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2009-04-05

logos in bagarmossen

- Now please pay attention. When the big hand's on 3...

After appealing to emotions by pathos - logos is the third and final pillar of rhetoric. Whatever the issue, here in Bagarmossen ("Baker's Bog") subway station or elsewhere - logos means constructing an argument by logical reasoning.

Bagarmossen (map) 9 March 2009 | others bloggar

12 comments:

Reparto corse n. 6 said...

ciao from italy. thanx
anthony

Lena Johansson said...

En hel filosofilektion har vi fått.
Text och bild här är som " ett plus ett är mer än två".
Inte logiskt,men sant :-)

Per Stromsjo said...

Bagarmossen is unique among Stockholm's 100 subway stations. It's the only station which has been moved. Until 1994, a station with the very same name was situated above ground. How's that for some Sunday Subway Trivia...?

Reparto corse n. 6: Ciao from Stockholm. I noticed that we have a favourite book in common, The Martian Cronicles .

Lena Johansson: Logik är knepigt, i synnerhet på söndagmorgnar! ;)

Thanks! Enjoy what's left of your weekend.

Jacob said...

She's telling the boy:

"See the time? I'll meet you back here in six hours. Don't be late. Behave in school. Eat your lunch. Stay away from rowdy girls. Remember your mama loves you."

Julie said...

Not taken during rush hour, I see.

Peter Fristedt said...

@Jacob: :o)

Jacob said...

Sorry Peter...I don't know what :o) means...

I'm an idiot?

Per Stromsjo said...

We should show more of the station itself, one of these days. Our two heroes sort of stole the scene here...

Jacob: A brilliant interpretation! There's just one catch...

Julie: That is correct and the clock you see is implying a "PM" context. However, I'd say this kind of shot could be taken here at rush hour a well. In suburbia , most people travel in the same direction and moments after a train has left the platform might in fact be this empty. For a few seconds.

Peter Fristedt: Maybe we should outsource our writing of captions?

Jacob: We often include a smiley. It's yet another lingo although quite powerful. Thanks for reminding us that it's not a universal language.

Everyone, enjoy your upcoming week and do stop by for a drip of our Water Week beginning a few hours from now.

Leora said...

We are trying to teach my daughter how to read the digital clocks. She reads them backwards. My husband understands her. (she's 6)

Great shot. Thanks for a view of your world.

Peter Fristedt said...

@Jacob: Maybe you are the only one sane? :o) was just a quick way of saying I thought you were funny!

Jacob said...

Thanks. I was afraid I'd really goofed up and you thought I was a dummy!

You see, you wouldn't be the first. There was this girl...oh, never mind. I better not go into that here.

Per Stromsjo said...

The thematic distance from the subway environment to water (as in water week ) is not as long as one might think. Do stop by tomorrow morning and we'll tell you why...

Leora: Good to get some more insight into the global clock reading issue. I do hope she can practice on a 24-hour digital clock. Those 12-hour models AM/PM/whatever still have me confused and I'm supposed to be a grownup.

Again, thanks all!

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