Cap: Fr,1529. Cape; a piece of land jutting into the sea or some other large body of water.
Falcon: 13th century, from Late Latin falcon-, falco, probably from Latin falc-, falx. Birds of prey of the family Falconidae, with long, pointed wings, a hooked beak with a toothlike notch and swift, agile flight, typically diving to seize prey.
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“I wish that man becomes himself, against all odds. Nowadays, we are surrounded by ‘functional’ individuals who do not live their own lives.
They live their “function”. And when the latter changes, they change, period. Tragic men no longer exists – or few of them are left, that is, beings who have their own fate, which they establish for themselves.
I would love that man refuses to become a part of a large soulless machine. I think we should try to build ourselves, regardless of the system that surround us, looking at ourselves as lucidly as possible.
…In essence, the task is the same for all of us. It is an obligation to be fair and true toward ourselves against the collective hypocrisy.”
Imre Kertész, 2002 Nobel Prize in Literature. Interview in Psychologies, December 2011.
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