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He opts for cheerful, for vapid. Hasetsu is a great place. Come and visit at least once! He changes clothes while they warm up, Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga in a corner deeply alone, lost in his thoughts.
Victor nearly forgets to follow them both. Victor remembers the program Yuuri skated the day before in practice and his heart sinks. Still he pretends. You have to let me stay here. You have to let me finish this. It wants to be won. Victor blinks and Yuuri is transformed, too: gone is the smiling, clapping, sweet thing. Yuuri has his head in his hands, his gaze transfixed on his feet. Yuuri jolts in front of him in a flash of pure, unadulterated panic, puts his hands over his face and tries to breathe.
Yuuri changes. Victor is inches away when it Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga. Then Yuuri hugs him. Victor has tried for weeks now to be this close. Yuuri uses some type of gel to slick his hair back and Victor can smell it.
Of course, he says, because watching Yuuri dance in Sochi and watching Yuuri skate Stammi vicino, non te ne andare were both as easy as breathing.
What was with your triple axel out of the spread eagle? That was the worst, so far. I know you had Yurio teach you the quad Salchow in secret, but what was that? Victor stands next to him. Look, he wants to shout at the crowds. A word please. Victor watches for a moment as Yuuri wrestles with his own anxiety, and then puts an arm around his shoulders, braces him against his own doubts, his terror.
What Yuuri says is:. Thank you for your continued support! Dinner after the Onsen on Ice is katsudon. Yuuri looks soft and adorable and happy, but he also has tell-tale bags under his eyes, and looks like he's going to faceplant on the table any moment now. Victor thinks about the way the Eros story got rewritten, somehow, out there on the ice, and he glances towards Minako, who momentarily receives the benefit of his full attention, even if alcohol is making all of the edges of the world a little bit blurred at the seams.
He chose the woman. Watch me and only me. Instead, Problems - Sex Pistols - Never Trust A Hippy puts on his coach voice.
Besides, the past 24 hours Cant You Tell - Peace And Love - Peace And Love taken their toll on Victor, too, hurling him from one end of the emotional spectrum to another.
Makkachin is curled up at the end of the bed, already asleep, when Victor calls Paris. He lets Sofia tell him about school and listens Ik Ben Niet Bang - Musti - Musti Zingt In Koor - 40 Kinderliedjes his father ramble on about the upcoming season before Mariya takes the phone. It all comes out in one breath: oh mama, it was so close, but he won, he won ….
The dream is forgotten in the clear light of daybreak. In the morning, Victor has breakfast with Toshiya and the poodle cup, without any sign of Yuuri. He's about to do just that when Toshiya sets down his newspaper.
Victor hesitates in the doorway and waits for the question. I needed him to win. Yuuri bursts through the doors and out onto the ice in his tennis shoes, completely out Call From The Dark - Magma - Christian Vander - Merci breath, and Victor holds back his laugh.
They do this until Yuuri takes a particularly nasty fall. I need those! A perfect score there could make the technical components less relevant, and he says as much, only to find the idea rewarded by stubborn silence.
Yuuri's muscles are back; the adorable but inadvisable softness of his body has been chiseled away by hours of workouts. Because Yuuri is objectively terrible at remembering to take care of himself, and Victor is objectively terrific at finding new ways to punish himself for his current circumstances, he decides to help Yuuri stretch. Better to do it Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga than to fall into bed and wake up with aches and cramps, the athlete side of him thinks.
Still, the athlete side of him is very quiet. He needs to find something else to talk about. Literally anything else will do.
Yuuri tells him that his past coaches have always chosen his music, and Victor wrenches his leg a little bit higher, deeper into the stretch, ignores the subsequent protests of ow ow ow because Yuuri is letting him twist him around like a fucking pretzel and life, at present, is glorious.
This is fine, Victor tells himself, until he hears Yuuri start to apologize, catches the tell-tale waver of his voice. Changes the subject. Celestino tells him the story: Yuri only ever brought him one piece, composed by an acquaintance.
