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Thursday, May 12, 2005

Simulacra War

Simulacra The War betwen you and all of us the criticsm folks The world became nothingness "a copy of a copy of Idea has been so dissipated in its relation to the original and they said it was no longer be said to be a copy."

The Idea could be something that reflecting my head that have been put away by someone else. I'm not afraid at all of what they have stolen from me, because the Javanese have the believes of KARMA, i believes that Simulacra is also knowed well in Arjuna Sosrobahu figure as Shiva incarnation he could also be an Umwandlung /metamorphose (simulacra) again in his anger.We are talking of New Aged and the PURPLE HAZE - Hendrix are we? :-)

Originality could not developed further by them, all of their business would be ruined while in the conservatism atmosphere the radical product ideas that still on progress of development could not directly be used, since the maturity time is still too far and abstract to be understand;-).

Happy Weekend Palgiators and hope you successfully business.

"As a historian I have become increasingly fascinated by the perennial culture conflict, at its sharpest in advanced societies, between radicals and conservatives: between, that is, those who believe the world can be reshaped by their own unguided intelligence and those who distrust reason in isolation and think it should be anchored in prescriptive wisdom, natural law and other restraints. This conflict is conducted mainly in books but powerful echoes are to be found on the stage, in music, in art and architecture and not least in public life itself. If you believe in the Hegelian dialectic, this is an example of its powerful spirit in action."
Paul Johnson - The Spectator

"Men invent new ideals because they dare not attempt old ideals. They look forward with enthusiasm, because they are afraid to look back... Tradition means giving votes to the most obscure of all classes, our ancestors. It is the democracy of the dead. Tradition refuses to submit to that arrogant oligarchy who merely happen to be walking around"
G. K. Chesterton