Gilbert Garcin

Gilbert Garcin

A person’s life purpose is nothing more than to rediscover, through the detours of art, or love, or passionate work, those one or two images in the presence of which his [her] heart first opened.
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Reblogged from abundance
The biggest development in scholarly communication isn’t a [business] model but rather the sense that it’s impossible to judge importance ahead of time.
— Dan Cohen, Center for History and New Media
Reblogged from pale
cinoh:

Jenny Wildfang
2012
Monotypie

cinoh:

Jenny Wildfang

2012

Monotypie

Reblogged from pale
iamjapanese:

KAWABATA Gyokusho(川端 玉章 Japanese, 1842-1913)
Minogame  蓑亀(turtle with weeds tail) 1900

iamjapanese:

KAWABATA Gyokusho(川端 玉章 Japanese, 1842-1913)

Minogame  蓑亀(turtle with weeds tail) 1900

Reblogged from B-sides
And so it is with the wonk — he needs to appear to be deeply knowledgeable about a wide range of obscure and technical subjects. But this entails concealing both one’s ideological biases and one’s substantive lack of knowledge, and relying on the borrowed prestige of academics and experts. In doing so, the wonk becomes the conduit for the experts, or more exactly a crucial means by which their authority is reproduced.
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