Fuentes del yo by Charles Taylor

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Health and salvation can only be found in motion. If any denies that motion exists, I do as Diogenes did, I walk. If anyone denies that health resides in 29 Art master:Layout 1 21/6/12 13:52 Page 30 Merlin Coverley motion, then I walk away from all morbid objections. 29 For Kierkegaard, however, walking was unable to provide him with the panacea for all of life’s ills and, despite his best attempts to keep walking, everything did not quite turn out all right in the end. In fact, rather than acquiring the serenity of the idle stroller, his life appears to have been a catalogue of crises and humiliations, in which a childhood dominated by the overpowering influence of his father was soon to be followed by a broken engagement with his fiancée, an event which was to colour the rest of his life.

Roger Gilbert, Walks in theWorld: Representation and Experience in Modern American Poetry, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1991, p. 35 33 Art master:Layout 1 21/6/12 13:52 Page 34 Merlin Coverley 5 Francesco Careri, Walkscapes: Walking as an Aesthetic Practice, Barcelona: Editorial Gustavo Gili, 2002, pp. The concept of Homo Ludens, or ‘playing man’ was the brainchild of Dutch historian, Johan Huizinga, who was to stress the importance of the element of play in the development of culture and society.

And trans. by Duncan Large, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008, p. ’ Iain Sinclair, London Orbital, London: Granta, 2002, p. ’ Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols, Introduction, p. xx 33 Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, ed. and trans. by Graham Parkes, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008, Introduction, p. ’ In addition to Debord (1950s) and de Certeau (1980s), Solnit adds the name of Christophe Bailly (1990s). ’ Solnit, pp. 212–213. One further name which one might add to the roster of Parisian pedestrian-theorists is that of Jacques Réda, whose wanderings through the city place him firmly within the 37 Art master:Layout 1 21/6/12 13:52 Page 38 Merlin Coverley tradition of Baudelaire and Rimbaud.

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