The Glass Cube, by Adrian Hart

The Glass Cube
by Adrian Hart
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Are you reading what look like fragmentary notes, diary entries or internal monologues with little relationship with one another, or do they amount to some kind of unified order, and perhaps even a coherent narrative? In a continuous and sometimes confused dialogue with himself the narrator meditates on art, language, love, loss, time, certainty, uncertainty, the absolute and the Dionysian. Since Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Friedrich Nietzsche, few philosophers have written about the relation between their personal lives and their own ideas, but even fewer have recorded their own day-to-day thoughts and feelings as they came to them.

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