Sunday, 21 May 2000

From "The Movement of the Free Spirit"

By Raoul Vaneigem.

The more we seemed locked into the mechanical gestures imposed on us since childhood, the more we became convinced of some indescribable, barely fathomable, luxuriance that can only be called life -- to distinguish it from survival, its economic, and economized form [...] It is clear, too, that life usually ends precisely because it has never begun (which most people only recognise in their last moments) [...]

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