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January 29, 1947 ― Again I slept late. But there’s something in the New York air that makes sleep useless; perhaps it’s because your heart beats more quickly here than elsewhere―people with heart conditions sleep less, and many New Yorkers die of heart problems. In any case, I’m enjoying this windfall: the days seem too short.
Breakfast in the corner drugstore is a celebration. Orange juice, toast, café au lait―an unadulterated pleasure. Sitting on my revolving stool, I participate in a moment of American life. My solitude does not separate me from my neighbors, who are also eating alone. Rather, it’s the pleasure I feel that isolates me from them. They are simply eating; they’re not on vacation.
– Simone de Beauvoir, America Day by Day (English translation of L’Amérique au Jour le Jour,based on her diary during he first trip to the United States)

(Source: beauvoiriana)

jaidefinichon:

perros qls bacanes, los gatos no tienen corazón 

(Source: lolgifs.net, via jocosidad)

highfashionandmakeup:

Sasha Pivovarova in Atelier Versace for Vogue Italia, September 2007
Editorial: Couture Memoirs by Paolo Roversi

highfashionandmakeup:

Sasha Pivovarova in Atelier Versace for Vogue Italia, September 2007

Editorial: Couture Memoirs by Paolo Roversi

woaiyu:


"Nous ne voulons pas d’un monde où la certitude de ne pas mourir de faim s’échange contre le risque de mourir d’ennui."
——Translation:"We don’t want a world where the guarantee of not dying of starvation brings the risk of dying of boredom."-May 1968 FRENCH Protest 

woaiyu:

"Nous ne voulons pas d’un monde où la certitude de ne pas mourir de faim s’échange contre le risque de mourir d’ennui."


——Translation:
"We don’t want a world where the guarantee of not dying of starvation brings the risk of dying of boredom."
-May 1968 FRENCH Protest 


consciousmotion:

"You can’t impose authority. You must earn it" Professor Daniel Bell’s response to the 1968 student protests at Columbia University. 

Each of these photos are of Columbia students protesting the university’s government research for the Vietnam War and their attempt to create a university gym in Morningside Park that would allocate public green space to the private university. Later plans included a public gym in the same complex, but that would have segregated the mostly black Harlem community from the college affiliates. The students took over countless buildings, including the President’s office in Low Library. The occupation lasted nearly a week, and came to a violent end when over 700 NY police officers bombarded and physically extracted students from campus. Finals were canceled that Spring.

The top picture is of a student protester sitting in President Kirk’s office chair smoking a doobie. 

We’re not saying that ideology is smoke and mirrors (or any other con- cept that serves to designate an illusion). We’re saying: there is no ideology, the concept itself is an illusion… . there are only organizations of power, once you accept that the organization of power is the unity of desire and the economic infrastructure. Let’s take two examples. Education: the Leftists of May ‘68 wasted a lot of time insisting that professors publicly criticize themselves as agents of bourgeois ideology. It’s stupid, and it fuels the masochistic impulses of academics. They abandoned the struggle against the competitive examination and opted instead for polemic, or the great public anti-ideological confession. During which time, the most hard-line profs were able to reorganize their power without too much difficulty. The problem of education is not ideological in nature, it’s a problem of the organization of power: the specificity of educational power makes it appear ideological, but that’s a red-herring. Power in grammar school, now that means something, every child is subjected to it. The second example: Christianity. The Church is all too happy to be treated as an ideology. They want to discuss it—it encourages ecumenism. But Christianity has never been an ideology. It is a very original, specific organization of power which has taken diverse forms from the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages, and which was able to invent the idea of an international power. It’s far more important than ideology
– Gilles Deleuze, On Capitalism and Desire (via post-makhno)
I was on the barricades. When I was there I never talked of reformism. I looked for only one thing: how to drown de Gaulle and the entire fucking bourgeoisie. The MPs have discussed for ten years, and in ten years they got nothing. We, on the barricades, put the state on its knees.
– A leader of the May 1968 occupation of Paris, in Charles Marker’s film A Grin Without a Cat (Le fond de l’air est rouge; 1977). (via lunasspecto)
fyeah-history:

May 1968 slogan, Paris - “It is forbidden to forbid.”

fyeah-history:

May 1968 slogan, Paris - “It is forbidden to forbid.”

faroleiro:

jean-paul sartre and michel foucault at a public demonstration on may ‘68. <3

faroleiro:

jean-paul sartre and michel foucault at a public demonstration on may ‘68. <3

transpondster:

Paris, May 1968

Slogans and graffiti in the streets:

