„For Jung, the 'psychic world' (i. e. the world of the mind) was an independent reality, and it was possible to travel there and make the acquaintance of its inhabitants.“

Quelle: Rudolf Steiner: The Man and His Vision (1985), p. 164

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Colin Wilson
englischer Schriftsteller 1931 - 2013

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„The world is a country which nobody ever yet knew by description; one must travel through it one's self to be acquainted with it.“

—  Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield British statesman and man of letters 1694 - 1773

2 October 1747
Letters to His Son on the Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman (1774)

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„The role of art is to make a world which can be inhabited.“

—  William Saroyan American writer 1908 - 1981

As quoted at a Broadway memorial tribute to Saroyan, reported in The New York Times (31 October 1983)

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„The notions about the benefits of transgression in my last three novels are not ones I want to see fulfilled. Rather, they are extreme possibilities that may be forced into reality by the suffocating pressures of the conformist world we inhabit.“

—  J. G. Ballard British writer 1930 - 2009

As quoted in "Age of unreason" by Jeannette Baxter in The Guardian (22 June 2004) http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2004/jun/22/sciencefictionfantasyandhorror.jgballard
Kontext: The notions about the benefits of transgression in my last three novels are not ones I want to see fulfilled. Rather, they are extreme possibilities that may be forced into reality by the suffocating pressures of the conformist world we inhabit. Boredom and a deadening sense of total pointlessness seem to drive a lot of meaningless crimes, from the Hungerford and Columbine shootings to the Dando murder, and there have been dozens of similar crimes in the US and elsewhere over the past 30 years.
These meaningless crimes are much more difficult to explain than the 9/11 attacks, and say far more about the troubled state of the western psyche. My novels offer an extreme hypothesis which future events may disprove — or confirm. They're in the nature of long-range weather forecasts.

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„A city becomes a world when one loves one of its inhabitants.“

—  Lawrence Durrell, buch Justine

Quelle: The Alexandria Quartet (1957–1960), Justine (1957)

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„All this world, all this rich, endless flow of appearances is not a deception, a multicolored phantasmagoria of our mirroring mind. Nor is it absolute reality which lives and evolves freely, independent of our mind's power.“

—  Nikos Kazantzakis, buch The Saviors of God

The Saviors of God (1923)
Kontext: All this world, all this rich, endless flow of appearances is not a deception, a multicolored phantasmagoria of our mirroring mind. Nor is it absolute reality which lives and evolves freely, independent of our mind's power.
It is not the resplendent robe which arrays the mystic body of God. Nor the obscurely translucent partition between man and mystery.
All this world that we see, hear, and touch is that accessible to the human senses, a condensation of the two enormous powers of the Universe permeated with all of God.

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„Art is not simply an identity of illusion and reality, but a counter-illusion: its world is a material world, but the material of an intelligible spiritual world.“

—  Northrop Frye Canadian literary critic and literary theorist 1912 - 1991

1:73
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„I define Inner Space as an imaginary realm in which on the one hand the outer world of reality, and on the other the inner world of the mind meet and merge.“

—  J. G. Ballard British writer 1930 - 2009

As quoted in ‘Interview with J. G. Ballard’, Munich Round Up, 100 (1968), with translation by Dan O’Hara http://www.ballardian.com/munich-round-up-interview-with-jg-ballard
Kontext: I define Inner Space as an imaginary realm in which on the one hand the outer world of reality, and on the other the inner world of the mind meet and merge. Now, in the landscapes of the surrealist painters, for example, one sees the regions of Inner Space; and increasingly I believe that we will encounter in film and literature scenes which are neither solely realistic nor fantastic. In a sense, it will be a movement in the interzone between both spheres.

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„This is a film that really inhabits the proper world of James Bond. I mean, James Bond lives in a world that is violent and dangerous.“

—  Timothy Dalton British actor of stage, film and television 1944

On The Living Daylights, reported in Edward Gross, His Name was Bond, James Bond: Timothy Dalton on the World of 007 http://web.archive.org/20000304095759/www.geocities.com/Hollywood/Film/7518/Bond_Eng/Bond_Eng.htm.

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