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That is why smell, as both the perception and the perceived which are one in the act of olfaction is more expressive than other senses. When we see we remain who we are, when we smell we are absorbed entirely. But they could not escape scent. For scent was a brother of breath.
Together with breath it entered human beings, who could not defend themselves against it, not if they wanted to live.
And scent entered into their very core, went directly to their hearts, and decided for good and all between affection and con- He who ruled scent ruled the hearts of men. Fedone ; Timeo, 73a. La Repubblica IX, b- b. Thomas Aquinas ; cf. Lizzini ; for the prophetic vision, cf. Theophrastus, For the ancient Latin scholars, cf. Aprile, ; the prejudice of smell is harboured in nearly every kind of racism, in particular in anti- Semitism, cf.
He saw that there was no mood of the mind that had not its counterpart in the sensuous life, and set himself to discover their true relations, wondering what there was in frankincense that made one mystical, and in ambergris that stirred one s passions, and in violets that woke the memory of dead romances, and in musk that troubled the brain, and in champak that stained the imagination; and seeking often to elaborate a real psychology of perfumes, and to estimate the several influences of sweet-smelling roots and scented, pollen-laden flowers; The reference to the spikenard might be a reference to the Bible: Song of Songs 1, Cf.
Cavalieri , ; Cavalieri , passim. Cavalieri , Cf. Kant , 48; for more about the opposite meaning of the idea, cf. Kant , Cf. Feuerbach Cf.
Brugiatelli For more about Nietzsche, cf. Onfray, part III. Proust Seek? More than that: create. It is face to face with something which does not yet exist, which it alone can make actual, which it alone can bring into the light of day. This is the famous passage about the piece of madeleine, the biscuit that, together with memory, opens up an entire world, and its profound symbolism does not escape us: the biscuit is shaped like the shell that the pilgrim would attach to their cloaks on their way back from Santiago de Compostela. In Proust, the sense of smell and taste open the door, with the help of memory, to our most authentic identity, and of which they remain the most faithful testimony.
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In that period one of the most esteemed arts at court was the ability to mix incenses; these were not only used as perfume but were also at the centre of competitions in which judges had to compare different formulae and choose the most refined. Nevertheless, in addition to this practical use, perfume was also used for religious purposes. In the Tale of Genji the two souls of perfume live side by side in harmony: the aromas of incense create an immaterial bridge that links the sacred and the profane in people s everyday lives.
Like many of the elements that characterise the unique nature of Japanese culture, incense came from abroad, arriving in Japan together with Buddhism around the middle of the sixth century.