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17.06.2008 - Interpretation of dali48
And who may be astonished when he has survived there, where godlessness was forbidden - and the misery of the world and of his own society pushed for an unfulfilled catechism of a dogmatic kind, and a future which was shifted ever further and further? - Without removing the garbage heaps under which he (God) is hidden, and complaining the appearance of "God" there... - for the justification of a social system here (in the West)...
Again and again, whether we as Christians or atheists breed our conviction, we will profit for one or another system of thought, which is represented in a rightful way... - We, who are so humble, lack something: humility, which is not to be confused with subordination, obedience, or even submission. We always want to subdue and conquer, no miracle in a civilization whose first foreign-language reading was for a long time the Bellum Gallicum of Julius Caesar... - ...was a catechism that was a fable of infallibility and the complete, fixed and finished problems - that I see possibilities of approach between the stranger in Camus' sense, the strangeness of Kafka's staff and the embodied "God", who also has remained a stranger... - And what empire has ever been without language imperialism, that is, the spread of one's own, and the oppression of the language of the ruled? - There is a lot of parson in it: to withhold others incarnation and sensuality, by working out new catechisms, where only of the dogmatic right and truly false expressions are spoken - Literature moves you to South or North America, to Sweden, India, Africa. It can also move you to another class, other time, other religion and other race... - And the internationality of the resistance must have been preserved, which has preserved or made the one, A. Solzhenitsyn, faithfully, and Arrabal, to a fierce and bitter opponent of religion and the Church... - The strength of the undivided literature is not the neutralization of the directions but the internationality of the resistance, and this resistance includes poetry, incarnation, sensuality, imagination, and the beauty... - Art is still a good hiding place: not for dynamite, but for spiritual explosives and social upheavals... - It seems to me pointless to denounce or glorify the young or the old. It seems to me pointless to dream of old orders, which can only be reconstructed in museums... - The new wave of nostalgia only proves - that the new world becomes more and more alien to us... (H. Böll, Nobel L 1972)
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