Archivi tag: Biante
Dear Weight Loss,
your nickname perfectly interprets the most famous explicit written by Umberto Eco “stat rosa pristina nomine, nomina nuda tenemus” (Il Nome della Rosa) I would suggest this book. it has been translated into over 40 languages; you can easily choose your favorite, online too.
I think you really know what a blog could be: your diary, an autobiographical novel, an hobby, the place – all over the world a more open – where you can collect notes, aphorisms, concerns, comments, thoughts, ideas, problems, points, images, concepts, visions, concerns, notions, worries, anxieties, conceptions. And share them or not, if you believe your posts may not be of interest.
But I don’t think you’ve only lost the weight, Dear Loss: you lost the critical capacity, the deal in a curious way with the other, the different; with success and failure, between news and propaganda, between thinking and replicate. Between being original and ape.
The environment is therefore an area of particular concern to my business. I’ve read up on nuclear issues since College. That’s all. I read articles on Reuters Press Agency, i summarized and rewrote the core news on my blog. This is exactly what happens in every newspaper in the world every day. I do not care how many clicks or how many followers can visit my blog; I’m interested in what I feel, what I believe, what I dream and how the blog would help me and at the same time might help someone who shares the same thoughts, the same interests, the same vision. Or not. You’re free, unlimited and open to argue your opinions, not to shoot judgments or invent subtle insults disguised as criticism: I believe in the philosophy of Voltaire, but I can not explain how I feel about not being able to share this with you. Because of how I am, I could never write this kind of comments like yours. The origin of Western philosophy goes back to a sentence of Biante of Priene, the most famous of the Seven Sages. He said he preferred to judge a matter between two enemies, rather than between two friends, because in the first case would be procured a friend while in the second case one of his friends would be turned into an enemy. He argued that the sweetest thing for men is the hope and the thing most rejoice is the gain; also advised to love others like we were destined also to hate them, because most of the men is evil. He was asked to write a sentence wise on the pediment of the Temple of the Oracle at Delphi, and he engraved: “οἱ πλειστoι κακoί (the majority is bad).” The most are bad, that the majority of people is bad, or better yet the majority is bad. And you’ve discovered with your comment from a side.