Tuesday, April 11, 2006


Jack Katz:

"Like the promise of an erotic drive, rage moves towards the experience of time suspended; it blows up the present moment so the situation becomes a portentous, potentially an endless present, possibly the occasion for a destruction that will become an eternally significant creativity. This is the spiritual beauty of rage."

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