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#263,Sre,ko Horvat

The Radicality of Love

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  • Joy Santosohas quoted6 years ago
    recognize themselves as the reflection of God, and that they love and respect each other as Father and Son. No one gives what the other does (or doesn’t) have; each of them opens up the space for the other and its freedom
  • Joy Santosohas quoted6 years ago
    Man and woman are not compatible, but the point is that two people
  • Joy Santosohas quoted6 years ago
    The act of “falling in love” is still not love
  • Joy Santosohas quoted6 years ago
    act of “falling in love” is still not love
  • Joy Santosohas quoted7 years ago
    there is no love without the fall. On the one side, this fall consists in the incredible moments when you occupy a square or die under the renewed caress of bullets, and on the other, you can be sure you are already in the fall, you are falling, when you suddenly become paralyzed by someone’s eyes.
  • Joy Santosohas quoted7 years ago
    There is always some madness in love. But there is also always some reason in madness
  • Joy Santosohas quoted7 years ago
    love is, as Alain Badiou puts it, a form of “minimal communism.” Love is communism for two. But love is as difficult as communism, and can often end up as tragic as communism
  • Joy Santosohas quoted7 years ago
    the true revolutionary is guided by great feelings of love
  • Christabelle Adelinehas quoted7 years ago
    If desire is repressed, it is because every position of desire, no matter how small, is capable of calling into question the established order of a society: not that desire is asocial, on the contrary. But it is explosive; there is no desiring-machine capable of being assembled without demolishing entire social sectors
  • Christabelle Adelinehas quoted7 years ago
    After all, is there anything more subversive than desire?
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