Friday, October 20, 2006

On the lam

E.M. Cioran, in an attempt to characterize our own existential unhappiness writes about the 'holy sleep of objects', a state negated to us, consumed by consciousness. Will objects still be peaceful if and when they acquire an 'I'? Will they still be objects? Will they have instinctual urges and existential voids? Will they have to resort to the invention of religions?
Anthony Aziz & Sammy Cucher, Trajekte Nr.4, 2002, p.12.


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