Cunning Midcentury Modern Chromcraft Sculpta Dining/Lounge Star Trek Chairs (U.S.A., 1969)
Rare space age set in extraordinary condition with sleek tufted nauga. Sculpted swivel action seats allow you to sip your whiskey with enviable atomic style. Jim Beam me up, Scotty! Available.
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Throwback: before most cables ran underground, all electrical, telephone and telegraph wires were suspended from high poles.
"I think in many ways it is the ultimate question: What is truth? How do we understand truth and what are the ways in which we wrestle with truth? And I believe that Theodor Adorno was right when he said that the condition of truth is to allow suffering to speak. He said that the condition of truth is to allow suffering to speak – that gives it an existential emphasis, you see, so that we’re really talking about truth as a way of life, as opposed to a set of propositions that correspond to a set of things in the world"
- Cornel West at “Examined Life”
"En una ética racional debiera ser laudable proporcionar una satisfacción a cualquiera, sin excluir a uno mismo, siempre que no haya una molestia equivalente para uno mismo o para los demás. El hombre virtuoso, si nos hubiéramos liberando del ascetismo, sería el que se permitiese gozar de todas las cosas buenas, siempre que no produjeran un mal mayor que el goce."
- Bertrand Russell - La Conquista de la Felicidad