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Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Lucy Noir …

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… Continued from August 26

Heidegger, "Hölderlin and the Essence of Poetry,"
translated by Douglas Scott, in Existence and Being  ,
Regnery, 1949, pp. 291-316—

IMAGE- Page 304 of Heidegger's 'Existence and Being' - Heidegger's essay 'Hölderlin and the Essence of Poetry,' tr. by Douglas Scott, publ. by Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, in 1949

See as well Readings for St. Patrick's Day, March 17, 2005.

Monday, June 8, 2015

Lughnasa Note

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See Burning Patrick.

See as well Night of Lunacy.

Monday, April 6, 2015

For the Church of the Mad Men

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Taylor,  Buttrick,  Taylor on Buttrick

IMAGE- Heidegger quote continued, ending with reference to Hölderlin's 'night of lunacy'

Heidegger, “Hölderlin and the Essence of Poetry,”
translated by Douglas Scott, in Existence and Being  ,
Regnery, 1949

Thursday, October 9, 2014

October Nine: Lyche at Bodø

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Click to enlarge.

See also Apollo in this  journal.

“Nine is a very powerful Nordic number.”

Katherine Neville, who deserves some sort of prize for literature.

IMAGE- Heidegger quote continued, ending with reference to Hölderlin's 'night of lunacy'

Heidegger, “Hölderlin and the Essence of Poetry,”
translated by Douglas Scott, in Existence and Being  ,
Regnery, 1949

Sunday, May 5, 2013

Night of Lunacy*

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Structure vs. Character continued

   IMAGE- The 3x3 square   

Structure

IMAGE- Chinese character for 'well' and I Ching Hexagram 48, 'The Well'


Character

Related vocabulary:

Nick Tosches on the German word "Quell "

and Heidegger on Hölderlin.

* The title is from Heidegger.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Claves Regni Caelorum

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Or: Night of Lunacy

From 9 PM Monday

IMAGE- Page 304 of Heidegger's 'Existence and Being' - Heidegger's essay 'Hölderlin and the Essence of Poetry,' tr. by Douglas Scott, publ. by Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, in 1949
Note that the last line, together with the page number, forms
a sort of key

The rest  of the story—

IMAGE- Heidegger quote continued, ending with reference to Hölderlin's 'night of lunacy'

For one reinterpretation of the page number 304, see a link— 
Sermon— from Tuesday's post Diamond Speech.

The linked-to sermon itself has a link, based on a rereading
of 304 as 3/04, to a post of March 4, 2004, with…

WW and ZZ

as rendered by figures from the Kaleidoscope Puzzle

     .

Yesterday morning the same letter-combinations occurred
in a presentation at CERN of a newly discovered particle—

IMAGE- 'High mass: WW, ZZ'

(Click for context.)

Since the particle under discussion may turn out to be the
God  particle, it seems fitting to interpret WW and ZZ as part
of an imagined requiem  High Mass.

Ron Howard, director of a film about CERN and the God particle,
may regard this imaginary Mass as performed for the late
Andy Griffith, who played Howard's father in a television series.

Others may prefer to regard the imaginary Mass as performed 
for the late John E. Brooks, S. J., who served as president of
The College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass., for 24 years.

Griffith died Tuesday. Brooks died Monday.

For some background on the Holy Cross, see posts of
Sept. 14 (Holy Cross Day) and Sept. 15, 2010—

  1. Language Game,
  2. Wittgenstein, 1935, and
  3. Holy Cross Day Revisited.

For more lunacy, see…

Continue a search for thirty-three and three
— Katherine Neville, The Eight

Monday, July 2, 2012

Stiftung

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Heidegger, "Hölderlin and the Essence of Poetry,"
translated by Douglas Scott, in Existence and Being  ,
Regnery, 1949, pp. 291-316—

IMAGE- Page 304 of Heidegger's 'Existence and Being' - Heidegger's essay 'Hölderlin and the Essence of Poetry,' tr. by Douglas Scott, publ. by Henry Regnery Company, Chicago, in 1949

See also Hexagram 36.

Wednesday, June 7, 2006

Wednesday June 7, 2006

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Figures of Speech

Omen

(x)

in memory of
Arnold Newman,
dead on 6/6/6.
 

TIME magazine, issue dated June 12, 2006, item posted Sunday, June 4, 2006:

IF AT FIRST YOU DON'T SUCCEED …

By JULIE RAWE

"Nervous kids and obscure words are not the stuff of big-time TV, but this year's Scripps National Spelling Bee was an improbable nail-biter. One of the 13 finalists got reinstated after judges made a spelling error, a Canadian came in second–who knew foreign kids could compete?–and KATHARINE CLOSE, 13, prevailed in her fifth year. The eighth-grader from Spring Lake, N.J., won with ursprache. It means protolanguage. Now try to use it in conversation."

John T. Lysaker (pdf)
quoting Heidegger:
"Poetry is the
 originary language
    (Ursprache)…"

Heidegger, Erlauterungen
zu Holderlins Dichtung
.
 Frankfurt am Main:
Klostermann, 1971: 41.

See also a figure from
D-Day morning,
6/6/6:

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and a figure from
April 5, 2005:
 


(Skewed Mirrors
,
Sept. 14, 2003)

"Evil did not have
the last word."
Richard John Neuhaus,
April 4, 2005

"This is the exact opposite
of what echthroi do in
their X-ing or un-naming."
Wikipedia on
A Wind in the Door

"Lps. The keys to. Given!
 A way a lone a last
 a loved a long the
 PARIS,
 1922-1939"
 — James Joyce,
     Finnegans Wake


"There is never any ending
to Paris."
— Ernest Hemingway    

Wednesday, September 18, 2002

Wednesday September 18, 2002

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Tierra y Cielo:
Meditations on the initials TC

Tierra y Cielo en Baja:

TC Boyle:

Tortilla Curtain:

T y C, Andalucia:

Heaven and Earth in Heidegger

Cuando imaginamos algo en la tierra, este algo también se encuentra bajo el cielo, ante los divinos y junto a los mortales. Esta unidad de ellos designamos la Cuaternidad….

…Heiddeger nos presenta un ejemplo para aplicar la reflexión: un puente….

El puente coliga según su manera cabe sí tierra y cielo, los divinos y los mortales; es una cosa y lo es en tanto que la coligación de la Cuaternidad que hemos caracterizado antes. El puente coliga la Cuaternidad de tal modo que hace sitio a una plaza. Pero sólo aquello que en sí mismo es un lugar puede abrir espacio a una plaza. Antes del puente, hay muchos sitios que pueden ser ocupados por algo. De entre ellos uno se da como un lugar, y esto ocurre por la propia presencia del puente. Luego, el lugar se da por el puente. El puente es una cosa, coliga la Cuaternidad, pero coliga en el modo de otorgar (hacer sitio a) a la Cuaternidad una plaza.

See also

HEIDEGGER AND HÖLDERLIN
ON TIERRA Y CIELO

and my note of September 5,

ARROW IN THE BLUE.”

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