Over the past seven years of researching aviation stories on the web, I have kept a folder on my laptop dedicated to images of Second World War aircraft that had been captured and had suffered the indignity of being painted in the national markings of the enemy they were designed to fight and vanquish—like a Spitfire in the service of the Luftwaffe, a Zero in US Navy markings. It has always struck me as undignified to see a Supermarine Spitfire wearing the hated Hakenkreuz Swastika. Here was an aircraft which came to be the poster child for the strength of the British people and their ability to withstand the international bully that was Nazi Germany and now they had their hands and evil symbols all over it.
Quotes[ edit ] I am utterly amazed, utterly enchanted! I have a precursor, and what a precursor! I hardly knew Spinoza: Even though the divergencies are admittedly tremendous, they are due more to the difference in time, culture, and science.
Incidentally, I am not at all as well as I had hoped. Exceptional weather here too! Eternal change of atmospheric conditions! I must have clear skies for months, else I get nowhere.
Already six severe attacks of two or three days each. With affectionate love, Your friend. There are no facts, only interpretations. Notebooks Summer — Fall Variant translation: Against that positivism which stops before phenomena, saying "there are only facts," I should say: Likewise, I now regard my having been a Wagnerian as eccentric.
It was a highly dangerous experiment; now that I know it did not ruin me, I also know what significance it had for me — it was the most severe test of my character. Letter to Carl Fuchs 14 December I now myself live, in every detail, striving for wisdom, while I formerly merely worshipped and idolized the wise.
My problems are new, my psychological horizon frighteningly comprehensive, my language bold and clear; there may well be no books written in German which are richer in ideas and more independent than mine. The separation between us is thereby decided in really the most absurd way.
Have you grasped nothing of the reason why I am in the world? After I read the name Zarathustra in the anti-Semitic Correspondence my forbearance came to an end.
I am now in a position of emergency defense against your spouse's Party. These accursed anti-Semite deformities shall not sully my ideal!! Your association with an anti-Semitic chief expresses a foreignness to my whole way of life which fills me again and again with ire or melancholy.
I have recently been persecuted with letters and Anti-Semitic Correspondence Sheets. My disgust with this party which would like the benefit of my name only too well!
V, Everything the State says is a lie, and everything it has it has stolen.
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That is the secret of all culture: it does not provide artificial limbs, wax noses or spectacles—that which can provide these things is, rather, only sham education.
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Belonging implies a connectedness to people and places because of shared norms, values, customs and practices. Belonging also implies relationship, which involves a sense of familiarity with and often affection for the people and places we know, consequently, not belonging often engenders a sense of disorientation, rejection, .
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