Some articles on bataille:

Acéphale, The Review
... The first article, signed by Bataille, is titled "The Sacred Conjuration" and claims that "Secretly or not.. ... become different or else cease to be." Further on, Bataille wrote "Human life is exceeded of serving as head and reason of universe ... titled "Nietzsche and Fascists," in which Bataille violently attacks Elisabeth Förster-Nietzsche, Nietzsche's sister, who had married the notorious antisemite Bernhard Förster — the wedding had led to a ...
Leng Tch'e (album) - Bataille Quote
... the relationship between violence and the sacred led Zorn to the writings of Georges Bataille ... the look of ecstasy on the man's face haunted Bataille "This photograph had a decisive role in my life ... conclusion to a history of eroticism." — Georges Bataille ” — liner notes The liner notes present an abridgment of Bataille's remarks on p ...
... Ivry-la-Bataille is a commune in the Eure Department in the Haute-Normandie region in northern France ... Ivry-la-Bataille was formerly known as Ivry ...
Palladists - History
... Bataille" (actually Jogand-Pagès himself) alleged that Palladists were Satanists based in Charleston, South Carolina headed by the American Freemason Albert Pike and ... (London, 1896), reports that according to "the works of Domenico Margiotta and Dr Bataille" that "The Order of Palladium founded in Paris 20 May 1737 or Sovereign Council of Wisdom" was a "Masonic diabolic order" ... Bataille asserted that women would supposedly be initiated as "Companions of Penelope" ...
Sylvia Bataille
... Sylvia Bataille (1 November 1908 – 23 December 1993) was a French actress, born Sylvia Maklès in Paris (where she also died), of Romanian-Jewish descent ... When she was twenty, she married the writer Georges Bataille with whom she had a daughter, the psychoanalyst Laurence Bataille (1930–1986) ... Georges Bataille and Sylvia separated in 1934 but did not divorce until 1946 ...

Famous quotes containing the word bataille:

    Sacrifice is nothing other than the production of sacred things.
    —Georges Bataille (1897–1962)

    Intellectual despair results in neither weakness nor dreams, but in violence.... It is only a matter of knowing how to give vent to one’s rage; whether one only wants to wander like madmen around prisons, or whether one wants to overturn them.
    —Georges Bataille (1897–1962)

    The sovereign being is burdened with a servitude that crushes him and the condition of free men is deliberate servility.
    —Georges Bataille (1897–1962)