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    Geduldeter Selbstbetrug, Kotau, befangen... - Self-deception withstood, bowing down, biased...

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    Geduldeter Selbstbetrug, Kotau, befangen... Philos.

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    Self-deception withstood, bowing down, biased...

    Beispiele/ Definitionen mit Quellen
    Geduldeter Selbstbetrug.

    Resignation wäre die falsche Haltung. Machen ist wichtig, gerade für den Künstler, der im Machen seine Ohnmacht und zugleich seine Kraft, seine Möglichkeiten und sein Ich erlebt Auch in der fragmentierten Darstellung von Welt steckt die Chance, die bei beherztem Zupacken nach Borges dies verspricht: "Jeder Schriftsteller, jeder Mensch sollte in allem, was er erlebt, auch im Scheitern, auch in der Demütigung und im Unglück ein Instrument sehen, Stoff für seine Kunst, den er sich zunutze machen soll. Diese Dinge werden uns zuteil, damit wir sie verwandeln, damit wir aus allen Heimsuchungen ewige oder nach Ewigkeit strebende Dinge machen!" Befangen vom Wunsch nach dem Unerreichbaren ist allerdings eines vorhersehbar, die Erfahrung abgrundtiefer Enttäuschung. Jedes Machen und Mitmachen, selbst jederart Entzug und Enthaltsamkeit fordern, bei aller Integrität und Unschuld, einen Kotau vor dem Selbstbetrug. Rücksichtslos schreibt Marguerite Gourcemar uns allen ins Stammbuch: "Wer auch nur eine Ahnung hat von den unaufhörlichen Wandlungen und der fast unendlichen Komplexität der Dinge, den überkommt angesichts der Weltgeschichte immer mehr das Gefühl des Entsetzens und des Absurden. Keine dieser beiden Empfindungen verändert sich oder schwächt sich ab, indes kommt alsbald eine dritte hinzu, die Empfindung eines riesigen Betrugs, an dem wir alle, handelnd oder duldend, beteiligt sind."
    Kommentar
    Self-deception withstood

    Resignation would be the wrong attitude. Creating is important, precisely for the artist, who in creating experiences his powerlessless and at the same time his power, his possibilities and his self. In the fragmented depiction of the world there is also the chance to courageously get down to it as Borges assures us: "A writer, or any man, should see in everything he experiences an instrument -- even in failure, and also in humiliation and in misfortune -- material for his art that he should make use of. These things are given to us so that we transform them, so that from miserable circumstances of our lives we create things that are eternal or aspire to be eternal!" Biased by the desire for the unattainable, one thing is nonetheless predictable: the experience of profound disappointment. Every creation and collaboration, even any sort of withdrawal or abstinence, calls for bowing down to self-deception with all integrity and innocence. Marguerite Yourcenar mercilessly makes us all take note: "Whoever has even an idea of the unremitting transformations and the nearly infinite complexity of things -- a feeling of horror and the absurd creeps over him more and more in the face of world history. Neither of these two feelings changes or abates, however shortly a third arrives: the feeling of an enormous deception in which we all, actively or sufferingly, have a part in."

    Hi. So, here's my current best take on this. The second bold thing...doesn't seem to be a full coherent sentence in the original. Or at least, not to my addled brain. Appreciate any suggestions or assistance in parsing this stuff as always.

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    Verfassercatatoniatoday (442377) 03 Sep. 08, 23:40
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    Tolerated Self-deception

    Resignation would be the wrong attitude. Creating is important, precisely for the artist, who in creating experiences his powerlessness and at the same time his power, his possibilities and his self. Even in a fragmented depiction of the world lies the opportunity which, with courage and initiative, according to Borges, promises us this: "A writer, or any man, should see in everything he experiences an instrument -- even in failure, and also in humiliation and in misfortune -- material for his art that he should make use of. These things are given to us so that we transform them, so that from miserable circumstances of our lives we create things that are eternal or aspire to be eternal!" Caught up in the desire for the unattainable, one thing is certainly predictable: the experience of profound disappointment. Every creation and collaboration, even any sort of withdrawal or abstinence, despite all integrity and innocence, calls for a bowing down before self-deception. Marguerite Yourcenar mercilessly makes us all take note: "Whoever has even an idea of the unremitting transformations and the nearly infinite complexity of things -- a feeling of horror and the absurd creeps over him more and more in the face of world history. Neither of these two feelings changes or abates, however shortly a third arrives: the feeling of an enormous deception in which we all, actively or sufferingly, have a part in."

    I assume you wanted English. Was tough, but the above is my take.
    #1VerfasserTodd (275243) 04 Sep. 08, 00:18
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    According to Borges, even the fragemented depiction of the world offers us a chance which promises, if we tackle it with determination, this: ...

    Caught up in the desire for the unattainable...

    ...calls for/ demands kowtowing to self-deception.

    is my suggestion.
    #2VerfasserGibson (418762) 04 Sep. 08, 00:22
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    Thanks for the help :)
    #3Verfassercatatoniatoday (442377) 04 Sep. 08, 04:10
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    And one minor thing: "...an enormous deception in which we all, actively or sufferingly, have a part in." One "in" too many. (Just in case you don't notice.)
    #4VerfassersebastianW04 Sep. 08, 05:11
     
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