We have passed a really Cartesian quarter of the hour

We have passed a really Cartesian quarter of the hour

Returning, then, to my concept, their initiating theme :.Take it on faith. Which usually said, with whole lot more or much less comic inflection, when hope at some dubious impasse is just what all of us are least likely to have got. If that doesn't just correspond to the existential condition from where the movie theater of the Absurd come about, it does reflect in the particular absurd condition regarding American money that guided, through holding chads around Florida and also a Great Courtroom decision without legal material at all, towards the faith-based initiative of our born-again president, who recently place the definitive quietus to some residue of the cool war by looking into the eyes regarding his or her Russian counterpart together with, of course, seeing into his or her soul. That any skepticism found in the gaze was allayed by a former agent with the KGB is almost too crazy a conceit, its fulsome incertidumbre involving the global tragedia belonging more, perhaps, to a James Bond video than to be able to this cinema of the particular Absurd. But here that would seem to be we now have not any choice: we either get that on faith or perhaps laugh out loud, frivolity redoubling at the believed that it might possibly be either/or, whereas in the faith-based initiative of this absurdist theater you possibly can, on minimum, have it both ways. I say on minimum amount because, in often the drama involving Ionesco particularly, you can within the plenitude of unexp