"Leisure has been, and always will be, the first foundation of any culture.... in our bourgeois Western world total labor has vanquished leisure. Unless we regain the art of silence and insight, the ability for nonactivity, unless we substitute true leisure for our hectic amusements, we will destroy our culture -- and ourselves." (Josef Pieper)
If you, my reader, just want to get the main points in all the stuff I have written here, and you are willing to put in the mental and emotional effort to extrapolate the world from a few quotes from persons whose writings have meant something to myself (BMcC[18-11-46-503]), here you go:
• Quote from Edmund Husserl about good persons living in dark times (136 words).
• Quote from Melaine Klein about the problem and the solution (87 words).
• Quote from Claude Levi-Strauss about grit and grace (323 words).
Σ 546 words. (The present webpage: 190 words.)
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