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The individual aphorisms are not related to each other; some have a narrative character, others present images or parables.

He kafkka the aphorism printed first in Brod’s book: One lies the least when one lies as little as possible, not when one has less opportunity to lie. Apel sees here and in other aphorisms refined deconstructions of certainties “raffinierte Dekonstruktionen von Gewissheiten”.

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Two tasks for a life’s beginning: He points out, that right after evoking an artist on his way to truth, full of danger, Kafka turns to the small scale, even to humor. From the notes in these books Kafka extracted numbered pieces of text on “Zettel”, single pieces of paper in no given order. Don’t even wait, just remain still and alone. The shades of the departed preoccupy themselves primarily with licking the waters of the river of death because we are its source and it still carries the salt of our seas.

Kafka had decided not to do literary work there. The true way leads along a tightrope stretched not overhead but just above the ground. Everyone is very kind to A. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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German Wikisource has original apphorismen related to this article: Stay at your desk and listen. The Trial The Castle Amerika. But they rejoice, sing songs of gratitude and caress the offended stream. The more horses you harness for the task, the faster it will go – not the dislodging of the slab from its foundation, since that is impossible, but the tearing of the straps and the light, joyful ride.

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The crows believe that a single one of them can destroy heaven. The river recoils in disgust, reverses its course and carries the dead back into life. Evil is like a tool sometimes, which without protest lets you lay it aside, if you have the will to do so. Retrieved from ” https: It seems designed more to make one stumble than to be walked. Truth is indivisible and cannot recognize itself; only a lie can recognize the truth.

It is not necessary to go out of the house. The dogs are still playing in the yard, but the prey will not escape them no matter how swiftly it is already running through the forest. It seems meant to make you stumble rather than to be walked upon. The word sein in German means both, to be and to belong to him. Es scheint mehr bestimmt stolpern zu machen als begangen zu werden. In other projects Wikiquote. At a certain point the possibility of turning back no longer exists.

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Views Read Edit View history. He felt very comfortable there and later described his time there as perhaps the best in his life, probably because he had no responsibilities to work, parents and women.

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Die Jahre der Erkenntnis in German. Leopards break into the temple and empty the sacrificial chalices; this happens over and over until it can be predicted and becomes part of the ceremony. This page was last edited on 1 Decemberat This is the point to be reached. To comprehend the happy fact that the ground on which you stand cannot be any larger than kafak is covered by your two feet.

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This tells us nothing about heaven, however, because heaven means: The world will offer itself for you to uncover, it can’t help itself, ecstatic it will wreathe before you. Eine Biographie in German.

The aphorisms are strict reflections on metaphysical topics, dealing with good and evil, truth and falsehood, alienation and redemption, death and paradise.