domingo, 13 de agosto de 2017


"Certainly, there has never been anything quite like it. Prompted in part by an article in Le Monde that sardonically compared Althusser to Issei Sagawa, the young Japanese student who became a darling of the media after murdering and eating his Dutch girlfriend, the book can only be read as an act of wilful self-destruction, a unique example of what might be called 'posthumous suicide', both personal and professional. If the emperor is seen to be wearing no clothes, it's because he himself elected to strip naked in public."
'Kneeling beside her, poised over her body, I am massaging her neck. I have often massaged her in silence, the nape of her neck, the small of her back: I learned the technique from a fellow prisoner of war,…

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