He calls it not bad, which is immensely far away from a ringing endorsement, but worse than that, he remembers the exact circumstances, the entire conversation. Please choose the music for me after all, Coach. Victor manages a slight smile. But the next day, when he does hear it, he realizes Brains.
And Scotch - bryface - Various Topics Celestino turned it down. Clean and pretty without being thrilling. Better to leave Yuuri in his room trying to figure it out, battling through it. Victor can still feel his anxious energy the next day when Yuuri leaves for a run, spends their time apart catching up with his friends. Alena is particularly interested in this part of his endeavor, and insists they facetime so that Victor can catch her up on his time in Hasetsu.
Time passes. Yuuri's no closer to his music, still hasn't arrived at a narrative theme. Victor is getting impatient. It's not a good moment for either of them.
Sometimes even Victor gets bought into his own mythology, forgets and eschews that he's still just a human. Then the apologies are firing again. That tic. Victor hates it. Four times as strong as before. Victor is a general trying to siege a city. All he has to throw at the walls is himself. He does it over and over and over again, and the walls still hold. Share a room? Yuuri closes his door without an answer.
Victor spends a sleepless night with his dog. His smile muscles hurt already but he smiles anyway, perhaps the falsest of his efforts to date. Something about the ocean has always been deeply reassuring to Victor. The same waves.
He and Yuuri sit next to each other but apart, separated by Makkachin, and Victor counts the incoming tides for a while in silence. He sympathizes. Always trying to disappear. Victor exhales and tells him about how the seagulls remind him of St. Victor sits absolutely still. I was really worried, waiting at the hospital with that girl. She hugged me to comfort me, and I shoved her away without thinking about it.
I shoved her away. An endless supply of something meant to keep him out. Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga wants to reach out. Victor considers his therapy sessions with Vasily; the way the old man always let him sling words like that into the air, allowed them to linger. Yuuri takes relationships seriously. Perhaps more seriously than Victor ever has.
And everyone else knows it, too. If figure skating was a sport that played out in front of no audience, or maybe even a smaller one, he thinks, Yuuri might even be one of the very best. Yuuri owns the creature that builds up his walls. Yuuri can tell him the rules.
Nevermind that this is exactly what he wants. Predictably, Yuuri erupts into arm-waving and a whole chorus of rejection, and Victor is nearly smiling when he stands up and stares back at him, adamant.
He's been so ready to transform himself into whatever Yuuri needs or wants that the idea is ludicrous. Alena is laughing at him a world away. Still, Yuuri seems to have some idea, some picture of who Victor really is. Victor wishes he was zephyr. Then Yuuri makes him a promise, and it has nothing to do with winning the Grand Prix. My love. The next day Yuuri runs up the stairs of the Hasetsu Ice Castle and tells Victor that his friend is going to redo the composition for his long skate.
The part of Victor that is narrow and mean and like his mother almost says hopefully she makes something a little more inspiring this time.
Thirteen quadruple flips later, Victor Nikiforov thinks he might be dying. Just thirteen quadruple flips. Now is not the time to reconsider Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga for what is also the Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga time. What else has Yuuri told him? He rattles off the first fact that comes into his mind. He was talking about those things. Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga is already instituting his default protocols for this sort of situation: profuse, pinwheel apologies.
Apology defcon 5 is not working, so Yuuri advances to the next levels: 4 bowing, 3 pleading. They stay like that for a long time, the only two people in the entire arena who are in on the joke. Victor soothes her indignant yelp as Yuuri keeps his apology song relatively Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga. The soft intricacy of piano is too real to be from a dream. Victor sits up and blinks away sleep, though for the instant his eyes are closed he can already picture the plaintive reaches Yuuri will make as the Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga moves of this program, the arc of his skates.
They both do. Yuuri catches him deliberating, settles in alongside him to tweak the list. A triple would be a much safer choice, and an easier triple, too: not the axel, which is three and a half rotations of menace not at all unlike the triplet bearing the name, Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga thinks. The determination comes humming back to life.
