Karl Jaspers Quote

Imminent seems the collapse of that which for millennium has constituted man's universe. The new world which has arisen as an apparatus for supply of the necessaries of life compels everything and everyone to serve it. It annihilates whatever it has no place for person seems to be going undergoing absorption into that which is nothing more than a means to an end, into that which is devoid of purpose of significance.


Man in the Modern Age (1933)

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Imminent seems the collapse of that which for millennium has constituted man's universe. The new world which has arisen as an apparatus for supply of ...

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Imminent seems the collapse of that which for millennium has constituted man's universe. The new world which has arisen as an apparatus for supply of ...

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Imminent seems the collapse of that which for millennium has constituted man's universe. The new world which has arisen as an apparatus for supply of ...

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Imminent seems the collapse of that which for millennium has constituted man's universe. The new world which has arisen as an apparatus for supply of ...