By Guy Debord
C'est en 1979 que man Debord décide, une première fois, de quitter un Paris qui à ses yeux avait, depuis longtemps déjà, tout perdu de son charme.
Si le siège de l'état-major s'est déplacé, l'état de guerre, pour lui, reste everlasting : depuis los angeles scenario en Italie, dont il donne une examine lucide dans sa Préface à los angeles quatrième édition italienne de «La Société du spectacle», jusqu'à celle de l'Espagne de l'après-franquisme, qui le conduit à mener campagne en faveur des «autonomes» emprisonnés à Ségovie, le tout entrecoupé de «jours tranquilles» passés ici ou là, durant lesquels conseils, traductions et courses se succèdent. Le five mars 1984, le mystérieux assassinat de son ami éditeur le pousse dans un nouveau style de strive against, cette fois contre une presse particulièrement déchaînée et hostile.
De ces années pleines de bruit et de fureur en tout style, beaucoup de choses vont être retenues et analysées qui alimenteront les prochains Commentaires sur l. a. société du spectacle.
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Chronology and geography are also issues. One example where this question is particularly thorny is the debate about the “role of women” in ancient society. What texts or evidence do we use to 26 What Do We Know About “Paul”? indd 26 10/3/2009 4:19:32 PM describe this status, and how representative is the evidence for women’s experience? Women’s access to social, economic, and political opportunities varied greatly over time and by region. Economic and social status were also important factors.
This determination is done from a distance of over 1,900 years and based on partial data. Further, it is driven, more often than not, by theological interests. Finally, as we’ve seen, Paul’s letters are notoriously difficult to date and are all situational communications. What elements of antiquity actually matter? ” Such scholarship must admit that any reconstruction is, at best, provisional and occasional; the village idiot of Corinth heard more of the cultural context of Paul’s letters than the most erudite modern scholar could hope to discern.
One Greco-Roman leader is mentioned by name. In Acts 18:12, Paul is examined by Gallio, the proconsul (managing governor) of the region of Achaia. Gallio governed from roughly 51 to 53 CE. Paul resides in Corinth for about 18 months. Concluding this journey, Paul returns, once more, to Antioch (18:18–21). While there, Paul meets another missionary pair, Aquilla and his wife Priscilla. Oddly, Acts also reports that he cuts off his hair as part of a vow. Most likely this is not a Nazarite vow since Paul does not dedicate the cut hair in the Temple (as described in Numbers 6:18).
Correspondance: Janvier 1979-Décembre 1987 (Volume 6) by Guy Debord