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Every introduction to such problems of aesthetics often begins by acknowledging claims of all these
methods of attack: the General, Philosophical, and Deductivewhich start from a total metaphysics
as well the the Empirical, or Inductive, which seek to disengage this general principle of beauty from
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An implantation of beauty in its place amongst other great concepts
as divorced from beauty of objects of aesthetic experience and fact
would allow for aesthetics from above and from belowindeed only

This first method of aesthetics par excellence can


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through this desire of Architectonic implements


designate a theory of knowledge in which thought
In such case that few overarching
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ideas & talks in Kants generalized


outlook were all the whole system

Influenced the most


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Prolific actor
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Veiar alveg vi strndina eru mjg mikilvgar fyrir


Przy rozmiarze klatki 9 11 cm oznacza to w przyblieniu
Afterwards master distillers confirmed specific gravity
overtly alluded to the modernist ideology in late 2001
Clbr comme lun des peintres figuratifs amricains du
Lahtisen baritoni on suuri ja vuolas, voimallinen ja herkk
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Eind jaren 10 ontwikkelde zich het expressionisme


Perpetually renewing such hefty tomes was a luxury
Jeho rozloha je 112,91 milion km2 a asi 2100 let neslo
El cantidad de los cristales de halogenuro de plata
I want my own rhythm and vowels and consonants too
Tam olarak Vikinglerden sonra ilk Avrupal yerleimin
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In jngster Zeit beschftigte sich der Knstler


It was a few minutes before 1:00 in early February
Nrmeste nabo er Sr-Afrikas sjasjon 1 kilometer
La zona dorigine di questi frutti il Sud Asiatico
Operu so tefanom Kocnom by bola koda nezai
Such a storm surge hadnt been experienced by all
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Inima petilor este bicameral fiind compus


The most prolific were Texas Everbearing figs
En su catlogo figuran 12 ttulos, que incluyen
in the early hours of june 27, two journalists
Picked & roasted on enclaves in Southern Peru
Il-Kamra tal-Kummer qed tissuerixxi li jekk
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medium all caps The Spanish War, which began in 1739, and the
medium French war which soon followed it occasioned
further increase of the debt, which, on the 31st
of December 1748, after it had been concluded
heavy by the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, amounted to
78,293,313. The most profound peace of the sev-
enteen years of continuance had taken no more
than 8,328,354 from it. A war of less than nine
years continuance added 31,338,689 to it (Refer
medium italic to James Postlethwaites History of the Public Rev-
enue). During the administration of Mr. Pelham, the
interest of the public debt was reduced from 4%
to 3%; or at least measures were taken for reduc-
ing it, from four to three per cent; the sinking fund
was increased, and some part of the public debt
was paid off. In 1755, before the breaking out of the
late war, the funded debt of Great Britain amounted
Proportional
Lining figures to 72,289,673. On the 5th of January 1763, at the
conclusion of the peace, the funded debt amounted
to 122,603,336, whereas the unfunded debt has
been stated at 13,927,589. But the expense occa-
sioned by the war did not end with the conclusion
of the peace, so that though, on the 5th of January
1764, the funded debt was increased (partly by a
new loan, and partly by funding a part of the un-
funded debt) to 129,586,782, there still remained
(according to the very well informed author of
medium Italic Considerations on the Trade and Finances of Great
Britain) an unfunded debt which was brought to
account in that and the following year of 975,017.
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bold all caps The Spanish War, which began in 1739, and the
bold French war which soon followed it occasioned
further increase of the debt, which, on the 31st
of December 1748, after it had been concluded
super by the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, amounted
to 78,293,313. The most profound peace of the
seventeen years of continuance had taken no
more than 8,328,354 from it. A war of less than
nine years continuance added 31,338,689 to it
bold italic (Refer to James Postlethwaites History of the
Public Revenue). During the administration of
Mr. Pelham, the interest of the public debt was
reduced from 4% to 3%; or at least measures
were taken for reducing it, from four to three
per cent; the sinking fund was increased, and
some part of the public debt was paid off. In
1755, before the breaking out of the late war,
the funded debt of Great Britain amounted to
Proportional
Lining figures 72,289,673. On the 5th of January 1763, at
the conclusion of the peace, the funded debt
amounted to 122,603,336, whereas the un-
funded debt has been stated at 13,927,589.
But the expense occasioned by the war did not
end with the conclusion of the peace, so that
though, on the 5th of January 1764, the funded
debt was increased (partly by a new loan, and
partly by funding a part of the unfunded debt) to
129,586,782, there still remained (according to
bold Italic the very well informed author of Considerations
on the Trade and Finances of Great Britain) an
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The Psychology of Beauty The Psychology of Beauty


Every introduction to the problems of aes- Every introduction to the problems of aes-
thetics begins by acknowledging the exis- thetics begins by acknowledging the exis-
tence and claims of two methods of attack tence and claims of two methods of attack
the general, philosophical, deductive, which the general, philosophical, deductive, which
starts from a complete metaphysics and starts from a complete metaphysics and
installs beauty in its place among the other installs beauty in its place among the other
great concepts; and the empirical, or induc- great concepts; and the empirical, or induc-
tive, which seeks to disengage a general prin- tive, which seeks to disengage a general
ciple of beauty from the objects of aesthetic principle of beauty from the objects of aes-
experience and the facts of aesthetic enjoy- thetic experience and the facts of aesthet-
ment: a prime example of Fechners aesthet- ic enjoyment: a prime example of Fechners
ics from above and from below. aesthetics from above and from below.

