Ueber die

allmähliche

Verfertigung

der

Gedanken

beim

Reden.


For it is not we who know, but it is primarily a certain state within us that knows.

H. v. Kleist

When I find myself at loss for words, I often remember an essay I had read in school, Ueber die allmähliche Verfertigung der …

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transformations

by way of

sheets

of

style

to the

Kirby Content Mgmt. Sys.


The only joy in the world is to begin. It is good to be alive because living is beginning, always, every moment. When this sensation is lacking—as when one is in prison, or ill, or stupid, or when living has become a habit—one might as well be dead.

Cesare Pavese

OCTAVO1 is a theme for the Kirby CMS, originally inspired by a blog post by Clive Thompson, Why 18th century books looked like…

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conjectures

on

original composition.

in a

letter

to the

author

of

Sir Charles Grandison.


Si habet aliquod tanquam pabulum studii, & doctrine stiosa senectute nihil est jucundius.

Cic.

WE confess the Follies of Youth without a Blush ; not so, those of Age. However keep me a little in countenance by considering,…

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