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Story image for royal wedding from TIME

'It Looks Really Bad.' This Man Has a 36-Year-Old Piece of ...

TIME-Aug. 19, 2017
This Man Has a 36-Year-Old Piece of Princess Diana's Wedding Cake ... John Hoatson of Fort Lauderdale has a collection of royal memorabilia, though he says ...
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It's on! Prince Harry, Meghan Markle confirm engagement 24, 2017
Royal officials have revealed that Prince Harry designed the engagement ring himself, .... The news follows months of speculation about when the royal wedding ...
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What are the wedding protocols Prince Harry and Meghan ...

The Sun-Nov. 27, 2017
THE ROYAL Family is busy preparing for the upcoming wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. The loved-up pair will tie the knot on Saturday and the ...
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The Time Machine: A Royal Wedding Gone Awry

The Wire-Jul. 30, 2017
About three decades ago, on July 29, 1981, was the first royal fairytale wedding that was televised for the world to see. The heir-apparent, Prince Charles got ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

We can also inquire into the present, trying to decipher it
signs announcing a future event. This is the principle sort of
historical hermeneutics, an example of which are the work of Augustine.
- You can also analyze the present and as a transition point to the dawn
of the new world. That is what Vico describes in the last Chapter of Principles of philosophy
in "present day", he sees "the most perfect civilization,
propagating the peoples of subordinates, for the most part, multiple
the great monarch" or "Europe, shining an incomparable civilization", or
"the abundance of all goods that constitute happiness of human life."
However, Kant raises the question of Aufkl(rung quite different: it is not
world era to which we belong, not an event, signs of which we
notice not the dawn of a certain future accomplishment. Kant defines the Aufkl(rung
almost only in a negative way, as Ausgang as "exit" or "Exodus". In
other texts about the history of he sometimes raises the question about the origin or
defines the inner end goal [finalit(] historical process. But
the Aufkl(rung we are talking about pure actuality. Kant does not seek
to understand the present on the basis of some totality or of a future completion. It
looking for differences: what's new brought today compared to yesterday?
3) I will not enter here into the details of this text, which seem
to me, despite its brevity, his wife is quite clear. I would just
highlight three or four features that seem to me important for
in order to understand how Kant set the philosophical question about the present.
Kant immediately points to the fact that this "way out" that characterizes
Aufkl(rung - a process that releases us from the status
the "minority". By "minority" he understands this state
our will, which compels us to submit to someone's authority and
allow him to lead us in areas where we should use the mind.
Kant gives three examples: we are in a "minority"
when the book replaces our mind, when the spiritual guide replaces us
conscience, when a doctor instead of us determines our mode (note that here
it is easy to know the direction of three of Kant's critic, although the text does not say
about it directly). In any case, the Aufkl(rung is determined by the change
the already existing relationship between the will, authority and the use of