Methodologies Methodologies
The first was the method of aesthetics par The first was the method of aesthetics par
excellence. It was indeed only through the excellence. It was indeed only through the
desire of an eighteenth-century philosopher, desire of an eighteenth-century philoso-
Baumgarten, to round out his architectonic pher, Baumgarten, to round out his archi-
of metaphysics that the science received its tectonic of metaphysics that the science
name, as designating the theory of knowl- received its name, as designating the theo-
edge in the form of feeling, parallel to that of ry of knowledge in the form of feeling, par-
clear, logical thought. Kant, Schelling, and allel to that of clear, logical thought. Kant,
Hegel, again, made use of the concept of the Schelling, and Hegel, again, made use of the
Beautiful as a kind of keystone or cornice for concept of the Beautiful as a kind of key-
their respective philosophical edifices. Aes- stone or cornice for their respective philo-
thetics, then, came into being as the philoso- sophical edifices. Aesthetics, then, came
phy of the Beautiful, and it may be asked why into being as the philosophy of the Beauti-
this philosophical aesthetics does not suf- ful, and it may be asked why this philosophi-
ficewhy beauty should need for its under- cal aesthetics does not sufficewhy beauty
standing also an aesthetics von unten. The should need for its understanding also an
answer is not that no system of philosophy aesthetics von unten. The answer is not
is universally accepted, but that the general that no system of philosophy is universally
aesthetic theories have not, as yet at least, accepted, but that the general aesthetic the-
succeeded in answering the plain questions ories have not, as yet at least, succeeded in
of the plain man in regard to concrete answering the plain questions of the plain
beauty. Kant, indeed, frankly denied that the man in regard to concrete beauty. Kant,
explanation of concrete beauty, or Doctrine indeed, frankly denied that the explanation
of Taste, as he called it, was possible, while of concrete beauty, or Doctrine of Taste,
the various definers of beauty as the union as he called it, was possible, while the vari-

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The Psychology of Beauty The Psychology of Beauty


Every introduction to the problems of aesthetics Every introduction to the problems of aesthetics
begins by acknowledging the existence and claims of begins by acknowledging the existence and claims
two methods of attackthe general, philosophical, of two methods of attackthe general, philosophi-
deductive, which starts from a complete metaphysics cal, deductive, which starts from a complete meta-
and installs beauty in its place among the other great physics and installs beauty in its place among the
concepts; and the empirical, or inductive, which seeks other great concepts; and the empirical, or induc-
to disengage a general principle of beauty from the ob- tive, which seeks to disengage a general principle of
jects of aesthetic experience and the facts of aesthetic beauty from the objects of aesthetic experience and
enjoyment: a prime example of Fechners aesthetics the facts of aesthetic enjoyment: a prime example of
from above and from below. Fechners aesthetics from above and from below.

Methodologies Methodologies
The first was the method of aesthetics par excellence. The first was the method of aesthetics par excel-
It was indeed only through the desire of an eighteenth- lence. It was indeed only through the desire of an
century philosopher, Baumgarten, to round out his ar- eighteenth-century philosopher, Baumgarten, to
chitectonic of metaphysics that the science received round out his architectonic of metaphysics that
its name, as designating the theory of knowledge in the science received its name, as designating the
the form of feeling, parallel to that of clear, logical theory of knowledge in the form of feeling, parallel
thought. Kant, Schelling, and Hegel, again, made use to that of clear, logical thought. Kant, Schelling, and
of the concept of the Beautiful as a kind of keystone Hegel, again, made use of the concept of the Beautiful
or cornice for their respective philosophical edifices. as a kind of keystone or cornice for their respective
Aesthetics, then, came into being as the philosophy of philosophical edifices. Aesthetics, then, came into
the Beautiful, and it may be asked why this philosophi- being as the philosophy of the Beautiful, and it may be
cal aesthetics does not sufficewhy beauty should asked why this philosophical aesthetics does not suf-
need for its understanding also an aesthetics von ficewhy beauty should need for its understanding
unten. The answer is not that no system of philosophy also an aesthetics von unten. The answer is not that
is universally accepted, but that the general aesthetic no system of philosophy is universally accepted, but
theories have not, as yet at least, succeeded in answer- that the general aesthetic theories have not, as yet at
ing the plain questions of the plain man in regard to least, succeeded in answering the plain questions of
concrete beauty. the plain man in regard to concrete beauty.

Doctrine of Taste Doctrine of Taste


Kant, indeed, frankly denied that the explanation of Kant, indeed, frankly denied that the explanation of
concrete beauty, or Doctrine of Taste, as he called it, concrete beauty, or Doctrine of Taste, as he called
was possible, while the various definers of beauty as it, was possible, while the various definers of beauty
the union of the Real and the Idealthe expression as the union of the Real and the Idealthe expres-
of the Ideal to Sensehave done no more than he. No sion of the Ideal to Sensehave done no more than
one of these aesthetic systems, in spite of volumes of he. No one of these aesthetic systems, in spite of vol-
so-called application of their principles to works of umes of so-called application of their principles to
art, has been able to furnish a criterion of beauty. The works of art, has been able to furnish a criterion of
criticism of the generations is summed up in the mild beauty. The criticism of the generations is summed
remark of Fechner, in his Vorschule der Aesthetik, up in the mild remark of Fechner, in his Vorschule
to the effect that the philosophical path leaves one der Aesthetik, to the effect that the philosophi-
in conceptions that, by reason of their generality, do cal path leaves one in conceptions that, by reason of
not well fit the particular cases. And so it was that their generality, do not well fit the particular cases.
empirical aesthetics arose, which does not seek to And so it was that empirical aesthetics arose, which

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Justly or not, every introduction to the problems of Justly or not, every introduction to the problems of
aesthetics begins by acknowledging the existence aesthetics begins by acknowledging the existence
and claims of two methods of attackthe general, and claims of two methods of attackthe general,
philosophical, deductive, which starts from a com- philosophical, deductive, which starts from a com-
plete metaphysics and installs beauty in its place plete metaphysics and installs beauty in its place
among the other great concepts; and the empirical, among the other great concepts; and the empiri-
or inductive, which seeks to disengage a general cal, or inductive, which seeks to disengage a gener-
principle of beauty from the objects of aesthetic al principle of beauty from the objects of aesthetic
experience and the facts of aesthetic enjoyment: experience and the facts of aesthetic enjoyment:
a prime example of James Fechners aesthetics a prime example of James Fechners aesthetics
from above and from below. First was the meth- from above and from below. First was the meth-
od of aesthetics par excellence. Every desire of an od of aesthetics par excellence. Every desire of an
eighteenth-century philosopher, Baumgarten, to eighteenth-century philosopher, Baumgarten, to
round out his architectonic of metaphysics that round out his architectonic of metaphysics that
the science received its name, as designating the the science received its name, as designating the
theory of knowledge in the form of feeling, parallel theory of knowledge in the form of feeling, parallel
to that of clear, logical thought. Kant, Schelling, to that of clear, logical thought. Kant, Schelling,
and Hegel, again, made use of the concept of the and Hegel, again, made use of the concept of the
Beautiful as a kind of keystone or cornice for their Beautiful as a kind of keystone or cornice for their
respective philosophical edifices. Aesthetics, then, respective philosophical edifices. Aesthetics, then,
came into being as the philosophy of the Beautiful, came into being as the philosophy of the Beautiful,

