The mouth of the Columbia from Saddle Mountain
Gustav Klimt, Philosophy
"We need to free ourselves of the sacralisation of the social as the only instance of the real and stop regarding that essential element in human life and human relations—I mean thought—as so much wind. Thought does exist, both beyond and before systems and edifices of discourse. It is something that is often hidden but always drives everyday behaviours. There is always a little thought occurring even in the most stupid institutions; there is always thought in silent habits."
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