Parisians are horrified by novel public urinals.
French Camel Corps, Tunisia, 1943. Photograph by Robert Capa. © Robert Capa © International Center of Photography / Magnum Photos.
Rivalry & Feud
Volume XI, Number 4 | fall 2018
Carl Jung attributed his split with his mentor Sigmund Freud around 1910 in part to a generational divide. “Our descendants are our most dangerous enemies,” Jung argued, “for they will outlive us, and, therefore, without fail, will take the power from our enfeebled hands.”
Hoping for new friendship from old enemies is / Like expecting to find a rose in a furnace.—Muhammad Baqir Najm-i Sani, 1612
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