Karl Jaspers Quote

It is questionable whether there does not exist in man an obscure and blind will to make war; an impulse towards change, towards emergence from the familiarities of everyday life and from the stabilities of well-known conditions — something like a will to death as a will to annihilation and self-sacrifice, a vague enthusiasm for the upbuilding of a new world.


Man in the Modern Age (1933)

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It is questionable whether there does not exist in man an obscure and blind will to make war; an impulse towards change, towards emergence from the...