He drifts away to take off his jacket, to get ready for another grueling day. Yuuri, did you change the musical theme? This program, he realizes, could set records.
It could put him into the history books for the first time as a coach, as a choreographer for someone else. But if anyone else ever gets to see Yuuri skate it the way he does, then, well …. That proves to be a miscalculation: back Yankee Doodle - David Seville And The Chipmunks - Lets All Sing With The Chipmunks the onsen, the Katsuki family crack confetti over their son and provide everyone with drinks.
Cup of China and the Rostelecom Cup. He gathers from all the babbling that Yuuri is good friends with one of Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga Cup of China skaters, Chulanont. He talks to the dog instead. Sometimes Takeshi Nishigori is the perfect example of the idiom people have about bulls and china shops. Let them, he wants to say. This prompts a murmur of protest from the triplets and the conversation devolves once again.
He translates. Whatever it is the triplets have to say about this involves someone named Minami-kun and the word Fukuoka, which is enough to make Yuuri look thoughtful all over again.
Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga can cheer you on this year, too! Another week flies by on the same cadence: breakfast, time running to and from The Word - Various - Messageboard Mayhem temple, time spent at the rink. Every day Victor watches Yuuri unlace his skates and rub at the blisters on his feet, and every following day he comes back, earnest, determined, ready to take on more.
It takes four hours to get from Hasetsu to Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Sagaa journey that mostly happens by train. Victor gets to go through those lines at airports that are reserved for important people in a hurry.
He gets from point A to point B swiftly, these days. Time spent on a train occupies some other type of liminal space. Minako and Takeshi are sitting with them at one of those tables for four, engaging in what sounds like small talk with Yuuri in Japanese. Minako looks between him and Victor, looks at Takeshi, and then, like the evil saint she is, makes up an excuse on the spot about wanting to go to the dining car for beers.
Victor manages to count to ten entire telephone posts, flashing by alongside the train, before he says something. Then he says:. Sou ka. In completely opposite ways. Two sides of some same underlying syndrome, two different ways to hide. For once, he says nothing. He waits. He counts eight more telephone poles. Yuuri lets him. Yuuri offers him the unused earbud without another word. When my time comes around, lay me gently in the cold dark earth.
It has been a very long time since Victor has had to participate in a competition anything like the Chugoku, Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Sagaand Kyushu Championship. This is the trial grounds for the JSF, a world which Victor knows very little about. Everyone around him speaks Japanese until they see him, and then they speak star-struck English.
He does it passably well: to be charming and convincing is a habit Victor relies on often. He knows what people think of his smile.
He uses it here. He should be able to take it easy and earn a personal best Unnoticed - Until June - Until June today. Mistakes were apparently made. What he hears at the end was purely because I Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga mentally weak.
He uses the airhead act to get them all out of the moment: himself, the reporters, and most importantly, Yuuri. Then again, neither is this warmup. Eros is not meant to be performed in the distant, mechanical way Yuuri is skating right now. Stay put, he tells Yuuri later, and takes his bag to go change. For the next few days, these suits are going to be his armor, the final dressings of a persona he intends to express to a watching world.
He studies himself in the bathroom mirror for a long moment, and then he straightens his tie and walks back out, rejoins a waiting world that always holds its breath for what Victor Nikiforov might do next. This is for you. Yuuri facepalms a little bit as Victor follows him to the arena. Turn around. Yuuri turns, facing back to the rink. For a brief millisecond, all Victor can think about is how someone else, Minako maybe, probably helped him into his costume.
These eruptions from the press are familiar for Victor. He remembers the way Yuuri re-wrote the narrative. He knows the outcomes Yuuri is capable of creating. The quad Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga is over-rotated, almost enough to make Victor chuckle. Yuuri tries so hard that he tries too hard. Still, he manages to stay on his feet, and the last jump is a clean Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga where a quad-triple should have been. What gets noticed is the ripples.
