A python script that transforms literary and philosophical texts into patent applications.
The script includes three examples:
- “A method and device for comprehending theoretically the historical movement” (The Communist Manifesto)
- “An apparatus and device for staring into vacancy (The Hunger Artist by Kafka)
- “A device and system for belonging to bringing-forth” (The Question Concerning Technology by Heidegger)
Excerpts from A method and device for comprehending theoretically the historical movement
A method and device for comprehending theoretically the historical movement. The device comprises a sentimental veil, a mere instrument, a whole surface, a modern working condition, an essential product, a poor stock-in-trade, heavy artillery, a present system, a feudal system, a great factory, a collective product, a last resort, a transcendental robe, a bribed tool.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
Figure 1 is an isometric view of the progressive historical development of the proletariat
Figure 3 schematically illustrates a certain stage in the development
Figure 5 is an isometric view of the whole superincumbent strata of official society
Figure 7 is an isometric view of the undeveloped state of class
Figure 8 is a perspective view of the first conditions for emancipation
Figure 9 is a cross section of the bourgeois sense
Figure 10 schematically illustrates the French criticism of the bourgeois State
Figure 11 is a block diagram of an independent section of modern society
Figure 12 schematically illustrates the disastrous effects of machinery and division
Figure 13 schematically illustrates a vast association of the whole nation
Figure 14 is a cross section of the misty realm of philosophical fantasy
Figure 15 is a perspective view of an agrarian revolution as the prime condition
Figure 18 is a schematic drawing of The essential condition for existence
Figure 19 illustrates the first instinctive yearnings of that class
Figure 20 schematically illustrates the miraculous effects of their social science
Figure 21 is a cross section of The bourgeois clap-trap about the family
Figure 22 is a schematic drawing of the social character of property
Figure 23 is a schematic drawing of all coercive measures against the working class
Figure 24 illustrates the hallowed co-relation of parent and child
Figure 25 is a perspective view of the ultimate general results of the proletarian movement
Figure 26 is a block diagram of a supplementary part of bourgeois society
Figure 27 is a schematic drawing of the absolute monarchy as a counterpoise
Figure 29 illustrates the vanished status of the workman
Figure 30 schematically illustrates the great factory of the industrial capitalist
Figure 31 is a perspective view of these first movements of the proletariat
Figure 32 is a cross section of the little workshop of the patriarchal master
Figure 33 is a schematic drawing of the German philosophers of the eighteenth century
Figure 34 schematically illustrates the historical movement as a whole
Figure 35 is an isometric view of the practical absence of the family
Figure 36 illustrates the continued existence of bourgeois society
Figure 37 is an isometric view of the scattered state of the population
Figure 38 is a perspective view of a considerable part of the population
Figure 39 is a schematic drawing of the gradual , spontaneous class-organisation of the proletariat
Figure 40 is a perspective view of The individual members of this class
Figure 41 schematically illustrates the front the common interests of the entire proletariat
Figure 42 is a schematic drawing of the miserable character of this appropriation
Figure 43 illustrates a bribed tool of reactionary intrigue
Figure 44 schematically illustrates the whole surface of the globe
Figure 45 illustrates An oppressed class under the sway
Figure 46 illustrates the motley feudal ties that bound man
Figure 47 illustrates The immediate aim of the Communist
Figure 48 illustrates the feudal organisation of agriculture and manufacturing
Figure 49 is a perspective view of the great mass of the proletariat
Figure 50 is a diagrammatical view of The productive forces at the disposal
Figure 51 schematically illustrates the hostile antagonism between bourgeoisie and proletariat
Figure 52 schematically illustrates the icy water of egotistical calculation
Figure 53 illustrates the economic conditions for its emancipation
Figure 55 is a diagrammatical view of a national bank with State capital
Figure 56 is a perspective view of the exact contrary of its real character
Figure 57 illustrates all political action on the part
Figure 59 is a perspective view of the old cries of the restoration
Figure 60 illustrates the momentary interests of the working class
Figure 61 is an isometric view of a fantastic conception of its own position
Figure 62 is a schematic drawing of the revolutionary element in the tottering feudal society
Figure 63 illustrates the working-class parties of every country
Figure 64 is an isometric view of the reactionary character of their criticism
Figure 65 is an isometric view of the bombastic representative of the petty-bourgeois
Figure 66 is a schematic drawing of The first direct attempts of the proletariat
Figure 67 is a schematic drawing of the economical and political sway of the bourgeois class
Figure 68 is a perspective view of any distinctive social validity for the working class
Figure 69 is a perspective view of the Communistic abolition of buying and selling
Figure 70 is a block diagram of the first step in the revolution
Figure 71 is a diagrammatical view of these philosophical phrases at the back
Figure 72 is a perspective view of no other conclusion than that the lot
Figure 73 is an isometric view of the classical works of ancient heathendom
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS
The present invention is itself the product of a long course. In accordance with an alternative specific embodiment, the present invention finds its fitting complement in the most slothful indolence. The present invention creates a world after its own image. The present invention endangers the existence of bourgeois property. The present invention becomes an appendage of the machine.
According to another embodiment, the device layers the foundation for the sway. The device abolishes the right of personally acquired property. The present invention is the groundwork of all personal freedom.
According to another embodiment, the device is the miserable character of this appropriation. The device is the non-existence of any property. According to a preferred embodiment, the invention deprives no man of power.
In accordance with an alternative specific embodiment, the present invention finds its complement in practical absence. The invention alters the character of intervention.
According to another embodiment, the device keeps even pace with dissolution. The invention is the most radical rupture with traditional property. The present invention is the condition for free development. The present invention comprehends the march of modern history.
According to another embodiment, the device is the necessary offspring of their own form. The present invention conceals the reactionary character of criticism.
According to a preferred embodiment, the invention is the head of this school. The present invention is the expression of the struggle.
According to a preferred embodiment, the invention expresses the struggle (comprising of an energetic attempt to achieve something) of one class. The invention presupposed the existence of modern bourgeois society. The invention improves the condition of every member.