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  • Mark Herman | a dancing star!
    Ariken on Kevin Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January 2008 1 August 2007 1 June 2007 1 March 2007 3 September 2006 2 August 2006 1 July 2006 1 June 2006 8 May 2006 1 April 2006 4 March 2006 2 February 2006 6 January 2006 6 December 2005 7 November 2005 9 October 2005 17 September 2005 12 August 2005 6 June 2005 1 May 2005 3 April 2005 3 March 2005 3 February 2005 3 January 2005 3 December 2004 9 November 2004 5 October 2004 17 September 2004 2 August 2004 1 June 2004 1 May 2004 1 March 2004 1 February 2004 2 January

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  • The Boy in the striped pyjamas | a dancing star!
    Ariken on Kevin Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January 2008 1 August 2007 1 June 2007 1 March 2007 3 September 2006 2 August 2006 1 July 2006 1 June 2006 8 May 2006 1 April 2006 4 March 2006 2 February 2006 6 January 2006 6 December 2005 7 November 2005 9 October 2005 17 September 2005 12 August 2005 6 June 2005 1 May 2005 3 April 2005 3 March 2005 3 February 2005 3 January 2005 3 December 2004 9 November 2004 5 October 2004 17 September 2004 2 August 2004 1 June 2004 1 May 2004 1 March 2004 1 February 2004 2 January

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  • MIT OCW | a dancing star!
    URL Lunch with Žižek The Boy in the striped pyjamas Post a Comment Your email is never published nor shared Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Please leave these two fields as is Recent comments Samsia on Kevin Ariken tom on A work of hard love marq on A work of hard love Suryani Said Piracci on Kevin Ariken Nancy Ariken on Kevin Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January 2008 1 August 2007 1 June 2007 1 March 2007 3 September 2006 2 August 2006 1 July 2006 1 June 2006 8 May 2006 1 April 2006 4 March 2006 2 February 2006 6 January 2006 6 December 2005 7 November 2005 9 October 2005 17 September 2005 12 August 2005 6 June 2005 1 May 2005 3 April 2005 3 March 2005 3 February 2005 3 January 2005 3 December 2004 9 November 2004 5 October 2004 17 September 2004 2 August 2004 1 June 2004 1 May 2004 1 March 2004 1 February 2004 2 January 2004 1 December 2003 1 November 2003 2 October 2003 4 September 2003 1 July 2003 2 June 2003 1 May 2003 2 April 2003 1 December 2002 1 October 2002 2 September 2002 1 August 2002 2

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  • mitocw | a dancing star!
    bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January 2008 1 August 2007 1 June 2007 1 March 2007 3 September 2006 2 August 2006 1 July 2006 1 June 2006 8 May 2006 1 April 2006 4 March 2006 2 February 2006 6 January 2006 6 December 2005 7 November 2005 9 October 2005 17 September 2005 12 August 2005 6 June 2005 1 May 2005 3 April 2005 3 March 2005 3 February 2005 3 January 2005 3 December 2004 9 November 2004 5 October 2004 17 September 2004 2 August 2004 1 June 2004 1 May 2004 1 March 2004 1 February 2004 2 January 2004 1 December 2003 1 November 2003 2 October 2003 4 September 2003 1 July

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  • Kevin Ariken | a dancing star!
    2007 at 00 43 Permalink To Tempest I m sorry that you had to find out in this way Sometimes there is no right way to learn about the sadder parts of life His friends like Granville Rueben are still around in Singapore and I know they also reminisce often and loudly There was another friend of Kevin s I think his name is Jeffrey who could do the bestest impersonation of Kevin Absolutely perfect impersonations I remember one occasion when we had a drink with Kevin and a bunch of the guys at Himiko Court and Jeffrey had us in stitches laughing at poor Keveeeen Pilar is living in Singapore where she teaches with Ale and Maria Ale was the page boy responsible for our rings and Maria was one of the flower girls They are so so beautiful Praveena Posted 23rd June 2007 at 18 51 Permalink So sad to hear that I used to work with him about 9 10 years ago We were on a project together in Bangkok when he was working for Magnus He was such a nice guy He was a really good and enjoyable friend He had made more friends in Bangkok in 6 months comparing to myself who was born in Thailand He was a good guitar player He would always have friends or cousins visiting him during his stay in Bangkok I lost touch with him for a few years I had a plan to come to Singapore for a day meeting and I thought of him I thought of a good friend I have in Singapore and was trying to search for his contacts to give him a ring And I found your Blog Hope Pilar and the kids are doing well What a sad news Durai Posted 21st December 2007 at 04 56 Permalink Hi I was in my consultation room seeing a patient with a familiar surname Ariken This triggerred a memory I remembered a friend from 1992 when I was studying at taylor s college in Melbourne Australia My memory stretched back to a generous brave and playful soul I had met Knowing the Eurasian community to be close knit I asked my patienet if she knew of my long lost friend Kevin I was so saddened and shocked to hear of his passing away I can t believe he is gone My deepest condolences to His family Durai Bimal Posted 4th January 2008 at 21 53 Permalink HI Since Kevin passed away I always think of him with the coming of each New Year We met at ante natal and it was so funny meeting someone with a warped sense of humour to match mine I remember him making little Maria practise sit ups when she was only a few months old I still miss him and do feel for Pilar Maria and Ale Chris Lee Posted 12th May 2008 at 18 03 Permalink I was cleaning my Yahoo messenger account when I saw Kevin