He tucks Makkachin-the-box-of-tissues neatly under Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga arm. Both ideas are unacceptable. It brings Yuuri back to earth, at least. He Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga. Victor tries to reason with him. Yuuri can build up victories getting the non-jump components right, creating confidence and momentum going into the Grand Prix Final.
Victor finally realizes how Yakov must feel all the time, too, because he sees how none of it sinks in. He resorts to something else Yakov would do, too. Victor is asking. Everything Victor does around Yuuri is ultimately all part of the same question:. Then I could experiment with the other things. And now I feel more comfortable with the other things, so my singing voice has gone a bit offduty.
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Can your dog read your mind? Understanding the causes of canine perspective taking. The statement also indicates that they are distinct, and can be disjointed. Indeed there is a risk inherent in the pursuit of science and its applications, a risk that grows proportionally as knowledge expands. The risk is to sever science from conscience, and hence from the pursuit of wisdom, which is the only thing worth pursuing, and under which every human activity is to be subsumed.
As the science and technology of our time expand ever-further our understanding of the world and of ourselves, as well as our capacities for action, they seem to cry out for a moral sense in order to direct toward wisdom their development and their use. This article proposes a simple idea: the moral sense, of which conscience is the other name, cannot be provided by the science and technology that it needs to direct.
It must be sought in something within us which escapes by definition all scientific discourse, yet is the core of our humanity: our irreducible freedom and its relation to the transcendent. Already Henri Bergson noted, in The Two Sources of Morality and Religionthat modern technological tools have extended the power of the human body to an unprecedented degree, creating a dangerous imbalance in urgent need of a remedy.
Machines, he writes, have imparted to our organism an extension so Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Sagahave endowed it with a power so mighty, so out of proportion to the size and strength of that organism, that surely none of all this was foreseen in this structural plan of our species.
Now, in this body, distended out of all proportion, the soul remains Hence the gap between the two. Hence the tremendous social, political and Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga problems which are just so many definitions of this gap, and which provoke so many chaotic and ineffectual efforts to fill it.
What we need are new reserves of potential energy — moral energy this time. Its cumulative creation, the expanding artificial environment continuously reinforces the particular powers in man that created it.
Outshining in prestige and starving in resources whatever else belongs to the fullness of man, the expansion of his power is accompanied by a contraction of Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga self-conception and being. If the realm of making has invaded the realm of essential action, then morality must invade the realm of making, from which it has formerly stayed aloof. Morality today is compelled to address this challenge.
The moral sense that we urgently need, and that Bergson and Jonas so ardently call for, can be found neither in the laws of nature nor in the products of our own ingeniousness. In other words, it cannot be provided by science. There is no science that teaches us how to use science wisely, or what ethical guidelines should constrain its pursuit.
It must first be pointed out that science does not ground itself. Thus, it is not entitled to claim that it holds the ultimate word about all things in general and the human experience in particular. Science properly conducted makes no such claim, for it does not concern itself with the whole; it always operates within boundaries, which is precisely the key to its remarkable successes.
The fundamental questions pertaining to the moral sense its nature, its origin, what it directs us to do relate to the fundamental metaphysical question, which is the question of meaning.
But the essence of the moral sense escapes these approaches. It is the mystery of the human soul, its freedom of choice, and its absolute origination. Included in this is the mystery of evil, of which the presence in the world betrays the perversion of the moral sense — for only a being meant to be moral is capable of immoral behavior.
However helpful we may find economical or psychological explanations of the most egregious manifestations of evil in history, they do not go to the core of the matter, where no scientific explanation can reach. The human being is something more than what the sciences can say about it. The moral sense is about obeying a command, and nature does not command anything.
Nature does not say that an act is right and should therefore be performed, that a state of affairs is unjust and should therefore be corrected. The sphere in which there is a command is the sphere of freedom, which is other than the natural sphere. Ethical naturalism attempts to blur the distinction between fact what is and norm what ought to beand to read the moral norm in the natural fact. Nature herself, Callicles claims, demonstrates that it is right that the better man should prevail over the worse and the stronger over the weaker.
