John Carroll Quote

The 'I think, therefore I am' of Descartes, the 'I feel, therefore I am' of late eighteenth century Romanticism, and the 'I possess therefore I am' of bourgeois man are dogmas, partial at that, incorporated to define a being that is incapable of defining itself.


p. 40 - Break-Out from the Crystal Palace (1974)

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The 'I think, therefore I am' of Descartes, the 'I feel, therefore I am' of late eighteenth century Romanticism, and the 'I possess therefore I am'...

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The 'I think, therefore I am' of Descartes, the 'I feel, therefore I am' of late eighteenth century Romanticism, and the 'I possess therefore I am'...

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The 'I think, therefore I am' of Descartes, the 'I feel, therefore I am' of late eighteenth century Romanticism, and the 'I possess therefore I am'...

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The 'I think, therefore I am' of Descartes, the 'I feel, therefore I am' of late eighteenth century Romanticism, and the 'I possess therefore I am'...