noviembre 23, 2011

noviembre 23, 2011

noviembre 23, 2011

Beginning with art, one can more easily move on to a truly liberating philosophical science.

Human, All Too Human Part I by Nietzsche (via thedailynietzsche)

noviembre 23, 2011

mizenscen:

La Bohème, 1926.  Dir. King Vidor.

Conversación (fragmento)

noviembre 23, 2011

-Hoy tengo examen de alemán
-Yo salgo a las 9:00 p.m. Del Centro de Idiomas
-Paso por ti cuando salga, entonces
-Estoy en “X” salón, suerte con tu examen. Que Wittgestein te acompañe.

Esa ha sido una magnífica salvación mítica. Ja.

noviembre 23, 2011

noviembre 23, 2011

life:

When Albert Einstein died on April 18, 1955, his funeral and cremation were intensely private affairs, and only one photographer managed to capture the events of that extraordinary day: LIFE magazine’s Ralph Morse.

“I grabbed my cameras and drove the 90 miles to Princeton from my home in northern New Jersey. Einstein died at the Princeton Hospital, so I headed there first. But it was chaos — so many journalists, photographers, onlookers milling around outside what, back then, was a really small hospital. ‘Forget this,’ I said, and headed over to the building where Einstein’s office was.”

Above: Ralph Morse’s photograph of Einstein’s office in Princeton, taken hours after Einstein’s death and captured exactly as the Nobel Prize-winner left it.

(see more LIFE at 75: LIFE Photographers Look Back)

noviembre 23, 2011

– (by Latyrx)

noviembre 23, 2011

antiquecameras:

Portrait of a Man with a size of 181cm  by Roman Pfeffer