  • The more you consume, the less you live. Commodities are the opium of the people.
  • Abolish copyrights: sound structures belong to everyone.
  • L’ennui est contre-révolutionnaire. (Boredom is counter-revolutionary.)
  • L’imagination prend le pouvoir! (Imagination takes power!)
  • Soyez réalistes, demandez l’impossible. (Be realistic, ask the impossible.)[11]
  • Prenez vos désirs pour la réalité. (Take your desires for reality.)
  • On achète ton bonheur. Vole-le. (They are buying your happiness. Steal it.)
  • Le patron a besoin de toi, tu n’as pas besoin de lui. (The boss needs you, you don’t need him.)
  • L’été sera chaud! (Summer will be hot!)
  • On ne revendiquera rien, on ne demandera rien. On prendra, on occupera. (We will beg for nothing. We will ask for nothing. We will take, we will occupy.)
  • In a society that has abolished every kind of adventure the only adventure that remains is to abolish the society.
  • Sous les pavés, la plage. (Under the paving stones, the beach.)
  • Vivre sans temps mort et jouir sans entrave. (Live without wasted time and enjoy without hindrance.)
  • Warning: ambitious careerists may now be disguised as “progressives.”
  • I love you!!! Oh, say it with paving stones!!![12]
  • Under 21? [Picture of a brick] Here is your ballot!
La inteligencia me persigue, pero yo soy más rápido
– Mayo francés o Mayo del 68 (via l-e-i-n-t-h)
Y sin embargo todo el mundo quiere respirar y nadie puede respirar; y muchos dicen ‘respiraremos más tarde’. Y la mayor parte no mueren porque ya están muertos.
Pintada en Nanterre, París (Mayo del 68).
– (via gaueko-cobain)
lavidaelegante:

una frase del tratado del saber vivir para el uso de las jovenes generaciones escrito por raoul vaneigem

lavidaelegante:

una frase del tratado del saber vivir para el uso de las jovenes generaciones escrito por raoul vaneigem

January 29, 1947 ― Again I slept late. But there’s something in the New York air that makes sleep useless; perhaps it’s because your heart beats more quickly here than elsewhere―people with heart conditions sleep less, and many New Yorkers die of heart problems. In any case, I’m enjoying this windfall: the days seem too short.
Breakfast in the corner drugstore is a celebration. Orange juice, toast, café au lait―an unadulterated pleasure. Sitting on my revolving stool, I participate in a moment of American life. My solitude does not separate me from my neighbors, who are also eating alone. Rather, it’s the pleasure I feel that isolates me from them. They are simply eating; they’re not on vacation.
– Simone de Beauvoir, America Day by Day (English translation of L’Amérique au Jour le Jour,based on her diary during he first trip to the United States)

(Source: beauvoiriana)

jaidefinichon:

perros qls bacanes, los gatos no tienen corazón 

(Source: lolgifs.net, via jocosidad)

highfashionandmakeup:

Sasha Pivovarova in Atelier Versace for Vogue Italia, September 2007
Editorial: Couture Memoirs by Paolo Roversi

highfashionandmakeup:

Sasha Pivovarova in Atelier Versace for Vogue Italia, September 2007

Editorial: Couture Memoirs by Paolo Roversi

woaiyu:


"Nous ne voulons pas d’un monde où la certitude de ne pas mourir de faim s’échange contre le risque de mourir d’ennui."
——Translation:"We don’t want a world where the guarantee of not dying of starvation brings the risk of dying of boredom."-May 1968 FRENCH Protest 

woaiyu:

"Nous ne voulons pas d’un monde où la certitude de ne pas mourir de faim s’échange contre le risque de mourir d’ennui."


——Translation:
"We don’t want a world where the guarantee of not dying of starvation brings the risk of dying of boredom."
-May 1968 FRENCH Protest 


consciousmotion:

"You can’t impose authority. You must earn it" Professor Daniel Bell’s response to the 1968 student protests at Columbia University. 

Each of these photos are of Columbia students protesting the university’s government research for the Vietnam War and their attempt to create a university gym in Morningside Park that would allocate public green space to the private university. Later plans included a public gym in the same complex, but that would have segregated the mostly black Harlem community from the college affiliates. The students took over countless buildings, including the President’s office in Low Library. The occupation lasted nearly a week, and came to a violent end when over 700 NY police officers bombarded and physically extracted students from campus. Finals were canceled that Spring.

The top picture is of a student protester sitting in President Kirk’s office chair smoking a doobie. 

We’re not saying that ideology is smoke and mirrors (or any other con- cept that serves to designate an illusion). We’re saying: there is no ideology, the concept itself is an illusion… . there are only organizations of power, once you accept that the organization of power is the unity of desire and the economic infrastructure. Let’s take two examples. Education: the Leftists of May ‘68 wasted a lot of time insisting that professors publicly criticize themselves as agents of bourgeois ideology. It’s stupid, and it fuels the masochistic impulses of academics. They abandoned the struggle against the competitive examination and opted instead for polemic, or the great public anti-ideological confession. During which time, the most hard-line profs were able to reorganize their power without too much difficulty. The problem of education is not ideological in nature, it’s a problem of the organization of power: the specificity of educational power makes it appear ideological, but that’s a red-herring. Power in grammar school, now that means something, every child is subjected to it. The second example: Christianity. The Church is all too happy to be treated as an ideology. They want to discuss it—it encourages ecumenism. But Christianity has never been an ideology. It is a very original, specific organization of power which has taken diverse forms from the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages, and which was able to invent the idea of an international power. It’s far more important than ideology
– Gilles Deleuze, On Capitalism and Desire (via post-makhno)
I was on the barricades. When I was there I never talked of reformism. I looked for only one thing: how to drown de Gaulle and the entire fucking bourgeoisie. The MPs have discussed for ten years, and in ten years they got nothing. We, on the barricades, put the state on its knees.
– A leader of the May 1968 occupation of Paris, in Charles Marker’s film A Grin Without a Cat (Le fond de l’air est rouge; 1977). (via lunasspecto)
fyeah-history:

