Precisely because we have embarked on the great and long venture of demolishing a world that has grown old and of rebuilding it authentically anew, i.e. historically, we must know the tradition. We must know more—i.e. our knowledge must be stricter and more binding—than all the epochs before us, even the most revolutionary. Only the most radical historical knowledge can make us aware of our extraordinary tasks and preserve us from a new wave of mere restoration and uncreative imitation.
In a sense, the media is a moving Potemkin village of understanding, constantly adapting and reconstructing after-the-fact.
I plan to be a part of Haiti's reconstruction and future.
I had to have shoulder reconstruction.