Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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5 Things All Royal Wedding Bouquets Have in Common (blog)-Jun. 26, 2017
When it comes to weddings, the royal family doesn't hold back. Want proof? Prince William and Duchess Catherine spent over $1.1 million on their floral budget ...
Queen Victoria's garden of myrtle, used in every Royal ...
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A slice of Prince William and Kate's wedding cake is about to ...

HELLO! Canada-Aug. 17, 2017
Online, Fiona has previously shared her pride at making the royal cake. "The whole cake was — not just the cake but the wedding — was Kate's idea. It was all ...
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding has only just been announced but already the souvenirs are in production. British firm Emma Bridgewater ...
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Queen Elizabeth Did NOT “Ban” Obamas From Attending ...

Gossip Cop-Dec. 25, 2017
Queen Elizabeth has not “banned” the Obamas from attending the royal wedding. While guests for the upcoming event have yet to be be revealed, it is not true ...


Pearl Necklace said...

Linking cultural phenomena with explosive processes, as we
seems that Lotman some exaggerate the real situation,
deliberately coarsens it. In contrast, it should be emphasized that
culture rather is based on predictable, unpredictable, or
case, we would gradually come to a complete chaos, but we are even
unpredictable, there is an element of order.
The unpredictable area much wider sphere predictable, however, because
its unstructured, we can not feel it as a single model. Often
in this case, and this area is in the scope of permitted conduct. So, the text
all time is based on the unpredictable element

Pearl Necklace said...

You would think that all this is not too different from that
starting from the XVI century, was meant by freedom of conscience: the right to think as
want subject to proper obedience. However, Kant introduces here
another distinction - and it introduces an amazing way.
We are talking about the distinction between private and public use of reason. Kant
immediately adds, that the mind must be free in its public
use and is limited in private. This is, word for word, the opposite of
what is commonly called freedom of conscience.
We need some clarification. What, according to Kant, private
the use of reason? In what area it is carried out? According to Kant,
a person applies intelligence in a private manner when it acts as part
mechanism, that is, when he plays a certain role in society, performs
certain functions. While in military service, paying taxes, being
a priest in the parish or a government official, the person becomes
the private segment of society, he finds himself in a position in which
it needs to follow the rules and pursue certain private goals. Kant
does not require the person to be blind and foolish obedience, but the mind here
should be applied to certain conditions, to obey a particular purpose.
And therefore, there can be no free use of reason.
On the contrary, when the use of reason is the only purpose of the argument,
when a man says because he is a reasonable being (and not because
he was part of the mechanism), because it belongs to sentient humanity
then the use of the mind becomes free and public. Aufkl(rung - not
only a process that guarantees individuals their personal freedom of thought. Aufkl(rung
there is a combination of [superposition] of universal, free and public
the application of mind.