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Justly or not, every introduction to the problems Justly or not, every introduction to the problems
of aesthetics begins by acknowledging the exis- of aesthetics begins by acknowledging the exis-
tence and claims of two methods of attackthe tence and claims of two methods of attackthe
general, philosophical, deductive, which starts general, philosophical, deductive, which starts
from a complete metaphysics and installs beauty from a complete metaphysics and installs beauty
in its place among the other great concepts; and in its place among the other great concepts; and
the empirical, or inductive, which seeks to disen- the empirical, or inductive, which seeks to dis-
gage a general principle of beauty from the objects engage a general principle of beauty from the
of aesthetic experience and the facts of aesthetic objects of aesthetic experience and the facts of
enjoyment: a prime example of James Fechners aesthetic enjoyment: a prime example of James
aesthetics from above and from below. First Fechners aesthetics from above and from below.
was the method of aesthetics par excellence. Ev- First was the method of aesthetics par excellence.
ery desire of an eighteenth-century philosopher, Every desire of an eighteenth-century philosopher,
Baumgarten, to round out his architectonic of Baumgarten, to round out his architectonic of
metaphysics that the science received its name, as metaphysics that the science received its name, as
designating the theory of knowledge in the form of designating the theory of knowledge in the form of
feeling, parallel to that of clear, logical thought. feeling, parallel to that of clear, logical thought.
Kant, Schelling, and Hegel, again, made use of the Kant, Schelling, and Hegel, again, made use of the
concept of the Beautiful as a kind of keystone or concept of the Beautiful as a kind of keystone or
cornice for their respective philosophical edifices. cornice for their respective philosophical edifices.
Aesthetics, then, came into being as the philosophy Aesthetics, then, came into being as the philosophy

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The Psychology of Beauty The Psychology of Beauty


Every introduction to the problems of aesthetics begins Every introduction to the problems of aesthetics be-
by acknowledging the existence and claims of two meth- gins by acknowledging the existence and claims of two
ods of attackthe general, philosophical, deductive, methods of attackthe general, philosophical, deduc-
which starts from a complete metaphysics and installs tive, which starts from a complete metaphysics and
beauty in its place among the other great concepts; and installs beauty in its place among the other great con-
the empirical, or inductive, which seeks to disengage cepts; and the empirical, or inductive, which seeks to
a general principle of beauty from the objects of aes- disengage a general principle of beauty from the ob-
thetic experience and the facts of aesthetic enjoyment: jects of aesthetic experience and the facts of aesthet-
a prime example of Fechners aesthetics from above ic enjoyment: a prime example of Fechners aesthet-
and from below. ics from above and from below.

Methodologies Methodologies
The first was the method of aesthetics par excellence. The first was the method of aesthetics par excellence.
It was indeed only through the desire of an eighteenth- It was indeed only through the desire of an eighteenth-
century philosopher, Baumgarten, to round out his ar- century philosopher, Baumgarten, to round out his
chitectonic of metaphysics that the science received architectonic of metaphysics that the science re-
its name, as designating the theory of knowledge in ceived its name, as designating the theory of knowl-
the form of feeling, parallel to that of clear, logical edge in the form of feeling, parallel to that of clear,
thought. Kant, Schelling, and Hegel, again, made use logical thought. Kant, Schelling, and Hegel, again,
of the concept of the Beautiful as a kind of keystone made use of the concept of the Beautiful as a kind of
or cornice for their respective philosophical edifices. keystone or cornice for their respective philosophical
Aesthetics, then, came into being as the philosophy of edifices. Aesthetics, then, came into being as the phi-
the Beautiful, and it may be asked why this philosophi- losophy of the Beautiful, and it may be asked why this
cal aesthetics does not sufficewhy beauty should philosophical aesthetics does not sufficewhy beauty
need for its understanding also an aesthetics von should need for its understanding also an aesthetics
unten. The answer is not that no system of philosophy von unten. The answer is not that no system of phi-
is universally accepted, but that the general aesthetic losophy is universally accepted, but that the general
theories have not, as yet at least, succeeded in answer- aesthetic theories have not, as yet at least, succeeded
ing the plain questions of the plain man in regard to in answering the plain questions of the plain man in
concrete beauty. regard to concrete beauty.

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Kant, indeed, frankly denied that the explanation of con- Kant, indeed, frankly denied that the explanation of
crete beauty, or Doctrine of Taste, as he called it, was concrete beauty, or Doctrine of Taste, as he called it,
possible, while the various definers of beauty as the was possible, while the various definers of beauty as
union of the Real and the Idealthe expression of the the union of the Real and the Idealthe expression
Ideal to Sensehave done no more than he. No one of of the Ideal to Sensehave done no more than he. No
these aesthetic systems, in spite of volumes of so-called one of these aesthetic systems, in spite of volumes
application of their principles to works of art, has been of so-called application of their principles to works
able to furnish a criterion of beauty. The criticism of the of art, has been able to furnish a criterion of beauty.
generations is summed up in the mild remark of Fech- The criticism of the generations is summed up in the
ner, in his Vorschule der Aesthetik, to the effect that mild remark of Fechner, in his Vorschule der Aesthe-
the philosophical path leaves one in conceptions that, by tik, to the effect that the philosophical path leaves
reason of their generality, do not well fit the particular one in conceptions that, by reason of their general-
cases. And so it was that empirical aesthetics arose, ity, do not well fit the particular cases. And so it was
which does not seek to answer those plain questions as that empirical aesthetics arose, which does not seek
to the enjoyment of concrete beauty down to its sim- to answer those plain questions as to the enjoyment of
plest forms, to which philosophical aesthetics had been concrete beauty down to its simplest forms, to which
inadequate. But it is clear that neither has empirical philosophical aesthetics had been inadequate. But it
aesthetics said the last word concerning beauty. Criti- is clear that neither has empirical aesthetics said the

