The landscape without qualities consists of qualities without a landscape

“. . . and so he more or less had to believe that the personal qualities he had gained in this way belonged more to each other than to him, indeed that every one of them, when he examined it closely, was no more intimately bound up with him than with other people who might also happen to possess it.”

—Robert Musil, Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften



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