Saturday, November 23, 2019

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Fox Reality Series Has American Women Believing They're ... 26, 2014
With Britain (and the world) on Royal Wedding watch as speculation intensifies that Prince Harry may be close to proposing to long-time girlfriend Cressida ...
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The British are coming! Recounting Prince Charles' visits to ...

CTV News-May 18, 2014
Prince Charles, Camilla to embark on royal tour that honours Canada's past ... their 2009 visit, as the 2011 royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton ...
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The Bride Didn't Always Wear White

New York Times-Jun. 27, 2014
And, of course, nothing garnered more coverage than a royal wedding. On a recent morning, a crowd of museumgoers gathered in a corner of the exhibit space ...
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Queen Letizia recycles dress she wore to William and Kate's ... 25, 2014
Queen Letizia of Spain was spotted recycling the dress that she wore to the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, née Kate Middleton, back in ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

A few more words to complete and return to Kant.
I don't know, will we ever come of age. Much of our
experience convinces us that the historical event Aufkl(rung did not make us
more than adults; that we are not with them today. However, I
it seems that you can make sense of this critical issue concerning
the present and ourselves which Kant formulated by reflecting on Aufkl(rung.
It seems to me that that is the way of philosophy, which
the last two centuries has had such a relevance and validity.
The critical ontology of ourselves, of course, should not be considered as
theory. not as doctrine or even as a permanent body accumulated
knowledge; it must be understood as a setting, an ethos, a philosophical life; when
criticism of what we represent is both historical
analysis of our boundaries and explore the possibilities of their transition.
This philosophical setting should be realized in various kinds of
survey. They have their methodological coherence as archaeological and
genealogical research practices, considering at the same time as
technological type of rationality and the strategic games of liberty; in
theoretical terms of their connectedness is to define historically
unique shapes, which carried a problematization of the most common
our relationship to things, to others and to ourselves. Finally, in practical
terms of this connectedness is the desire to expose
historical-critical reflection to the test of concrete practices. I don't know
is it possible to say that critical work still predpolagaet
faith in the Enlightenment; but I think it still requires
our own limits - patient labor giving form
the impatience of freedom.