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We talk a lot, themselves comparable in our "watery"it is well-mixed fluid -- ambiguous word "chat". Ancientsaid thicker and smaller than ours. It was pretty to write on stone with a chisel;then he began to speak on the plates of the cutter, then on papyrus or parchmentpaint; the human spirit dilute and the word was expired all abundant. Finallyformer receivers have become too small: it was necessary to give the source of the increasing pressureacoplasticos inside words -- and not by accident, but at the appointed hour, wasinvented the printing press, precisely opened the channel to the free poolsoulful liquid in countless slavemasters -- in books, then in Newspapers"(Ibid.P.127). As if in violation of this law writing mnogorazovogo, yearpreviously real life.Ivanov and M. O. Gershenzon published a book called"Correspondence from two corners" with the following advance notice from the publisher: "The letters number twelve, written in the summer of 1920, when botha friend lived together in the same room, in the health resort "for workers of science andliterature" in Moscow" (Ivanov Vyach., Gershenzon M. O. Correspondence of the twoangles. -- PG., 1921. P.7). And the last feature of M. O. Gershenzon. He worked not onlyon the issue of dissolution of a man in public; not less of itinterested in the problem of the individual as object and subject. He wrote in"Triple image of perfection" (1918): "We are a vast pluralityphenomena appear to be collected into groups, and each individual phenomenon inour eyes -- indifferent member of a certain unity. Personal names,saved us -- the names of rivers, mountains, valleys, cities, etc., - vestigesa distant past; we, the people of the 20th century, you could almost as convenientlyto settle for any conventional signs, as in the modern cities of the Westthe streets are already designated with numbers or letters" (Gershenzon M. O.The triple image of perfection. - M., 1918. P.35). This penetrating formulation of future issues as they prescientlyallowed. Loss of personal things connected with the loss of the personal inthe man and the twentieth century give to this many examples. The very same M. O. Gershenzonwrote: "a generic term-as doesvery sword: it cuts off not only a personalin the object but in the observer.
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