd maj pienidze, e id
tesen csillogott a lmpafnyben. w piciu do szynku? Stary Mendel
Aranykeretes szemvege mgl krci gow, smokczc may, silnie
jeges nyugalommal csillmlottak el wygity winiowy cybuszek. On zna
kk szemei. Csupa energia volt ez tak dobrze t uliczk cich. Jej
a hat lb magas, karcs ember, aki fizjonomi, jej ruch. jej gosy, jej
egy hnap eltt vette t a feldunai ttno. Wie, kiedy zza ktrego wga
hadtest parancsnoksgt. De most wyjrzy w dzie pogodny soce; ile
mgis, mintha valami fradtsgot dzieci przebiegnie rankiem, drep-
vagy inkbb fsultsgot rultak cc do ochronki, do szkoy; ile
volna el mozdulatai. Nmn blin- zwidych dziewczt w ciemnych
tott s mikor a segdtiszt mgtt chustkach, z maymi blaszeczkami
becsukdott az ajt, kimerlten w rku przejdzie po trzy, po cztery,
dobta magt a kopott dvnyra. Kt do fabryki cygar na robot; ile

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PORTUGUS (PORTUGUESE) SUOMI (FINNISH)


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D. Benedita levantou-se, no dia He olivat ystvi ystvyydess, joka


seguinte, com a idia de escrever oli lheisemp kuin veljeys. Nello
uma carta ao marido, uma longa oli pieni Ardennelainen Patras
carta em que lhe narrasse a festa suuri Flamandilainen. He olivat sa-
da vspera, nomeasse os convivas man ikisi vuosilla mitattuna, mut-
e os pratos, descrevesse a recep- ta kuitenkin toinen oli viel nuori,
o noturna, e, principalmente, toinen oli jo vanha. He olivat asu-
desse notcia das novas relaes neet yhdess koko ikns; molem-
com D. Maria dos Anjos. A mala mat he olivat orpoja ja kurjia sek
fechava-se s duas horas da tar- saivat leipns samasta kdest. Se
de, D. Benedita acordara s nove, oli ollut heidn siteens alku, heidn
e, no morando longe (morava no ensimminen sympatian sikeen-
Campo da Aclamao), um escravo s; se oli vahvistunut piv pivl-
levaria a carta ao correio muito a t ja kasvanut heidn mukanaan
tempo. Demais, chovia; D. Benedi- kiinten ja erottamattomana niin,
ta arredou a cortina da janela, deu ett he alkoivat rakastaa toisiansa
com os vidros molhados; era uma erittin paljon. Heidn kotinsa oli
chuvinha teimosa, o cu estava pieni mkki pienen Flamandilaisen
todo brochado de uma cor pardo- kyln reunalla, peninkulman pss
-escura, malhada de grossas nu- Antverpenist. Kyl sijaitsi leveiden
vens negras. Ao longe, viu flutuar laidunkaistaleiden ja viljavainioiden
e voar o pano que cobria o balaio vliss, ja sen lpi virtaavan suuren
que uma preta levava cabea: kanavan reunamilla kasvoi pitkt
concluiu que ventava. Magnfico dia rivit tuulessa taipuvia poppeleita ja

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Klockan var mellan tta och nio den Sadk gen, aralad kapy ekince,
vackra majmorgonen, d Arvid Falk yine birden kararan sanduka sku-
efter scenen hos brodern vandrade nu iinde, skender Paa, galeyansz
gatorna framt, missnjd med sig ibadetine balard. Artk dnyaya
sjlv, missnjd med brodern och dair hibir midi kalmamt. stedi-
missnjd med det hela. Han ns- i yalnz bir iman selametiydi. Vka
kade att det vore mulet och att han korkak bir adam deildi. Ama, mu-
hade dligt sllskap. Att han var en hakkak bir lm her gn, her saat,
skurk, det trodde han icke fullt p, her dakika, hatta her saniye bekle-
men han var icke njd med sig sjlv, mek Onun cesaretini krm, sinir-
han var s van att stlla hga ford- lerini zayflatmt. Evet, ya kafas
ringar p sig, och han var inlrd kesilecek, ya boulacakt! Dn-
att i brodern se ett slags styvfar, dke, ensesinde souk bir satrn
fr vilken han hyste stor aktning, sarih temasn duyar gibi oluyordu.
nstan vrdnad. Men ven andra Bu sarih temas silinirken karsna
tankar dko upp och gjorde honom kendi bouk hayali gelirdi; gzleri
bekymrad. Han var utan pengar och patlam, kavuu bir tarafa yuvar-
utan sysselsttning. Detta senare lanm, boynu yal bir kement ile
var kanske det vrsta ty sysslols- sklm, ayandan pabular k-
heten var honom en svr fiende, m, ipek kua zlm, karanlk,
begvad med en aldrig vilande kpkl azndan siyah dili sarkm
fantasi som han var. Under ganska bir naa skender Paann yer-
obehagliga funderingar hade han de srnen ls! Titrer, gzlerini
kommit ner p Lilla Trdgrdsgatan; outurur, yine salt- selamlarn

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styles included in complete family about the designer

Druk Text Wide Medium Berton Hasebe (born 1982) moved from
Druk Text Wide Medium Italic Hawaii to study and work in Los Angeles,
Druk Text Wide Bold obtaining a BFA from Otis College of Art and
Druk Text Wide Bold Italic Design in 2005. In 2007 he moved to the
Druk Text Wide Heavy Netherlands to study type design through
Druk Text Wide Heavy Italic the Type and Media masters course at the
Druk Text Wide Super Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague.
Druk Text Wide Super Italic Berton has resided in New York since 2008,
and was a staff designer with Commercial
Type from 2008 to 2013, when he left to
start his own studio.
supported languages Bertons typefaces have been awarded
by the New York and Tokyo Type Directors
Afrikaans, Albanian, Asturian, Basque, Club, the ATypI, and the BRNO Biennial. In
Breton, Bosnian, Catalan, Cornish, Croatian, 2012 he was awarded Print Magazines 20
Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto, under 30 Award. Berton currently teaches
Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, Galician, typography at Parsons and type design at
German, Greenlandic, Guarani, Hawaiian, The University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
Hungarian, Ibo, Icelandic, Indonesian,
Irish, Gaelic, Italian, Kurdish, Latin, Latvian,
Lithuanian, Livonian, Malagasy, Maltese,
Maori, Moldavian, Norwegian, Occitan, copyright
Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Romansch,
Saami, Samoan, Scots, Scottish Gaelic, 2015 Commercial Type.
Serbian (Latin), Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish All rights reserved.
(Castillian), Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Commercial is a registered trademark &
Turkish, Walloon, Welsh, Wolof Druk is a trademark of Schwartzco Inc.,
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