Wednesday, 15 December 2010


"I always arrive on time. even without trying. There is a kind of fatality about this, based on an unfailing internal accounting system.

Day and night, even when I am awakened unexpectedly, I always know what time it is. Obsessional? Of course.

But in our culture it is time itself that is neurotic. From the moment when 'two o'clock means two o'clock', there is no longer any normal solution to the problem of time.

Whether you arrive on time, early or late, nothing is psychologically normal any longer.

There is no longer any possibility of a free relation to time, except when it merges with space and speed."

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