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The Psychology of Beauty The Psychology of Beauty


Every introduction to the problems of aesthetics Every introduction to the problems of aesthetics be-
begins by acknowledging the existence and claims of gins by acknowledging the existence and claims of
two methods of attackthe general, philosophical, two methods of attackthe general, philosophical,
deductive, which starts from a complete metaphysics deductive, which starts from a complete metaphysics
and installs beauty in its place among the other great and installs beauty in its place among the other great
concepts; and the empirical, or inductive, which seeks concepts; and the empirical, or inductive, which seeks
to disengage a general principle of beauty from the ob- to disengage a general principle of beauty from the
jects of aesthetic experience and the facts of aesthetic objects of aesthetic experience and the facts of aes-
enjoyment: a prime example of Fechners aesthetics thetic enjoyment: a prime example of Fechners aes-
from above and from below. thetics from above and from below.

Methodologies Methodologies
The first was the method of aesthetics par excellence. The first was the method of aesthetics par excellence.
It was indeed only through the desire of an eighteenth- It was indeed only through the desire of an eigh-
century philosopher, Baumgarten, to round out his ar- teenth-century philosopher, Baumgarten, to round
chitectonic of metaphysics that the science received out his architectonic of metaphysics that the sci-
its name, as designating the theory of knowledge in ence received its name, as designating the theory of
the form of feeling, parallel to that of clear, logical knowledge in the form of feeling, parallel to that of
thought. Kant, Schelling, and Hegel, again, made use clear, logical thought. Kant, Schelling, and Hegel,
of the concept of the Beautiful as a kind of keystone again, made use of the concept of the Beautiful as a
or cornice for their respective philosophical edifices. kind of keystone or cornice for their respective philo-
Aesthetics, then, came into being as the philosophy of sophical edifices. Aesthetics, then, came into being
the Beautiful, and it may be asked why this philosophi- as the philosophy of the Beautiful, and it may be asked
cal aesthetics does not sufficewhy beauty should why this philosophical aesthetics does not suffice
need for its understanding also an aesthetics von why beauty should need for its understanding also
unten. The answer is not that no system of philosophy an aesthetics von unten. The answer is not that no
is universally accepted, but that the general aesthetic system of philosophy is universally accepted, but that
theories have not, as yet at least, succeeded in answer- the general aesthetic theories have not, as yet at least,
ing the plain questions of the plain man in regard to succeeded in answering the plain questions of the
concrete beauty. plain man in regard to concrete beauty.

Doctrine of Taste Doctrine of Taste


Kant, indeed, frankly denied that the explanation of Kant, indeed, frankly denied that the explanation of
concrete beauty, or Doctrine of Taste, as he called it, concrete beauty, or Doctrine of Taste, as he called it,
was possible, while the various definers of beauty as was possible, while the various definers of beauty as
the union of the Real and the Idealthe expression the union of the Real and the Idealthe expression
of the Ideal to Sensehave done no more than he. No of the Ideal to Sensehave done no more than he. No
one of these aesthetic systems, in spite of volumes of one of these aesthetic systems, in spite of volumes
so-called application of their principles to works of of so-called application of their principles to works
art, has been able to furnish a criterion of beauty. The of art, has been able to furnish a criterion of beauty.
criticism of the generations is summed up in the mild The criticism of the generations is summed up in the
remark of Fechner, in his Vorschule der Aesthetik, mild remark of Fechner, in his Vorschule der Aesthe-
to the effect that the philosophical path leaves one tik, to the effect that the philosophical path leaves
in conceptions that, by reason of their generality, do one in conceptions that, by reason of their generality,
not well fit the particular cases. And so it was that do not well fit the particular cases. And so it was that
empirical aesthetics arose, which does not seek to empirical aesthetics arose, which does not seek to
answer those plain questions as to the enjoyment of answer those plain questions as to the enjoyment of
concrete beauty down to its simplest forms, to which concrete beauty down to its simplest forms, to which
philosophical aesthetics had been inadequate. But it is philosophical aesthetics had been inadequate. But it
clear that neither has empirical aesthetics said the last is clear that neither has empirical aesthetics said the
word concerning beauty. Criticism is still in a chaotic last word concerning beauty. Criticism is still in a cha-
state that would be impossible if aesthetic theory were otic state that would be impossible if aesthetic theory
firmly grounded. This situation appears to me to be due were firmly grounded. This situation appears to me to
to the inherent inadequacy and inconclusiveness of be due to the inherent inadequacy and inconclusive-
empirical aesthetics when it stands alone; the grounds ness of empirical aesthetics when it stands alone; the
of this inadequacy I shall seek to establish in the fol- grounds of this inadequacy I shall seek to establish in
lowing. Granting that the aim of every aesthetics is to the following. Granting that the aim of every aesthet-
determine the Nature of Beauty, and to explain our feel- ics is to determine the Nature of Beauty, and to explain