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  • A work of hard love | a dancing star!
    is less of a throwaway remark that is to say it is both erroneous yet truthful On the one hand the import of Hegel Contra Sociology in establishing new vistas within social thought and beyond is given short shrift perhaps the book and Prof Rose operated outside the bounds of departmental lines perhaps such a re casting of Hegel cannot must not be possible With that same stroke all questions of Robert Pippen s wholesale lifting borrowings of passages into his Hegel s Idealism is passed over in silence Naomi Posted 21st October 2008 at 23 27 Permalink Only 3 readers of Paradiso on on LT My goodness Of course that gives no indication of how many people have actually read it but nevertheless only 3 people Disgraceful My visit A change in fortunes I m guessing that you are referring to my last post on my very work in progress website That was a bit of a mistake I d created the site for a different purpose altogether but then found that I just needed to speak I have an urge to quote Gillian Rose now but I will resist Drawn to Benjamin at precisely the wrong moments Interesting Presumably they are the right moments too I perhaps need to read the article again but definitely agree that HCS is frequently given short shrift although unfortunately not working within academia I can t say whether that is in fact the case now Its been so long since I looked at the book never mind studied it that I don t think I can say anything about it worth listening to any more I had such strong opinions about Gillian Rose and Hegel et al at one time and I imagine that I still do if I was in the right company but I don t have the opportunity to talk about them in any real depth any more I d certainly be interested to know what you think about HCS in relation to the rest of her work I came across Rose through Love s Work although I had also stumbled across Rose a year beforehand when I read or I should say tried to read Dialectic of Nihilism so I m very conscious that my understanding of HCS could perhaps be a little different to someone else s understanding of it before Love s Work was published marq Posted 24th June 2009 at 09 32 Permalink Noami s comments are well minded I ve never heard of Hegel Contra Sociology as HCS before but I have a problem with departmentalism and anacronism as I m sure Gillian would I m slighty amazed that you have have read Gillian s committed thought in text and not given the slightest breath of your life to inform yourselves BREATHE and out and BREATHE and out and breathe tom Posted 25th June 2009 at 10 48 Permalink marq Thanks for dropping by I m not sure who or what your comment is

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  • architecture | a dancing star!
    Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January 2008 1 August 2007 1 June 2007 1 March 2007 3 September 2006 2 August 2006 1 July 2006 1 June 2006 8 May 2006 1 April 2006 4 March 2006 2 February 2006 6 January 2006 6 December 2005 7 November 2005 9 October 2005 17 September 2005 12 August 2005 6 June 2005 1 May 2005 3 April 2005 3 March 2005 3 February 2005 3 January 2005 3 December 2004 9 November 2004 5 October 2004 17 September 2004 2 August 2004 1 June 2004 1 May 2004 1 March 2004 1 February 2004 2 January 2004 1 December

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  • arendt | a dancing star!
    Kevin Ariken Nancy Ariken on Kevin Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January 2008 1 August 2007 1 June 2007 1 March 2007 3 September 2006 2 August 2006 1 July 2006 1 June 2006 8 May 2006 1 April 2006 4 March 2006 2 February 2006 6 January 2006 6 December 2005 7 November 2005 9 October 2005 17 September 2005 12 August 2005 6 June 2005 1 May 2005 3 April 2005 3 March 2005 3 February 2005 3 January 2005 3 December 2004 9 November 2004 5 October 2004 17 September 2004 2 August 2004 1 June 2004 1 May 2004 1 March 2004 1 February

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