Jeg har taget 1.- og 2. g på gymnasiet, men valgte herefter at skifte til hf-enkeltfag, hvor jeg har fået merit for nogle af de fag, jeg har gennemført.
Jeg er ubetinget relativist, metafysiker og alternativist. Hos mig er det lysten, der driver værket. Jeg lærer ikke for leve, men lever for at lære.
Hf-enkeltfagskarakterer fra VUC FYN:
SSO Skriftligt 12
EPR Mundtligt 10
Dansk A Mundtligt 10 Skriftligt 12
Tysk A Mundtligt 10 Skriftligt 12
Engelsk B Mundtligt 12 Skriftligt 7
Filosofi C Mundtligt 12
Geografi C Mundtligt 12
Kemi C Mundtligt 10
Religion C Mundtligt 12
Årskarakterer fra Christianshavns Gymnasium:
Biologi B Mundtligt 10 Skriftligt 10
Historie B Mundtligt 10
Matematik B Mundtligt 10 Skriftligt 10
Samfundsfag C Mundtligt 10
Freud's Dream: A Complete Interdisciplinary Science of Mind by Patricia Kitcher: “However, he did not believe in the necessity of a quantitative approach because he described the determinants of unconscious motivation by such terms as “force,” “energy,” and “intensity.” On the contrary, he used this terminology because he believed that psychoanalysis must have a quantitative dimension.” (Chapter 3, page 53- 54)
Øbro Fri Skole (2002-2012)
Christianshavns Gymnasium (2012-2014)
Sankt Annæ Gymnasium (2014-2015)
LTC Brighton (2015)
Akademisk Studenterkursus (2015)
HF & VUC FYN (2015-2017)
Testrup Højskole (2016)
Københavns Universitet: PSYKOLOGI (2017 - Courage isn’t just about being brave, is about all the common fear and daring to do what is right.)
The Secret of Happiness by Dan Gilbert
1. Accrue wealth, power and prestige. Then lose it.
2. Spend as much of your life in prison as you possibly can.
3. Make someone else really rich.
4. Never ever join the Beatles.
Når man træffer et valg, bør man ikke tænke: ”Hvad ville det betyde for mig”, men i stedet tænke: ”Hvad kommer det til at betyde for mig."
Does this sound like a helicopter?... Bhhhhrhr
Feminist Studies by Nina Lykke: "The undecidability, fluidity and constant sliding from one meaning to another, which, according to Derrida, characterize the non-A position in the binary such as woman, is made visible in the act of deconstruction and mobilized as the driving force that makes the system of fixed binary oppositions fall apart." (Chapter 6, page 100)
The Work of Representations by Stuart Hall: "It is true that Saussure himself focused exclusively on the state of the language system at one moment of time rather than looking at linguistic change over time. However, for our purpose, the important point is the way this approach to language unfixes meaning, breaking any natural and inevitable tie between signifier and signified. This opens representation to constant 'play' or slippage of meaning, to the constant production of new meaning, new interpretations." (Chapter 1, page 32, in Hall, S. (ed.): Representations. Cultural Representations and signifying processes.)
Understanding Stuart Hall by Helen Davis: "He has described this as ‘the point at which power bites`, acknowledging the tension between structure and agency, desire and action. It was at the crucial intersection between power and knowledge that Hall understood the reality of gendered power relationships: ‘Long, long after I was able to pronounce the words, I encountered the reality of Foucault’s profound insight into the individual reciprocity of knowledge and power. Talking about giving up power is a radically different experience from being silenced.'" (Chapter 5, page 130)