Karma and Effect: Mere Psychotherapy, Part 7

"Alienation gives rise to the pure possibility of being, a place where one might expect to find a subject, but which nevertheless remains empty. Alienation engenders, in a sense, a place in which it is clear that there is, as of yet, no subject; a place where something is conspicuously lacking."

Karma and Effect: Mere Psychotherapy, Part 7
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