There is something pagan in me that I cannot shake off. In short, I deny nothing, but doubt everything.
Lord Byron (via drakontomalloi)
We should try to find out why we refuse to get cured of our loneliness.
Louis-Ferdinand Céline; from Journey to the End of the Night (via peaceandjoyce)
In reaching out to explore the distant hills where the gods dwell and the deeps where the monsters are lurking, we are perhaps discovering the way home.
Few other topics of philosophical debate exert such an immediate grip on people with little or no interest in the problems of philosophy as the claim of nihilism in its most ‘naive’ acceptation: existence is worthless.
Nihil Unbound: Naturalism and Anti-Phenomenological Realism
So that I may perceive whatever holds
The world together in its inmost folds.
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