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Lo que es bueno para las máquinas debe serlo para el hombre. El hombre moderno piensa que pierde algo - tiempo - cuando no actúa con rapidez; sin embargo, no sabe qué hacer con el tiempo que gana - salvo matarlo.
Erich Fromm, El arte de amar, 1959.

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Día 287: amarillísimo

Día 287: amarillísimo

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Día 281: some kind of rhythm #letterforms2014

Día 281: some kind of rhythm #letterforms2014

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The knowledge of death is reflective and conceptual, and animals are spared it. They live and they disappear with the same thoughtlessness: a few minutes of fear, a few seconds of anguish, and it is over. But to live a whole lifetime with the fate of death haunting one’s dream and even the most sun–filled days —that’s something else.
Ernst Becker, The Denial of Death, 1973. (As quoted by Mark Z. Danielewski in House of Cards. Pantheon Books New York, 2000).

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