The agreeable eye

an eudæmonistarchives

More specifically concerning: aphorism

pseudaphoristica (1)

6 June 2003, around 8.26.

darkness.

pseudaphoristica (2)

11 June 2003, around 12.34.

omphalos.

pseudaphoristica (4)

29 June 2003, around 8.26.

dilemma.

pseudaphoristica (5)

1 September 2003, around 16.32.

missive.

resartus

16 September 2003, around 8.25.

Loud plaid trousers are not so much an abomination as a gross error in judgment; one must be wary of persons who wear such things. Also — Emily Dickinson deconstructs: Finding is the first Act The second, loss, Third, Expedition for the ‘Golden Fleece’ Fourth, no Discovery – Fifth, no Crew – Finally, no Golden […]

pseudaphoristica (7)

11 January 2004, around 11.57.

periphrasis.

pseudaphoristica (8)

4 March 2004, around 15.05.

vartue.

cyclic

4 May 2004, around 8.22.

To move away from one thing is not necessarily to approach another, though this may be the unintended consequence; to move towards an object does not require departing from another – but this, too, often happens. Few can observe their impulses with perspicacity.

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