Desire has reserved to itself the pure negating of the object and thereby unalloyed feeling of self. This satisfaction, however, just for that reason is itself only a state of evanescence, for it lacks objectivity or subsistence. Labour, on the other hand, is desire restrained and checked, evanescence delayed and postponed; in other words, labour shapes and fashions the thing. from Hegel's Phenomenology of Mind, on "Self-Consciousness."I know my way down the side streets now. La la la la la.
from Hegel's Phenomenology of Mind, on "Self-Consciousness."
Dolly Mixture, "Side Street Walker"