Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Tuesday February 14, 2006

Filed under: General — m759 @ 7:20 AM
Elitist Valentine

“… ‘elite’ is a term of opprobrium on both sides of the Atlantic for both left and right for entirely different reasons–  for the right, an ‘elitist’ is an unpatriotic, degenerate left-wing fan of the avant-garde; for the left, he is an undemocratic enemy of the people.”

— Charles Rosen, review of The Oxford History of Western Music in the Feb. 23, 2006, New York Review of Books

The first person that comes to mind as fitting both left and right descriptions is T. S. Eliot.  Hence the following:

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A Jungian on this six-line figure:

“They are the same six lines that exist in the I Ching…. Now observe the square more closely: four of the lines are of equal length, the other two are longer…. For this reason symmetry cannot be statically produced and a dance results.”
— Marie-Louise von Franz,
   Number and Time (1970)


  1. Hunger too.  Hunger results … You have to think outside the bun.
    This just makes me want a Crunch Wrap Supreme

    Happy Valentines Day – –
    (no really, I mean it.)

    Comment by BlueCollarGoddess — Tuesday, February 14, 2006 @ 12:59 PM

  2. Jaded, you’re peachy, dandy, and good to go. See comment at your site.

    Comment by m759 — Tuesday, February 14, 2006 @ 1:21 PM

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