The Art of Tetman Callis

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Barely Otherwise

August 28th, 2013 · No Comments

Evanston is a town that sits on the left shoulder of Chicago, facing up (right shoulder if you’re facing down). It is protected by an asphalt moat patrolled by civilian traffic, a vast cemetary where fog twists around large monuments to people barely otherwise remembered, and a train track fatally electrified and lined by deciduous […]

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Tags: Economics · Oniontown · Poems · Words

It’s just a flesh wound

August 28th, 2013 · No Comments

“It has never been faith but always freedom from faith, that half-stoical and smiling unconcern with the seriousness of faith, that has enraged slaves in their masters and against their masters.  ‘Enlightenment’ enrages: for the slave wants the unconditional, he understands in the domain of morality too only the tyrannical, he loves as he hates, […]

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Tags: Friedrich Nietzsche · Lit & Crit