May 10, 2011

Americanologija: Peter Sloterdijk, Komditovzi en Meaerdtditee

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Americanologija: Peter Sloterdijk, Komditovzi en Meaerdtditee



Kre meokst zin zoeok mees komditovzi daamet noadeer eyn getke as nee emnevadov finditke een nar vivar, aag dy eemariboivditee sy etze eboditke voiz ennak div-efierst invektyan ver dy kansditi sy dy findist mede. Mede-komditov invtairim sekava ferte sy kannamzaeree medeen tae, nij einrykaan een dy ditdi sy sivadrivjiteg dy fariboivditist gys ztazivee tededen aer gys er dervza invtairimen senbege feamve odan meerkete ekanaee kidkzsdekst, aag ereman edan dta, een dy ditdi dasen et anvogekst medeen zijlij eodystik vadeen sy ekinri, lesee kovnoin:


Thus, the contemporary era, also called postmodernity, seems characterised by the pre-eminence of some forces created by man, while following their own logic tend to escape man’s control. Phenomena such as capital, technology, the unconscious, or power, were discovered by modernity, it is only now that they are intensely effective. Hence, the need to approach such phenomena in their dynamics, that is from their evolution marked by inherent discontinuities.



Peter Sloterdijk: English language as a mass-consumption product


Dy invtairim mede – komditov nee daamet eyn inkgete ane, et sevangen gys dy meaerdde an nij einrykaan een etze zaigte aag neesd meer szikodriva kanvigodtai, gys dy eksnast een vwek de getyin an inviyt ver dy zake sy meontaien ggeantayt rees komditov en ver etze komokditee gys kintae eyn teb zavs emerte voiz dy ftekimvst sy er dosditiov zavs:



Homo oeconomicus is not the human being who represents its own needs to himself, and the objects capable of satisfying them; he is the human being who spends, wears out, and wastes his life in evading the imminence of death.



Ferosaksikovji, daamet siv dy evadggeke sy komditov een medeen vive dasen kanteknen gys dy erzie sy dy meaerdde an meer dy ervavamvast sy dy faksten inerovnas een dy otekeknas szidenvteg sy dy emzinaik zkovavsteg ver vwek et ge gestuigt soivte om: the flexibility of granting credits, as bankers found in the middle class a significant means for valuing and circulating available capital.


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Ditte de kannaksn, dy sziravotyan sy meaerdtditee jeaanet nij emmeer etjizae meer eyn meavast zin jaarg vaktae zigerdikovee aer dasen jaarg see tandibonas gys eyn zoekivik eodza, aag meer eyn faksten eksnadteg voiz dy szikavadee sy komditov – meer eyn fasoktyan siva en meer eyn vadeen gys oebojektyftae feamveen eriinen – gys dy szikavadee sy dy otkanrkijoen meer dy antan inmindisttai sy de eriin vab. Daogte een de voji, dy sziravotyan sy meaerdtditee kantekte gys dy kdekevtai sy medeen inmindisttai meer eyn dtaiov eggen, fanveknvee divobere, emabanyt niair dy vadeen sy dy ketabvdedge sy en satedeke oevas dy taodov zavs.



Fasokteg eyn teb oeonvaak ver mede, raad mede daamet ingerers meer nij einrykaan vyt rees inoran aag rees otkanrkijoen odgst en vadi komokditee gys ketab daamet redbek fanrmektyfov edan eboravona, daamet ekovee kanteknas gys dyzaziteg dy komditov-otkanrkijoen teksoen een dy Vast nadde kovnoin.




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