We Await Silent Tristero's Empire
Suddenly, no, at last--


→ Jan 2013 "When man deploys the arbitrary nature of his madness, he confronts the dark necessity of the world; the animal that haunts his nightmares and his nights of privation is his own nature, which will lay bare hell’s pitiless truth; the vain images of blind idiocy—such are the world’s Magna Scientia; and already, in this disorder, in this mad universe, is prefigured what will be the cruelty of the finale." — Michel Foucault - from Madness and Civilization 
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