By Brion Gysin, Jason Weiss
Brion Gysin (1916–1986) was once a visible artist, historian, novelist, and an experimental poet credited with the invention of the ‘cut-up’ approach — a college of texts, no longer images — which his longtime collaborator William S. Burroughs positioned to extra wide use. he's additionally one in all the early innovators of sound poetry, which he defines as ‘getting poetry go into reverse the web page and into performance.’ again very quickly gathers fabrics from the total Gysin oeuvre: scholarly historic research, baroque fiction, permutated and cut-up poetry, unsettling memoir, choices from the method and The final Museum, and his unproduced screenplay of Burroughs’ novel bare Lunch. moreover, the Reader includes entire texts of numerous Gysin items which are tough to discover, together with “Poem of Poems,” “The Pipes of Pan,” and “A speedy journey to Alamut.”
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P. , La Revelation d'Hermes Trismegiste: Tome II, Le Dieu Cosmique (Paris: Librairie Lecoffre, 1949), 310-40. 36 Long, "Heraclitus and Stoicism," 147. F. 445, J. M. Rist, Stoic Philosophy (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1969), 2236; Josiah Gould, The Philosophy of Chryssipus (Leiden, 1970), 181-96; A. A. Long, 459. See Hellenistic Philosophy, 175-78. 427; and Epilogus, 451; see Pine, Pietro Pomponazzi, 300. 427: "Rationabilior igitur videtur Stoicorum opinio opinione Christianorum. Secundum enim Stoicos Deus non .
Unlike Salviati, who saw epic and romance as one genre, Malatesta defended the Furioso as romance, but his conception of romance showed a considerably more sophisticated grasp than that of many previous romance was organized on the model of critics. The variety of a little world: most marvellous effects of the one who is the master of all craftsmen, by which I mean Nature, has made the human imagination wonder at seeing in a poem as if in a little world many diverse things, dissimilar to one another, converge to produce a totality so well 47 disposed and ordered.
Si enim unum est pro decore universi, et reliquum similiter se habet; visi enim essent tot mala, non essent tot bona, si demis malum, demis et bonum. Unde cum iste ordo semper fuerit per infinita saecula, et in infinitum erit, quod semper est habet causam necessariam et per se; quare non est in nostra potestate sed in opinio Stoicorum. " 31 Martin L. Pine, Pietro Pomponazzi: Radical Philosopher of the Renaissance (Padova: Antenore, 1986), 339. 3: Pomponazzi, De fato, 453: "Dico secundo quod cum sapientia humana quasi semper sit in errore, neque homo ex puris naturalibus potests attingere ad sinceram veritatem ...