The Kantian Theory of Space

This is a work of Cut-up Utilizing the cut-up method of  creating  literary experiences.  The photo-collages and the various pieces of the wikipedia  are purposely placed in a manner akin to architecture  Or a fishbowl or a flower arrangement.

Psychiatrists and other physicians have in theory given up the use of “hysteria”, replacing it with more euphemistic terms that are essentially synonyms. These include “psychosomatic”, “functional”, “nonorganic”, “psychogenic“, and “medically unexplained”. In 1980 the American Psychiatric Association officially changed the diagnosis of “hysterical neurosis, conversion type” to “conversion disorder“. Hysteria also has significant overlap with the diagnostic term “somatization disorder” and with somatoform disorders in general.

 

First published in 1882 by John Ballou Newbrough (1828–1891), and reported by him to have been produced by automatic writing.

Two dozen wooden objects bearing Rongorongo inscriptions, some heavily weathered, burned, or otherwise damaged, were collected in the late 19th century and are now scattered in museums and private collections. None remain on Easter Island. The objects are mostly tablets shaped from irregular pieces of wood, sometimes driftwood, but include a chieftain’s staff, a bird-man statuette, and two reimiro ornaments. There are also a few petroglyphs which may include short rongorongo inscriptions. Oral history suggests that only a small elite was ever literate and that the tablets were sacred.

Smith’s 1827 announcement that he had uncovered an ancient golden book brought him local notoriety. The curious came to see the wooden chest where they were told the plates were stored; but Smith said that the angel had commanded him not to show the plates to anyone else until a later date. After moving near his wife’s parents in northern Pennsylvania, Smith dictated to scribes what he said was an English translation of the inscribed characters on the plates, a language he called reformed Egyptian. This reputed translating took place sporadically between 1827 and 1829 and consisted, according to most accounts, of Smith’s looking into a hat containing a “seer stone” in which he said he could see the translated words and characters.[3]

At Arequipa, Guzmán completed bachelor degrees in philosophy and law. His dissertations were entitled The Kantian Theory of Space and The Bourgeois Democratic State. In 1962, Guzmán was recruited as a professor of philosophy by the rector of San Cristóbal of Huamanga University in Ayacucho, a city in the central Peruvian Andes. The rector was Dr. Efraín Morote Best, an anthropologist who some believe later became the true intellectual leader of the Shining Path movement. Encouraged by Morote, Guzmán studied Quechua, the language spoken by Perus indigenous population, and became increasingly active in left-wing political circles. He attracted several like-minded young academics committed to bringing about revolution in Peru. Guzmán was arrested twice during the 1970s because of his participation in violent riots in the city of Arequipa against the government of presidents Velasco Alvarado and Belaunde Terry. He visited the Peoples Republic of China for the first time in 1965. After serving as the head of personnel for San Cristóbal of Huamanga University, Guzmán left the institution in the mid-1970s and went underground.

On October 4, 2006, the two relatives whom Roberts said he molested 20 years ago told police that no such abuse had ever happened, throwing a new layer of mystery over the gunman’s motive and mental state during the shooting.[34]

He ordered the female children to line up against the chalkboard and allowed a pregnant woman, three parents with infants, and all remaining male students to exit the building. One female student also escaped: nine-year-old Emma Fisher (whose two older sisters remained inside).[8] The nine-year old, who spoke only Pennsylvania German, had not understood Roberts order, Stay here. Do not move, YOU WILL BE SHOT. and followed her brother, Peterli, out of the building, leaving ten hostages.

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The Kantian Theory of Space

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