segunda-feira, 14 de março de 2016
Caldas da Rainha (Março, 2016)
«(…) in the case of the existent past and future are intrinsically related to the present. We never catch the existent in a knife-edge present (…) By memory the existent has brought his past with him into the present; and by anticipation and imagination he has already laid hold on his future and projects himself into it».
«We would not exist (…) if we lacked this peculiar kind of temporality whereby we transcend the now and unite, to some degree, the past, present and future».
John Macquarrie (1980),
Citado por Judy Attfield, Wild Things, The Material Culture of Everyday Life, Berg, 2000, p. 217.