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name JAN apr jul The sense of constructing situations The sense of constructing situa- The sense of constructing situa-
ABBO 123,864 104,403 122,231 is to fulfill human primitive desires tions is to fulfill human primitive tions is to fulfill human primitive
ahca 158,778 160,081 170,624 and pursue a superior passional qual- desires and pursue a superior pas- desires and pursue a superior
AIRD 245,856 287,968 266,550 ity. From Internationale Situationiste sional quality. From Internationale passional quality. From Inter-
ANCA 491,384 458,620 446,182 #1: This alone can lead to the further Situationiste #1: This alone can nationale Situationiste #1: This
ATGB 218,342 210,968 199,267 clarification of these simple basic lead to the further clarification alone can lead to the further
ATHA 164,168 116,164 180,652 desires, and to the confused emer- of these simple basic desires, and clarification of these simple ba-
ARRO 341,215 420,021 399,981 gence of new desires whose material to the confused emergence of sic desires, and to the confused
BANF 126,845 154,861 140,616 roots will be precisely the new reality new desires whose material roots emergence of new desires whose
BARO 120,103 220,044 190,820 engendered by situationist construc- will be precisely the new reality material roots will be precisely
BARR 315,614 351,414 340,156 tions. We must thus envisage a sort of engendered by situationist con- the new reality engendered by
Bhhi 436,493 352,241 389,325 situationist-oriented psychoanalysis structions. We must thus envisage situationist constructions. We
BKIN 355,541 147,581 210,610 in which, in contrast to the goals pur- a sort of situationist-oriented psy- must thus envisage a sort of
BONA 461,656 357,465 295,610 sued by the various currents stem- choanalysis in which, in contrast situationist-oriented psycho-
BOWD 155,564 187,912 160,653 ming from Freudianism, each of the to the goals pursued by the various analysis in which, in contrast to
BRET 227,298 251,236 266,561 participants in this adventure would currents stemming from Freudian- the goals pursued by the various
BROO 312,564 284,521 277,155 discover desires for specific ambi- ism, each of the participants in this currents stemming from Freud-
Brth 202,799 179,209 304,195 ences in order to fulfill them. each adventure would discover desires ianism, each of the participants
CALG 355,541 147,581 210,610 person must seek what he loves, what for specific ambiences in order to in this adventure would discover
CAMP 219,102 240,031 156,616 attracts him. Through this method fulfill them. each person must seek desires for specific ambiences in
CANM 122,692 162,241 141,155 one can tabulate elements out of what he loves, what attracts him. order to fulfill them. each person
CARD 158,778 160,081 170,624 which situations can be constructed, Through this method one can tabu- must seek what he loves, what at-
Csnh 280,892 266,254 254,251 along with projects to dynamize these late elements out of which situ- tracts him. Through this method
DATC 112,756 127,375 115,689 elements. The primary obstacle to ations can be constructed, along one can tabulate elements out
DECA 416,452 397,752 400,282 situations, therefore, is the culture with projects to dynamize these of which situations can be con-
dfoz 634,432 592,244 615,347 of the advanced capitalist society. The elements. The primary obstacle to structed, along with projects to
dmoz 310,012 250,219 265,857 first issue of the journal Internatio- situations, therefore, is the culture dynamize these elements. The
DOVR 236,861 249,765 287,201 nale Situationiste defined a situation- of the advanced capitalist society. primary obstacle to situations,
DRAT 736,875 700,658 710,456 ist as having to do with the theory The first issue of the journal Inter- therefore, is the culture of the
eacr 148,572 201,368 175,265 or practical activity of constructing nationale Situationiste defined a advanced capitalist society. The
ecav 587,391 561,487 572,138 situations. One who engages in the situationist as having to do with first issue of the journal Inter-
eire 218,342 210,968 199,267 construction of situations. The same the theory or practical activity nationale Situationiste defined a
ekef 491,384 458,620 446,182 defined situationism as a meaning- of constructing situations. One situationist as having to do with
falq 102,924 113,078 108,912 less term improperly derived from who engages in the construction the theory or practical activity
fbBE 634,432 592,244 615,347 the above. There is no such thing as of situations. The same defined of constructing situations. One
fdor 387,116 414,278 402,621 situationism, which would mean an of situationism as a meaningless who engages in the construction
Forw 227,298 251,236 266,561 interpretation of existing facts. The term improperly derived from the of situations. The same defined
gcmj 436,493 352,241 389,325 notion of situationism is obviously above. There is no such thing as situationism as a meaningless
ggMD 123,864 104,403 122,231 devised by antisituationists. They situationism, which would mean term improperly derived from
ghtr 158,778 160,081 170,624 fought against the main obstacle on an of interpretation of existing the above. There is no such thing
HCIE 491,384 458,620 446,182 the fulfillment of such superior pas- facts. The notion of situationism is as situationism, which would
IRRU 245,856 287,968 266,550 sional living, identified by them in ad- obviously devised by antisituation- mean an of interpretation of
JCCA 164,168 116,164 180,652 vanced capitalism. Their theoretical ists. They fought against the main existing facts. The notion of situ-
JHHK 341,215 420,021 399,981 work peaked on the highly influential obstacle on the fulfillment of such ationism is obviously devised by
JSGB 236,861 249,765 287,201 book The Society of the Spectacle by superior passional living, identified antisituationists. They fought
KBDE 126,845 154,861 140,616 Guy Debord. He argued that the his- by them in advanced capitalism. against the main obstacle on the
KSRU 587,391 561,487 572,138 tory of social life can be understood Their theoretical work peaked on fulfillment of such superior pas-
MMGB 736,875 700,658 710,456 as the decline of being into having, the highly influential book The Soci- sional living, identified by them in
MRMX 120,103 220,044 190,820 and having into merely appearing. ety of the Spectacle by Guy Debord. advanced capitalism. Their theo-
MRPA 315,614 351,414 340,156 This condition, according to Debord, He argued that the history of social retical work peaked on the highly
MSPA 436,493 352,241 389,325 is the historical moment at which the life can be understood as the influential book The Society of
PBGB 355,541 147,581 210,610 commodity completes its colonization decline of being into having, and the Spectacle by Guy Debord.
PCIL 219,102 240,031 156,616 of social life. The spectacle is the in- having into merely appearing. This He argued that the history of
PHGR 461,656 357,465 295,610 verted image of society in which rela- condition, according to Debord, is social life can be understood as
PMIR 634,432 592,244 615,347 tions between commodities have sup- the historical moment at which the decline of being into having,
PZCA 416,452 397,752 400,282 planted relations between people, in the commodity completes its colo- and having into merely appear-
RCGB 280,892 266,254 254,251 which passive identification with the nization of social life. The specta- ing. This condition, according
RHBB 112,756 127,375 115,689 spectacle supplants genuine activ- cle is the inverted image of society to Debord, is the historical
RMCA 155,564 187,912 160,653 ity. The spectacle is not a collection in which relations between com- moment at which the commod-
SCCH 227,298 251,236 266,561 of images, Debord writes, rather, modities have supplanted relations ity completes its colonization
SCPT 312,564 284,521 277,155 it is a social relationship between between people, in which passive of social life. The spectacle is
SGCA 122,692 162,241 141,155 people that is mediated by images. identification with the spectacle the inverted image of society in
TBCA 148,572 201,368 175,265 In his analysis of the spectacular supplants genuine activity. The which relations between com-
TLLA 202,799 179,209 304,195 society, Debord notes that quality of spectacle is not a collection of im- modities have supplanted rela-
TLOZ 310,012 250,219 265,857 life is impoverished, with such lack of ages, Debord writes, rather, it is tions between people, in which
YCTW 355,541 147,581 210,610 authenticity, human perceptions are a social relationship between people passive identification with the

