“You, Mr Wells, evidently start out with the assumption that all men are good. I, however, do not forget that there are many wicked men. I do not believe in the goodness of the...”
“Nothing in this world was more difficult than Love.”
“Western communication has what linguists call a “transmitter orientation”—that is, it is considered the responsibility of the speaker to communicate ideas clearly and...”
“With Dionysos, the music changes. At the heart itself of life on this earth, alterity is a sudden intrusion of that which alienates us from daily existence, from the normal course...”
“Rudimentary organs may be compared with the letters in a word still retained in the spelling but become useless in pronunciation, but which serve as a clue in seeking for its...”
“What is man? A transition, a direction, a storm sweeping over our planet, a recurrence or a vexation for the gods? We do not know.”
— Martin Heidegger, The Fundamental Concepts of...