Magnetic Field Metaphor

Magnetic field lines of our souls

The soul lays the face round itself, as well as the magnet arranges his iron-venal filings round itself . And thus it does the soul also with the clothes, or the apartment-equipment, or the friends whom one invites.


waldemar parra + kai heumann
Originally uploaded by Frizztext

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G.C. Lichtenberg:
Die Seele legt, so wie der Magnet den Feilstaub, so das Gesicht um sich herum.
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Man könnte hinzufügen:
Die Seele legt das Gesicht um sich herum, so wie der Magnet seine Eisen-Feilspäne um sich herum anordnet. Und so tut es die Seele auch mit der Kleidung, der Wohnungs-Einrichtung, den Freunden, die man einlädt.
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“The direction of magnetic field lines represented by the alignment of iron filings sprinkled on paper …” (wikipedia)
frizz-translation of the G.C. Lichtenberg (1742-1799) quotation:
The soul lays, as well as the magnet according to the filings, the face, the mimicry round itself.
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One could add:
The soul lays the face round itself, as well as the magnet arranges his iron-venal filings round itself . And thus it does the soul also with the clothes, or the apartment-equipment, or the friends whom one invites.
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The soul lays the face round itself, as well as the magnet arranges his iron-venal filings round itself .
frizzguitar - downloads at mydrive.ch+Akbar Simonse
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And thus it does the soul also with the clothes,
Mrs. KELLY+Tango 131
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or the apartment-equipment, the house, the car, the ship -
my timeline 1945 - 2010+Epicurus
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or the friends whom one invites.
happy dancing crowd+J = Joe

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5 responses to “Magnetic Field Metaphor

  1. Very artistic looking magnetic fields .. love the black and white! :-)
    Will check back in later!
    Elizabeth

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