Kuki Shuzo was a cosmopolitan member of an early twentieth-century modernising elite in Japan.
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La vérité de la littérature serait dans l’erreur de l’infini. Le monde où nous vivons et tel que nous le vivons est heureusement borné. Il nous suffit de quelques pas pour sortir de notre chambre, de quelques années pour sortir de notre vie. Mais supposons que, dans cet étroit espace, soudain obscur, soudain aveugles, nous nous égarions.
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Cartonnage de l´édition illustré d´une photographie. - Edition originale réalisée dápres une maquette de Herman en collaboration avec Marc Attali et Jacques Attali. The book is full of snatched images of woman in public, on the streets and in cafes, voyeuristically focusing on their bodies, primarily legs.
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Pierre Klossowski, the lapsed Catholic intellectual with a Polish aristocratic title (his brother being the notorious Balthus), a childhood education in Germany, and a legacy of philosophical treatises on Nietzche and Sade, has never been the most lucid of writers. In fact he never even tried that particular trick. Klossowski studied Latin so extensively, it corrupted his French, leading him to a lifetime love of archaic words and long, multi-part sentences with some pretty extended sub-clauses. Yet his influence was such that not only did intellectual giants such as Foucault declare themselves fans, Klossowski's system of thought and of writing was an explicit influence on works like Foucault's own "History Of Sexuality".
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