The most significant problem with the writings of Bakunin, Koestler, and Thoreau is that they leave me feeling as though it's just too late.
Far, far too late.
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“The poet might answer that indeed he wants his poetry to be understandable and understood (that is why he writes it), but if what he says could be said in terms of ordinary language he would probably have done so in the first place.”
-- Herbert Marcuse
Risto Juola, 1975 to 2014
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