Guillermo de Angelis
“Life is made of small solitudes,” said Barthes. Interior seclusions, isolations, voluntary desertions that reconcile us with “experimenting with oneself, with our unique identity, our only alternative for all the combinations that inhabit us,” as Deleuze defined it. And what Katz called “positive solitude”.
This is my belligerent and, naturally, silent position.
Peter Pál Pelbart “Filosofía de la deserción. Nihilismo, locura y comunidad”.