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The Spanish War, which began in 1739, and the French war The Spanish War, which began in 1739, and the French war
which soon followed it occasioned further increase of which soon followed it occasioned further increase of
the debt, which, on the 31st of December 1748, after the the debt, which, on the 31st of December 1748, after the
war had been concluded by the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, war had been concluded by the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle,
amounted to 78,293,313. The most profound peace of amounted to 78,293,313. The most profound peace of
seventeen years continuance had taken no more than seventeen years continuance had taken no more than
8,328,354. from it. A war of less than nine years con-
8,328,354. from it. A war of less than nine years con-
tinuance added 31,338,689 to it. (Refer to James Postle-
thwaites The History of the Public Revenue.) During the tinuance added 31,338,689 to it. (Refer to James Postle-
administration of Mr. Pelham, the interest of the public thwaites The History of the Public Revenue.) During the
debt was reduced, or at least measures were taken for administration of Mr. Pelham, the interest of the public
reducing it, from four to three per cent; the sinking fund debt was reduced, or at least measures were taken for
was increased, and some part of the public debt was paid reducing it, from four to three per cent; the sinking fund
off. In 1755, before the breaking out of the late war, the was increased, and some part of the public debt was paid
funded debt of Great Britain amounted to 72,289,673. off. In 1755, before the breaking out of the late war, the
On the 5th of January 1763, at the conclusion of the funded debt of Great Britain amounted to 72,289,673.
peace, the funded debt amounted to 122,603,336. The On the 5th of January 1763, at the conclusion of the
unfunded debt has been stated at 13,927,589. peace, the funded debt amounted to 122,603,336. The
unfunded debt has been stated at 13,927,589.

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The Spanish War, which began in 1739, and the French war The Spanish War, which began in 1739, and the French war
which soon followed it occasioned further increase of which soon followed it occasioned further increase of
the debt, which, on the 31st of December 1748, after the the debt, which, on the 31st of December 1748, after the
war had been concluded by the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle, war had been concluded by the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle,
amounted to 78,293,313. The most profound peace of amounted to 78,293,313. The most profound peace of
seventeen years continuance had taken no more than seventeen years continuance had taken no more than
8,328,354. from it. A war of less than nine years con-
8,328,354. from it. A war of less than nine years con-
tinuance added 31,338,689 to it. (Refer to James Postle-
tinuance added 31,338,689 to it. (Refer to James Postle-
thwaites The History of the Public Revenue.) During the
thwaites The History of the Public Revenue.) During the
administration of Mr. Pelham, the interest of the public
debt was reduced, or at least measures were taken for administration of Mr. Pelham, the interest of the public
reducing it, from four to three per cent; the sinking fund debt was reduced, or at least measures were taken for
was increased, and some part of the public debt was paid reducing it, from four to three per cent; the sinking fund
off. In 1755, before the breaking out of the late war, the was increased, and some part of the public debt was paid
funded debt of Great Britain amounted to 72,289,673. off. In 1755, before the breaking out of the late war, the
On the 5th of January 1763, at the conclusion of the funded debt of Great Britain amounted to 72,289,673.
peace, the funded debt amounted to 122,603,336. The On the 5th of January 1763, at the conclusion of the
unfunded debt has been stated at 13,927,589. peace, the funded debt amounted to 122,603,336. The
unfunded debt has been stated at 13,927,589.

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ESK (CZECH) DANSK (DANISH) DEUTSCH (GERMAN)


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Akoli klimova nenapsala knih mnoho, Der var en lille havfisk af god familie, Sehen wir das Gesamtbild unseres
pece zn ji ta nae etbychtiv mlde navnet husker jeg ikke, det m de heutigen Lebens nur mit unseren Augen
tuze dobe. Zn ji zejmna z knih: Z jara lrde sige dig. Den lille fisk havde an, so knnen wir die Folgerung ziehen,
do lta, Kniha bchorek, Paleek a Ma- attenhundrede sskende, alle lige da dieses Gebilde einen chaotischen
lenka, Z rje, Rodinn sknka a j., a pak gamle; de kendte ikke deres fader eller Charakter trgt, und es kann uns nicht
z rznch asopis pro mlde, do nich moder, de mtte straks sktte sig selv wundern, da diejenigen, welche sich
velice piln pispv. Jej prce vesms og svmme om, men det var en stor in diesem scheinbaren Chaos unwohl
dti nae rdy taj, ponvad skuten fornjelse; vand havde de nok at drikke, fhlen, der Welt entfliehen oder sich in
vynikaj vm, eho se na dobr etb hele verdenshavet, fden tnkte de geistigen Abstraktionen verlieren wol-
d. Vak Klimova tak pracuje s ls- ikke p, den kom nok; hver ville flge sin len. Doch jedenfalls mu es uns klar sein,
kou, pracuje opravdov vn a nevyd lyst, hver ville f sin egen historie, ja da diese Flucht vor der Wirklichkeit ein
nic na svtlo, co by dkladn nepodrobi- det tnkte heller ingen af dem p. Solen ebenso groer Irrtum ist wie jene Anleh-
la soudu svmu i soudu jinch. A to prv skinnede ned i vandet, det lyste om nung an den reinsten Materialismus.
dodv jejm prcem t prav ceny. Nue dem, det var s klart, det var en verden Weder die Flucht in das Mittelalter, noch
seznamme se se ivotem tto tich a med de forunderligste skabninger, og der von verschiedenen Kunsthistorikern
skromn pracovnice, seznamme se i s nogle s gruelig store, med voldsomme empfohlene Wiederaufbau des Olympos
jejmi pknmi spisy. Klimova narodila gab, de kunne sluge de attenhundrede kann und die Lsung bringen. Unsere
se 7. dne msce prosince roku 1851. v sskende, men det tnkte de heller Zeit hat eine andere Mission zu erfllen
Police. Otec jej byl dosti zmonm ikke p, for ingen af dem var endnu als die des Mittelalters und des Hellenis-
a venm manem, mlt v Police blevet slugt. De sm svmmede sammen, mus. Um die Aufgabe unserer Zeit richtig
dm a byl dlouh lta lenem obecnho tt op til hverandre, som sildene og zu verstehen, ist es notwendig, da wir
zastupitelstva, ba i mstskm radnm. makrellerne svmmer; men som de nicht nur mit unseren Augen, sondern
Pi dom mli Klimovi zahrdku. Nn allerbedst svmmede i vandet og tnkte vielmehr mit unseren innerlichen Sin-
matka Bohumilina milovala toti velice p ingenting, sank, med forfrdelig nesorganen die Lebensstruktur erfas-

