'Civilisation, in a general way, constitutes a milieu favourable to the development of madness.'
foucault | madness and civilisation | society

' Through work, man returns to the order of God's commandments; he submits his liberty to laws that are those of both morality and reality (...) all
exercises of his imagination must be excluded'
foucault | madness and civilisation | volition | work

'Today I feel no wish to demonstrate that sanity is impossible. On the contrary, though I remain no less certain than in the past that sanity is a rather rare phenomenon, I am convinced that it can be achieved and would like to see more of it.'
huxley | brave new world


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