May 1968 slogan, Paris - “It is forbidden to forbid.”

fyeah-history:

May 1968 slogan, Paris - “It is forbidden to forbid.”

faroleiro:

jean-paul sartre and michel foucault at a public demonstration on may ‘68. &lt;3

faroleiro:

jean-paul sartre and michel foucault at a public demonstration on may ‘68. <3

(Source: whatiremembered)

transpondster:

Paris, May 1968

Slogans and graffiti in the streets:

  • The more you consume, the less you live. Commodities are the opium of the people.
  • Abolish copyrights: sound structures belong to everyone.
  • L’ennui est contre-révolutionnaire. (Boredom is counter-revolutionary.)
  • L’imagination prend le pouvoir! (Imagination takes power!)
  • Soyez réalistes, demandez l’impossible. (Be realistic, ask the impossible.)[11]
  • Prenez vos désirs pour la réalité. (Take your desires for reality.)
  • On achète ton bonheur. Vole-le. (They are buying your happiness. Steal it.)
  • Le patron a besoin de toi, tu n’as pas besoin de lui. (The boss needs you, you don’t need him.)
  • L’été sera chaud! (Summer will be hot!)
  • On ne revendiquera rien, on ne demandera rien. On prendra, on occupera. (We will beg for nothing. We will ask for nothing. We will take, we will occupy.)
  • In a society that has abolished every kind of adventure the only adventure that remains is to abolish the society.
  • Sous les pavés, la plage. (Under the paving stones, the beach.)
  • Vivre sans temps mort et jouir sans entrave. (Live without wasted time and enjoy without hindrance.)
  • Warning: ambitious careerists may now be disguised as “progressives.”
  • I love you!!! Oh, say it with paving stones!!![12]
  • Under 21? [Picture of a brick] Here is your ballot!
La inteligencia me persigue, pero yo soy más rápido
– Mayo francés o Mayo del 68 (via l-e-i-n-t-h)
Y sin embargo todo el mundo quiere respirar y nadie puede respirar; y muchos dicen ‘respiraremos más tarde’. Y la mayor parte no mueren porque ya están muertos.
Pintada en Nanterre, París (Mayo del 68).
– (via gaueko-cobain)
lavidaelegante:

una frase del tratado del saber vivir para el uso de las jovenes generaciones escrito por raoul vaneigem

lavidaelegante:

una frase del tratado del saber vivir para el uso de las jovenes generaciones escrito por raoul vaneigem

"January 29, 1947 ― Again I slept late. But there’s something in the New York air that makes sleep useless; perhaps it’s because your heart beats more quickly here than elsewhere―people with heart conditions sleep less, and many New Yorkers die of heart problems. In any case, I’m enjoying this windfall: the days seem too short.
Breakfast in the corner drugstore is a celebration. Orange juice, toast, café au lait―an unadulterated pleasure. Sitting on my revolving stool, I participate in a moment of American life. My solitude does not separate me from my neighbors, who are also eating alone. Rather, it’s the pleasure I feel that isolates me from them. They are simply eating; they’re not on vacation."
"We’re not saying that ideology is smoke and mirrors (or any other con- cept that serves to designate an illusion). We’re saying: there is no ideology, the concept itself is an illusion… . there are only organizations of power, once you accept that the organization of power is the unity of desire and the economic infrastructure. Let’s take two examples. Education: the Leftists of May ‘68 wasted a lot of time insisting that professors publicly criticize themselves as agents of bourgeois ideology. It’s stupid, and it fuels the masochistic impulses of academics. They abandoned the struggle against the competitive examination and opted instead for polemic, or the great public anti-ideological confession. During which time, the most hard-line profs were able to reorganize their power without too much difficulty. The problem of education is not ideological in nature, it’s a problem of the organization of power: the specificity of educational power makes it appear ideological, but that’s a red-herring. Power in grammar school, now that means something, every child is subjected to it. The second example: Christianity. The Church is all too happy to be treated as an ideology. They want to discuss it—it encourages ecumenism. But Christianity has never been an ideology. It is a very original, specific organization of power which has taken diverse forms from the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages, and which was able to invent the idea of an international power. It’s far more important than ideology"
"I was on the barricades. When I was there I never talked of reformism. I looked for only one thing: how to drown de Gaulle and the entire fucking bourgeoisie. The MPs have discussed for ten years, and in ten years they got nothing. We, on the barricades, put the state on its knees."
"La inteligencia me persigue, pero yo soy más rápido"
"Y sin embargo todo el mundo quiere respirar y nadie puede respirar; y muchos dicen ‘respiraremos más tarde’. Y la mayor parte no mueren porque ya están muertos.
Pintada en Nanterre, París (Mayo del 68)."

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