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En esta conferencia no pretendo, como Dada a son origine dans le dictionnaire. Dapprima, ripetendendo lerrore
en anteriores, definir, sino subrayar; no Cest terriblement simple. En fran- commesso in giovent, scrisse di
quiero dibujar, sino sugerir. Animar, en ais cela signifie cheval de bois. En animali che conosceva poco, e le sue
su exacto sentido. Herir pjaros soo- allemand va te faire, au revoir, la favole risonarono di ruggiti e barriti.
lientos. Donde haya un rincn oscuro, prochaine. En roumain oui en effet, Poi si fece pi umano, se cos si pu dire,
poner un reflejo de nube alargada y vous avez raison, cest a, daccord, scrivendo degli animali che credeva di
regalar unos cuantos espejos de bolsillo vraiment, on sen occupe, etc. Cest un conoscere. Cos la mosca gli regal una
a las seoras que asisten. He querido mot international. Seulement un mot et gran quantit di favole dimostrandosi
bajar a la ribera de los juncos. Por de- ce mot comme mouvement. Trs facile un animale pi utile di quanto si creda. In
bajo de las tejas amarillas. A la salida de comprendre. Lorsquon en fait une ten- una di quelle favole ammirava la velocit
las aldeas, donde el tigre se come a los dance artistique, cela revient vouloir del dittero, velocit sprecata perch
nios. Estoy en este momento lejos del supprimer les complications. Psycholo- non gli serviva n a raggiungere la preda
poeta que mira el reloj, lejos del poeta gie Dada. Allemagne Dada y compris indi- n a garantire la sua incolumit. Qui fa-
que lucha con la estatua, que lucha con gestions et crampes brouillardeuses, ceva la morale una testuggine. Unaltra
el sueo, que lucha con la anatoma; he littrature Dada, bourgeoisie Dada et favola esaltava la mosca che distrug-
huido de todos mis amigos y me voy con vous, trs vnrs potes, vous qui geva le cose sozze da essa tanto amate.
aquel muchacho que se come la fruta avez toujours fait de la posie avec des Una terza si meravigliava che la mosca,
verde y mira cmo las hormigas devoran mots, mais qui nen faites jamais du mot lanimale pi ricco docchi, veda tanto
al pjaro aplastado por el automvil. lui-mme, vous qui tournez autour dun imperfettamente. Infine una raccontava
Por las calles ms puras del pueblo me simple point en potisant. Guerre mon- di un uomo che, dopo di aver schiacciato
encontraris; por el aire viajero y la luz diale Dada et pas de fin, rvolution Dada una mosca noiosa, le grid: Ti ho bene-
tendida de las melodas que Rodrigo et pas de commencement. Dada, amis et ficata; ecco che non sei pi una mosca.
Caro llam reverendas madres de soi-disant potes, trs estims fabrica- Con tale sistema era facile di avere ogni
todos los cantares. Por todos los sitios teurs et vanglistes Dada Tzara, Dada giorno la favola pronta col caff del

