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Story image for royal wedding from Los Angeles Times

Zara Phillips' husband shares royal baby name ... on Twitter

Los Angeles Times-Jan. 23, 2014
Zara Phillips' husband shares royal baby name ... on Twitter ... just months after Prince William and the former Kate Middleton's globally watched royal wedding.
Story image for royal wedding from Calcutta Telegraph

Stage set for royal wedding - BJP leader KV Singh Deo's ...

Calcutta Telegraph-Jan. 20, 2014
Bhubaneswar, Jan. 20: The Maharaja of Patnagarh, K.V. Singh Deo, a former minister who heads the state unit of the BJP, is pulling out all stops to make the ...
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Royal couple, Prince George to embark on New Zealand ... 2, 2014
British royals Prince William and wife Kate plan to go jet boating and sailing during an adventurous trip Down Under. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, ...
Story image for royal wedding from International Business Times UK

Royal Wedding 2014: Prince Harry About to Propose to ...

International Business Times UK-Mar. 13, 2014
Another Royal Wedding may be on the cards. Prince Harry and his girlfriend Cressida Bonas might be getting engaged sooner than expected. As per a source ...
Cressida Bonas 'not ready' to marry Prince Harry
Highly 14, 2014

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The first question that I would like to discuss here: whether
Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud has so profoundly altered the space itself
distribution of marks, the space where signs become symbols?
In the era of adopted me as a point of reference, in the sixteenth century, signs homogeneously
housed in a space that was very homogeneous in all
directions. Earth signs sent to the sky, and with the same success, to
underground world. Signs could send from man to animal, from
animal to plant and Vice versa. Since the nineteenth century, beginning with
Freud,Marx and Nietzsche, signs have been placed in the space, much
more differentiated, in terms of depth - if the depth to understand
not as something inner, but rather as external.
I, in particular, think here about the ongoing dispute, which Nietzsche
led with the idea of depth. Nietzsche criticizes the ideal depth, the depth of consciousness
he declares it an invention of philosophers. This depth usually appears as
a net internal search for truth. But Nietzsche shows that she implicitly
involves loss, hypocrisy, concealment. So the interpreter when
he looks at the signs of this depth, to expose them, should
to descend vertically and to show that this depth of internal
reality is not what she says. The interpreter
therefore, must, as Nietzsche says, " it's good to dig up