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I claim that melancholy occurs not when we lose the object, but precisely when the object is here but we lose the desire for it. This is why modern philosophical subject cogito is deeply melancholic. Everything is here, but you no longer desire it. And so I claim that this is the enigma of modernity. It’s not some kind of protestant ethics which prohibits I don’t know what. It’s that you lose desire, and prohibitions come — precisely a desperate, secondary attempt to resuscitate desire. Slavoj Žižek   (via jvngl)

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lavandula:

トリコ コム デ ギャルソン / tricot comme des garçons, spring.summer 14

lavandula:

トリコ コム デ ギャルソン / tricot comme des garçons, spring.summer 14

alegbra:

wait just a fucking second

alegbra:

wait just a fucking second

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wandrlust:

La reproduction interdite (Not to be Reproduced), 1937 — René Magritte

wandrlust:

La reproduction interdite (Not to be Reproduced), 1937 — René Magritte

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1965: Leonard Bernstein and daughter at a Beatles concert

1965: Leonard Bernstein and daughter at a Beatles concert

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Scarborough College, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, 1964-66
(John Andrews)

fuckyeahbrutalism:

Scarborough College, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, 1964-66

(John Andrews)

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