Myth in Order: Forbidden Planet (1959)
word, speech, story, tale...
Brockhaus Encyclopedia: Definition of Myth (2019)
Myth is a narrative that speaks about the nature of the universe and forms collective beliefs.
Myth in Order: Defintion of Myth (2019)
Moreau, Gustave: Prometheus (1868)
Cranach the Elder, Lucas: Adam and Eve (1526)
What should we be without the help of that which does not exist?
Valéry, Paul: Petite lettre sur les mythes (1928)
NASA: Apollo 12 Mission (1969)
Vieland, Nathan: Sensory Enhancement (2014)
Tesla Factory, California: Robotic Arms (2012)
Locatelli, Luca: Feeding the World (2018)
Unknown: Nil Mosaic in Palestina (2011)
Delacroix, Eugène: Liberty Leading the People (1830)
Stofleth, Bertrand: Rhodanie (2015)
Myth in Order: Timeline (2019)
The state of being whole and undivided
From: Latin, integritas, from integer, intact
Oxoford english dictionary: Integrity Definition (2019)
Myth in Order: Voluptas (2019)
I’ll begin with the following hypothesis: Society has been completely urbanized. This hypothesis implies a definition: An urban society is a society that results from a process of complete urbanization. This urbanization is virtual today, but will become real in the future.
Lefebvre, Henri: The urban revolution (2003)
Kircher, Athanasius: Topographia paradisi (1675)
Unknown: Le jardin des Pharaons (1539)
Gerster, Georg: Bagh-e Shahzadeh (1977)
Kahn, Fritz: Der Mensch als Industriepalast (1926)
The state of being calm, peaceful and untroubled.
From serenus, clear, fair
Oxoford english dictionary: Serenity (2019)
Sugimoto, Hiroshi: Seascapes (1991)
Life ... is like a festival; just as some come to the festival to compete, some to play their trade, but the best people come as spectators...
Pythagoras of Samos: Parable (quoted in The life of the Mind, Hannah Arendt) (1975)
Myth in Order: Dasein in relation to Homeland (2019)
Dali, Salvador: Cadaques (1923)
An overwhelming feeling of great happiness or joyful excitement.
From Greek: ekstasis‚ the standing outside oneself
Oxoford english dictionary: Ecstasy (2019)
Matisse, Henri: Dance (1910)
To the existence of art, to the existence of any aesthetic activity or perception whatsoever, a preliminary psychological condition is indispensable, namely, ecstasy.
Nietzsche, Friedrich: Twilight of the Idols, or, How to Philosophize with a Hammer (1888)
Bernini, Gian Lorenzo: Ecstasy of Saint Teresa (1652)
Myth in Order: Ecstasy (2019)
Myth in Order: Serenity (2019)
Myth in Order: Integrity (2019)
Myth in Order: Ideal City (2019)
Myth in Order: Topographia paradisi (1675)
Why not set a higher value on dispersal? Instead of living in just one place, and trying in vain to gather yourself together there, why not have five or six rooms dotted about Paris? I’d go a nd sleep in Denfert, I’d write in the Place Voltaire, I’d listen to music in the Place Clichy, I’d make love at the Poterne des Peupliers, I’d eat at the Rue de la Tombe-Issoire, I’d read by the Pare Monceau, etc.