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1. "Come on, Forney.'Novalee, it's a parasite.'But it's a tradition.'It's a parasite! And you expect people yo stand under it and kiss?'Yes! it's what people do with mistletoe."
Author: Billie Letts
2. "Casový golem povstal a byl, ignoroval linearitu kolem sebe, pouze byl.Byl narušením, strašlivým proniknutím do sledu okamžiku, sraženinou v diachronii, která s nemyslící arogancí své existence nevenovala tomuto zprznení ontologie sebemenší pozornost.The time golem stood and was, ignored the linearity around it, only was. It was a violence, a terrible intrusion in the succession of moments, a clot in diachrony, and with the dumb arrogance of its existence it paid the outrage ofontology no mind."
Author: China Miéville
3. "Hegel, marele mag din Suabia, a implinit minunea pe care nici un Merlin n-o încercase vreodata,a facut sa devina reala marea aspiratie a romanticilor. Novalis visa o poezie care sa nu spuna nimic;- Hegel a construit o întreaga filozofie care nu semnifica nimic."
Author: Giovanni Papini
4. "Novalis and Dostoyevsky, awaited me just as do the mother, or the wife, the children, maids, dogs and cats in the case of more sensible people."
Author: Hermann Hesse
5. "The inner world is the world of your requirements and your energies and your structure and your possibilities that meets the outer world. And the outer world is the field of your incarnation. That's where you are. You've got to keep both going. As Novalis said, "The seat of the soul is there where the inner and outer worlds meet."Joseph Campbell, 1991, The Power of Myth, pp.68-69"
Author: Joseph Campbell

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None of us should be ashamed to speak of our class power or lack of it. Overcoming fear, even the fear of being immodest, and acting courageously to bring issues of class- especially radical standpoints – into the discourse of blackness is a gesture of militant defiance, one that runs counter to bourgeois insistence that we think of "money" in particular and class in general as private matters."
Author: Bell Hooks

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