Rollo May Quote

When inward life dries up, when feeling decreases and apathy increases, when one cannot affect or even genuinely touch another person, violence flares up as a daimonic necessity for contact, a mad drive forcing touch in the most direct way possible.


Ch. 1 : Introduction : Our Schizoid World, p. 31 - Love and Will (1969)

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When inward life dries up, when feeling decreases and apathy increases, when one cannot affect or even genuinely touch another person, violence...

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When inward life dries up, when feeling decreases and apathy increases, when one cannot affect or even genuinely touch another person, violence...

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When inward life dries up, when feeling decreases and apathy increases, when one cannot affect or even genuinely touch another person, violence...

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When inward life dries up, when feeling decreases and apathy increases, when one cannot affect or even genuinely touch another person, violence...