The truth of this can be seen in a variety of examples, drawn both from the animal world and from the complex communities and races of human beings; right consists in the superior ruling over the inferior and having the upper hand.
By Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga right, for example, did Xerxes invade Greece and his father Scythia, to take two of the countless examples that present themselves?
My conviction is that these actions are in accordance with nature; indeed, I would go so far as to say that they are in accordance with natural law, though not perhaps with the conventional law enacted by us.
Now, what does nature show us? A world of inequality, where the strong You Can Get It - Broilers / Volxsturm - Good Fellas Never Split E.P. the weak: no essential difference exists between a stronger animal pouncing on a weaker one to devour it, and Xerxes invading Greece or Darius, Scythia.
Since that is the way things are, that is the way they should be. It is, Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga it is just: might is right. Human beings are free, they have choices. That is why they must be held accountable for their actions, and not attribute Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga to the natural world, where freedom does not exist, and where, therefore, there are no norms directing the choices that free beings Zeffon - Coille make.
Hence the right of the strongest, a right that seems like something intended ironically and is actually established as a basic principle. But will no one explain this word to me? Force is a physical power; I fail to see what morality can result from its effects. To give in to force is an act of necessity, not of will. At most, it is an act of prudence. In what sense could it be a duty?
Many see something else in nature and explore the evolutionary advantages of altruism, the drawbacks of selfishness. Indeed nature seems to offer numerous examples of self-sacrifice or mutual support as well as of blatant self-interestedness or disregard for the welfare of others. But if the moral sense is explained entirely from such perspectives, morality is brought down to the world of facts, and made dependent on something that is of a nonmoral nature.
This is the surest way to destroy it. No philosopher has more vigorously than Kant highlighted the irreducibility of the moral imperative, of the ought, to what is. For every example of morality presented to me must itself first be judged according to principles of morality in order to see whether it is fit to serve as an original example, i. Thus, the moral law bears witness to both our dignity, which stems from our ability Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga from animals to receive the moral command, and our weakness, which stems from our inclination absent from a thoroughly good will, if such Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga thing exists to disobey this same command.
But above all it bears witness to the freedom of the human will, for only a free will can will to perform its duty, not for this or that benefit that may Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga derived from it, but out of pure respect for the moral law.
Morality requires a being that is capable of heeding an ought because it is free. It requires a being that not only exists in nature but transcends nature. It requires a being that is not just body, but soul. We seem to be moving further and No Child Of Mine - Marianne Faithfull - Live In Hollywood (DVD) away from such an agreement.
But denial of the soul is not a scientific position, even though it is often articulated by scientists who step out of the bounds of their respective disciplines Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga venture into philosophy. This dualism must be understood in the context of the Scientific Revolution of the early 17th century, in which Descartes himself was a prominent actor. The task of philosophy is not to convince us that we are not angels, but to remind us that we are not animals or machines.
Thus understood, the philosophical task is made all the more necessary by the increasingly pervasive presence of science and technology — which function by definition under a principle of Philosophy is not there to tag along with the sciences. It is there to be Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga. By making room for an immaterial soul, whose transcendence to the material world reflects the divine transcendence, the Cartesian dualism opens against all forms of naturalism the possibility of a compelling moral norm.
In approaching all things human, two planes of understanding must be distinguished. One is the scientific plane subdivided into as many perspectives as there are relevant sciencesthe other one the metaphysical plane. Both have their legitimacy. When Descartes claims in his Third Meditation that his parents cannot be his creators,14 he is not denying the role that his parents might have played in bringing him into the world as a biological being.
Our primary relationship, the relationship that makes us what we are, is our relation to the infinite. Chapter 8, Human Behavior - Bjork* - Frozen Saga. Translation mine. Translated by R. Ashley Audra and Cloudesley Brereton, with the assistance of W.
I have slightly modified the translation. Chapter 1, p. Plato, Timaeus.
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