self-annihilation


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It has existed, in different forms, since 1945, that moment of complete self-annihilation the Germans call"Stunde nul," or Zero Hour.
Welch's scattering of himself in so many transcriptions of speech, pages to be "given away" to friends, at some moments seems a virtuous self-effacement, at others a desperate self-annihilation.
Even given that Blake's version of self-annihilation might not be as destructive as the term suggests, these are fighting words.
Despite differing opinions about our treatment at the hands of the troika, it is clear to all neutral observers that some kind of outside intervention was necessary to save us from eventual self-annihilation.
He said: ''It looked humiliating but it was self-annihilation.
Amos Wilson wrote several books including: The Developmental Psychology of the Black Child, Awakening the Natural Genius of Black Children, Understanding Black Adolescent Make Violence: Its Remediation and Prevention, The Falsification of Afrikan Consciousness: Eurocentric History, Psychiatry and the Politics of White Supremacy, Black-on-Black Violence: The Psychodynamic of Black Self-Annihilation in Service of White Domination and Blueprint for Black Power: A Moral, Political and Economic Imperative for the Twenty-First Century.
genocide on the basis of self-annihilation has been launched in this region, the head of the "Noravanq" scientific and educational fund,
Anxiety states, paranoia, self-recrimination, hallucinations, death wishes and self-annihilation nightmares seem to have become Trakl's constant companions in this period (Saas 1974: 49).
The revolutionaries prefer to court self-annihilation than night what remains of the goodnight.
Reviling and irresistible, love is akin to a death drive that trembles on the boundaries of self-annihilation and absurdity.
Such an ending by the author leaves one with the greatest question of the decade, perhaps the century, to think about stopping self-annihilation and hatred towards others, which has no other logical conclusion but a large scale destruction.
Because the key features of the Perennial utopia include atemporal simultaneity, the desire for self-annihilation, and a unique relationship to the utopian dialect, the term I use to signify the Perennial paradigm in utopian literature comes from Leibniz's phrase philosophia perennis.
War ends, if we do not free ourselves from its grasp, in self-annihilation.
The young PML-Q leader said that the present situation had made the poor and the weak highly vulnerable and prone to take extreme steps including self-annihilation.