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The 'Philosophy' of Franz Kafka   Lecture and Books

Started 14-Feb by Gonghis (GonghisKhan); 2696 views.
Tittah

From: Tittah

15-Feb

"Not everyone can see the truth, but he can be it."

Nobody spots when it's precise

And where truth became a felony

Soon we need to learn how to win

 Tittah

Eliot (Elohimil)

From: Eliot (Elohimil)

17-Feb

Politics!!!

The algorithmic and intimidating factory... 

Frank Kafka explains the old mystery.

Obezlix

From: Obezlix

17-Feb

FRANK KAFKA!

Every college student ought to read his books, and write a given essay about him as a comprehensive review on at least one of his books...

BTW we are all bugs! ant bee

Weasel (poptardo)

From: Weasel (poptardo)

18-Feb

The truth is self-contained if we look at it of all sides....

thumbsup That's how it used to be in the past

Not sure if any students would read or create a fuss...

RGoss99

From: RGoss99

19-Feb

Not exactly correct Kafka is Kafka, Kafkaesq refers to the work of others that resembles that of Kafka. the affix "-esque" simply means "like" or "similar to", not necessarily "the same" or "equal to". Parallel example "Romanesque"  architecture, is based on "Roman" architecture. if some thing is "picturesque"  it is not a "picture" but something natural that looks lke a man made picture. Burlesque (from french for joke) is a a funny versión of something serious, e.g. not a joke.

If only KAFKA knew how much he is important these days... he wouldn't have been as isolated and miserable throughout his life.

He lived in Prague under the Austro-Hungarian empire, thus he did not speak German, he spoke Austrian - it's a totally different accent!

10 Austrian Words that Germans don't understand

https://forums.delphiforums.com/sandgrain/messages/2265/1

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Petulance

From: Petulance

20-Feb

I'm in absolute agreement about Kafka somber past and present times...

Snokulokapus

From: Snokulokapus

20-Feb

AH Yes, Frank KAFKA

one of my favourite author during college days!

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Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis

https://vimeo.com/245883834

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rossiking

From: rossiking

20-Feb

I absolutely agree with these words. If each of us carried the truth, the world would be completely different. But sooner or later, each of us will face an ethical dilemma when the truth or gain / career / money or anything else on this long list is on the scales. Unfortunately, the truth is valued less and less and people are increasingly choosing what is on the other hand the scales. Believe me, I studied a lot of this issue, although it is not entirely clear. But with the help of examples and help from https://studydriver.com/ethical-dilemma-essay/, I successfully managed and wrote my paper.

  • Edited 25 February 2020 19:07  by  rossiking
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