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Hajnali kt rakor a segdtiszt belpett Od wczoraj jaki niepokj panuje w D. Benedita levantou-se, no dia seguinte,
a tbornok szobjba s jelentette, hogy uliczce. Stary Mendel dziwi si i czciej com a idia de escrever uma carta ao
a jrrk elindultak a hodricsi ton. ni zwykle nakada krtk ajk patrzc marido, uma longa carta em que lhe
Az asztalra lltott petrleumlmpa w okno. Tych ludzi nie widzia on tu narrasse a festa da vspera, nomeasse
krl sztteregetett tereprajzok s jeszcze. Gdzie id? Po co przystaj z os convivas e os pratos, descrevesse a
jelentsek hevertek, rajtuk keresztbe robotnikami, pieszcymi do kopania recepo noturna, e, principalmente,
dobva egy ezstgombos lovaglplca. A fundamentw pod nowy dom niciarza desse notcia das novas relaes com
tbornok a szoba kzepn llt s hideg Greulicha? Skd si tu wziy te D. Maria dos Anjos. A mala fechava-se
arccal hallgatta a segdtiszt szavait. obszarpane wyrostki? Dlaczego patrz s duas horas da tarde, D. Benedita
Kurtra nyrt szakla rtesen csillogott tak po sieniach? Skd maj pienidze, e acordara s nove, e, no morando longe
a lmpafnyben. Aranykeretes szemve- id w piciu do szynku? Stary Mendel (morava no Campo da Aclamao), um
ge mgl jeges nyugalommal csillmlot- krci gow, smokczc may, silnie escravo levaria a carta ao correio muito
tak el kk szemei. Csupa energia volt ez wygity winiowy cybuszek. On zna tak a tempo. Demais, chovia; D. Benedita
a hat lb magas, karcs ember, aki egy dobrze t uliczk cich. Jej fizjonomi, jej arredou a cortina da janela, deu com
hnap eltt vette t a feldunai hadtest ruch. jej gosy, jej ttno. Wie, kiedy zza os vidros molhados; era uma chuvinha
parancsnoksgt. De most mgis, ktrego wga wyjrzy w dzie pogodny teimosa, o cu estava todo brochado
mintha valami fradtsgot vagy inkbb soce; ile dzieci przebiegnie rankiem, de uma cor pardo-escura, malhada de
fsultsgot rultak volna el mozdulatai. drepcc do ochronki, do szkoy; ile grossas nuvens negras. Ao longe, viu
Nmn blintott s mikor a segdtiszt zwidych dziewczt w ciemnych flutuar e voar o pano que cobria o balaio
mgtt becsukdott az ajt, kimerlten chustkach, z maymi blaszeczkami w que uma preta levava cabea: concluiu
dobta magt a kopott dvnyra. Kt nap rku przejdzie po trzy, po cztery, do que ventava. Magnfico dia para no sair,
ta mindig talpon volt s egyik izgalom a fabryki cygar na robot; ile kobiet e, portanto, escrever uma carta, duas
msik utn rte. A Szlakna irnyban przystanie z koszami na starym, cartas, todas as cartas de uma esposa
fekv fcsapat fel halad ellensg wytartym chodniku, pokazujc sobie ao marido ausente. Ningum viria tent-

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He olivat ystvi ystvyydess, joka Klockan var mellan tta och nio den Sadk gen, aralad kapy ekince,
oli lheisemp kuin veljeys. Nello oli vackra majmorgonen, d Arvid Falk yine birden kararan sanduka skunu
pieni Ardennelainen Patras suuri efter scenen hos brodern vandrade iinde, skender Paa, galeyansz
Flamandilainen. He olivat saman ikisi gatorna framt, missnjd med sig sjlv, ibadetine balard. Artk dnyaya dair
vuosilla mitattuna, mutta kuitenkin missnjd med brodern och missnjd hibir midi kalmamt. stedii yalnz
toinen oli viel nuori, toinen oli jo med det hela. Han nskade att det vore bir iman selametiydi. Vka korkak bir
vanha. He olivat asuneet yhdess koko mulet och att han hade dligt sllskap. adam deildi. Ama, muhakkak bir lm
ikns; molemmat he olivat orpoja ja Att han var en skurk, det trodde han her gn, her saat, her dakika, hatta
kurjia sek saivat leipns samasta icke fullt p, men han var icke njd med her saniye beklemek Onun cesaretini
kdest. Se oli ollut heidn siteens sig sjlv, han var s van att stlla hga krm, sinirlerini zayflatmt. Evet, ya
alku, heidn ensimminen sympatian fordringar p sig, och han var inlrd att kafas kesilecek, ya boulacakt! Dn-
sikeens; se oli vahvistunut piv i brodern se ett slags styvfar, fr vilken dke, ensesinde souk bir satrn sarih
pivlt ja kasvanut heidn mukanaan han hyste stor aktning, nstan vrdnad. temasn duyar gibi oluyordu. Bu sarih
kiinten ja erottamattomana niin, ett Men ven andra tankar dko upp och temas silinirken karsna kendi bouk
he alkoivat rakastaa toisiansa erittin gjorde honom bekymrad. Han var utan hayali gelirdi; gzleri patlam, kavuu
paljon. Heidn kotinsa oli pieni mkki pengar och utan sysselsttning. Detta bir tarafa yuvarlanm, boynu yal bir
pienen Flamandilaisen kyln reunalla, senare var kanske det vrsta ty syss- kement ile sklm, ayandan pabular
peninkulman pss Antverpenist. Kyl lolsheten var honom en svr fiende, km, ipek kua zlm, karanlk,
sijaitsi leveiden laidunkaistaleiden ja begvad med en aldrig vilande fantasi kpkl azndan siyah dili sarkm bir
viljavainioiden vliss, ja sen lpi virtaa- som han var. Under ganska obehagliga naa skender Paann yerde srnen
van suuren kanavan reunamilla kasvoi funderingar hade han kommit ner p ls! Titrer, gzlerini outurur, yine
pitkt rivit tuulessa taipuvia poppeleita Lilla Trdgrdsgatan; han fljde vnstra salt- selamlarn ekmeye balard.
ja tervaleppi. Siin oli parikymment trottoaren utanfr Dramatiska Teatern Yakn akbetinin bu uzv hatras o kadar
maatilaa ja taloa, joiden ikkunaluukut och befann sig snart inne p Norrlands- bariz, o kadar kuvvetliydi ki ocuklu-

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alternate E F EFFORTS Finally Evincing Essence EFFORTS Finally Evincing Essence
STYLISTIC SET 04
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STYLISTIC ALTERNATES
Illustrator/Photoshop Jaunty researchers ready trials Jaunty researchers ready trials

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styles included in complete family about the designer

Druk Text Medium Berton Hasebe (born 1982) moved from Hawaii to study
Druk Text Medium Italic and work in Los Angeles, obtaining a BFA from Otis College of
Druk Text Bold Art and Design in 2005. In 2007 he moved to the Netherlands
Druk Text Bold Italic to study type design through the Type and Media masters
Druk Text Heavy course at the Royal Academy of Art (KABK) in The Hague.
Druk Text Heavy Italic Berton has resided in New York since 2008, and was a staff
Druk Text Super designer with Commercial Type from 2008 to 2013, when he
Druk Text Super Italic left to start his own studio.
Bertons typefaces have been awarded by the New York
and Tokyo Type Directors Club, the ATypI, and the BRNO Bien-
supported languages
nial. In 2012 he was awarded Print Magazines 20 Under 30
Award. Berton currently teaches typography at Parsons and
Afrikaans, Albanian, Asturian, Basque, Breton, Bosnian, type design at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia.
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