I Burned You a CD {Part Two}: A Psychopompous Samhain by M. Perle

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Nietzsche Never Went Mad, He Walked Off Like Cassady by Paul Michael Whitfield

Image of German humor magazine Fliegende Blätter’s 1892 “Rabbit and Duck” 1. Madness, of course, is multifarious. It’s August. I value August. I like beginnings, for example, and August begins de dicto with the first letter of what we name the alphabet and de re the season of the harvest of endings for beginnings—autumn, itself de dicto so too. August is prudence and eo ipso sanity. It is power, with which madness is often inversely related. August has been power for some time, in the West. Pax Romana, two centuries of relative peace in Rome, was inaugurated by the ruler … Continue reading Nietzsche Never Went Mad, He Walked Off Like Cassady by Paul Michael Whitfield