By Haig Beck, Jackie Cooper
10x10 is a accomplished view of recent structure this day. 10 of the world’s best-informed critics each one chosen 10 of the world’s so much extraordinary rising architects. the various and leading edge tasks of those a hundred architects make up an inspirational and specified number of fresh structure. The publication positive factors over 250 structures and tasks, together with lately outfitted paintings in addition to initiatives at present lower than building and due for crowning glory. each one critic additionally contributes an essay completely for this book and has chosen 10 works from various genres and media to demonstrate the context during which architects function at the present time.
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If any one should find out in this manner the crass stupidity of the celebrated conception of ‘free will’ and put it out of his head altogether, I beg of him to carry his ‘enlightenment’ a step further, and also put out of his head the contrary of this monstrous conception of ‘free will": I mean ‘non-free will,’ which is tantamount to a misuse of cause and effect. One should not wrongly MATERIALISE ‘cause’ and ‘effect,’ as the natural philosophers do (and whoever like them naturalize in thinking at present), according to the prevailing mechanical doltishness which makes the cause press and push until it ‘effects’ its end; one should use ‘cause’ and ‘effect’ only as pure CONCEPTIONS, that is to say, as conventional fictions for the purpose of designation and mutual understanding,—NOT for explanation.
The long and serious study of the AVERAGE man—and consequently much disguise, self-overcoming, familiarity, and bad intercourse (all intercourse is bad intercourse except with one’s equals):—that constitutes a necessary part of the life-history of every philosopher; perhaps the most disagreeable, odious, and disappointing part. If he is fortunate, however, as a favourite child of knowledge should be, he will meet with suitable auxiliaries who will shorten and lighten his task; I mean so- called cynics, those who simply recognize the animal, the commonplace and ‘the rule’ in themselves, and at the same time have so 45 of 301 Beyond Good and Evil much spirituality and ticklishness as to make them talk of themselves and their like BEFORE WITNESSES— sometimes they wallow, even in books, as on their own dung-hill.
41. One must subject oneself to one’s own tests that one is destined for independence and command, and do so at the right time. One must not avoid one’s tests, although they constitute perhaps the most dangerous game one can play, and are in the end tests made only before ourselves and before no other judge. Not to cleave to any person, be it even the dearest—every person is a prison and also a recess. Not to cleave to a fatherland, be it even the most suffering and necessitous—it is even less difficult to detach one’s heart from a victorious fatherland.
10 X 10 by Haig Beck, Jackie Cooper