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F. Nietzsche Also Sprach Zarathustra

Werkzeug deines Leibes ist auch deine kleine Vernunft, mein Bruder, die du "Geist" nennst, ein kleines Werk- und Spielzeug deiner grossen Vernunft.

J. Derrida de la Grammatologie

"Nos passions sont les principaux instruments de notre conservation: c'est donc une entreprise aussi vaine que ridicule de vouloir les détruire; c'est contrôler la nature, c'est réformer l'ouvrage de Dieu.

Aldous Huxley Brave New World

Thirty or forty bars-and then, against this instrumental background, a much more than human voice began to warble; now throaty, now from the head, now hollow as a flute, now charged with yearning harmonics, it effortlessly passed from Gaspard's Forster's low record on the very frontiers of musical tone to a trilled bat-note high above the highest C to which (in 1770, at the Ducal opera of Parma, and to the astonishment of Mozart) Lucrezia Ajugari, alone of all the singers in history, once piercingly gave utterance.

F.Kafka Prozess

Da erhob sich der Schrei, den Franz ausstieß, ungeteilt und unveränderlich, er schien nicht von einem Menschen, sondern von einem gemarterten Instrument zu stammen, der ganze Korridor tönte von ihm, das ganze Haus mußte es hören.

George Orwell Nineteen Eighty-Four

The instrument (the telescreen, it was called) could be dimmed, but there was no way of shutting it off completely.

J.K. Rowling Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

The wizard dropped it onto a strange brass instrument, which looked something like a set of scales with only one dish.

F. Nietzsche Also Sprach Zarathustra

Werk- und Spielzeuge sind Sinn und Geist: hinter ihnen liegt noch das Selbst.

J. Derrida de la Grammatologie

L'analyse des " instruments " du langage est donc commandée par la situation de dispersion pure qui caractérise ltat de nature.

Aldous Huxley Brave New World

But now me great moment had come-the greatest, Darwin Bonaparte had time to reflect, as he moved among his instruments, the greatest since his taking of the famous all-howling stereoscopic feely of the gorillas' wedding. "Splendid," he said to himself, as the Savage started his astonishing performance. "Splendid!" He kept his telescopic cameras carefully aimed-glued to their moving objective; clapped on a higher power to get a close-up of the frantic and distorted face (admirable!); switched over, for half a minute, to slow motion (an exquisitely comical effect, he promised himself); listened in, meanwhile, to the blows, the groans, the wild and raving words that were being recorded on the sound-track at the edge of his film, tried the effect of a little amplification (yes, that was decidedly better); was delighted to hear, in a momentary lull, the shrill singing of a lark; wished the Savage would turn round so that he could get a good close-up of the blood on his backand almost instantly (what astonishing luck!) the accommodating fellow did turn round, and he was able to take a perfect close-up.

F.Kafka Prozess

Es war kein kurzes Gespräch, aber K. blieb in seiner Zerstreutheit die ganze Zeit über neben dem Apparat stehen.

George Orwell Nineteen Eighty-Four

The pen was an archaic instrument, seldom used even for signatures, and he had procured one, furtively and with some difficulty, simply because of a feeling that the beautiful creamy paper deserved to be written on with a real nib instead of being scratched with an ink-pencil.

J.K. Rowling Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

In the impostor Moodys days it had been packed with various instruments and artifacts for the detection of wrongdoing and concealment.

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