“[He finds in himself the enjoyment of the senses, but as] lost, as he willed it, and condemned by the inner contradictions of a perverted will.” – MAURICE BLONDEL, in 1893, on the death drive as the human condition of being torn between willing/desire and not being able to give up on desire and thus reach the drive as a less destructive form of death drive http://alterities.tumblr.com/post/116200528108/he-finds-in-himself-the-enjoyment-of-the-senses

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