A complainer is a claimant without a cause.
When we are ready to recognize that such coincidences are meaningful, we will be reconciled with our conditions of contingency.
The boredom that many liberal democracies feel for electoral politics is worrisome. Things look better in civil society, where the passion for modern politics has always been.
The dream world reveals the intelligibility of waking life.
The point of dialectics is to move beyond the contradictions at which ratiocination is compelled to stop.
The more things change, the more change stays the same.
A wanker’s work is never done.