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Michel Foucault and his cat - Magnum Photos

Michel Foucault October 1926 – 25 June was a French philosopher, historian of ideas, social theorist, philologist and literary critic. He also wore a turtle neck jumper and loved his cat.

Gilles Deleuze, philosophe français (1925 - 1995)  A écrit de nombreuses œuvres philosophiques très influentes, sur la philosophie, la littérature, le cinéma et la peinture.  Développe une métaphysique et une philosophie de l'art originales.  Crée avec Félix Guattari, le concept de déterritorialisation, menant une critique conjointe de la psychanalyse et du capitalisme.  Sa pensée est parfois associée au post-structuralisme. Bien qu'il ait déclaré s'être toujours vu comme un métaphysicien.

A life… the indefinite article as an index of the transcendental. ~ Gilles Deleuze, “Immanence: A Life”

Baudelaire fue un poeta, crítico de arte y traductor francés. Fue llamado poeta maldito, debido a su vida de bohemia y excesos, y a la visión del mal que impregna su obra.  Las influencias más importantes sobre él fueron Théophile Gautier, Joseph de Maistre (de quien dijo que le había enseñado a pensar) y, en particular, Edgar Allan Poe, a quien tradujo extensamente.

ladylabsinthe: “ Baudelaire aux gravures, ca 1863 -by Étienne Carjat Apparently the only portrait Baudelaire was pleased with. He wrote to Carjat to congratulate and thank him for it: «Je vous.

Stephen King - The cat we see in the photo is called Clovis. The same name has the cat-hero Sleepwalkers, script author.

writersandkitties: “ Stephen King and Kitty King. That cat’s tag says “Clovis”. Stephen King named his cat after the Merovingian ruler who united the Frankish lands into a single kingdom.

Biografía de John Cage | trompetasalcedosola

Biografía de John Cage

John Cage, one of the greatest modern composers and cat lover.

Albert Camus

Albert Camus - the writer, who was born in Algeria, was interviewed in London when he came for the first night of 'Caligula' at the Embassy Theatre. Original Publication: Picture Post - 6297 - Camus The Post Existentialist - unpub.

Tom Waits reading Last Exit to Brooklyn on a train <3

Tom Waits on the tour bus reading ‘Last Exit to Brooklyn’, Photo by Michael Dobo

Self is based on imaginary things. Humans subject does not equal self, it is two separate entities: [1. person] [2. self/image] The self is other. The self is always something other than himself.

Self is based on imaginary things. Humans subject does not equal self, it is two separate entities: person] self/image] The self is other.

Time spent with cats is never wasted

Colette's most famous novel Gigi was made into a Vincente Minnelli film musical that won ten Academy Awards. Colette picked Audrey Hepburn for the 1951 Broadway play on Gigi. A cat becomes Audrey Hepburn's companion in Breakfast at Tiffany

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