Pax et Discordia


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  • "Pisanje knjige užasan je i zamoran posao, kao hrvanje s nekom teškom bolesti. Neka se nitko ne laća tog posla ako ga na to ne goni neki zloduh kojem se ne može oduprijeti niti ga shvatiti."
    George Orwell


    "Pisati ne znači drugo nego misliti. Nered u rečenicama je posljedica nereda u mislima, a nered u mislima je posljedica nereda u glavi, a nered u glavi je posljedica nereda u čovjeka, a nered u čovjeka je posljedica nereda u sredini i u stanju te sredine. Ako je netko odlučio vršiti kritiku, a to znači da hoće od nereda u rečenicama, u mislima, u glavama, u ljudima i u sredinama stvarati red, onda takav subjekt ne smije biti neuredan ni u rečenicama ni u glavama ni u mislima."
    Miroslav Krleža


    "No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main; if a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less... Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind and therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls, it tolls for thee."
    John Donne


    o autoru:
    Rođen prije određenog vremena. Piše SF, nekad više nego sad, trenutno predaje fiziku po zagrebačkim školama, što srednjim, što osnovnim, a odnedavno se hvali i titulom predsjednika svježe osnovane udruge "Nastavnici organizirano".





    Bilješke:
    Iron law of oligarchy
    TVTropes
    The worst thing that can befall a leader of an extreme party is to be compelled to take over a government in an epoch when the movement is not yet ripe for the domination of the class which he represents and for the realisation of the measures which that domination would imply. What he can do depends not upon his will but upon the sharpness of the clash of interests between the various classes, and upon the degree of development of the material means of existence, the relations of production and means of communication upon which the clash of interests of the classes is based every time. What he ought to do, what his party demands of him, again depends not upon him, or upon the degree of development of the class strle and its conditions. He is bound to his doctrines and the demands hitherto propounded which do not emanate from the interrelations of the social classes at a given moment, or from the more or less accidental level of relations of production and means of communication, but from his more or less penetrating insight into the general result of the social and political movement. Thus he necessarily finds himself in a dilemma. What he can do is in contrast to all his actions as hitherto practised, to all his principles and to the present interests of his party; what he ought to do cannot be achieved. In a word, he is compelled to represent not his party or his class, but the class for whom conditions are ripe for domination. In the interests of the movement itself, he is compelled to defend the interests of an alien class, and to feed his own class with phrases and promises, with the assertion that the interests of that alien class are their own interests. Whoever puts himself in this awkward position is irrevocably lost. (The Peasant War in Germany by Friedrich Engels)