By Guy Debord
Pour l'Internationale situationniste, les années qui vont de 1965 à 1968 sont marquées par une implication déterminante dans ce que l'on pourra appeler le cours de l'Histoire.
L'I.S. va se retrouver, malgré le boycott ou los angeles récupération de ses thèses, au centre du débat culturel (politique et artistique) de l'époque. state of affairs qu'elle mettra à revenue en faisant publier simultanément los angeles Société du spectacle et le Traité de savoir-vivre à l'usage des jeunes générations ; et en inspirant divers scandales qui marqueront de leur empreinte l'explosion de Mai sixty eight.
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Naudé claimed expertise in the late humanist, libertine Machiavellian art of prudence, or reason of state. 35 He was thus a proponent of neostoicism and an idea to which Cardinal Richelieu and much of Europe’s educated elite subscribed. 36 Educated in Italy, where he had studied medicine and worked as librarian to the Cardinal Bagni, Naudé had written a tract against political pamphlets, Le Marfore (1620); a famous work on library management and theory, Advice on Establishing a Library (1627); and a list of books necessary for the knowledge of politics, his Bibliographie politique (1642).
70 While merchant and political information ›owed into Amsterdam and The Hague, printers started producing mass runs of pamphlets and books disseminating this information—from exchange rates to secret court intrigues. 71 This had rami‹cations in information ›ow and archiving. The Dutch state did not have tight control over state information. 72 At the same time, the sheer volume of information passing through Holland added to its in›uence and its potential to threaten the interests of other countries.
For the surplus of orders that it has pleased you to send me by your letters and memos from yesterday, His Eminence has given me until this evening or tomorrow morning [to respond]. 14 Colbert was not just responsible for decoding—which he probably learned on the job—writing, and communicating; he also collected various correspondence and documents. 15 In the role of an administrative secretary, Colbert was Le Tellier’s eyes and ears, an archiver and ‹ler. But more than that, he also maintained an intraministerial secret news and intelligence bureau.
Correspondance: Janvier 1965-Décembre 1968 (Volume 3) by Guy Debord