The human being taken in his profound re...

The human being taken in his profound reality as well as in his great tension of becoming is a divided being, a being which divides again, having permitted himself the illusion of unity for barely an instant. He divides and then reunites.

Author: Gaston Bachelard

becoming illusion unity tension divided taken instant reality divides profound


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