Carlo Michelstaedter: Persuasion and Rhetoric

16 October 2019

Life would be if time did not constantly distance its being into the next instant. Life would be one, immobile, formless if it could consist in one point. The necessity of flight in time implies the necessity of the dilatation of space: perpetual mutation, from which comes the infinite variety of things. The yearning to live assumes every form reaching for life.

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