(noun) the mind in its hypothetical primary blank or empty state before receiving outside impressions / (noun) something existing in its original pristine state (philosophy)
a politics that must hope for the worst and can think the future only as apocalypse and tabula rasa
I evidently project a certain tabula rasa quality
Without tabulae rasase or miraculous events, it is within the tendencies and affordances of our world today that we must locate the resources from which to build a new hegemony.
forgot the meaning
Happy just as I was at nineteen. My brain is a tabula rasa—and life excites me.
the desk. One day, I’d told myself, I’ll need to clean it properly and thoroughly, transform it into a tabula rasa upon which I might compose a great, momentous work. I’d been right: that day was now.
this is so funny
Could we begin our conversation over again, at a tabula rasa of black creative freedom